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13 November 2004

Saturday 13 November 2004 17:00-18:00 (Radio 3)

With Geoffrey Smith.


1 hour


Presented by Geoffrey Smith
Producer: James Birtwistle
Broadcast Assistant: Patrick Johns

Music Details

JRR Signature Tune:
Oh, but on the Third Day (Happy Feet Blues) (Marsalis)
Performed by Wynton Marsalis (tpt), Marcus Roberts (pno), Todd Williams (t/sx), Dr Michael White (clt), Danny Barker (bjo), Teddy Riley (tpt), Freddie Lonzo (tbn), Reginald Veal (bs), Herlin Riley (dms)
Recorded 28 October 1988
Taken from the album The Majesty of the Blues
1989 CD (CBS 465129 2)

Little Rock Getaway (Sullivan)
Performed by Bob Crosby and his Orchestra: Zeke Zarchy (tpt), Billy Butterfield (tpt), Yank Lawson (tpt), Mark Bennett (tbn), Ward Silloway (tbn), Joe Kearns (a/sx), Matty Matlock (clt, a/sx), Eddie Miller (solo t/sx), Dean Kincaide (t/sx), Bob Zurke (pno), Nappy Lamare (gtr), Bob Haggart (bs), Ray Bauduc (dms), Bob Crosby (ldr)
Recorded 5 November 1937
Taken from the album Eye Opener
1996 CD (Topaz TPZ 1054)

Grandpa's Spells (Morton)
Performed by Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers: Jelly Roll Morton (pno), Kid Ory (tbn), George Mitchell (cnt), Omer Simeon (clt), Johnny St Cyr (gtr), John Lindsay (bs), Andrew Hillaire (dms)
Recorded 16 December 1926, Chicago
Taken from the album Jelly Roll Morton, Volume 4
CD (JSP Records JSPCD 324)

Flat Foot Floogie (Gaillard, Stewart, Green)
Performed by Count Basie and his Orchestra: Ed Lewis (tpt), Buck Clayton (tpt), Dickie Wells (tbn), Dan Minor (tbn), Benny Morton (tbn), Earl Warren (a/sx), Herschel Evans (t/sx), Lester Young (t/sx), Jack Washington (b/sx), Count Basie (pno), Freddie Green (gtr), Walter Page (bs), Jo Jones (dms), Jimmy Rushing (voc)
Recorded 9 July 1938, Famous Door, New York City
Taken from the album Basie's Best
1975 LP (Ember CJS 849)

Sweet Georgia Brown (Casey, Pinkard, Bernie)
Performed by Anita O'Day (voc) with Buddy Bregman's Orchestra: probably: Conte Candoli (tpt), Pete Candoli (tpt), Conrad Gozzo (tpt), Ray Linn (tpt), Milt Bernhardt (tbn), Frank Rosolino (tbn), Lloyd Elliott (tbn), George Roberts (b/tbn), Herb Geller (a/sx), Bud Shank (a/sx), Georgie Auld (t/sx), Bob Cooper (t/sx), Jimmy Giuffre (b/sx), Paul Smith (pno), Al Hendrickson (gtr), Joe Mondragon (bs), Alvin Stoller (dms), Buddy Bregman (arr., cond.), plus strings: 12 unknown violinists, 2 unknown violists, Edgar Lustgarten (cel), Robert La Marchina (cel), Mischa Russell (concert master)
Recorded 20 December 1956, Los Angeles
Taken from the album Pick Yourself Up with Anita O'Day
1992 CD (Verve 517 329-2)

Alfie (Bacharach, David)
Performed by Roland Kirk (t/sx, stritch), Lonnie Liston Smith (pno), Ronald Boykins (bs), Grady Tate (dms)Recorded April 1967, Englewood, New Jersey
Taken from the album Rip, Rig and Panic/Now Please Don't You Cry, Beautiful Edith
1990 CD (Emarcy 8321642)

Doowap (Sharp)
Performed by Karen Sharp (t/sx), Dave Priseman (tpt), Richard Busiakiewicz (tpt), John Day (bs), Matt Fishwick (dms)
Recorded 12/13 January 2004, Bexley
Taken from the album So Far So Good
2004 CD (33 Records 33JAZZ106)

Doodlin' (Silver)
Performed by Ted Heath and his Music: probably: Bobby Pratt (tpt), Bert Ezard (tpt), Duncan Campbell (tpt), Eddie Blair (tpt), Don Lusher (tbn), Wally Smith (tbn), Keith Christie (solo tbn), Jimmy Coombes (tbn), Ronnie Chamberlain (a/sx), Des Gilbert (a/sx), Henry McKenzie (clt, t/sx), Bob Efford (t/sx), Ken Kiddler (b/sx), Stan Tracey (pno), Johnny Hawksworth (bs), Ronnie Verrell (dms)
Recorded probably 1959
Taken from the album Ted Heath in Concert
1959 LP (Decca LK 4331)

My Romance (Rodgers, Hart)
Performed by Geoff Eales (pno)
Recorded 26 July 2002, Ardingly, West Sussex
Taken from the album Synergy
2004 CD (Basho Records SRCD11-2)

Jean de Fleur (Green)
Performed by Grant Green (gtr), Joe Henderson (t/sx), Bobby Hutcherson (vib), Duke Pearson (pno), Bob Cranshaw (bs), Al Harewood (dms)
Recorded 4 November 1963, Englewood Cliffs
Taken from the album Idle Moments
1999 CD (Blue Note 499003-2)

Spoonful (Dixon)
Performed by the Gil Evans Orchestra: Thad Jones (tpt), Louis Mucci (tpt), Bernie Glow (tpt), Jimmy Cleveland (tbn), Jimmy Knepper (tbn), Ray Alonge (f/hn), Julius Watkins (f/hn), Bill Barber (tba), Andy Fitzgerald (rds, w/w), George Marge (rds, w/w), Bob Tricarico (rds, w/w), Phil Woods (solo a/sx, w/w), Harry Lookofsky (t/vln), Gil Evans (pno), Kenny Burrell (gtr), Paul Chambers (bs), Elvin Jones (dms)
Recorded 25 May 1964, New York
Taken from the album Jazz Masters 23: Gil Evans
1994 CD (Verve 521 860-2)

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