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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, February 15, 2015 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans? Satchmo: Ambassador of Jazz Verve Laissez les bon temps rouler
Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom Stompers New Orleans Stomp Definitive Dodds: 1926 - 1927 Retrieval Records
Jelly Roll Morton and the Red hot Peppers Doctor Jazz An Introduction to Jelly Roll Morton Best of Jazz
King Oliver New Orleans Shout New York Sessions 1929-1930 RCA
Sidney Bechet Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho You Might as Well Jazz 2 Jazz
Henry Red Allen Truckin' Rug Cutter Swing inst.
Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra Star Dust Satchmo: Ambassador of Jazz Verve
Jimmy Rushing New Orleans Hoagy Carmichael: First of the Singer Songwriters Proper UK neither Rushing nor Carmichael were from New Orleans
Louis Prima and his New Orleans Gang The Lady in Red Charming Gents of Stage and Screen ASV Living Era Prima and Sam Butera were from New Orleans
Barney Bigard & His Orchestra Mardi Gras Madness Duke Ellington 100 Rare SessionS Master Classics
Solomon Douglas Quintet New Orleans Bump Ain't No School LIke the Old School inst.
Mint Julep Jazz Band Darktown Strutter's Ball Durham on Saturday Night Mint Julep performing live at Carrboro Century Center Sat. Feb 21 @ 8 pm
Benny Goodman and His Orchestra Lullaby in Rhythm The Centennial Collection
Artie Shaw v/ Helen Forrest Comes Love Begin the Beguine Membran
Tommy Dorsey Song of India Big Band Legends
Mario 'Harp' Lorenzi & His Rhythmics Some of These Days Anthology of British Vintage Jazz Vol. 2 Ihor Records
Django Reinhardt I've Found a New Baby The Classic Early Recordings in Chronological Order JSP rec. 1935
Coleman Hawkins Way Down Yonder in New Orleans The Essential Sides Remastered inst.
Count Basie Orchestra Topsy Complete Decca Recordings RCA Great request! Always love to play Basie
Count Basie Orchestra v/ Joe Williams The Late Late Show The Complete Atomic Basie Blue Note he's so nice I had to play him twice
Mel Torme Sunday in New York Bachelor in Paradise: Cocktail Classics from MGM Films great request for Sunday songs!
Ella Fitzgerald Sunday Kind of Love The Legendary Decca Recordings: Ella and the Arrangers Polygram
Nat King Cole That Sunday, That Summer The World of Nat King Cole Capitol
Frank Sinatra Sunday Songs for Young Lovers & Swing Easy Capitol
Duke Ellington My Sunday Gal The Indispensible Duke Ellington inst.
Tallulah Bankhead & Jack Carson Baby, It's Cold Outside Give My Regards to Broadway! AEI
George Formby Oh Don't the Wind Blow Cold The Ultimate Collection
Fats Waller Winter Weather The Complete REcorded Works Vol 5 JSP
Billie Holiday I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm Lady Day Sony
Julia Lee Out in the Cold Again 1927-1946 Classics
Blind Willie Johnson Dark Was the Night (Cold Was the Ground) The Great Depression (American Music in the '30s) Sony
Duke Ellington Dreamy Blues (Mood Indigo) Mood Indigo inst. I was going to talk over this but it's such a great piece I just can't do it
The Ames Brothers Winter's Here Again Merry Christmas From the Ames Brothers Coral
Muggsy Spanier Chicago Anthology of Big Band Swing great request!
Artie Shaw v/ Tony Pastor When Winter Comes Begin the Beguine Membran
Machito & His Afro-Cubans Carambola Carambola Tumbao introduced by Symphony Sid
Nat King Cole Come to the Mardi Gras A Mis Amigos Capitol
Nat King Cole Takin a Chance on Love The Piano Style of Nat King Cole Capitol inst.
Louis Armstrong & Billie Holiday Farewell to Storyville Potato Head Blues Holiday & Armstrong perform this live in the movie "New Orleans"