Swing Time

Original Dance Music

Original Dance Music of the 1920s & 1930s, Volume 1 (1925-1931) CD 9906 [Swing Time CD] Features the music of Ted Weems, Jan Garber, Bert Lown, Ben Selvin, Blue Steele, Gene Kardos and many others. Digitally restored to compact disc by Bill Hebden. Order No. 26766

1. Remarkable Girl (Ted Weems) [Sep 13, 1929]
2. I Wanna Be Loved By You (Broadway Nitelites) [Oct 16, 1928]
3. Don't Wake Me Up Let Me Dream (Howard Lanin) [Sep 29, 1925]
4. What Do I Care What Somebody Said (Jan Garber) [May 16, 1927]
5. Miss Anabelle Lee (Mike Speciale) [Jul 26, 1927]
6. Happy Days Are Here Again (Ben Selvin) [Feb 3, 1930]
7. There's Too Many Eyes (Ted Weems) [Sep 13, 1929]
8. You're The One I Care For (Bert Lown) [Nov 19, 1930]
9. I Found A Million Dollar Baby (Frank Auburn) [May 28, 1931]
10. On A Night Like This (Howard Lanin) [Feb 13, 1929]
11. Shine (Jesse Stafford) [Jul 1928]
12. Broadway Melody (Ben Selvin) [Feb 13, 1929]
13. Who's Your Little Who Zis (Ben Selvin) [Dec 29, 1931]
14. Me And The Man In The Moon (Ambassadors) [Dec 13, 1928]
15. You're The Cream In My Coffee (Ambassadors) [Dec 13, 1928]
16. 'Leven Thirty Saturday Night (Ambrose) [May 22, 1930]
17. Who's Sorry Now (Green Brothers) [Jun 1928]
18. Girl Of My Dreams (Blue Steele) [Aug 26, 1927]
19. When Eyes Of Blue Are Foolin' You (Howard Lanin) [Jun 26, 1925]
20. What A Day (Ted Weems) [Jun 25, 1929]
21. Somebody Loves Me (Henry Lange) [Jul 19, 1929]
22. She's Got It (Ted Weems) [Jul 28, 1927]
23. Rainy Weather Rose (Adrian Schubert) [Jan 28, 1930]
24. Red Headed Baby (Gene Kardos) [Aug 27, 1931]


With Ted Weems and His Orchestra * Ted Weems (trombone, leader) * Country Washburn (brass bass, vocals) * Art Jarrett (vocals) * Ben Selvin * Frank Auburn and His Orchestra * Broadway Nitelites * Fuzzy Farrar (trumpet) * Manny Klein (trumpet) * Bob Effros (trumpet) * Jack Teagarden (trombone) * Tommy Dorsey (trombone) * Benny Goodman (clarinet, saxophone) * Louis Martin (clarinet, saxophone) * Joe Dubin (saxophone) * Hyme Wolfson (saxophone) * Joe Venuti (violin) * Irving Brodsky (piano) * Rube Bloom (piano) * Carl Kress (banjo) * Eddie Lang (guitar) * Hank Stern or Norman McPherson (brass bass, string bass) * Ward Lay (string bass) * Stan King (drums) * Vaughn de Leath (vocals) * Howard Lanin and His Benjamin Franklin Hotel Orchestra * Sam Lanin (director) * Red Nichols (trumpet) * Tex Brewster (trumpet) * Johnny O'Donnell (clarinet, saxophone) * _____ Tranchitelli (clarinet, saxophone) * Joe Lanin or Willie Lanin (piano) * Russell Deppe (banjo) * Chauncy Morehouse (drums) * Jan Garber and His Orchestra * Jan Garber (violin, leader) * Harry Goldfield (trumpet) * Harold Peppie (trumpet) * Johnny Cook (trombone) * Bill Grady (clarinet, saxophone) * Russ Hoffman (clarinet, saxophone) * Joe Bratton (saxophone) * Horace Rudiselli (piano) * George Hoge (banjo) * Joe Rhodes (brass bass) * Steve Brodie (drums) * Mike Speciale and His Orchestra * Mike Speciale (violin, leader) * Billy Carola (banjo, guitar, vocals) * Bert Lown and Hotel Biltmore Orchestra * Bert Lown (violin, leader) * Frank Cush (trumpet) * Eddie Farley (trumpet) * Al Philburn (trombone) * Elmer Feldkamp (clarinet, saxophone, vocals) * Larry Tice (clarinet, saxophone) * Paul Mason (clarinet, saxophone) * Adrian Rollini (bass saxophone, vibraphone) * Mac Ceppos (violin) * Chauncey Gray (piano) * Tommy Felline (banjo) * Merrill Kline (brass bass, string bass) * Stan King (drums) * Jesse Stafford and His Orchestra * Jesse Stafford (trombone, leader) * Gene Secrest (clarinet, saxophone) * Guy Wiedoeft (brass bass) * Adolph Wiedoeft (drums) * The Ambassadors * Frank Sylvano (vocals) * Ambrose and His Orchestra * Sam Brown (vocals) * Green Brothers Novelty Orchestra * Blue Steele and His Orchestra * Blue Steele (trombone, mellophone, leader) * Frank Martinez (trumpet) * Frank Krisher (trumpet) * Sonny Clapp (trombone) * Kenny Sargent (clarinet, saxophone, vocals) * Roger Sanford (saxophone) * Pete Schmidt (saxophone) * Sol Lewis (piano) * Ted Delmarter (banjo, guitar) * Marvin Longfellow (brass bass, arranger) * Tom Summers (drums) * Henry Lange and His Orchestra * Henry Lange (piano, leader) * Adrian Schubert and His Orchestra * Miff Mole (trombone) * Tony Parenti (clarinet, saxophone) * Russ Carlson (piano) * Charlie Magnante (accordion) * Irving Kaufman (vocals) * Gene Kardos and His Orchestra * Gene Kardos (saxophone, leader) * Sammy Castin (trumpet) * Willie Mayer (trumpet) * Milt Shaw (trombone) * Joe Sagora (clarinet, saxophone) * Morris Cohen or Nat Brown (clarinet, saxophone) * Joel Shaw (piano) * Sol Sussman (banjo, guitar) * Danny Bono or Ben Goldberg (brass bass) * Saul Howard (drums) * Dick Robertson (vocals).

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