2022 04 IHTSB April 24 red norvo, eddie condon, jess stacy…

2022 04 IHTSB April 24 red norvo, eddie condon, jess stacy...

IHTSB April 24, 2022
On today’s show we feature more of the wonderful recordings made in the 1940s and 1950s for the independent jazz labels that were flourishing at the time. Labels like Commodore, Keynote Blue Note produced some of the finest jazz of the era, in sessions where artists who were in town could gather and create some jazz history. All of them were superb performers, and their interpretations of the classic jazz standards and often their own compositions are quite literally timeless. We can listen to them over and over again, alway enjoyable and more often than not revealing to us yet another facet of the artists’ wonderful work.

1. Red Norvo’s All Star Septet 1944 Sing Something Simple 3:41
2. Eddie Condon & His Windy City Seven 1938 Carnegie Jump 2:41
3. Eddie Heywood And His Orchestra 1944 Just You, Just Me 3:10
4. Muggsy Spanier And His Rag timers 1944 Oh, Lady Be Good 3:29
5. Bud Freeman’s All Star Orchestra 1945 Inside On The Southside 2:41
6. Edmond Hall Quartet 1944 It Had To Be You 2:58
7. Jess Stacy All-Stars 1939 I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me 2:31
8. Charlie Shavers’ All American Five: 1944 My Man 3:20
9. Chet Baker 1953 Easy To Love 3:01
10. JC Heard Quintet 1945 All My Life 2:57
11. Sidney Bechet And His Blue Note Jazzmen 1949 When The Saints Go Marchin’ In 3:02
12. Jonah Jones And His Orchestra 1945 Exactly Like You 2:56
13. Sidney Bechet And His Blue Note Jazzmen 1945 High Society 3:37
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