Swing Time

Dancing Through The 1920s & 1930s

Dancing Through The 1920s & 1930s (1924-1937) CD 2216 [Swing Time CD] Features the music of George Olsen, Bernie Cummins, the B.F. Goodrich Orchestra, the Rhythm Kings, Billy Hayes, Earl Hines, the Crystal Springs Ramblers, Hal Kemp, Sam Lanin, Ben Bernie, Mart Britt, Fred Rich, Bert Firman, the Broadway Broadcasters, Paul Whiteman, Winegar's Penn Boys, the High Steppers, the Ambassadors, Snooks Friedman, Red McKenzie, the Chicago Rhythm Kings, Slats Randall, Troy Floyd and Milton Brown. Digitally restored to compact disc by Bill Hebden. Liner notes by Richard Jenkins. Order No. 51867

1. Who (George Olsen) [Nov 6, 1926]
2. If All The Stars Were Pretty Babies (B.F. Goodrich Orchestra) [Feb 11, 1927]
3. Sentimental Gentleman From Georgia (Rhythm Kings) [Oct 5, 1932]
4. Fort Worth Stomp (Crystal Springs Ramblers) [Jun 19, 1937]
5. Pretty Face (Billy Hayes) [Jan 28, 1929]
6. Don't Keep Me In The Dark Bright Eyes (Sam Lanin) [Jun 11, 1928]
7. Those Wedding Bells (Hal Kemp) [Feb 21, 1929]
8. Minnie The Mermaid (Bernie Cummins) [Mar 10, 1930]
9. Telling It To The Daisies (Ben Bernie) [Apr 1934]
10. Goose Creek (Mart Britt) [Sep 14, 1928]
11. She's Got It (Fred Rich) [May 20, 1927]
12. Hangin' Around (Bert Firman) [May 26, 1927]
13. Do Something (Broadway Broadcasters) [May 10, 1929]
14. Happy Feet (Paul Whiteman) [Feb 10, 1930]
15. You're Simply Delish (High Steppers) [Apr 1931]
16. Chicago Rhythm (Earl Hines) [Feb 22, 1929]
17. Ida! Sweet As Apple Cider (Winegar's Penn Boys) [May 4, 1928]
18. Oh! How I Love My Darling (Ambassadors) [Nov 1924]
19. Hello Beautiful (Snooks Friedman) [Jan 27, 1931]
20. Nervous Puppies (Red McKenzie) [Mar 7, 1927]
21. Shanghai Honeymoon (Chicago Rhythm Kings) [Apr 3, 1936]
22. Skirts (Slats Randall) [Mar 1930]
23. Dreamland Blues (Troy Floyd) [Jun 21, 1929]
24. A Thousand Goodnights (Milton Brown) [Mar 3, 1936]


With George Olsen and His Music * George Olsen (drums, leader) * Floyd Rice (trumpet) * Bob Borger (trumpet) * Jack Fulton (trombone, vocals) * Fran Frey (saxophone, vocals) * Milton Neul (clarinet, saxophone) * Eddie Kilfeather (piano, arranger) * Bob Rice (banjo, guitar, vocals) * Jack Hansen (brass bass) * B.F. Goodrich Silvertown Cord Orchestra * Joseph M. Knecht (director) * Ted Frank (clarinet, saxophone) * Clyde Doerr (saxophone) * The Silver-Masked Tenor (vocals) * Rhythm Kings * Benson Carter (vocals) * Crystal Springs Ramblers * Link Davis (vocals) * Billy Hays' Cathay Orchestra * Sam Lanin's Famous Players and Singers * Phil Napoleon (trumpet) * Harold Peppie (trumpet) * Tommy Dorsey (trumpet, trombone) * _____ Warner (piano) * Smith Ballew (guitar) * Jimmy Mullen (brass bass, string bass) * Carolina Collegians * Hal Kemp (clarinet, saxophone, leader) * Bob Mayhew (trumpet) * Mickey Bloom (trumpet) * Gus Mayhew (trombone) * Joe Gillespie (clarinet, saxophone) * Ben Williams (clarinet, saxophone) * Saxie Dowell (clarinet, saxophone) * Bromo Sulser (violin) * John Scott Trotter (piano, arranger) * Olly Humphries (banjo) * Paul Weston (brass bass) * Skinnay Ennis (drums) * Bernie Cummins and His Hotel New Yorker Orchestra * Bernie Cummins (drums, vocals, leader) * Paul Roberts (trumpet) * Ernie Mathias (trumpet) * Wally Smith (clarinet, saxophone) * Karl Radlach (piano) * Walter Cummins (banjo, guitar) * Bill Diehl (brass bass, string bass) * Ben Bernie and His Orchestra * Billy Hillpot (vocals) * Mart Britt and His Orchestra * Mart Britt (banjo, leader) * Irwin Kunz or Tony Almerico (cornet) * Blue Steele (trombone) * Sidney Arodin or Slim Lamar (clarinet) * Terry Shand (piano) * Fred Rich and His Hotel Astor Orchestra * Fred Rich (piano, leader) * Hymie Farberman (trumpet) * Leo McConville, Mike Mosiello or Red Nichols (trumpet) * Ray Stilwell (trombone) * Ted Klein (clarinet, saxophone) * Goof Moyer ( (clarinet, saxophone, mellophone) * Rudy Adler (saxophone) * Jimmy Johnston (bass saxophone) * Phil Oliwitz (violin) * Jack Hansen (brass bass) * Ray Bauduc (drums) * Irving Kaufman (vocals) * Bert Firman and His Orchestra * Bert Firman (violin, leader) * Max Goldberg (trumpet) * Frank Guarente (trumpet) * Ted Heath (trombone) * Herb Finney (clarinet, saxophone) * Arthur Lally (clarinet, saxophone) * Bill Barton (saxophone) * Cecil Norman (piano) * Joe Brannelly (banjo, guitar) * Billy Bell (brass bass) * Harry Robbins (drums, xylophone, vibraphone) * Broadway Broadcasters * Sam Lanin (director) * Scrappy Lambert (vocals) * Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra * Andy Secrest (cornet) * Charlie Margulis (trumpet) * Harry Goldfield (trumpet) * Boyce Cullen (trombone) * Bill Rank (trombone) * Wilbur Hall ( trombone) * Jack Fulton (trombone) * Bernie Daly (clarinet, saxophone) * Frank Trumbauer (clarinet, saxophone) * Chester Hazlett (clarinet, saxophone) * Charles Strickfaden (clarinet, saxophone) * Izzy Friedman (clarinet, saxophone) * Red Mayer (clarinet, saxophone) * Joe Venuti (violin) * Kurt Dieterle (violin) * Mischa Russell (violin) * Matty Malneck (violin) * Otto Landau (violin) * Roy Bargy (piano) * Lennie Hayton (celeste, arranger) * Mike Pingitore (banjo) * Eddie Lang (guitar) * Min Leibrook (brass bass) * Mike Trafficante (string bass) * George Marsh (drums) * Bing Crosby (vocals) * Al Rinker (vocals) * Harry Barris (vocals) * The Rhythm Boys (vocals) * High Steppers * Earl Hines and His Orchestra * Earl Hines (piano, leader) * Shirley Clay or Bob Schoffner (cornet) * Toby Turner (clarinet, saxophone) * Lester Boone or Cecil Irwin (clarinet, saxophone) * Winegar's Penn Boys * Frank Winegar (banjo, guitar, ukulele, leader) * Norman Moran (trumpet) * Herman Drewes (trumpet) * Bill Drewes (trombone) * Frank Sollecito (saxophone) * Jack Linden (clarinet, saxophone) * Larry Hart (clarinet, saxophone) * Elliott Russell (violin) * Bill Haid (piano, arranger) * Billy Wolfe (brass bass) * Don Nyer (drums) * The Ambassadors * Miff Mole (trombone) * Gus Sharp (clarinet) * Jack Pettis (saxophone) * Frank Signorelli (piano) * Joe Tarto (brass bass) * Snooks and His Memphis Stompers * Snooks Friedman (drums, leader) * James Migliore (trumpet) * Estes Monasco (trumpet) * Ken Herlin (trombone, vocals) * Walter Ashby ( (clarinet, saxophone, vocals) * Elly Bellare (clarinet, saxophone, vocals) * Al Muller (saxophone) * Rupe Biggadike (piano) * Bob Cooke (banjo, guitar) * Chuck Jordan (brass bass, string bass) * Red McKenzie's Candy Kids * Mound City Blue Blowers * Red McKenzie (hot comb) * Dick Slevin (kazoo) * Jack Bland (banjo) * Joe Humby (guitar) * Chicago Rhythm Kings * Roy Palmer (trombone) * Arnett Nelson (clarinet) * John Lindsay (string bass) * Jimmy Bertrand (drums) * Slatz Randall and His Orchestra * Slatz Randall (piano, leader) * Joe Roberts (banjo, vocals) * Troy Floyd and His Shadowland Orchestra * Troy Floyd (clarinet, saxophone, leader) * Don Albert (trumpet) * Willie Long (trumpet) * Benny Long (trombone) * Siki Collins (clarinet, saxophone) * Herschel Evans (clarinet, saxophone) * Allen Vann (piano) * John H. Braggs (banjo) * Charlie Dixon (brass bass, trombone) * John Humphries (drums) * Milton Brown and His Brownies * Milton Brown (vocals, leader) * Cecil Brower (fiddle) * Derwood Brown (guitar) * Cliff Bruner (fiddle) * Papa Calhoun (piano) * Wanna Coffman (string bass) * Bob Dunn (steel guitar) * Ocie Stockard (tenor banjo).

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