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The Two Sides of Lyttelton

Humphrey Lyttelton in 1954 compared with his very different band of 6 years later

Humphrey Lyttelton changed the sound of his band between the 1954 recording and the 1960 version. We have both 'sounds.' There's Fay Claasen with the WDR Big Band and a Betty Carter tune. Louise Rogers sings Walt Disney in the shape of Alice in Wonderland. Red Norvo and Eddie Condon appear by courtesy of some V-Disc compilations while Madelaine Peyroux sings a song that was a Charlie Chaplin original.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Echoes of Ellington orchestra

    C Jam Blues

  • Fay Claassen

    Tight

  • Humphrey Lyttelton

    St James Infirmary Blues

  • Kermit Ruffins

    Hey Look Me Over

  • John Barnes

    John Barnes - Falling In Love With Love

  • Shelly Manne

    Steeplechase

  • Louise Rogers

    Alice In Wonderland

  • Terry Lightfoot

    Tin Roof Blues

  • Frank Holder

    I Gotta Right To Sing the Blues

  • Red Norvo

    Flyin' Home

  • Martin Sasse

    Doxy

  • Ella Fitzgerald

    Stardust

  • Humphrey Lyttelton

    Undecided

  • Bud Shank

    Out Of This World

  • Madeleine Peyroux

    Smile

  • Ruby Braff

    Them There Eyes

  • Eddie Condon

    Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None Of My Jelly Roll

  • Kevin Mahogany

    Pride and Joy

  • Dexter Gordon

    I Should Care

  • Vic Dickenson - Russian Lullaby