Sweet 'N' Hot Episode May 19, 2011

Broadcast on 19-May-2011

10:00am - 12:00pm

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Track Listing:

Jumpin At The Woodside
Illinois Jacquet · 1947-1951
Walk 'Em
Buddy Johnson · 1942-1947
Fats Domino · 1953
My Bucket's Got A Hole In It
Kid Ory · Creole Classics
Doctor Jazz
Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers · Doctor Jazz
Red Hot & Blue Rhythm
The High Hatters
Lavender Coffin
Lionel Hampton · 1949-1950
In 'dat Mornin
Jimmie Lunceford's Chickasaw Syncopators · 1929-1934
'Lotta Sax Appeal
John Williams & His Memphis Stompers · Lotta Sax Appeal
Wednesday Night Hop
Andy Kirk & His 12 Clouds Of Joy · Big Band Legends Vol.1
In The Groove
Andy Kirk & His 12 Clouds Of Joy · 1937-1938
Wham! (Re Bop Boom Bam!)(v: June Richmond)
Andy Kirk & His 12 Clouds Of Joy · The Lady Who Swings The Band
Little Joe From Chicago
Andy Kirk & His 12 Clouds Of Joy · The Lady Who Swings The Band
Mary Lou Williams · The Lady Who Swings The Band
They Say He Ought To Dance
The Nicholas Brothers · The Cotton Club: A Nostaligic Journey
Keep A Song In Your Soul
Bill Robinson · the Cotton Club vol.1
Livin' In A Great Big Way
Jeni LeGon/Fats Waller/Bill Robinson · Hollywood Swing & Jazz
At Sundown
Artie Shaw · Live At The Cafe Rouge and The Blue Room
There's Frost On The Moon
Chick Webb · 1934-1937
The Duke And The Brute
Jay McShann & His Orchestra · Big Ben
As Long As I Live
Lena Horne · Stormy Weather
Limehouse Blues
Benny Morton All Stars · Big Ben
John Hardy's Wife
Woody Herman All Stars · Big Ben
The Jeep Is Jumpin'
Ben Webster & His Orch. · Big Ben
Si J'Itais Blanche
Josephine Baker · Quintessence
Nuits sans toi
Rina Ketty
It Takes Two To Tango
Lester Young & Oscar Peterson · Lester Young w/ The Oscar Peterson Trio
My Heart Belongs To Daddy
Oscar Peterson · Night Train
Weary Way Blues
Sidney Bechet · Jazz In Paris
Riff Staccato
Duke Ellington · 1945
Gee, Ain't I Good To You (v:Jimmy Rushing)
Count Basie · & His Orchestra w/Artie Shaw, Jimmy Rushing & Thelma Carpenter
It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
Duke Ellington · 1945