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Saturday Night Swing Club
 : Saturday Night Swing Club



by: Various Artists




Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0781371700224
Item Dimensions: 5050025550
Label: Memphis Archives
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Memphis Archives
Number Of Discs: 2
Number Of Items: 2
Publication Date: August 26, 2003
Publisher: Memphis Archives
Release Date: November 08, 1994
Studio: Memphis Archives




Disc 1:
  1. Introduction - Paul Douglas/Mel Allen
  2. Panamania - Leith Stevens & The Saturday Night Swing Club Band
  3. Frolic Sam - Duke Ellington
  4. Ain't Misbehavin' - Casper Reardon
  5. Rebound - Adrian Rollini/Frank Victor
  6. It Had To Be You - Kay Thompson
  7. Am I Blue - Bunny Berigan & His Orchestra
  8. Powerhouse - Raymond Scott/The Toy Town Quintet
  9. I Got Rhythm - Glen Gray & His Casa Loma Orchestra
  10. Swing, Brother, Swing - Pee Wee Hunt & The Glen Gray Orchestra
  11. Crazy Rhythm - Les Leiber
  12. Nobody's Sweetheart - Les Leiber
  13. Djangology - The Quintet of the Hot Club of France
  14. Limehouse Blues - The Quintet of the Hot Club of France
  15. Break Out - The Quintet of the Hot Club of France
  16. Swing Sessions Come To Order - Leith Stevens & The Saturday Night Swing Club Band
  17. Bach Fugue & The Flight of the Bumblebee - Claude Thornhill
  18. There's A Lull In My Life - Benny Goodman Trio
  19. Nagasaki - The Benny Goodman Quartet
  20. Whoa Babe - Kay Thompson
  21. Caravan - Duke Ellington
  22. Chicken a la Swing - Carl Kress/Dick McDonough
  23. I Know That You Know - Carl Kress/Dick McDonough
  24. Twilight In Turkey - Raymond Scott & The Toy Town Quintet
  25. Three Little Words - Jam Session
  26. Blues in E Flat - Jam Session
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Product Description:
During the mid-thirties, a new kind of music burst onto the scene. Swing was born! Like rock and roll in the fifties, swing was the anthem for the youth of pre-world war II America. Glen Gray, Benny Goodman, Bunny Berigan, Duke Ellington and a host of others had the kids "dancing in the aisles" in theatres all over America.

In 1936, the Columbia Broadcasting System began broadcasting "The Saturday Night Swing Club," a thirty minute program that showcased the talents of practically every jazz and swing great. Many were skeptical about this "new" music and practiced that it was just another passing fancy.

On June 12, 1937, the first anniversary of The Saturday Night Swing Club aired at midnight and was expanded to ninety minutes. The roster of entertainment was awesome by any standard. In honor of the grand event a short wave broadcast featuring Stephane Grappelly and Django Reinhardt was beamed from Montmartre, Paris, to the studios in New York City, with commentary by the legendary Edward R. Murrow. No stops were pulled, no expenses were spared to give all the swing club fans an evening to remember.

What you hold in your hands is the entire uncut broadcast of that historic event. Now without further adieu: "This session of the Saturday Night Swing Club has come to order."



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