Jones Take On Me A-Ha 1985 04. Mad About the Boy 3:07 15. Jordi Pujol should be congratulated for the imaginative and unstinting presentation of the music. Karen Souza Personal Jesus Depeche Mode 1990 07. Long Ago and Far Away 2:57 04. Everything Happens to Me 3:07 02.
Collective Sweet Dreams Are Made Of This Eurythmics 1982 06. Collective Missing Everything But The Girl 12. This playlist would fool me into believing of get this wonderful station that features 20's and 30's music, on at present. I have barely scratched the surface of these impressive recordings, and am very grateful for them. A good brass band they are, but I recognize the sound and the recording. Time on My Hands 3:08 06.
Sarah Menescal Time After Time Cyndi Lauper 1984 12. A Cent and a Half 2:55 06. In the meantime, several of these types of auctions have caught my eye this week, starting with: This is an original Lexington Avenue pressing with the flat edge and frame cover. All of Me 2:43 21. Here's a YouTube version of the latter for comparison, though anyone familiar knows the recording quality and style cannot be the former: That said, thank you Gathacol Radio, for this wonderful collection. It contains both well-known jazz standards and some rare stuff.
I had my eye on this one and someone also mentioned it in a comment on the previous post:. The other band by that name has dazzling piano work from Nat Cole as he backs Willie Smith, and Willies other group erupts with dazzling solos from Les Paul in great form. Lennie Tristano makes a fleeting appearance, too. There was a film at the time 1944 about a giant rabbit by that name, and Johnny Hodgess nickname was Rabbit. I Woke Up Dizzy 3:03 16. A lot of the recordings were made for 12 inch 78s, and this leads to plenty of relaxed and extended performances.
Sawa Kobayashi Patience Guns n Roses 1989 11. You might want to have that checked, as the arrangement might not be copyright free. Massey Last Train To London E. The 1944 Kansas City Seven had Lester at his best, with great playing from Buck Clayton, Dickie Wells and a piano player called Prince Charming, elevated in rank from a Count. I See Your Face Before Me 3:05 08. Stairway to the Stars 3:09 12.
The full page with info on all the tracks can be found at Some of the descriptions link to other pages containing more info on specific songs, artists, and some of the composers. Back in business with some more random rare jazz vinyl, focusing today on records in the 10-inch pile, starting with. Rich toned tenor Corky Corcoran, who was a sideman for Harry James, leads a cooking orchestra that also included trumpeter Emmett Berry with some nice charts on What Is This Thing Called Love and Minor Blues. A quick click to tells us that this is by far the highest price ever paid for this record. The Man I Love 4:14 08. Collective Breakfast In America Supertramp 1979 12. When Your Love Has Gone 2:43 12.
There was also this odd item from the same auction:. I Heard You Cry Last Night 2:52 21. Just One More Chance 4:51 04. Night and Day 3:20 24. Count Basie, Charlie Shavers and Lester Young were among the many star names to cross the threshold, and if the emphasis is on insouciant swing, there's also a strong consignement of bebop from the young Red Rodney and Dave Lambert among others. You also have some smoking big band sessions, such as Neal Hefti giving his portend of Basie things to come on I Woke Up Dizzy and Sloppy Joes and Chubby Jackson showing his Herd instincts on Norhwest Passage.
Stella Starlight Trio Tainted Love Soft Cell 1981 03. The speed and precision of this orchestra is astounding. On the Sunny Side of the Street 4:42 14. You're Driving Me Crazy 4:12 14. Karen Souza Every Breath You Take The Police 1983 06. Jones recorded primarily for Brunswick from 1924 - 1931, then switched to Victor with a largely enhanced Band, and hotter arrangements.
September in the Rain 3:06 14. Urselle Suicide Blonde Inxs 1990 08. Just One of Those Things 4:30 04. I Only Have Eyes for You 3:08 18. The nature of Keynotes early releases stopped them reaching a broader market, but at the end of 1943 he took a decision that, for a while, helped move his business in the right direction: Keynote turned to jazz and for the following three and a half years built up a large 78 rpm record catalog of 10 and 12-inch albums which contributed greatly to documenting the jazz history of forties America. During this relatively short period he used his deep knowledge and great contacts to record some of the most celebrated jazz soloists and outstanding newcomers on the New York, Chicago and Los Angeles jazz scenesdiscs that rapidly became collectors items. Prez is at his absolute zenith here, and floats on Sometimes Im Happy and I Never Knew, while Hawkins comes in on following sessions and is majesterial on Cattin at Keynote and Bean at the Met.
The Cooltrane Quartet Smoke On The Water Deep Purple 1972 05. This copy was in M- condition for the record and the cover. After Theatre Jump 4:43 06. Jazz Me Blues 2:59B 03. Make Love to Me 3:02 07.