"Things Ain't What They Used To Be"
Jazz with your hosts Alan Mertens and Eddie Hudson
 Thursdays 9:30 PM to Midnight Streaming Live on KUSP Santa Cruz, CA
April 9, 2009
Host: Eddie Hudson
  With Host – Eddie Hudson and Guest – Red Malone (excerpts of this program from a broadcast on 3/25/89 on KSCO AM 1080 with Red Malone and an interview with Les Brown during his Bands performance at the Cocoanut Grove exactly 20 years ago 4/9/89)

(SONG – ARTIST – ALBUM – LABEL)
South Rampart Street Parade – Al Bethel’s New Orleans Six –featuring Red Malone, Drums – Riverboat’s A-Comin’- recorded August 1966 Riverboat Room, Penn Sheraton Hotel, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Available by request from Red Sundays at Bocci’s Cellar

South – (same CD as above)

When The Saints Go Marching In – (same CD as above)

In A Sentimental Mood – Bill Holman Big Band – Album and Label unknown

King Porter Stomp – Patrick Williams Band – Album and Label unknown

Girl Talk – (same CD as above)

One O’Clock Jump – Count Basie – SWING TIME –The Fabulous Big Band Era 1925-1955 – Columbia/Legacy

Up A Lazy River – Si Zentner – Si Zentner and His Orchestra Alive in Las Vegas – Klavier Records

Basin Street Blues – Bob Wills – Legends of Country Music Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys – Columbia/Legacy

Fascinatin’ Rhythm – Jack Sperling – Pete Fountain Presents Jack Sperling and His Fascinatin’ Rhythm –

Unknown Tune – Jack Sperling – (same CD as above)

Fever – Peggy Lee – Miss Peggy Lee – Capitol

Osage Stomp – Bob Wills – Legends of Country Music Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys – Columbia/Legacy

Get With It – Bob Wills – (same CD as above)

Bye Bye Blues – Si Zentner – (same CD as #8)

Leap Frog (theme) – Les Brown Band – Les Brown Jr. Presents LES BROWN and his band of renown – Palladium Concert 1953 – Group 7 Music

Montoona Clipper – Les Brown Band – (same CD as above)

Street of Dreams – Les Brown Band – (same CD as above)

Nagasaki – Les Brown Band – Butch Stone (vocal) – (same CD as above)

Long Ago and Far Away – Les Brown Band – Doris Day (vocal) –Les Brown “LIVE” from The Café Rouge – Legend Records – LP – Giants of Jazz

Honeysuckle Rose – Ella Fitzgerald and Count Basie – A Perfect Match – Ella and Basie – Pablo Today – Sony Systems Digital Recording – LP

Night and Day – Duke Ellington – Duke Ellington Indigos – Columbia Jazz Masterpieces – LP

Prelude To A Kiss – Duke Ellington – (same LP as above)

Blow Top Blues - Dinah Washington – The Original Decca Recordings – The Legendary Big Band Singers – Decca Jazz

Hey! Ba-Ba-Re-Bop – Lionel Hampton – ( same CD as above)

After You’ve Gone - Al Bethel’s New Orleans Six – (same CD as #1 selection)

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