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Ross Porter
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Ross Porter
Celebrate one of the greatest eras in jazz with all the big band greats. Ross Porter takes a look back at the bands that changed the way America heard pop music. You'll also hear the newest compositions and leaders, and get a taste for the big bands working throughout the world today.

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Here are a few CD selections featured most recently:

Here are the 30 most recent tracks played on this show:
July 5th at 11 AM Hour
11:54 AM Ruby Braff “You're Lucky to Me” — Braff!
11:50 AM Megan West Big Band “Adios” — Swingin Big Band
11:47 AM Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band “Stardust” — The Lost Recordings
11:42 AM Jimmy Lunceford “Blues in the Night” — Quadromania
11:37 AM Woody Herman “Wildroot” — The Herd Rides Again
11:33 AM Jimmy Dorsey “Hip Hop” — JD and his orchestra
11:30 AM Count Basie “9:20 Special” — America's Number One Band
11:27 AM Duke Ellington “Morning Glory” — the Blanton-Webster Band
11:24 AM Chick Webb “That Naughty Waltz” — Spinnin the Webb
11:21 AM John Raitt “So In Love” — Capitol Sings Cole Porter
11:16 AM Glenn Miller with Kay Starr vocal “Love with a Capital You” — Best of
11:13 AM Henri Rene and his Orchestra “Surrey with the Fringe on Top” — Compulsion to Swing
11:10 AM Les & Larry Elgart “Skyliner” — Best of The Big Bands
11:07 AM Fats Waller “Tea for Two” — The Joint Is Jumping
11:04 AM Mildred Bailey “Wherever You Are” — Sunday Monday or Always
11:01 AM Benny Goodman “Jersey Bounce” — BG in Hi-Fi
July 5th at 10 AM Hour
10:55 AM Dave Pell Octet “42nd Street” — Sunday Afternoon at the Lighthouse Cafe
10:41 AM George Gershwin “Rhapsody in Blue” — Edward Hopper and the Music of New York: Stompin at the Savoy
10:37 AM Elliot Lawrence “Walkin My Baby Back Home” — Swings Cohn and Kahn
10:31 AM Red Norvo Quintet with Mavis Rivers vocal “About a Quarter to Nine” — Quintet with Mavis Rivers and Ella Mae Morse
10:31 AM Artie Shaw “Georgia on My Mind” — This is Romance
10:29 AM Henry Mancini “Moon River (cha cha)” — Breakfast at Tiffany's
10:26 AM Stan Kenton “Over the Rainbow” — Sketches on Standards
10:23 AM Gene Krupa “St. Louis Blues” — Best of The Big Bands
10:18 AM Count Basie “You For Me” — Count Basie and his orchestra
10:14 AM Harry James “The Last Mile” — Feet Draggin Blues
10:11 AM Tommy Dorsey “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes” — unknown
10:07 AM Nat Cole Trio “It's Only a Paper Moon” — The World of Nat
10:03 AM Glenn Miller “American Patrol” — Glenn Miller in Hollywood
10:00 AM Jimmy Dorsey “Dolemite” — Contrasts

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