Red Nichols Radio Transcriptions 1929-1930 (Live)

Radio Transcriptions 1929-1930 (Live)
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CD Details

  • Released: June 26, 2000
  • Label: Iajrc Records

Tracks:

  • 1.Say It With Music (Theme) / Announcement
  • 2.I May Be Wrong
  • 3.Say It With Music (Theme) / Announcement
  • 4.They Didn't Believe Me
  • 5.Say It With Music (Theme) / Announcement
  • 6.On The Alamo
  • 7.Say It With Music (Theme) / Announcement
  • 8.That's Aplenty / Say It With Music (Closing Theme) / Announcement
  • 9.The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise (Theme) / Announcement
  • 10.Can't Yo' Hear Me Callin' Caroline
  • 11.Margie
  • 12.Wait For The Happy Ending
  • 13.Whispering
  • 14.Announcement
  • 15.My Future Just Passed / Oh, Baby / My Future Just Passed
  • 16.Turn On The Heat (Theme) / Announcement
  • 17.After You've Gone
  • 18.Announcement
  • 19.St. Louis Blues
  • 20.Announcement
  • 21.Call of The Freaks
  • 22.Announcement
  • 23.The Sheik of Araby
  • 24.Turn On The Heat (Theme) / Announcement
  • 25.Strike Up The Band / Alexander's Ragtime Band / Strike Up The Band
  • 26.Announcement
  • 27.Black and Blue
  • 28.Ain't Misbehavin' / Black and Blue
  • 29.Announcement
  • 30.Sweet Georgia Brown
  • 31.I Ain't Got Nobody / Sweet Georgia Brown
  • 32.Announcement
  • 33.Ballin' The Jack
  • 34.Walkin' The Dog / Ballin' The Jack
  • 35.I Lost My Gal From Memphis
  • 36.Here Comes Emily Brown

Product Description:

Personnel: Red Nichols (trumpet, cornet); Roy Evans, Dick Robertson, Harold "Scrappy" Lambert (vocals); Treg Brown (guitar, banjo); Tommy Fellini (banjo); Lou Raderman, Maurice Goffin, Henry Whiteman (violin); Irving Brodsky (cello, piano); Jimmy Granato, Benny Goodman (clarinet, alto saxophone); Bud Freeman (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Fud Livingston, Jimmy Dorsey, Pee Wee Russell (reeds); Sid Stoneburn (alto saxophone); Babe Russin (tenor saxophone); Adrian Rollini (bass saxophone); Manny Klein, Tommy Thunen, John Egan (trumpet); Glenn Miller, Herb Taylor, Jack Teagarden (trombone); James Hanson (tuba); Joe Sullivan (piano); Georg Beebe, Gene Krupa (drums).
Recording information: Brunswick (08/29/1929-08/25/1930).
Arrangers: Fud Livingston; Glenn Miller; Robert Van Epps; Red Nichols.
In 1929 cornetist Red Nichols became one of the first jazz bandleaders to record music strictly for radio airplay. The "Brunswick Brevities" generally consisted of a theme song, announcement and one hot number. Five of these "broadcasts" plus Nichols' ten appearances on the Heat program are included on this historically valuable CD from the collectors' IAJRC label. In addition to Nichols, such musicians as trombonists Glenn Miller and Jack Teagarden, clarinetists Jimmy Dorsey, Pee Wee Russell and Benny Goodman, bass saxophonist Adrian Rollini, tenors Babe Russin and Bud Freeman, pianist Joe Sullivan and drummer Gene Krupa are among the sidemen; in addition there are some poppish vocals by Scrappy Lambert, Dick Robertson and Roy Evans although the majority of the cuts are instrumentals, including hot versions of "That's a Plenty," "After You've Gone," "The Sheik of Araby" and "Sweet Georgia Brown." An interesting highlight is a four-song medley (played as a mystery quiz) that is performed by the instrumentation of three trumpets, harp and piano. Recommended to classic jazz and Red Nichols collectors. ~ Scott Yanow

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  • UPC: 602551101122
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25/lbs (approx)
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