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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

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Sunday, September 27, 2020 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Benny Goodman Trio Who? Live at the Madhattan Room 9 November 1937 otr-cat.com radio transcription
Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grappelli Jeepers Creepers The Classic Early Recordings in Chronological Order JSP
Slim & Slam Tutti Frutti Laughing in Rhythm Proper UK
Nat King Cole Trio If You Don't Like My Apples Complete Capitol Recordings of the King Cole Trio Mosaic
Les Paul Trio Dream Dust The Les Paul Trio's Complete Decca Recordings Plus (1936-1947) MCA
Jelly Roll Morton Buddy Bolden's Blues Last Sessions: The Complete General Recordings GRP
Earl Hines Orchestra v/ Billy Eckstine Stormy Monday Blues Classic Earl Hines Sessions (1928-1945) Mosaic
Jelly Roll Morton Chicago Breakdown Jazz Greats Vol. 17 rec 1925
Ben Bernie & His Orchestra Doodle Doo Doo Sweet Georgia Brown and Other Hot Numbers Retrieval Records rec. 1924
Ace Brigode & His Fourteen Virginians Yes Sir, That's My Baby! Charleston Era: The Definitive Album ASV Living Era rec. 1925
Jack Hylton & His Orchestra I Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight? Great Songs of the 1920's re.c 1925
Bing Crosby & the Delta Rhythm Boys Mary (What Are You Waiting For?) Bing Crosby: 1926-1932 Timeless Holland rec. 1926
Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five Muskrat Ramble Hot Fives & Sevens JSP rec. 1926
Johnny Hodges & His Orchestra Used to be Duke Used to be Duke Verve Reissues
Cuarteto D'Aida Las mulatas del cha-cha-cha Cuarteto D'Aida RCA
Benny Goodman Quartet Everything I've Got Belongs to You Complete Capitol Small Group Recordings Mosaic
Frank Sinatra (Love Is) The Tender Trap The Complete Capitol Singles Colletion Capitol
Lena Horne Just One Of Those Things From This Moment On - The Songs of Cole Porter
Wes Montgomery Brazil In The Beginning (The Early Recordings 1949-1958) Resonance Records
Benny Goodman Orchestra v/ Mildred Bailey I Didn't Know What Time it Was Camel Caravan 4 November 1939 otr-cat.com radio transcription
Benny Goodman Orchestra v/ Mildred Bailey Bolero Camel Caravan 4 November 1939 otr-cat.com radio transcription
Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra Mary Had a Little Lamb Roy Eldridge: Little Jazz Proper UK
Chick Webb I Got Rhythm Stomping at the Savoy Proper UK
Bob Chester Orchestra Dark Eyes Chester's Choice Jasmine
Tommy Dorsey & His Clambake Seven All You Want to Do is Dance Tommy Dorsey and His Clambake Seven 1936-1938 Retrieval Records
Artie Shaw Orchestra v/ Tony Pastor Whistle While You Work Begin the Beguine Membran
The Ink Spots and Ella Fitzgerald Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall Make Mine a Double Columbia River rec 1944 Ella worked with the Inks Spots quite a bit after Ella and Her Famous Orchestra split up
Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Jordan Petootie Pie Jump, Jive and Boogie Golden Stars rec 1946 Jordan was with the Chick Webb Orchestra when Fitzgerald joined it. He was her first serious romance & their relationship was one of the reasons Jordan was fired by Webb. They remained friends & recorded several sides together in 1946
Ella Fitzgerald & Frank Sinatra w/ Oscar Peterson Trio Necessity Frank Sinatra in Hollywood rec 1954 recorded for an animated film of FINIAN'S RAINBOW which was never completed
Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong Cheek to Cheek Ella and Louis Verve rec 1956 first of 3 albums Fitzgerald and Armstrong made together, they were close friends for many years
Ella Fitzgerald & Nat King Cole Too Close for Comfort The Nat King Cole Show rec 1957 for Cole's television show
Ella Fitzgerald & Mel Torme Medley The Garry Moore Show rec 1960 for television
Ella Fitzgerald & Frank Sinatra Lady is a Tramp The Man and His Music + Ella + Jobim rec 1967 for television. Sinatra had great respect for FItzgerald's talent and was so happy about her appearing on his TV special that he gave her his dressing room (the largest as he was the star)
Ella Fitzgerald & Stevie Wonder You Are the Sunshine of My Life We All Love Ella Verve rec 1977 New Orleans Jazz Fest