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Makin’ Whoopee

Dinah Washington records ‘The Swingin’ Miss D,’ an album…

Dinah Washington’s ‘The Swingin’ Miss D’ is a studio album arranged by Quincy Jones and recorded on December 4–6, 1956 and released in 1957 by Emarcy. Track Listing : 1.They Didn’T Believe Me (Jerome Kern, Herbert Reynolds) – 02:44 . 2.You’Re Crying (Leonard Feather, Quincy Jones) – 03:29 . 3.Makin’ Whoopee (Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn) […]

Roland Kirk records ‘Kirk’s Work’ with Jack Mcduff et al…

Roland Kirk’s ‘Kirk’s Work’ is an album recorded on July 11, 1961 with Jack McDuff and released the same year by Prestige. Track Listing : 1.Three For Dizzy (Roland Kirk) – 05:11 . 2.Makin’ Whoopee (Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn) – 05:07 . 3.Funk Underneath (Roland Kirk) – 06:15 . 4.Kirk’S Work (Roland Kirk) – 03:54 […]

Oscar Peterson & Stéphane Grappelli record together : ‘Skol’…

‘Skol’ by Oscar Peterson & Stéphane Grappelli. is a live album recorded on July 6, 1979 and released the same year by Pablo. Track Listing : 1.Nuages (Jacques Larue, Django Reinhardt) – 08:18 . 2.How About You? (Arthur Freed, Burton Lane) – 05:19 . 3.Someone To Watch Over Me (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) – 06:50 […]

Frank Sinatra records ‘Sinatra at the Sands,’ his first live album…

Frank Sinatra’s ‘Sinatra at the Sands’ is his first live album recorded in January 1966 with Count Basie and his orchestra, conducted and arranged by Quincy Jones and released in July 1966 by Reprise. Track Listing : 1.Come Fly With Me (Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen) – 03:45 . 2.I’Ve Got A Crush On You […]

Branford Marsalis records ‘Trio Jeepy’ with Jeff Tain Watts and Milt…

Branford Marsalis’ ‘Trio Jeepy’ is an album recorded on January 3-4, 1988 with bassist Milt Hinton and released in June 1989 By Sony Music. Track Listing : 1.Housed From Edward (Branford Marsalis) – 09:27 . 2.The Nearness Of You (Hoagy Carmichael, Ned Washington) – 10:30 . 3.Three Little Words (Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby) – 05:07 […]

Satchmo Loves Company

Louis Armstrong‘s exuberant and gravelly voice happened to be the perfect match with the mellifluous or crooning voices of his contemporaries. His blasting trumpet, the perfect contrast with the pianist. Who ever they were, Billie Holiday, Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Dean Martin, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Johnny Cash, Marlene Dietrich, Peggy Lee, Earl Hines, Duke […]