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JOE ALBANY Trio "Portrait of a Legend" Unissued 1966 Sessions
Barbados; Bluebird; Little suede shoes; There is no greater love; Au privave; Lush life; Ab blues; Old
old friends; Woody 'n you %Fresh Sound FSR-CD 317 12.99

RAY ANTHONY & His Orchestra "Dream Dancing III" - In a romantic mood:
It might as well be spring; Try a little tenderness; Come rain or come shine; Candy; Manhattan; The verythought of you; My melancholy baby; I understand; It's magic; Cottage for sale; But beautiful;  How deep is the ocean; Can't we be friends; The way we were; People.
%Aerospace RACD 1046 US Import 14.99

LOUIS ARMSTRONG "Sugar" The best of the RCA-VICTOR Recordings 1930-47.
That's my home;Medley:I'll be glad when you're dead/When it's sleepy time down south/Nobody's
sweetheart; I've got the world on a string; I've got a right to sing the blues; High society; Basin Streetblues; Mahogany Hall stomp; St. Louis blues; Back o' town blues; Ain't misbehavin'; Rockin' chair + .%RCA-Bluebird 09026.63852.2 9.99

CHET BAKER Quartet "Live" Vol.3 "My Old Flame" Rec.1954 w.Carson Smith,Russ Freeman
My little suede shoes; Line for Lyons; Lullaby of the leaves; My old flame; Russ job; The wind; Zing
went the strings of my heart; Everything happens to me; Frenesi; Moonlight in Vermont; Carson City
stage; A dandy line.
.%Pacific Jazz 531.573.2 9.99

CHRIS BARBER's Jazz Band & BOB HUNT'S Ellingtonians "Misty Morning" Rec. Dec. 2000
Title track; Harlem rag; Isle of Capri; Take the "A" train; Mood indigo; It don't mean a thing; Creole
love call; The jeep is jumping; Snag it; C Jam blues;When the saints go marching in.
%Timeless CDTTD 641 13.99

CHARLIE BARNET & His Orchestra "The Chronological" series 1937-39. 24 tracks incl:
I get along without you very well; I'm prayin' humble; A sailboat in the moonlight; Tin roof blues; The
gal from Joe's; Knockin' at the Famous Door;Some like it hot;Swing Street strut etc.
%Classics 1194 9.99

COUNT BASIE & His Orchestra feat. JOE WILLIAMS "Breakfast Dance & Barbecue" 1959
The Deacon; Cute; In a mellotone; No moon at all; Cherry red; Roll 'em Pete; Cherry Point; Splanky;
Counter block; Li'l darlin'; Who,me; Back to the Apple; Moten swing;Everyday I have the blues +
%Roulette 531.791.2 9.99

SIDNEY BECHET "Blue Horizon" Compilation 1941-51 with The Feetwarmers etc.
At a Georgia camp meeting; Shim-me-sha wobble; Sister Kate; Fidgety feet; Ole Stack o' Lee blues;
Out of the gallion;Jelly Roll blues; Laura; Mood indigo; Rose room; Love for sale etc.
%Giants of Jazz CD 53366 5.99

BIX BEIDERBECKE - "Bix and his Gang" The Bix Beiderbecke Story on Two CDs.
43 tracks incl. Trumbology; Clarinet marmalade; Singin' the blues; Ostrich walk; For no reason at all in C; Blue river; In a mist; Three blind mice; I'm more than satisfied; At the Jazz Band Ball; Sorry etc.
%Columbia 501645.2 13.99

GRAEME BELL & His Australian Jazz Band - The Unheard titles from 1948
Willie the weeper; Since my best girl turned me down; Of all the wrongs you've done to me; South;
Big Chief battle Axe; At a Georgia Camp meeting; Strut Miss Lizzie; Get happy; Canal Street blues etc
%Harlequin HQCD 158 12.99

RUBY BRAFF and His Big City Six "Little Big Horn" Rec.NYC 1955 w. Milt Hinton, Jo Jones
Only a blues; I'll never be the same; In the shade of the old apple tree; Deep river; I'm shooting high;
Between the devil and the deep blue sea; Lonesome road; 'Deed I do; Love me or leave me; Flakey.
%Fresh Sound FSR CD 321 13.99

CLIFFORD BROWN "Jazz Immortal" with Zoot Sims, Russ Freeman, Shelly Manne etc. 1954.
Daahoud; Finders keepers; Joy spring; Gone with the wind; Bones for Jones; Blueberry Hill; Tiny
capers; plus two alternate takes.
%Pacific Jazz 532.142.2 9.99

CLIFFORD BROWN "Memorial Album" with Lou Donaldson, Percy Heath, Art Blakey etc.
Rec.1953: 18 tracks incl. Carvin' the rock; Cookin'; Brownie speaks; You go to my head; Hymn of the
Orient; Cherokee; Easy living; Minor mood; Wail bait etc.
%Blue Note 532.141.2. 9.99

KENNY BURRELL "Blues - The Common Ground". A tight rhythm section & big band accom.
Everydays; Every day I have the blues; The preacher; Angel eyes; The common ground; Were you
there?; Burning spear; Wonder why; Soulful brothers; See see rider; Sausalito nights. Rec.1967/8.
%Verve Master Edition 589.101.2 15.49

BILLY BUTTERFIELD and His Modern Dixie Stompers "Soft Strut" Rec. NYC 1956.
Ti-pi-tin; Soft strut; Says my heart; I've got the world on a string; I'm an old cowhand; All right, be
that way; I would do anything for you; Somewhere along the way; He's a devil in his own home town.
%Fresh Sound FSR CD 316 13.99

CHARLIE BYRD - BARNEY KESSEL - HERB ELLIS "Great Guitars 'Live' " 2 LPs on 1 CD "At The Winery" and "At Charlie's Georgetown" 19 tracks incl. Broadway; Air mail special; You took advantage of me; Body and soul; Sheik of Araby; Straighten up and fly right; Just in time; Talk
of the town; Where or when; Change partners; Old folks; Get happy; etc.
%Concord CCD2 4958.2 15.99

Spain; Besame mucho; A mi nino Jose; Two much/Love theme; Para troilo y salgan; La vacilona;Aire
de tango.
%Lola 561.545.2 (Universal) 14.99

CHARLIE CHRISTIAN "The Genius of the Electric Guitar" Rec.1939-41 with Benny Goodman
Rose room; Seven come eleven; Till tom special; Gone with "what" wind; Grand slam; Six appeal; Wholly cats; Royal Garden blues; As long as I live; Benny's bugle; Breakfast feud;Blues in B etc.
%Columbia 501.646.2 9.99

KING COLE Trio "Transcriptions Vol. 2" 1939
20 tracks incl. There's no anesthetic for love; Dixie Jamboree; Riffin' at the Bar-B-Que; Harlem swing;
I lost control of myself; Dancing in the street; I wouldn't have known it; Let's get happy; Undecided;
'T'ain't what you do; Blue Lou; Honey; Russian lullaby;Do you want to jump,children etc.
%Naxos 8.120521 4.99

JOHN COLTRANE "Standards" w. Tyner, Garrison, Elvin Jones, Johnny Hartman & others.
All or nothing at all; Greensleeves; Lush life; Softly, as in a morning sunrise; I want to talk about you;
The Inch Worm; Autumn serenade; Feelin' good; What's new ?; Out of this world.
%Impulse 549.914.2 9.99

KEN COLYER'S Jazzmen & Skiffle Group "The Dieter Kreuter Tapes" Vol.2 8th Aug.1958
Over the rainbow; Bourbon Street parade; Red sails in the sundet; Rock Island line; House rent stomp;
When the sun goes down; Poor Howard; Milenburg joys; Riverside blues; Tiger rag; etc.
%Upbeat Jazz URCD 170 12.99

The JOHN CROCKER Quartet "Fine and Dandy" Rec. 1983 & 1998
Fine and dandy; That old feeling; Coquette; Ain't misbehavin'; Billie's bounce; 'S wonderful; I;ll never

be the same; Honey; It's all right with me;Easy living/Avalon.
%Lake LACD 154 12.99

TONY CROMBIE Quintet "Jazz at The Flamingo" w. Ronnie Scott,Harry Klein,Lennie Bush,
Terry Shannon plus on tracks 5 and 6 Tubby Hayes.
A night in Tunisia;Stars fell on Alabama/Once in a while; Soho blues; Annie-mation; Autumn leaves;
Laker's day.
%Jasmine JASCD 618 11.99

BOB CROSBY & His Orchestra "Transcription Sessions" 1936 Vol.1
Summertime;Ol' Man Mose; The touch of your lips; I don't want to make history; It's been so long; In a
sentimental mood; Somebody ought to be told; Alone; Wake up and sing; Let's face the music and dance; I'm putting all my eggs in one basket; Time on my hands; Savoy blues; I'm coming Virginia etc.
%Nostalgia Arts NOCD 3018 13.99

DANISH RADIO JAZZ Orchestra & Jim McNeely "A Salute to Louis Armstrong"
Copenhagen; The power and the glory; Someday you'll be sorry; When it's sleepy time down south;
Hotter than that;Mahogany Hall stomp; Weather bird; Dinah; What a wonderful world.
%Storyville 101 4250 13.99

EDDIE "LOCKJAW" DAVIS "Goin' to the Meetin' " Rec.1960 & 1962.
I wished on the moon; From this moment on; It's a pity to say goodnight; Just friends; The moon of Manakoora; Speak low;Goin' to a meetin'; People will say we're in love; Night and day etc.
%Prestige PRCD 24259.2 13.99

EDDIE "LOCKJAW" DAVIS Quartet "Body and Soul" Rec. 1974
Leapin' on Lennox; On Green Dolphin Street; Body and soul; Quiet nights of quiet stars; Just friends;
Mean to me; I can't get started.
%LaserLight 17.130 4.99

MILES DAVIS "Complete at Montreux" Highlights 1973,1984,1985,1986,1988,1989,1990.
Ife; Speak; Code MD; Pacific Express; Jean-Pierre; Heavy metal prelude; Jo Jo; Hannibal.
%Warner Music 8573.89895.2 15.99

JIMMY DEUCHAR Sextet "Opus De Funk" Rec.1956-57 with Tracey, Scott, Hayes, Crombie +
"E"; Colne springs; Four "X"; Red barrel; I'll take romance; Speak low; Opus de funk; Lullaby in
rhythm; Milestones; How long has this been going on; Between the devil and the deep blue sea.
%Jasmine JASCD 621 11.99

PAUL DESMOND With Strings "Desmond Blue" with Jim Hall. Rec.1961-62.
My funny valentine; Desmond blue; Then I'll be tired of you; I've got you under my skin; I should care
Late lament; Like someone in love; Ill wind; Body and soul; Autumn leaves; Imagination plus one.
%RCA-Victor 74321.85149.2 9.99

PAUL DESMOND Quartet "Glad to be Unhappy" with Jim Hall, Connie Kay etc. Rec. 1963-64.
Glad to be unhappy; Poor butterfly; Stranger in town; A taste of honey; Any other time; Hi-Lili, Hi-
Lo; Angel eyes; By the river St,Marie; All across the city; All through the night.
%RCA-Victor 74321.85150.2 9.99

DUKE ELLINGTON & His Orch. "The Chronological" series 1949-50.
23 tracks incl.: You of all people; Creole love call; The greatest there is; Snibor; The world is waiting for the sunrise; Good woman blues; On the sunny side of the street; B-sharp Boston; Hello little boy; Perdido; Take the "A" train; Untitled blues; Blues for Blanton; The man I love etc.
%Classics 1191 9.99

DUKE ELLINGTON & His Orch. "The Classic Victor Recordings" 1940-42. 3xCD Set & book.
72 tracks incl.: You,you darlin'; Jack the Bear; Morning glory; So far,so good; Conga brava; Me and you; Dusk; Blue goose; All too soon; Sepia panorama; Body & soul; Mr.J.B. Blues; The flaming
sword; Blue serge; Are you sticking; Chocolate shake; Clementine; Rocks in my bed etc.
%Snapper S3Beat 301 3-CD set 20.99

DUKE ELLINGTON & His Orch. "Masterpieces 1926-49". The genius of The Duke, pianist,
bandleader extraordinaire and the greatest composer of the 20th Century is celebrated in the 93
ducal masterpieces featured in this 4-CD box set, which includes 52-page illustrated booklet.
%Proper PROPERBOX 25 16.99

RAY ELLINGTON Quartet "That's Nice" Rec. 1959.
20 tracks incl.: Will you still be mine;Too marvellous for words;Things ain't what they used to be;
'Tain't what you do; Satin doll; The three bears; Flat foot floogie; That's my girl;Swingin' shepherd
blues; Kalamazoo; It's a sin to tell a lie; From this moment on; Prelude to a kiss etc.
%Castle-Pulse PLS CD 482 3.99

BILL EVANS - DON ELLIOTT "Tenderly" An Informal Session. Rec. 1956 and 1957.
Tenderly; I'll take romance; Laura; Blues No.1; I'll know; Like someone in love; Love letters; Thou
swell; Everything happens to me; Blues No.2; Stella by starlight etc.
%Milestone MCD 9317.2 13.99

BILL EVANS Trio "You Must Believe in Spring"
B minor waltz;You must believe in spring; Gary's theme; We will meet again; The Peacocks; Some-
time ago; Theme from M*A*S*H.
% Warner Jazz 7599.23504-9 9.99

VICTOR FELDMAN Quartet "In London" Vol.1 Rec. 1956 + 2 tracks by The Nine-tet with
Jimmy Deuchar, Tubby Hayes, Ronnie Scott etc.
Jackpot; Karen; You are too beautiful; You are my heart's delight; The minor and the major; The Toff;
Wilbert's tune; Short circuit; Woodwork.
%Jasmine JAS CD 622 11.99

FIREHOUSE FIVE Plus Two "Tiger Rag"
Tiger rag; Yes sir, that's my baby; St. Louis blues; 12th Street rag; Wabash blues; Sweet Georgia Brown; Copenhagen; Lonesome mama blues; South; Pagan love song; Riverside blues; Everybody
loves my baby; Red hot river valley; Firehouse stomp; Blues my naughty sweetie gives to me etc.
%Giants of Jazz CD 53363 5.99

CURTIS FULLER and HAMPTON HAWES with French Horns, with Sahib Shihab.
Ronnie's tune; Roc and Troll; A-drift; Five Spot; Lyriste; No crooks.
%New Jazz OJCCD 1942.2 8.99

RUSS FREEMAN - SHELLY MANNE "One on One" Rec. 1982
I'm getting sentimental over you; How about that; I'm old fashioned; On Green Dolphin Street; Take
the "A" train; Prime time; Lullaby of the leaves; Blue Monk; One on one; Name that tune etc.
%Contemporary CCD 14090.2 13.99

ERROLL GARNER "The Piano Player"
She's funny that way; Stardust; Ain't she sweet; Stompin' at The Savoy; I'm confessin'; I can't believe
that you're in love with me; Laura; Moonglow; Sunny side of the street; Scatterbrain;Stormy weather;
Red sails in the sunset; These foolish things; What is this thing called love.
%Jazz Pack PACK 014 5.99

STAN GETZ "The Saxophone Player"
Autumn leaves; Chappaqua; Don't worry 'bout me; Heart place; Kali au; Billie's bounce.
%Jazz Pack PACK 013 5.99

DIZZY GILLESPIE "The Dizzy Gillespie Story" 1939-1950
Dizzy confirms his position as the greatest bebop trumpeter ever on the 100 tracks included in this 4-CD set. From the early years with the bands of Teddy Hill, Lionel Hampton and Cab Calloway to the exciting trumpet virtuoso performances of the mid to late 1940's. An illustrated
48 page booklet is included.
%Proper PROPERBOX 30 16.99

LIONEL HAMPTON & His Orch. "The Chronological" series 1950 w. Milt Buckner.
23 tracks incl.: Where or when; There will never be another you; Birmingham bounce; Jelly Roll; You
go to my head; Cannonball express; September in the rain; Penthouse serenade; Memories of you;
Moonglow; I'll remember April; Time on my hands;Easy to love;The man I love etc.
%Classics 1193 9.99

LIONEL HAMPTON Quintet - 2 LPs on 1 CD. Rec. April 1954 with Buddy DeFranco, Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown, Buddy Rich.
Flying home; Je ne sais pas; On the sunny side of the street; April in Paris; Don't be that way; These foolish things; The way you look tonight; It's only a paper moon.
%Verve Master Edition 589.100.2 15.49

EDMUND HALL "Profoundly Blue" feat. Red Allen, Harry Carney, Charlie Christian, Red Norvo, Coleman Hawkins, Teddy Wilson, Lester Young etc.
22 tracks incl.: My buddy; Canal Street blues; King Porter stomp; High society;Night shift blues; The
man I love; Esquire blues; Smooth sailing;Big City blues;Sleepy time gal;It had to be you;Caravan etc.
%Living Era CD AJA 5410 8.99

WOODY HERMAN & His Orch. "Woody's Finest Hour" Rec. 1941-62.
17 tracks incl.: Blue flame; Woodchopper's ball; Blues on parade; Blues in the night; Down under; Cherry; Blowin' up a storm; Bijou; The good earth;Leo the lion; Early autumn; Four others; Buck dance; Caldonia;Mo-lasses; Don't get around much anymore.
%Verve 549.707.2 9.99

JOHNNY HODGES & His Orch. "The Chronological" series 1945-50.
24 tracks incl.: Mountain air; After hours on Dream Street; Key Largo; You're driving me crazy; Why was I born; A flower is a lovesome thing;Let the zoomers drool;Good to the last drop etc.
%Classics 1189 9.99

CHUBBY JACKSON All Stars Big Band "Chubby Takes Over" Rec. 1958.
Loch Lamond; Tradition; A ballad for Jai; When the saints go marching in; Oh, look at me now; Yes
indeed;It's de-lovely;Alexander's ragtime band; Woodshed; Hail,hail, the Herd's all here etc.
%Fresh Sound FSR CD 324 12.99

STAN KENTON & His Orchestra "The Chronological" series 1950 with Ferguson, Rogers, Pepper, Christy, Bernhardt, Shank etc.
Mirage; Conflict; Solitaire; Soliloquy; Theme for Sunday; Amazonia; Lonesome Road; Trajectories; Incident in jazz; Cuban episode; Evening in Pakistan ; Salute; Mardi Gras; In Veradero; Jolly Rogers; Blues in riff.
%Classics 1185 9.99

GENE KRUPA & His Orchestra "The Chicago Flash" - Drum Crazy - compilation.
22 tracks incl.: Swing is here; Wire brush stomp; Apurksody; Drummin' man; Tuxedo Junction; Drum
boogie; Just a little bit south of North Carolina;Rockin' chair;Leave us leap; Dark eyes; Opus one;
Boogie blues; Lover; How high the moon; Disc jockey jump; Calling Dr. Gillespie etc.
%Living Era CD AJA 5375 8.99

STAN KENTON & His Orchestra "Complete MacGregor Transcriptions Vol.2" 1941-42.
Theme; Memphis lament; Trumpet symphonette; Love turns winter to spring; Marvin's mumble;Congo
clambake; Arkansas traveller; Summer idyll; Etude for saxophones; Let her go; It seems to me; Tempo di Joe; Cloud across the moon; Mine; Half a heart; Prelude to nothing; Stop your teasing; If I had love;
Take sixteen; Hold back the dawn; Shufflin' the chords; Quit the shovin'; No tears; Blue flare; Theme.
%Naxos Jazz 8.120518 4.99

CY LAURIE & His His Jazz Bands 1989 and 1992 "Jazz From The Roots"
Oriental strut; Mabel's dream; Come back sweet papa; Riverside blues; Perdido Street blues; Potato
head blues; West End blues; King of the Zulus; Melancholy blues; Squeeze me; Sunset Cafe stomp;
Hotter than that; Lonesome blues; Dippermouth blues etc.
%Lake LACD 156 12.99

TERRY LIGHTFOOT's Jazzmen "Mainly Traditional" Rec. April 2001.
Royal Garden blues; C'est si bon; Careless love blues; Sweet Sue; Just a gigolo; Riverboat shuffle;
Someday you'll be sorry; Sunday; Sunny side of the street; Rocking chair; Moonglow; Wolverine blues; What a wonderful world; Willie the weeper etc.
%Lake LACD 155 12.99

MUNDELL LOWE Quintet "A Grand Night for Swinging" Rec. 1957.
It's a grand night for swingin'; Blues before Freud; Easy to love; It could happen to you; Love me or
leave me; You turned the tables on me; Crazy rhythm.
%Riverside OJCCD 1940.2 8.99

PHIL MASON'S New Orleans All-Stars with Christine Tyrrell. Rec. 1992
Give me your telephone number; The storm is passing over; I wish I could shimmy; Down in Honky Tonk town; That's a-plenty; Marie; You tell me your dream; Stardust; Jazz me blues;His eye is on the  sparrow; Poor butterfly; Nobody's fault but mine; Beautiful dreamer; In the garden; Sweet fields.
%Lake LACD 153 12.99

GLENN MILLER & His Orchestra "The Golden Years" 1938-42. Another Properbox presentation. Between 1938 and 1942 Glenn Miller led what was probably the most popular big band of the era. More than 55 years after his death the popularity of the Miller Band continues unabated. Miller's music, both simple and at the same time highly distinctive definitely has a
timeless quality. 98 tracks on 4 CDs and including a 44-page illustrated booklet.
%Proper PROPERBOX 23 16.99

GLENN MILLER & His Orchestra "Oh So Good". Rarities 1939-43.
Anchors aweigh; Tuxedo Junction; A-tisket,a-tasket; By the waters of Minnetonka;Trade winds; Oh
so good; My isle of golden dreams;My! My!; Farewell blues; I'll take you home Kathleen; Five o'clock
whistle;Stardust; St. Louis blues march etc.
%Naxos Jazz 8.120573 4.99

GLENN MILLER & His Orchestra - Legendary ! A 3-CD set containing 50 tracks by both the civvy band and the AAF Orchestra. All well known tracks but not very often played. A compil-
ation from Australian RCA.
%RCA 74321.78562.2 12.99

GLENN MILLER & The Army Air Force Band. Over two hours of Miller Classics on 2 CDs.
48 tracks including Stompin' at The Savoy;Moon dreams; Smoke gets in your eyes; Cow cow boogie;
Summertime;All the things you are; Stealin' apples; Suddenly it's spring; Speak low; Tuxedo Junction;
Stormy weather;Is you is or is you ain't my baby;Along the Santa Fe trail;Mission to Moscow etc.
%RCA-Victor 74321.903042 9.99
........... and there's more (well, it is Christmas) More Miller elsewhere in this brochure !

LUCKY MILLINDER & His Orchestra "The Chronological" series 1947-50
25 tracks incl.: Don't hesitate too long; D natural blues; Moanin' the blues; Let it be; Journey's end;
I'll never be free; Clap your hands; The jumping Jack; Oh, babe; Silent George;Please open your heart;
My little baby; Mr. Trumpet man; Let it roll again etc.
%Classics 1173 9.99

DUDLEY MOORE "30 Is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia" Original Sound Track Music by Dudley .
Title music; Head first; The Newsreel overture; The real stuff; Cynthia; Legend; Waltz for Susie;
Morning walk;Rupert Street concerto;Madrigal; Mating cry; The detective. Ex. Decca
%Harkit Records HRKCD 8011 15.99

The DUDLEY MOORE Trio "Authentic Dud" with Pete McGurk, Chris Karan. Rec. 1966.
I love you Samantha; Yesterdays; Field day for Shirley; Straight life; Exactly like you; If you were the
only girl in the world; You'd be so nice to come home to; Blues for Boots; Fly me to the moon.
%Harkit Records HRKCD 8009 15.99 Ex. Decca

The Art of GERRY MULLIGAN. A Compilation of The Final Recordings.
Paraiso; Dragonfly; Dream a little dream; Wave; O bom Alvinho; Noblesse; Nobody else but me; Brother blues; Art of trumpet; My funny valentine; North Atlantic run; Oh Mr. Sauter ? Yes Mr. Finegan ?; Song for Strayhorn.
%Telarc CD 83517 15.99

GERRY MULLIGAN "The Saxophone Player" Compilation.
Rose room; Out of nowhere; Come out wherever you are; Yardbird Suite; Lullably of the leaves;My
funny valentine; Birth of the blues; Fine & mellow (w.Billie Holiday); Bernie's tune; I never knew etc.%Jazz Pack PACK 017 5.99

PHINEAS NEWBORN Jr. with Dennis Farnon & His Orch. "While My Lady Sleeps".
Moonlight in Vermont; Don't you know I care; Lazy mood; I'm old fashioned; Black is the colour of
my true love's hair; While my lady sleeps; It's easy to remember; Bali Ha'i; If I should lose you. 1957.
%RCA-Victor 74321.851572 9.99

JIMMIE NOONE "At The Apex Club" Rec. by Vocalion/Decca 1928-29
25 tracks incl.:I know that you know; Sweet Sue; Four or five times; Apex blues; A Monday date; Blues my naughty sweetie gives to me; Sweet Lorraine;It's tight like that; She's funny that way; St.
Louis blues;Chicago rhythm; Love me or leave me; I must have that man etc.
%Definitive Records DRCD 11181 10.99

SY OLIVER & His Orchestra "The Chronological" series 1945-49.
Seventh Avenue;Hey Daddy-o;Slow burn; I want to be loved; Walkin' the dog; Bread and butter woman; Civilisation;Caravan; Nine o'clock gal; That's the gal for me; When my sugar walks down the street; Just in case;Scotty; Sad story blues; Blues just blues etc.
%Classics 1190 9.99

DAVE O'HIGGINS Biggish Band "Big Shake Up" Rec. December 2000.
Big shake up; Old self; At long last; "Are you mad ?"; High price; Round and round in circles; Splatter
matter. All composed, arranged and produced by Dave O'Higgins.
%Big City Records BCCD 79208 12.99

JOE PASS - Solo electric guitar - Rec.1990
Django; Old folks; I concentrate on you; I'll be around; They can't take that away from me; It's all in the game/Yesterdays;Come rain or come shine;On Green Dolphin Street; What is there to say; Lush life; Nobody else but me.%Pablo CD 2310.971.2 8.99

OSCAR PETERSON Trio Plays The Harold Arlen Songbook. Two LPs on one CD. 1954 & 1959
As long as I live; I gotta right to sing the blues; Come rain or come shine; Got the world on a string;
It's only a paper moon; That old black magic; Blues in the night; Stormy weather; The man that got
away;Ill wind; Between the devil and the deep blue sea etc.
%Verve Master Edition 589.103.2 15.49

OSCAR PETERSON Trio "I Got Rhythm" Compilation 1945-47 recordings
Indiana; Margie; I surrender dear; Ghost of a chance; Smiles; Stairway to the stars; Poor butterfly; In
a little Spanish town; Blue moon; Time on my hands; East of the sun; Sweet Lorraine and much more.
%Giants of Jazz CD 53340 5.99

Do nothin' till you hear from me; I'm beginning to see the light; Isfahan; Satin doll; All too soon; In a
mellotone; Don't get around much anymore; Passion flower; Black butterfly; Take the "A" train + 1.
%Arbors Jazz ARCD 19226 13.99

SID PHILLIPS Trio, Quintet and Band "Hors D' oeuvres" The Best of...
25 tracks incl. Anything goes; Who's sorry now; In the mood; You've gotta see mama ev'ry night;
Strut Miss Lizzie; Wabash blues; Ridin' high; Copenhagen; Royal Garden blues; plus 16 more.
%Empress RAJCD 918 5.99

BUCKY PIZZARELLI Solo 7-string Guitar, Vol.2
Guess I'll go back home; One morning in May; Laura; A blues serenade; This nearly was mine; Lush life; Wait till you see her; In a mist; Warm Valley; Stars in your eyes; Old folks; Cottage for sale etc.%Arbors Jazz ARCD 19254 13.99

TEDDY POWELL & His Orchestra - The first studio & transcription performances 1939-43.
25 tracks incl.: In a Persian Market; Teddy's boogie woogie; Jamaica jam; The one I love; Am I blue;
Three little words; Love's old sweet song; Melancholy mood; Blue sentimental mood; Someday etc.
%Hep HEP CD 1075 9.49

DIZZY REECE Quartet, Quintet "Progress report" Recordings from 1956, 1957, 1958.
Stomp; Riviera; Now; Get up; The gypsy; Momentum; A variation on Monk; Sweet & lovely; On the
scene; Eboo; Four tracks from the Ealing film "Nowhere to Go" (Reece) w. Tubby Hyes, Phil Seamen.
%Jasmine JAS CD 620 11.99

DJANGO REINHARDT "The Guitar Player"
Sweet Georgia Brown; Lady be good; Charleston; In a sentimental mood; I got rhythm; Chicago; Ain't
misbehavin'; Exactly like you; It had to be you; Nuages; Sheik of Araby; You're driving me crazy + 2.
%Jazz Pack PACK 015 5.99

DJANGO REINHARDT w. Quintette Du Hot Club De France, Vol. 2 1938-39
18 tracks incl.: Appel indirect; Billets doux; Japanese sandman; Three little words; Stompin' at Decca;
Souvenirs; Sweet Georgia Brown; If I had you; Night and day; Swing 39; Them there eyes etc.
%Naxos Jazz 8.120575 4.99

RONNIE SCOTT Septet "Double Event" 2 albums on 1 double CD. "Never pat a burning dog" and "When I want your Opinion I'll give it to you"
Contemplation;I'm glad there is you; All the things you are; This love of mine;Ronnie's blues; What's
new?; Easy living; I'm sick & tired of waking up tired and sick; Bye bye Blackbird etc. 2-CDs.
%Jazz House JHDE 208 16.99

GEORGE SHEARING "The Ultimate" 24-track compilation from his Capitol years.
Cheek to cheek; Autumn leaves; If I had you; The Continental; The folks who live on the hill; Young and foolish; I'll be around; Lullaby of Birdland; Black satin; Bernie's tune; One note samba; Strangersin the night; Yesterday; What the world needs now is love; Makin' whoopee; Call me irresponsible etc.
%Capitol EMI 535.935.2 9.99

KATHY STOBART & JOE TEMPERLEY Quintet "Saxploitation" Rec.1976.
Softly as in a morning sunrise; My funny valentine; Tickle toe; Drop me off at Harlem; In a senti-
mental mood; Blues in the closet; Crazy he calls me; Cottontail.
%Spotlite SPJCD 403 6.99

STAN SULZMANN Big Band "Birthdays, Birthdays" Limited availability, specially priced.
Snow; Little dog; Newness; Before you know it; The thrill is gone; Doriana; Keshav; Midnight; Piccolo; Toys; Seeing M; More lemonade; Birthdays, birthdays.
%Village Life 99108 VL 9.99

JOE TEMPERLEY "Easy to Remember" with Tony Coe, John Pearce, Andy Cleyndert etc.
That old feeling; The very thought of you; I let a song go out of my heart; Easy to remember; East of
the sun; Warm valley; Just friends; How little we know; Someone to watch over me; Things ain't what
they used to be; Ask me now; Torpedo; Hielan' laddie.
%Hep HEP CD 2083 14.99

JIM TOMLINSON Sextet feat. STACEY KENT (on tracks 1, 4, 7, 10. "Brazilian Sketches"
Dreamer; Caminhos cruzados; Ligia; So nice; So danco samba; Once I loved; I concentrate on you;
Portrait in black and white; She's a carioca; The gentle rain; No more blues.
%Candid CCD 79769 13.99

and HARRY ALLEN "Allan & Allen" w. Eddie Higgins, Phil Flanigan, Eddie Metz. Rec. January 2000, Orlando, Florida.
Lover come back to me; Jive at five; Lake Ponchartrain blues; Allan and Allen; Where are you; What can I say after I say I'm sorry;Straighten up and fly right; You go to my head; Tickle toe; Quiet nights;Ben's blues; Do nothin' till you hear from me; Stealin' apples.
%Nagel-Heyer CD 074 14.99

LU WATTERS' Yerba Buena Jazz Band with Clancy Hayes. "San Francisco Style"
Bill Bailey won't you please come home;Skid dat de dat; St. James Infirmary; Down home rag; St. Louis blues; Aunt Hagar's blues; Tin roof blues; Oh, by jingo; Ostrich walk ; Weary blues & more.
%Giants of Jazz CD 53364 5.99

ALEX WELSH Jazz Band "Oh, Baby!" BBC Sounds of Jazz 16.12.79 and 4.10.81.
As long as I live; Sweeping the blues away; Jelly Roll; Blue and sentimental; Oh, baby!; As long as I
live (no.2); Confessin';It don't mean a thing; Just one more chance; Doggin' around.
%Upbeat URCD 175 12.99

Bags' groove; Laura; Loverman; Straight, no chaser; Night in Tunisia; Birks' works; Theme.
%Spotlite SPJ CD 623 6.99

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