Catching Up On Vintage Style Reading Glory Days


Relaxing at home, catching up on Jimmy Vargas’ interview about 1920s – 1930s band Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters in the latest issue of Glory Days Magazine #10. Do you have your copy? http://www.glorydaysmagazine.com/

Greg Poppleton, authentic 1920s - 1930s singer, kicks back between shows reading Glory Days

Greg Poppleton, authentic 1920s – 1930s singer, kicks back between shows reading Glory Days

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Julius Sumner Miller Ways To Produce Electricity. Phantom Dancer Radio Swing Jazz Mix 14 July 2015


Here is your Phantom Dancer play list for Tuesday 6 July 107.3 2SER Sydney 12noon – 2pm and online at http://www.2ser.com

On this week’s 2 hour non-stop mix of swing and jazz from live 1920s – 1960s radio you’ll hear live swing and jazz with a spiritual theme to begin with, followed by Hawaiian melodies, Mickey Mouse Bands, Hot Swing, new directions in music from live 1950s radio by Slim Gaillard, and a set of live 1930-40s radio by Glenn Miller, including a 1938 aircheck from before he created his famous sound.

Your Phantom Dancer Video of the Week is Julius Sumner Miller giving Dramatic Demonstrations in Physics on Ways To Produce Electricity. This is program 41, recorded at ABC-TV in Sydney in 1969. Enjoy…

Open + Shadrack and When The Saints Go Marching In
Jack, Jack, Jack
Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show CRN #166

107.3 2SER Tuesday 14 July 2015
After the 2SER 12 noon news, 12:03 – 2:00pm (+10 hours GMT)
Repeat Sunday 2SER 5 – 6pm

Set 1
In Dat Mornin’
Jimmie Lunceford and his Chickasaw Syncopators (preaching) Moses Allen
Comm Rec
Memphis
6 Jun 1930
Louis Armstrong
‘All Star Parade of Bands’
Basin Street
WRCA NBC NY
8 May 1955
Hallelujah!
Svenska HotKvintetten
Comm Rec
Stockholm
Oct 1939
Set 2
Royal Hawaiian Hotel Hula + Lehi Lehi Oe + Close
Keeamoku Lewis and his Royal Hawaiians (voc) KL and Band
Radio Transcription
Hawaii
Sep 1934
Blue Shadows on the Trial
Sherman Hayes Orchestra (voc) SH and Band
Martinique Restaurant
WGN Mutual Chicago
1940s
Open + Please Don’t Say No
Frankie Masters Orchestra (voc) FM
‘Spotlight Bands’
Cedar Rapids Iowa
Blue Network
1945
Set 3
Instrumental
Buddy Morrow Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Blue Room
Hotel Lincoln NY
AFRS re-broadcast
27 May 1946
Claude Thornhill Orchestra (voc) Fran Warren and Band
‘One Night Stand’
Glen Island Casino
New Rochelle NY
AFRS Re-broadcast
23 Jun 1947
The Missouri Waltz
Frankie Carle Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Cocoanut Grove
Ambassador Hotel LA
AFRS Re-broadcast
1951
Set 4
Bop City
Charlie Barnet Orchestra
Rendezvous Ballroom
Bilboa Ca
KHJ Mutual Los Angeles
30 Jun 1949
Solo For Alto
Stan Kenton Orchestra (alto sax) Lee Konitz
Russ Auditorium
KFSD San Diego Ca
10 Feb 1953
How High The Moon including Bambalu + Close
Slim Gaillard
‘Stars in Jazz’
Birdland
WNBC NBC NY
9 Se
Set 5
Take The A Train
Duke Ellington Orchestra
‘Guest Star’
New York
11 Feb 1951
Theme + The Dart Game
Shelly Manne Quintet
Basin Street
WRCA NBC New York
1956
Tiny’s Blues
Allen Eager
Birdland
WMCA NY
KFI NBC LA
1951
Set 6
Open + Pennsylvania 6-5000
Glenn Miller Orchestra (voc) Band
1940s re-broadcast
Aircheck
20 Apr 1940
In The Mood
Glenn Miller Orchestra
‘Wehrmacht Hour’
ABSIE (American Broadcasting Station in Europe)
London
Nov 1944
Limehouse Blues
Glenn Miller Orchestra
Cafe Rouge
Hotel Pennsylvania
WJZ NBC Blue NY
6 Nov 1940
The Dipsy Doodle
Glenn Miller Orchestra
Paradise Restaurant
WEAF NBC Red NY
18 Jun 1938
Set 7
It’s a Great World After All
Don Redman Orchestra (voc) DR and Band
Comm Rec
New York
28 Jun 1932
I’ve Got Five Dollars (theme) + Sugar
Freddy Rich Friendly Five Orchestra (van) Joe Venuti
‘Friendly Five Footnotes’
Radio Transcription
New York
1932
Cheer Up + Ballyhoo
Eddie Cantor (voc) Phil Spitalny’s Music. Joe Venuti (vln) Bob Effros (tp)
Hit of the Week Records
New York
Oct 1931
Harvey
Hotsy Totsy Gang. Hoagy Carmichael (voc and piano)
‘Brunswick Brevities’
Radio Transcription
New York
Oct 1929
Set 8
From Another World
Shep Fields and his Rippling Rhythm Orchestra
Radio Transcription
New York
1940
Flower of Dawn
Russ Morgan Orchestra (voc) RM
‘One Night Stand’
Biltmore Bowl
Biltmore Hotel LA
AFRS Re-broadcast
13 May 1946
Little Sir Echo
Barney Rapp and his New Englanders (voc) Doris Day
‘The Sign of the Drum’
NBC Cincinnati
17 Jun 1939
Solid Geometry for Squares/div>
Joe Marsala Orchestra with Adele Girard (harp)
Log Cabin
Armouk NY Aircheck
23 Oct 1942

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July Newsletter – Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters


HELLO Bakelite Broadcasters and Lounge Bar Lotharios,

A wonderful June.

Greg Poppleton is interviewed in the latest issue, #10, of the vintage style bible, Glory Days Magazine…on sale now!

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters played at the Gin Mill Social, Bondi Pavilion and Penrith RSL. The Lounge Bar Lotharios 1920s Orchestra backed touring US singer Marilyn Keller with Greg Poppleton MC at The Concourse.

Lots to tell you in this month’s newsletter:
1. New 1920s-1930s Chill Mix 2 from the Bakelite’s 3 albums now on YouTube, CDBaby and Bandcamp.Chill Mix 1 is heading towards 400,000 YouTube views,
2. Phantom Dancer radio show, swing and jazz from live 1920s-60s radio and TV in a non-stop 2 hour mix now repeated Sundays 5pm on 107.3 2SER. Hear past shows archived at 2ser.com,
3. Shows at the Gin Mill Social Oxford St and Sydney Rowers Abbotsford 17 and 19 July,
4. The Life and Music of Scott Joplin shows at the Glen St Theatre 24 and 25 July.

1920s-30s CHILL MIX 1 ON YOUTUBE AND BANDCAMP

– The band’s Chill Mix 1 YouTube video is now at 385 114 views. Listen here,
– Up from 360 187 on 1st June,
– Download your copy at BANDCAMP

http://gp1.This is the cover for the stereo mix which my 11 year old son, Damon, drew one afternoon…

NEW! – 1920s-30s CHILL MIX 2 NOW ON YOUTUBE AND BANDCAMP
Damon Poppleton (alto sax) Nigel Date (guitar) with Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters at Penrith RSL

Damon Poppleton (alto sax) Nigel Date (guitar) with Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters at Penrith RSL

At the Gin Mill Social. Next 1920s Gin Mill is Friday 17 July

At the Gin Mill Social. Next 1920s Gin Mill is Friday 17 July

– 1920s-1930s Chill Mix 2 – a mix from the 3 band albums went on YouTube 8 June.
Listen here,
– Already at 2 363 views,
– With a picture from the band’s Blue Note show,
– Download your copy at BANDCAMP

Chill Mix 2

JULY GIG GUIDE

Tues 7 July: 12 – 2pm, Phantom Dancer, 107.3 2SER. Swing and jazz from 1920s-60s radio. (Repeated Sundays 5-6pm on 2SER. Heard on 22 radio stations across Australia). Play List

Tues 14 July: 12 – 2pm, Phantom Dancer, 107.3 2SER. Swing and jazz from 1920s-60s radio. (Repeated Sundays 5-6pm on 2SER. Heard on 22 radio stations across Australia). Play List

Fri 17 July: 7pm, Gin Mill Social, Slide Cabaret, 41 Oxford St Surry Hills. Tickets
It’s the 1920s in there!  Gangsters, flappers, acrobats, jugglers and Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters opens the show. Greg Poppleton (1920s voc) Geoff Power (trumpet and sousaphone) Paul Baker (banjo)

Sun 19 July: 3 – 6pm, Jazz on the Deck, Sydney Rowers Club, 613 Great North Road Abbotsford.FREE.
Jazz to dine by. Jazz to meet friends by. Watch the sun set over the Parramatta River at the scenic Sydney Rowers. Greg Poppleton (1920s voc) Paul Furniss (alto sax and clarinet) Darcy Wright (double bass) Grahame Conlon (guitar).

Tues 21 July: 12 – 2pm, Phantom Dancer, 107.3 2SER. Swing and jazz from 1920s-60s radio. (Repeated Sundays 5-6pm on 2SER. Heard on 22 radio stations across Australia). Play List

Fri 24 July: 8 – 10pm, The Life and Music of Scott Joplin, Glen Street Theatre, Glen Street Belrose. TICKETS.
Come and discover the story of Scott Joplin and his music.
From the Maple Leaf Club in Sedalia to St Louis and the 1904 World’s Fair and then on to New York and his ultimate dream of producing his own opera, Treemonisha.
The story will be told by Greg Poppleton as John Stark, Joplin’s publisher and long-time friend. Musical Director: Craig Mitten
Scott Joplin’s music will be played by nine of Australia’s finest ragtime musicians –  Stephen Grant (piano) Craig Mitten (trumpet) Phil Harper (clarinet) Geoff Power (trombone) Marcus Holden (violin) Sandra Mitten (flute, piccolo) Chris King (piano) Ed Bastion (string bass) and Tanya Christensen (vocals).

Sat 25 July: 2 – 4pm, The Life and Music of Scott Joplin, Glen Street Theatre, Glen Street Belrose. TICKETS.
Come and discover the story of Scott Joplin and his music.
From the Maple Leaf Club in Sedalia to St Louis and the 1904 World’s Fair and then on to New York and his ultimate dream of producing his own opera, Treemonisha.
The story will be told by Greg Poppleton as John Stark, Joplin’s publisher and long-time friend. Musical Director: Craig Mitten
Scott Joplin’s music will be played by nine of Australia’s finest ragtime musicians –  Stephen Grant (piano) Craig Mitten (trumpet) Phil Harper (clarinet) Geoff Power (trombone) Marcus Holden (violin) Sandra Mitten (flute, piccolo) Chris King (piano) Ed Bastion (string bass) and Tanya Christensen (vocals).

Tues 28 July: 12 – 2pm, Phantom Dancer, 107.3 2SER. Swing and jazz from 1920s-60s radio. (Repeated Sundays 5-6pm on 2SER. Heard on 22 radio stations across Australia). Play List

CANBERRA, Tune in to The Phantom Dancer radio show 7pm every Sunday night on ArtSoundFM.The Phantom Dancer is also on 2RRR 88.5 Sydneyon Thursdays and 20 other radio stations
1ART   Canberra    ACT
2ARM  Armidale    NSW
2CHR  Cessnock    NSW
2GCR  Goulburn    NSW
2MCE  Bathurst    NSW
2MIA    Griffith    NSW
2NCR  South Lismore    NSW
2RRR  Gladesville    NSW
2SER  Broadway    NSW
2XX     Canberra City    ACT
2YOU  Tamworth    NSW
3CH    Woodend    VIC
3ECB  Croydon    VIC
3UGE  Alexandra  VIC
3VKV   Mount Beauty    VIC
4BAY   Thornlands    QLD
4BSR   Beaudesert    QLD
4NAG  Yeppoon   QLD
4NSA   Noosa Heads    QLD
4YOU  Rockhampton    QLD
5GS    Victor Harbor    SA
7RGY  Geeveston    TAS
8CCC  Alice Springs    NT

Check the Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters website for more shows. Gin Mill Social in August. The band’s second Cronulla RSL show in September.

CALL US…

We add 1920s – 1930s glamour to wedding receptions, birthday parties and corporate events. Trio to orchestra.

Talk to the debonair Mr Tony Jex. He’ll help you with a free quote,
T: 02 9567 7171
M: 0407 941 263
E: bookings@bakelitejazz.com

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We look forward to seeing you at a show soon…

Kindest Regards
Greg

 

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Julius Sumner Miller Magnetism. Phantom Dancer 2 Hour Swing Mix 7 July 2015


Here is your Phantom Dancer play list for Tuesday 7 July 107.3 2SER Sydney 12noon – 2pm and online at http://www.2ser.com

On this week’s 2 hour non-stop mix of swing and jazz from live 1920s – 1960s radio you’ll hear live swing and jazz from 1920s-60s radio by Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Jan Savitt, and Charlie and Jack Teagarden.

Plus there’re a few commercial sides including a 1930s side by Australian swing maestri Frank Coughlin and George Trevare, and a 1940s record by Mandopop singer Yao Lee whose song Rose, Rose I Love You is the only Chinese Pop Song ever to get into the top 3 in the US Charts. It was covered by Frankie Laine in 1951. Petula Clark did a cover of the 1940 song in the UK.

Also I’ll be playing Sets 7 and 8 left over from the 23 June Phantom Dancer.

Your Phantom Dancer Video of the Week is Julius Sumner Miller giving Dramatic Demonstrations in Physics on the matter of Magnetism. This is program 40, recorded at ABC-TV in Sydney in 1969. Enjoy…

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show CRN #165

107.3 2SER Tuesday 7 July 2015
After the 2SER 12 noon news, 12:03 – 2:00pm (+10 hours GMT)
Repeat Sunday 2SER 5 – 6pm

Set 1
The Object Of My Affection
Boswell Sisters
Comm Rec
New York
10 Dec 1934
Rose, Rose I Love You
Yao Lee
Comm Rec
Shanghai
1940
Jim
Diane Courtney
‘Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street’
WJZ NBC Blue
11 Aug 1941
Set 2
I’m Grateful To You
Clint Noble Orchestra (voc) unidentified male vocalist
Sustaining Program
NBC
1936
Vagabond Dreams
Frank Geoghan Orchestra
Terrace Room
Hotel Statler
WHK Mutual Cleveland
5 April 1940
Medley: I Don’t Know Why I Love You Like I Do + Easy Street + You Oughta Be In Pictures + Close
Tommy Carlin Orchestra
Bill Green’s Casino
NBC Pittsburgh
1945
Set 3
Sobbin’ Blues
Frank Coughlan Orchestra
Radio Transcription
Sydney
25 May 1937
Dipsy Doodle (open) + Heart and Soul
Larry Clinton Orchestra (voc) Bea Wain
Streets of Paris
International Casino
WEAF NBC Red NY
15 Nov 1938
Love Is Sweeping The Country + Wintergreen For President
George Gershwin with Orchestra
‘Music By Gershwin’
KFI NBC Gold LA
1933
Set 4
Curl a Mo, Uncle Joe
Ray Anthony Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Cafe Rouge
Cafe Statler
AFRS Re-broadcast
11 Jan 1952
Open + The Trolley Song
Frank Sinatra
‘Command Performance USA’
AFRS Hollywood
1945
El Greco
Benny Goodman Orchestra
‘One Night Stand’
Palladium Ballroom
AFRS Re-broadcast
1949
Set 5
Curl The Mo, Uncle Joe
George Trevare Orchestra
Comm Rec
Sydney
1944
Jump Woogie
Tony Pastor Orchestra
Aircheck
New York
Apr 1944
Ad + Beulah’s Boogie
Lionel Hampton Orchestra
Casa Manana
Culver City
KFI NBC LA
20 Jul 1947
Honeysuckle Rose
Harry James Orchestra
Blue Room
Roosevelt Hotel
WWL CBS New Orleans
1951
Set 6
Honeysuckle Rose
Coleman Hawkins All-Star Jam Band
Comm Rec
Paris
28 Apr 1937
Hold Tight
Benny Goodman Orchestra
‘Camel Caravan’
Earle Theatre
Phildelphia
14 Feb 1939
What Goes Here In My Heart
Jan Savitt and his Top Hatters
KYW NBC Red
Philadelphia
17 Oct 1938
Medley: You Took Advantage Of Me + Tea For Two + Lady Be Good
The 3 T’s (Jack and Charlie Teagarden and Frank Trambauer)
Hickory House
WEAF NBC Red NY
9 Dec 1936
Set 7
It Had To Be You
Sterling Young Orchestra (voc) Bobby Ennis
Radio Transcription
Chicago
1939
Snootie Little Cutie
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra (voc) Frank Sinatra and The Pied Pipers (incl Jo Stafford)
‘Tommy Dorsey Show’
Capitol Theatre
Washington DC
Aircheck
18 Aug 1942
My Baby Said Yes
Charlie Spivak Orchestra (voc) Irene Daye
‘One Night Stand’
Century Room
Hotel Commodore NY
AFRS Re-broadcast
25 Feb 1945
In A Mizz
Duke Ellington Orchestra (voc) Ivie Anderson
Ritz-Carlton Hotel
WNAC NBC Red Boston
26 Jul 1939
Set 8
Slow Boat To China
Charlie Parker Quintet
‘Symphony Sid Show’
Royal Roost
WMCA NY
26 Feb 1949
Interview
Gerard Hoffnung and Charles Richardson
‘Saturday Night on the Light’
BBC Light Program
London
1955
Blue and Boogie (theme) + Together
Billy Eckstine Orchestra (voc) BE
‘Jubilee’
AFRS Hollywood
Feb 1945
Nearness of You
Ben Webster Quartet
Aircheck
May 1962

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Penrith Jazz 20 June – Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters


Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters returned to one of the 1920s – 1930s band’s favourite clubs, Penrith RSL, for an afternoon of jazz age jazz and swing era swing.

Greg Poppleton sang the songs of the 1920s and 1930s for listeners and dancers. In the Bakelite Broadcasters were Damon Poppleton (alto sax) Nigel Date (guitar) and Bob Gillespie (drums).

Damon Poppleton on alto sax, with Nigel Date, guitar, playing Take the A Train.

Damon Poppleton on alto sax, with Nigel Date, guitar, playing Take the A Train.

The band's old name in lights. Maybe Bakelite Dance Band is catchier than Bakelite Broadcasters?

The band’s old name in lights for this aftrenoon’s show. Maybe Bakelite Dance Band is catchier than Bakelite Broadcasters?

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Bob Gillespie (drums) Nigel Date (guitar) Damon Poppleton (alto sax) play, It Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing’. Bob Gillespie was the drummer for Lovelace Watkins, the touring Glenn Miller and Les Brown Orchestras and Maynard Ferguson’s English Band.

A selfie as the band plays and I get ready to sing.

A selfie as the band plays and I get ready to sing.

Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters also play for weddings, corporate functions and parties. Book now.

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Julius Sumner Miller Electric Charges. Phantom Dancer 2 Hour Swing Mix 2SER Tues 30 June 2015


Halfway through the year and here is your Phantom Dancer play list for Tuesday 30 June 107.3 2SER Sydney 12noon – 2pm and online at http://www.2ser.com

YOU CAN HEAR THE 30 JUNE PHANTOM DANCER UNTIL 30 JULY AT 2SER.COM (scroll down to immediately under the Bop City photo.)

On this week’s 2 hour non-stop mix of swing and jazz from live 1920s – 1960s radio you’ll hear swing band sets from live 1940s radio, swing from 1930s radio, airchecks by Louis Jordan, Slim Gaillard, Oscar Pettiford and more.

Your Phantom Dancer Video of the Week is Julius Sumner Miller giving Dramatic Demonstrations in Physics on the matter of Electric Charges. This is program 39, recorded at ABC-TV in Sydney in 1969. Enjoy, along with a Phantom Dancer extra this week…

Play List – The Phantom Dancer
107.3 2SER-FM Sydney, Live Stream, Digital Radio
Community Radio Network Show CRN #163

107.3 2SER Tuesday 30 June 2015
After the 2SER 12 noon news, 12:03 – 2:00pm (+10 hours GMT)Repeat Sunday 2SER 5 – 6pm

Set 1
Say It With Music (Open) + After You’ve Gone
Benny Goodman Orchestra
‘For The Record’
WEAF NBC NY
1944
It Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing
Duke Ellington Orchestra (voc) Ray Nance and Taft Jordan
‘Date With The Duke’
400 Restaurant NY
AFRS re-broadcast
30 Apr 1945
You Can’t Have Your Cake And Eat It
Harry James Orchestra
Casino Gardens
Ocean Park Ca
KECA ABC LA
27 Sep 1945
Set 2
If I Didn’t Care
Bob Lyons Trocadero Orchestra (voc) Olive Lester
Comm Rec
Sydney
10 Jan 1940
Medley: Just Naive + Someone Cares
Henry Russell Orchestra
‘Let’s Dance’
Radio City
KFI NBC LA
1948
Open + Along The Navajo Trail
Pat Friday (voc) Henry Russell Sextet
‘Personal Album’
AFRS Hollywood
1945
Set 3
Procession of the Sardar
Les Brown Orchestra
‘Comm Rec’
Chicago
8 Apr 1941
Ad + White Sails
Johnny Saab (Hammond Organ)
WJSV CBS
Washington DC
21 Sep 1939
Ad + It Ain’t Gonna Rain No More + Aloha Oe
Wendell Hall
‘Pineapple Picadour’
WMAQ NBC Red Chicago
1931
Set 4
Smich a Place (Laughing & Crying)
Karel Moravec (harmonica) Sextet
Comm Rec
Progue
1945
The Geek + Straighten Up And Fly Right (theme)
Nat King Cole Trio
‘King Cole Trio Time’
WMAQ NBC Chicago
13 Mar 1948
Thermopylae
Stan Kenton Orchestra
‘Jazz Club USA’
Voice of America
Washington DC
1952
Set 5
Apollo Jump
Lucky Millinder Orchestra
Comm Rec
New York
16 Nov 1941
Open + Unidentified Time
Johnny Otis Orchestra
‘Jubilee’
AFRS Hollywood
Oct 1945
One O’C;oak Jump
Count Basie Orchestra
Radio Transcription
Los Angeles
Oct 1945
Clap Hands Here Comes Charley
Fletcher Henderson Orchestra
‘Jubilee’
AFRS Hollywood
1944
Set 6
We’ve Got The Moon and Sixpence
Ray Noble Orchestra
Beverly Wiltshire Hotel
Beverly Hills Ca
KFI NBC Red LA
21 Mar 1940
Love Is The Sweetest Thing
Hal Kemp Orchestra (voc) Skinnay Ennis
‘Lavena Program’
New York City
1934
It’s Easy To Remember (Open) + Caravan
George Hall Orchestra
Radio Transcription
New York City
1937
Haunting Me
Henry Busse Orchestra
Radio Transcription
Chicago
1935
Set 7
Moonlight on the Ganges
Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra
Cafe Rouge
Hotel Pennsylvania
WABC CBS NY
8 Feb 1943
Open + I’d Do It All Over Again
Gene Krupa Orchestra (voc) Anita O’Day
Astor Roof
Hotel Astor
WOR Mutual NY
15 Aug 1945
Throwing The Switch
Earl Hines Orchestra
‘Jubilee’
AFRS Re-broadcast
1946
Smokey Mary + Close
Bob Crosby Orchestra
Aircheck
23 May 1942
Set 8
Broke But Happy
Louis Jordan Tympany 5 (voc) LJ
Aircheck
Empire Hotel
Hollywood
Apr 1949
Lady Be Good
Slim Gaillard
‘Symphony Sid Show
Birdland
WJZ ABC NY
2 Jun 1951
Lover Come Back To Me
Stan Getz Quartet
Basin Street
WRCA NBC NY
1956
Two French Fries
Oscar Pettiford
Birdland
WCBS CBS NY
26 May 1957

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