A golden age of Jazz revisited 1939-1942 (VOL JZ 10001)

book image
Author(s): Voice of Lyrics
Format: Two CD set in case
Publication date: 2008-11-01
Price: $15.00

Companion CD’s to the book A golden age of Jazz revisited 1939-1942.

The 2 CD’s include 49 of the representative selections, played by the outstanding musicians of the era.

CD 1

1 Charlie Barnet, Cherokee
2 Erskine Hawkins, Tuxedo Junction
3 Fats Waller, Squeeze Me
4 Eddie Condon, Nobody’s Sweetheart
5 Quintette of the Hot Club of France, HCQ Strut
6 Count Basie, Lester Leaps In
7 Lionel Hampton, When Lights Are Low
8 Bob Crosby, High Society
9 Coleman Hawkins, Body and Soul
10 John Kirby, Schubert’s Serenade
11 Earl Hines, Rosetta
12 Muggsy Spanier, Dipper Mouth Blues
13 Billie Holiday, The Man I Love
14 Jimmie Lunceford, Lunceford Special
15 Jelly Roll Morton, Mamie’s Blues
16 Duke Ellington, Ko-Ko
17 Cab Calloway, Pickin’ The Cabbage
18 Jam Session at Commodore No. 3, A Good Man Is Hard To Find
19 Bechet-Spanier Big 4, Four Or Five Times
20 Mildred Bailey, I’m Nobody’s Baby
21 Tommy Dorsey, East Of The Sun
22 Chocolate Dandies, I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me
23 Louis Armstrong/Sidney Bechet, Coal Cart Blue
24 Lee Wiley, Sugar

CD 2

1 Bud Freeman, Jack Hits The Road
2 Art Tatum, Begin The Beguine
3 Artie Shaw, Summit Ridge Drive
4 Meade Lux Lewis, Honky Tonk Train Blues
5 Artie Shaw, Star Dust
6 Johnny Hodges, Day Dream
7 Benny Carter, All Of Me
8 King Cole, Sweet Lorraine
9 Benny Goodman, I Found A New Baby
10 Woody Herman, Blue Flame
11 Count Basie, 9:20 Special
12 Teddy Wilson, China Boy
13 Jay McShann, Hootie Blues
14 Gene Krupa, Let Me Off Uptown
15 Claude Thornhill, Snowfall
16 Ella Fitzgerald, I Got It Bad
17 Glenn Miller, A String of Pearls
18 Jimmy Dorsey, Tangerine
19 Harry James, The Mole
20 Mel Powell, The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
21 Red Norvo, Jersey Bounce
22 Tommy Dorsey, Well Git It!
23 Earl Hines, Stormy Monday Blues
24 James P. Johnson, Snowy Morning Blues
25 Benny Goodman, Why Don’t You Do Right