Big Band Brunch

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Ross Porter
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:
November 22nd at 11 AM Hour
11:59 AM Brown, Les “A foggy day” — Best of the big bands
11:55 AM Benny Goodman “Can't We Be Friends” — Benny Goodman: The Harry James Years
11:51 AM Mel Torme “It's DeLovely” — The Mel Torme Collections Vol 3
11:44 AM Earl Hines “Rosetta” — The Classic Tracks
11:41 AM Gene Krupa “Tuxedo Junction” — Best of The Big Bands
11:37 AM Tom Kubis “Who Can I Turn To” — Slightly off the Ground
11:29 AM Elliot Lawrence “Cupcake” — Swings Cohn & Kahn
11:27 AM Boyd Raeburn “March Of The Boyds” — Boyd Meets Stravinsky
11:24 AM Duke Ellington “I Didn't Know About You” — Black, Brown & Beige (disc 1)
11:20 AM Artie Shaw with Tony Pastor vocal “Small Fry” — 22 Original Big Band Recordings
11:16 AM Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra “Opus #1” — Yes, Indeed!
11:07 AM Mildred Bailey with Red Norvo's orchestra “Bob White” — Squeeze Me!
11:05 AM Mildred Bailey “Rockin' Chair” — The Rockin' Chair Lady (1931 - 1950)
November 22nd at 10 AM Hour
10:56 AM Stan Kenton “I'm Glad There is You” — Sketches on Standards
10:52 AM Gregory Page “Rolling In Rhythm” — Shine Shine Shine
10:50 AM Woody Herman “Sabre Dance” — The Best Of The BIGBANDs [Columbia]
10:41 AM Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra “Chloe (Song Of The Swamp)” — Yes, Indeed!
10:38 AM Harry James with Helen Forrest vocal “I Had the Craziest Dream” — Best of the Big Bands
10:29 AM Glenn Miller “Yours is My Heart Alone” — The Complete Glenn Miller
10:26 AM Hal Kemp with Skinnay Ennis vocal “Plenty of Money and You” — Best of the Big Bands
10:21 AM Sue Palmer “Left Bank Boogie” — Soundtrack to a B Movie
10:18 AM Jimmie Lunceford “Rose Room” — Swingsation
10:14 AM Woody Herman “Your Father's Moustache” — The Thundering Herds 1945-1947
10:08 AM Ken Peplowski “Let's Dance” — Last Swing Of The Century
10:06 AM Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra “Dolemite” — Contrasts
10:00 AM Lee Morgan “Party Time” — The Procrastinator
November 15th at 11 AM Hour
11:41 AM Ella Fitzgerald “Rockin' In Rhythm” — For The Love Of Ella Fitzgerald
11:22 AM Lewis, Mel “(Our)Love Is Here To Stay” — Soft Lights And Hot Music
11:14 AM Duke Ellington “Warm Valley” — The Blanton-Webster Band [Disc 2]
11:07 AM Woody Herman “Afterglow” — Crown Royal

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