Friday, September 02, 2011

Let's Take an Old Fashioned Playlist



Coffeetime, September 2, 2011, Angelynn Grant

bed
Bucky Pizzarelli / Flashes - Solo 7-String Guitar, Volume 3 / Arbors Jazz / 2004

set 1
Barry Harris / Bull’s Eye / Bull’s Eye / Prestige / 6.4.68
Clifford Brown / Baby / Vogue / Paris 10.8.53
Charlie Barnet & his Orchestra / Hop on the Skyliner! / Strollin’ / Decca / 10.21.43
Jack Buchanan / Goodnight Vienna / HMV / London 1.18.32
Loumell Morgan / Darktown Strutters’ Ball / Apollo / 8.9.46
George Shearing & Dakota Staton / In the Night / The Thrill is Gone / Capitol / LA 1957

set 2
Blue Mitchell / [Step Lightly] / Cry Me a River / Blue Note / 8.13.63
Chico Hamilton / Ellington Suite / In a Sentimental Mood / World Pacific / LA 1959
Art Tatum / Stormy Weather / Brunswick / 1937
Syd Valentine & his Patent Leather Kids / Rock and Gravel / Champion / 10.2.29
Nat King Cole & Harry “Sweets” Edison / You Can Depend on Me / Capitol / LA 8.15.56
Bobby Darin/ Sings Ray Charles / Leave My Woman Alone / Atco / LA 1962

set 3
Horace Parlan / On the Spur of the Moment / Pyramid / Blue Note / 3.18.61
Kenny Burrell & Jimmy Smith / Blue Bash / Soft Winds / Verve / 7.26.63
Dizzy Gillespie / School Days / Lady Be Good / Savoy / 4.16.51 / vocal = Joe Carroll
Johnny Otis & his Orchestra / I Found Out My Troubles / Savoy / LA 1.11.50 / vocal = The Robins
Earl Coleman / Earl Coleman Returns / Social Call / Prestige / 6.8.56

set 4
Lennie Neihaus / Lennie Niehaus, Vol 5 / Thou Swell / Contemporary / LA 1.9, 11, 12.56
Buddy Collette / Jazz Loves Paris / The Last Time I Saw Paris / Specialty / Hollywood mid-50s
Walter Huston / September Song / Brunswick / 1938 (?) / with Victor Young & Orchestra
Frank Sinatra & Dorothy Kirsten / Let’s Take an Old Fashioned Walk / radio transcription from AFRS Light-Up Time / Hollywood 9.26.49
Pat Carroll & Barbara Ruick / Stepsisters' Lament / from soundtrack CBS broadcast of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella / Hollywood 11.2, 5, 6.64 / premiered on CBS TV on 2.22.65
The Trumpeteers / Don’t Take Everybody for a Friend / Philadelphia late 1954

last soul song
Alton Ellis / Sings Rock and Soul / Get Ready / Coxsone / Kingston, Jamaica 1967