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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:
February 7th at 11 AM Hour
11:57 AM Tommy Dorsey “I Could Make You Care” — The Sentimental Gentleman of Swing: Centennial Collection -
11:53 AM Tommy Dorsey “Tea for Two” — unknown
11:48 AM Duke Ellington “Time On My Hands” — Vol 2, Dance Concerts, California
11:42 AM Artie Shaw “Too Marvelous For Words” — Last Recordings: Rare And Unreleased
11:38 AM Duke Ellington “Passion Flower” — The Indispensable Duke Ellington And The Small Groups Vols.
11:34 AM Bill Elliott “Alaskan Nights” — Swing Fever
11:31 AM Red Norvo with Mildred Bailey vocal “Hold On” — Sunday, Monday or Always
11:28 AM Erskine Hawkins “Baltimore Bounce” — Complete 1938-39
11:25 AM Fats Waller “Rosetta” — Breakin' the Ice
11:21 AM Benny Goodman “Who?” — Yale Recordings, Vol. 8: Never Before Released Recordings Fr
11:17 AM Benny Goodman “Tain't No Use” — The Birth Of Swing
11:13 AM Woody Herman “Tenderly” — Four Brothers
11:10 AM Artie Shaw and his Orchestra “Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise” — What Is this Thing Called Love
11:07 AM Les Brown with Miriam Shaw vocal “This Can't Be Love” — unknown
11:03 AM Art Tatum “Memories Of You” — California Melodies
11:00 AM Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra “Linger Awhile” — Stompin' Around
February 7th at 10 AM Hour
10:57 AM Charlie Barnet “Things Ain't What They Used To Be” — Drop Me Off in Harlem
10:53 AM The Count Basie “Shiny Stockings” — "Live" In Concert
10:46 AM Ken Peplowski “Sometimes I'm Happy” — Last Swing Of The Century
10:42 AM Stan Kenton and The Orchestra “Bacante” — Complete Capitol Recordings of the Holman and Russo Charts
10:38 AM James P. Johnson “Keepin' Out of Mischief Now” — Classic
10:35 AM Bob Keene Quintet “Learnin' The Blues” — Unforgettable: Love Songs of the 50s
10:33 AM Frank Sinatra “I Thought About You - 1956” — The Capitol Years - CD1
10:29 AM Jimmie Lunceford “Babs” — Life is Fine
10:27 AM John Kirby “Royal Garden Blues” — Classics 1938-39
10:24 AM Count Basie & His Orchestra “Don't Worry `Bout Me” — Complete Roulette Live: Birdland, 1961
10:18 AM Ella Fitzgerald “Can Anyone Explain? (No, No, No!)” — Ella & Friends
10:15 AM Glenn Miller “Sunrise Serenade” — The Popular Recordings - (1938-1942) Disc 1
10:11 AM Louis Prima “Lazy River” — Capitol Collectors Series
10:07 AM Harry James “Carnival” — Best of the Big Bands

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