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Rhythm & Blues
|Artist||Title||Format / Price||Label||Year|
||SELDOM HEARD HOT DANCE TUNES (1923-1929)
||CD: $12.25 (US) - NEW
($11.03 with *discount)
|BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : A collection of hot dance tunes starts off with a rare un-issued Edison 'Shufflin' Mose' by Lopez & Hamilton. Features 3 tunes by Ray Miller, including previously unreleased 'Mercy Percy' and one by Barney Trimble Oklahomans.|
||BAND THEME SONGS RARE AND FAMOUS
||CD: $12.25 (US) - NEW
($11.03 with *discount)
|BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1929-1947] Although it is necessary in any collection of theme songs to include those tunes that immediately come to mind such as Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, etc. we have attempted to include many bands that the casual listener may not recall. Of course the serious collectors of this type of music will know most of these bands. Although, even the serious collector might find the Johnny McGee theme with his excellent trumpet work new to them. Regarding Johnny McGee & His Orchestra, he made thirty two recordings for the Varsity label between February and June of 1940 yet, the Rust discography of American Dance Bands does not mention the band. Lords Discography does show two tune which are probably considered the bands' jazz sides. There is no question this was a quality band. While the Larry Clinton theme Dipsy Doodle, is well known, it is interesting to know that he never recorded the tune, and the broadcast version included here with vocal by Bea Wain, is the only time she ever sang this tune. Ben Pollack's theme, Song of the Islands, heard here, with the superb clarinet solo by Irving Fazola, is actually the recording that first brought the name of Fazola to prominence. Prior to that he was known almost exclusively in the New Orleans area. If you give a close listen the superb style of Fazola, it is easy to hear why he was the major influence on the musician Pete Fountain. One can almost hear Fazola on some of Fountain's popular recordings. Much has been said and written about how Benny Goodman as a leader in breaking down racial barriers in the music business and all of these are legitimate, but we should not forget other white band leaders who even before Goodman were also making giant strides to break the racial barriers. For example, give a listen to the Leo Reichman band theme. This white band chose a superb black trumpet player by the name of Bubber Miley who was feature soloist on many of the bands best recordings. Willie Bryant was not a musician although as a boy attempted to learn the trumpet. He was however, an accomplished dancer and vocalist in addition to being intelligent, witty and debonair. Although not a musician, he formed a band in 1934 for an engagement at the Savoy Ballroom in Harlem. On his theme heard here, listen for the Teddy Wilson piano and Cozy Cole choke that cymbal.(Artists: a- Van Alexander; b- Don Bestor; c- Will Bradley; d- Willie Bryant' e- Billy Butterfield; f- Bob Chester; g- Larry Clinton; h- Jack Denny; i- Benny Goodman; j- Jerry Gray; k- Mal Hallett; l- Woody Herman; m- Ina Ray Hutton Melodears; n- Isham Jonesl o- Dick Jurgens; p- Hal Kemp; q- Andy Kirk; r- Bert Lown; s- Johnny McGee; t- Glenn Miller; u- Russ Morgan; v- Ben Pollack; w- Joe Reichman; x- Leo Reichman; y- Artie Shaw; z- Chick Webb)|
||HOT FLASHES - RARE HIGH QUALITY SHORT LIVED BANDS
||CD: $12.25 (US) - NEW
($11.03 with *discount)
|BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1926-1931] This collection covers very rare short lived bands. In many instances these bands only made one record (two tunes). This collection includes eight different bands and the complete recorded output of each. (Artists: a- Musical Stevedores; b- Trombone Red & His Blue Six; c- Charlie Skeete & His Orchestra; d- Lew Weimer's Black & Gold Aces; e- Jelly James & His Fewsicians; f- Le Roy Tibbs & His Connies Inn Orchestra; g- Hunter's Serenaders; h- KXYZ Novelty Band; i- Mason-Dixon Orchestra).|
||THE MISSOURIANS (1925 TO 1930)
||CD: $17.25 (US) - NEW
($15.53 with *discount)
|BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1925-1930] This CD traces the group formed by Wilson Robinson in St. Louis from the time they arrived in New York and began playing the Cotton Club in 1925 under the leadership of Andy Preer. After Preer's sudden death in 1927 the Cotton Club owner, Owney Madden, fired the group (and brought in Duke Ellington). The group left New York to accompany Ethel Waters under the leadership of George Scott. They returned to New York sometime in 1928 with the name The Missourians and vocalist Lockwood Lewis and became the house band at the Savoy. These recordings span from 1925 until a month before the Missourians hired a new vocalist, Cab Calloway who renamed the group, "Cab Calloway And His Orchestra" and became the house band at the Cotton Club when Ellington left for Hollywood. (Personnel: Louis Metcalf, DePriest Wheeler, Dave Jones, Charlie Stamps, Earres Prince, Andrew Brown, Eli Logan, Sidney DeParis, George Scott, Williams Thornton Blue, more)|
||SAN FRANCISCO BAY'S BEST BLUES
||CD: $11.75 (US) - NEW
($10.58 with *discount)
|blues, collections: Performers include: Daniel Castro, Larry Dunn, Garth Webber, Mike Schermer, Damien Masterson, David Matthews, Sugar Pie De Santo, Anthony Paul, LZ Phoenix, David Landon, Angela Strehli, Michael Peloquin, Rhythmtown Jive, Kaye Bohler, Mark Hummel, Blue Monday, John Lee Sanders.|
||WEST COAST MARDI GRAS PARTY
||CD: $10.75 (US) - NEW
($9.68 with *discount)
|new orleans, zydeco, cajun, rhythm & blues, americana, collections: Big Sale! More than a Cajun invasion - it's the Gator that ate the Gate! A Festive Parade of the Best of the West Coast US in New Orleans R&B, Zydeco, Cajun, Funk & Dixieland by Zydeco Flames, Gator Beat, Andre Thierry, Motordude Zydeco, California Cajun Orchestra (w/ Danny Poullard), Rhythmtown-Jive, Mumbo Gumbo, Tom Rigney, Tee Fee, Eddie Baytos & the Nervis Bros. (w/ Ziggy Modeliste), Frog Legs, Golden Gate Rhythm Machine, Brass Monkey, S. E. Willis, and The Pulsators (w/ Art Neville). This high summit celebration shows off the cream of the burgeoning west coast music scene for New Orleans-based music. "The largest Cajun/Creole/Zydeco music scene outside of Louisiana" - Dale 'Le Blanc' Johnson. "In America, great migrations produce great music. Just as Delta musicians took Highway 61 to Chicago and electrified their blues, so did the Creoles and Cajuns migrate to California and establish vital dance communities. Now the California scenes rival anything back home in Louisiana..." - Michael Tisserand, author, The Kingdom of Zydeco. 15 tracks from 15 west coast artists (mostly from the greater San Francisco bay area, some including former Louisianans and some who just got swept away with the vital Crescent City fever. - Total running time 59+ minutes|
||DOUBLE SHOT POP ALTERNATIVE
||CD: $6.25 (US) - NEW
($5.62 with *discount)
|WARNER B ROS
|pop, alternative, rock: 2-Disc Set. Disc 1: La. Song - Beth Hart, Barely Breathing - Duncan Sheik, My Sister - The Juliana Hatfield Three, Beautiful John - Madder Rose, Feed The Tree - Belly, 1 Kissed A Girl - Jill Sobule, Room - The B-52's, Popular - Nada Surf, Windfall - Son Volt, Bad Reputation - Freedy Johnston, It's A Shame About Ray- Lemonheads, Saturn Girl - Paula Cole, Disc 2: Moment Of Weakness -Bif Naked, She Don't Use Jelly - The Flaming Lips, Colour Me - Dot Allison, Bizarre Love Trinagle - Frente!, Whoever You Are Geggy - Tan, Suicide Blonde - Inxs, Sugar Water - Cibo Matto, Best Bit - Beth Orton, Here & Now - Letters To Clio, Golfshirt - Nerf Herder, Corning Up Rows - Owsley, Everyday Is Like Sunday - Morrissey|
||HIT OF THE WEEK: THE CARDBOARD RECORD COLLECTION
||CD: $19.25 (US) - NEW
($17.32 with *discount)
|BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1929-1932] 21 tracks from 1929-32 feat. Don Vorhees, Bert Lown, Phil Spitalny, Vincent Lopez, Sam Lanin, Fred Rich Radio Orch., Rudy Vallee Connecticut Yankees & others. (Artists: a- Don Voorhees; b- Bert Lown; c- Phil Spitalny; d- Vincent Lopez; e- Ted Rio Rito; f- Sam Lanin; g- Reser's Radio Band; h- Fred Rich; i- Rudy Vallee Connecticut Yankees) (Vocals: Smith Ballew, Scrappy Lambert, Jack Parker, Paul Small, Eddie Cantor, Elmer Feldkamp, Dick Robertson, Helen Rowland, Rudy Vallee)|
|RHYTHMTOWN-JIVE,THE CJB, ETC, VARIOUS ARTISTS
||GLOBE COMPILATION 2000
||CD: $4.50 (US) - NEW
($4.05 with *discount)
|pop,blues, rhythm & blues, jazz,collections: Big Sale! This compilation is a salute to the next thousand years with a mondo-festive South American feel that features Rhythmtown-Jive, The Christmas Jug Band (Dan Hicks, Paul Rogers, Austin deLone, Tim Eschliman, et al), many others from the Globe Roster, special guest vocalist Susie Davis (Prince, Pat Benatar), a rousing Dixieland finale, and lots of kids from the Wilson School (Petaluma, CA). The choruses are sung in English, but nine other languages speak translated versions throughout the piece (French, Italian, Mandarin Chinese, Hawaiian, Greek, Spanish, Japanese, Cajun French, and German). This is a CD single AND a Globe Records Compilation. There are full-length and edited versions of "Happy New Millenium" as well as 9 bonus tracks from recent Globe Records and Loball Releases.|
||SAMPLE THIS! THE BEST OF BYO/BIG DADDY RECORDS
||CD: $4.75 (US) - NEW
($4.28 with *discount)
|BETTER YOUTH ORGANIZATION
|punk rock: With Bouncing Souls, Terrorgruppe, Pinhead Circus, Youth Brigade , Pezz, Jon Cougar Concentration Camp, Four Letter Word, Brand New Unit, Screw 32, NFU, Hagfish, Walk Together, 22 Jacks, Agression, Automatic 7, Jughead's Revenge, Aztlan Underground, Blues Experiment, Quinto Sol, Ollin, Hepcat, Royal Crown Revue|
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