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Sunday Evening Jazz (Music)

Classic Jazz from 20's on: small groups, big bands and, of course, Ellingtonia

Sun Jul 23rd 2017 7.00pm–9.00pm

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Time zone: pacific


Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “All Of Me”
from Jazz Party (columbia 1959) —Johnny Hodges, as


Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “Passion Flower”
from The Private Collection, Vol Seven (Saja 1962) —Johnny Hodges, as


Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “The Star-Crossed Lovers (alt)”
from Such Sweet Thunder (Dedicated to the Shakespearean Festival, Stratford, Ontario) [Remastered] (columbia 1957) —Johnny Hodges, as; Paul Gonsalves, ts


Johnny Hodges “The Hare”
from The Complete Verve Johnny Hodges Small Group Sesssions 1956-61 (Mosaic (6CD) 1960) —Harold Ashby, ts; Shorty Baker, tpt; Lawrence Brown, Booty Wood, trb; Jimmy Hamilton, clt


Rex Stewart & His 52nd Street Stompers “Rexatious (Alt)”
from Duke Ellington: The Complete 1936-1940 Variety, Vocalion And Okeh Small Group Sessions (Mosaic (7CD) 1936) —Johnny Hodges, sop/as; Harry Carney, clt/bar; Duke Ellington, pno


Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “Caravan”
from Black, Brown & Beige (The 1944-1946 Band Recordings) (Bluebird (3CD) 1945) —Lawrence Brown, trb; Jimmy Hamilton, clt; Ray Nance, vln; Cat Anderson, tpt


Duke Ellington & His Orchestra “You, You Darlin'”
from Never No Lament: The Blanton-Webster Band (Bluebird (3CD) 1940) —Ben Webster, ts; Lawrence Brown, trb; Herb Jeffries, vcl


Traymore Orchestra “Soliloquy”
from Early Ellington: The Original Decca Recordings (Decca Jazz/GRP (3CD) 1927) —Duke Ellington, pno/ldr; June Clark, tpt; Joe Nanton, trb


Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra “Sophisticated Lady”
from The Complete 1932-1940 Brunswick, Columbia and Master Recordings of Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra (Mosaic (11CD) 1937) —Lawrence Brown, trb; Artie Whetsel, tpt; Barney Bigard, clt; Otto Hardwick, as


Artie Shaw & His Orchestra “Nocturne”
from Classic Artie Shaw Bluebird And Victor Sessions (Mosaic (7CD) 1941) —Lee Castle, tpt; Les Robinson, ts


Earl Hines & His Orchestra “XYZ”
from Classic Earl Hines Sessions 1928-1945 (Mosaic (7CD) 1939) —Budd Johnson, ts/arr; Walter Fuller, tpt


Count Basie & His Orchestra “Slats”
from The Complete Clef/Verve Count Basie Fifties Studio Recordings (Mosaic (8CD) 1956) —Ernie Wilkins, arr; Joe Newman, tpt; Frank Wess, ts; Bill Hughes, trb


Harry James & His Orchestra “King Size Blues”
from Four Classic Albums Plus (Avid Jazz (UK)(2CD) 1959) —Ernie Wilkins, arr


Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra “Rhythm of the Tambourine”
from A Study In Frustration (Columbia (4 LP set) 1937) —Emmett Berry, tpt; Chu Berry, ts; Jerry Blake, clt


The Gerald Wilson Orchestra “Come Bach to Sorrento”
from State Street Sweet (MAMA Foundation 1994) —Plas Johnson, ts


Henry Mancini & His Orchestra “The House of the Rising Sun”
from Mancini '67 (RCA Victor (LP) 1967) —Plas Johnson, ts


Gene Harris All Star Big Band “Blue And Sentimental”
from Tribute to Count Basie (Concord Jazz 1987) —Plas Johnson, ts


Jones-Smith, Inc “Lady, Be Good”
from Classic 1936-1947 Count Basie And Lester Young Studio Sessions (Mosaic (8CD) 1936) —Count Basie, pno; Lester Young, ts; Carl Smith, tpt


Count Basie “Oh, Lady Be Good”
from Kansas City 7 + Memories Ad-Lib (Essential Jazz Classics (EU) 1962) —Eric Dixon, Frank Foster, ts; Thad Jones, tpt


Lee Wiley “Heatwave”
from Follow Your Heart (Jasmine Records (2CD) 1950) —Stan Freeman & Cy Walter, pno


Bob Wilber & Kenny Davern “Yours Is My Heart Alone”
from Summit Reunion (Nagel-Heyer Records (GER) 1994) —Wilber, sop


Sidney Bechet & His New Orleans Feetwarmers “After You’ve Gone”
from The Sidney Bechet Story (Proper (UK)(4CD) 1943) —Vic Dickenson, trb


Edmond Hall's Blue Note Jazzmen “Blues At Blue Note (Alt)”
from The Blue Note Jazzmen (Blue Note/Capitol 1943) —Sidney DeParis, tpt; James P Johnson, pno; Vic Dickenson, trb


Sam Price Band “Match Box Blues”
from Sounds Of Harlem Vol 2 (HEP Records (UK) 1941) —Emmett Berry, tpt; Jack Meredith, vcl; Don Stovall, as


Buster Bailey “Hot Water Bayou”
from The Complete Stanley Dance "Mainstream Jazz" Recordings 1958-1959 (Fresh Sound (9CD) 1958) —Red Richards, pno; Gene Ramey, bs; Jimmie Crawford, dms


Johnny Hodges & His Orchestra “Things Ain't What They Used To Be”
from Things Ain't What They Used To Be (RCA Victor Vintage (LP) 1941) —Opening theme

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