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Turn On the HeatFats Waller 1929
There’ll be a Hot Timein the Old Town TonightBessie Smith & her Band 1927
Hotter Than ThatLouis Armstrong’s Hot Five 1927
Here Comes the Hot Tamale ManCookie’s Gingersnaps 1926
Hot MustardFletcher Henderson’s Orchestra 1926
Hot MittensMuggsy Spanier withthe Bucktown Five 1924
Hot HeelsEddie Lang & his Orchestra 1929
Gettin’ HotNapoleon’s Emperors 1929
Hot and AnxiousFletcher Henderson’s Orchestra 1931
Hot and BotheredDuke Ellington & his Orchestrawith Lonnie Johnsonand Baby Cox 1928
Hotter Than HellFletcher Henderson’s Orchestra 1934
Harlem HotchaThe Carnival Three 1945
It’s HeatedFrankie Half Pint Jaxon 1929
Hot PotatoesBlind Blake with Johnny Dodds 1928
Oh! Sister Ain’t That HotEddie Condon Band withFats Waller & Pee Wee Russell 1940
Hot BiscuitsJay McShann & his Orchestra 1948
Hot MalletsLionel Hampton & his Orchestra 1939
The Heat Is OnRoy Eldridge – Paris - 1951

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Wild Man BluesRoy Eldridge & Claude BollingParis 1951
Heebie JeebiesLouis Armstrong’s Hot Five 1926
Lazy DaddyBix Beiderbecke with the Wolverines 1924kazoo solo by Georg Brunis
Pig Ankle StrutCannon’s Jug Stompers 1928
Mr. Crump Don’t Like It,Ain’t Gonna Have It HereFrank Stokes 1927
Blue Valley BluesVictoria Spivey withErby’s Fidgety Five 1926
When You Were a Gal of SevenTampa Red 1936
Tenor Guitar StompClifford Hayes’ Louisville Stompers 1928
Shoe Shiner’s DragJelly Roll Morton’s Red Hot Peppers 1928
Moten StompBennie Moten’s Kansas City Orchestra 1927
Black BeautyDuke Ellington & his Orchestra 1928
Night and DayTeddy Wilson with theEdmond Hall Quartet 1944
Bandana DaysThe Carnival Three{James P. Johnson, Omer Simeon & Pops Foster} 1945
My Gal Sal {Paul Dresser 1905}Harlan Leonard & his Rockets 1940
Lady Be Good“Jones-Smith, Inc.”{Count Basie small groupFeaturing Lester Young} 1936
I’ve Found a New BabyJay McShann Octetfeaturing Charlie Parker 1940
Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me
Sidney Bechet’s Blue Note Jazzmen 1951

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Three Blind MiceBix Beiderbecke withFrankie Trumbauer’s Orchestra 1927
Wolverine BluesJoe Marsala’s Chicagoans 1937
Choo ChooThe Washingtonians 1924
Muscle Shoals BluesBennie Moten’sKansas City Orchestra 1926
Texas Moaner BluesClarence Williams Blue Five 1924
Georgia GrindThomas Morris & his Seven Hot Babies 1926
Harlem DragCharlie Johnson’s Paradise Ten 1929
Shanghai ShuffleFletcher Henderson’s Orchestra 1924
Armor Avenue StruggleJimmy Blythe 1924
FreakishJelly Roll Morton 1929
SneakawayWillie the Lion Smith 1939
Bugle Call RagElmer Snowden Quartetwith Cliff Jackson 1960
Oh Zee Zas RagBlind Boy Fuller 1937
Parlour Social DeluxeSippie Wallace withPerry Bradford’s Jazz Phools 1925
Little Willie BluesJabbo Smith’s Rhythm Aces 1929
Snowy Morning BluesJames P Johnson 1927
D.B. BluesLester Young Quartet 1945
Run Joe
Randy Weston Sextet 1956

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Rooster Rag {Muriel Pollock 1917}River Raisin Ragtime Revue
Bughousexylophonist Red Norvo& his Swing Octet {1935}
Grizzly Bear Rag {George Botsford 1910}River Raisin Ragtime Revue
Yellow Dog Blues {W.C. Handy 1914}Carl Wolfe’s Orchestra
Moi AussiVictor Marceau, accordion withDjango Reinhardt, banjo
and whistling by one Erardy {1928}
Teasing the Cat {Charles L. Johnson 1916}River Raisin Ragtime Revue
Soiree Polka{Stephen Foster 1850}Gilbert Kalish, piano
Kitten the Keys {Zez Confrey 1921}River Raisin Ragtime Revue
Coney Island Washboard - take 1{music by Hampton Durand and Jerry Adams, words by Ned Nestor and Aude Shugart 1926}played by the Five Harmaniacs {1926}
Lucy’s Sextette{based on an air from Donizetti’sLucia Di Lammermoor 1835}Heliotrope Ragtime Orchestra
Tambourine Song{adaptation of an air from Bizet’s Carmen 1873-74}Morton Gould Orchestra
Emaline {Jimmy McHugh 1921}Benny Goodman’s Orchestrafeaturing Coleman Hawkins {1934}
Alligator Crawl {Fats Waller 1924}River Raisin Ragtime Revue
What Did Romie-O-Juliet(When He Climbed Her Balcony?) - take 1written by Fess Williamsplayed by the Five Harmaniacs {1926}
La Rumba {Tim J. Brymn & William H. Tyers 1913}Heliotrope Ragtime Orchestra
Bull Frog Blues {Tom Brown & Gus Shrigley 1916}River Raisin Ragtime Revue
Baltimore Todolo {Eubie Blake 1909}Heliotrope Ragtime Orchestra
Castle Doggy – Fox Trot{James Reese Europe 1915}River Raisin Ragtime Revue

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Everybody’s RagAlonzo Yancey 1943
Dustin’ the KeysJimmy Blythe &W.E. “Buddy” Burton 1928
Jazzing AroundEubie Blake Trio 1917
Shanghai HoneymoonState St. Ramblers 1928
Memphis Blues--Mister CrumpPrince’s Band 1914
St. Louis NightmareState St. Ramblers 1928
Too Much MustardEurope’s Society Orchestra 1913
Tack It DownState St. Ramblers 1928
I’ve Got That ThingKing Oliver’s Orchestra 1929
Down Home RagWilbur C. Sweatman 1916
Pleasure MadState St. Ramblers 1928
Dallas BluesWilbur C. Sweatman’sOriginal Jazz Band  1918
Freakish Light BluesKing Oliver’s Orchestra 1929
Brown Skin MamaState St. Ramblers 1928
Everybody Does It in HawaiiKing Oliver’s Orchestra 1929
Louisiana Blues {Take B – Test Pressing}Eurreal Wilford “Little Brother” Montgomery 1931
Frankie and JohnnyKing Oliver’s Orchestra 1929
Make Me a Pallet on the FloorGus Cannon 1963

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Afghanistan{pop song of 1920, arranged by Zez Confrey,realized by Artis Wodehouse}
Sonatine Bureaucratique{send-up of the Sonatina Op. 36 No. 1 by Muzio Clementi}composed by Erik Satie in 1917played by Aldo Ciccolini
Smokey MokesVess L Ossman, banjorecorded by Emile Berliner in 1900
That Lovin’ Traumerei{based upon an air by Robert Schumann}sung by Al Jolson with studio orchestra 1912
Tin Roof Bluessung by Edna Hicks withpiano accompaniment by Lemuel Fowler 1923
You’ve Got the Right Key, But the Wrong Keyholesung by Virginia Listonwith Clarence Williams’ Blue Five{including Louis Armstrong & Sidney Bechet} 1924
Honey Where You Been So Long?Ma Rainey with Lovie Austin’s Blues Serenaders{including Tommy Ladnier & Jimmy O’Bryant} 1924
Shake It All Night LongBuddy Moss, vocal & guitar 1934
I Got to Have a Little MoreKansas Joe McCoy{aka the Mississippi Mudderaka Mud Dauber Joe} with Chuck Segar, piano 1934
Shorty George BluesSippie Wallace accompanied bypianist Eddie Heywood, Sr. 1923
Take Me for a Buggy RideBessie Smith with Buck & his Band 1933
Lay Your Racket DownLeola Coot Grant & Kid Wesley Wilson 1933
Come On DownThe Jolly Two{Walter Roland & Sonny Scott} 1933
Struttin’ My StuffLucille Boganaccompanied by pianist Charles Avery 1933
Blues in E Flatxylophonist Red Norvo & his Swing Octet 1935
Harlem Bluescomposed in 1922 by W C Handyperformed by Carl Wolfe’s Orchestra
Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m GoneSidney DeParis Blue Note Stompers 1951
Fragment/Honky Tonk Train BluesMeade Lux Lewis film soundtracks 1946

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WCBN 88.3 FM
www.wcbn.org

two-hour broadcast 6-8 PM
culmination of a thirteen-week series
music from 1913, 1923, 1933 & 1943

Novelette
Zez Confrey 1923

Pastime Rag No.1
Artie Matthews 1913
piano solo by William Bolcolm

To a Wild Rose/
Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
Fats Waller piano solo 1943

Blackbirds Medley
Duke Ellington & his Famous Orchestra 1933

Sundown Blues
W.C. Handy 1923
played by Carl Wolfe’s Orchestra *

Honeysuckle Rose
Joe Sullivan piano solo 1933

In a Mist
Red Norvo 1933

Jogo Blues
W.C. Handy 1913
played by Carl Wolfe’s Orchestra *

Ain’t Misbehavin’/
Two Sleepy People
Fats Waller V-Disc 1943

Saturday Night Fish Fry Drag
Joseph Robichaux & his
New Orleans Rhythm Boys 1933

Take Me For a Buggy Ride
Bessie Smith 1933

Lollypop
Coot Grant & Kid Wesley Wilson 1933

My Butcher Man
Memphis Minnie 1933

Gimme a Pigfoot
Bessie Smith 1933

That’s What the Bird Sang to Me
Fats Waller V-Disc 1943

Yellow Jacket Girl
Al Jolson 1913

Whipped Cream Rag
Fred Van Eps 1913

Advertising Plant’s Baking Powder
George Graham, E. Berliner record 1896

Baking Powder Blues
Lucille Bogan 1933

Hungry Man’s Scuffle
The Jolly Jivers 1933

The Corn Huskers/We’re Going Around
From Scott Joplin’s Opera Treemonisha

Tyrolienne Turque
Erik Satie 1913
played by Aldo Ciccolini

A Real Slow Drag
from Treemonisha
published separately in 1913
played by Max Morath’s Quartet

My Old Man
The Spirits of Rhythm 1933

Tin Roof Blues
Original Memphis Five 1923

Barrel House Blues
Ma Rainey 1923

Up the Country Blues
Sippie Wallace 1923

Texas Tea Party
Benny Goodman’s Orchestra 1933

Kokey Joe
Mills Blue Rhythm Band 1933

Yeah Man
Scorpion Washboard Band 1933

Improvisations on Pinetop’s Boogie Woogie
James P Johnson piano solo 1943

Untitled Phrases – cartoon soundtrack
Meade Lux Lewis & sound effects 1943

Hold Tight, Want Some Communism
Charlie & his Orchestra 1943

Esquire Bounce
Leonard Feather’s All-Stars 1943

Rockin’ in Rhythm
Duke Ellington & his Famous Orchestra 1943

Merry Go Round
Duke Ellington & his Famous Orchestra 1933

Boogie Woogie
played by “The Addicts”
Charlie Parker & Billy Eckstine 1943

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All Music Guide review by arwulf arwulf:

As a compendium of both famous and little-known melodies by W.C. Handy, Carl Wolfe's “Where the Blues Began” is virtually unparalleled. Twenty-one instrumental interpretations are performed by a wind sextet (trumpet, trombone, clarinet, two saxophones, and tuba) backed by violin, banjo, and piano. Wolfe's informative liner notes provide contextual background for each melody, and the overall listening/reading experience is also a highly rewarding history lesson. For example, "Harlem Blues," published in 1923, contains a passage from the folk song "I've Laid Around This Town Too Long"; "Friendless Blues" from 1926 is built around "Got No Mo' Home Than a Dog," and Handy's "Atlanta Blues" of 1924 is closely based upon "Make Me a Pallet on the Floor." Carl Wolfe's devotion to Handy's oeuvre is remarkable, and it's worth noting that nowhere on the exterior album packaging is there any mention of Wolfe or his players. The star of the show is William Christopher Handy. His old-time blues-based melodies published during the years 1913-1932 are beautifully presented in a rather austere manner of which the composer would surely have approved.

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brought to you by the number three
through the medium of long playing phonograph records

Mama’s Gone, Good-Bye
Steve J. Lewis, player piano roll 1923

Ragtime Oriole
Fred Van Eps, banjo 1923

Barentanz {Alexander’s Ragtime Band}
Zigeuner Kapelle Primas Berkes Bela, Budapest 1913

In a Boat
Rünos Jazzband, Stockholm 1923

Railroad Man
Gene Fosdick’s Hoosiers 1923

T’ain’t Nobody’s Biz-ness If I Do
C.A. Matson’s Creole Serenaders 1923

Trinidad Carnival Songs
Cyril Monrose’s String Orchestra 1923

Ven Guaricha – Rumba
Orquesta Typique Cubain, Paris 1933

Tomi Tomi – Kanui & Lula
Hawaiians recording in Paris 1933

Yo
Don Dean y sus Estudiantes de Hollywood
Buenos Aires 1933

Heartaches
Ted Weems Orchestra 1933
incidental whistling by Elmo Tanner

St. Louis Blues
Lanigiro Quartet, Zurich 1943

San-Lui Blus
Gos. Zhaz-Ork. BSSR P.U. Eddi Rozner
Moscow, late1943-early 1944

South of the Border
Charlie & his Orchestra
Nazi propaganda big band swing
recorded in Berlin 1943

Honeysuckle Rose
Hot Club Frankfurt 1943

Queer Notions
Fletcher Henderson’s Orchestra 1933

Straighten Up and Fly Right
King Cole Trio 1943

Mop Mop {Boff Boff}
Esquire All Stars 1943
with Coleman Hawkins & Art Tatum

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Something DoingScott Joplin/Scott Hayden 1903
Alagazam MarchArthur Pryor’s Band 1903
Buddy’s HabitKing Oliver’s Jazz Band 1923
Shake Your FeetHenderson’s Club Alabam Orchestra 1923
TearsKing Oliver’s Jazz Band 1923
Foot ScuffleJoseph Robichaux & his New Orleans Rhythm Boys 1933
I Ain’t Gonna Tell NobodyKing Oliver’s Jazz Band 1923
DinahScorpion Washboard Band 1933
Room Rent BluesKing Oliver’s Jazz Band 1923
Mortgage BluesFrankie Half Pint Jaxon 1923
Guitar RagSylvester Weaver 1923
I’m Down in the DumpsBessie Smith 1933
Whatcha Gonna Do?Walter Roland & Sonny Scott 1933
Moppin’ and Boppin’Fats Waller & the “Beale Street Boys” 1943
Afternoon of a Basie-iteLester Young Quartet 1943
Sweet Georgia Brown {Charlie Parker  blowing tenor sax 
- nearly eight minutes of improvisationrecorded in a hotel room in Chicago in 1943}

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Face the Music 12/05/13including King Oliver’s only Columbia recordings

Kismet Rag {composed 1913}Scott Joplin & Scott Haydenplayed by William Albright
The PearlsJelly Roll Mortonpiano solo 1923
Bull Blues {E Flat Blues No.2}Thomas Morris Past Jazz Masters 1923
Camp Meeting BluesKing Oliver’s Jazz Band 1923
MelancholyErnest Stevens Trio 1923from an Edison Diamond Disc
London {Cafe} BluesKing Oliver’s Jazz Band 1923
Beaucoupe de JazzThomas Morris Past Jazz Masters 1923
New Orleans StompKing Oliver’s Jazz Band 1923
That’s A-PlentyNew Orleans Rhythm Kings 1923
Chattanooga StompKing Oliver’s Jazz Band 1923
Every TubJoseph Robichaux & his New Orleans Rhythm Boys 1933
Mahogany Hall StompLouis Armstrong & his Orchestra 1933
I’m Rhythm Crazy NowHorace Henderson & his Orchestra 1933
I Got RhythmThe Spirits of Rhythm 1933
I Got RhythmRed Feather Triolive at Frenchy’s Jazz ClubMilwaukee 1943
I Got RhythmLester Young with Dickie Wells’ Orchestra 1943
Three Guesses – Variations on “I Got Rhythm”Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie“Redcross Jam Session”Room 305 Savoy Hotel, ChicagoFebruary 15th 1943

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This is what I Freeformed on WCBN 11/28/13, in reverse order, with radio waves from other galaxies provided near the end by Dr. Fiorella Terenzi.From 6:30 to 7:00 I read most of the introduction to Lizzie Collingham's "The Taste of War - WWII & the Battle for Food". Music bed for this recitation was Dmitri Shostakovich's Trio for Piano and Strings No 2 in E minor, Op. 67 played by the The Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio.

the beatles it's all too much yellow submarine capitol
united future organization poetry and all that jazz united future organization brownswood/talkin loud/verve forecast

diamanda galas                            
 reap what you sow                  
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bonzo dog band turkeys let's make up and be friendly/cornology emi
van morrison ringworm/you say france and i'll whistle/blow in your nose/nose in your  brown eyed beginnings/jamming session

bonzo dog band sport {the odd boy} keynsham/bonzo dog cornology emi
zeph & azeem hidden bonus track rise up om hiphop

tom waits step right up small change asylum

allen ginsberg vomit express holy soul jelly roll rhino word beat

the fugs how sweet i roamed from field to field {by william blake} the fugs first album fantasy

allen ginsberg nurse's song {innocence} by william blake holy soul jelly roll rhino word beat

villon music theatre ensemble heaulmiere's aria: ha, vieillesse felonne et fiere ego scriptor cantilenae: the music of ezra pound other minds

ornette coleman - howard shore - the london philharmonic orchestra naked lunch original soundtrack recording milan

don pullen with the chief cliff singers & the african brazilian connection reservation blues sacred common ground blue note

sun ra & his arkestra D{iscipline} 27 love in outer space leo

shadow columbus lied columbus lied shanachie

a.r. kane a love from outer space to scratch that itch: a luaka bop compilation luaka bop

jim pepper custer gets it comin' and goin' europa

david murray high priest shakill's warrior diw columbia

don pullen with the chief cliff singers & the african brazilian connection the eagle staff is first sacred common ground blue note

boris berman tossed as it is untroubled & beginning of daughters of the lonesome isle john cage: music for prepared piano, volume two naxos

lester young sextet crazy over j-z {take one} lester young - complete savoy recordings savoy jazz

charlie parker's reboppers now's the time complete savoy studio sessions savoy

john lee hooker huckle up baby the classic early years 1948-1951 jsp

lightnin' hopkins don't need no job collected works - volume two jsp

howlin' wolf just my kind the chess box chess mca

memphis jug band {1930} cocaine habit blues memphis jug band yazoo

little howlin' wolf {recorded may 1982 on the bank of the illinois river} shuk schuck shodi cool truth solidarity solidarnosc records

rahsaan roland kirk island cry natural black inventions - root strata atlantic/32 jazz

charo disco bolero charo & guitar universal wave

bernd glemser vivace {beginning of third movement, sonata no. 8 in b flat major op. 84} prokofiev piano sonatas volume one naxos

eugene chadbourne volunteered slavery country protest chadbourne archive edition

joy harjo & poetic justice a postcolonial tale letter from the end of the twentieth century silver wave

the pogues the band played waltzing matilda rum sodomy & the lash wea/stiff

robbie robertson sacrifice {featuring the voice of leonard peltier} contact from the underworld of redboy capitol

talitha mackenzie sheatadh cailleach - the old woman's reel solas shanachie

georges bizet/morton gould prelude carmen - for orchestra by morton gould rca victor living stereo

finbar furey jig: rocking the baby traditional irish pipe music transatlantic/wooded hill

ashley mac isaac the b flat cloggs helter's celtic loggerhead records

karol stoch band {1929} dance in the stone tavern fire in the mountains - polish mountain fiddle music volume one: the karol stoch band yazoo

the odessa balalaikas all the gossips left for home the art of the balalaika nonesuch

ashley mac isaac beaton's delight hi how are you today? ancient music incorporated/a&m

meridian brothers la gitana me ha dejado {salsa electronica} desesperanza sound way

zuco 103 na mangueira     whaa! zir 22

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Here's a seed bed of music that might well materialize on the WCBN wavelength Thursday from 3PM to 6:30 PM. Followed by a 30 minute live reading from a book about famine & war, and from 7 PM to 8 PM an hour filled mostly with recordings made in the years 1923 & 1933. The art of freeform is the marrow of WCBN FM.
potential & probable artists panoramic freeform broadcast wcbn 88.3 fm 11/28/133 PM-6:30 PMwww.wcbn.org
Zuco 103Meridian BrothersMorton Gould’s OrchestraKarol Stoch BandAshley MacIsaacFinbar FureyTalitha MacKenziePoguesCharoLightnin’ HopkinsJohn Lee HookerMemphis Jug BandLittle Howlin’ WolfHowlin’ WolfEugene ChadbourneRahsaan Roland KirkLester YoungYusef LateefJohn ColtraneDon Pullen with the Chief Cliff Singers & the African Brazilian Connection Jim PepperShadowICP Orchestra featuring Garrett ListPharoah Sanders with Maleem Mahmoud GhaniaLeo smithA.R. KaneDavid MurrayMin BulUnited Future OrganizationAfro Blue BandMichael Ray& the Cosmic KreweSun Ra& his ArkestraDen RaThomas BucknerDavid MossElliott SharpMick VranichJack KerouacEzra PoundSoundtrack from Naked LunchDiamanda GalasMartial SolalBonzo Dog BandVan MorrisonFugsAllen GinsbergRotationsTornadosMC5Captain Beefheart & his Magic BandBeatlesDr. Fiorella TerenziPauline OliverosDieterich BuxtehudeSergei Prokofiev
John Cage

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Weeping WillowScott Joplin 1903William Albright piano solo 1989
I’ve Got the World on a StringLouis Armstrong & his Orchestra 1933
Night Shift BluesEdmond Hall’s Blue Note Jazzmen 1943
Yodelin’ Blues {test pressing}Bessie Smithaccompanied by Fletcher Henderson 1923
Unlucky BluesIvory Chittison & Banjo Joe 1933{Herman Chittison & Banjo Ikey Robinson}
Hambone Am SweetFour Southern Singers 1933
Railroad StompThe Jolly Two 1933{Walter Roland & Sonny Scott}
Caprice RagJames P. Johnson piano solo 1943
Last Night on the Back PorchOriginal Capitol OrchestraHayes, Middlesex England October 1923
Alligator HopKing Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band – October 1923
Barney GoogleOriginal Capitol OrchestraHayes, Middlesex England October 1923
Zulus BallKing Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band – October 1923
Just HotFletcher Henderson’s Orchestra – October 1923
Working Man’s BluesKing Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band – October 1923
Krooked BluesKing Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band – October 1923
Shreveport BluesClarence Williams Blue Five – November 1923
Ain’t Misbehavin’Fats Waller with Zutty Singleton’s Orchestra 1943
HallelujahFats Waller V-Disc piano solo 1943

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Palm Leaf RagScott Joplin, 1903piano solo by William Albright 1989
Grandpa’s SpellsJelly Roll Morton piano solo 1923
Twelfth Street RagRichard M Jones piano solo 1923
Sugar BluesJohnny Dunn’s Original Jazz Hounds 1923
Nobody in Town Can Bake a Sweet Jelly Roll Like MineBessie Smith 1923
I’m Cert’ny Gonna See ‘Bout ThatClarence Williams & Sara Martinaccompanied by Fats Waller 1923
He May Be Your Dog, But He’s Wearing My CollarRosa Henderson 1923
Where Did You Stay Last Night?King Oliver’s Jazz Band 1923
You Simply Got Me CuckooKaplan’s Melodists 1923
West Indies BluesEsther Bigeou with Piron’s New Orleans Orchestra 1923
Dippermouth Blues {Okeh version}King Oliver’s Jazz Band 1923
Runnin’ WildLadd’s Black Aces 1923
Jazzin’ Babies BluesKing Oliver’s Jazz Band 1923
Guitar StompThe Jolly Two{Walter Roland & Sonny Scott} 1933
I’ll Be Ready When the Great Day ComesLeo Scat Watson & The Spirits of Rhythm 1933
Ain’tcha Got MusicColeman Hawkins, Henry Red Allen& their Orchestra 1933
Ain’tcha GladHorace Henderson & his Orchestra 1933
High SocietyLouis Armstrong & his Orchestra 1933

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Maple Leaf RagNew Orleans Rhythm Kings 1923 {Gennett}
Snake RagKing Oliver’s Jazz Band 1923{Okeh}
Clarinet MarmaladeNew Orleans Rhythm Kings with Jelly Roll Morton 1923 {Gennett}
Sweet Lovin’ ManKing Oliver’s Jazz Band 1923{Okeh}
Mr. Jelly LordNew Orleans Rhythm Kings with Jelly Roll Morton 1923 {Gennett}
High Society RagKing Oliver’s Jazz Band 1923{Okeh}
London BluesNew Orleans Rhythm Kings with Jelly Roll Morton 1923 {Gennett}
Sobbin’ BluesHigh Society RagKing Oliver’s Jazz Band 1923{Okeh}
He’d Have to Get Under, Get Out and Get UnderBilly Murray’s Victor recording, November 14, 1913https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBRzUzJErL8
Piano StompThe Jolly Jivers – Walter Roland & Sonny Scott 1933
King Kong StompJoseph Robichaux & his New Orleans Rhythm Boys 1933
PanamaWild Bill Davison & his Commodores 1943
Carolina BalmoralJames P. Johnson piano solo 1943
Jamaica ShoutColeman Hawkins & his Orchestra 1933
Hawkins BarrelhouseColeman Hawkins & his Orchestra 1943
I Never KnewLester Young Quartet 1943
Roll ‘Em PeteJoe Williams, Albert Ammons & Pete Johnsonlive at Frenchy’s Jazz Club, Milwaukee 1943

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Face the Music – 11/07/13 Hot Sides from 1923, 1933 & 1943{preshow list of potentials & probabilities}
Sweet ButterKaplan’s MelodistsEdison Diamond Disc - October 1923
Apple SauceOriginal Capitol Orchestra 1923
Snake Rag {Gennett version}King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band 1923
Do Doodle OomFletcher Henderson’s Orchestra 1923
Dixie BluesDunn’s Original Jazz Hounds 1923
Low Down PapaFats Waller – player piano roll 1923
Stingaree BluesAlberta Hunter accompanied by Fats Waller 1923
Keeps On Rainin’Bessie Smith 1923
Stormy WeatherJoseph Robichaux’s New Orleans Rhythm Boys 1923
Dark CloudsColeman Hawkins, Henry Red Allenand their Orchestra 1933
Unfortunate Milley {Calypso}Wilmoth Houdini 1933
Jookit JookitThe Jolly Jivers{Walter Roland & Sonny Scott} 1933
VoodteColeman Hawkins & his Orchestra 1943
Just You, Just MeLester Young Quartet 1943
Shorty BooAndy Kirk & his Clouds of Joy 1943
Dance of the GremlinsCount Basie & his OrchestraHollywood, June 1943
Pine CreekAlbert Ammons & Pete JohnsonLive at Frenchy’s Jazz Club1819 East North Avenue, MilwaukeeOctober 1943

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Face the Music to air 10/24/13Recordings from 1923, 1933 & 1943

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Recordings made during the Year 1923
presented in collaboration with Weston Hughes

Wolverine Blues
Jelly Roll Morton piano solo

E Flat Blues No.2
Thomas Morris Past Jazz Masters

Kiss Me Sweet
Armand J. Piron’s New Orleans Orchestra

Nervous Blues

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Face the Music 8.15.13 – Birds!

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Face the Music 8.01.13Lammas Mix

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“The creature vibrated like a radio”{quote from page 93 of William S.

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Face the Music 7.11.13Tin Ticket II

the tin pan alley ticket that exploded

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Face the Music 6.27.13Fats Waller {Chapter 9}

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Face the Music 5.30.13  Fats Waller - chapter V

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Face the Music 5.23.13Fats Waller IV

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Face the Music 4.04.13for Richard Whiting

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face the music 3.28.13made of songs by irving berlin

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Red Hot!The Mound City Blue Blowersrecorded almost exactly 89 years agoon March 13 1924

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Emergency coverage for

Emergency coverage for Mike Perini 6:30-7 PM - 2.28.13

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Here's a nice

Here's a nice example of Duke Ellington's transcription recordings from 1941:

Muzak was one

Muzak was one of many transcription services for which musicians--many
of them now regarded as legendary jazz artists--regularly cut

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Face the Music - Potentials & ProbabilitiesFifth Parcel of Twos for 12.06.12

What I hope

What I hope to put across this Thursday evening:

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third parcel of twos

Waiting for the Robert E. Lee   
{published in 1912}
played by Bob Milne

I’ll Build a Stairway to Paradise
Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra 1922

Was That the Human Thing to Do?
Ben Selvin & his Orchestra 1932

I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate

Looking forward to

Looking forward to this broadcast as I think it will be nice and gratifying.
Highlights include:

Second Parcel of

Second Parcel of Twos for the end of 2012                                       to ai

I'm carrying on

  • I'm carrying on with a time-honored tradition that characterized the old-school jazz show I hosted for one quarter of a century at a certain southeast Michigan university-affiliated NPR affiliate.
  • The broadcasting tradition referred to involves recognizing the close of each year with a series of meticulously researched programs featuring music composed, published or recorded

This program's pre-show

This program's pre-show list of potentials was shaped by several forces. For example there is the terrible aftermath of the storms that recently converged on the East Coast, and the hideous possibility of more protracted general devastation in this country if the Republicans wreck the economy and defecate all over the Bill of Rights.

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face the music on wcbn 88.3 fm - potentials for 10.18.12

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Face the Music on WCBN 88.3 FMpotentials & probabilities for 10.11.12

For those who

For those who care about methodology, this is a revised list representing choices made in order to tailor the list to fit comfortably within a 60 minute radio broadcast. Six numbers were eliminated - they were the fluffiest of the lot, by Paul Whiteman and comparable dance bands. Some of the sequential ordering was also modified.

Selected vintage recordings

Selected vintage recordings from Silent Ozu screening itineraryfor Face the Music Broadcast of Oct 04 2012

Music to accompany&nbsp;The

Music to accompany The Lady and the Beard (1931)directed by Yasujiro Ozu and starring Tokihiko OkadaVintage instrumental jazz and dance band recordings, both sweet & hotscored for Friday's screening at U of M's Natural Science Auditorium

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Face the Music – WCBN 88.3 FM – potentials and probabilities for broadcast & stream of 9.27.12

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This week let's

This week, let's honor Spencer Williams - not the actor who appeared on TV's Amos & Andy show, but the songwriter who was born in New Orleans Louisiana on October 14 1889 and passed away in Flushing New York on July 14 1965. This remarkable  man composed quite a number of early jazz standards.

untitled, unidentified, obtuse & obscure delights

This week's core sample seems to be composed of obtuse & obscure delights,
with an emphasis upon untitled pieces and unidentified artists.

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Unlabeled Test Pressing Medley
Unknown Flexo Disc Orchestra - c. 1930

At a Georgia Camp Meeting – Cake Walk

You might want

You might want to listen carefully to this week's broadcast as it could contain all or much of what's listed here.In addition to a rare example of an instrumental Rudy Vallee record, the

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This list was

This list was cobbled together intuitively on Sunday eveningThe actual broadcast coordinates might well resemble what you see here

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Michigan is experiencing

Michigan is experiencing severe drought and record breaking high temperatures. My response is to initiate a series of programs serenading the earth and especially the water element. Most of these recordings were made in the 1920s, 30s & 40s. The titles on this list will potentially and even probably air, but not necessarily in the exact sequence you see here.

As Ann Arbor

As Ann Arbor prepares to be occupied by a lot of people from out of town who will use a lot of the town to sell a lot of stuff to a lot of other people from out of town, this is at least the seed bed for the playlist I plan to use during Thursday night's broadcast on WCBN 88.3 FM www.wcbn.org

how to modify a preconceived pre-show play list

Resubmitting as a post rather than a comment [just learning how to do this]

This blog has

This blog has been created in order to provide background for WCBN's Face the Music show. It is also an educational tool intended to illustrate what goes into the making of this broadcast each week.

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