Syncopated Metronome Playlist for Sunday, July 29, 2001
Hosted by Mike Lambert


 

Format:  Artist-Song-Album-Label

LOUIS ARMSTRONG CENTINNIAL:

Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five—West End Blues—1928—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man (1923-34)—Columbia
Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five—Skid-Dat-De-Dat—1926—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man (1923-34)—Columbia
Bessie Smith with Louis Armstrong—1925—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man (1923-34)—Columbia
Johnny Dodd’s Black Bottom Stompers—Wild Man Blues—1927—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man (1923-34)—Columbia
Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five—Struttin’ With Some Barbecue—1927—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man (1923-34)—Columbia
Louis Armstrong and Earl Hines—Weather Bird—1928—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man (1923-34)—Columbia
Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five—Muggles—1928—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man (1923-34)—Columbia
Louis Armstrong and his Orch—Knockin’ A Jug—1929—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man (1923-34)—Columbia
Louis Armstrong and his Orch—I Can’t Give You Anything But Love—1929—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man (1923-34)—Columbia
Louis Armstrong and his Orch—Ain’t’ Misbehavin’—1929—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man (1923-34)—Columbia
Louis Armstrong and his Orch—(What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue—1929—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man (1923-34)—Columbia
Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five—West End Blues—1928—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man (1923-34)—Columbia
MEMORIAL TRIBUTE TO THE LATE MILT GABLER:

Billie Holiday—Strange Fruit—1939—The Commodore Story—Commodore
Chu Berry and his Jazz Ensemble—Gee Baby Ain’t I Good To You—1941—Commodore Jazz Sampler: Classics In Swing—Commodore
Billie Holiday—Fine And Mellow—1938—Lady Day (1938-44)—Commodore
Lester Young and the Kansas City Six—Four O’Clock Drag—1944—The "Kansas City" Sessions—Commodore
Chu Berry/Roy Eldridge—Body And Soul—1938—Commodore Jazz Sampler: Classics In Swing—Commodore
Edmond Hal Sextet—Cocquette—1943—Edmond Hall 1937-1944—Classics (France)
Jonah Jones and his Orch—You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me—1945—Swing Street Showcase—Commodore
Billie Holiday—I’ll Get By—1944—Lady Day (1938-44)—Commodore
A Jam Session At Commodore—A Good Man Is Hard To Find, pt. 1—The Commodore Story—Commodore
Billie Holiday—Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be)—1944—Lady Day (1938-44)—Commodore
 

TRIBUTE TO CHARLIE CHRISTIAN, BORN JULY 29, 1916:

Benny Goodman Sextet—Stardust—1939—Sextet 1939-41—Columbia
Benny Goodman Sextet—Benny’s Bugle—1940—Good Enough To Keep: From Swing To Bop—Trumpets Of Jericho (Germany)
Charlie Christian/Lester Young—Ad-Lib Blues—1940—Together 1940—Jazz Archives LP
Benny Goodman Sextet—I Found A New Baby—1941—Good Enough To Keep: From Swing To Bop—Trumpets Of Jericho (Germany)
Charlie Christian/Lester Young—Wholly Cats—1940—Together 1940—Jazz Archives LP
Edmond Hall Celeste Quartet—Profoundly Blue—1941—Edmond Hall 1939-1944—Classics (France)
Charlie Christian, etc.—Waiting For Benny—1941—The Genius Of The Electric Guitar—Columbia
Benny Goodman/Charlie Christian—Air Mail Special—1941—Benny Goodman—Columbia LP
Benny Goodman Orch—Solo Flight—1941—Good Enough To Keep: From Swing To Bop—Trumpets Of Jericho (Germany)
Charlie Christian with Joe Guy and Thelonious Monk—Stompin’ At The Savoy—1941-- Charlie Christian With Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonious Monk—Up Front LP
 
 

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