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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, January 23, 2011 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Le Quintette du Hot Club de France Djangology Django Reinhardt: The Classic Early Recordings in Chronological Order JSP happy birthday Django!
Eddie Lang and Joe Venuti Doing Things 78" Okeh 1927 Eddie Lang called "father of jazz guitar"
Eddie Lang and His Orchestra v/ Mildred Bailey What Kind of Man is You? Hoagy Carmichael: First of the Singer Songwriters JSP 1929
Tram, Bix & Lang (Eddie Lang, Bix Beiderbecke and Frank Trumbauer) Wringin' and Twistin' Bix Beiderbecke Singin' the Blues Columbia Sept 1927, 78" on Okeh
Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra Knockin' a Jug Hot Fives and Sevens JSP Mar 1929
Bing Crosby w/ Eddie Lang Dinah/Please The Big Broadcast of 1932 MCA/Universal Bing and Lang were close friends
Lonnie Johnson & Blind Willie Dunn Guitar Blues 78" Okeh Lang recorded blues using the name Blind WIllie Dunn
Sidney Bechet Quintet Summertime 78" Blue Note 1939, feat. Teddy Bunn on guitar
Le Quintette du Hot Club de France Swing '39 Django Reinhardt: The Classic Early Recordings in Chronological Order JSP my favorite Django composition
Le Quintette du Hot Club de France Swing Guitars The Indispensible Django Reinhardt RCA 1936
Le Quintette du Hot Club de France Nuages The Indispensible Django Reinhardt RCA recorded w/o Grappelli during WWII
Fud Candrix et son Orchestre feat. Django Reinhardt Belleville Swing Tanzen Verboten Proper UK rec. 1943 in occupied Paris
Les Paul Trio Command Performance Command Performance otr-cat.com 1945 radio program for servicemen
Bing Crosby w/ Les Paul Trio It's Been a Long, Long Time Bing! His Legendary Years MCA Bing gave Les the equipment which allowed him to develop multi-track recordings
Les Paul Trio How High the Moon Bing Crosby Radio Show otr-cat.com Bing and Les were close friends for many years
Les Paul Trio Brazil Les Paul Show otr-cat.com legendary 1950 radio program
Les Paul and Mary Ford Down in Jungle Town The World is Waiting for the Sunrise Delta also from the radio show, used multi-track recording to multiply Les guitar & Mary's voice
Benny Goodman Sextet Good Enough to Keep (Air Mail Special) Charlie Christian the Original Guitar Hero Sony rec. 1940
Benny Goodman Sextet Solo Flight The Benny Goodman Sextet Featuring Charlie Christian Columbia 1941, Christian often had only a few bars to solo on Goodman recordings, this one track was his opportunity to really shine
Benny Goodman Sextet Seven Come Eleven Charlie Christian the Original Guitar Hero Sony rec. 1939
Charlie Christian Up on Teddy's Hill After Hours OJC seminal 1941 recording at Minton's Playhouse is considered one of the forerunners of bebop, Thelonious Monk on piano & Joe Guy on trumpet
Charlie Barnet Skyliner Hits of '44 ASV Living Era 1944, feat. Barney Kessel guitar
Oscar Aleman Russian Lullaby Swing Guitar Masterpieces JSP Aleman spent time in Paris and was friends with Django Reinhardt
Ella Fitzgerald w/ Oscar Peterson Trio These Foolish Things Verve Jazz Masters Verve rec. 1957, Herb Ellis on guitar
King Cole Trio It's Better To Be By Yourself Complete Capitol Recordings Mosaic rec 1945, Nat King Cole and Oscar Moore were one of the great jazz partnerships
Oscar Moore Quartet Blues in B Flat The Oscar Moore Quartet with Carl Perkins VSOP rec 1954
Count Basie Orchestra v/ Joe Williams The Comeback Count Basie Swings, Joe Williams Sings Polygram 1955 w/ Freddie Green on guitar
Wes Montgomery Four on Six TV appearance orig. from 1965 album THe Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery
Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd One Note Samba Jazz Samba Polygram 1962 first bossa nova album in US, only album ever to be billboard #1 in jazz, pop and rock at the same time
Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto Desafinado Getz-Gilberto Verve 1964
Johnny Mathis w/ Al Caiola & Tony Mottola My Funny Valentine Open Fire, Two Guitars SBME Special Markets 1959 Tony Mottola often worked w/ Sinatra, Caiola worked with everybody
Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass Don't Be That Way Take Love Easy Pablo 1974
Le Quintette du Hot Club de France After You've Gone The Indispensible Django Reinhardt RCA 1936
Sammy Davis Jr. Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye Sammy Davis Sings Laurindo Almeida Plays Collector's Choice thank you guitar heroes!!