During the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, the studios of several independent jazz labels in New York were home to many of the fine musicians around at the time. They produced hundreds of recordings, all performed by small jazz groups and created an immense treasury of their art that we continue to enjoy -- as we often do on IHTSB. Today's show is another episode celebrating their work in these sessions. We'll hear some familiar names and some favourite songs, all combining to produce a wonderful listening experience! ArtistYearSongTime 1. Adrian Rollini1938Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen3:132. Eddie Condon & His Band1940Dancing Fool2:463. Chet Baker1956That Old Feeling3:024. Albert Nicholas Blue Five1946Bechet's Fantasy3:495. George Wettling 1944Heebie Jeebies2:596. Bob Crosby's Bobcats1940Jazz Me Blues3:027. JC Heard Quintet1945What's The Use3:118. Wild Bill Davison 1946Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams3:019. Roy Eldridge1953When It's Sleepy Time Down South3:0310. Eddie Condon & His Windy City Seven1938Love Is Just Around The Corner3:0411. Benny Goodman1936Sweet Sue - Just You3:1812. Charlie Shavers' All American Five1944My Man 3:2213. Buck Clayton1957I Hadn't Anyone Till You3:0414. Jonah Jones1957Too Close For Comfort2:43
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