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“JUMPIN’ AT THE RECORD SHOP” on GRAMOPHONEY BALONEY

April 16, 2012
4:05 pm

DJ McSchmormac, looking forward to Record Store Day later this week, which will include a six hour Radio Valencia in-store remote broadcast from Vinyl Solution Records in San Mateo, bases this week’s entire Gramophoney Baloney playlist around some of the names mentioned in the lyrics of “Jumpin’ At The Record Shop” by Slim Gaillard.

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JUMPIN’ AT THE RECORD SHOP  (Slim Gaillard)

May I hear your new releases/ I’m in the market for some brand new pieces/ Let me read your record list/  There may be something I don’t want to miss/ Duke Ellington, Count Basie and The Dorseys/ Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, they’re the voices/ King Cole and Johnny Mercer, just won’t stop/ Jumpin’ at the record shop/ Artie Shaw, Coleman Hawkins and Harry James/ Lena Horne, Dinah Shore, a few of the names/ Carmen Miranda, Xavier Cugat/ Jumpin’ at the record shop/  Jack Benny and Bob Hope tell the jokes/ Bob Wills and Spade Cooley play the folks/ Sammy Kaye, Gene Krupa and Johnny Long, Slim Gaillard, the guy, wrote this song/ Pied Piper Calloway, Anita O’Day/ Kate Smith, Perry Como, just won’t wait/ Eddie Cantor, Frances Langford, Jimmie Lunceford, too/ Harry James, Henry Busse … (?)/ Betty Hutton, Kay Kyser, all have fame/ Don’t feel slighted if we missed your name/ Al Jarvis ‘n’ Martin Block, just won’t stop/ Jumpin’ at the record shop/  Pied Piper Calloway, Anita O’Day, Kate Smith and Perry Como just won’t wait,/ Eddie Cantor, Frances Langford, Jimmie Lunceford, too/ Henry Busse, Guy Lombardo know just what to do/ Betty Hutton, Kay Kyser, all have fame/ Don’t feel slighted if we missed your name/ Al Jarvis ‘n’ Martin Block just won’t stop/ Jumpin’ at the record shop/  We only had three minutes and we’re not to blame/ Because we jumped in that record shop

PLAYLIST:

  • “Maxim – Marche” (excerpt) by Orchestre Tzigane du Restaurant du Rat Mort from “Early Tzigane Records”
  • “Jumpin’ At The Record Shop” by Slim Gaillard Quartette from “Slim Gaillard – The Chronological Classics – 1945 Vol.2”
  • “Braggin’” by Harry James & His Orchestra featuring Dick Haymes from “You Call It Madness”
  • “My Cofession” by Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys from “Take Me Back to Tulsa”
  • “Leave My Heart Alone” by The Coleman Hawkins Orchestra from “Body And Soul – 1933-1949”
  • “St. Louis Blues” by Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra with Bing Crosby from “Original Masters – The best of Duke Ellington”
  • “San Francisco Fan” by Cab Calloway and his Orchestra from “This Is Hep”
  • “Polichinello (Pulichinello)” by Carmen Miranda from “The Extraordinary Girl”
  • “Let There Be Love” by Swing and Sway With Sammy Kaye featuring Tommy Ryan – vocal from “In The Mood With…”
  • “Wiggle Woogie” by Count Basie and His Orchestra from “The Boogie Box Vol.3”
  • “Coming In On A Wing And A Prayer” by Eddie Cantor from “Flashbacks #6 – American War Songs 1933-1947 – Hitler & Hell”
  • “All For You” by The Nat King Cole Trio from ““Jazzy” The beginnings”
  • “Out Of Nowhere“ by Artie Shaw and his Orchestra from “Artie Shaw and his Orchestra”
  • “Bassology” by Slim Gaillard and His Flat Foot Floogee Boys from “Slim Gaillard – The Chronological Classics – 1940-1942”
  • “Sensation Stomp” by The Paul Whiteman Orchestra featuring Jimmy Dorsey from “Sweet and Low Down”
  • “Johnny Doughboy Found A Rose In Ireland” by Kay Kyser & his Orchestra from “The Kollege of Musical Knowledge”
  • “The House That I Live In” by Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & his Orchestra from “Frank Sinatra – Hall of Fame”
  • “Opus One” by Gene Krupa and his Orchestra featuring Anita O’Day from “Anita O’Day with Gene Krupa & Stan Kenton – expanded edition”
  • “Bim, Bam, Bum” by Xavier Cugat and his Orchestra featuring Tito Rodriguez from “Say “Si Si””
  • “By My Side” by Lee Morse with her Bluegrass Boys from “A Musical Portrait”
  • “Harlem On Parade” by Gene Krupa and his Orchestra featuring Anita O’Day from “Anita O’Day with Gene Krupa & Stan Kenton – expanded edition”
  • “Rockabye River” by Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra from “Time’s A Wastin’ Original Recordings Vol.11 1945-1946”
  • “All The Things You Are” by Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & his Orchestra from “Frank Sinatra – Hall of Fame”
  • “A Pair Of Broken Hearts” Spade Cooley and His Western Dance Gang featuring Tex Williams from “Swingin’ The Devil’s Dream”
  • “Pennies From Heaven Medley” by Bing Crosby, Frances Langford, Louis Armstrong and Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra from “The Chronological Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra 1936-1937”
  • “Pennies From Heaven” by Bing Crosby, Frances Langford, Louis Armstrong and Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra from “The Chronological Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra 1936-1937”
  • “Quierme Mucho (Yours)” by Xavier Cugat & His Waldorf Astoria Orchestra featuring Dinah Shore from “Say “Si Si””
  • “Laguna” by the Slim Gaillard Quartette from “Slim Gaillard – The Chronological Classics – 1945”
  • “Don’t Fence Me In” by Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen And His Orchestra from “Apple Blossom Time”
  • “You’re From Texas” by Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys from “Take Me Back to Tulsa”
  • “Tic Tac Do Meu Coração (Tic-Tac Of My Heart)” by Carmen Miranda from “The Extraordinary Girl”
  • “Chickery Chick” by Sammy Kaye, Nancy Norman, Billy Williams and The Kaye Choir and the Kaydets from “In The Mood With…”
  • “Chicken Rhythm (Introduction by Bob Hope)” by the Slim Gaillard Trio from “Slim Gaillard – The Chronological Classics – 1946”
  • “Hit That Jive Jack” by The Nat King Cole Trio from ““Jazzy” The beginnings”

Due to sound problems throughout most of the original 10am broadcast, DJ McSchmormac felt compelled to return to the studio six hours later to re-do the entire show so the week’s podcast would sound as fantastic as possible! Now that’s dedication!

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Live music when Georgia English visits Gramophoney Baloney on the 8th Day of 2012

January 9, 2012
1:03 am

And so, on the eighth day of 2012, D.J.McSchmormac was joined in the studio by very special live guest Georgia English, who performed some of her latest songs as well as a few from her back pages, accompanied by as splendid an array of sound reproductions dating from 1904-1950 as any you’ve ever heard.

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PLAYLIST:

  • “George White’s Favorite/ The Lass of Carracastle”(excerpt) by Paddy Sweeney from “Farewell to Ireland”
  • “Pachuca” by Pérez Prado from “¡Primal!“
  • “Screamin’ and Hollerin’ the Blues” by The Masked Marvel from  “(Charley Patton) – Complete Recordings 1929-1934”
  • “Salvation” by Georgia English from “Georgia English live on Gramophoney Baloney”
  • “New John Henry” by Sonny Terry from “Country Blues Troubadours 1938-1948”
  • “Old Fashioned Love” by Georgia English from “Georgia English live on Gramophoney Baloney”
  • “The Gayest Old Dude That’s Out” by Uncle Dave Macon from “Volume 2: Classic Cuts 1924-1938”
  • “That’s When You Know” by Georgia English from “Georgia English live on Gramophoney Baloney”
  • “Music In The Sky” by Georgia English from “Georgia English live on Gramophoney Baloney”
  • “Time Has Done Got Hard” by King Solomon Hill from “When The Levee Breaks – Mississippi Blues – Rare Cuts 1926-1941”
  • “Ready For It All” by Georgia English from “Georgia English live on Gramophoney Baloney”
  • “Inspiracion (Spanish Valse)” by Joseph Moskowitz from “The Art of the Cymbalom”
  • Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out” by Georgia English from “Georgia English live on Gramophoney Baloney”
  • “Oberbayrischer Gebirgsländler” by D’Weinschütz – 1. Münchner Instrumental-Terzett from “München – Volkssänger – Rare Shellacs 1902-1948”
  • “Say When” by Dizzy Gillespie And His Orchestra from “John Coltrane – Complete Recordings With Dizzy Gillespie”
  • “Been” by R. Singh Bikhul from “The Secret Museum of Mankind, Vol. 4 – Ethnic Music Classics: 1925-48”
  • “How Long Buck” by Skip James from “Legends of the Country Blues”
  • “Symphonie Pour un Homme Seul: Scherzo” by Pierre Schaeffer & Pierre Henry from “Panorama De Musique Concrète”
  • “Dr. Dahlgram’s Atomic Beam Machine”
  • “Karsilamas Tekirdag” by Cavadhias Popular Orchestra from “Rembetika 2 – More of the Secret History of Greece’s Underground Music”
  • “Vout Oreenie” by Slim Gaillard And His Boogiereeners from “The Chronological Classics – 1945”
  • “Dynamite” The Slim Gaillard Trio from “The Absolute Voutest! ‘46”
  • Follow Me Around the Garden/The Lark In The Meadows” by Doran, Sullivan & Owens from “Oldtime Records Vol. 3 Piping Rarities
  • “Camino En Los Valles” by Athualpa Yupanqui from “Camino del Indio – Sus Primeros Éxitosm 1942-1944”
  • “In An 18th Century Drawing Room” by The Raymond Scott Quintette from “Reckless Nights and Turkish Twilights”
  • (Von Weber’s) Violin Sonata No. 1 In F Op. 10: Larghetto” by Fritz Kreisler with Michael Raucheisen from “The Charming Maverick – Plays – etc.”
  • “Wang Wang Blues” by Sam Ku West from “Hawaiian Hula Blues – Acoustic Steel Guitar Masperpieces 1927/8”
  • “Dancing On The Beach” by Slim & Slam from “Slim & Slam”

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