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A late night/early morning concert from Count Basie and boogie woogie from Harry James are celebrated by Malcolm Laycock tonight, with more music from Glenn Miller, Nelson Riddle and Duke Ellington.

Malcolm Laycock has a rather large dose the of boogie woogie's from the Harry James, Lionel Hampton and Will Bradley-Johnny Guarnieri Orchestras in the show. Other favourites of the big band era featured are Glenn Miller, Nelson Riddle, Duke Ellington and the Count Basie Orchestra live at 5 (in the morning) some fifty years ago this week.

1 hour

Last on

Sun 31 May 2009 22:00

Music Played

  • Count Basie & His Orchestra

    Cherry Point

    • Roulette 531 791 2.
  • Count Basie Orchestra feat Joe Williams

    Five O'clock in the Morning

    • Roulette 531 791 2.
  • Glenn Miller Orchestra feat Marion Hutton

    Five O'clock Whistle

    • Reader’s Digest RDCD 10021/5.
  • Will Bradley-Ray McKinley Orchestra

    Five O'clock Whistle

    • Hep HEP CD 1071.
  • Glenn Miller Orchestra

    Blue Velvet

    • Columbia COL 4874452.
  • Will Bradley/Johnny Guarnieri Orchestra

    Boogie Woogie Maxixe

    • RCA LSA 3214.
  • Lionel Hampton Orchestra

    Beulah's Boogie

    • Naxos 8120651.
  • Harry James and His Orchestra

    Back Beat Boogie

    • Collectables COL CD 7413.
  • Harry James Orchestra feat Helen Forrest

    I'm Beginning To See The Light

    • Capitol CDEMS 1440.
  • Harry James Orchestra

    Blues Stay Away From Me

    • Sheffield Lab CD 11.
  • Randy Brooks Orchestra

    How High The Moon

    • Jazz Band EBCD 2149-2.
  • Oliver Nelson Studio Band

    Creole Love Call

    • RCA Bluebird NL 86993.
  • Ella Fitzgerald backed by Nelson Riddle Orchestra

    What Am I Here For?

    • Verve 3145193472.
  • Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra

    You're An Old Smoothie

    • Capitol CDEMS 1489.
  • The Duke Ellington Orchestra

    I Can't Stop Loving You

    • Rhino 8122 73658 2.


  • Sun 31 May 2009 22:00