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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, July 24, 2016 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grappelli Djangology The Indispensible Django Reinhardt Jazz Tribune
Nat King Cole Trio I Was a Little Too Lonely The Complete After Midnight Sessions Essential Jazz Classics
Ella Fitzgerald Flying Home The Very Best of Ella Fitzgerald
Billy Eckstine and His Orchestra I Love the Rhythm in a Riff 1944-1945 Melodie Jazz Classic
Johnny Hodges Orchestra Squatty Roo The Indispensible Duke Ellington and the Small Groups RCA
Duke Ellington Orchestra Perdido The Blanton-Webster Band RCA
Gene Krupa Orchestra Ball of Fire Uptown Sony feat. Roy Eldridge
Artie Shaw's Gramercy Five Little Jazz Begin the Beguine Membran feat. Roy Eldridge
Les Brown and his Band of Renown Flip Lip The Uncollected Hindsight
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra The Song of the Volga Boatmen The Glenn Miller Story
Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra No Regrets Lady Day Sony rec. 1936 this session included Artie Shaw, Bunny Berigan, Dick McDonough, Pete Peterson & Cozy Cole. "Summertime" was recorded on the same day
Duke Ellington Orchestra v/ Ivie Anderson When My Sugar Walks Down the Street All God's Chillun ... Ivie & Duke Vol. 2
Fletcher Henderson Orchestra Down South Camp Meeting Big Band Jazz Vol. 1 rec. 1934
Benny Goodman Orchestra Let's Dance/Hunkadola "Let's Dance" Broadcasts Circle rec. 1935 this was the radio program that made Goodman famous
Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra Toby Big Ben Proper UK
Ted Weems & His Orchestra Chick, Chick, Chicken (Lay a Little Egg for Me) The Essential Ted Weems 1923-1930 Challenge
Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five West End Blues Satchmo: Ambassador Verve rec 1928, feat. Earl Hines
Paul Whiteman Orchestra v/ The Delta Rhythm Boys (feat. Bing Crosby) Mary (What Are You Waiting For?) Bing Crosby: 1926-1932 Timeless Holland
Ed Lang & His Orchestra v/ Mildred Bailey What Kind of Man Is You? Hoagy Carmichael: First of the Singer Songwriters Proper UK
Bunny Berigan & His Blue Boys You Took Advantage of Me The Key Sessions Proper UK
Billie Holiday o/ Teddy Wilson Sugar Lady Day Sony
Fats Waller & His Rhythm I'll Never Smile Again Last Years 1940-43 RCA
Slim Gaillard Quartette Drei Six Cent Laughing in Rhythm Proper UK
Mills Blue Rhythm Band Let's Have a Jubilee 1933-1936 Retreival Records
Freddie Jenkins' Harlem Seven I Can't Dance (I Got Ants in My Pants) Sounds of Harlem Vol. 1 Hep
Jan Garber At Sundown At Sundown
Duke Ellington Orchestra v/ Ivie Anderson The Five O'Clock Whistle The Blanton-Webster Band RCA
Teddy Hill & His Orchestra (Lookie Lookie Lookie) Here Comes Cookie Roy Eldridge Little Jazz
Jack Teagarden I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues Father of Jazz Trombone great request!
Clarence Williams & His Orchestra On the Sunny Side of the Street Classic James P. Johnson Sessions Mosaic
Benny Goodman Orchestra Don't Be That Way Let's Dance Bluebird great request!
Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra Robin Hood Swing Tonic Jasmine
Red Nichols & His Orchestra v/ The Three Songies They All Laughed The Golden Age of American Dance Bands Jasmine
Milton Brown and his Musical Brownies When I Take My Sugar to Tea Father of Western Swing Proper UK
Chester Leighton & His Sophomores On the Beach With You The Key Sessions Proper UK rec. 1931
Ted Weems Orchestra feat. Perry Como Picture Me Without You Class Will Tell Jasmine