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Joe Venuti Goin' Places
Performer: Joe Venuti, vn; Eddie Lang, gu; Arthur Schutt, p. 4 May 1927.
Composer: Venuti, Lang
Stringin' The Blues, Topaz, TPZ 1015. Tr. 5 (2.55)
Jack Teagarden Makin Friends
Performer: Eddie Condon, bjo; Jimmy McPartland, c; Jack Teagarden, tb; Mezz Mezzrow, cl; Joe Sullivan, p; Art Miller, b; Johnny Powell, d. 30 October 1928.
Composer: Teagarden, McPartland
Jack Teagarden: Father of Jazz Trombone, Avid, AMSC 765. Tr.1 (3.03)
Charlie Parker Wee
Performer: Charlie Parker, as; Dizzy Gillespie, t; Bud Powell, p; Charles Mingus, b; Max Roach, d. 15 May 1953.
Complete Jazz at Massey Hall, Jazz Factory, JFCD 22856. Tr. 12 (6.45)
John Coltrane Moment's Notice
Performer: John Coltrane, ts; Lee Morgan, t; Curtis Fuller, tb; Kenny Drew, p; Paul Chambers, b; Philly Joe Jones, d. 1957.
Blue Train, Blue Note, CDP 7 46095 2. Tr. 2 (9.07)
Marian McPartland For All We Know
Performer: Marian McPartland, p; Rufus Reid, b; Joe Morello, d. 24 April 2001.
Composer: Coots, Lewis
Live at Shanghai Jazz, Concord Jazz, CCD-4991-2. Tr. 2 (5.32)
Aretha Franklin The Old Landmark
Performer: Aretha Franklin, v; Reverend James Cleveland, p, dir; Chuck Rainey, b; Bernard Pretty Purdie, d; The Southern California Community Choir. 1972.
Amazing Grace, Atlantic, K 60023/A; S1/3 (3.40)
Duke Ellington Swing Baby Swing
Performer: Rex Stewart, c; Freddy Jenkins, t; Johnny Hodges, as; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Brick Fleagle, g; Hayes Alvis, b; Jack Maisel, d. 7 July 1937.
Composer: Alvis, Ellington
Duke Ellington 1937 vol.2, Classics, Classics687 (1); Tr. 11 (2.33)
Stan Tracey Feather, Fin and Limb
Performer: Steve Waterman, Noel Langley, Henry Lowther, Mark Armstrong, t; Roger Williams, Mark Nightingale, Adrian Fry, tb; Peter King, Nigel Hitchcock, Andy Panayi, Evan Parker, Alan Barnes, s; Stan Tracey, p; Andrew Cleyndert, b; Clark Tracey, d. 24 July 2004.
Stan Tracey Orchestra at the Appleby Jazz Festival, Resteamed Records, RSJ103. Tr. 1 (9.17)
Geoffrey Smith with his weekly selection of jazz. Each Saturday at midnight, Geoffrey Smith…