Tuesday, July 30, 2013


Face the Music 8.01.13
Lammas Mix

Punta Arenas*
Heinz Huppertz Orchester 1936

In My Garden: Jasmine-White Heather-
Sweet William-Marigold
Billy Mayerl 1939

Lullabye of the Leaves
Art Tatum 1940

Sweet Patootie
Doug Suggs 1956

Chili Pepper
Fred Longshaw 1925

Apple Sauce
Original Capitol Orchestra 1923


Maple Leaf Rag
United States Marine Band 1909

Weather Bird Rag
King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band 1923

Silver Rose
Johnny Dunn & the Plantation Orchestra 1923

Golden Lily
Tiny Parham & his Musicians 1929

Chant of the Weed
Don Redman’s Orchestra 1932

Michigan Water Blues
Lena Wilson accompanied
by Fletcher Henderson 1923

Put It Right Here
Bessie Smith 1928

I’m Sittin’ On Top of the World
Robert “Rob” Robinson
accompanied by Meade Lux Lewis 1930

There’s Honey on the Moon Tonight
Fats Waller & his Rhythm 1938

Stealin’ Apples
Fletcher Henderson’s Orchestra 1936

It’s Only a Paper Moon
Lester Young Septet 1946

Royal Garden Blues
John Kirby Sextet 1939

Opus Five
John Kirby Sextet 1939


*Punta Arenas (English: "Sandy Point") is a commune and the capital city of Chile's southernmost region, Magallanes and Antartica Chilena. The city was officially renamed Magallanes in 1927, but in 1938 it was changed back to Punta Arenas. It is the largest city south of the 46th parallel south. As of 1977 Punta Arenas has been one of only two free ports in  Chile .
Located on the north shore of the Strait of Magellan, Punta Arenas was originally established in 1848 as a tiny penal colony. During the remainder of the 1800s Punta Arenas grew in size and importance due to the increasing maritime traffic and trade destined to the west coast of both South and North America. This period of growth also coincided with the a gold rush and sheep farming boom in the 1880s and early 1900s. Chile used Punta Arenas to firm up its sovereignty in this southernmost part of South America, which led to the Strait of Magellan being recognized subsequently as Chilean territory in the Boundary treaty of 1881 between Chile and Argentina. The geopolitical importance of Punta Arenas has remained high in the 20th and 21st centuries because of its logistic importance in accessing the Antarctic Peninsula.

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