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The Big Broadcast, Vol. 6

  • 1. My Papa Doesn't Two-Time No Time - Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra
    2. Blues in F - The Mound City Blue Blowers
    3. Rosy Cheeks - Scrappy Lambert/Ben Bernie & His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra
    4. Me and My Shadow - Scrappy Lambert
    5. Solidoquy - Don Voorhees & His Orchestra
    6. I'm More Than Satisfied - Larry Abbott & His Orchestra
    7. Happy Rhythm - Musical Stevedores
    8. Tip Toe Thru the Tulips - Fred Rich & His Orchestra
    9. Blue Again - Marion Harris
    10. Is That Religion? - Cab Calloway & His Orchestra
    11. Goin' to Town - Red Nichols & His Orchestra
    12. Jig Time - The Three Keys
    13. Look What I've Got - Paul Whiteman Orchestra/Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra
    14. Thank Heaven for You - Rudy Vallee & His Connecticut Yankees
    15. River's Takin' Care of Me, The - Glen Gray/Pee Wee Hunt/Casa Loma Orchestra/Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra
    16. Here You Come with Love - Ted Lewis & His Band
    17. I Never Knew - The Chocolate Dandies
    18. St. Louis Blues - Cliff "Ukelele Ike" Edwards
    19. Mellow as a 'Cello - Joe Venuti & His Blue Four
    20. Mary Lou - Mal Hallet & His Orchestra
    21. Just One of Those Things - Garland Wilson
    22. Shall We Dance - Paul Whiteman Orchestra
    23. China Boy - Gene Austin
    24. Adam's Apple - Barney Rapp & His Orchestra
    25. It Don't Mean a Thing - Roger Wolfe Kahn & His Orchestra
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 1141

  • Credits
    ProducerRich Conaty; Bryan Wright; Rich Conaty (Compilation)

    Composer: Frankie Trumbauer.
    Personnel: Slim Furness (vocals, guitar); Don Redman (vocals, clarinet, alto saxophone); Ted Lewis (vocals, clarinet); Pee Wee Hunt (vocals, trombone); Gene Austin (vocals, piano); Art Gentry, Bob Pease, Charles Day, Jack Day, Earl Smith , Billy Hillpot, Marion Harris, Peggy Healy, Cab Calloway (vocals); Mike Pingatore, Dick McDonough (guitar, banjo); Tony Colucci (guitar, violin); Clark Yocum (guitar, drums); Perry Botkin and His Orchestra, Frank Staffa, Gene Gifford, Otto "Coco" Heimel, Frank Victor, Tony Gerhardi, Lawrence Lucie, Carl Kress (guitar); Elmer Snowden, Jack Bland, Morris White , Charlie Dixon (banjo); Rudy Valle (violin, alto saxophone); Larry Binyon (violin, tenor saxophone); Sammy Shapiro, Mischa Russell, Harry Struble, Kurt Dieterle, Joe Raymond, Murray Kellner, Al Duffy, Bud Hicks, Joe Venuti, John Bowman , Matty Malneck, Ben Bernie, Bob Lawrence (violin); George Bamford (flute, clarinet, tenor saxophone); Walter Thomas (flute, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); John Cordaro (clarinet, bass clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); Chester Hazlett, Benny Bonacio (clarinet, bass clarinet, alto saxophone); Frankie Trumbauer (clarinet, bassoon, alto saxophone); Jack Pettis (clarinet, saxophone); Paul Cartwright (clarinet, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Charles Strickfaden (clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); Slats Long (clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Turk Murphy (clarinet, alto saxophone, trombone); Clarence Hutchenrider, Fred Morrow, Phil Gleason, Jimmy Dorsey, Tony Parenti (clarinet, alto saxophone); Arthur Rollini (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Clarence Grimes (clarinet); Murray Cohen (oboe); Charlie Holmes (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Freddy Cusick (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Glen Gray, Lonnie Brown, Kenny Sargent, Toots Mondello, Bob Bowman (alto saxophone); Chu Berry, Pat Davies, Stuart Anderson, Babe Russin (tenor saxophone); Adrian Rollini (bass saxophone, vibraphone); The Don Moore Band (trumpet, trombone); Leo McConville, Nat Natoli, Frank Zullo, Frank Ryerson, Eddie Wade, Ruby Weinstein, Bill Moore , Grady Watts, Hot Lips Page, Lammar Wright, Jr., Bobby Lee Jones, R.D. McMickle, Bob Alexy, Harry Goldfield, R.Q. Dickerson, Max Kaminsky, Muggsy Spanier, Sonny Dunham, Louis Metcalf, Charlie Teagarden (trumpet); Andy Secrest, Elmer Chambers, Howard H. Scott (cornet); Bill Rank, Billy Rauch, Teddy Nixon, De Priest Wheeler, Andy Russo, Sonny Lee, Floyd O'Brien, Leo Vauchant, George Brunies, Jack Fulton, Jack Teagarden, Henry Hicks, Miff Mole, Red Nichols, Will Bradley (trombone); Fletcher Henderson (piano, drums); Cliff Jackson & His Crazy Cats (piano, cymbals); Clifford R. Burwell, Jack Russin, Russ Carlson, Jack Aaronson, Al Goering, Frankie Carle, Fred Rich, Fulton McGrath, Garland Wilson, Joe Hall , William Wirges, Ray Bloch, Earres Prince, Ramona Davies, Lennie Hayton, Roy Bargy, Al Evans (piano); Dick Slevin (keyboards); John Lucas, Kaiser Marshall, Bob White , George Wettling's New Yorkers, Herb Quigley, Leroy Maxey, Victor Engle, Tony Briglia, Big Sid Catlett, Vic Berton, Stan King (drums).
    Liner Note Author: Rich Conaty.
    Recording information: 04/16/1924-08/25/1937.
    Directors: Fred Rich; Mal Hallet; Paul Whiteman; Roger Wolfe Kahn; Rudy Valle; Cab Calloway.
    Arrangers: Fletcher Henderson; Frank Ryerson; Gene Gifford; R.D. McMickle.
    Producer Rich Conaty did an excellent job for this CD of gathering together mostly obscure recordings from the 1924-1937 period, finishing Big Broadcast: Jazz and Popular Music of the 1920s and 1930s with two unissued performances. Along the way is an excellent mixture of white and black bands, instrumentals and vocals. Whether it is the early scat vocal of Don Redman with Fletcher Henderson ("My Papa Doesn't Two-Time No Time"), some period but worthy singing from Scrappy Lambert, Rube Bloom's complex but catchy "Soliloquy," an alternate take of Cab Calloway's "Is That Religion," the great Marion Harris singing "Blue Again" or Garland Wilson's heated piano solo version of "Just One of Those Things," there is much to enjoy and savor throughout this strong sampler. Even veteran collectors will find some of these selections to be very rare, and Rich Conaty's informative liner notes are an added plus. This very enjoyable release is highly recommended for '20s collectors. ~ Scott Yanow

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