THREE FROM STAN KENTON
SKETCHES ON STANDARDS : Request selections from the Kenton Library !
Sophisticated lady; Begin the beguine; Lover man; Pennies from heaven; Over the rainbow; Fascinating rhythm; There’s a small hotel; Shadow waltz; Harlem nocturne; Stella by starlight; Dark eyes; Malaguena; Spring is here; I’m glad there is you.
Capitol 534.070.2 £9.99
COMPLETE CAPITOL STUDIO TRANSCRIPTIONS 1945-47. Recorded for radioplay only and now released mainly for the first time to the public. Blue music; Body & soul; We’ll be together again; Easy street; On the sunny side of the street; I surrender, dear; Begin the beguine; Two moose in a caboose; Solitude; No
Baby, nobody but you; Never too late to pray; Tea for two; One twenty; Don’t blame me; Intermission riff; It ain’t necessarily so; I never thought I’d sing the blues; Who’s
Got a tent for rent; Artistry in rhythm (opening & closing Theme); I don’t know why;
I’m yours; Yesterdays; I’ve got the world on a string; End of the world; You may not love me; I’d be lost without you; Everybody swing; April in Paris and many more.
Definitive Records DRCD 11194 2-CD Set £17.99
COMPLETE 1943-1947 CAPITOL MASTER TAKES. 84 tracks on 4-CDs incl.
Do nothin’ till you hear from me; Eager beaver; Harlem folk dance; Artistry in rhythm; How many hearts have you broken; She’s funny that way; And her tears flowed like wine; Sweet dreams, sweetheart; Say it isn’t so; Ev’ry time we say goodbye; Tampico; Don’t let me dream; Artistry jumps; Painted rhythm; Shoo fly pie;
I been down in Texas; All the time; That’s the least you can do; Safranski; Willow weep for me; Concerto to end all concertos; Opus in pastels; His feets too big for de bed; After you; Down in Chi-hua-hua; Capitol punishment (parts 1 & 2); How am I to know; Minor riff; Lover; Curiosity; Unison riff; I told ya I love ya, now get out; How
High the moon; Interlude; Lonely woman; Journey to Brazil and many more.
%Definitive Records DRCD 11193 4-CD Set £34.99
……… AND FOUR MORE FROM
TED HEATH AND HIS MUSIC - Vocalion “2 Lps on 1 CD” series
THE UNPUBLISHED TED HEATH Part 1: The Great American Songbook – from the Rediffusion Archives: I can’t believe that you’re in love with me; On the sunny side of the street; Moonglow; Deep purple; It’s easy to remember; I can’t give you anything but love; All the way; Too close for comfort; Young at heart; Dancing with tears in my eyes; Stairway to paradise; Tenderly; Close your eyes; Georgia on my mind; I had the craziest dream; Poinciana; You stepped out of a dream etc.
%Vocalion CDLK 4145 £9.99
“A YANK IN EUROPE” and “RECALLS THE FABULOUS DORSEYS”: A Yank
in Europe contains the compositions of Raymond Scott. The Fabulous Dorseys incl.
Opus one; I’ll never smile again; Amapola; Melody in F; Oodles of noodles; Well, git
It; Song of India; Chlo-e; Green eyes; Quiet please; Marie; Liebestraum.
%Vocalion CDLK 4143 £9.99
“TED HEATH GOES LATIN” and “WEST SIDE STORY” & OTHER B’WAY HITS. Incl. Tico tico; Adios; Cherry pink and apple blossom white; Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps; Say “si si”; Besame mucho; Come closer to me; Brazil; Amor, amor; Frenesi; The breeze and I; Tonight; I feel pretty etc Vocalion CDLK 4141 £9.99
TED HEATH SWING SESSION and PALLADIUM REVISITED: The champ; Do
Nothing till you hear from me; Eloquence; Pick yourself up; Blues for moderns; Fourth dimension; Etrospect; Dark eyes; Solitude; The hawk talks; I got it bad; Rhapsody for drums; The man I love; Hawaiian warchant; Holiday for strings; Send for Henry; Georgia; Flying home; Old man river; Memories of you; Peanut vendor;
Lullaby of Birdland; Bass in the hole; Taboo.
%Vocalion CDLK 4149 £9.99
……and the rest of the NEW VOCALIONS for JULY – spread out through the month
STANLEY BLACK & His Orchestra “Gershwin Goes Latin” and “Friml & Romberg – Cuban Moonlight” includes ‘S wonderful; Love is here to stay; Let’s call the whole thing off; Nice work if you can get it; Embraceable you; Soon; Bidin’ my time; A foggy day; Serenade; Romance; Wanting you; One kiss; Lover, come back to me; Indian love call; Rose Marie; The donkey serenade etc.
%Vocalion CDLK 4142 £9.99
FRANK CHACKSFIELD & His Orchestra (from the Rediffusion Archives):Bill; Hello young lovers; I could have danced all night; No other love; Pagan love song; A room with a view; Singing in the rain; Autumn leaves; I whistle a happy tune; Tonight
I’ll follow my secret heart; Till there was you; Blue moon; Fools rush in and more.
%Vocalion CDLK 4144 £9.99
EDMUNDO ROS & His Orchestra “Sing & Swing” and “Sing and Dance” incl.
Guantanamera; Come closer to me; Fly me to the moon; If I were a rich man; Quiet nights; Sway; Amor, amor; Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps; Granada; Frenesi; Green eyes;
Besame mucho; Adios; Brazil; Tico-tico; Always in my heart and much more.
%Vocalion CDLK 4140 £9.99
DICKIE VALENTINE “Over My Shoulder” and “With Vocal Refrain By…” from the Decca Archives : Birth of the blues; East of the sun; Blue; A kiss to build a dream on; Somebody loves me; One, two, button your shoe; Bidin’ my time; Sunday; There’ll be some changes made; Singing the blues; Carolina in the morning etc.
%Vocalion CDLK 4147 £9.99
GISELE MACKENZIE & HELEN O’CONNELL - from the EMI Archives.
A crazy waltz; Johnny; Green eyes; Anytime; Don’t let the stars get in your eyes;
Come what may; I’d rather die young; Seven lonely days; Till I waltz again with you;
No other love; Night for love; Be anything; My favourite song; Adios etc.
%Vocalion CDLK 4138 £9.99
FIVE FABULOUS FEMALES : Ruby Murray; Joan Regan; Lita Roza; Marion Ryan;
Jean Campbell. Assorted tracks from the EMI Archives incl. Mangos; Vaya con Dios; Softly, softly; A love like ours; What am I supposed to do; Have you ever been
Lonely; Heart; Count your blessings; Stranger things have happened and more
%Vocalion CDLK 4148 £9.99
HILDEGARDE – Vol. 2 – Songs from the Shows incl. June is bustin’ out all over; I’ll
See you again; Pennies from heaven; My ship;Careless rhapsody and many more.
%Vocalion CDEA 6078 £5.99
SIDNEY TORCH Conducting The New Century Orchestra. 30 tracks of light music.
You’ll know most of the tunes but the titles won’t mean much !
%Vocalion CDEA 6080 £5.99
CARROLL GIBBONS and His Cabaret Friends . Tracks to be announced
%Vocalion CDEA 6073 £5.99
BILLY MERRIN & His Commanders. Tracks to be announced.
%Vocalion CDEA 6074 £5.99
THE SKYROCKETS Dance Orchestra with Paul Fenoulhet. Tracks to be announced.
%Vocalion CDEA 6075 £5.99
JACK WHITE & His Collegians. Tracks to be announced.
%Vocalion CDEA 6076 £5.99
Mrs. JACK HYLTON & Her Band. Tracks to be announced.
%Vocalion CDEA 6077 £5.99
MORE NEW RELEASES and RE-ISSUES Just In…………
BARNEY KESSEL’S Swingin’ Party at Contemporary. Rec.1960: Bluesology; Lover man; Joy spring; Now’s the time; Miss Memphis; New rhumba.
%Contemporary OJCCD 1066.2 £8.99
HAMPTON HAWES Trio “The Sermon”. Rec. 1958 with Leroy Vinnegar, Stan Levey. Down by the riverside; Swing low, sweet chariot; Nobody knows the trouble;
When the roll is called up yonder; Go down Moses; Blues N/C plus two.
%Contemporary OJCCD 1067.2 £8.99
WOODY HERMAN & The Thundering Herd “King Cobra” Rec. Jan. 1975.
Title track; Don’t you worry ‘bout a thing; Spain; Jazzman; Lake Taco; Come rain or come shine; Toothless grin.
%Fantasy OJCCD 1068.2 £8.99
BILL EVANS “From The 70’s”. Prev. unissued studio & club recordings 1973-77.
Gone with the wind; Hi-LILI, hi-lo; The nature of things; Show-type tune; Are you
All the things; Up with the lark; Quiet now; Gloria’s step; Elsa.
%Fantasy OJCCD 1069.2 £8.99
RON CARTER, HANK JONES, SADAO WATANABE, TONY WILLIAMS. Rec.
1978 “Carnaval”: Chelsea Bridge; Manha de Carnaval; I’m old fashioned;Moose the
%Galaxy OJCCD 1070.2 £8.99
McCOY TYNER Octet. Rec.1974.
%Milestone OJCCD 1071.2 £8.99
ELLA FITZGERALD Sings Cole Porter with Orchestra cond. By Nelson Riddle.
Dream dancing; I’ve got you under my skin; I concentrate on you; My heart belongs to daddy; Love for sale; After you; Just one of those things; and much more
%Pablo OJCCD 1072.2 £8.99
THE MODERN JAZZ Quartet “Topsy” – This one’s for Basie. Rec.1985.
Reunion blues; Nature boy; Topsy II; Dand E; Valeria; Milano; Le cannet + bonus.
%Pablo OJCCD 1073.2 £8.99
ARNETT COBB Quintet “Movin’ Right Along” Rec. 1960. Nitty gritty;All I do is dream of you; Ghost of a chance; Exactly like you; Walkin’; Softly, as in a morning..
%Prestige OJCCD 1074.2 £8.99
JAMES CLAY & DAVID “Fathead” NEWMAN. “Sound of the Wide Open Spaces”
%Riverside OJCCD 1075.2 £8.99
JAZZ AT THE PHILHARMONIC, Carnegie Hall, 1949 with Ray Brown, Sonny Criss, Coleman Hawkins, Hank Jones, Shelly Manne; Fats Navarro, Charlie Parker,
Flip Phillips etc. in various combinations: Norman Granz intro: Leap here;Indiana; Lover come back to me; Riff tide; Sophisticated lady; The things we did last summer.
%Pablo PACD 5311.2 £13.99
The MANNY ALBAM-ERNIE WILKINS Orchestra “The Drum Suite” Rec. 1956:
Dancers on drums; Bristling; Chant of the witch doctors; Skinning the valves;
Cymbalisms; The Octopus.
%RCA 74321.914282 £12.99
“CANNONBALL” ADDERLEY Quintet “Paris Concerts” Nov. 1960, April 1961,
March 1969. Two CD set
Jeannine; The Chant; Work song; Arriving soon; Serenity; Sack o’ woe; In walked Ray;
Bohemia after dark; Rufus still skinned; Black Orpheus; Walk tall; Mercy, mercy, mercy;
The blooze; End title; Big pea; Experience in E.
%LaserLight 36.126 £8.99
CANNONBALL ADDERLEY Quintet “Ballads” Compilation.
Dancing in the dark; I can’t get started; I guess I’ll hang my tears out to dry; Now I have
Everything; Easy living; I worship you; Yvette; O amore em paz; Song my lady sings.
%Blue Note 537.563.2 £9.99
HOWARD ALDEN “My Shining Hour” Solo Guitar.
My shining hour; All too soon; Sweet substitute; Unfaithful woman; E is for Emment;
Blood count; I wrote it for Jo; Girl from Ipanema; Isn’t it a pity; Gone with the wind etc.
%Concord CCD 4841.2 £15.99
RAY ANTHONY & His Orchestra “At His Very Best”. Compilation. 25 tracks incl.:
Undecided; Columbia, Gem of the ocean; I wonder what’s become of Sally; Count every
Star; National Emblem march; I’ll see you in my dreams; Nevertheless; Deep night etc.
%Empress RAJCD 921 £5.99
KENNY BAKER’S Dozen “Play Not Quite Two Dozen” Prev. unissued performances.
Keeping out of mischief now; Oh! Baby; Midriff; Bugler’s lament; The blues I love to sing; Button up your overcoat; The moon is low; I can’t escape from you; Puttin’ on the Ritz; Straight life; 9.20 Special; Apex blues; Plymouth Rock; My blue heaven etc.
%Jasmine JASCD 631 £11.99
CHRIS BARBER’S JAZZBAND “At The BBC” – More Wireless Days 1961-68 Vol.2
Bourbon Street Parade; Creole love call; St. Louis blues; See see rider; Trad. Tavern;
Bugle boy march; Over in the Gloryland; Lonesome Road; Climax rag; High society etc.
%Upbeat Jazz URCD 177 £12.99
DAN BARRETT’S International Swing Party. Rec. Birdland, Hamburg October 2000.with Tom Baker, Scott Robinson, Jeff Hamilton etc.
Easy Street; Linger awhile; The lamp is low; I double dare you; What is this thing called love; Early session hop; Jumpin’ punkins; Hindustan; Dream a little dream of me etc.
%Nagel-Heyer CD 067 £15.99
BILL BARRON-TED CURSON Quintet “Now, Hear This !” with Kenny Barron, Dick
Berk, Ronnie Boykins. Rec. NYC 1964.
Around the world; Big Bill; The Leopard; Hurdy gurdy; Jes swingin’; In a monastery garden; You are too beautiful; Dwackdi mun fudalick.
%Fresh Sounds FSRCD 323 £12.99
COUNT BASIE & His Orchestra “Salle Pleyel, Paris” April 17th, 1972 w. Eddie Vinson
Basie power; Big stuff; Fun time; Meeting; The Python; Yellow days; From this moment on; It could happen to you; The spirit is willing; Cherry Point; Lover; Meditation; Whirly bird; Broadway; Just the blues; If I had you; Everyday; Roll ‘em Pete etc
%LaserLight 36.127 (2-CD Set) £8.99.
COUNT BASIE & His Orchestra “Basie Meets Bond”. Arr. Chico O’Farrill etc
007; The Golden Horn; Girl trouble; Kingston calypso; Goldfinger; Thunderball; From Russia with love; Dr. No’s fantasy; Underneath the mango tree; James Bond Theme etc.
%Capitol Jazz 538.225.2 £9.99
COUNT BASIE & His Orchestra & Bennie Moten’s Kansas City Orchestra. “Kansas
City Powerhouse”. Rec. (Moten: 1929-32), Basie (1947-49).
Small black; Toby; Moten swing; Lafayette; Prince of wails; One o’clock boogie; Futile
Frustration; Swingin’ the blues; Lopin’; I never knew; Seventh Avenue Express etc.
%RCA-Bluebird 09026.639032 £6.49
SIDNEY BECHET “The Chronological” Series 1949 – Vol. 3 with Humphrey Lyttelton,
Wally Fawkes, George Webb etc. 24 tracks including:
Travellin’ blues; Willie the weeper; Maple leaf rag; Panama rag; Wrap your troubles in dreams; It had to be you; Baby, won’t you please come home; After you’ve gone; Margie;
Some of these days; Black and blue; Who’s sorry now; Sleepy time down south etc.
%Classics 1223 £9.99
ART BLAKEY & The Jazz Messengers – “Olympia, Paris, May 13th, 1961”
The Summit; Yama; Close your eyes; Dat dere; Lost and found; Round midnight; Kozo’s
Waltz; unidentified; Night in Tunisia; The Theme.
%LaserLight 36.128 2-CD set £8.99
WILL BRADLEY & His Orchestra “Live in 1940-41” with RAY McKINLEY.
Opening: Fatal fascination; Flying home; When you wish upon a star; Old Doc Yack; It’s a blue world; Say “si si”; In a little Spanish town; Cherry; I guess I’ll have to dream the rest; Song of the islands; Booglie wooglie piggy; etc. etc.
%Jazz Band EBCD 2183.2 £10.99
WILL BRADLEY & His Orchestra “Swingin’ Down The Lane” feat. Ray McKinley.
Studio performances 1941-47.
Think of me; Tea for two; Swingin’ down the lane; Flamingo; April in Paris; Basin Street
Boogie; If I’m lucky;Turn the knob on the left; Celery stalks No.2; Lonely moments etc.
%Hep HEPCD 1078 £9.49
RUBY BRAFF & His Big City Six “Little Big Horn”. Rec. NYC 1955.
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; ‘Deed I do; Love me or leave me; Flakey; The lonesome road.
Fresh Sound FSR CD 321 £12.99
RUBY BRAFF Quintet “I Hear Music” Rec. July 2000 with Bill Charlap, Bucky Pizzarelli, John Beal, Tony DeNicola. Daryl Sherman (vocal) on track 7.
I hear music; Chicago/My kind of town; Baby, won’t you please come home; Wouldn’t
It be loverly; Yesterdays; I would do anything for you; We’re all through.
%Arbors Jazz ARCD 19244 £13.99
LES BROWN & His Band of Renown “’ Wonderful” 1949-50 recordings.
A fine romance; Where’s Prez; Tenderly; Carioca; ‘S wonderful; Tico tico; Stardust; Easy
To love; A foggy day; I could write a book; People will say we’re in love; Slaughter on
10th Avenue; Columbia, gem of the ocean; Runnin’ around; Rock me to sleep etc.
%Jazz Band EBCD 2177.2 £10.99
RAY BROWN Trio “Live at Starbucks” Rec. Seattle, 1999 with Geoff Keezer, Karriem
Up there; When I fall in love; Brown bossa; Our delight; Lament; Mainstem; Love you
Madly; Caravan; This house is empty now/I should care; Lester leaps in; Starbucks blues.
%Telarc CD 83502 £14.99
DAVE BRUBECK Quartet “Jazz at the College of the Pacific” feat. Paul Desmond,
Ron Crotty, Joe Dodge.
All the things you are; Laura; Lullaby in rhythm; I’ll never smile again; I remember you;
For all we know.
%Fantasy OJC20 047.2 £8.99
MICHEL CAMILO Trio “Triangulo” Rec. August 2001.
Piece of cake; La comparsa; Mr. C.I.; Afterthought; Anthony’s blues; Con Alma; Las
Dos Lorettas; Just like you; Descarga for Tito (Puente); dotcom-bustion.
%Telarc CD 83549 £15.99
The DAVE CAREY Jazz Band “The Complete Sessions” 1955-57. Double CD. 36 tracks
Kansas City Kitty; Hesitating blues; Bessie couldn’t help it; Kater Street rag; Dardanella;
Sunset Café stomp; Sweet Georgia Brown; Brown skin mama; Yellow dog blues; Special
Delivery stomp; Ida, sweet as apple cider; Button up your overcoat; Feather merchant;
Indiana; Black and blue; Jeepers creepers; Royal Garden blues; Tin roof blues etc.
%Lake LACD 162D (double) £18.99
PAPA MUTT CAREY “Portrait of a New Orleans Master” with his New Yorkers, Kid
Ory’s Creole Jazz Band etc. 24 tracks including:
Dippermouth blues; Savoy blues; Ballin’ the jack; High society; Muskrat ramble; The girls go crazy; Barrel house man; Shim-me-sha-wobble; Ostrich walk; The entertainer etc.
%Upbeat Jazz URCD 176 £12.99
The CASA LOMA Orchestra (Glen Gray) “Smoke Rings” 23 Original Recordings incl.:
Smoke rings; Casa Loma stomp; White jazz; Blues in my heart; Washboard blues; It’s the
talk of the town; A hundred years from today; Chinatown, my Chinatown; Blue moon;
Sunrise serenade; Rockin’ chair; No name jive; My shining hour; You go to my head etc.
%Living Era CDAJA 5382 £8.99
The CHARLESTON CHASERS Vol. 2 & New York Studio Groups 1928-30. 25 tracks
Wasn’t it nice? Loving you the way I do; You’re lucky to me; Don’t mess around with me; Swanee shuffle; Low down rhythm; Red hot Chicago; St. James Infirmary etc.
%Timeless Historical CBC 1.081 £9.99
BILL CHARLAP Trio “Plays the Music of Hoagy Carmichael” with guests as indicated.
Jubilee; I get along without you very well (Tony Bennett); Rockin’ chair (Frank Wess);
I walk with music; Two sleepy people (Jim Hall); The nearness of you; One morning in May; Blue orchids (Frank Wess); Georgia on my mind; Stardust (Shirley Horn); Skylark.
%Blue Note 535.985.2 £15.99
The CHARLESTON CHASERS – No relation to the previously mentioned group. This
is a British outfit recorded March 2000. 19 tracks .
Five foot two, eyes of blue; Let me sing and I’ll be happy; Shanghai shuffle; The mooche;
Lulu’s back in town; Ten cents a dance; Meadow lark; Mood indigo; Happy feet; Ain’t
she sweet; You’re getting to be a habit with me; Crying for the Carolines etc.
%Mac Jazz MAC CD 001 £12.99
KENNY CLARKE “The Chronological” series 1948-50 with Milt Jackson, John Lewis.
Out of nowhere; I’m in the mood for love; Conglomeration; You go to my head; Roll ‘em Bags Don’t blame me; Robbin’s nest; These foolish things; I’ll get you yet etc.
%Classics 1214 £9.99
BILL COLEMAN with The Tony Milliner Sextet. “A Smooth One” Rec. “live” in
Manchester, May 1967. .Three little words; I want a little girl; A smooth one; Indiana; Cute; Caravan; Don’t be that way; I can’t get started; Hollering at the Watkins etc. 2 CDs for the price of 1. %Jasmine JASCD 628 £11.99
RAY CONNIFF “’S Wonderful” The Big Band Years . Conniff featured with the bands
of Artie Shaw, Harry James, Bunny Berigan and Glen Gray 1939-47
Little Gate’s special; Prelude in C major; To a Broadway rose; Who’s excited; Easy;
Moten swing; Beaumont ride; These foolish things; Needlenose; Jumpin’ on the merry-go-round; September song; East Coast blues; ‘S wonderful etc.
%Jasmine JASMCD 2585 £6.99
The DUNSTAN COULBER Quartet “Standards for a New Century” w. John Pearce etc.
You do something to me; The very thought of you; For all we know; No moon at all; I
Love Paris; Blue room; You took advantage of me; Soon; I got it bad etc.
%Nagel-Heyer NHCD 081 £14.99
KENNY DAVERN “A Night With Eddie Condon” featuring Bernie Privin, Dill Jones
Lou McGarity; Eddie Condon, Jack Lesberg, Cliff Leeman. Rec. “live” April 1971
At the Jazz Band Ball; Rosetta; Royal Garden blues; Ain’t misbehavin’; Jazz me blues;
Rose of Washington Square; I can’t get started; China boy; Rose room etc.
%Arbors Jazz ARCD 1238 £14.99
EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS With The Pat Smythe Trio & Harold McNair. “live” in
Manchester 1967 Two CDs for the price of One
Gal in calico; On Green Dolphin Street; On a clear day; Moonlight in Vermont; The shadow of your smile; Four; Oh, gee; Intermission riff; West Coast blues; Speak low etc.
%Jasmine JASCD 629 £11.99
MILES DAVIS “At Olympia, Paris, Mar. 1960 with John Coltrane, Wynton Kelly, Paul
Chambers, Jimmy Cobb.
All of you; So what; On Green Dolphin Street; Walkin’; Bye bye blackbird; Oleo etc.
%LaserLight 36.130 £8.99 Two-CD set.
SAM DONAHUE & His Orchestra “Dance Date” Rec. circa 1955.
Theme for dancing; Roses of Picardy; There’s a small hotel; Love scene; Robbin’s nest;
He’s funny that way; Poor butterfly; Body and soul; I only have eyes for you; September song; Taboo; All the things you are; Heart of my heart; It never entered my mind etc.
% U.S. Collector’s Choice CCM 0243 £14.99
The Fabulous DORSEY BROTHERS Orchestra. 24 Original Recordings 1928-35.
My melancholy baby; Out of the dawn; It’s right here for you; She’s funny that way; Let’s do it, let’s fall in love;My kinda love; Mean to me; When I take my sugar to tea;
It don’t mean a thing; Mood Hollywood; By heck; Stop, look and listen etc. etc.
%Living Era CDAJA 5415 £8.99
This is TOMMY DORSEY & His Orchestra. Vol. 1. 20 Original Recordings with Sinatra,
Berigan, Buddy Rich, Ziggy Elman etc.
I’m getting sentimental over you; Stardust; Marie; Song of India; Once in a while; The lady is a tramp; Who? Music, maestro, please; Boogie woogie; Hawaiian war chant; I’ll
Be seeing you; East of the sun; I’ll never smile again; Street of dreams; Opus one etc.
%U.S. Collectables COL CD 2815 £14.99
TOMMY DORSEY & His Orchestra “Not So Quiet Please” w. Sinatra, Stafford etc.
I’m getting sentimental over you; I thought about you; I’ve got my eyes on you; Easy does it; Careless; Blues no more; Darn that dream; So what!; Back stage at the ballet; For
You; Always in my heart; Not so quiet please; etc. etc.
%Jazz Band EBCD 2179.2 £10.99
LES ELGART & His Orchestra “The Band With That Sound” & “Designs for Dancing”
Cheerful little earful; If I had my way; Do you ever think of me; The man I love; Blue moon; Begin the beguine; The nearness of you; Stumbling; Moonglow; East of the sun;%U.S. Collectables COL CD 6890 £14.99
DUKE ELLINGTON & His Orchestra
The Treasury Shows Vol. 1 2-CD set 45 tracks. Time: 124 mins.
%D.E.T.S. 903.9001 £18.99
The Treasury Shows Vol. 2 2-CD set 46 tracks. Time: 125 mins
%D.E.T.S. 903.9002 £18.99 (continued….)
The Treasury Shows Vol. 3 2-CD set 52 tracks. Time : 142 mins.
%D.E.T.S. 903.9003 £18.99
The Treasury Shows Vol. 4 2-CD set 51 tracks. Time: 142 mins.
DUKE ELLINGTON – The 1969 All-Star White House Tribute Concert – First Release.
The orchestra comprises Duke Ellington, Louie Bellson, Bill Berry, Dave Brubeck, Paul
Desmond, Urbie Green, Jim Hall, Earl Hines, Milt Hinton, J.J. Johnson, Hank Jones, Mary Mayo, Gerry Mulligan, Billy Taylor, Clark Terry & Joe Williams.28 familiar tracks
%Blue Note 535.249.2 £15.99
ELLINGTON’S SMALL UNITS. 1935-1941. Rex Stewart, Cootie Williams, Johnny
Hodges, Barney Bigard. 22 tracks including : Tea and trumpets; Mobile Bay; Delta mood; The boy from Harlem; Echoes of Harlem; Give it up; Clouds in my heart; Frolic Sam; Barney goin’ easy; Jeep’s blues; The Jeep is jumping; Hodge-podge; Squaty Roo et.
%Jazz Archives 160102 £8.99
DUKE ELLINGTON & His Orchestra. “Champs-Elysees Theater, Paris” Jan. 1965.
23 tracks of familiar Ellington repertoire on a 2-CD set LaserLight 36.131 £8.99.
DUKE ELLINGTON & His Orch.. “Complete Musicraft Recordings” 17 tracks incl:.
Diminuendo in blue; Magenta haze; Sultry sunset; Happy-go-lucky local; Blue skies;
Tulip or turnip; Overture to a Jam Session; Jam-a-ditty; Perdido; Take the “A” train etc.
%Definitive Records DRCD 11215 £10.99
DUKE ELLINGTON & His Orch. Plays Strayhorn. 24 tracks incl:.Something to live for;
I’m checkin’ out; Day dream; Take the “A” train;Just a-sittin’ and a-rockin’; Passion flower; Chelsea Bridge; My little brown book; Johnny come lately; Kissing bug; Midriff
%Indigo IGOCD 2138 £6.99
WALLY FAWKES-STAN GREIG Jazz Jurassics. Rec. 1999-2000.
Lucky duck; Comes love; Day dream; Revolutionary blues; La Rosita; The nearness of
you; The very thought of you; Bechet’s wedding day; Buddy Bolden’s blues; Wabash bl.
MACJazz MAC CD 003 £12.99
BUD FREEMAN’S Summa Cum Laude Orchestra. Rec. 1957 w. Jimmy McPartland, etc.
China boy; Sugar; Lisa; Nobody’s sweetheart; Chicago; At sundown; Prince of wails;
There’ll be some changes made; At the Jazz Band Ball; Jack hits the road etc.
%RCA Import 74321.89828.2 £12.99
DIZZY GILLESPIE Quintet “At Salle Pleyel 1960” and “Olympia 1965”. “Gillespiana
Suite”; Caravan; One note samba; Con alma; Umh,umh; Tin tin dea; Oh Joe etc.
%LaserLight 36.132 £8.99
BENNY GOODMAN & His Orchestra “Bluebird’s Best” w. Harry James, Gene Krupa
14 tracks incl.: King Porter stomp; Sometimes I’m happy; Swingtime in the Rockies;
Bugle call rag; It’s been so long; Peckin’; Sing, sing, sing; If dreams come true; Wrappin’
It up; Bach goes to town; And the angels sing; Don’t be that way; Wrappin’ it up etc.
%RCA-Bluebird 09026.63902.2 £6.49
BENNY GOODMAN – The Complete 1947-1949 Small Group Studio Sessions. 2-CD.
48 tracks incl.: Sweet Georgia Brown; Sweet Lorraine; St. Louis blues; I know that you know; I can’t get started; Fine and dandy; Mean to me; I never knew; Lazy river; How high the moon; Cherokee; Nagasaki; The Varsity drag; After hours; I’ll never be the same; At sundown; When you’re smiling; Henderson stomp; Stealin’ apples etc.
%Blue Moon BMCD 99957 £20.99
BENNY GOODMAN “Swing Favourites” Vol. 2 1936-39. 20 tracks including:
Jam session; Bugle call rag; Undecided; Stardust; Whispering; Sugarfoot stomp; Camel
Hop; Lullaby in rhythm; I never knew; Rosetta; One o’clock jump; Wrappin’ it up etc.
%Naxos Jazz 8.120.605 £4.99
BENNY GOODMAN “In Brussels Vols. 1 & 2” (Two LPs on 1 CD). Rec. 1958. 18 trks. (continued…)
Let’s dance; Don’t be that way; Hallelujah; Obsession; Brussels blues; More than you know; The world is waiting for the sunrise; Jubilee; Roll ‘em; Stealin’ apples; Memories of you; Balkan mixed grill; Gershwin medley; Mr. Five by five; St. Louis blues; March of
The Belgian Paratroops; One o’clock jump; Goodbye.
U.S. Import Collectables COL CD 6897 £14.99
STEPHANE GRAPPELLI Meets BARNEY KESSEL. Rec. 1969. 12 re-mastered traks.
I remember Django; Honeysuckle rose; I can’t get started; What a difference a day made;
More than you know; I found a new baby; How high the moon; Willow weep for me etc.
%Black Lion CD 877647.2 £9.99
STEPHANE GRAPPELLI “Vintage Grappelli” Two previously available CDs in one
Double CD package “At The Winery” and “Vintage 1981”: You are the sunshine of my life; Love for sale; Chicago; Taking a chance on love; Minor swing; Let’s fall in love; Blue moon; Jamie; I’m coming Virginia; I can’t get started; If I had you and many more.
%Concord Double CCD 4977.2 £15.99
BOBBY HACKETT “Plays The Music of Louis Armstrong” and “Tony Bennett’s Hits”
Two LPs on One CD. 22 tracks.: Don’t forget to mess around when you’re doing the Charleston; Brother Bill; I want a big butter and egg man; Gatemouth blues; Someday
you’ll be sorry; Wild man blues; Swing that music etc. Smile; Put on a happy face; The
good life; Rags to riches; Just in time; Stranger in paradise; I wanna be around etc.
%U.S. Import Collectables COL CD 6697 £14.99
BOBBY HACKETT “Plays the Music of Henry Mancini and Bert Kaempfert”. Two LPs
On One CD. 24 tracks including: Theme from Peter Gunn; Baby elephant walk; Days of wine and roses; Joanna; Moon River etc. Danke schoen; Wonderland by night; Swinging
Safari; The bass walks; Sunday in Madrid; Now and forever etc.
%U.S. Import Collectables COL CD 7411 £14.99
BOBBY HACKETT “Plays music from “Sweet Charity” and “Oliver” 2 LPs on 1 CD
%U.S. Import Collectables COL CD 7410 £14.99
TUBBY HAYES Quartet “For Members Only” “Live ‘67” :Dear John B; Dolphin dance; Dedicated to Joy; Finky minky; This is all I ask; Change of setting; Interview; Conversations at dawn; Nobody else but me; You know I care; Mexican green plus 2.
%Miles Music MMCD 086 £14.99
TED HEATH & His Music “Nice One Ted !” – 25 tracks including Hindustan; Swanee river; Song of the vagabonds; Two guitars; Lyonia; Roumanian roundabout; The nearness
Of you; Colonel Bogey; Rag mop; Blue skies march; London fog; Move; Saxophone mambo; You’re nearer; Father Knickerbopper; El Abanico; Post horn boogie etc. etc.
%Memoir CDMOIR 565 £9.99
EDDIE HEYWOOD & His Orchestra “The Chronological” Series 1946-47. 22 tracks
Temptation; Heywood’s blues; I don’t know why; It’s only a paper moon; Laura; Sweet
And lovely; Yesterdays; The moon was yellow; Heywood’s boogie; The Continental etc.
%Classics 1219 £9.99
ILLINOIS JACQUET “Jumpin’ at The Apollo” with Sir Charles Thompson, Joe Newman, Freddie Green etc. 1945 & 1946 recordings. Tracks include Diggin’ The Count
Bottoms up; Ghost of a chance; South Street special; Robbin’s nest; What’s this; Memories of you; She’s funny that way; Jumpin’ at the woodside ; Jacquet bounce etc.
%Delmark DE 538 £14.99
HARRY JAMES & His Orchestra “The Chronological” series 1942-44. 22 tracks incl.:
Mr. Five-by-five; I’ve heard that song before; Memphis blues; Velvet moon; Feet draggin’ blues; The sad sack; Blue Lou; Charmaine; Mexico City; Too marvellous for words; On The Alamo; I’ll walk alone; There goes that song again; Beginning to see light
%Classics 1227 £9.99
HARRY JAMES & His Orchestra “Juke Box Jamboree” and “Jazz Session” 2 LPs on 1
Little things mean a lot; Three coins in the fountain; The high and the mighty; The touch; Ruby; Serenata; Smile; Muskrat ramble; One for my baby; Tenderly; Moonlight fiesta;
Route 66; I’ll remember April; Concerto for clarinet; Stealin’ apples; Perdido etc.
%U.S. Import Collectables COL CD 7414 £14.99
HARRY JAMES & His Orchestra “At The Hollywood Palladium” & “Trumpet after
Midnight” 2 LPs on 1 CD. 22 tracks including Palladium party; Bye bye blues; Ain’t
She sweet; Sugar foot stomp; Moonlight Bay; Midnight sun; Moanin’ low; Flash; Judy;
Autumn leaves; How deep is the ocean; Symphony; I had the craziest dream; Lush life +
%U.S. Import Collectables COL CD £14.99
THE JAZZ FIVE ”The Five of Us” featuring Vic Ash and Harry Klein, Brian Dee etc.
Rec.1960 There it is; The five of us; ‘P on my soul; Autumn leaves; Hootin’; Still life.
%Jasmine JAS CD 623 £11.99
HANK JONES “The Definitive” with George Duvivier, Oliver Jackson. Rec. 1977
I remember you; Young no more; You took advantage of me; Love walked in; I’ll be
Around; Let’s fall in love; It’s the talk of the town; Like someone in love; etc.
%Black & Blue BB 947.2 £13,99
THAD JONES-MEL LEWIS Big Band “Consummation” Rec.1970: Dedication; It only
happens every time; Tiptoe; A child is born; Us; Ahunk ahunk; Fingers; Consummation.
%Blue Note 538.226.2 £9.99
BARNEY KESSEL “Autumn Leaves” with Kenny Napper, John Marshall etc. 1968.
Re-mastered. Autumn leaves;Quiet nights; On a clear day; Aquarius; The look of love; I will wait for you; Watch what happens; Watch the birds go by; Blue soul; Comin’ home
%Black Lion CD 877634.2 £9.99
MICHEL LEGRAND by Michel LeGrand : I will wait for you; The windmills of your mind; The summer knows; How do you keep the music playing; Watch what happens; What are you doing the rest of your life; Summer me, winter me; You must believe in spring; Once upon a summertime; Ordinary man; His eyes, her eyes; Hands of time etc.
%Decca 468.512.2 £15.99
MUNDELL LOWE Quintet “A Grand Night for Swinging” Rec.1957 w.Gene Quill,
Billy Taylor, Ed Thigpen, Les Grinage.: It’s a grand night for swinging; Blues before Freud; Easy to love; It could happen to you; Love me or leave me; Crazy rhythm + 1
%Riverside OJCCD 1940.2 £8.99
PHIL MASON’S New Orleans All-Stars w. Christine Tyrrell. Rec.1992. 16 tracks.
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; Poor butterfly etc.
%Lake LACD 153 £12.99
DAVE McKENNA, SCOTT HAMILTON, JAKE HANNA “No Bass Hit” and “Major
League” Two previously issued full price CDs now re-released as a double at single price
But not for me; If dreams come true; Long ago and far away; Drum boogie; I love you,
Samantha; Easy to love; Get happy; A pretty girl is like a melody; Linger awhile; This is
All I ask; September in the rain; April in Paris; It all depends on you and more.
%Concord CCD2.2123.2 £15.99
RAY McKINLEY & His Orchestra “You Came Along way From St. Louis” Digitally
Re-mastered. 25 tracks including Howdy friends; Meet me at no special place; Red silk stockings and green perfume;Hangover Square; Hoodle-addle; Patience and fortitude;
Thou swell; Mama’s gone, goodbye; Similau; The blue room; Cincinnati etc. etc.
%Avid AMSC 735 £7.49
GLENN MILLER & His Orchestra “Bluebird’s Best” Some familiar, some not so familiar, some broadcasts, the odd soundtrack – worth adding to the collection. 14 tracks.
American patrol; Chattanooga choo choo; In the mood (b’cast); The story of a starry night; At last (S/T from Sun Valley Serenade); Tuxedo Junction; Blue moonlight; Blues
In the night (b’cast); Sleepy Town train; The angels came through; I got rhythm (b’cast);
This time the dream’s on me; Let’s have another cup of coffee; Anchors aweigh (b’cast).
%RCA-Bluebird 09026.639002 £6.49
The NEW YORK All-Stars “Play Lionel Hampton” Vol.2 Rec.1998 with Randy Sandke,
Roy Williams, Dave Green, Eddie Metz etc.: Seven come eleven; Stompin’ at The Savoy;
Hamp’s boogie woogie; Stardust; How high the moon; Pennies from heaven; Air mail
Special (alt. take); Avalon (alt. take).
%Nagel-Heyer NHCD 077 £14.99
The NOTTINGHAM JAZZ Orchestra “Sixteen Men Swinging !” : Perdido; I didn’t know about you; Abbie’s blues; Basie boogie; Travellin’ light; Flying home; Chelsea Bridge; ‘Deed I do; Parkinson’s Law; Just when we’re falling in love; Mean what you say; Carmello’s by the Freeway; It might as well be spring; Griff’s groove plus one.
%Sine Records SND 0111 £10.00
CHARLIE PARKER “The Chronological” 1950 w. Monk, Diz, Buddy Rich, Al Haig etc. 22 tracks including Star eyes; Blues; I’m in the mood for love; My melancholy baby; Leap frog; Dancing in the dark; Laura; East of the sun; Easy to love; April in Paris etc.
%Classics 1222 £9.99
JOHN PIZZARELLI with The GEORGE SHEARING Quintet “The Rare Delight of You” Rec. Oct. 2001: If dreams come true; The lady’s in love with you; Everything happens to me; Lulu’s back in town; Something to remember you by; Lemon twist; Lost
April; The rare delight of you; Shine on your shoes; Indian summer; Be careful it’s my
Heart; September in the rain; I predict; Lucky to be me etc.
%Telarc CD 83546 £14.99
JIMMY SMITH Trio “Salle Pleyel, Paris” May 28, 1965. Two-CD set.
Blue bash; The sermon; Mack the knife; Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf; Goldfinger;
Some of my best friends are blues; Satin doll; Walk on the wild side; More; Back at the Chicken Shack; I got a woman; Organ Grinder’s swing; Night in Tunisia etc.
%LaserLight 36.135 £8.99
EARLE SPENCER & His New Band Sensation of 1946. Live Performances at Casino
Gardens and Studio Recordings 1946-49. Following in Stan Kenton’s footsteps !
31 tracks on two CDs including Bolero in boogie; Concerto for guitar; Production on
melody; Soft and warm; Earle meets Stan; Rhapsody in boogie; Amber moon; Piano
interlude; Gangbusters; Spenceria;I may be wrong; The flying saucer; E.S. boogie etc.
%Fresh Sound FSR CD 2501 2-CD set £21.99
BUDDY TATE “The Chronological” series 1945-1950. 25 tracks incl.: Grand slam; Baby, it’s up to you; How am I to know; Vine Street breakdown; Kansas City local;
Early morning blues; Blue and sentimental; Rock with me mama; Good morning Judge +
%Classics 1207 £9.99
ART TATUM Quartet “The Tatum Group Masterpieces” Vol.8. 24-bit re-mastered
Ben Webster, Red Callender, Bill Douglass. Gone with the wind; All the things you are; Have you met Miss Jones ?; My one and only love; Night and day; My ideal; Where or when plus 3 alternate takes. %Pablo PACD20.431.2 £8.99
JACK TEAGARDEN “King of the Blues Trombone” 2-CD Set compilation 0f 48 trks.
Whoopee stomp; Bugle call rag; When you’re smiling; Dirty dog; Bag o’ blues; Diga diga doo; It’s so good; If I could be with you one hour tonight; Loveless love; Dancing with tears in my eyes; Texas tea party; A hundred years from today; China boy; As long as I live; Stars fell on Alabama; Ain’t misbehavin’; Somebody loves me; Peg o’ my heart; I Got a right to sing the blues; Beale Street blues; Swinging on the Teagarden Gate etc.
%U.S. Import Collector’s Choice CCM 0279.2
FRANKIE TRUMBAUER “The Chronological” series 1928-1929. 25 tracks Eddie Lang
Bix etc. The Love nest; Japanese sandman; Futuristic rhythm; Raisin’ the roof; Louise;
Baby, won’t you please come home; What a day; Got a feelin’ for you; Shivery stomp etc
%Classics 1216 £9.99
CHARLIE VENTURA “Bop for the People” He brought bebop to a wider audience by
“smoothing-out” the musical innovations of Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie. His “Bop for the People” ensemble was probably the most popular band during the late ‘40s.
This box set features the best sides by this, now largely forgotten, big-toned tenor player.
87 tracks on 4 CDs with 40-page illustrated booklet. Vcls. from Jackie Cain & Roy Kral.
%ProperBox 41 £16.99
LU WATTERS & His Yerba Buena Jazz Band – “Doing The Hambone at Kelly’s” Vol.2
With Clancy Hayes and His Washboard Five. 24 tracks including Maple Leaf rag; Ostrich walk; Oh by jingo; Sailing down Chesapeake Bay; Silver dollar; Alabamy bound;
Doctor Jazz; Beale Street blues; Shake that thing; Tin roof blues; Sweet Georgia Brown et
%Jasmine JASMCD 2590 £6.99
BEN WEBSTER Quartet “Gone with the Wind” Rec.1965 w. Kenny Drew, Alex Riel,
Orsted Pedersen: Perdido; Yesterdays; I’m gonna sit right down and write myself a letter;
Set call; Sunday; That’s all; Gone with the wind; Over the rainbow; Indiana; Misty etc.
%Black Lion CD 8776.44.2 £9.99
GERALD WIGGINS “The Chronological” series 1950. 16 tracks including The Wig;
Orient Express; Coffee time; Limehouse blues; S’posin’; I get a kick out of you; Three
Little words; Too marvellous for words; Have you met Miss Jones; Candy etc.
%Classics 1218 £9.99
TEDDY WILSON Quartet & Trio “The Chronological” series 1947-1950. 23 tracks
Sheik of Araby; Limehouse blues; After you’ve gone; Georgia on my mind; Whispering; As time goes by; Isn’t it romantic; These foolish things; Just one of those things; Fine
and dandy; Ghost of a chance; Honeysuckle rose; I can’t give you anything but love etc.
%Classics 1224 £9.99
TEDDY WILSON “Cole Porter Classics” 24-bit remastered. Rec.1977.: Get out of town;
Just one of those things; I get a kick out of you; I love you; It’s all right with me; Love for
Sale; Easy to love; I’ve got you under my skin; What is this thing called love etc.
%Black Lion CD 8776.48.2 £9.99
TEDDY WILSON with the DAVE SHEPHERD Quartet. Rec. 1968: Stompin’ at The
Savoy; Satin doll; Undecided; Take the “A” train; Poor butterfly; Flying home; I’ll never
Be the same; Shine; Avalon; Airmail special; Shiny stockings; After you’ve gone.
%Lake LACD 161 £12.99
TONY BENNETT “Playin’ With My Friends” featuring duets with Ray Charles, Natalie
Cole, Billy Joel, B.B. King, Diana Krall, k.d. lang, Bonnie Raitt, Kay Starr, Stevie Wonder and the songs: Alright, O.K. you win; Everyday I have the blues; Don’t cry baby;
Let the good times roll; Evenin’; Old Count Basie is gone; Blue & sentimental etc.
%Columbia 504.175.2 £15.99
TONY BENNETT “More Songs from the Heart” 19 tracks including This funny world; I used to be colourblind; Who can I turn to; Spring is here; I could write a book;You tookAdvantage of me; My romance; You’re nearer; One; Have you met Miss Jones etc.
%Music Club MCCD 419 £6.99
NAT KING COLE “Sings Standards” 22 Unforgettable Melodies including: Fly me to the moon; The more I see you; When you’re smiling; Your cheatin’ heart; I could have danced all night; The girl from Ipanema; The late, late show; April in Paris; Pretend; For
All we know; Nature boy; A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square etc.
%Capitol 539.398.2 £9.99
NB. Also available in this series “Sings Standards” Peggy Lee, Bobby Darin, Shirley Bassey, Julie London, Vikki Carr, June Christy and Matt Monro – all £9.99 each
HARRY CONNICK Jr. “30” : I’m walkin’”; Chattanooga choo choo; Somewhere my love; The gypsy; If I were a bell; Way down yonder in New Orleans; Don’t fence me in;
Speak softly love; There is always one more time; Don’t like goodbyes etc.
%Columbia 504.774.2 £14.99
BING CROSBY “Bing Sings” Three-CD set – 57 tracks including Sweet and lovely; Miss you; If you please; I’ll be seeing you; Say it isn’t so; My heart is taking lessons; I love you Samantha; plus duets with Frank Sinatra; Exactly like you; Whispering; Start
The day right; Dinah; Love is just around the corner; Here is my heart; Mack the knife etc
%Music Digital CD 55314 £9.99
MICHAEL FEINSTEIN & The Israel Philharmonic Orch. : The Folks who live on the hill; The best is yet to come; By myself; Spring will be a little late this year; Stormy weather;Laura; On a clear day; Love is here to stay; Somewhere; I won’t send roses etc.
%Concord CCD 4987.2 £15.99
LAURA FYGI “Change”: Midnight stroll; Every moment; Change; Girl talk; Enfant terrible; How do I win your heart; Latin eyes; Remember me; I belong; Eternal honeymoon; No small talk please; You can’t judge; Loved you so long etc.
%Mercury 586.507.2 £14.99
JUDY GARLAND “Over The Rainbow … and beyond” A Two-CD Set containing 53
Songs recorded 1936 – 1950 including Stompin’ at The Savoy; Everybody sing; You made me love you (Dear Mr. Gable); You can’t have everything; In between; I’m just
Wild about Harry; Zing! Went the strings; Embraceable you; Friendship; Our love affair;
For me and my gal; That old black magic; But not for me; I got rhythm; The boy next door; You’ll never walk alone; Who; I wish I were in love again; A couple of swells etc.
%Living Era CD AJS 264 ££14.99
The HI-LO’S “Happen to Bossa Nova and Folk Songs” – 2 LPs on one CD (Reprise).
Carnaval; Let’s go to Brazil; A new dream; One note samba; The duck; Desafinado; No
More blues; Careless love; Yellow rose of Texas; Cotton fields; Michael row the boat etc.
%Koch DRG 5256 £13.99
LENA HORNE with Lennie Hayton’s Orch. “Stormy Weather” 21 tracks incl.Out of this world; Summertime; Mad about the boy; Just one of those things; I have dreamed; That old feeling; Wouldn’t it be lovely; From this moment on . RCA 09026. 639112 £9.99
HOWARD KEEL – 12 tracks : There’s no business like showbusiness; Anything you can do; The girl that I marry; They say it’s wonderful; My defences are down; Why do I love you; Only make believe; You are love; House of singing bamboo; Pagan love song etc.
%Music Digital CD 6353 £3.99
GENE KELLY “Movie Songs …and more” Singin’ in the rain’; I got rhythm; Take me out to the ball game; Let yourself go; ‘S wonderful; Almost like being in love; Long ago and far away; Doin’ the low down; Baby doll; My baby just cares for me etc.
%Music digital CD 6312 £3.99
LAYTON & JOHNSTONE – 27 Original Recordings 1926 – 1935 incl.: Always; Bye bye blackbird; Black bottom; Charmaine; Sometimes I’m happy; If I had a talking picture of you; Dancing with tears in my eyes; Little white lies; Oh, Donna Clara; Time on my
Hands; Life is just a bowl of cherries; By a waterfall; Auf wiederseh’n my dear etc.
%Living Era CD AJA 5426 £8.99
PEGGY LEE Original Recordings 1941 – 1950 with Benny Goodman & Dave Barbour.
Why don’t you do right; My old flame; Blues in the night; That old feeling; Waiting for the train to come in; I don’t know enough about you; It’s a good day; Golden earrings;
Manana; Don’t smoke in bed; Bali Ha’I; Caramba! It’s the samba etc
%Naxos Jazz 8.120642 £4.99
PEGGY LEE - Compilation of “live” broadcasts made during the summer of 1947 with
Woody Herman, Dave Barbour, Benny Goodman and Jess Stacy. 15 tracks including:
Somebody loves me; As long as I’m dreaming; When the red, red robin…; Aincha ever
Coming back; It takes a long, long train; On the sunny side of the street; Up a lazy river
%Magic DAWE 102 £10.99
PEGGY LEE - It’s a Good Day. 50 Original recordings 1941 – 1951 including Elmer’s tune; Why don’t you do right; That old feeling; I don’t know enough about you; It’s all over now; There’ll be some changes made; Sugar; Golden earrings; ‘Deed I do; Them there eyes; Manana; Don’t smoke in bed; Bali ha’i; Ghost riders in the sky; I get ideas etc
%Living Era 2-CD set CD AJS 266 £14.99
NELLIE LUTCHER “Hurry on Down” Yet another re-issue of her biggest hits !
Fine brown frame; Come and get it honey; Hurry on down; My mother’s eyes; He’s a real gone guy; The one I love; Let me love you tonight; He sends me; Lutcher’s leap etc.
%Empress RAJCD 920 £5.99
JOHNNY MERCER Sings with Jo Stafford, Bing Crosby; Judy Garland, Nat King Cole etc. 26 Original recordings including Lazybones; Small fry; Mr. Crosby & Mr. Mercer;
Friendship; Cuckoo in the clock; They didn’t believe me; The old music master; Blues in
the night; G.I. Jive; Candy; A gal in calico; One for my baby; Winter wonderland etc.
%Living Era CD AJA 5430 £8.99
THE MERRY MACS “Harmonious Hits” The Hut Sut song; By-u, By-o (The Louisiana
Lullaby); Deep in the heart of Texas; Jingle, jangle, jingle; Breathless; Dolores (w.Bing);
Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition; I’m ridin’ for a fall; Sentimental journey; etc.
%U.S. Collector’s Choice CCM 025.2 £14.99
MATT MONRO Sings the Standards. Includes Strangers in the night; Unchained melody; People; Somewhere; When I fall in love; Stardust; Over the rainbow; As long as she needs me; The long and winding road; Let’s face the music and dance; For all we know; The shadow of your smile; My way; The impossible dream; Maria etc.
%EMI 539.507.2 £9.99
MARTHA RAYE “Sweetheart of Song”: Honeysuckle rose; I’ll remember April; Blue
skies; Summertime; Melancholy baby; I can’t get started; That old feeling etc.
%U.S. Collector’s Choice CCM 1027 £10.99
DELLA REESE : Della. Orch . cond. By Neal Hefti. 24 tracks incl. Lady is a tramp; If I could be with you one hour tonight; Let’s get away from it all; Thou swell; You’re driving me crazy; Goody goody; And the angels sing; I’ll get by; Blue skies; Someday
you’ll want me to want you; Baby won’t you please come home etc.
%RCA-Victor 09026.639122 £9.99
DELLA REESE “Swing, Slow and Cha Cha Cha” 26 tracks incl. Come on a-my house;
Why don’t you do right; Diamonds are a girl’s best friend; When a woman loves a man;
You’re nobody till somebody loves you; Tea for two; Call me; Let’s get away from it all
%RCA 74321.84439.2 £14.99
This is LUCY REED. Rec. 1957 with Art Farmer, Barry Galbraith, Milt Hinton etc.
Lucky to be me; In the wee small hours of the morning; St. Louis blues; Easy come, easy
go; Love for sale; Little boy blue; This is new; No moon at all; You don’t know what love
is; Born to blow the blues; A trout no doubt; There he goes.
%Fantasy OJCCD 1943.2 £8.99
DINAH SHORE & The Original Broadway Company “Call Me Madam” plus Dinah sings from The Irving Berlin Songbook incl. It’s a lovely day today; The best thing for you; Blue skies; How deep is the ocean; You keep coming back like a song; Remember+
%Flare ROYCD 222 £8.99
MEL TORME “Goes South of the Border” with BILLY MAY & His Orchestra. New LPR series from Universal. Straight re-issue of the original LP but 24-bit remastered.
Malaguena; Frenesi; Adios; Baia; Six lessons from Madame La Zonga; Rosita; South of the border; Nina; Cuban love song; Perfidia; The rhumba jumps; Vaya con Dios.
%Verve 589.517.2 £9.99
NB. See enclosed leaflet for other releases in the series.
CHARLES TRENET “La Mer” and 17 other tracks (in French). Remastered.
%Naxos Nostalgia 8.120.530 £4.99
SARAH VAUGHAN “Ballads” Compilation of recordings 1960-63. including All or
Nothing at all; Midnight sun; Dreamy; You go to my head; 'Round midnight; The second
Time around; Lover man; In a sentimental mood; Solitude; If I had you etc.
%Roulette 537.561.2 £9.99
DINAH WASHINGTON “The Queen Sings”. She could sing anything, whether it
Was the blues, R & B, jazz or pop, she was clearly at ease and in command. Her
singing voice, emotional and with a diamond hard edge, was in keeping with
whatever she sang, adding resonance to blues and profound songs, acerbic wit to trite
songs, and making many love songs unbearably moving. This survey, contained on
4 CDs remastered includes all her commercial recordings from 1944 until 1951 and
a 44-page illustrated booklet. 109 tracks. %Proper PROPERBOX 43 £16.99
DINAH WASHINGTON “Ballads” Compilation of recordings made 1962-63 incl.:
Lover man; I wanna be around; I didn’t know about you; Funny thing; I’ll close my eyes;
The show must go on; If it’s the last thing I do; He’s gone again; These foolish things;
For all we know; What’s new; Baby won’t you please come home; Stranger on earth.
%Roulette 537.559.2 £9.99
LEE WILEY with Billy Butterfield & His Orch. “A Touch of the Blues”: Memphis blues;
From the land of the sky blue water; Ace in the hole; Someday you’ll be sorry; A hundred
years from today; Melancholy baby; Blues in my heart; Maybe you’ll be there; Between
the devil and the deep blue sea; I don’t want to walk without you; Make believe + title.
%RCA 74321.903012.2 £12.99
NANCY WILSON “The Ultimate” 24 tracks including Born free; Fly me to the moon; Call me irresponsible; Can’t take my eyes off you; For once in my life; I’ll never stop loving you; Moon River; Hello Dolly; The more I see you; Let’s fall in love; Miss Otis regrets; Alfie; Angel eyes; On the street where you live; The very thought of you etc.
%Capitol 535.933.2 £9.99
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – A Vintage Portrait – Compilation. 22 tracks including
Sidewalks of New York; Broadway Melody; Give my regards to Broadway; Stairway to the stars; Forty Second Street; Slumming on Park Avenue; Harlem airshaft(Duke E.); Harlem nocturne(Randy Brooks); Manhattan(Mickey Rooney); Slaughter on 10th Avenue
(Lennie Hayton MGM Studio); Manhattan serenade(TD w.Jo Stafford); Autumn in New
York(Sinatra); Lullaby of Broadway(Dick Powell); Manhattan Tower(Gordon Jenkins Orch & vocalists)Original recordings 1926–1949. Living Era CD AJA 5441 £8.99
TONY MARTIN – 25 Original Mono recordings 1936 – 1951 including I’ll see you in my dreams; When did you leave heaven; The moon of manakoora; September song; South of the border; Perfidia; Fools rush in; Tonight we love; Tenement Symphony; Why do I love you; To each his own; Make believe; All the things you are; Begin the beguine; For every man there’s a woman; It’s magic; Marta; There’s no tomorrow; Valencia etc.
%Living Era CD AJA 8433 £8.99
ELLA FITZGERALD Vol. 2 “It’s The Way that you Do It” – 20 tracks including I found
My yellow basket; Organ Grinder’s swing; My last affair; You’ll have to swing it (Mr. Paganini); Everybody step; Dipsy doodle; Don’t worry ‘bout me etc. 1936-39 recordings.
%Naxos Jazz Legends 8.120.611 £4.99
JOE VENUTI with EDDIE LANG “Stringing The Blues” 1926-1931 recordings incl.
The wild cat; Stringing the blues; Kickin’ the cate; Beatin’ the dog; Dinah; Goin’ places;
Running ragged; Really blue; I’ve found a new baby; Little buttercup etc.
%Naxos Jazz Legends 8.120.614 £4.99
SIDNEY BECHET Vol.. 2 “Blackstick” Recordings from 1938 – 1950. 18 tracks incl.
Sweet Sue, just you; Careless love; Summertime; Weary blues; Milk cow blues; Shake ‘em up; Georgia on my mind; Tiger rag; Kansas City man blues; Polka dot stomp etc.
%Naxos Jazz Legends 8.120.616 £4.99
JUST RELEASED IN THE U.K. !
FRANK SINATRA IN HOLLYWOOD 1940 - 1964
Warner-Reprise 8122. 78285.2 - 6 CD Boxed set and illustrated book
(See IN TUNE Magazine no. 123 – May 2002 for full track listing)
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