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CDs with: Williams, Martin T.

Big band jazz [from the beginnings to the fifties] / [selected and annotated by Gunther Schuller and Martin Williams.
Changes ; Lonely melody (Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra) -- Copenhagen ; Henderson stomp ; Hop off ; New King Porter stomp ; Down South camp meetin' (Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra) -- Put it there ; Stop kidding (McKinney's Cotton Pickers) -- Ol' man river (Luis Russell and his Orchestra) -- Starvation blues (Jesse Stone and his Blue Serenaders) -- Market Street stomp (Missourians) -- Casa Loma stomp (Casa Loma Orchestra) -- Toby ; Moten swing (Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra) -- Madhouse ; Fat babes ; Rock and rye ; Grand Terrace shuffle (Earl Hines and his Orchestra) -- Stomping at the Savoy (Chick Webb's Savoy Orchestra) -- Don't be that way ; That naughty waltz ; Harlem Congo (Chick Webb and his Orchestra) -- Mood indigo ; Stratosphere ; Stomp it off ; Organ grinder's swing ; Uptown blues (Jimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra) -- Sometimes I'm happy ; King Porter ; Sing, sing, sing ; Ridin' high ; Mission to Moscow (Benny Goodman and his Orchestra) -- Big Jim blues (Andy Kirk and his Twelve Clouds of Joy) -- Song of India ; Well, git it! ; On the sunny side of the street ; Opus no. one (Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra) -- One o'clock jump ; Sent for you yesterday ; Jumpin' at the Woodside ; Volcano ; 9:20 special ; Shiny stockings (Count Basie and his Orchestra) -- Cherokee ; Skyliner (Charlie Barnet and his Orchestra) -- Begin the beguine ; Rose room ; Star dust (Artie Shaw and his Orchestra) -- I got rhythm ; In the mood ; A string of pearls (Glenn Miller and his Orchestra) -- The mole ; Friar Rock (Harry James and his Orchestra) -- Shufflebug shuffle (Benny Carter and his Orchestra) -- Tuxedo Junction ; Midnight stroll (Erskine Hawkins and his Orchestra) -- A gypsy without a song ; Take the "A" train ; Just a-sittin' and a-rockin' ; Perdido ; The "C" jam blues ; Main stem ; Happy go lucky local (Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra) -- Leap frog (Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra) -- Till Tom special ; Flying home (Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra) -- Down under ; Apple honey ; Bijou (Rhumba a la jazz) ; Four brothers (Woody Herman and his Orchestra) -- Cool breeze (Billy Eckstine and his Orchestra) -- A night in Tunisia (interlude) ; Boyd meets Stravinsky (Boyd Raeburn and his Orchestra) -- Our delight ; Things to come (Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra) -- Robbins nest ; Donna Lee (Claude Thornhill and his Orchestra) -- Elevation (Elliot Lawrence and his Orchestra) -- What's new? (Stan Kenton and his Orchestra).
CD 3149
Smithsonian collection of classic jazz
Maple leaf rag (Scott Joplin) -- Maple leaf rag (Jelly Roll Morton) -- St. Louis blues (Bessie Smith) -- Lost your head blues (Bessie Smith) -- Dippermouth blues (King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band) -- Black bottom stomp (Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers) -- Dead man blues (Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers) -- Grandpa's spells (Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers) -- King Porter Stomp (Jelly Roll Morton) -- Cake walking babies from home (Red Onion Jazz Babies) -- Blue horizon (Sidney Bechet and his Blue Note Jazz Men) -- Carolina shout (James P. Johnson) -- Big butter and egg man from the west (Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five) -- Potato head blues (Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven) -- Struttin' with some barbecue (Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five) -- Hotter than that (Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five) -- West End blues (Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five). Weather bird (Louis Armstrong, Earl Hines) -- Sweethearts on parade (Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra) -- I gotta right to sing the blues (Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra) -- Singin' the blues (Frankie Trumbauer and his Orchestra) -- Riverboat shuffle (Frankie Trumbauer and his Orchestra) -- Four or five times (Jimmie Noone's Apex Club Orchestra) -- The stampede (Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra) -- Wrappin' it up (Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra) -- Dinah (Red Nichols and his Five Pennies) -- Moten swing (Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra) -- I ain't got nobody (Fats Waller) -- Honky tonk train blues (Meade "Lux" Lewis) -- Body and soul (Benny Goodman Trio) -- Body and soul (Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra) -- The man I love (Coleman Hawkins Quartet) -- He's funny that way (Billie Holiday and her Orchestra) -- These foolish things (Billie Holiday and her Orchestra). You'd be so nice to come home to (Ella Fitzgerald) -- Willow weep for me (Art Tatum) -- Too marvbelous for words (Art Tatum) -- Organ grinder's swing (Jimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra) -- Rockin' chair (Gene Krupa and his Orchestra) -- I can't believe that you're in love with me (Chocolate Dandies featuring Roy Eldridge and Benny Carter) -- When lights are low (Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra) -- Dinah (Quintette of the Hot Club of France) -- Doggin' around (Count Basie and his Orchestra) -- Taxi war dance (Count Basie and his Orchestra) -- Lester leaps in (Count Basie's Kansas City Seven) -- I found a new baby (Benny Goodman Sextet featuring Charlie Christian and Count Basie) -- Breakfast feud (Benny Goodman Sextet featuring Charlie Christian) -- East St. Louis toddle-oo (Duke Ellington and his Orchestra) -- The new East St. Louis toodle-o (Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra) -- Diminuendo in blue and crescendo in blue (Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra) -- Ko-Ko (Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra) -- Concerto for cootie (Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra) -- Cotton tail (Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra) -- In a mellotone (Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra) -- Blue serge (Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra) -- I got rhythm (Don Byas and Slam Sextet) -- I can't get started (Dizzy Gillespie Sextet) -- Shaw 'nuff (Dizzy Gillespie All Star Quintette) -- Koko (Charlie Parker's Re-Boppers) -- Lady, be good (Charlie Parker with Jazz at the Philharmonic) -- Embraceable you (take 1) (Charlie Parker Quintet) -- Embraceable you (take 2) (Charlie Parker Quintet) -- Klactoveedsedstene (Charlie Parker Quintet) -- Crazeology (take 1) (Charlie Parker Sextet) -- Crazeology (take 4) (Charlie Parker Sextet) -- Parker's mood (Charlie Parker All-Stars) -- Fantasy on Frankie and Johnny (Erroll Garner) -- Night in Tunisia (Bud Powell Trio) -- Bikini (Dexter Gordon Quartet) -- Lady Bird (Tadd Dameron Sextet). Boplicity (Miles Davis and his Orchestra) -- Subconcsious Lee (Lennie Tristano Quintet) -- Body and soul (Gene Norman's "Just Jazz", featuring Red Norvano and Stan Getz) -- All alone (Sarah Vaughan) -- My funny valentine (Sarah Vaughan) -- Misterioso (Thelonious Monk Quartet) -- Evidence (Thelonius Monk Quartet) -- Criss-cross (Thelonious Monk Quintet) -- Bag's groove (Thelonius Monk) -- I should care (Thelonious Monk) -- Moon rays (Horace Silver Quintet) -- Summertime (Miles Davis with Gil Evan's Orchestra) -- Haitian fight song (Charles Mingus Quintet) -- Django (Modern Jazz Quartet) -- Pent-up house (Solly Rollins Plus Four). Blue 7 (Sonny Rollins Quartet) -- West Coast blues (Wes Montgomery Quartet) -- So what (Miles Davis Sextet) -- Blue in green (Bill Evans Trio) -- Enter evening (Cecil Taylor Unit) -- Alabama (John Coltrane Quartet) -- Lonely woman (Ornette Coleman Quartet) -- Congeniality (Ornette Cole man Quartet) -- Free jazz (Ornette Coleman Double Quartet) -- Steppin' (World Saxophone Quartet).
CD 3176