Thursday, January 2, 2014

 Face the Music 1.02.14

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 1917
played by Aldo Ciccolini

Smokey Mokes
Vess L Ossman, banjo
recorded 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 Blues
sung by Edna Hicks with
piano accompaniment by Lemuel Fowler 1923

You’ve Got the Right Key, But the Wrong Keyhole
sung by Virginia Liston
with 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 Long
Buddy Moss, vocal & guitar 1934

I Got to Have a Little More
Kansas Joe McCoy
{aka the Mississippi Mudder
aka Mud Dauber Joe}
with Chuck Segar, piano 1934

Shorty George Blues
Sippie Wallace accompanied by
pianist Eddie Heywood, Sr. 1923

Take Me for a Buggy Ride
Bessie Smith with Buck & his Band 1933

Lay Your Racket Down
Leola Coot Grant & Kid Wesley Wilson 1933

Come On Down
The Jolly Two
{Walter Roland & Sonny Scott} 1933

Struttin’ My Stuff
Lucille Bogan
accompanied by pianist Charles Avery 1933

Blues in E Flat
xylophonist Red Norvo & his Swing Octet 1935

Harlem Blues
composed in 1922 by W C Handy
performed by Carl Wolfe’s Orchestra

Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone
Sidney DeParis Blue Note Stompers 1951

Fragment/Honky Tonk Train Blues
Meade Lux Lewis film soundtracks 1946











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