Swing Time

Original Dance Music, Vol. 2

Original Dance Music of the 1920s & 1930s, Volume 2 (1925-1939) CD 2014 [Swing Time CD] Features the music of McKinney's Cotton Pickers, Jean Goldkette, Charles Dornberger, Hal Kemp, Snooks Friedman, Nat Shilkret, Roger Wolfe Kahn, Bert Firman, George Lee, Ray Miller, the Halfway House Orchestra, Jan Garber, Fred Rich, Mike Speciale, Phil Spitalny, Dick Robertson, Ben Selvin and Victor Young. Digitally restored to compact disc by Bill Hebden. Order No. 49547

1. Red Lips, Kiss My Blues Away (Charles Dornberger) [Apr 27, 1927]
2. My Pretty Girl (Jean Goldkette) [Feb 1, 1927]
3. Washington and Lee Swing (Snooks Friedman) [Sep 6, 1928]
4. Smile Darn Ya Smile (Snooks Friedman) [Mar 25, 1931]
5. Let A Little Pleasure Interfere With Business (Snooks Friedman) [May 21, 1931]
6. How I'll Miss You When The Summer Is Gone (Hal Kemp) [Nov 6, 1929]
7. That's My Weakness Now (Nat Shilkret) [Jun 7, 1928]
8. Where The Wild Wild Flowers Grow (Roger Wolfe Kahn) [May 12, 1927]
9. I Ain't Got Nobody (Bert Firman) [Feb 23, 1928]
10. Sentimental Baby (Bert Firman) [Jan 9, 1929]
11. Kansas City Kitty (Bert Firman) [Sep 4, 1929]
12. Won't You Come Over To My House (George Lee) [Nov 7, 1929]
13. Who Wouldn't Be Jealous Of You (Ray Miller) [Dec 3, 1928]
14. Let Me Call You Sweetheart (Halfway House Orchestra) [Sep 25, 1925]
15. There Ain't No Maybe In My Baby's Eyes (Jan Garber) [Nov 8, 1926]
16. She's The Sweetheart Of Six Other Guys (Halfway House Orchestra) [Sep 25, 1925]
17. I'm Tickled Pink With A Blue Eyed Baby (Fred Rich) [Nov 19, 1930]
18. Caressing You (Mike Speciale) [Jan 3, 1929]
19. It's The Same Old Moon (Phil Spitalny) [Jul 19, 1929]
20. That Old Gang Of Mine (Dick Robertson) [Oct 21, 1937]
21. If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight (McKinney's Cotton Pickers) [Jan 31, 1930]
22. Honey (Ben Selvin) [Apr 9, 1929]
23. I Found A Million Dollar Baby (Victor Young) [May 25, 1931]
24. Back In Your Own Back Yard (Jan Garber) [Feb 17, 1928]
25. I Only Want A Buddy Not A Sweetheart (Dick Robertson) [Sep 19, 1939]


With Charles Dornberger and His Orchestra * Charles Dornberger (clarinet, saxophone, leader) * Max Connett (trumpet) * George Hall (trumpet) * Ponzi Cranz (trombone) * C.C. Borland (clarinet, saxophone, arranger) * George Gammon (clarinet, saxophone) * Russ Carlson (piano) * Perry Dring (banjo) * Bob Hill (brass bass) * Carl Skinner (drums) * Franklyn Baur (vocals) * Jean Goldkette and His Orchestra * Bix Beiderbecke (cornet) * Fuzzy Farrar (trumpet) * Ray Lodwig (trumpet) * Bill Rank (trombone) * Spiegle Willcox (trombone) * Danny Polo (clarinet, saxophone) * Doc Ryker (saxophone) * Frank Trumbauer (saxophone) * Joe Venuti (violin) * Itzy Riskin (piano) * Howdy Quicksell (banjo) * Steve Brown (string bass) * Chauncey Morehouse (drums) * Bill Challis (arranger) * Snooks and His Memphis Ramblers * Memphis Stompers * Snooks Friedman (drums, leader) * James Migliore (cornet) * Estes Monasco (cornet) * Ken Herlin (trombone, vocals) * Elly Bellare (clarinet, saxophone, vocals) * Walter Ashby (clarinet, saxophone, vocals) * Al Muller (clarinet, saxophone) * Rupe Biggadike (piano) * Chuck Jordan (string bass) * Bob Cooke (banjo) * Hal Kemp and His Orchestra * Carolina Club Orchestra * Hal Kemp (clarinet, saxophone, leader) * Jack Purvis (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) * Pinky Krintzle (banjo, guitar) * Paul Weston (brass bass) * Skinnay Ennis (drums) * Nat Shilkret and the Victor Orchestra * Del Staigers (trumpet) * Mike Mosiello (trumpet) * Chuck Campbell (trombone) * Andy Sannella (clarinet, saxophone) * Sammy Feinsmith (clarinet, saxophone) * Maurice Pierce (clarinet, saxophone) * Lou Raderman (violin) * Murray Kellner (violin) * Abe Borodkin (cello) * Jack Shilkret (piano) * Milt Rettenberg (piano) * John Cali (banjo) * Jack Pierce (brass bass) * Al Armer (string bass) * Joe Green (drums) * Frank Marvin (ukulele, vocals) * Roger Wolfe Kahn and His Orchestra * Tommy Gott (trumpet) * Leo McConville (trumpet) * Arnold Brilhart (clarinet, saxophone) * Alfie Evans (clarinet, saxophone) * Harold Sturr (clarinet, saxophone) * Joe Venuti (violin) * Joe Raymond (violin) * Irving Brodsky (piano, arranger) * Nat Shilkret (celeste) * Tony Colucci (banjo) * Eddie Lang (guitar) * Arthur Campbell (brass bass) * Vic Berton (drums) * Bert Firman and His Orchestra * Bert Firman (violin, leader) * Sylvester Ahola (trumpet) * George Ratcliffe (trumpet) * Ben Oakley (trombone) * Perley Breed (clarinet, saxophone) * Arthur Lally (clarinet, saxophone) * Johnny Helfer (saxophone) * Cecil Norman (piano) * Joe Brannelly (banjo, guitar) * Billy Bell (brass bass) * Harry Robbins (drums) * Maurice Elwin (vocals) * George E. Lee's Novelty Singing Orchestra * Harold Knox (trumpet) * Jimmy Jones (trombone) * Clarence Taylor (saxophone) * Bud Johnson (saxophone) * Jesse Stone (piano) * Charles Russo (banjo, guitar) * Pete Woods (drums) * Julia Lee (vocals) * Ray Miller and His Orchestra * Muggsy Spanier (cornet) * Max Connett (trumpet) * Lloyd Wallen (trumpet) * Jules Fasthoff (trombone) * Jim Cannon (clarinet, saxophone) * Maurice Morse (saxophone) * Lyle Smith (saxophone) * Paul Lyman (violin) * Art Gronwall (piano, arranger) * Al Carsella (accordion) * Leon Kaplan (banjo, guitar) * Jules Cassard (brass bass, string bass) * Bill Paley (drums) * Bob Nolan (vocals) * Halfway House Orchestra * Albert Brunies (cornet) * Charlie Cordella (clarinet, saxophone) * Bill Whitmore (piano) * Bill Eastwood (banjo) * Leo Adde (drums) * Jan Garber and His Orchestra * Jan Garber (violin, leader) * Harry Goldfield (trumpet, vocals) * Harold Peppie (trumpet) * Paul Weirick or Keith Wilderson (trumpet) * Johnny Cook (trombone) * Bill Grady (clarinet, saxophone) * Buddy Rice (clarinet, saxophone) * Bruce Thomas (saxophone) * Joe Bratton (saxophone) * Horace Rudiselli (piano) * George Hoge (banjo) * Joe Rhodes (brass bass, string bass) * Steve Brodie (drums) * George Beebe (drums) * Irving Kaufman (vocals) * Sonny Faircloth (vocals) * Fred Rich and His Orchestra * Fred Rich (piano, director) * Mike Speciale and His Orchestra * Mike Speciale (violin, leader) * Scrappy Lambert (vocals) * Phil Spitalny and His Music * Phil Spitalny (violin, leader) * Paull Sisters (vocals) * Dick Robertson and His Orchestra * Dick Robertson (vocals, leader) * Bobby Hackett (cornet) * Johnny Carlson (trumpet) * Ralph Muzillo (trumpet) * Buddy Morrow (trombone) * Al Philburn (trombone) * Don Watt (clarinet) * Tony Zimmers (clarinet, saxophone) * Frank Froeba (piano) * Dave Barbour (guitar) * Frank Victor (guitar) * Haig Stevens (string bass) * Stan King (drums) * Sammy Weiss (drums) * McKinney's Cotton Pickers * Don Redman (clarinet, saxophone, arranger, director) * Joe Smith (cornet) * John Nesbitt (trumpet, arranger) * Langston Curl (trumpet) * Ed Cuffee (trombone) * Benny Carter (clarinet, saxophone) * George Thomas (clarinet, saxophone, vocals) * Prince Robinson (clarinet, saxophone) * Todd Rhodes (piano, celeste) * Dave Wilborn (banjo, guitar) * Billy Taylor (brass bass) * Cuba Austin (drums) * Ben Selvin and His Orchestra * Victor Young and the Brunswick Orchestra * Boswell Sisters (vocals).

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