The Noontime Jamboree playlist for 07/20/2009

Program name: 
The Noontime Jamboree
Air date: 
07/20/2009
ArtistTitle
Carl Kress, 1937Heat Wave
Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers, 1937(We) Can't Use Each Other Anymore
Sunny Clapp and his Band O'Sunshine, 1929(We) Can't Use Each Other Anymore
Fats Waller, 1929Turn on the Heat
Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers, 1937Dance to Those Sobbin' Blues
King Oliver, 1923Sobbin' Blues
Artie Shaw, Helen Forest, vocal, 1938. NBC broadcast, Blue Room Hotel Roosevelt NYCSummer Souvenirs
Ethel Waters, 1928Guess Who's in Town
Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers, 1936Guess Who's in Town
Paul Whiteman, 1920Wang Wang Blues
Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, 1935Wang Wang Blues
King Oliver, 1926New Wang Wang Blues
Bing Crosby, 1932With Summer Coming On
Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, 1935Who Walks in When I Walk Out
Ray Noble, Al Bowlly, vocal, 1934Who Walks in When I Walk Out
Sidney Bechet, 1939Summertime
Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, 1935Old Fashioned Love
The Georgians, 1923Old Fashioned Love
Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, 1935Too Busy
Coon-Sanders Nighthawks, 1928Too Busy
Mildred Bailey, 1939Guess I'll Go Back Home
Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies, 1935Goofus
Slim Lamar and his Southerners, 1928Goofus
Chester Leighton and His Sophomores (Ben Selvin Orch.), Eddie Walters, vocal, 1931On the Beach With You
Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers, 1937What's the Use?
Frankie Trumbauer, 1930What's the Use?
Vincent Lopez, 1930Here Comes the Sun
Seger Ellis, 1930Sweet Jennie Lee
Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers, 1936Jennie Lee
Django Reinhardt, 1949Beyond the Sea
Farr Brothers, 1934/35Limehouse Blues
Django Reinhardt, 1936Limehouse Blues
California Ramblers, Frank Harris, vocal., 1926Too Many Kisses in the Summer
Coon-Sanders Nighthawks, 1928Skinner's Sock
Farr Brothers, 1934/35Skinner's Sock
Horace Heidt and his Californians, 1929Turn on the Heat
Billy Cotton and His Orchestra (as the "Bohemian Band"), 1928That's My Weakness Now
Hank Penny and Jaye P. Morgan, 1953That's My Weakness Now
Django Reinhardt, 1952Keep Cool

Jazz aficionado Chris Tyle will be joining me on my radio show today.  Chris has put together a show featuring the overlap of jazz and Western swing.

 

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