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2022 IHTSB January 23 Albert Nicholas, Sidney Bechet, Eddie Condon...

Our show today celebrates small jazz group recordings for the independent jazz labels over a three year period, 1943-46. Chief among these labels was Commodore, from which most of our recordings are drawn. Another label, Keynote, also provided a home for the very talented jazz artists during this period, as did Blue Note. Common to all these studio sessions was the immense talent and energy of these brilliant jazz artists and their interpretations of the great jazz standards. Tow great clarinetists, Albert Nicholas and Sidney Bechet team up on their 1946 recording of “Weary Way Blues”. Among our trumpeters today, listen for stalwarts like Max Kaminsky, Wild bill Davison and Charlie Shavers and we include some fine piano work from Johnny Guarnieri, Art Hodes and Teddy Wilson. And of course the brilliant drumming around in these sessions from artists like George Wettling, Jo Jones and Cozy Cole!!



Artist | Year | Song | Time
1. Bobby Hackett And His Orchestra1944At Sundown3:56
2. Albert Nicholas Blue Five1946Weary Way Blues3:11
3. Eddie Condon & His Band1943Back In Your Own Back Yard2:53
4. Eddie Heywood 1944Just You, Just Me3:10
5. Jack Teagarden And His Swingin' Gates1944Chinatown My Chinatown2:52
6. Teddy Wilson1945I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me4:35
7. Charlie Shavers Quintet 1944Mountain Air4:58
8. Joe Bushkin Sextet1944Oh, Lady Be Good3:29
9. Red Norvo And His Orchestra1945One, Two Three Jump4:17
10. Wild Bill Davison 1945Jazz Me Blues3:22
11. Rex Stewart's Big Eight1944The Little Goose3:47
12. DeParis Brothers Orchestra1944I Found A New Baby2:53


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Our show today celebrates small jazz group recordings for the independent jazz labels over a three year period, 1943-46. Chief among these labels was Commodore, from which most of our recordings are drawn. Another label, Keynote, also provided a home for the very talented jazz artists during this period, as did Blue Note. Common to all these studio sessions was the immense talent and energy of these brilliant jazz artists and their interpretations of the great jazz standards. Tow great clarinetists, Albert Nicholas and Sidney Bechet team up on their 1946 recording of “Weary Way Blues”. Among our trumpeters today, listen for stalwarts like Max Kaminsky, Wild bill Davison and Charlie Shavers and we include some fine piano work from Johnny Guarnieri, Art Hodes and Teddy Wilson. And of course the brilliant drumming around in these sessions from artists like George Wettling, Jo Jones and Cozy Cole!!



Artist | Year | Song | Time
1. Bobby Hackett And His Orchestra1944At Sundown3:56
2. Albert Nicholas Blue Five1946Weary Way Blues3:11
3. Eddie Condon & His Band1943Back In Your Own Back Yard2:53
4. Eddie Heywood 1944Just You, Just Me3:10
5. Jack Teagarden And His Swingin' Gates1944Chinatown My Chinatown2:52
6. Teddy Wilson1945I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me4:35
7. Charlie Shavers Quintet 1944Mountain Air4:58
8. Joe Bushkin Sextet1944Oh, Lady Be Good3:29
9. Red Norvo And His Orchestra1945One, Two Three Jump4:17
10. Wild Bill Davison 1945Jazz Me Blues3:22
11. Rex Stewart's Big Eight1944The Little Goose3:47
12. DeParis Brothers Orchestra1944I Found A New Baby2:53


Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.