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Artist Song Album Label Comments
Gene Kardos Orchestra A Hot Dog, A Blanket and You College Rhythm Memphis Archives Super Bowl Sunday!
George Olsen & His Music Varsity Drag Nipper's Greatest Hits: The 30s
The Delta Rhythm Boys Playin' the Game Just A-Rockin' And A-Jivin' Dee Jay Jamboree
Nat King Cole It's All in The Game Stardust: The Rare Television Performances Real Gone
Kay Kyser & His Orchestra v/ Sully Mason The Wise Old Owl The Kay Kyser Hits Collection 1935-48 Acrobat Superb Owl Sunday!
Frank Sinatra Strangers In the Night The Reprise Collectio Reprise
Mel Torme Sunshine Superman Ultra-Lounge: On the Rocks Capitol
Lesley Gore Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows 20th Century Masters Mercury
Juan Garcia Esquivel Mucha Muchacha Cabaret Mañana RCA
Al Hirt Music to Watch Girls By Music to Watch Girls By RCA Victor
Quartetto Cetra Crapa Pelada I Successi del Quartetto Cetra Butterfly Italy
Django Reinhardt Limehouse Blues The Classic Early Recordings in Chronological Order JSP
Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies Little Brown Betty Father of Western Swing Proper UK
Oscar Aleman Nega de Cabello Duro Swing Guitar Masterpieces Acoustic
Mel Torme o/ Billy May At the Crossroads (Malagueña) Ole Torme Verve
Ernesto Lecuona and the Lecuona Cuban Boys (Caminos Cruzados) Malagueña vol. 8 Carnival in Buenos Aires 1941-1944
Dickie Wells Orchestra (feat. Count Basie) I Got Rhythm Classic 1936-1947 Count Basie & Lester Young Studio Sessions Mosaic
Eddie Coles' Solid Swingers v/ Nat King Cole Honey Hush Riffin: The Decca, JATP, Keynote and Mercury Recordings Verve
Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra A Fine Romance Lady Day Sony
Willie Bryant And His Orchestra Rigmarole Big Ben Proper UK
Teddy Hill & His Orchestra (Lookie Lookie Lookie) Here Comes Cookie Roy Eldridge: Little Jazz Sony
Bing Crosby June in January Bing! His Legendary Years Geffen
Fats Waller Breakin' the Ice Complete Recorded Works Vol. 2 JSP
The Cats & the Fiddle Chant of the Rain We Cats Will Swing For You 1939-1940 Fabulous
Julia Lee Out in the Cold Again 1927-1946 Classics
George Formby Oh Don't the Wind Blow Cold The Ultimate Collection
Tallulah Bankhead & Jack Carson Baby, It's Cold Outside Give My Regards to Broadway! AEI
Leo Reisman & His Orchestra What Is This Thing Called Love? The Golden Age of American Sweet Bands Jasmine rec 1930. The song was originated on stage by Elsie Carlisle in 1929, she also recorded it in that year. This was the first hit recording. Ben Bernie also recorded it in 1930
Artie Shaw Orchestra What Is This Thing Called Love? Begin the Beguine Membran rec. 1938 I believe this was the first uptempo arrangement of the song
Sidney Bechet and His New Orleans Feetwarmers What Is This Thing Called Love? Dixieland & New Orleans Jazz rec. 1941 this haunting performance is one of the best ballad recordings of the song
Nat King Cole Trio What Is This Thing Called Love? Complete Capitol Recordings of the King Cole Trio Mosaic rec. 1942 Nat King Cole (p) and Oscar Moore (g) showcase their outstanding rapport on this instrumental
Les Paul What Is This Thing Called Love? The New Sound Imports rec. 1948 this recording was a hit for Paul
Frank Sinatra What Is This Thing Called Love? In The Wee Small Hours Capitol rec. 1954 another of the greatest ballad recordings of this song
Clifford Brown & Max Roach Octet What Is This Thing Called Love? Jam Session Emarcy rec. 1954 many consider this the definitive fast recording of this song. recorded live in Los Angeles. Clifford Brown, Maynard Ferguson, Clark Terry (t), Herb Geller (a.s.), Harold Land (t.s.), Junior Mance (p), George Morrow (b), Max Roach (d)
Sarah Vaughan What Is This Thing Called Love? Sassy Swings the Tivoli Emarcy rec. 1963 my personal favorite recording of the song. Recorded live at the Tivoli Garden in Copenhagen
Tony Sacco; Enric Madriguera & His Hotel Weylin Orchestra The Little Things You Used to Do The Golden Age of American Dance Bands Jasmine