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NEWSLETTER #143
Jazz, Dance Bands & Vocalists
Hoagy Carmichael ->
Fats Waller
 

 

 

 

NEW BOOKS

 
HARLEM OF THE WEST The San Francisco Fillmore Jazz Era by Elizabeth Pepin & Lewis Watts ● BOOK $27.50
Paperback, 192 pages, highly recommended Counts as six CDs for shipping This book is essentially a great coffee table book with its 8" x 9 1/2" size and its abundance of fantastic sepia-toned photography that captures a much under appreciated era and location in American music history, full of fantastic photos from all of the great old Fillmore district jazz and blues clubs from the 1940s and 1950s. You get pictures and stories about luminaries like Duke Ellington, Sammy Davis, etc., but also and almost more importantly to the book, you get the stories and photos of the locals, the fans, the promoters and all those people that made it a special scene. In the case of the fabulous Sugar Pie Desanto, you get both. Great addition to any good music library. (JM)

 
THE PRODUCER John Hammond And The Soul Of American Music by Dunstan Prial ● BOOK $27.00
Hardcover, 328 pages, count as six CDs for shipping Author Dunstal Prial will probably be unfamiliar to most of you; his work for the Associated Press and Dow Jones are not that well known and this is his first foray into the music world. I guess that if you are gonna start somewhere in the music world, you might as well start with a giant of the industry. John Hammond (Jr.) was easily one of the most important men in the history of the 20th century music industry. Even if merely judged on his early work discovering, producing, and heralding such artists as Billy Holiday, Benny Goodman, Count Basie and Charlie Christian, the man would still be a legend. But there is more: he was also a great early champion for civil rights and a force of nature in the Jazz world and beyond and if he dropped dead in 1950, his name would still be known and respected to this day. The great man would not go quietly into that good night, though, and in the second half of his career he was the responsible for launching the widespread success of Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, Bruce Springsteen and amazingly, this man (who's first favorite record in 1918 was Sir Henry Laudner's "Roamin' In The Gloamin'") had the vision and ear in 1982 to get behind an up-and-coming Texas blues guitarist named Stevie Ray Vaughn, which was his last big production and clearly an exclamation point on a brilliant career. This is the first biography of John Hammond (apart from his autobiography of some 20 years ago), his career could and should have a lot more written about him. This book is a good start. Dunstal Prial provides us with a solid reconstruction of the legend's life and it is certainly well written. My only complaint is that so much of the content of this book comes across as cursory; the seasoned music reader will fly through this and possibly come away from it wanting a more complex and detailed account written in language that only comes from those immersed in the music field. All in all though, there is a lot of great material covered within and the subject is so worthy that I can still heartily recommend this. (JM)

 
NEW ORLEANS Playing A Jazz Chorus by Samuel Charters ● BOOK $17.95
Paperback, 227 pages, highly recommended, counts as three CDs for shipping The legendary Samuel Charters--Jazz and Blues music historian, writer, record producer, musician, and poet--goes back to the city that he has loved since his first visit back in 1950. What he finds might surprise you. There is tragedy, heartache and ruins, but this is far from just a damage report. Charters takes the pulse of New Orleans and it has skipped a few beats, but it still strong, still pounding away. The city has been through hell and the music scene (and the city) could have easily have just faded away, but the players are still there, still creating. Not just the old guard, either; there a lot of hot young players as well. The author takes you through it all, examines the ruins, tells the histories, his and others and embraces the future. It is said that 75% of the currently displaced New Orleans residents don't plan on coming back. There is a fear that the city will be saved as just a tourist attraction or a museum town, but if Sam Charters writing here is an indication, there might still be hope. (JM)

 

NEW DVDS

 
NOTE: Unless otherwise noted all DVDs offered are in NTSC format which means that they will not play on a European DVD players unless you have a multiple format player.
   
VARIOUS ARTISTS American Music AMVD 3 New Orleans Piano Players ● DVD $35.98
Previously unseen footage of piano players like Manuel Manetta, Alton Purnell, Sadie Goodson and Billie Pierce plus a segment on the legendary Richard M. Jones filmed by Bill Russell. There are also sections on Joe Robicheaux, including a never before heard Decca recording of his band at the Rhythm Club in 1936. Burnell Santiago and Fats Pichon are also featured. Introduced by New Orleans pianist Rickie Monie, this film documents many of the originators of the style in words and music.

 

NEW COMPACT DISCS

 


HOAGY CARMICHAEL Avid 150 In Person 1925-1955 ● CD $69.98
10 CD set box set with 265 tracks primarily devoted to the great songwriter as a performer covering recordings from his 1925 session with Hitch's Happy Harmonists to the easy listening 1955 album "Hoagy Carmichael Plays Ballads For Dancing. He is also featured with Paul Whiteman's Orchestra, Irving Mills & His Hotsy Totsy Gang, Louis Armstrong, Bix Beiderbecke and many others. There are several versions from different sessions of his most famous songs like Rockin' Chair/ Washboard Blues/ Baltimore Oriole/ Georgia On My Mind/ Lazy River and, of course, Star Dust which is featured in 13 different versions! In addition to his commercial recordings this set includes his V-Disc recordings, his rare ARA recordings and radio transcriptions. The 10th disc features other artists interpreting Hoagy's songs including Louis Armstrong, Ethel Waters, Teddy Wilson & His Orch, Dorothy Lamour, Glenn Miller & His Orch., Frank Sinatra, Jane Russell and others. Includes many previously unissued tracks as well as tracks not on CD or LP before. Features booklet with notes by Carmichael biographer Richard Sudhalter.

 
MILES DAVIS Columbia-Legacy 84784 Cool & Collected ● CD $18.98
13 tracks, 70 minutes, excellent
Another fine addition to the Sony/Legacy catalog is this baker's dozen recorded between 1956 and 1984. For anyone new to the work of Miles Davis, he was simply one of the best jazz artists to ever pick up a trumpet who worked and recorded with a plethora of giants; John Coltrane, Bill Evans, Julian "Cannonball" Adderly, Philly Joe Jones, Ron Carter, Darryl Jones, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, John McLaughlin and a great many others, all featured here. Gershwin's Summertime, an alternate take of Fran-Dance, Cyndi Lauper's Time After Time, and a previously unreleased remix of It's About That Time shine as well as 'Round Midnight/ So What, and more. Marvelous stuff. (CR)

 
BENNY GOODMAN & HIS ORCHESTRA Proper BOX 109 The Essential BG ● CD $26.98
Four CD set with 101 tracks featuring some of the most popular recordings from the 30s and 40s by the man who helped popularize swing music during this period.

 
COLEMAN HAWKINS JSP JSPCD 931 The Essential Sides Remastered, 1929-1939 ● CD $28.98
Four CD set with 103 tracks tracing the evolution of this early giant of the tenor sax from some of his first recordings in 1929 with the Chocolate Dandies through to 1939 recordings the British band of Jack Hylton & His Orch. and including sides with McKinney's Cotton Pickers, Jack Purvis & His Orch., The Mound City Blue Blowers, Spike Hughes & His Negro Orchestra, various groups under his own leadership, Benny Goodman & His Orch., The Michel Warlop Orch., Benny Carter & His Orch. and others. Compiled and remastered by ace remastering engineer Ted Kendall.

 
THE MILLS BROTHERS Jazz Legends 2011 The Best Of the Early Mills Brothers, 1931-1942 ● CD $10.98
21 tracks, 57 mins, highly recommended
Compiled and annotated by jazz historian Scott Yanow this is a great collection of early sides from John, Harry, Herbert, and Donald Mills - one of the most influential and enduring vocal groups ever. These years spawned the Mills' novel and hugely popular "human orchestra" sound, a vocal imitation of the swinging brass sections that powered small jazz groups of the period. Included are jaunty 4-part arrangements of Tiger Rag/ Sweet Sue/ It Don't Mean A Thing/ Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet/ Lulu's Back In Town/ Caravan/ Jeepers Creepers and others. Excellent sound. (FS)

 
THE MODERN JAZZ QUARTET Proper Intro 2084 La Ronde - An Introduction To The MJQ ● CD $9.98
17 tracks,78 mins, recommended
A Proper Introduction to the Modern Jazz Quartet is just that, and a fine one as well. "La Ronde" features the first 17 tracks the MJQ laid down for Prestige from June of 1953 to July of 1955. By those last sessions the personal had firmed to the four members that would comprise the MJQ for the next 4 decades, with John Lewis leading the way with his composing, arranging, superb piano playing and solid vision of what the MJQ would, could and should be. These 78 minutes of tracks are the initial offering of that vision - chamber jazz played with the intellectual sensibilities of bebop combined with the esthetic of a classical chamber group and presented in a more formal context than what people were used to from "jazz". Later, "Third Stream" was the term coined to describe this musical form that the MJQ helped pioneer. This CD features Django and Concorde, two classic compositions forever associated with the MJQ, and a lovely Gershwin melody that flows seamlessly. Sophisticated and always polite, the MJQ get under your skin: you'll unexpectedly find your foot tapping to their subtle swing. With good notes on the genesis of the MJQ, this release makes a recommended and fine intro to these Jazz cat sophisticates. (RB)

 
LEE MORSE Jasmine 646 Echoes Of A Songbird - 50 Recordings From 1924-1930 ● CD $19.98
Though vaudeville vocalist Morse, with her distinctive vocal style, was incredibly popular and prolific in the 20s and 30s, very little of her material has been reissued on CD. This two CD set features 50 tracks recorded between 1924 and 1930 for Pathe, Perfect and Columbia. Compiled and annotated by Lee Morse expert Ian House the set comes with a 12 page booklet with notes, rare photos and discographical details.

 
KING OLIVER Off The Record MM 6-2 The Complete 1923 Band Recordings ● CD $26.98
Two CD set with 37 tracks featuring some of the finest ever recordings of New Orleans Jazz with Oliver in the company of 22-year old Louis Armstrong plus Johnny Dodds, Baby Dodds, Honore Dutrey and Lil Hardin. These have been newly remastered from best available copies including the only known copy of Zulu's Ball and Working Man Blues. This is the first time that all these tracks have been remastered from original 78s - even the previous stellar transfers by John R.T. Davies used second generation copies for some of the tracks. All tracks have been speed adjusted so they play in the correct pitch and tempo. Includes 32 page book booklet with in-depth notes, photos, discography and technical details on the restoration techniques.

 
DJANGO REINHARDT Documents 222918 Djangology ● CD $29.98
10 CD set featuring 200 tracks of some of the greatest jazz guitar ever recorded featuring the Belgian born gypsy guitar genius. There are no notes or discographical information but the tracks seem to be arranged chronologically and contain the majority of his recordings cut between 1937 and 1943 including his classic sides with the Quintette Du Hot Club De France featuring his brilliant friend and long time associate Stephane Grapelly and including sides with musicians like Michel Warlop, Bill Coleman, Pierre Ferret, Louis Vola, Coleman Hawkins and more. Sound quality is generally fine though a few tracks show use of a bit too much digital noise reduction.

 
JACK TEAGARDEN Jazz Oracle 8053 1930 Studio Sessions ● CD $16.98
During the period these 23 tracks were recorded, Teagarden was a member of Ben Pollack's orchestra which was one of the top New York bands of the dat. This album features some of Jack's most obscure recordings, from sessions issued under the names Of Ben Selvin, Sam Lanin and Cornell & His Orchestra. Includes newly discovered alternate takes as well as other titles not reissued before. With Jimmy Dorsey, Carl Krtess, Rube Bloom, Charlie Spivak, Adrian Rollini, Dick McDonough, Benny Goodman and others.

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Documents 222278 Battle Of Pianos ● CD $25.98
Four CD set with 86 tracks tracing the history of jazz piano starting in 1923 with Jelly Roll Morton's Grandpa's Spells and ending in 1982 with Chick Corea in a live performance of Seabreeze. Along the way we hear Earl Hines, Fats Waller, Art Tatum, Teddy Wilson, Willie "The Lion" Smith, Jimmy Yancey, Meade Lux Lewis, Sam Price, Nat "King" Cole, Erroll Garner, Mary Lou Williams, George Shearing, Thelonious Monk, Oscar Peterson, Horace Silver, Claude Bolling, McCoy Tyner and many more. Includes 20 page booklet with notes on the artists and discographical information.

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Documents 223505 Swing Time For Dancing ● CD $19.98
10 CD set with 200 tracks from the swing era - mostly 30 and 40s.
LOUIS ARMSTRONG: Flat Foot Floogie/ Leap Frog/ Rockin' Chair/ Satchel Mouth Swing/ Swing That Music/ Wolverine Blues/ CHARLIE BARNET: Cherokee/ Flying Home/ Pompton Turnpike/ Skyliner/ Southern Fried/ COUNT BASIE: Basie Strides Again/ Jive At Five/ One O'clock Jump/ Swingin' In The Blues/ Topsy/ Twelfth Street Rag/ BARNEY BIGARD: Someday Sweatheart/ Sugar/ Tea For Two/ DON BYAS: I'm Beginning To See The Light/ Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm G/ They Say It's Wonderful/ BENNY CARTER: Black Bottom/ Gin And Jive/ I'm In The Mood For Swing/ New Street Swing/ Patience & Fortitude/ There's A Small Hotel/ CHARLIE CHRISTIAN: Flying Home/ Gone With ,,what'' Wind/ Seven Come Eleven/ Soft Winds/ BUCK CLAYTON: Countless Blues/ I Know That You Know/ Them There Eyes/ Way Down Yonder In New Orleans/ COZY COLE: Comes The Don/ The Beat/ TOMMY DORSEY: On The Sunny Side Of The Street/ Opus One/ Royal Garden Blues/ The Sheik Of Araby/ Weary Blues/ Well Git It/ Yes, Indeed/ ROY ELDRIDGE: Fiesta In Brass/ Fish Market/ Jump Through The Window/ St.louis Blues/ The Gasser/ DUKE ELLINGTON: Concerto For Cootie (do Nothin'/ Conga Brava/ Cotton Tail/ Don't Get Around Much Any More/ Merry-go-round/ Take The "a" Train/ ERROLL GARNER: How High The Moon/ I'm In The Mood For Love/ Indiana/ Lover/ Poor Butterfly/ When You're Smiling/ BENNY GOODMAN: Camel Hop/ China Boy/ Dinah/ Exactly Like You/ Goody Goody/ I Can't Give You Anything But Lo/ If Dreams Come True/ Life Goes To Party/ Make Believe/ Pick-a Rip Part 1 & 2/ Ti-pi-tin/ Who?/ BOBBY HACKET: Ain't Misbehavin'/ Bugle Call Rag/ Doin' The New Low-down/ Poor Butterfly/ That's How Dreams Should End/ Clarinet Marmelade/ EDMOND HALL: A Shanty In Old Shanty Town/ I Can't Believe That You're In Lov/ It Had To Be You/ It's Been So Long/ HARRY HAMES: Sweet Georgia Brown/ LIONEL HAMPTON: High Society/ I've Found A New Baby/ It Don't Mean A Thing (if It Ai/ One Sweet Letter From You/ Pinetop's Boogie Woogie/ Ribs And Hot Sauce/ Ring Dem Bells/ Rockin' In Rhythm Part 1 & 2/ Singin' The Blues (till My Dadd/ Vibe Boogie/ COLEMAN HAWKINS: Angel Face/ April In Paris/ Crazy Rhythm/ Crazy Rhythm/ Honeysuckle Rose/ How Long, How Long Blues/ How Strange/ I Only Have Eyes For You/ When Day Is Gone/ Wrap You Troubles In Dreams/ FLETCHER HENDERSON: Back In Your Own Backyard/ Christopher Columbus/ Liza/ Rose Room/ Stampede/ WOODY HERMAN: At The Woodchoppers Ball/ Blues Downstair/ Four Of Five Times/ Golden Wedding/ Yardbird Shuffle/ EARL "FATHA" HINES: Grand Terrace Shuffle/ Piano Man/ Rosetta/ JOHNNY HODGES: Blue Fantasia/ Good Queen Bess/ Jeep's Blues/ Rabbit's Blues/ Something To Pay Your Foot To/ HARRY JAMES: Little White Lies/ Texas Chatter/ Two O'clock Jump/ When We're Alone/ JONAH JONES: Lust For Licks/ LOUIS JORDAN: Choo-choo Ch'boogie/ It's So Easy/ JOHN KIRBY: Blues Skies/ Coquette/ Front And Center/ It Feels Good/ Sweet Georgia Brown/ GENE KRUPA: Full Dress Hop/ Hamtramck/ GENE KURPA: I Hear Music/ BILLY KYLE: Havin' A Ball/ JIMMIE LUNCEFORD: The Lonesome Road/ JIMMY LUNCEFORD: Ain't She Sweet/ Harlem Shout/ Le Jazz Hot/ GLENN MILLER: Bugle Call Rag/ I Want To Be Happy/ King Porter Stomp/ Rug Cutter's Swing/ Runnin Wild/ When That Man Is Dead & Gone/ DJANGO REINHARDT: After You've Gone/ Blue Light Blues/ I Can't Give You Anything But/ Limehouse Blues/ CHARLY SHAVERS: Dizzy's Dilemma/ CHARLIE SHAVERS: I'm In The Market For You/ The Bottle's Empty/ You're Driving Me Crazy/ ARTIE SHAW: Begin The Beguine/ Diga Diga Doo/ Lady Be Good/ Roaslie/ Yesterdays/ REX STEWART: Bugle Call Rag/ Cherry/ Solid Rock/ Tain't Like That/ The Little Goose/ SLAM STEWART: Haw Haw/ Haw Haw/ Play Fiddle Play/ ART TATUM: I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm/ What Will I Tell My Heart/ JOE VENUTI & EDDIE LANG: Dinah/ VENUTI-LANG: Sweet Sue, Just You/ The Wild Dog/ FATS WALLER: Handful Of Keys/ Honeysuckle Rose/ I Ain't Got Nobody (and Nobody Car/ Sugar Blues/ Sweet Sue, Just You/ The Minor Drags/ BEN WEBSTER: Blue Skies/ Cadillac Slim/ Honeysuckle Rose/ Kat's Fur/ Sleep/ Woke Up Clipped/ TEDDY WILSON: 71/ Jumpin' For Joy/ Just A Mood/ Liza/ Sailin'/ The Way You Look Tonight/ LESTER YOUNG: D.b.blues/ Indiana/ Jammin' With Lester/ Jump Lester Jump/ Just You, Just Me/ Somebody Loves Me

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Fremeaux 5128 Roots Of Mambo, 1930-1950 ● CD $25.98
2 CDs, 2 hours 33 min., recommended
Much to like about this release, specifically 11 Dizzy Gillespie songs, 7 by Machito, 6 by Cab Calloway, 5 by Duke Ellington, and so on. And thematically, listeners can soak in the mambo influence much of the time, though sometimes it's a little elusive. So this is a wonderful way to explore the birth of the form. What's not to like is the liner notes by Eric Remy, which border on pedantic and offer such illuminating and original phrases as "the Indians, the only true Americans." Thanks Eric. It really informs one's understanding of Mambo. Cool photos, though. And the music. Lots of it, too. (JC)

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Jazz Oracle 8052 Edison Hot Dance Obscurities, Vol. 3 ● CD $16.98
21 tracks, recommended
Lovingly packaged and compiled, this 21 track CD features Joe Herlihy and His Orchestra, The Piccadilly Players and Mal Hallett and His Orchestra all making valiant and competent efforts at producing Hot Jazz, which was as ubiquitous through the 20's as Indy Rock was in the late 20th century. This popular dance and party music was the soundtrack to fun, frivolity and good times right up to Black Tuesday. VERY stylized, precise, crisp and rhythmic, these Jazz Age/Great Gatsby era tracks on Edison were meant for partying and fun, and this 78 minute CD of them goes a LONG way. Since I don't jitterbug and my Flapper days are far behind, I'd rather listen to Louis Armstrong or Jelly Roll Morton-more "authentic" hot jazz where the virtuoso playing and inspiration takes the music to a much more engaging level. While this is a fun and interesting set, at this point in history it's more a novelty than not and real proof of the great disparity in territory divides/styles between New Orleans, Chicago and New York 80 years ago. (RB)

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Jazz Hour 73588 A Jazz Hour With Gipsy Jazz ● CD $10.98
21 tracks, 66 minutes, recommended
This is a quirky little overview of "Gipsy Jazz," which is traditionally Swing Jazz played with Gipsy influences. Django Reinhardt was the undisputed king of the style with his brilliant and highly influential guitar playing. Next in line would have to be violinist Stephane Grappelli who has been making fine Gipsy and other forms of Jazz for about 80 years now! The first batch of tracks by Django Reinhardt & Quintette Du Hot Club De France, who feature Grappelli, were done in Paris during 1937 and 1938. The rest of the tracks are basically Django's disciples young and old recorded in various European locations in the early 1990's. This is a pleasant, if unfocused, collection that would have worked much better, perhaps in installments covering the whole period of the `30s through present times. As it is, there is some wonderful music, meager notes and you are left with a feeling that a lot of the story was missing. (JM)
THE GIPSY BOYS: Caravan/ Django's Theme/ Hanchi Swing/ I'm In The Mood For Love/ STEPHANE GRAPPELLI TRIO: Nuages (Daphne)/ Ol' Man River/ Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans/ FAPY LAFERTIN QUARTET: J'attendral/ Melodie Au Crepuscule/ Take The 'A' Train/ DJANGO REINHARDT & QUINTETTE DU HOT CLUB DE FRA: Chicago/ Limehouse Blues/ Rose Room/ Sweet Chorus/ THE ROSENBERG TRIO: Anouman/ Groovin' High/ Honeysuckle Rose/ I'll See You In My Dreams/ Insensiblement/ Minor Blues

 
VARIOUS ARTISTS Proper BOX 114 Squeeze Me - The Jazz And Swing Accordion Story ● CD $26.98
Use an accordion - go to jazz! This four CD, 101 track collection presents a historical survey of the contributions that the accordion has made to jazz. This set covers the period 1920 to 1950 and features artists from all over the world - the USA, France, Sweden, The Nethelands, etc. and shows just how versatile this underappreciated instrument can be in the right hands. Includes sides by Benni Moten's Kansas City Orchestra, The Jungle band, Michel Warlop Et Son Orchestre, Tito & His Swingtette, Gus Viseur's Music, Tony Murena Et Son Orchestre, Willie Lewis Presents, Joe Mooney Quartet, George Shearing Quintet, Art Van Damme, Mat Matthews and more. Includes 44 illustrated booklet with informative notes and full discographical information.

 
FATS WALLER JSP JSPCD 928 The Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 2: Handful Of Keys ● CD $28.98
First in a series of eight box sets (Volume 1 to follow shortly) to reissue the entire commercial output of this great and important jazzman. All tracks have been newly remastered by remastering wizard Ted Kendall from pristine 78s and test pressings. This volume covers all recordings from March 1929 to November 1934 and to make for more entertaining listening have put all the alternate takes on the fourth disc.
FATS WALLER: A Porterís Love Song To A Chambermaid/ A Shine On Your Shoes-Louisiana Hayride/ After Youíve Gone/ Ainít Misbehaviní/ Arkansas Blues/ Armful Oí Sweetness/ Baby, Oh! Where Can You Be?/ Baby, Oh! Where Can You Be?/ Baby, Oh! Where Can You Be?/ Baby, Oh! Where Can You Be?/ Believe It, Beloved/ Big Business: Part 1/ Big Business: Part 2/ Breakiní The Ice/ Chances Are/ China Boy/ Dallas Blues/ Do Me A Favor/ Donít Let It Bother You/ Dragginí My Heart Around/ Dream Man/ Egyptian-Ella/ Gee, Ainít I Good To You?/ Georgia May/ Girls Like You Were Meant For Boys Like Me/ Gladyse/ Gladyse/ Goiní About/ Goiní About/ Handful Of Keys/ Harlem Fuss/ Have A Little Dream On Me/ Honeysuckle Rose/ How Can You Face Me?/ I Got The Ritz From The One I Love/ I Need Someone Like You/ I Wish I Were Twins/ I Wish I Were Twins/ I Would Do Anything For You/ I Would Do Anything For You/ If It Isnít Love/ Iíd Love It/ Iím Crazy ‘Bout My Baby/ Iím Crazy ‘Bout My Baby/ Iím Growing Fonder Of You/ Iím Sorry Dear/ Iíve Got A Feeling Iím Falling/ Iíve Got A Feeling Iím Falling/ Iíve Got a Feeling Iím Falling/ Letís Pretend Thereís A Moon/ Lies/ Lookiní For Another Sweetie/ Lookiní Good But Feeliní Bad/ Love Me Or Leave Me/ Love Me Or Leave Me/ Mandy/ Mean Old Bed Bug Blues/ Mean Old Bed Bug Blues/ Miss Hannah/ My Fate Is In Your Hands/ My Fate Is In Your Hands/ My Feelinís Are Hurt/ Numb Fumbliní/ Peggy/ Plain Dirt/ Ridiní But Walkiní/ Royal Garden Blues/ Serenade For A Wealthy Widow/ Six Or Seven Times/ Smashing Thirds/ St Louis Blues/ Sweet Savannah Sue/ Sweetie Pie/ Tanglefoot/ Tanglefoot/ Thatís All/ Thatís How I Feel Today/ Thatís What I Like About You/ The Minor Drag/ The Way I Feel Today/ Then Iíll Be Tired Of You/ Tiger Rag/ Turn On The Heat/ Valentine Stomp/ Valentine Stomp/ Waiting At The End Of The Road/ Waiting At The End Of The Road/ Waiting At The End of The Road/ Waitiní At The End Of The Road/ When Iím Alone/ Where Ever Thereís A Will/ Wherever Thereís A Will, Baby/ Wonít You Get Off It, Please?/ Yellow Dog Blues/ Yellow Dog Blues/ Yes Suh!/ Yes Suh!/ You Donít Understand/ You Rascal You/ Youíre Not The Only Oyster In The Stew/ Youíve Got To Be Modernistic

 

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