Friday, September 29, 2017

Start Off Each Playlist with a Song

Happiness is a warm guitar. And T-Bone.

Coffeetime, September 29, 2017, Angelynn Grant

set 1
Freddie Hubbard / Hub-Tones / For Spee’s Sake / Blue Note / 10.10.62
Lou Donaldson / Lou Donaldson Quartet/Quintet/Sextet / Moe’s Bluff / Blue Note / 8.21.54
Earl Hines & his Orchestra / G.T. Stomp / Bluebird / 7.12.39
Billy Cotton & his Orchestra / Whistle and Blow Your Blues Away / Columbia / London 6.3.32 / vocal = Sam Browne
T-Bone Walker & his Guitar / She’s My Old Time Used-To-Be / Capitol / Hollywood 11.6.47
Francis Faye / Sings Folk Songs / Medley: Oif’n Priptchik; Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral (That’s an irish Lullaby); Come Back to Sorrento / Bethlehem / Hollywood spring 1957

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

set 2
Bud Powell / Bud! The Amazing Bud Powell, Volume 3 / Don’t Blame Me / Blue Note / 8.3.57
Coleman Hawkins / The Hawk in Hi Fi / Little Girl Blue / RCA Victor / 1.17.56 / with Billy Byers & his Orchestra
Vido Musso’s All Stars / My Jo-Ann / Savoy / 2.25.46
Golden Gate Orchestra aka The California Ramblers / Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie / Edison Diamond Disc / 11.24.25
Todd Rhodes & his Toddlers / Let Down Blues / King / Cincinnati 6.20.53 / vocal = Sadie Madison
Jimmy Durante / Club Durant / Medley: The World Needs New Faces; Start Off Each Day with a Song; If You Knew Susie / Decca / live TV broadcast (prob. Colgate Comedy Hour) 3.14.54 / with Eddie Cantor
Bobby Darin / Venice Blue / The Good Life / Capitol / Hollywood 1965

set 3
Horace Parlan / Happy Frame of Mind / Dexi / Blue Note / 2.14.63
Johnny Coles / Little Johnny C / My Secret Passion / Blue Note / 8.9.63
The Be Bop Boys / Bombay / Savoy / 8.23.46
Tony Pastor & his Orchestra / Five Salted Peanuts / Victor / 1945
The Vocaleers / I Walk Alone / Red Robin / 1953
Johnny Hartman / Just You, Just Me… / Sometime Remind Me to Tell You / Regent / 12.18.47

set 4
Cy Coleman / Playboy’s Penthouse / Playboy Theme / Everest / 1960
Shorty Rogers / The Playboy Jazz All-Stars / Play, Boy! / Playboy [RCA Victor] / Hollywood 7.15.57
Walter Huston / September Song / Broadway musical “Knickerbocker Holiday” / Brunswick / 1938
Chuck Willis / My Story / Okeh / 12.27.52
Stan Kenton & His Orchestra / From the Creative World of Stan Kenton Comes the Exciting New Voice of Jean Turner / A Lot of Livin’ to Do / Capitol / Hollywood 9.11, 12.63
Harmonizing Four / I Found the Lord / Gotham [unissued] / early 1950s

last soulful song
Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes / To Be True / Bad Luck / Philadelphia International Records / Philadelphia 1975