Jazz Me Autumn Blues

16 smooth jazz tracks with a melancholy undertone, to fit that autumn mood!

Tracklist & info

  1. Sidney Bechet & Claude Luter Et Son Orchestre – Bechet’s Creole Blues
    Recorded in Paris, October 14, 1949.
    Issued on Vogue V 5014.
  2. The Casa Loma Orchestra – Woodland Symphony
    Recorded in Los Angeles, May 27, 1941.
    Issued on Decca 3875.
    Audio transfer made from a UK Decca BM 03233.
  3. Jimmie Lunceford And His Orchestra – Mood Indigo
    Recorded in NYC, September 4, 1934.
    Issued on Decca 131.
    Audio transfer made from a UK Decca 02686.
  4. Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra – I Can’t Give You Anything But Love
    Recorded in NYC, March 5, 1929.
    Issued on Okeh 8669, as “Louis Armstrong & His Savoy Ballroom Five”
    Lonnie Johnson on guitar!
    Audio transfer made from a UK Parlophone R 753.
  5. Bob Crosby And His Orchestra – Blue Surreal
    Recorded in Los Angeles, February 17, 1942.
    Issued on Decca 4415.
    Audio transfer made from a Decca BM 03664.
  6. Bunny Berigan & His Orchestra – Caravan
    Recorded in New York, Aug. 18, 1937.
    Issued on His Master’s Voice ‎– B.8632
  7. Alix Combelle Et Le Jazz De Paris – Verlaine
    Recorded in Paris, January 31, 1941.
    Issued on Swing SW. 105.
    With, among others, Joseph Reinhardt on guitar, Alix Combelle and Hubert Rostaing on tenor saxophone, Aimé Barelli on Trumpet.
  8. Count Basie And His Rhythm – Shine On Harvest Moon
    Recorded in New York, May 21, 1947.
    Issued on RCA Victor 20-2694.
    Audio transfer made from a UK His Master’s Voice J.O.93.
  9. Coleman Hawkins – Lost In A Fog
    Recorded in London, November 18, 1934.
    Issued on Parlophone R 2041.
    Stanley Black on piano.
  10. Pete Johnson And His Boogie Woogie Boys – Lovin’ Mama Blues
    Recorded in NYC, June 30, 1939.
    Issued on Vocalion 5186.
    Joe Turner on vocals.
    Audio transfer made from a UK Parlophone R 2947
  11. Johnny Hodges And Orchestra – Things Ain’t What They Used To Be
    Recorded in Hollywood, July 3, 1941.
    Issued on Bluebird B-11447.
    Duke Ellington on piano!
    Audio transfer made from a UK His Master’s Voice B.9283.
  12. Jelly Roll Morton’s New Orleans Jazzmen – I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say
    Recorded in New York, September 14, 1939.
    Issued on Bluebird B-10434.
    With, among others, Sidney Bechet on soprano saxophone.
    Audio transfer from a UK His Master’s Voice B.9216.
  13. Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra – The Mooche
    Recorded in New York, October 17, 1928.
    Issued on Brunswick 4122.
    With, among others, Johnny Hodges on alto saxophone.
    Audio transfer from a French Brunswick ‎A 500.190.
  14. Benny Goodman And His Sextet – As Long As I Live
    Recorded in New York, November 7, 1940.
    Issued on Columbia 36723.
    With, among others, Count Basie on piano, Cootie Williams on trumpet.
    Audio transfer made from a Dutch Columbia DCH 301.
  15. Freddy Gardner And His Swing Orchestra – Limehouse Blues
    Recorded in NYC, December 1937.
    Issued on Rex R2538.
    Audio transfer from a Dutch Kristal 21704.
  16. The Quintette Of The Hot Club Of France – Solitude
    Recorded in Paris, April 21, 1937.
    Issued on His Master’s Voice B.8669.
    With Stéphane Grappelli (violin), Django Reinhardt (guitar solo), Pierre “Baro” Ferret (guitar), Marcel Bianchi (guitar), Louis Vola (bass).
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