Destroy All Monsters

DJ Foxworthy

A little bit a' this, little bit a' that.

Genre

jazz, baby.

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Sunday 2/24/2013 @ 2:00AM - 4:00AM
ArtistSongAlbumLabelComments
Lester Young I Didn't Know What Time It Was The Jazz Giants '56 Verve Recorded 1956
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Jimmy Lunceford Just Once Too Often Margie Savoy Jazz Recorded 1946
Washboard Rhythm Kings Every Man For Himself Rare Scat Vocals Stash Records Recorded 1931
Teddy Wilson & His All Stars Things Are Looking Up ST Columbia Recorded 1937
Jabbo Smith St. James Infirmary Trumpet Ace of the 20s Melodeon Records Recorded 1928
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Artie Shaw Smoke Gets In Your Eyes The Great Artie Shaw RCA Recorded 1940
Johnny Dodds Memphis Shake ST RCA Recorded 1926
The Five Blind Boys of Mississippi I Was Praying Father and Sons Spiritfeel Records Recorded 1952
Count Basie & Teresa Brewer Gimme a Pigfoot The Songs of Bessie Smith Teresa Gramaphone Company Released 1983
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Walter "Hot Lips" Page In the Mood for Love After Hours in Harlem Onyx Records Recorded 1941
Tommy Dorsey For Sentimental Reasons The Complete Tommy Dorsey Bluebird Recorded 1936
Ted Greene Old Man River Solo Guitar PMP Records
Dempsey Wright Easy to Love The Wright Approach Andex Records Released 1988
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Lil Green My Mellow Man Romance in the Dark RCA Recorded 1941
Dejan's Olympia Brass Band Auld Lang Syne New Orleans Brass Bands Rounder Records Released 1989
The California Ramblers Charleston Archive of Jazz: Volume 39 Byg Records Recorded 1925
Count Basie and the Benny Moten Orchestra Blue Room Kansas City Style RCA Recorded 1932
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Louis Armstrong Hobo You Can't Ride This Train Young Louis Armstrong Bluebird Recorded 1932
Coleman Hawkins A Ghost of a Chance Thanks for the Memory Xanadu Records Recorded 1944
Dizzy Gillespie Hot House In the Beginning Fantasy Records Recorded 1945
Corky Corcoran & His Orchestra Lullaby of the Leaves Battle of the Saxes Trip Jazz Recorded 1945
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Aviana Snow If You Only Knew Hot Snow Rosetta Records Recorded 1945
Mary Lou Williams Nightlife Jazz Women: A Feminist Retrospective Stash Recordings Released 1977
Billie Holiday But Beautiful Lady In Satin Columbia Recorded 1958
The International Sweethearts of Rhythm Tuxedo Junction Jazz Women: A Feminist Retrospective Stash Recordings Released 1977
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Frank Sinatra & Tommy Dorsey As Though You Were Here The Dorsey/Sinatra Sessions RCA Recorded 1940
Harry Belafonte Come Back Liza Calypso RCA Released 1956
Johnny Hodges and Earl Hines Night Train to Memphis Swing's Our Thing Verve Recorded 1967
The Widespread Depression Orchestra It's You or No One Time to Jump and Shout Stash Recordings Released 1981
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Pat Longo Big Mama Louise Big Bands- 80s