zaterdag 25 september 2010

Oldtime songs go on the town

The oldtime songs take a night on the town, stumblin' and jumpin' from whitey's ballroom to smokey blues and ragtime shacks, sneaking a peek in an after hours speakeasy and ending up broke and high in front of the cracklin' radio.

Phil Harris – Play a simple melody
Ray Noble & his Orchestra – My hat's on the wrong side of my head
King Oliver – Shake it and break it
Fats Waller – The Sheik of Araby
Bessie Smith – Gimme a pigfoot (Gimme a reefer)
Geechie Wiley & Elvie Thomas – Skinny leg blues
Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra – Blue prelude
Blanche Calloway – Growlin' Dan
Cab Calloway – The ghost of Smokey Joe
The Jungle Band – Jungle mama
Xavier Cugat & his Orchestra – Walter Winchell Rhumba
Ray McKinley & his Orchestra – Civilization (Bongo bongo bongo)
Ernest Hare & Billy Jones - That certain party
Chas Creath's Jazz-o-maniacs – King Porter's stomp
Fats Waller – Reefer song
Jack Sheedy's Dixieland Jazz Band – Gambler's blues
Bessie Smith – 't Ain' nobody's bizness if I do
Reverend Gary Davis – Candyman
Al Bowly – Kleine maat (little pal)
Ray Noble & his Orchestra – Midnight, the stars and you

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