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Count Basie and the Mills Brothers
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January 06, 2008 02:39 AM PST
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Dear Jazz Vinyl Lovers, First of all, a happy, funny and healthy 2008 to all of you! A new year means also a new jazz vinyl podshow, finally ... Meanwhile, I have also worked at a new jazz blog where you can find more information on the podshows that are released via podomatic. Therefore you might wanna visit Jazzarific the online jazz music resource. Besides that, Jazzarific is the place to stay ahead of what's happening in the jazz arena. All recent jazz news can be read on Jazzarific. If you want to listen to jazz online, you can of course listen to the jazz vinyl podshows or just visit Jazzarific and start the jazz player and enjoy a mix of various jazz styles: latin jazz, vocal jazz, rare old jazz, etc... Enjoy! In case you would have any request, just let me know via fresh@jazzarific.org. *** Jazzarific Jazz Vinyl Album *** Count Basie and the Mills Brothers Arranged and conducted by Dick Hyman printed in 1968 - ACB records *** Jazzarific Jazz Vinyl Album *** Tracklist: SIDE ONE - Lazy river - I may be wrong - Release me - I want to be happy - Down down down - The whiffenpoof song SIDE TWO - I dig rock and roll music - Tiny bubbles - December - Let me dream - April in paris Contact Jazzarific Jazz at fresh[at]jazzarific.org Jazzarific online jazz resource Yours truly, Fresh Sounds
Duke Ellington Memorial vinyl - vol 2
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September 09, 2007 04:26 AM PDT
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Dear Jazz Vinyl Lovers,

I would like to start with apologizing that I not always take enough time to get back to all your nice comments & questions. Sorry for that. That is something that I will put more attention to ! That's a promise !

OK - Finally had a change to release a new jazz vinyl. My goal is to at least post one jazz vinyl jewel per month. Meanwhile the number of listeners is boosting enormously. I will need to invest in more bandwidth shortly :-0

Please find hereby vol 2 of the Duke Ellington Memorial double LP. Vol 1 was released on this podcast earlier this year...

:::: Duke Ellington Memorial ::: - released by CBS in 1974

Tracklist:

SIDE C:
1. Perdido (September 9, 1956)
2. Prelude to a kiss (September 9, 1957)
3. C jam blues (December 2, 1959)
4. In a mellow tone (December 3, 1959)

SIDE D:
1. Satin doll (April 1, 1958)
2. Sophisticated lady (July 7, 1956)
3. Things ain't what they used to be (September 9, 1959)
4. I got it bad and that ain't good (July 7, 1956)
5. Take the "A" train (July 7, 1956)

Enjoy listening !

Yours truly,

Fresh Sounds

Early jazz piano solos from Fats Waller
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July 13, 2007 12:56 AM PDT
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Dear Jazz Vinyl Lovers, Finally I've managed to find another piece of . At last...! ::: Rediscovered Early Solos from Fats Waller ::: 1923 - 1927Thomas Waller, the son of a Harlem minister. Young Waller was barely beginning to make a name for himself in Harlem theaters, at small clubs and at the fabulous rent parties of that era. But all the qualities that were to make him one of the major figures of jazz are already in evidence - the vibrant power, the exuberance, the intricate imagination, the sudden dazzling runs. Fats was never to become much better than this; he was just to become very much more appreciated. One of the most rewarding of these piano-roll discoveries, this collection actually serves to emphasize an aspect of Fats' genius that has been somewhat obscured by his subsequent fame as a singing showman: his remarkable skill as a jazz artist. Enjoy winking Tracklist: - Squeeze me - You can't do what my last man did - Laughin' cryin blues - Don't try to make my man away - Got to cool my doggies now - Nobody but my baby - A new kind of man with a new kind of love for me - Tain't nobody's biz-ness if I do - 18th street strut - Your time now - Papa better watch your step - Snake hips Yours truly, Fresh Sounds
Andy Kirk and his Clouds of Joy - Jazz Vinyl
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May 28, 2007 08:44 AM PDT
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Tracklist:

- Jump, jack jump
- Dunkin a doughnut
- Clove to five
- S'posin
- Fine and mellow
- The count
- Twelfth street rag
- Big time crip
- 47th street jive
- Hey lawdy mama

Visit the jazz vinyl blog & podcast at http://jazzarific.org !

Yours truly,

Fresh sounds winking

Sidney Bechet - Le Disque d'Or Vinyl
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March 13, 2007 12:24 PM PDT
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Dear Jazz Vinyl Lover,

I am proud to let you know that the Jazz Vinyl Podcast has passed over 85.000 subscribers! Again, thank's for listening & commenting on the podshows! I hope from my jazz heart, that I can share more jazz vinyl jewels with you... also I have to admit that sometimes it's quite difficult to find new pieces. I'll keep on searching for you!

Enough talking/writing...let's celebrate the high subscriber rate with another jazz vinyl jewel from.... Sidney Bechet. I've found this album from him a while ago: " Le disqe d'Or de Sidney Bechet". A nice compilation piece of vinyl.

Combined on this record are the biggest successes of the time when Sidney was in France, that is to say, the time when this extraordinary artist was an exceptional improviser and a wonderful composer.

On this record, the memory of Sidney Bechet still lives on as the orchestra of Claude Luter and Andre Reweliotty play his biggest successes, for it was with Claude Luter and Andre that Sidney played for the last ten years of his live.

::: Sidney Bechet - Le Disque d'Or :::

Tracklist:

- Petite fleur
- Promenade aux Champs Elysées
- Passport to paradise
- As-tu le cafard?
- Marchand de poissons
- Si tu vois ma mère
- Les oignons
- Premier bal
- Dans les rues d'antibes
- Temperamental
- Roses de picardie
- Summertime

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jazzvinyl@podomatic.com

Enjoy winking

Yours truly,

Fresh Sounds

Harry James - Greatest hits vol 2 - Vinyl
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February 25, 2007 10:44 AM PST

Dear Jazz Vinyl Lover,

First of all, I really would like to thank all my fans & friends for the nice comments on the podshow. I really appreciate this very much!

I am happy to introduce you a new jazz vinyl jewel from Harry James. Harry James is one of the post popular bandleaders of the wartime era and is best remembered today for his colorful trumpet playing. During his time with Benny Goodman, Harry James became very popular with the jazz crowd for his colorful, ear-shattering, trumpet playing which you will definately hear on this jazz vinyl! So Enjoy winking !

::: Harry James - Greatest hits vol 2 Vinyl :::

Tracklist:

- Trumet blues
- Semptember in the rain
- Autumn leaves
- Flash
- You go to my head
- Crazy rhythm
- 9:20 special
- Memphis blues
- September song
- Embraceable you
- Deep purple
- Strictly instrumental

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Yours truly,

Fresh sounds winking

Basie's Best - Count Basie and His Orchestra Jazz Vinyl
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February 03, 2007 08:20 AM PST

Dear Jazz Vinyl Lover,

It took me some time to find another Jazz Vinyl Jewel.. but finally I can share another one with you winking

I recently found a record from Count Basie, titled "Basie's Best - Count Basie and His Orchestra"

As you all know, Count Basie has directed one of the finest jazz dance bands in history. His music is so powerfull that it has survived through the years when the "Big Bands" were dropping by the wayside.

This collection contains some of the Count's priceless recordings for listening - and they are also very danceable. For added value there are some classic blues solos by Mr. Blues himself, Jimmy Rushing.

So enjoy the cream of The Count in the Forties - and there ain't nothing any creamier!

:: Basie's Best - Count Basie and His Orchestra ::

Tracklist:

- One o'clock jump
- Red bank boogie
- It's sand man !
- Jimmy's Blues (vocals: Jimmy Rushing)
- The mad boogie
- Avenue c
- The king
- Taps miller
- Rusty dusty blues (vocals: Jimmy Rushing)
- Rambo

Enjoy winking

Yours truly,

Fresh Sounds

New Orleans Jazz - Claude Luter
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January 09, 2007 12:55 PM PST
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Tracklist:

- Royal garden blues
- Weather bird rag
- September blues
- Chattanooga stomp
- Lazy blues
- Oh didn't he ramble
- High society
- Riverside blues
- That's my home
- Coal black shine
- In a georgia cabin
- Wild cat blues

Bing Crosby meets Louis Armstrong
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December 26, 2006 10:29 AM PST
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Dear Jazz Vinyl Lover,

First of all I would like to wish you all a

*** Very Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year ***

Thank you for all your comments and support on the podcast. I really look forward to share more Jazz Vinyl Jewels with you also in 2007!!

For the New Year, I wish you all lots of love, happiness & a good health!

Let me make you happy with a new vinyl jewel from Bing Crosby & Louis Armstrong. Two of the greatest all-time performers in the history of popular music are coupled on this exciting and entertaining album. The Groaner & Satchmo team up for a great bash that has been arranged for and constructed by the talented Billy May.

That album really makes me happy winking How about you?

:: Bing Crosby meets Louis Armstrong ::

Tracklist:

- Muskusrat rumble
- Sugar
- Preacher
- Dardanella
- Let's sing like a dixieland band
- Way down yonder in New Orleans
- Brother bill
- Little Ol'tune
- At the jazzband hall
- Rocky mountain moon

Visit the Jazz Vinyl Blog at: http://jazzarific.org

Merry Christmas & a Happy 2007 !!!

Yours truly,

Fresh Sounds

Oscar Peterson - Erroll Garner & Art Tatum - The greatest jazz pianists!
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December 02, 2006 10:55 AM PST
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Dear Jazz Vinyl Lover,

Indeed, 2 jazz vinyl jewels released on the same day! Here's nr 2 for you especially selected:

:: Oscar Peterson, Erroll Garner & Art Tatum - The greatest jazz pianists vinyl album ::

Tracklist:

- Erroll Garner / I can't escape from you
- Oscar Peterson / I surrender dear
- Art Tatum / Smoke gets in your eyes
- Erroll Garner / Erroll's blues
- Oscar Peterson / Flying home
- Erroll Garner / Stairway to the stairs
- Art Tatum / Cherokee
- Oscar Peterson / Back home again in Indiana
- Erroll Garner / Erroll's bounce
- Art Tatum / Out of nowhere

Visit the Jazz Vinyl blog at: http://jazzvinyl.blogspot.com
jazzvinyl@podomatic.com

I'm looking forward to hear from you! Let me know if you like the vinyl albums. Any requests?

Yours truly,

Fresh sounds

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