May 22 2022

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Randy McElligott brings you the best in jazz from the early beginnings to the present. Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, new trendsetters as well as established artists are featured.

Canadian singer Chantal Chamberland is featured on several tracks with her warm sultry voice. Three spotlights are also on the docket. One dealing with faces, the other, songs that contain the name Karen, and finally songs about chance. Trumpet legend Dizzy Gillespie closes out the show with “Just One More Chance”.

Artist | Year | Song | Time
01 charles mcpherson first flight out karen 4.18
02 quincy jones the quincy jones abc mercury big band jazz sessions little karen 3.45
03 john carter and bobby vradford the complete revelation sessions karen on monday 6.52
04 dexter gordon complete prestige recordings oh karen 12.12
05 chantal chamberland serendipity street across the room 4.23
06 chantal chamberland serendipity street cheek to cheek 3.06
07 chantal chamberland serendipity street cry me a river 2.55
08 chantal chamberland jazz around the world la mer 3.50
09 chantal chamberland serendipity street since i fell for you 4.40
10 chantal chamberland serendipity street solitude 4.03
11 chantal chamberland serendipity street time after time 4.05
12 buddy rich big swing face big swing face 5.43
13 jesse stacy stacy still swings doll face 5.47
14 bill connors of mist and melting face in the water 6.22
15 hubert laws say it with silence false faces 6.13
16 mildred bailey the complete columbia recordings i see your face before me 3.00
17 bernt rosengren-fredrik noren-palle danielsson-lars sjosten inside pictures a tribute to lars gullin without a chance 4.03
18 the rampart street paraders classic columbia condon mob sessions i don’t stand a ghost of a chance with you 4.04
19 eddie gomez and mark kramer art of the heart chances are 4.32
20 chance jazziz 2001 chance – a walk 4.16
21 clarence “gatemouth” brown just got lucky taking my chance 6.19
22 dizzy gillespie jazz in paris – cognac blues just one more chance 3.13

For the best in jazz and popular music from the 1920’s to the early 60’s, Stephanie Robinson brings you the hit makers and trend setters that defined this golden period of music.

IHTSB May 22, 2022
This is the weekend that Canadians traditionally mark as Victoria Day, and for us it’s an opportunity to reflect on the contribution made to popular culture by those with ties to Britain. On today’s show we celebrate the British influence in the jazz and popular music culture during our time period. We listen to recordings made in the UK from the 1920s through to to 1940s by some of the wonderful artists who flourished there at that time. Featured today are dance bands that music fans listened and danced to, with their musicians and vocalists, as well as jazz groups inspired by styles from America. Enjoy the sound all over again!

Artist | Year | Song | Time
1. Vic Lewis and Jack Parnell Jazzmen 1944 I’m Coming Virginia 2:49
2. Jack Payne & His BBC Dance Orchestra 1929 Do Something 2:37
3. Anne Lenner & Brian Lawrance 1935 I Won’t Dance 2:44
4. Henry Hall & The BBC Dance Orchestra 1935 How’s Chances? 2:55
5. Quintette Of The Hot Club Of France 1938 Lambeth Walk 2:47
6. Ambrose And His Orchestra 1936 Copenhagen 3:01
7. Beryl Davis 1939 You Made Me Love You 3:25
8. Jack Hylton 1928 If You Want The Rainbow 3:13
9. Charlie Kunz & Casani Club Orchestra 1936 I’m In A Dancing Mood 2:53
10. Flanagan & Allen 1937 Hometown 3:09
11. Robert Farnon And His Orchestra 1956 Westminster Waltz 3:13
112. George Shearing 1948 Blue Moon 3:19
13. Al Bowlly 1938 Music, Maestro, Please 2:51
14. Kenny Baker 1945 Drop Me Off At Harlem 2:57