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Peg La Centra - The Complete Recordings 1934 -1937

Label: Baldwin Street Music
Released: 2002
Track listing: This Little Piggie Went to Market; A Fortune Teller; South Sea Island Magic; It Ain't Right"; You're Giving Me a Song and a Dance; Darling, not Without You; Let's Call a Heart a Heart; There's Something In the Air; There's Frost on the Moon; Love and Learn; Moon Face; You Can Tell She Comes from Dixie; No More Tears; Moonlight and Shadows; Trust in Me; Was It Rain?; Sweet Is the Word for You; Moon Face; When Your Lover Has Gone; All Dressed up and No Place to Go; If You Ever Should Leave; Afraid to Dream; Don't Ever Change; The Moon Got in My Eyes; All You Want to Dance; It's the Natural Thing to Do; The Folks Who Live on the Hill; Can I Forget You?; Am I in Love?; Please Pardon Us, We're in Love; Blue Grass; Alexander's Back in Town; A Blind Man Could See That I Love You; Don't Wait `Til the Night Before Christmas; Fit to Be Tied; What Harlem Is to Me; The Man I Love; Why Was I Born?; I'll See You in My Dreams; Now I Lay Me Down to Dream.

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Peg La Centra: Peg La Centra - The Complete Recordings 1934 -1937

Read "Peg La Centra - The Complete Recordings 1934 -1937" reviewed by Dave Nathan

In early 1930's and up to the 1950's, with the enormous popularity of the big band style of jazz, especially those bands which catered to romantic ballads, there was plenty of work for big band singers. While the outcome was generally very pretty and sanguine, there was a certain parallel to the music being played with ...

In the Beginning, 1949~1954

Label: Baldwin Street Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Goodbye Mr. Chops; You Don't Know What Love Is; Oh, You Crazy Moon; Lonesome Crowd; You May Not Love Me; Tell It to My Heart; Tea Kettle and Coffee Pot; The Wishing Star Dream; You Stand Accused; So all Alone; Love, Your Magic Spell is Everywhere; It's Easy to Remember; I Wished on the Moon; Midnight Belongs to You; Moonlight in Vermont; The Love Nest; My Funny Little Lover; The Dragon; In the Year You've Been Gone; I'll Never Be the Same; `Swonderful; Who's Sorry Now?; What Is This Thing Called Love?; I Don't Know Why; This Magic Moment; A Kiss for Tomorrow; Baldwin Street Music Preview

The Blue Angel Years 1945-1947

Label: Baldwin Street Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: That Ain't Right #~&; I Don't Want to Miss Mississippi #~&; I'll Close My Eyes #~&; That Ain't Right #~&; You Started Something; Born to Be Blue #^&; Can't We Be Friends?#^&; Don't Worry About Strangers #^&; Gone on That Guy #^&; You Started Something (alt. tk.)#^&; Don't Worry About Strangers (alt. tk.) #^&; The Love I Long For*; The Man I Love $#; The Gypsy in My Soul $#; I'm Glad There Is You $#; It's Never too Late to Pray $#; These Foolish Things $#; I've Got the World on a String $#; Can't Help Lovin' That Man of Mine $#; Summertime $#; More Than You [email protected] Honeysuckle [email protected]; Baldwin Street Music Preview

The Enchanting Ella Fitzgerald,Live at Birdland 1950-1952

Label: Baldwin Street Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Old Mother Hubbard; These Foolish Things; In A Mellow Tone; Flying Home; Back in Your Own Backyard; Jumping with Symphony Sid; How High the Moon; Show Me the Way to Get Out of This World; Angel Eyes; Walkin' My Baby Back Home; Goody Goody; Air Mail Special; How High the Moon; It's only a Paper Moon; Be Anything, But Be Mine; Preview; You're Driving Me Crazy; Lemon Drop; Frim Fram Sauce; Imagination; How Long Has This Been Going On?; Someone to Watch over Me; Jumping with Symphony Sid; I Can't Get Started with You; Later; That old Black Magic

Queen of the Juke Box "Live", 1948-1955

Label: Baldwin Street Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: I Want to [email protected]; It's Too Soon to [email protected]; I'll Never Be Free%*; I Cross My Fingers%*; Harbor Lights%*; Only a Moment Ago%*; I Wanna Be Loved%*; My Heart Cries for You%*; Time out for Tears%*; It's Too Soon to Know%**; N Y, Chicago & LA%**; Baby Get Lost%**; Dinah Talks; I Wanna Be Loved%**; I Won't Cry Anymore%**; Please Send Someone to Love%**; Tell Me Why%$#; Cold Cold Heart%$#; Wheel of Fortune%$#; Mixed Emotions%$#; Blow Top Blues%$#; Such a Night^$&; My Lean Baby^$&; NY, Chicago & LA%$>; Mixed Emotions%$>; Come Rain or Come Shine%$&>; Dinah Talks%$&>; I Diddie%$&>

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Teddi King: In the Beginning, 1949~1954

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This compilation of Teddi King performances is clearly a labor of love for Ted Ono and Baldwin Street Music. King, if not yet achieving the status of a legend, is at least a cult figure. Ignored by some jazz vocal authorities - - she doesn't rate a single word in Will Friedwald's allegedly definitive Jazz Singing ...

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Dinah Washington: Queen of the Juke Box "Live", 1948-1955

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Ted Ono's Baldwin Street Music has rescued Dinah Washington's live performances from New York's Birdland, Royal Roost and Basin Street. There are also a couple of cuts from the soundtrack of Harlem Variety Review. It was during this period that many of her recordings consistently appeared at the top of the R & B charts. But ...

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Mildred Bailey with the Ellis Larkins Trio: The Blue Angel Years 1945-1947

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In 1944 Mildred Bailey was getting back on track after the end of the disastrous recording ban which almost ruined her career as well as that of other performers of jazz and popular music. Fortunately, she was offered a radio show by CBS and when Max Gordon, who also had the Village Vanguard, opened his new ...

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Ella Fitzgerald: The Enchanting Ella Fitzgerald,Live at Birdland 1950-1952

Read "The Enchanting Ella Fitzgerald,Live at Birdland 1950-1952" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Baldwin Street Music has come out with another set of previously unavailable material by a top jazz vocalist. This album caputures Ella Fitzgerald's broadcasts from New York City jazz venues, mostly from Birdland. During this period, Fitzgerald was recording for Decca usually backed by a big orchestra headed by such stalwarts as Sy Oliver and Gordon ...


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