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IRA'S BLEND #37: SWING, MORE SWING



IRA’S BLEND #37: SWING, MORE SWING
Broadcast 14-8-2016
Host/Engineer: Ira
For: ex-patradio.fr

Listen to archived show on Mixcloud HERE

Cab Calloway and His Orchestra – Give, Baby, Give
Benny Carter – That Old Black Magic
Billy Eckstine and His Orchestra – I Want to Talk About You
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Art Tatum – Makin’ Whoopie
Duke Ellington – Black and Tan
Don Redman and His Orchestra – Sophisticated Lady
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Fletcher Henderson – Until Today
Benny Carter – Alone Together
Cab Calloway and His Orchestra – Are You All Reet
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Duke Ellington (Ivie Anderson? v) – At a Dixie Roadside Diner
Roy Eldridge – Baby, What’s the Matter with You
Dizzie Gillespie and Charlie Parker – Billie’s Bounce
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Lionel Hampton – I’m On My Way from You
Ray Brown’s All Stars – Smokey Hollow Jump
Red Norvo – The Man I Love
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Roy Eldridge – This Can’t Be Love
Woody Herman – 125th Street Prophet
Charlie Parker – Merry-Go-Round
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Leon Berry – My Mariuccia Take a Steamboat
Jimmy Lunceford and His Orchestra – Oh Why, Oh Why
Billy Eckstine and His Orchestra – Tell Me Pretty Baby
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Barney Bigard and His Jazzopators – Chew-Chew-Chew (Your Bubble-Gum)
Benny Goodman – Dina
Benny Goodman – Opus ¾ II
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Coleman Hawkins – Rocky Comfort
Sir Charles Thompson and His All Stars – 20th Century Blues
Charlie Christian – Boy Meets Girl (Grand Slam)
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Earl Hines and His Orchestra – Jersey Bounce
Bennie Moten’s Kansas City Orchestra – Rite Tite
Jimmy Lunceford and His Orchestra – Runnin’ Wild
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Jay McShann and His Orchestra – The Jumpin’ Blues
Dizzie Gillespie and Charlie Parker – Surrender Dear



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