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Wayne's Music Saturday January 11th 2014. 1940s Memories

'Laura'                                          Woody Herman's Herd blowing loud and hot, soft and cool.

'Frenesi'                                       The Artie Shaw version recreated by Billy May

'The Old Bazaar In Cairo'                Charlie Chester up to his old tricks in 1945.

'Ole Buttermilk Sky'                       Hoagy Carmichael

'Swanee River'                               Tommy Dorsey with the old song written in 1851 by Stephen Foster.

'Some Enchanted Evening'             Ezio Pinza star of the metropolitan Opera.

'I'm Beginning To See The Light'      great pop song for Harry James vocalist Kitty Kallen.

'Stealin Apples'                              Benny Goodman

'Buttons and Bows'                        A whopper for Dinah Shore

'A String Of pearls'                        always Glenn Miller's showpiece

'We'll Be Together Again'               Frankie Laine

' Anvil Chorus Part 1'                     Glenn Miller

'How Are Things In Glocca Morra?'  Buddy Clark from Finians Rainbow

'Blues On Parade'                         The Band That Played The Blues - Woody Herman

'Mockin Bird Hill'                           Patti Page with her second gold record.

'There Goes That Song Again'        Georgia Carroll, Mrs Kay Kysers sings in 1944

'Ciribiribin'                                    Harry James

Wayne's Music Sunday january 12 2014.  Swingtime 40s.  PART ONE

''Roll Em'                                      Benny Goodman

'Hot Mallets'                                 Lionel Hampton

'Sobbin' Blues'                              Bunny Berigan

'C-Jam Blues'                                Duke Ellington often used to fool around with a one finger tune.

'Learnin' The Blues'                       Jonah Jones' trumpet

'No name Jive'                               Charlie Barnet


'Undecided'                                  The Ames brothers with Les Brown

'My Melancholy Baby'                   Red Nichols and His Five Pennies

'Chopin's Polanaise'                      Carmen Cavallaro - the Poet Of The Piano

'Lulu's Back In Town'                     Fats Waller and His Rhythm

'Three O'Clock In The Morning'         Ted Lewis

'12th Street Rag'                           Sidney Bichet and His new orleans Feetwarmers

'The Birth Of The Blues'                 Pearl Bailley

'I'll Never Smile Again'                   The Inkspots

'One O'Clock Jump'                      The Metronome All Star Band

'Mister Sandman'                        The Four Aces

'I've Got The World On A String'   and he did have with kind of virtuosity. The great Satchmo.

'Lover'                                        Peggy Lee with Gordon Jenkins Orchestra

'Yes Indeed'                               Sy Oliver

'Inka Dinka Doo                         Jimmy Durante with 6 hits and a miss

'I Was Doing Alright'                    Ella Fitzgerald

'Sugar Blues                             Clyde McCoy and His band