Sunday, April 15, 2018

Face the Music 4.19.18
Time Pieces

There’ll Come a Time
Bix & Tram 1928

Stomp Time Blues
Jasper Taylor & his State Street Boys 1927

What a Wonderful Time
Sonny Clay & the California Poppies 1923

Hard Time Blues
Harlem Harmony Kings 1921

Your Time Now
Thomas Waller player piano roll 1923

Off Time Blues
Earl Hines piano solo 1928

Big Time Woman
Wilton Crawley 1930

The Last Time I Saw Chicago
The Three Deuces 1941

Sidney Bechet Quintet 1939

Time Out
Count Basie & his Orchestra
live at the Famous Door 1939

Minute Waltz
John Kirby & his Orchestra 1939

Tempus Fugue-it (Tempus Fugit)
Bud Powell Trio 1949

A Stritch in Time
Roland Kirk 1962

Once Upon a Time
Earl Hines with a band of Ellingtonians
and master percussionist Elvin Jones 1966

Acht O’Clock Rock
Duke Ellington & his Orchestra 1971

Fourth Dimension
composed by Zez Confrey in 1959

Time Races with Emit
Roland Kirk 1962

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Face the Music 4.12.18
Everybody and You

Everybody and You
Princeton Triangle Jazz Band 1928

When You Want ‘Em You Can’t Get ‘Em
When You’ve Got ‘Em You Don’t Want ‘Em
George Gershwin player piano roll 1916

By a Waterfall, I’m Calling You
Bonzo Dog Band 1968

I Want To Talk About You
John Lee Hooker 1960

You So Small
Roosevelt Sykes 1963

You Brought a New Kind of Love To Me
Vic Dickenson Septet 1954

These Foolish Things Remind Me Of You
Art Pepper Quartet 
with Hampton Hawes 1952

I Can’t Escape From You
Dexter Gordon Quintet 
with Bud Powell 1946

You Go To My Head
Anthony Braxton 1972

You Stepped Out of a Dream
Anthony Braxton 1975

Bellevue For You
Pete Brown Quintette 1944

I Remember You
Lee Konitz Trio
with Elvin Jones 1961

Wham Bam Thank You Ma’am
Charles Mingus with Booker Ervin
& Roland Kirk 1961

Sunday, April 1, 2018

Face the Music ​4.05.18

Be Yourself
Are You Making Any Money?
Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra 1933
vocal by Ramona

When You’re With Somebody Else
Shilkret’s Rhythmelodists 1928

You Forgot Your Gloves
Fred Waring & his Pennsylvanians 1931
vocal by Clare Hanlon

If I Had You
Art Tatum piano solo 1955

Gee, Ain’t I Good To You?
Don Redman & Fats Waller with
McKinney’s Cotton Pickers 1929

How Come You Do Me Like You Do?
Rosa Henderson accompanied by
pianist Fletcher Henderson 1924

Ain’t Gonna Run You Down
Jimmy Blythe player piano roll

You Got The Right Key But The Wrong Keyhole
Virginia Liston with Clarence Williams’ Blue Five
featuring Louis Armstrong & Sidney Bechet 1924

I’ll See You In The Spring, When the Birds Begin to Sing
Memphis Jug Band - Atlanta, Georgia 1927

Be Yourself
Sodarisa Miller
accompanied by pianist Jimmy Blythe 1925

You Know It Ain’t Right
Merline Johnson ‘The Yas Yas Girl’ 1940

You’re Driving Me Crazy
Lester Young Quintet 1946

The Way You Look Tonight
Erroll Garner Trio 1949

More Than You Know
Flip Phillips & his Orchestra 1945

P.S. I Love You
Sonny Stitt blowing baritone sax 1951

I’m No Good Without You
Lennie Tristano Quintet
live at Birdland 1949

I Don’t Stand a Ghost of a Chance With You
Lennie Tristano Trio 1946

Monday, March 26, 2018

FTM 32918: For You

Please Say You Will
Scott Joplin’s first published song: 1895
played by Richard Zimmerman

Rose Time and You
composed by Luckey Roberts - published in 1923
played by Tom Roberts

When I’m With You
Celestin’s Original Tuxedo Orchestra 1927

No One Else But You
Louis Armstrong & his Savoy Ballroom Five 1928

When You Wore a Tulip {and I Wore a Big Red Rose}
composed by Percy Wenrich - published in 1914
Sidney DeParis’ Blue Note Stompers 1951

You Oughta See My Gal
Wilton Crawley & his Orchestra 1929

If You Want to Be My Sugar Papa
Louis Armstrong with
Jimmy Bertrand’s Washboard Wizards 1927

I Won’t Give You None
Punch Miller with
Jimmy Bertrand’s Washboard Wizards 1929

You’ve Got To Give Me Some
Bessie Smith accompanied by
Clarence Williams & Eddie Lang 1929

If You Don’t Give Me What I Want
Fulton Allen billed as Blind Boy Fuller 1937

Dirty Mother For You
Shufflin’ Sam & his Rhythm 1936

When You Were a Girl of Seven
Tampa Red & the Chicago Five 1936

You’re My Ideal
Lionel Hampton & his Orchestra 1938

I’ll See You In My Dreams
tenor saxophonist Ben Webster with
Teddy Wilson & his Orchestra 1936

For You
tenor saxophonist Wardell Gray with
bassist Vernon Alley & his Orchestra 1946

Just You, Just Me
alto saxophonist Willie Smith with
Nat King Cole 1956

I Get a Kick Out of You
Charlie Parker 1954