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Happy Birthday Duke Ellington!!! – Gramophoney Baloney

April 30, 2012
2:36 pm

All vintage recordings (1912-1950), including plenty of Duke Ellington, and lots of other stuff from around the world.

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PLAYLIST:

  • “Flowers of Edinburgh (excerpt)” by W.F. Cameron from “Melodeon Greats – A Collection Of Melodeon Masterpieces”
  • “Canned Heat Blues” by Tommy Johnson from “Legends of the Country Blues”
  • “Tally-Ho” by Dizzy Gillespie & His Orchestra from “John Coltrane – Complete Recordings with Dizzy Gillespie”
  • “Cheesy Breeze” by Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies from “Daddy of Western Swing”
  • “Solitude” by Larry Adler from “The Great Larry Adler – Original Recordings 1934-1947”
  • “The Sheik of Araby” by Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra from “Original Masters – The best of Duke Ellington”
  • “As Aman Or Syri I Zil” by Jonuzai Islam Me Shocket from “Albanian Village Music – Recorded in Tirana 1930”
  • “Osu Oblango” by Yeboa’s Band from “Opika Pende – Africa at 78 RPM
  • “Five Ilonga tunes” by Belekeloosa Kayala from “Tanzania Instruments – Tanganyika 1950”
  • “Kim Derdiki” by Musseref Hanim from “To Scratch Your Heart – Early Recordings From Istanbul”
  • “Fihren Die Mechutonim Aheim” by Naftule Brandwein & Abe Schwartz’s Orchestra from “Klezmer Music – Early Yiddish Instrumental Music – The First Recordings: 1908-1927
  • “Raga: Janpuri” by Bismillah Khan from “Vintage 78 RPM Records”
  • “Dyo Mavra Matia Agapo” by Yiorgos Papasideris & Yiorgos Anestopoulos from “Premier Greek Clarinettist”
  • “Bedevi Oyunu” by Şükrü Tunar from “Legendary Clarinetist of Turkey”
  • “Havagli Guelbi, Pt.1” by Dalila Rochdi from “Opika Pende – Africa at 78 RPM
  • “Nikolaev Bulgar” by Dave Tarras with Abe Ellstein’s Orchestra from “Dave Tarras – Master of Klezmer Music – Volume One – Original Recordings 1929 – 1949”
  • “Morning Dew/Colleen Bawn” by Paddy Killoran from “Oldtime Records – Vol. 2 – U.S. Recordings”
  • “Al Grito de Viva España” by Manuel Vallejo & Antonio Moreno from “Grabaciones Discos Pizarra – Año 1930”
  • “Minuet In Swing” by Spade Cooley from “Swingin’ The Devil’s Dream”
  • “Since We Put The Radio In The Henhouse (excerpt)” by Hoosier Hot Shots from “Everybody Stomp”
  • “He’s a Hillbilly Gaucho” by Hoosier Hot Shots from “Everybody Stomp”
  • “Soutsanenh” by Anon. Khéne from “The Secret Museum of Mankind, Vol. 3 Ethnic Music Classics: 1925-48”
  • “High Life” by Dagombe Band of Gold Coast Police from “Opika Pende – Africa at 78 RPM
  • “March Guitar” by Okuth Onuku from “Opika Pende – Africa at 78 RPM
  • “Crescendo In Blue” by Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra from “Original Masters – The best of Duke Ellington”
  • “Dance of the Octopus” by Red Norvo from “Knockin’ On Wood”
  • “O Sole Mio” by Guido Deiro from “Complete Recorded Works, Vol.1”
  • “Mood Indigo” by Duke Ellington & His Orchestra from “The “C” Jam Blues”
  • “Tootin’ Thru The Roof” by Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra from “Original Masters – The best of Duke Ellington”
  • “Swingin’ With Dora (excerpt)” by Hoosier Hot Shots from “Everybody Stomp”
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Nov. 6th 2011 Gramophoney Baloney Podcast + Playlist: “1938 Revisted”

November 7, 2011
12:45 pm

After the Gramophoney Baloney Hallowe’en Show of 1938 recordings last week, I couldn’t quite bring myself to move on from 1938 to do something different, so here is a second show comprised of recordings from 1938…

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PLAYLIST:

• “A Beautiful Life” by The Monroe Brothers from “All The Classic Releases 1937-1949“
• “A Velha Sei Que Não” by Sebastião Alves Feitosa from “Missão de Pesquisas Folclóricas
• “Moten Stomp” by Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra from “Rare Recordings”
• “(Pizzetti’s) Violin Sonata in A major: I. Tempestoso” by Yehudi Menuhin accompanied by Hephzibah Menuhin from “BACH, J.S. / ENESCU / PIZZETTI: Violin Sonatas (Menuhin) (1929, 1936, 1938)”
• “Anything For Love (Tango Calypso)” by Harmony Kings’ Orchestra from “Calypso Carnival”
• “Ta Veloudhenia Matia Sou” by Stratos-Tsitsanis from “Rembetika 3 – Vasillis Tsitsanis”
• “Lover, Come Back To Me” – Larry Adler with Quintet of Hot Club of France from “Maestro of The Mouth Organ”
• “Skrontch” by Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra (feat. Ivie Anderson) from “Original Masters”
• “Cielito Lindo” Xavier Cugat & His Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra with Chacha Aguilar & Carmen Castillo from “One – Two – Three – Kick”
• “Daphné” by Django Reinhardt et le Quintette du Hot Club de France, avec Stéphane Grappelli from “Djangology”
• “Fox Chase” by Sonny Terry from “Country Blues Troubadours 1938-1948”
• “Slap Happy” by Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra (feat. Ivie Anderson) from “Original Masters”
• “The Bee Song” by Arthur Askey from “Music Hall Memories”
• “Mia Galanomata Stin Athina” by M. Vamvakari – Efstr. Payioumidzi from “Master of Rembetika”
• “First Movement From Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet in A Major” Benny Goodman & The Coolidge String Quartet from “The Complete Legendary Carnegie Hall- 1938”
• “Dinah’s In A Jam” by Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra from “Original Masters”
• “Oh, Lady Be Good” by Slim & Slam from “Slim & Slam”
• “African War Call” by The Roaring Lion with the Cyril Monrose String Orchestra from “Calypso Calaloo – Early Carnival Music in Trinidad”
• “We, The People” by Fats Waller & His Rhythm from “Portrait Vol. 2”
• “Echo Vathia Ton Pono” by Hadzichristos-Konstandinidhis from “Rembetika 2 – More of the Secret History of Greece’s Underground Music”
• “On The Bumpy Road To Love” by Fats Waller & His Rhythm from “Portrait Vol. 2”
• “Non Stop Flight” by Artie Shaw & His Orchestra from “Artie Shaw and His Orchestra”
• ”(J.S. Bach’s) Cello Suite No. 6 in D major, BWV 1012: II. Allemande” by Pablo Casals from “BACH, J.S.: Cello Suites Nos. 1-6”
• “Hip Chic” by Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra from “Original Masters”
• “Jonah And The Whale” by Louis Armstrong with the Decca Mixed Chorus directed by Lynn Murray from “Jeepers Creepers – Original Recordings 1938-1939”
• “I Got Rhythm” The Benny Goodman Quartet from “The Complete Legendary Carnegie Hall- 1938”
• “Sumsenbacher-Landler” by Tegernseer Baurnkapelle, Ltg.: Albert Moar from “Bayern – Volksmusik – Rare Schellacks 1906-1941”
• “If There Wasn’t Any Women In The World” by Paddy Killoran from “Oldtime Records – Vol. 2. U.S. Recordings”
• “The Cheeky Chappie Tells A Few More” by Max Miller from “In London”
• “Lost John” by Sonny Terry from “Country Blues Troubadours 1938-1948”.

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