Tuesday, May 10, 2016

May 10, 2016 Jazz-O-Rama Live: "Battle of the Trumpeters Singers) 1 - Young Louis Armstrong vs. Young Chet Baker"


May 10, 2016

Jazz-O-Rama Live: 

"Battle of the Trumpeters Singers) 1 - Young Louis Armstrong vs. Young Chet Baker"

This Jazz-O-Rama Hour is recorded live on the air at Pawling Public Radio in Pawling, New York.
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Every Tuesday from 7 to 9 pm (EST),  Joe will be in the studio live to play the greatest classic jazz from the 1950s and 60s. Then, stay tuned from 9 to 10 pm (EST) for Joe's hour of 78 records.

“I am very excited to be on the air live! Expect great Jazz classics from Monk, Trane, Bird and a lot more! Plus, we'll take calls and talk about what's happening! We may even have some surprise guests!” announced JOE BEVilacqua, the veteran award-winning producer, who's guest host will be his talented wife, Lorie Kellogg. 
The two additional live hour will air exclusively on Pawling Public Radio. The station broadcasts 24/7 locally on 103.7 FM, and streamed online at:
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SET 1:
00 - MrJazzboMay32016
01 - Chet Baker - Bockhanal (1953)
Grey December is an album by jazz trumpeter Chet Baker compiling sessions recorded in 1953 and 1955 which was released on the Pacific Jazz label in 1992.  The album compiles tracks previously released on the 1953 10 inch LP Chet Baker Ensemble along with previously unissued recordings.
Chet Baker - trumpet, vocals
Herb Geller - alto saxophone, tenor saxophone
Jack Montrose - tenor saxophone
Bob Gordon - baritone saxophone
Russ Freeman - piano
Joe Mondragon - bass
Shelly Manne  - drums


SET 2:

02 - Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven - Potato Head Blues (1927)
"Potato Head Blues" is a Louis Armstrong composition regarded as one of his finest recordings. It was made by Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven for Okeh Records in Chicago, Illinois on May 10, 1927. It was recorded during a remarkably productive week in which Armstrong's usual Hot Five was temporarily expanded to seven players by the addition of tuba and drums; over five sessions the group recorded twelve sides.
03 - Chet Baker - Russ Job (1953)
Chet Baker Quartet featuring Russ Freeman is an album by jazz trumpeter Chet Baker originally recorded July 29 & 30, 1953 and released as a 10 inch LP on the Pacific Jazz label.
Chet Baker - trumpet, vocals (on track 23)
Russ Freeman - piano
Carson Smith - bass
Larry Bunker - drums
04 - Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five - Put 'Em Down Blues (1927)
Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five, Louis Armstrong vocal, recorded by OKeh in Chicago, September 1927, Matrix -- 81302- UHCA (United Hot Clubs of America) laminated pressing (Milt Gabler).

SET 3:

05 - Chet Baker - But Not for Me (1955)
Chet Baker Sings is the debut vocal album by jazz musician Chet Baker, released in 1954 by Pacific Jazz Records. In 2001, the album received the Grammy Hall of Fame Award. "But Not for Me" is a popular song, composed by George Gershwin, with lyrics by Ira Gershwin. 1955, Holland. Baker (t, voc), Dick Twardzik (p), Jimmy Bond (b), Peter Littman (d). Recorded February 15, 1954.
06 - Ain't Misbehavin' - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra - Okeh Metal Mother
• Lo1929 master pressing • Parlophone R 462 [W 402534 B] Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra •
[New York, NY, July 19, 1929]
Louis Armstrong (Trumpet, Vocal)
Homer Hobson (Trumpet)
Fred Robinson (Trombone)
Jimmy Strong (Tenor Saxophone)
Bert Curry (Alto Saxophone)
Crawford Wethington (Alto Saxophone)
Carroll Dickerson (Conductor, Violin)
Gene Anderson (Piano)
Mancy Carr (Banjo)
Pete Briggs (Tuba)
Unknown (Triangle)
Zutty Singleton (Drums)


07 - Chet Baker - Picture of Heath
Playboys is a 1956 jazz album featuring trumpeter Chet Baker and saxophonist Art Pepper. The album was the third collaboration between Pepper and Baker, following the successes of The Route and Chet Baker Big Band. All three albums were recorded in 1956. Recorded October 31, 1956.
Chet Baker — trumpet
Art Pepper — alto saxophone
Phil Urso — tenor saxophone
Carl Perkins — piano
Curtis Counce — bass
Larance Marable — drums


SET 4:

08 - Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five “Hotter Than That” Okeh 8535 (1927)
Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five play “Hotter Than That” on Okeh 8535, recorded on December 13, 1927. Louis Armstrong is on cornet and he provides the vocal.
Kid Ory plays trombone.Johnny Dodds is on clarinet. Lil Armstrong wrote the song and plays piano here. Johnny St. Cyr is on banjo. Lonnie Johnson is on guitar--listen for him ending the record!
09 - Chet Baker -  I Fall in Love Too Easily (1954)
"I Fall in Love Too Easily" is a 1944 song composed by Jule Styne with lyrics by Sammy Cahn. It was introduced by Frank Sinatra in the 1945 film Anchors Aweigh. The film won an Academy Award for its music; "I Fall in Love Too Easily" was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song, which it lost to Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II's "It Might As Well Be Spring". Chet Baker Sings is the debut vocal album by jazz musician Chet Baker, released in 1954 by Pacific Jazz Records. In 2001, the album received the Grammy Hall of Fame Award. Recorded February 15, 1954. Pacific Jazz.



10 - Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven - Keyhole Blues (1927)
[May 13, 1927, Chicago, IL]
Louis Armstrong (Cornet, Vocal)
John Thomas (Trombone)
Johnny Dodds (Clarinet)
Lil Hardin Armstrong (Piano)
Johnny St. Cyr (Banjo, Guitar)
Pete Briggs (Tuba)
Baby Dodds (Drums)


SET 5:

11 - Chet Baker - Jordu (1958)
Stan Meets Chet is an album recorded in 1958 by saxophonist Stan Getz with trumpeter Chet Baker which was originally released on the Verve label. Recorded February 16, 1958.
12 - Louis Armstrong - Struttin' With Some Barbecue (1927)
Louis Armstrong (trumpet), Kid Ory (trombone), Johnny Dodds (clarinet), Lil Hardin (piano), Johnny St. Cyr (banjo). Composed by Lil Hardin & Don Raye. Recorded Chicago, December 9, 1927.
13 - Chet Baker, Jack Sheldon and His All Stars - Aplomb (1957)
Written-By – Paul Moer. Recorded in Los Angeles, August 1957. Released GNP 60, Gene Norman Presents, 1961.



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SET 6:

14 - Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five - King of the Zulus (1926)
(Lil Armstrong)  OKeh 8396 9776-A - 6/23/1926, Chicago, IL.
15 - Chet Baker Sextet - Pent Up House (1962)
Chet is Back! was recorded in Rome, Italy in 1962 at RCA's studios, showcasing bop-oriented tunes. Recorded January 5–15, 1962, RCA Italiana Studios, Rome, Italy.
16 - Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five - Fireworks (1927)
June 27, 1928, Chicago, IL. Composed by Claence Williams and Spencer Williams. Okeh 41078. Louis Armstrong (trumpet), Fred Robinson (trombone), Jimmy Strong (clarinet), Earl Hines (piano), Mancy Carr (banjo), Zutty Singleton (drums)


SET 7:

17 - Chet Baker - You Make Me Feel So Young (1954)
Chet Baker Sings
18 - Louis Armstrong - Exactly Like You (1930)
Vocalion 3040, Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra doing "Exactly Like You." The B-side of "Ain't Misbehavin'" - Recorded May 4, 1930
19 - Chet Baker - Walking (1964)
Chet Baker - The Most Important Jazz Album Of 1964-65 (Colpix, SCP-476).
Bass – Jymie Merritt
Drums – Charlie Rice
Flugelhorn, Vocals – Chet Baker
Piano – Hal Galper
Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Phil Urso


SET 8:

20 - Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - St. James Infirmary (1928)
Banjo - Mancy Cara; Clarinet - Jimmy Strong; Drums - Arthur "Zutty" Singleton; Piano - Earl Hines;
Saxophone [Tenor] - Jimmy Strong; Trombone - Fred Robinson; Trumpet - Louis Armstrong; New York 12.12. 1928
21 - Chet Baker - Tadd's Delight
Chet Baker - The Most Important Jazz Album Of 1964-65 (Colpix, SCP-476).
22 - Knee Drops - Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five - Okeh Metal Mother
Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five play "Knee Drops" on Okeh 8631, recorded on June 27, 1928.
Armstrong, Louis (Trumpet, Vocal)
Robinson, Fred (Trombone)
Strong, Jimmy (Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone)
Hines, Earl (Piano)
Carr, Mancy (Banjo)
Singleton, Zutty (Drums)


SET 9:

23 - Chet Baker - Autumn In New York (1959)
Chet Baker with Fifty Italian Strings is an album by trumpeter Chet Baker which was recorded in Italy in 1959 and released on the Jazzland label.  (Vernon Duke) Recorded    September 28 & 29 and October 5, 1959, Milan, Italy.
Chet Baker - trumpet, vocals
Mario Pezzotta - trombone
Glauco Masetti - alto saxophone
Gianni Basso - tenor saxophone
Fausto Papetti - baritone saxophone
Giulio Libano - piano, celeste
Franco Cerri - bass
Gene Voctory - drums
Len Mercer - arranger, conductor
Unidentified string section
24 - Louis Armstrong - Basin Street Blues (1928)
Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five play the Basin St Blues, named after the famous New Orleans French Quarter avenue. The regular group of Johnny St Cyr on banjo, Lil Hardin on piano, Kid Ory on trombone and Johnnie Dodds on clarinet is not heard on this cut. On this recording, we have Mancy Cara on banjo, Jimmy Strong replacing Dodds on clarinet, Fred Robinson takes over on trombone, Earl Hines replaces Lil on piano and with his celesta, and Zutty Singleton is added at drums. Of course, Louis Armstrong leads with his cornet and vocals. This recording was made for Okeh on December 4, 1928 in Chicago.


SET 10:

25 - Chet Baker - Line For Lyons
Chet in Milan - Recorded    September 25 & 26 and October 6, 1959.
Chet Baker - trumpet
Glauco Masetti - alto saxophone
Gianni Basso - tenor saxophone
Renato Sellani - piano
Franco Cerri - bass
Gene Victory - drums
Giulio Libano - arranger
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by Joe Bevilacqua Narrated by Joe Bevilacqua, Winton Marsalis, Donald Newlove, Leonard Lopate, Louis Armstrong
Length: 59 min.
Veteran radio producer Joe Bevilacqua hosts this entertaining, informative hour, recorded in the French Quarter of New Orleans and featuring jazz great Wynton Marsalis, jazz author and historian Donald Newlove, WNYC Radio talk show host Leonard Lopate, members of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and others, on the origins of jazz, and the life and music of legendary trumpeter Louis Armstrong. Also featured is the music of Armstrong throughout his long career, and rare recordings, including audio from a 1957 CBS TV documentary with Edward R. Murrow.
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