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    Crackleton Manor – 7th April

    Sir Ernest Crackleton presents another heroic mix of pre-1951 sound productions, including several by Billie Holiday – born on this day 98 years ago.


    PLAYLIST:

     

    • “Nadine (excerpt)” by Dajos Béla from “German Tango Orchestras – 1926-1942”
    • “Der Wasserfall” by Hans Blädel from “München-Bayern – Szenen & Vorträge Rare Schellacks 1902-1939”
    • “Sunday” by Cliff Edwards and His Hot Combination from “With My Little Ukulele In My Hand”
    • “Teddy Bear’s Picnic” by Billy Costello from “EMG Colonel’s EMG & Expert Gramophone Channel
    • “Sugar” by André Ekyan from “Djangology”
    • “Shave ‘Em Dry (Sir Ernest Crackleton Radio Edit)” by Lucille Bogan from “Shave “Em Dry – The Best of Lucille Bogan”
    • “Pennies From Heaven” by Bing Crosby, Frances Langford, Louis Armstrong and Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra from “The Chronological Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra 1936-1937”
    • “Why Was I Born?” by Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra from “Columbia Original Masters – The best of Billie Holiday – The master takes and singles”
    • “Night and Day” by Billie Holiday and her Orchestra from “Columbia Original Masters – The best of Billie Holiday – The master takes and singles”
    • “Jitterbug Blues” by Muddy Waters from “I Can’t Be Satisfied”
    • “I Cover The Waterfront” by Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra from “Columbia Original Masters – The best of Billie Holiday – The master takes and singles”
    • “Night and Day” by Coleman Hawkins Quartet from “Body And Soul – 1933-1949”
    • “Mi Sol (O Sole Mio)” by Quinteto La Plata from “Davilita – 1932-1939”
    • “Till The Cows Come Home (Sir Ernest Crackleton Radio Edit)” by Lucille Bogan from “Shave “Em Dry – The Best of Lucille Bogan”
    • “Down South Blues” by Muddy Waters from “I Can’t Be Satisfied”
    • “On The Sentimental Side” by Billie Holiday and her Orchestra from “Columbia Original Masters – The best of Billie Holiday – The master takes and singles”
    • “Plaing Si’am Gai Nyo” by Don Tre Pa-Yam “Rabbit” from “The Secret Museum of Mankind, Vol. 5 – Ethnic Music Classics: 1925-48”
    • “She’ll Be Comin’ ‘Round The Mountain” by Vernon Dalhart & Company from ”Puttin’ On The Style – The Edison Collection”
    • “These Foolish Things” by Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra from “Columbia Original Masters – The best of Billie Holiday – The master takes and singles”
    • “Sentimental Journey” by Doris Day with Les Brown & His Orchestra from “It’s Magic”
    • “To Koutsavaki” by Zach. Kasimatis from “Rembetika 2 – More of the Secret History of Greece’s Underground Music”
    • “Dig It!” by Doris Day with Les Brown & His Orchestra from “It’s Magic”
    • “The Kitten With The Big Green Eyes” by Hoosier Hot Shots from “Everybody Stomp”
    • “Rockin’ Chair” by Hoagy Carmichael And His Orchestra from “Bix Beiderbecke – Krazy Kat”
    • “This Year’s Kisses” by Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra from “Columbia Original Masters – The best of Billie Holiday – The master takes and singles”
    • “Easy Living” by Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra from “Columbia Original Masters – The best of Billie Holiday – The master takes and singles”
    • “Black Beauty” by Duke Ellington and His Orchestra from “The Duke Steps Out – Duke Ellington in the Twenties”
    • “Creole Love Call” by Duke Ellington & His Orchestra from “The Duke Steps Out – Duke Ellington in the Twenties”
    • “Creole Love Call” by Duke Ellington & His Orchestra from “Black Brown and Beige – Original Recordings 1943-1945”
    • “Good Lookin’ Woman” by Muddy Waters from “I Can’t Be Satisfied”
    • “Slack Key Hula” by George Keoki Davis from “It’s Hotter In Hawaii”
    • “A Lopez Contrarez – Calypso Waltz” by Codallo’s Top Hatters Orchestra from “Trinidad – 1912-1941”
    • “I Feel Like Goin’ Home” by Muddy Waters from “I Can’t Be Satisfied”
    • “Mississippi Shivers” by the Zez Confrey Orchestra from “Keyboard Wizards of the Gershwin Era – Volume IV”
    • “The Wreck of the Shenandoah” by Vernon Dalhart from ”Puttin’ On The Style – The Edison Collection”

     

     

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