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Wayne’s Music 29/30 June 2013.  In The Groove with the swinging 30s.

‘After You’ve Gone’                Bing Crosby with Paul Whiteman’s Band when Crosby was still a member of the vocal trio The Rhythm Boys.

‘Hot Mallets’                  Lionel Hampton in one of his small groups even though he was still working for Benny Goodman.       

‘What Did I Do To Be So Black And Blue’     Louis Armstrong with the number written for the Harlem revue Hot Chocolates in 1929.

‘’S’Wonderful’                        Artie Shaw           

‘Zaz Zuh Zaz’                           Cab Calloway       

‘At The Jazz band Ball’             Mugsy Spanier’s Ragtime Band         

‘A Porter’s Love Song To A Chambermaid’          Mildred Bailey with red Norvo’s orchestra                                                  
‘Erroll’s Bounce’                      Erroll Garner                  

‘Clap Hands here Comes Charlie’       Chick Webb         

‘Honky Tonk Train’                 Bob Crosby

‘Undecided’                                       Ella Fitzgerald

‘Quaker City Jazz’                    Jan Savitt and His Top hatters

‘I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues’      Jack Teagarden

One O’Clock Jump’                The Metronome All Star band            

‘Embraceable You’                   Bobby Hackett’s band in 1939

‘China Boy’                             Bud Freeman and his Suma Cum Laude band

Wayne’s Music Sunday 30 June 2013.  The swing era of the 30s.  PART ONE

‘T’Ain’t What You Do’            Trummy Young with Jimmie Lunceford’s band in 1939

‘String Of pearls’                      Glenn Miller – one of the most memorable of his swing time tunes.

‘Piano Man’                             Earl Hines             

‘Ring Dem Bells’                      Lionel Hampton

‘The man I Love’                     Helen Forrest

‘Poor Butterfly’                        Red Nichols


‘I’m Beginning To See The Light’                Kitty Kallen with Harry James

‘Life Goes To A Party’                                Benny Goodman

Tangerine’                                                  Bob Eberley and Helen O’Connell

‘Carolina Shout’                                          Fats Waller

‘Yes Indeed’                                               Sy Oliver, Jo Stafford with Tommy Dorsey’s orchestra

‘Muskrat Ramble’                                        The Dukes Of Dixieland

‘Day In Day out’                                          Helen Forrest with Artie Shaw

‘Willow Weep For Me’                                June Christy working with Stan Kenton

‘I Can’t get Started’                                     The Basie band with Billie Holiday

‘A Sunday Kind Of Love’                            Fran Warren and the Claude Thornhill band

‘Let Me Off Uptown’                                   Anita O’Day, Roy Eldridge with Gene Krupa’s Band

Early Autumn’                                            Stan Getz with Woody Herman

‘All God’s Chillun Got Rhythm’                  Ivie Anderson

‘Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe’               Frances Wayne with Woody Herman

‘Sentimental Journey’                                   Doris Day on her second tour of duty with the Les Brown band.