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The PEGGY LEE Story.  Peggy Lee’s development from a band singer with Benny

Goodman into one of the world’s foremost song stylists is depicted in this box set.

From her early successes like “Why don’t you do right?” to big early solo hits such

as “Golden Earrings” and “Manana”, here is La Lee at her most relaxed.

This 95-track 4-CD set with 40-page illustrated booklet includes Where or when, My

Old flame, On the sunny side of the street, Somebody loves me, ‘Deed I do; Where are you?, Bali Ha’I, Summertime, ‘S wonderful, This can’t be love, I may be wrong,

Nature boy, All of me, But beautiful, Don’t smoke in bed, Riders in the sky etc.

                                                                                                                   PROPERBOX 45  £16.99

LOUIS JORDAN & HIS TYMPANY FIVE.  The tightest, hippest, most fun-to-be-with outfit on the whole of the club and ballroom circuit in America during the 40’s.

They frequently went “top ten” in the pop charts.

This 92-track 4-CD set with 40-page illustrated booklet includes all his big hits such as Five guys named Mo, Pinetop’s boogie woogie, Knock me a kiss, I’m gonna move to the outskirts of town, Is you is or is you ain’t my baby, Mop mop, G.I. Jive, Beware, Choo choo ch’boogie, Ain’t nobody here but us chickens, Let the good times roll; Open the door Richard; Baby, it’s cold outside; Saturday night fish fry etc.                                                                         PROPERBOX  47 £16.99

NAT KING COLE – A re-packaging  of three previously issued albums into one

Triple-pack at a bargain price. “Singles”, “Let’s fall in love” and “The One & Only”.  60 tracks including Lush life, Because you’re mine, Faith can move mountains, Pretend, Smile, Can’t I?, On the street where you live, Just one of those things, When I fall in love, Almost like being in love, Once in a while, This can’t be love; For all we know; Sweet Lorraine; Love is here to stay; Dance,

Ballerina, dance; Let there be love; Pick yourself up; Stay as sweet as you are; Love letters etc.

                                                  EMI-Capitol 541.637.2  £17.99 (Special price for a limited period)

FRANK SINATRA – A re-packaging of three previously issued albums into one

Triple-pack at a bargain price. “Screen Sinatra”, “20 Classic Tracks” and “Swing Easy”.  54 tracks including From here to eternity, Three coins in the fountain,

Young at heart, Just one of those things, The tender trap, All the way, Chicago, High

Hopes, Come fly with me, Moonlight in Vermont, April in Paris, Dancing in the dark,

Cheek to cheek, I’m gonna sit right down and write myself a letter, Wrap your troubles in dreams, Jeepers creepers, All of me, My funny valentine, The girl next door; A foggy day; I get a kick out of you… and many more.           (Special price for a limited period) EMI-Capitol 497.405.2   £17.99

KARRIN ALLYSON  “In Blue” Rec. Feb. 2002.   13 tracks including: Moanin’; Everybody’s

crying mercy; Long as you’re living; The meaning of the blues; My bluebird; Hum drum blues;

How long has this been going on; Angel eyes etc.                            Concord CCD 2106.2  £15.99                                                                                                          

ERNESTINE ANDERSON  “I love being here with you”.  This special 2-CD collection spot-

Lights this spellbinding, soulful songstress at her best, in a variety of live concert recordings. Guest

Appearances of George Shearing and Nat Pierce/Frankie Capp Juggernaut. 16 tracks incl.: I love

Being here with you; All blues; Down home blues; As long as I live; Spring is here; Street of dreams; Never make your move too soon; I should care; There is no greater love; Skylark etc.

                                                                                                  Concord CCD2. 2126.2         £15.99

BROOK BENTON : It’s just a matter of time; Kiddio; So many ways; Endlessly;

Rainy night in Georgia; The same one; Thank you pretty baby; Boll weevil song;

Baby you’ve got what it takes; A rockin’ good way and many more. Castle-Pulse PLS CD 305 £3.

CILLA BLACK  “The Best of…”  25 tracks  including Anyone who had a heart; You’re my world;

 You’ve lost that lovin’ feeling; Alfie; Step inside love; Sing a rainbow;  Yesterday; Goin’ out of my head; Someone; I’ll have to say I love you in a song; I believe etc.EMI-Gold 541.444.2     £6.49 you

 

 

ISSY BONN – 20 tracks including Let bygones be bygones;You’re still the only girl in the world;

Bless you together; If I had my way; My Yiddishe momme; There I’ve said it again; Till then;

All my love etc.                                                                                       Pulse PLS CD 468  £3.99

CONNEE BOSWELL  “They can’t Take these songs away From Me” 44 tracks.

Including Start the day right; I cried for you; Say it;I can’t give you anything but love;

You are my lucky star; Swing me a lullaby; Basin Street blues; I hadn’t anyone till you; An apple for the teacher; Soon; Between 18th and 19th on Chestnut Street; Dinah;

Yes, indeed; Trust in me; Smoke gets in your eyes; One dozen roses; Remember etc.

JASMINE  JASCD 386  £9.99  (Two CDs for the price of  one)

LAVERNE BUTLER  “A Foolish Thing To Do” : Title track; The end of a love affair; Go away little boy; When I fall in love; Bindi; West Coast blues; Affinity; Just one of those things; Make someone happy; Make it easy on yourself; Never let me go; etc. MaxJazz MXJ 113         £14.99

LAVERNE BUTLER “Blues in the City” : This bitter earth; Please send me someone to love; Hit the road, Jack; Willow weep for me; The blues are out of town; One for my baby; I’m a fool to want you; Born to be blue; Don’t let the sun catch you crying etc.        MaxJazz MXJ 105       £14.99

MAX BYGRAVES “The Legendary”  24 tracks including medleys: Strollin’; By

The light of the silvery moon; Meet me on the corner; Riders in the sky/Mule train etc; Mame; I wish I could sing like Jolson; You’re a pink toothbrush; Mister Sandman

Ballad of Davy Crockett; Friends and neighbours; etc. EMI-GOLD 541.345.2 £6.49

EVA CASSIDY  “Imagine”  All previously unreleased tracks.

It doesn’t matter anymore; Fever; Who knows where the time goes; You’ve changed; Imagine; Still not ready; Early morning rain; Tennessee Waltz; I can only be me; Danny boy.

.                                                          Hot Records G2- 10075  £13.99

ROSEMARY CLOONEY  “Girl Singer” with * Bing Crosby, # Nelson Riddle.

Clap hands here comes Rosie/Everything’s coming up roses; Without love; How about you*; How am I to know; Watermelon heart; Angry; Buffalo gals*; Sweet Betsy from Pike; Get me to the church on time; I’m so lonesome I could cry; Aren’t  you glad you’re you; Shine on harvest moon;

Sway; Cabin in the sky; Something’s gotta give; Love won’t let you get away*

                                                                                       RCA-Bluebird 09026.639272      £6.49

NAT KING COLE  “Here’s to my lady” – 24 tracks including Portrait of Jennie; That’s my girl;

Nature boy; Song of Delilah; Unforgettable; Red sails in the sunset; Little girl; Too young; Lush life;

Mona Lisa; Lost April; Always you; Home etc.               Memoir CDMOIR 566             £9.99

‘NOEL COWARD  Vol. 3 “Mad About The Boy”  Recordings 1932-1943 incl.:Mad about the

 boy; We were dancing; Dearest love; The Stately Homes of England; I’ll see you again; Just let me look at you; Poor little rich girl; London pride; Last time I saw Paris etc. Naxos 8.120623   £4.99

BING CROSBY – Musical numbers from CBS Radio Shows 1943-44 with various guests.  25 tracks including Swinging on a star; Going my way; It had to be you; Don’t fence me in (with The Andrew Sisters); Amor; Bless ‘em all; The one I love; I’ll be seeing you; Is you is or is you ain’t my baby; Oh, what a beautiful morning; Sunday, Monday or always; Pistol packin’ mama (Andrews Sisters); Take it easy; There’s a small hotel; Together etc.  Newsound2000 NFM 007        £6.49

BING CROSBY – At His Best.  Great stuff from Bing’s 1970s repertoire mainly recorded in

England with guests Fred Astaire, Bob Hope etc.  20 tracks incl.: That’s what life is all about;

We’ve only just begun; The best things in life are free; The more I see you; A little love and under-

standing; Cabaret; Send in the clowns; The way we were; Paris holiday(Hope); Spring, spring, spring

(Astaire); A couple of song and dance men(Astaire);               EMI-Gold 541.343.3           £6.49

BOBBY DARIN – “I Got Rhythm20 tracks including Title track; I’m sitting on top of the world; Hello Dolly; Call me irresponsible; Eighteen yellow roses; You made me love you; The days of wine and roses; All by myself; I wonder who’s kissing her now; You’ll never know; All of you etc.                                                                                   EMI-Gold 541.499.2     £6.49

DORIS DAY – Movie Soundtracks from  “Tea for Two”, “On Moonlight Bay” &

“My Dream is Yours”.  Songs include: Crazy rhythm; Here in my arms; I want to be happy; I only have eyes for you; Till we meet again; Cuddle up a little closer; Someone like you; Canadian capers and more.                                                                                 Gt.Movie Themes CD 60053    £5.99

 

 

 

 

DORIS DAY – “It’s Magic” 49 tracks on 2-CDs – it’s magic ! Incl. Sentimental journey; My

dreams are getting better all the time; Till the end of time; Day by day; I got the sun in the morning;

It’s magic; Pretty baby; It’s you or no one; Powder your face with sunshine; Everywhere you go;

Again; Bewitched, bothered and bewildered; Quicksilver; I may be wrong; The very thought of you;

Too marvellous for words; With a song in my heart; I’ll be around; The best thing for you; You’re getting to be a habit with me; Lullaby of Broadway etc.          Proper PVCD 103                 £9.99

JOHNNY DESMOND – The Complete Early Sides with Gene Krupa’s Orch.

The Anniversary waltz; Two in love; This time the dream’s on me; Violets for your

Furs; I think of you; Keep ‘em flying; Day dreaming; Tropical magic; All those

Wonderful years; All through the night etc               Collector’s Choice CCM 300.2        £14.99                                                              

ELLA FITZGERALD Sings Gershwin … and more !  25 tracks including: Lady be good; How long has this been going on; Looking for a boy; I’ve got a crush on you; But not for me; Soon; HowHigh the moon; Robbin’s nest; Guilty; Happy talk; Dream a little dream of me (with Louis); My

Happiness etc.                                                                Living Era CD AJA 5442               £8.99

LEE GIBSON  “Songs of Time and Place” : It’s all right with me; Over the rainbow; New York state of mind;  Our love is here to stay; The summer knows; Lush life; Detour ahead; Where or when; Only yesterday; My shining hour; Everything must change etc. Spotlite SPJCD 568 £10.99

JUDY GARLAND  “The Judy Garland Show” 1963-64.  25 tracks including:

Get happy; Come rain or come shine; Chicago; Moon River; I’ve got my love to keep

me warm; Liza; Be a clown; Smile; When you’re smiling; Last night when we were young; San Francisco; You go to my head etc.   Newsound2000 NFM 009       £6.49

ASA HARRIS  “All In Good Time”: The song is you; Daydream; A time for love; The late, late show; Love for sale; The jitterbug waltz; These foolish things; Wave;

Someone to watch over me; Lullaby of Birdland etc.               MaxJazz MXJ 108        £14.99

AL HIBBLER – The Chronological Series. 1946-1949.  22 tracks including:

I got it bad; Don’t take your love from me; S’posin’; I surrender dear; Solitude; Poor butterfly; It don’t mean a thing; What will I tell my heart. Classics 1234     £9.99

CHRISTINE HITT  - “You’d Be So Nice to Come Home to : Title track; What’ll I do; Dream a little dream of me; Beautiful love; Thou swell; Sometime ago; A time for love; Moonglow; Joy spring; In a mellotone etc.                                                         MaxJazz MXJ 107            £14.99

BILLIE HOLIDAY  “Blue Billie” backed by Buck Clayton, B.G., Hodges, Teddy Wilson, Lester Young etc.  Tracks incl.: Gloomy Sunday; Body & soul; You let me down; God bless the child; Billie’s blues; I cover the waterfront; Moaning low; Am I blue; Loveless love; Night and

Day etc                                                                                     Columbia 508607.2              £9.99.

BILLIE HOLIDAY  “Lady Day Swings”. Backings similar to above. Tracks incl. What a little moonlight can do; Let’s do it; Easy to love; Getting some fun out of life; I hear music; If dreams come true;  I’ve got my love to keep me warm; Fine romance etc. Columbia 508608.2     £9.99

LENA HORNE  “The Young Star” 15 tracks including: Stormy weather; What is this thing called love; Ill wind; The man I love; Where or when; I gotta right to sing the blues; Mad about the boy; Moanin’ low; As long as I live; One for my baby etc. RCA-Bluebird 09026. 639642 £6.4

DAVID HUGHES  “The Best of…” 25 tracks including With these hands; Begin the beguine; Climb every mountain; I’m yours; At last, at last; Kiss of fire; If I had

Wings; Here in my heart; You’ll never walk alone etc. EMI-Gold 541.226.2      £6.49

HELEN HUMES  “In Her Own Words” with Buck Clayton, Teddy Wilson etc.

If I could be with you one hour tonight; Blue and sentimental; I just refuse to sing the

Blues; They raided the joint; Mad about you; Time out for tears; Somebody loves me;

I’ve got the strangest feeling; Don’t fall in love with me etc.Ocium OCM 0012 £9.99

FRANK IFIELD  “Sings Country & Classics”. Recorded in Australia before he

became famous in the U.K.  30 tracks including I’ve got a feeling; Unchained melody; That lucky old sun; Deep purple; Since you went away; Autumn leaves; That

old feeling; Yodelling mad; Pale moon; I believe etc.     EMI-Gold 541.734.2  £6.49

JACK JONES  “The Wind Beneath My Wings”.  Originally released as “I am a

Singer” several years ago.  Title track; I am a singer; Foolish heart; You’ve changed/

‘Round midnight; Leave a tender moment alone; Another Rio; All because of love; Love sick; You are the love of my life; Here’s that rainy day Pulse PLSCD 596 £3.99

 

 

PEGGY LEE  “Original Recordings 1941-1950” with Benny Goodman and Dave

Barbour. 20 tracks incl. Why don’t you do right; Blue in the night; That old feeling;

It’s a good day; Manana; Don’t smoke in bed; Bali Ha’I etc. Naxos 8.120642     £4.99

SUSANNAH McCORKLE  “Most Requested Songs” 14 tracks incl.: They can’t

To love; Thanks for the memory; ‘S wonderful; etc.  Concord CCD 4976.2     £15.99

take that away from me; Quality time; Manha de carnival; Look for the silver lining;

I thought about you; The people that you never get to love; If I only had a heart; Easy

CARMEN McRAE  “Bitter Sweet”: When Sunny gets blue; How did he look; Guess I’ll hang my tears out to dry; The meaning of the blues; If you could love me; Spring can really hang you up the most; If you could see me now; Here’s that rainy

Day; I’m lost; Come Sunday; Second chance etc. Koch Jazz KOC 8593           £14.99

RENE MARIE  “How can I keep from Singing” : What a difference a day makes;

Motherless child; Four women; The very thought of you; Afro blue; A sleepin’ bee;

Hurry sundown; God bless the child; I like you etc.       MaxJazz MXJ 109      £14.99

RENE MARIE  “Vertigo” : Them there eyes; Surrey with the fringe on top; I only have eyes for you; It’s all right with me; Vertigo; Moonray; Strange fruit;etc. MaxJazz MXJ 114    £14.99

PHILLIP MANUEL  “Love Happened to Me” : I wish; If I were a bell; Summertime; Only all of me will do; ‘Round midnight; Just squeeze me; These foolish things; Love happened to me; In the zone etc.    MaxJazz  MXJ 110    £14.99

DEAN MARTIN  “Beginnings/Radio Performances” Everybody loves somebody; All of me; I got the sun in the morning; Oh, Marie; I’ll string along with you; Because you’re mine; Takes two to tango; Till then; Somewhere along the way; On a slow boat to China; For me and my gal; Rambling Rose; About a quarter to nine; Memory Lane; Louise; Hold me etc, Newsound2000 NFM 008 £6.49

TONY MARTIN  -  Original Recordings 1936-51. 25 tracks including I’ll see you

In my dreams; When did you leave heaven; The moon of Manakoora; September song; South of the border; Tonight(Perfidia); Fools rush in; Tonight we love; Why do I love you(w. Frances Langford); Tenement Symphony; To each his own; All the things you are; Make believe; Begin the beguine etc. Living Era CDAJA 5433 £8.99

GEORGE MELLY with Mick Mulligan and John Chilton. Jazz Anthology. 2 CD

46 tracks incl: There’ll be some changes made; Sweet Lorraine; After you’ve gone; Mama don’t allow; Riverboat shuffle; Rockin’ chair; The old music master; Your feet’s too big; My very good friend the milkman; Honeysuckle rose; Sweet Georgia Brown etc. Castle CMDDD 483  £10.99

BETTE MIDLER  “Greatest Hits” To deserve you; Beast of burden; Favourite waste of time; Hello in there; Do you want to dance; From a distance; Chapel of love; Only in Miami; When a man loves a woman; Miss Otis regrets; Wind beneath my wings; Boogie woogie bugle boy; One for my baby etc. Atlantic 7567.806672 £12.99

LES PAUL & MARY FORD  “Guitar Wizards” Two-CD set with all their big

Hits including It’s been a long, long time; Blue skies; My isle opf golden dreams;

Steel guitar rag; Guitar boogie; Lover; Brazil; What is this thing called love; Caravan;

Nola; Tennessee Waltz; Little Rock getaway; Mocking Bird Hill; How high the moon

Josephine; The world is waiting for the sunrise & more. Proper PVCD 107    £9.99

DONALD PEERS  “The Best of…” 25 tracks including You are my true love; Meet me on the corner; Let’s do it again; Your cheating heart; Mistakes; Me and my

Imagination; Enjoy yourself; Powder your face with sunshine; Please don’t go; Club

Night Sing-a-long Parts 1 & 2 and many more.                EMI-Gold 541.227.2  £6.49

LOUIS PRIMA  “The Wildest” Rec. 1956 with Keely Smith, Sam Butera etc.

Just a gigolo/I ain’t got nobody; Nothing’s too good for my baby; The lip; Body and

Soul; Oh, Marie; Basin Street blues/When it’s sleepy time down south; Jump, jive and

Wail; Buona sera; Night train; You rascal you; Five months, two weeks, two days;

Banana split for my baby; Whistle stop etc.                    Capitol 538.696.2        £9.99

LOU RAWLS  “Finest Collection”  17 tracks including  Chicago; On Broadway;

Georgia on my mind; One for my baby; The girl from Ipanema; God bless the child;It was a very good year; Stormy weather; Summertime etc. EMI-Gold 541.733.2  £6.49

 

 

 

 

ROSEMARY SQUIRES  “Shine” with The Brian Dee Trio and guests Alan Barnes, Don

Lusher etc. Let yourself go; You turned the tables on me; Shine; On Green Dolphin Street; Soon it’s gonna rain; Invitation; How deep is the ocean; I remember you etc. Mainstem MCD 0020 £13.99

JO STAFFORD  “Getting Sentimental Over Tommy Dorsey” Tracks arr. & cond. by Nelson Riddle, Billy May & Benny Carter. It started all over again; There are such things; I’ll never smile again; Let’s get away from it all; I’ll take Tallulah; The night we called it a day; Who can I turn to; Oh, look at me now; The one I love;

Whatcha know Joe; Yes, indeed.    U.S. Import   Collectables COLCD 6324  £14.99

DINAH WASHINGTON  “The Best of…” 18 tracks including Fly me to the moon; Call me irresponsible; For all we know; Loverman; Say it isn’t so; Just one more chance; Coquette; I’ll never stop loving you; Miss you; You’re nobody till somebody loves you etc. EMI-Gold 540.045.2 £6.

JIMMY YOUNG  “The Best of….”  25 tracks including  Too young; I’ll string along with you;

There, I’ve said it again; Unchained melody; Moonlight becomes you; Miss you; I’ll get by; A very

precious love; Unforgettable; Nearness of you; Wanted etc.     EMI-Gold 541.244.2              

BRITISH DANCE BANDS  - Latest Releases

CARROLL GIBBONS & His Boy Friends.  24 tracks incl.: Wake up and live; Give me a heart to sing to; The night was made for love; If the moon turns green; Fit

As a fiddle; Dancing in the dark; Over the sticks; As time goes by; I only have eyes for you; Big Broadcast of 1938 selection and more.    Vocalion CDEA 6073      £5.99

THE SKYROCKETS with Paul Fenoulhet & Woolf  Phillips.  24 tracks incl.:

Blue skies; So would I; One more tomorrow; Don’t blame me; All by myself; Try a

Little tenderness; The whole world is singing my song; Bless you; Let it be soon; Love letters; Rambling Rose; Sentimental journey etc. Vocalion CDEA 6075    £5.99

JACK WHITE and His Collegians.  25 tracks including  Let the bands play; Ohio;

Boom; Stop, you’re breaking my heart; In my little red book; Let the people sing;

Blueberry Hill; Thanks for the memory; Serenade in blue; Maybe; Fools rush in;

Strike up the band; Goodnight and God bless you etc.   Vocalion CDEA 6076    £5.99

Mrs. JACK HYLTON & Her Band.  27 tracks including  I’ll never say “never

again” again; You are my lucky star; She shall have music; Love me forever; Animal

crackers in my soup; Love is everything; The touch of your lips; Alone; Take my

heart; I’ll keep dreaming of you; Little blue bird etc.     Vocalion CDEA 6077    £5.99

AMBROSE & His Orchestra  “The Best of…” 20 tracks including  Ev’ry night about this time;Begin the beguine; Just one of those things; And the angels sing; I’ve

Got my eyes on you; That lovely weekend; South of the border; Scatterbrain; An apple for the teacher; How about you; and  more    Decca-Spectrum 544.276.  £6.49

AL BOWLLY  “Say Don’t You Remember” 50 of his best with various British

Dance Bands.  Original recordings 1931-1941 including Brother can you spare a dime; Love is the sweetest thing; Time on my hands; Lady of Spain; Out of nowhere;

Sweet and lovely; Got a date with an angel; Guilty; Hold my hand; By the fireside; I’ll string along with you; Close your eyes; Over my shoulder; The very thought of you; Isle of Capri; Blue moon; Marie; The touch of your lips; Penny serenade; etc.2 CDs. Living Era CD AJS 265     £14.99

FRANKIE CARLE & His Orchestra  “Sunrise Serenade” Originals 1937-1950. Title track;

Ridin’ high; Kitten on the keys; Oh, what it seemed to be; 12th Street rag; Runnin’ wild; Swingin’ down the lane; Margie; A little on the lonely side; Canadian capers; Maple Leaf rag; Carle boogie

And much more !                                                             Living Era CD AJA 5436         £8.99

BERT FIRMAN & His Orchestra  “Swing High, Swing Low” 1924-1937 .  23 tracks incl.:

Valencia; Always; Spanish shawl; Shepherd of the hills; That certain feeling; Oh, Mona; Sugarfoot

Stomp; Rhapsody in blue (Carroll Gibbons- piano) etc. Living Era CD AJA 5407         £8.99

JACK HYLTON & His Orchestra  “Hot Hylton” 1926-1930.  24 tracks incl.

You gotta know how to love; Marvellous; Buffalo rhythm; I must have that man; Diga

Diga do;I want to be bad; Turn on the heat; Tiger rag; Limehouse blues; Happy days

Are here again; Moanin’ low; Harmonica Harry etc. Retrieval RTR 79024     £10.99

 

 

 

 

JACK HYLTON & His Orchestra  “She Shall Have Music” Originals 1925-39.

With Sam Browne, Sam Costa etc.: Title track; I wonder my baby is tonight; Me and

Jane in a plane; The best things in life are free; The wedding of the painted doll; If I

had a talking picture of you; You’re the cream in my coffee; Singin’ in the rain; On

the sunny side of the street; I won’t dance etc.        Living Era CD AJA 5390  £8.99

HAL KEMP & His Orchestra. Hot Sides 1926-31.  24 tracks incl.: Peg leg stomp;

Blue rhythm; Oh, baby; Washington & Lee swing; The eyes of Texas; Them there

Eyes; I found a million dollar baby etc.                      Retrieval RTR 79025    £10.99

CHARLIE KUNZ  - Piano Medleys and Casani Club Orchestra. 1934-41.  Clap

hands here comes Charlie; Top Hat medley; Follow the Fleet medley; Various medleys for Rex, Sterno and Decca labels.74.53  Living Era CD AJA 5425     £8.99

GUY LOMBARDO & His Royal Canadians.  Originals 1941-1950.  20 tracks inc.

The band played on; It’s love, love, love; Humoreske; Seems like old times; Red roses

For a blue lady; Anniversary song; The Third Man Theme; Enjoy yourself; Petite

Waltz; Harbour lights; Get out those old records etc        Naxos  8.120645        £4.99

GEORGE OLSEN & His Music – 24 Originals 1923-1933. Including: Beyond the

Blue horizon; Who?; Always; The girl friend; Someone to watch over me; Blue skies;

Good news; The best things in life are free; The Varsity drag; Makin’ whoopee; Lullaby of the leaves; The last roundup etc.    Living Era CD AJA 5388            £8.99

EDMUNDO ROS & His Orchestra  “The Singles” 20 Original Latin Classics:

The wedding samba; Cherry pink and apple blossom white; Queen of Tonga; I talk to

The trees; No can do; A-round the corner; Ecstacy; etc. Spectrum 882.940.2     £6.49

TED WEEMS  “The Essential”  1923-1930.  Two-CD set – 50 tracks including:

Somebody stole my gal;Blue rose; Travelling blues; That’s my girl; Miss Annabelle Lee; Baby doll; You’re the cream in my coffee; I don’t want your kisses; Piccolo

Pete; Come on, baby; My troubles are over etc.   Retrieval RTR 79034            £13.99

PENNIES FROM HEAVEN -  2 & 1 half hours of playing time featuring the bands and vocalists as  seen and heard in the TV programme. 50 tracks incl.:

Pop goes your heart; I double dare you; Roll along prairie moon; So many memories; You and the night and the music; So little time; Love walked in; I’m on a see-saw;

Music, maestro, please; That old feeling; I’ve got my love to keep me warm; Let’s

Face the music and dance; Pennies from heaven etc. Empress RAJDD 8001    £9.99

HITS OF 1920 – Original Recordings featuring Paul Whiteman, Nora Bayes; Al

Jolson; Eddie Cantor; Ben Selvin; The Kentucky Serenaders; Ted Lewis etc.

                                                                              Naxos Nostalgia 8.120635      £4.99

PURE NOSTALGIA….and all that Jazz.  25 Original Recordings 1928-1949.

Tracks from Ukulele Ike Edwards,Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang, Ruth Etting, Paul Robeson, Paul Whiteman, Tex Ritter, Eddie Condon, Charles Trenet, Dinah Shore &

Xavier Cugat, Louis Armstrong, Anita O’Day/Gene Krupa, Bing Crosby, Frank

Sinatra, Edith Piaf, Perry Como, Frankie Laine etc.Living Era CDAJA 5427    £8.99

CARMEN CAVALLARO – Piano, with rhythm accompaniment except 4 with orchestra. 23 tracks in all including Dancing in the dark; Lover; If I had you; Smoke gets in your eyes; Lovely to look at; Brazil; Body and soul; Night and day; Carioca etc              Memoir CDMOIR 561    £9.99

 

JAZZ ….. in all it’s many forms !

 

HARRY ALLEN Quintet  “A Night at Birdland” (Hamburg) with Randy Sandke, Brian Dee, Len Skeat, Oliver Jackson.  My heart stood still; On a slow boat to China; Tickle toe; You took advantage of me; Stardust; Sometimes I’m happy; How deep is the ocean; The man I love etc.

                                                                                                      Nagel-Heyer CD 5002         £9.99       

PETE ALLEN Jazz Band.  Recorded 2001.  15 tracks including Cornet chop suey; I wish I could shimmy; A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square; That’s a plenty; C’est

Si bon; Sweet Sue, just you; Runnin’ wild; Sweet substitute; Hindustan; West End

Blues; I wanna be like you; See if I care etc.             Upbeat Jazz URCD 178   £12.99

 

 

 CHARLIE BARNET & His Orchestra. The Chronological series. 1939. 24 trks.

Strange enchantment;S’posin’; Echoes of Harlem; Midweek function; I never knew;

An apple for the teacher; Still the bluebird sings; Ebony rhapsody; Lament for a lost

Love; Cherokee; What’s new; The last jump etc.       Classics 1226                    £9.99

CHARLIE BARNET & His Orchestra  “Mr. Barnet’s Conference” 1946-47.

Atlantic hop; Blue Lou; Jubilee jump; Deep purple; Southrn fried; Charleston Alley;

The gal from Joe’s; Rockin’ in rhythm; Cherokee; Pompton Turnpike; Skyliner;

Furtrapper’s boogie; Rhubarb etc.                                  Ocium OCM 0004        £9.99

BRUCE BARTH  (Piano) Septet  “East and West” Recorded  2000.At the ranch; I’m old fashioned; Riding off; Sundown time; The lexter; Ask me now; A joyful noise

My shining hour; Let’s call this.                                    MaxJazz MXJ 201       £14.99

COUNT BASIE & His Orchestra  “King of Swing” Cherry Point; Bubbles; Right

on; The blues done come back; Plymouth Rock; I feel like a new man; You for me;

Soft drink; Two for the blues; Slow but sure.  Clef series. Verve 837.433.2        £9.99

COUNT BASIE  “The Octet Sounds” First time on CD.  Recorded in 1950.

If you see my baby; Solid as a rock; Rat race; Sweets; Neal’s deal; The golden bullet;

Song of the islands; These foolish things; I’m confessin’; One o’clock jump; Little

White lies; I’ll remember April; ,Beaver Junction etc.       Ocium OCM 0002     £9.99

GRAEME BELL & His Australian Jazz Band.  “Big Walkabout In London “ Rec. 1948-51: Oh Peter; Jackass blues; Was Leicester square?; Free man’s blues; South; Shim-me-sha-wabble; Big Chief Battle Axe;; Come back sweet papa; Shake

That thing; Muskrat ramble; High society etc.                  Lake LACD 166        £12.99

TEX BENEKE & The Glenn Miller Orchestra “It’s Magic” “Live” in 1947-48.

Theme & intro; Pidgeon talk; This is the night; Hoodle addle; Among my souvenirs;

These foolish things; Anniversary song; Tuxedo Junction; How high the moon; You

Took advantage of me; Blues in my heart etc.                   Magic DAWE 106     £9.99

ACKER BILK & WALLY FAWKES  “Azure” with Stan Greig etc. Rec. 2002.

Jeep’s blues; Dinah; Azure; Undecided; Jelly bean blues; Wabash blues; Riverside blues; Apex blues; Down home rag; Weary blues etc.       Lake LACD  167     £12.99

LES BROWN & His Band of Renown  - Richard Rodgers Bandbook and Lerner

& Loewe Bandbook.  2 LPs on 1 CD: I could write a book; I didn’t know what time it was; My funny valentine; I married an angel; The sound of music; Spring is here;

People will say we’re in love; My romance; Songs from Camelot, My Fair Lady and

Brigadoon.                            U.S. Import        Collectables  COL CD 7460     £14.99

GEORG BRUNIS  “King of the Tailgate Trombone” Centenary Issue.  1923-46.

25 tracks incl.: Tin roof blues; Clarinet marmalade; Aunt Hagar’s blues; Jazz me blues; Sensation rag; I wish I could shimmy; Dippermouth blues; That’s a-plenty;

Panama; Royal Garden blues; Wang wang blues etc. Living Era CDAJA 5429  £8.99

KENNY BURRELL  “Stolen Moments” re-issue of  2 single albums on 2 CDs.

Tin tin deo; Old folks; Have you met Miss Jones; I remember you; The common ground; If you could see me now; I hadn’t anyone till you; Moon and sand; My ship;

For once in my life; Blue bossa; Love for sale etc.  Concord CCD2.2128.2      £15.99

JAKI BYARD Trio  “Sunshine of my Soul” Rec.1967: Sunshine; Cast away; Chandra; St. Louis blues; Diane’s melody etc.      Prestige OJCCD 1946.2         £8.99

CHARLIE BYRD  Plays Jobim.  Compilation with Scott Hamilton, Bud Shank,

Ken Peplowski etc. Favela; Corcovado; Desafinado; How insensitive; Agua de Be

If you never come to me; The girl from Ipanema; Once I loved; So danco samba;

Zingaro; Someone to light up my life; Meditation.   Concord CCD 2135.2       £14.99

CONTE CANDOLI  & LOU LEVY  “West Coast Wailers” with Bill Holman etc.

Lover come back to me; Comes love; Loverman; Pete’s alibi; Cheremoya; Jordu;

Flamingo; Marcia Lee.         And on the same CD……….

CHRIS CONNOR  “Sings Ballads of the Sad Café”: These foolish things; Bargain day; The end of a love affair; Glad to be unhappy; Ballad of the Sad Café; Something

I dreamed last night; Good morning heartache; Lilac wine; One for my baby.

                                                U.S. Import           Collectables COL CD 6277 £14.99

 

 

CAB CALLOWAY & His Orchestra  “Who’s The Swingingest Man in Town ?”

22 tracks incl. Kicking the gong around; Minnie the moocher; You rascal you; Hot

toddy; I’ve got the world on a string; Avalon; Nagasaki; Keep that hi-de-hi in your

soul; That man is here again; The jumpin’ jive etc. Jasmine JASMCD 2588    £6.99

IKE CARPENTER & His Orch. “Dancers in Love”. 29 tracks incl. Moon mist;

Jeep’s blues; Chelsea Bridge; Title track; Cherokee; Screamliner; Day dream; Things

Ain’t what they used to be; Yesterdays; Take the “A” train; Out of the blue; Flamingo

After all; Keep your hands on the table etc.             Jazz Band EBCD 2171.2  £10.99

BUCK CLAYTON Swings The Village (Live in Greenwich Village) 1990.  All-star personnel: Scorpio; Swingin’ on the State Line; Horn o’ plenty; Rise and shine; B.C. Special; Black sheepblues;

Sparky; Song for Sarah; Cadillac taxi; etc.            Nagel-Heyer NHCD 5004         £9.99

ARNETT COBB & His Mobb.  “Cobb’s Idea” with Johnny Griffin, Booty Wood

Etc.  Apollo-Okeh sessions 1947-52.  Walkin’ with Sid; Smooth sailing; Jumpin’ the blues; Open house; The shy one Big league blues; Still flyin’; Cobb’s idea; Top

Flight; When I grow too old to dream etc.                  Ocium OCM 0001         £9.99

The BOB CROSBY Bob-Cats.  Going Places, Doing Things” The Legacy continues….When my dreamboat comes home; Dogtown blues; Stumbling; Digga  digga doo; Ec-stacy; Call me a taxi;

Savoy blues; Cherry; Coquette; Nice work if you can get it etc. Nagel-Heyer NHCD 084 £15.90

KENNY DAVERN-KEN PEPLOWSKI  “The Jazz KENnection” Rec. Oct. 2000

With Howard Alden, John Bunch etc. I’m satisfied with my gal; Mama’s gone,

Goodbye; I’ll see you in my dreams; Georgia on my mind; Careless love; Creole

Love call; All of me; Chicago rhythm etc.             Arbors Jazz ARCD 19246 £14.99

EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS  Birthday Celebration. 35 Classic Prestige, Pablo,

Jazzland and Riverside recordings.  3 CD set for the price of 2.  Includes Body &

Soul; Very saxy; We’ll be together again; I cover the waterfront; It’s a pity to say goodnight; Jaws; I’ll remember April; Robbin’s nest; Jawbreakers; C Jam blues; The man I love; I’ll never be the same; Lover; Three little words; Bye bye blues; Angel

Eyes; I’ll always be in love with you etc.       Pablo 3xCD FANCD 6063.2   £17.99

BUDDY De FRANCO Quartet  “Mr. Clarinet” with Kenny Drew, Milt Hinton,

Art Blakey.  Recorded 1953.  Digitally re-mastered. Buddy’s blues; Ferdinando;

It could happen to me; Autumn in New York; Left field; Show eyes; But not for me;

Bass on balls.               LPR series                      Verve 847.408.2                   £9.99

BRIAN DEE & DUNCAN LAMONT  “The Music of Richard Rodgers”: Happy

Talk; I have dreamed; There’s a small hotel; The sweetest sound; Blue room; Falling

in love with love; My funny valentine; Manhattan; Lady is a tramp; Little girl blue;

Surrey with the fringe on top; Edelweiss.              Mainstem MCD 0017      £13.99

The DELTA JAZZ BAND with Colin Bowden. Rec. Nov. 2001.  Algiers strut; Song of the wanderer; Why should I cry over you; This love of mine; Snowy mornin’ blues; Salutation march; Blues for Sonny; Maple leaf rag; Original Dixieland one-step; Dinah etc. Lake LACD 165  £12.99

WILBUR De PARIS  Three LPs on Two CDs. That’s a plenty; Frankie & Johnny;

Cielito lindo; Runnin’ wild; See see rider;When the saints; Sensation; Shreveport stomp; Hindustan; Madagascar; Mardi Gras rag; Are you from Dixie/; Hot lips; Yama yama man; Milenberg joys etc.                         

                                                                                                   Collectables COLCD 6816   £18.99          

SAM DONAHUE & His Orchestra  “Take Five” 1945-47  Navy Band & post-war civvy band.  25 tracks incl.:The Maid of Amsterdam; Dinah; Moten swing; Take five; September in the rain; Put that kiss back; Scufflin’; Rainy night in Rio; My melancholy baby; I never knew.HEPCD 71 £9.49

GEOFF EALES Quartet  “Red Letter Days” with Jim Mullen, Mark Fletcher,

Roy Babbington.  A face like yours; I should care; Killer Jane; They didn’t believe me; Hannah’s riff; But beautiful; Sometime ago; Hotting it up; Song for my mother; BlackBox BBJ  019 £14.49

MAYNARD FERGUSON & The Big Bop Nouveau Band.  Rec. July 1992. “Footpath Café”

Get it to go; Footpath Café; Brazil; That’s my desire; Cruisin’ for a bluesin’; Poisn ya blues; Break

The tee; Hit & run.                                                            Hot Shot HSR 8312.2          £12.99

ERROLL GARNER  -  The Chronological series – 1950. Trios.  20 tracks incl.: Lullaby of the leaves; Margie; Summertime; Ramona; Poinciana; Serenade in blue etc. Classics 1240        £9.99

 

 

 

TERRY GIBBS Combo  “Jewish Melodies in Jazztime”: Bei mir bist du schon;

Papirossen (Cigaretttes); Kazachok (Russian dance); Folk dance; My Yiddishe mama;

And the angels sing; S & S; Pretty & sweet etc. LRP-Mercury  589.673.2        £9.99

JERRY GRAY & His Orchestra  “Re-stringing The Pearls”  1949-52 Sessions.

28 tracks incl.: By the waters of Minnetonka; Crewcut; Stormy weather; The Carioca; Smoke gets in your eyes; Night and day; All the things you are; Stardust; Blue skies; Dancing in the dark; This

can’t be love; What is this thing called love; Desert serenade; Re-stringing the pearls etc.

                                                                                               Jazz Band EBCD  2182  £10.99

DAVE GRUSIN  “The Very Best of…” Modaji; Playera; Bossa baroque; Early A,M, attitudeude; Punta del soul; My man’s gone now; Fascinating rhythm; Take the “A” train; Caravan; Peter Gunn

Gunn; Baby elephant walk etc.                                                     GRP 589.280.2          £9.99

BOBBY HACKETT  “A String of Pearls” and other great songs made famous by

The Glenn Miller Orchestra incl.: Perfidia; Adios; Blue moon; Georgia on my mind

Jersey bounce; Poor butterfly; Rhapsody in blue etc.       …and on the same CD:

BOBBY HACKETT IN A Setting of Wall-to-Wall Strings and Brass: What’s new?; Sugar blues; I can’t get started; And the angels sing; The man with the horn;

Cherry pink and apple blossom white etc. Import Collectables COLCD 7412 £14.99

JIM HALL  “Storyteller” Two Classic Albums in one Double CD “Circles” and

“All Across the City”.  Tracks incl.: (All of a sudden) My heart sings; Love letters; Echo; I can’t get started; Aruba; Bemsha swing; Prelude to a kiss; All across the city; How deep is the ocean;

Big blues and much more;                                                     Concord CCD2. 2131.2    £15.99

LIONEL HAMPTON  (Bluebird’s Best) “Ring Dem Bells” 16 tracks incl.: On the sunny side

side of the street; Hampton stomp; Stompology; China stomp; I’m confessin’; Piano stomp; After

you’ve gone; Ring dem bells; Memories of you etc.     RCA-Bluebird 09026.639662   £6.49

LIONEL HAMPTON & His Orchestra. “Jumpin’ With Hamp” 1951 Studio Sessions. 17

Tracks incl.: I can’t believe that you’re in love with me; Cool train; Air mail special ; Alone;

Love you like mad; Sampson’s boogie; Lady be good; etc.       Ocium OCM 00010   £9.9

GENE HARRIS Superband – 2xCD Set “Big Band Soul” – “Live” at New York

Town Hall and World Tour 1990.  Tracks include: The surrey with the fringe on

Top; When it’s sleepy time down south; Love is here to stay; I’m just a lucky so-and-so; Porgy & Bess medley; You’re my everything; Air mail special; Lover; etc. Concord CCM2.2143.2 £15.99

COLEMAN HAWKINS  - “The Hollywood Sessions” 1945 w. Sir Charles Thompson, Denzil Best, Vic Dickenson etc.: Sportsman’s hop; Bean stalking; Ready for love; April in Paris; Rifftide; Stardust; Hollywood stampede; Wrap your troubles in dreams;         Ocium OCM 0008         £9.99

NEAL HEFTI & His Orchestra  “Concert Miniatures” Rec. 1957.  On the trail; Bells of St.

Mary’s; Bach goes to town; Dagger dance; Song of India; Rhapsody in blue; .

 Girl with the flaxen hair etc                                               RCA 74321. 93853.2          £12.99                                  

PEANUTS HUCKO with ALEX WELSH & His Band. Vol. 1.  Rec.1967:  Beale

Street blues; Ida; Rose room; Out of nowhere; After you’ve gone; Jive at five; There’ll be some changes made; I wished on the moon + 1. Lake LACD 171   £12.99

FREDDIE HUBBARD Quintet  “Blues for Duane” Rec. October 1991.  Bolivia;

God bless the child; All blues; Dear John; Blues for Duane. HD7 HDJ 4021      £5.50

DICK HYMAN & JOHN SHERIDAN – Archives of Novelty Piano (1920s & 30s)

“Forgotten Dreams”  Recorded 2001. Echo of Spring; Concentratin’; Morning air;

Finger buster; In the dark; Soliloquy; Spring fever; Southern charms; Dancing tamb-

Ourine; Midsummer’s nightmare; Nickel in the slot; Grandfather’s clock; Hobson

Street blues; Eye opener; Southern exposure etc. Arbors Jazz ARCD 19248   £14.99

AHMAD JAMAL featuring GARY BURTON.  Rec. 1981: Morning of the carnival

One; Bogota; Autumn leaves; Joan’s bones.                          HD7 HDJ 4047      £5.50

HARRY JAMES & His Orchestra “The Music Makers”. 23 tracks incl.: I found

A new baby; Feet draggin’ blues; Sleepy time gal; Music makers; Misirlou; Sharp as

a tack; Duke’s mixture; Record session; Jeffries blues; My melancholy baby; Ultra;

9.20 Special; Get happy; The man I love etc.             Memoir CDMOIR 568    £9.99

 

 

 

 

J.J. JOHNSON  “Broadway Express” with Orchestra arranged & conducted by

Mundell Lowe. Rec.1965.  The Joker; Sew the buttons on; Sunrise, sunset; Why did I choose you; Xanadu; Something’s coming; Come back to me; Night song; Once in a lifetime; I believe in you; More than one way etc.      RCA 74321.938442         £12.99

THAD JONES-MEL LEWIS Big Band – Never before released.  The original

musicians “live” at The Village Vanguard, NYC, February 7th, 1966 “Opening

Night”: Intro; Big dipper; Polka dots and moonbeams; Once around; All my yesterdays; Morning Reverend; Low down; Loverman; Mean what you say; Don’t

ever leave me; Willow weep for me; Little pixie. Alan Grant 74321.519392    £14.99

STAN KENTON & His Orchestra  “At His Very Best” 40 tracks on 2 CDs: Artistry jumps;

Artistry in rhythm; Body & soul; Ev’ry time we say goodbye(vcl. Gene Howard); And her tears

flowed like wine(vcl. Anita); Shoo fly pie and apple pan dowdy(vcl. June); Easy Street(vcl. June);

Atistry in boogie; I’m going mad for a pad(vcl.Anita); Tampico(vcl. June); Balboa bash; Gotta

be getting(vcl.Anita); Come back to Sorrento; Solitude; Intermission riff; On the sunny side of the street(vcl.June); I been down in Texas(vcl.June); Painted rhythm; Travellin’ man(vcl. Anita); Peg

o’ my heart; Loverman; I’ve got the world on a string; Concerto to end all concertos (2 pts.);

Willow weep for me (vcl.JC); Yesterdays; After you (vcl. JC & The Pastels); Rhythm Inc.(2 Pts)

(Capitol punishment); The spider and the fly(Vcl. June & The Pastels); Minor riff; Down in Chi-

hua-hua*; April in Paris*; Don’t worry ‘bout me*; How high the moon(vcl.JC); Soothe me (Vcl.JC);

I told ya I love ya, now get out(vcl.JC); If I could be with you one hour tonight;Theme to the west; Elegy for alto; Atistry in Harlem swing; Peanut vendor. * Vcl. The Pastels. GVC 2011       £9.99

STAN KENTON & His Orchestra  “Artistry in Kenton” Vols. 1-3 1937-1946.

Three-CD set. Including observations by Kenton, Frank Sinatra.  High, wide and handsome;

I’m so glad I fell; The thrill of you; Cavernism; Blue night; Misery; Upsy daisy; Theme; No tears;

A dirge in F minor blues; Moon mist; Memphis lament; It seems to me; Two moods; You alone;

Take the “A” train; Cloud across the moon; Mine; Arkansas traveller; Two guitars; Tempo de Joe;

Four or five times; Don’t worry; Production on theme; Danger men blasting; I’ll be around; Eager beaver; Liza; Pistol packin’ mama; Love, love, love; Thanks for the memory; Ride on; Clair de

Lune; Build it up and tear it down; Moon song; You betcha; Five o’clock; Special delivery; Opus a

dollar three eighty ; The lady in red; Taboo; Wish you were waiting for me; Blow Jack; None but

the lonely heart; The hour of parting; Tabby the cat; Conversin’ with the brain; And her tears flowed

like wine (original); And her tears flowed like wine (expurgated version); Sgts. Mess; Are you

living old man; Tampico; Artistry jumps; Just a-sitting and a-rocking; Summertime; Intermission

riff; It’s only a paper moon; Got a penny Jenny; Artistry in boogie; Chinatown, my Chinatown;

Please give me something to remember you by; Painted rhythm; My guy’s come back; I’ll remember

April; My serenade; Rika jika jack; More than you know; Artistry in percussion

                                             Swing House series. 3-CD set. Jazz Unlimited 204.2081      £24.99

Special Note: STAN KENTON Complete 1943-47  Capitol Master Takes on 4 CDs.   Definitive Records DRCD 11193  notified in our July Newsheet.  Please

Note the manufacturers have  reduced the price of this set from £34.99 to £29.99

 

CY LAURIE Jazz Band  “Shades of Cy”: Forty & tight; September song; That rhythm man; Blue turning grey over you; Cake walking babies; Indian summer; Swing that music; Dear old southland; Birth of the blues etc.Lake LACD 164 £12.99

CY LAURIE Jazz Band  “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; Hotter than that etc.        Lake LACD 156 £12.99

JIMMIE LUNCEFORD & His Orchestra  “Hits”.  Two CDs for the price of one.Tracks include Jazznocracy; Rose room; Stratosphere; Rhythm is our business;

Sleepy time gal; For dancers only; Margie; Sweet Sue; ‘Tain’t what you do; Time’s

a-wastin’; Easter parade; Blues in the night; Flamingo etc.Jasmine JASCD391  £9.99

HUMPHREY LYTTELTON  “The Best of…” Texas moaner;Coal black shine; Elephant stomp; Wally plays the blues; My bucket’s got a hole in it; I double dare you

St. James Infirmary; Bad Penny Blues; Buona sera; Fish seller; That’s my home; Apex blues; Memphis shake; Look for Turner etc.   EMI-Gold  541.228.2         £6.49

 

 

HUMPHREY LYTTELTON & His Band, BRUCE TURNER Quartet, The

FAIRWEATHER-BROWN All-Stars.   75 minutes of their kind of Jazz.    Say no more !    Swing at The BBC.                                    Upbeat Jazz URCD 182  £12.99

MACHITO & His Afro-Cuban Orchestra.  The Complete Columbia Masters.

Mambo, Mucho mambo !                                     Columbia 508.670.2             £9.99

PHIL MASON’S New Orleans All-Stars “Let’s Face the Music and Dance” Rec.

Feb. 2002, with Christine Tyrrell.  When you and I were young Maggie; Travelling blues; Title track; Highway blues; Hot time in the old town tonight; Leaning on a lamp post; Snag it; Morning has broken; Smiles; Summertime; Burgundy Street blues; Climax rag etc. Lake LACD 168 £12.99

CHARLES McPHERSON Quartet  “McPherson’s Mood” Rec.1969.  My cherie amour; Title

Track; Explorations; Opalescence; I get a kick out of you + 1. Prestige OJCCD 1947.2   £8.99

 

Back in stock again, at last

BILLY MAY & His Orchestra – “Sorta-May” & “Sorta-Dixie” 2 LPs on 1 CD.

Thou swell; Blues in the night; Chicago; All you want to do is dance; You go to my head;soon; In a Persian Market; Just one of those things; You’re the top; Oh,by jingo;

South Rampart Street parade; Five foot two, eyes of blue; Riverboat shuffle; Panama;

Sheik of Araby; Sugarfoot strut etc.  Ex.Capitol. Creative World ST 1051      £14.99

GLENN MILLER & His Orchestra – The Complete Sustaining Broadcasts Vol. 4.  From The Meadowbrook, N.J. 23 & 31 March 1939: Theme; Oh, baby; Don’t worry ‘bout me; Gotta get some shut-eye; Deep purple; My blue heaven; Sticks and stones; Get out of town; Pagan love song; Theme; Blue skies; Deep purple; The moon

Is a silver dollar; Song of the bayou; Runnin’ wild etc.Jazz Band EBCD 2184 £10.99

GLENN MILLER & His Orchestra – “When You Wish Upon a Star” – Moonlight Serenade Transcriptions Vol. 4. “Live” 1940-42: Slow freight; My! My!; Sophisticated lady; Title track; Jeannie with the light brown hair; I never took a

Lesson in my life; The story of a starry night; My buddy; Largo (Going home); You

Walk by; Fools rush in; Whatcha know Joe; etc.             Magic DAWE 104       £9.99

GLENN MILLER & His Orchestra – “Glen Island Special” Collectors Issue.

Live recordings 1939-40.: St. Louis blues; My isle of golden dreams; The lamp is low; My blue heaven; Indian summer; Blue moonlight; Careless; In the mood; South

American way; Say Si si; Ciri-biri-bin etc.                      Magic DAWE 105       £9.99

CAPT. GLENN MILLER & The AAFTC Band, Stateside, 1943-44. The Army Air Corps song; Going my way; Stompin’ at The Savoy; Long ago & far away; My

Blue heaven; Blues in my heart; Oh, what a beautiful morning; Hallelujah; I’ll be

Around; Moondreams; Now I know; Birth of the blues; Paper doll/All the things you

Are; Blue champagne; In my arms; I hear you screamin’ etc Circle CCD 180  £14.99

DUDLEY MOORE – “Live From an Aircraft Hanger” (actually The Royal

Albert Hall) 1992. “Quote from Dudley’s Sleeve note: The music on this CD…

is a bit of this, that  and the other.  It is music that represents many of the pieces

I have written and played over a thirty-year period – “this” being pure jazz and jazz-improvised pieces, “that” being music I have written for films or set pieces

For piano, and “the other” being performances in a more classical vein, …….

The music I have chosen to put on this CD represents the varied journey of my musical life and styles. I hope that you will enjoy listening to it as much as I have enjoyed playing it”.

With much humorous “chat” from Dud in between numbers.   Proceeds to benefit the Dudley Research Fund for PSF and Music for all seasons, Inc.

                                                                                          Martine MAP 18486 £15.99

DANNY MOSS Quartet plus Roy Williams “Steam Power !” Rec. Sept. 2000.

with John Pearce, Len Skeat, Charly Antolini.  Shiny stockings; Doggin’ around;

Limehouse blues; This is always; Robin Hood; Day by day; I’m beginning to see the light; Robbin’s nest; But beautiful etc.               Nagel-Heyer NHCD 075        £15.99

MICK MULLIGAN & His Jazz Band, and featuring GEORGE MELLY.  Oriental strut; Shanty in old shanty town; Snag it; Big House blues; Miss Jenny’s ball; Muddy water; Raver’s edge;Beale Street blues; St. James Infirmary; Stack-O-Lee; Death letter etc.   Lake LACD 150         £12.99

 

 

LENNIE NIEHAUS  - Vol. 5 : The Sextet with Bill Perkins, Jimmy Giuffre, Stu

Williamson, Buddy Clark, Shelly Manne. Rec. 1956.  Thou swell; I wished on the moon; Knee deep; Fond memories; Take it from me; Belle of the ball; As long as I live; Ill wind; Three of a kind; Elbow room.    Contemporary OJCCD 1944.2   £8.99

ORIGINAL DIXIELAND JAZZ BAND “In London” 1919-1920 plus the Okeh

Sessions 1922-1923. Barnyard blues; At the jazz band ball; Ostrich walk; Sensation rag; Tiger rag; Satanic blues; My baby’s arms; I’ve got my captain working for me now; Mammy o’ mine; Alice

Blue gown; Soudan; Some of these days; Toddlin’ blues; Sphinx; I’m forever blowing bubbles etc

 .                                                              Retrieval RTR 79033  £10.99

CHARLIE PARKER Vol. 2  “Bird on the Side” Originals from 1941-1947:

Swingmatism; Hootie blues; Dexter blues; Sepian bounce; Tiny’s tempo; Salt peanuts

What’s the matter now; The street beat; Get happy etc.    Naxos 8.120.622        £4.99

CHARLIE PARKER “The Quintets” 1945-51  & “Collaborations”. 2 CDs for

The price of 1 !  with Diz, Miles, Fats etc.: Billie’s bounce; Now’s the time; Cheryl;

Confirmation; Dewey Square; All the things you are; Passport; Ah-leu-cha; etc.

Shaw ‘nuff; Loverman; Congo blues; The street beat; Slim’s jam; Milestones; Ko Ko;

Victory ball; Lester leaps in; Donna Lee etc. Jasmine JASCD 630  2 CDs      £11.99

ART PEPPER – The Complete Straight Ahead Sessions with Sonny Clark, Harry Babasin, Bobby White.  2-CD set: Brown gold; These foolish things; Tickle toe; Tenderly; Strike up the band; Night and day; 99 Deep purple; Bluebird; Pennies from heaven; ‘S wonderful; Holiday flight.      Jazz Factory JFCD 22847        £17.99

ART PEPPER – Complete 1947-51 Small Group Studio Recordings. Sa-frantic;

Jumpin’ for Jane; Turmoil; Bass mood; The Continental; Prelude to a nightmare; Popo; Didi; Four mothers; Over the rainbow; etc.     Definitive DRCD 11217  £10.49

DAVE PIKE Quartet “It’s Time for Dave Pike” Rec.1961. Vibes with Barry Harris, Billy Higgins, Reggie Workman.  Cheryl; On Green Dolphin Street; It’s

Time; Hot house; Forward; Solar; Little girl blue + 1. Riverside OJCCD 1951 £8.99

JOHN PIZZARELLI with the GEORGE SHEARING Quintet. John sings and

Plays.  “The Rare delight of You”: 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; Lost April; Shine on your shoes; Indian summer; Be careful it’s my heart; September in the rain; etc Telarc CD 83546 £15.99

ERIC SILK & His Southern Jazz Band “Blues Down South”: Chasin’ the ace;

Blues my naughty sweetie gives to me; Tiger rag; Some of these days; 1919 rag; Milenburg joys; Creole belles; The Onions etc.              Lake LACD 163         £12.99

SONNY STITT – Complete 1949-1950 Prestige Masters. 22 tracks incl.: Sonny

Side; Bud’s blues; Sunset; Strike up the band; I want to be happy; Taking a chance on love; Fine and dandy; Mean to me; Ain’t misbehaving; Stairway to the stars; Cherokee; Jeepers creepers; Nevertheless etc.                                                                         Jazz Factory JFCD 22826 £13.99

ART TATUM “Standards” – 24 tracks incl.: I’ll get by; Sweet Lorraine; Can’t we be friends; I’ll never be the same; Make believe; Body & soul; Stardust; The man I love; In a sentimental mood; I

Can’t get started etc.                                                        Black Lion CD 877646.2                £9.99

BUTCH THOMPSON “On Tour” Autumn 2000 : I hate a man like you; Sweet baby doll; Trouble in mind; Sobbin’ blues; Tiger rag; Winin’ boy blues; Careless love etc. Mac CD 002 £12.99

SIR CHARLES THOMPSON – Apollo Sessions 1945-48 with Dexter Gordon,

Buck Clayton, Charlie Parker etc. If I had you; Benson Alley; Sir Charles’ boogie; Harlem jump; Yesterdays; It’s my turn now; Don’t blame me; Robbin’s nest; You go to my head; Someone to watch over me; You go to my head etc.                                               Ocium OCM 0009    £9.99

FRANKIE TRUMBAUER & His Orchestra. “The Chronological Series” 1929-

1931 with Hoagy Carmichael, Eddie Lang, Joe Venuti etc.  23 tracks incl: How am I to know;

Love ain’t nothin’ but the blues; Turn on the heat; Manhattan rag; Happy feet; Get happy; What’s the use; Bye bye blues; Honeysuckle rose; Georgia on my mind etc. Classics 1245            £9.99

MIKE VAX & The New Oakland Jazz Orchestra “Alternate Route”: Title track;

Spring can really hang you up the most; I’m old fashioned; What a wonderful world;

It might as well be spring; New wages; Splank; San Miguel; Duke Ellington, Sound of love; Embraceable you; Music for dancing + 1.    Sea Breeze SB 2102      £14.99

 

 

CHARLIE VENTURA & BILL HARRIS  “Live at the Three Deuces” Rec. 1947

With Ralph Burns,Curley Russell, Dave Tough, Bob Leininger. : Characteristically B.H.; Blue

Champagne; Frolic Sam; High on an open mike; Body & soul; The great lie; Everything happens to me                                                                                             High Note HCD 7066        £14.99

FATS WALLER “At The Piano” & His Rhythm  “Bluebird’s Best” series incl.:

Ain’t misbehavin’; Smashing thirds; Don’t let it bother you; Honeysuckle rose; Rosetta; Sweet and slow; Keepin’ out of mischief now; Jitterbug waltz;Your feet’s too big; Squeeze me; Then I’ll be tired of you etc.                                                                         RCA-Bluebird 09026.63926 £6.49

WASHBOARD RHYTHM KINGS – Their Best Recordings 1930-37.  22 tracks.

Kazoo moan; Tappin’ the time away; Shoot ‘em; Was that the human thing to do; My silent love; Tiger rag; Sentimental gentleman from Georgia; Lazybones; Some of these days; Dear old southland; St. Louis blues etc.                                                          Best of Jazz 4073          £9.99

TOMMY WATT & His Orchestra – “The Best of….”  24 tracks incl.: An apple for the teacher;

 The moon was yellow; Five foot two, eyes of blue; Poor little rich girl; Life is just a bowl of cherries; Small fry; Easy Street; Black coffee; The piper’s son etc.EMI-Gold 541.266.2   £6.49

BEN WEBSTER Plays Duke Ellington (plus two bonus tracks) Rec. 1967-69: Cottontail; Perdido; Johnny come lately; In a mellotone; Bojangles; Rockin’ in rhythm; Things ain’t what they used to be; Stompy Jones; Satin doll plus two alt. tracks.         Storyville STCD 8320     £13.99

ALEX WELSH & His 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; Confessin’; It don’t

Mean a thing; Just one more chance; Doggin’ around etc.             Upbeat Jazz URCD 175 £12.99

The Sound of the ALEX WELSH Legacy Band – Vol. 1. Roy Williams, John Barnes, Dave

Shepherd etc.  Oh, baby; Home; At the Jazz Band Ball; Nobody else but me; Limehouse blues; Someday you’ll be sorry; Up a lazy river; Chinatown, my Chinatown.     NHCD 070        £14.99                                                                 

JIGGS WHIGHAM & CARL FONTANA  “Nice ‘n’ Easy” Rec. May 1997. The touch of your lips; Sweet Lorraine; Take the Coltrane; Here’s that rainy day; If  I only had a brain; Nice ‘n’ easy;

It could happen to you; Incident; Cape clip so.                            TNC Jazz CD 1701         £14.99

IAN WHEELER & The Best of British Jazz Band  “Back to New Orleans” 14 tracks  incl. Isle of Capri; Bugle boy march; Postman’s lament; Dippermouth blues; Creole love call; Down in Honky

Tonk town; Big noise from Winnetka; Ride on; Panama rag etc. Timeless CDTTD 631    £13.99

 

LATEST RELEASES – available now !

 

STAN KENTON & His Orchestra – Newport Jazz Festival , July 1957;

The Opener; Artistry in rhythm; Stompin’ at The Savoy; Yesterdays; Intermission riff; 23 degrees

North, 82 degrees West; Everything happens to me; Peanut vendor; The end of a love affair;

Young blood; La Suerte de Los Tontos; The big chase.                Pablo PACD 5312.2 £13.99

GERRY MULLIGAN Quartet  - Re-Union with CHET BAKER.  Rec. Dec. 1957.

Reunion; When your lover has gone; Stardust; My heart belongs to daddy; Jersey bounce; The

Surrey with the fringe on top; Trav’lin’ light; Ornithology; People will say we’re in love; The song

Is you; Gee baby, ain’t I good to you; I got rhythm + 1. EMI-Pacific Jazz 746.857.2    £9.99

J.J. JOHNSON  “The Total” Rec. 1966 with various All-Star personnel: Say when; Blue;

In walked Horace; Short cake; Space walk; Ballad; Little Dave etc. RCA 74321.93843.2 £12.99

J.J. JOHNSON “J.J.” Rec.1965 with various All-Star personnel:El Camino real; Stolen moments;Train samba; Swing spring; Bemsha swing; et c.                 RCA 74321.93845.2 £12.99

J.J. JOHNSON  “Goodies” Rec. 1965 with various All-Star personnel: Feeling good;

The seventh son; How insensitive; In the name of love; No particular place to go; Incidental blues;                                       

I’m all smiles; Billy boy; G’won train etc.                                           RCA 74321.93846.2 £12.99

NEW RELEASES – available early October

JULIE LONDON  “Lonely Girl / Make Love to me” 1956 & 1957.  Two on One. 24 tracks

Incl.: Title track; Fools rush in; Moments like this; I lost my sugar in Salt Lake City; It’s the Talk of the town; When your lover has gone; Don’t take your love from me; Where or when;

If I could be with you; A room with a view; Nearness of you; Alone together; You’re my thrill;

Body and soul; Make love to me; Lover man etc.                      Capitol 541.668.2              £9.99

 

 

 

KAY STARR  “Jazz Singer / Fabulous Favourites” 1960 & 1964. Two on One. 24 tracks

incl.: I never knew; My man; Breezin’ along with the breeze; All by myself; Hard hearted Hannah;

My honey’s lovin’ arms; Sunday; So tired; Missippippi; Wheel of fortune; Rock and roll waltz;

Allez-vous-en; Foolin’ around; Bonaparte’s retreat etc.            Capitol 541.670.2               £9.99

The FOUR FRESHMEN  “First Affair / Voices in Fun” 1960 & 1961. Two on One. 24

tracks incl.: Please be kind; I hadn’t anyone till you; At last; Polka dots and moonbeams; I’m

beginning to see the light; Long ago and far away; Be careful it’s my heart; I can’t believe that

you’re in love with me; I want to be happy; Ole buttermilk sky; You make me feel so young

Swinging on a star; On the sunny side of the street; Manana etc.  Capitol 541.667.2         £9.99

JULIUS LA ROSA  “Love Songs a La Rosa / On the Sunny Side” 1959 etc. Two on One.

24 tracks incl.: Just say I love her; You are too beautiful; My melancholy baby; I remember you;

When I fall in love; But beautiful; Try a little tenderness; My romance; The way you look tonight;

‘S wonderful; In times like these; A fine romance etc.                  Capitol 541.669.2         £9.99

ROSEMARY CLOONEY  “Look My Way / Nice to be around” 1976 & 1977. Two on One.

22 tracks incl.: Half as much; Look my way; There I’ve said it; Singing the blues; When you got love; Send in the clowns; Music; Thank you baby; All by myself; I won’t last a day without you;

Nice to be around;My little town; When will I be loved etc.         Capitol 541.671.2        £9.99

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NEW RELEASES AVAILABLE NOW !

 

The LES BROWN Orchestra with ROSEMARY CLOONEY  “Sweet Sounds”; 15 tracks

Incl.: The sweetest sounds; How am I to know; My funny valentine; Why shouldn’t I?; Angry;

My romance; I get along without you very well; Show me; Have you met Miss Jones; Sleepy

time gal; I didn’t know what time it was etc.  Sounds of Yesteryear DSOY 600            £7.99

ARTIE SHAW & His Orchestra  “The Instrumental Side” Rec. 1937 & 1938. 24 tracks incl.:

Night and day; Night over Shanghai; A study in brown; If I put my heart in a song; Love is a merry-go-round; Love for sale; Stealin’ apples; Big dipper; If dreams come true. Magic DAWE 98 £9.99

BILLY MAY & His Orchestra – Transcription Recordings. 2 CDs for the price of 1.  46 tracks

incl.: All of me; Blue room; When your lover has gone; Charmaine;Just you, just me; My silent love; Stompin’ at The Savoy; My last affair; Love is just around the corner; Easy Street; Perfidia;

I can dream, can’t I?; Orchids in the moonlight; Perfidia; Tenderly; She didn’t say yes; Lean baby; Pick yourself up; I’ll see you again etc.                                         Jasmine JASCD 395          £9.99

JIMMY DORSEY & His Orchestra  “Stop, Look & Listen”. The Less Familiar Dorsey.  23

tracks incl.: Dorsey stomp; Stop. Look and listen; Shoot the meatballs to me; Serenade to nobody in particular; Cowboy from Brooklyn; John Silver; Hold tight, hold tight (w. Andrews Sisters); In a

sentimental mood; Major and minor stomp; I got rhythm etc.   Jasmine JASM CD 2587      £6.99

BOB CHESTER & His Orchestra  “Chester’s Choice” 24 tracks incl.: Title track; Yes, my

Darling; Old black Joe; Dark eyes; Dolores; Deep river; With the wind and rain in your hair;  Off

the record; Beau night in Hotchkiss Corner; Strictly instrumental Jasmine JASMCD 2594  £6.99

ALAN BARNES Quartet  “If You Could See Me Now”. Rec. April 2002. Five brothers; In the

Middle of a kiss; If you could see me now; Samba dees days; Prelude to a kiss; Bouncin’ with Bud;

Mangos; Mad about the boy; Someone to watch over me; + 2.       Zephyr ZECD 34          £14.99

OSCAR PETERSON.  “A Jazz Odyssey” Compilation. 18 tracks with “Sweets”, Dizzy, Roy,

Charlie Shavers, Clark Terry, Hawk, Sonny Stitt etc. Get happy; Just a-sittin’ and a-rockin’; How about you; When lights are low; The Honeydripper; This nearly was mine; My romance; Dancing

On the ceiling; Exactly like you; Blue moon; Mumbles etc.     Verve 589.780.2                    £9.99

WOODY HERMAN Third Herd  “Standard Times”  Compilation. 23 tracks incl.: By George;

Leo the Lion; Cuban holiday; Hollywood blues; New Golden wedding; Blue flame; Prelude to a kiss; Stompin’ at the Savoy; Celestial blues; Perdido; Moten swing; East of the sun; This is new;

Almost like being in love; Nice work if you can get it etc                 Ocium OCM0021       £11.99

JACK HYLTON & His Orchestra. 22 tracks  incl.: Tiger rag; Broadway melody; Limehouse

Blues; Diga diga doo; Big City blues; Stormy weather; Oh, Donna Clara; St. Louis blues; A little

Tenderness; You’ve got me crying; We’re in the money etc.             RCD RCD 26840       £10.99

 

 

 

HENRY HALL & His Orchestra.  22 tracks incl.: Oh, Johanna; Love is the sweetest thing; When

We are dancing; I live for love; Everything’s in rhythm with my heart; Always in my heart; By a

Waterfall; The day you came along; Wanderer etc.                             RCD RCD 26841      £10.99

HARRY ROY & His Orchestra. 23 tracks incl.: Bugle Call rag; Sentimental gentleman from Georgia; Alexander’s ragtime band; New day come; Guilty; Tiger rag; It had to be you; I’d rather

Lead a band; Temptation rag; Darktown Strutters Ball; Boo-hoo; 12th Street Rag; Continental;

Cheek to cheek; Nobody’s sweetheart; King Porter stomp etc.           RCD RCD 26843      £10.99

 

BENNY GOODMAN  -  A Four-CD set. Remastered from carefully selected originals.

CD 1. The Instrumental Hits  incl.: Let’s dance; Sing, sing, sing; One o’clock jump; Peckin; Mission to Moscow; King Porter stomp; Stardust; Don’t be that way; String of pearls; Jersey

Bounce; The Count; Undercurrent blues + 11 more.

CD 2. The Vocal Hits incl.: Blue skies; Why don’t you do right; He ain’t got rhythm; Taking a

Chance on love; Goodnight, my love; Sent for you yesterday; Goody goody; If you build a better

Mousetrap; The lady’s in love with you; Blues in the night; Who cares; On the Alamo; On a slow

Boat to China; And the angels sing; My guy’s come back  + 7 more.

CD 3. The Small Groups incl.: Seven come eleven; Exactly like you; Moonglow; After you’ve gone; Body and soul; Lady be good; Wholly cats; Royal Garden blues; Where or when; Sweet Lorraine; Rachel’s dream; Stealin’ apples; Bedlam  +  9 more.

CD 4. All The Cats Join In incl.: Life goes to a party; Lucky; Did you mean it?; Bugle Call rag;

All the cats join in; When Buddha smiles; Superman; Get happy; Crazy rhythm; The hour of parting;

In a sentimental mood; Tuesday at ten; Bach goes to town  + 9 more.

                                                                                             JSP Records JSP 911               £19.99

 

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NEW VOCALIONS ! For Release end of October !

 

TED HEATH & His Music “Kern for Moderns” & “Ted Heath Showcase” 2-on-1 series

24 tracks incl.: Long ago and far away; They didn’t believe me; Bill; Can I forget you; The song

is you; I won’t dance; Faithful Hussar; Canadian sunset; Time’s a-wastin’; Bernie’s tune; Bone

idle; Drive in; Jungle drums; Asia Minor etc.                       Vocalion CDLK 4151             £9.99

TED HEATH & His Music “89th Palladium Concert” & “100th Palladium Concert” 2-on-1.

23 tracks incl.: The Champ; Pick yourself up; Blues for moderns; The Hawk talks; Lush slide;

Birth of the blues; Fascinating rhythm; Our waltz; Theme from “Moulin Rouge”; Viva Verrell;

Henry IX; Mood indigo; Sheik of Araby; Holiday for strings; How high the moon etc.

                                                                                              Vocalion CDLK 4153             £9.99

TED HEATH & His Music “Big Band Blues” & “Big Band Dixie Sound” 2-on-1 series.

24 tracks incl.: St. Louis blues; Memphis blues; Blues in the night; Limehouse blues; Basin Street blues; Jazz me blues; Honky tonk train blues; Blues serenade; That’s a-plenty; I wish I could shimmy; Darktown Strutters’ Ball; Riverboat shuffle; Chicago; Someday sweetheart; Copenhagen;

At the Jazz Band Ball; South Rampart Street parade etc.    Vocalion CDLK 4155            £9.99

DENNIS LOTIS – Decca Singles 1951-55, many with Ted Heath & His Music. 25 tracks incl.

Undecided; That’s a-why; Settin’ the woods on fire; Don’t let the stars get in your eyes; Wild horses; Big Mamou;Look at that girl; That’s amore; Such a night etc. Vocalion CDLK 4150      £9.99

CYRIL STAPLETON & His Orchestra “The Decca Singles”. 30 tracks incl.: Highway Patrol;

Elephants’ tango; The Italian theme; The Red Balloon; Strings on parade; Carnavalito; Come next

Spring;Eleanora; Meet Mr. Callaghan; Blue star; Forgotten dreams; Volare; The happy whistler;

Magic fingers; Guadalcanal March; Tango mambo etc.           Vocalion CDLK 4154      £9.99

 

 

 

 

The BEVERLEY SISTERS – “The Decca Singles” 1955-58. 26 tracks incl.: I remember mama

Have you ever been lonely; Teddy bear; Willie can; Born to be with you; Bye bye love; I’ll see you in my dreams; I dreamed; My heart goes a-sailing etc.               Vocalion CDLK 4156   £9.99

CHARLIE KUNZ – “Old Time Music Hall Songs” & “Songs to Remember” 2-on-1 series.

Dozens of songs everybody knows incl.:Let the great big world keep turning; Daddy wouldn’t

Buy me a bow-wow; I’m shy Mary Ellen; Lily of Laguna; Goodbye Dolly Gray; I was a good little

Girl till I met you; Oh, oh, Antonio; After the ball; Three o’clock in the morning etc. etc. That

lovely week-end; Only forever; I’ll get by; Sleepy lagoon; Paperdoll; White cliffs of Dover; Room

504; Amapola; Dolores; Dearly beloved etc. etc.                     Vocalion CDLK 4158     £9.99

STANLEY BLACK & His Orchestra “Hollywood Love Themes” & “Big Instrumental Hits”

24 tracks incl.: It’s magic; Love is a many splendoured thing; A woman in love; Tammy; Hold my

hand; True love; Secret love; My foolish heart; Holiday for strings; Ebb tide; Patricia; Canadian

sunset; Delicado; April in Portugal; Harry Lime theme etc.    Vocalion CDLK 4159     £9.99

LITA ROZA – The Decca Singles” 1951-57 . 26 tracks incl.: Allentown Jail; Blacksmith blues;

High noon; Early autumn; Half as much; Ebb tide; How much is that doggie in the window; Bell

Bottom blues; Make love to me; Secret love; Idle gossip etc. Vocalion CDLK 4160     £9.99

GEORGIA BROWN “A Bit of What You Fancy” LYDIA MacDONALD “Will Ye No Come

Back” 2-on-1 series. Both Albums with TED HEATH & His Music.   If you know the albums

you’ll know the tracks. Otherwise phone for details.               Vocalion CDLK 4164    £9.99

FRANK CHACKSFIELD & His Orchestra “Mediterranean Moonlight” & “Lovely Lady”

2-on-1 series. 28 tracks incl.: April in Portugal; Lady of Spain; Make it soon; Valencia; Isle of Capri; Arrivederci darling; Carnival of Venice; I’m in the mood for love; Lovely lady; On the

sunny side of the street; Don’t blame me; Blue again etc.       Vocalion CDLK 4162    £9.99

ROBERT FARNON & His Orchestra. “The Wide World of…” 12 tracks incl.: Wide world; Olympic March; Scenic wonders; Swallow flight; Lake Louise; Cascade to the sea; Magic Island;

How beautiful is night; Cruise world; Hollywood stars etc.    Vocalion CDLK 4146    £9.99

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LATE ARRIVALS.

 

COUNT BASIE JAM – Montreux  ’77 with Roy Eldridge, Benny Carter, Zoot Sims, Al Grey,

Vic Dickenson, Ray Brown etc. 24-bit remastered: Bookie blues; She’s funny that way; These

Foolish things; Kidney stew; Trio blues; I got it bad; Jumpin’at the woodside. OJC20.379.2  £8.99

SAL NISTICO “Heavyweights” with Nat Adderley, Barry Harris etc. Rec. 1961-62: Mamblue;

Seconds anyone; My old flame; Au privave; Cheryl; By myself etc.Milestone MCD 47096  £13.99

JIMMY DORSEY & His Original Dorseyland Jazz Band. Complete 1949-50 Columbias.  19

Tracks incl.: Johnson rag; Struttin’ with some barbecue; Chimes blues; South Rampart St. parade;

Tin roof blues; Jazz me blues; Panama; High society etc. Definitice Records DRCD 11205  £10.99

ART PEPPER  “Those Kenton Days”. Complete Kenton’s featuring Pepper’s solos. 17 tracks

Incl.: Harlem folk dance; Unison riff; Cuban carnival; Journey to Brazil; How high the moon;

Harlem holiday; Jolly Rogers; Blues in riff; Art Pepper; Viva Prado; Round Robin; Dynaflow; Jump

For Joe; Street of dreams; Sambo; Francesca etc.              Definitive Records DRCD 11228 £10.99

GERRY MULLIGAN – Complete 1950-52 Prestige Studio Recordings: Flying the coop; I may be wrong; New York; Sax appeal; Hot dog; Why not; Leavin’ town; So what; Roundhouse; Funhouse; Mullenium; Get happy; ‘S wonderful etc.         Definitive Records DRCD 11227 £10.99

MODERN JAZZ QUARTET Live at The Montreux Jazz Festival ’82 “Together Again”

Django; The cylinder; The Martyr; Really true blues; Odds against tomorrow; The Jasmine tree;

Monterey mist; Bags’ new groove; Woody’n you.                         Pablo PACD20. 244.2         £8.99

 

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