Hole Lotta Love (Tiger’s Comp)

From ‘Babes In The Woods’ to ‘No Quiero Swing’ , we have mixed 20 ‘Jazz & Various Musics‘ tunes around the theme of ‘Golf and Tiger Woods‘. It has Connie Evingson, Ella Fitzgerald, Korn Kobblers, Mary Lou Williams and many more.

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rateyourmusic.com : “Baby Won’t You Please Come Home” was one of Bessie’s first hits, and like most often it is a self-confident song, though at first it seems to be just a sentimental plea of a left woman feeling lonely and heart-broken.

Nino Tempo and April Stevens : In “Teach Me Tiger, April Stevens was a willing young siren, who belies her innocent plea to be ‘taught’, by sensually coaxing a strangely oblivious young man.

Blues and Two J’s Web Site. : Both Frank and Furry disappear from public sight until 1952 when Frank Stokes turns to religion, three years later Frank dies after suffering a stroke on 15th September 1955.

Wikipedia : Debbie Cameron is an American singer of Bahamian ethnicity who has had a career in music in Denmark. She represented Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest 1981, duetting with Tommy Seebach. They performed the song “Krøller eller ej” (Curls or not), finishing 11th with 41 points.

The Weird Wild Realmof Paghat the Ratgirl’s Movie Reviews : The Korn Kobblers formed in 1939 as an offshoot of another nonsense band, Freddie Fisher’s Schnickelfritz Band, following a civil court case for who got to use the older name.

JammUpp : Beginning in 1949 Van “Piano Man” Walls became the pianist for the house band at Atlantic Records. You can hear his distinctive piano on a host of the biggest hits for the label in the early fifties. Some of these are Joe Turner’s “Chains Of Love”, Ruth Brown’s “5-10-15 Hours”, …

Upbeat Recordings : The Wilbur de Paris band was, and still is, quite unique. Each musician belonged to the classic era and had been associated with the absolute greats: Jelly Roll Morton, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Jimmie Lunceford, Sidney Bechet and Cab Calloway for example.

Connie Evingson : Jazz vocalist Connie Evingson appears in theaters, concert halls and nightclubs around the world. She has been a featured guest artist with the Minnesota Orchestra conducted by Doc Severinsen, the Toronto Symphony, Vocalessence, Garrison Keillor’s Prairie Home Companion and the JazzMN Big Band.

PLAYLIST : Bo Diddley – Babes In The Woods (2.11) . Mary Lou Williams – A Grand Night For Swinging (2.52) . April Stevens – Teach Me Tiger (2.20) . Mississippi John Hurt – Spike Driver Blues (3.17) . Johnny Cash – Big Iron (3.52) . Byron Lee And The Dragonaires – Shaft (3.12) . Wilbur De Paris & His Rampart Street Paraders – Under The Double Eagle (5.11) . Roland Kirk – I Had a Ball (5.04) . Connie Evingson – Fixing A Hole (3.29) . Korn Kobblers – Let’s All Sing Like The Birdies Sing (2.01) . Helen Merrill – It’s Not Easy Being Green (2.57) . Debbie Cameron – You go to my Head (4.21) . Benny Goodman – Puttin’ on the Ritz (3.04) . Ella Fitzgerald – Rough Ridin’ (2.54) . Furry Lewis & Frank Stokes – Bunker Hill Blues (3.02) . Harry Van Walls – Tee Nah Nah (2.36) . Cesar Concepcion – El Club de Las Cuatro Patas (2.54) . Mariano Merceron – No Quiero Swing (3.32) . Harry James – I’m Confessin’ (3.38) . Johnny Burnette – Settin’ The Woods On Fire (2.03) .


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