Star Spangled Radio Hour - 12.7.19

Saturday, December 7th

THE EXCEPTIONAL AMERICAN SONGWRITERS




PART 2:  HOAGY CARMICHAEL




PLAYLIST


G-11864


Gennett 5454


RIVERBOAT SHUFFLE


(Hoagy Carmichael)


The Wolverine Orchestra


featuring Bix Beiderbecke


May 6, 1924


Indianapolis, IN




G-13190


Gennett 6311


STAR DUST


(Hoagy Carmichael)


Hoagy Carmichael and his Pals


October 31, 1927


Indianapolis, IN




CVE-40941


Victor 35877


WASHBOARD BLUES


(Hoagy Carmichael-


Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra


Hoagy Carmichael, vocal


November 18, 1927


New York




W-403496-C


Okeh 8756


ROCKIN’ CHAIR


(Hoagy Carmichael)


Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra


Louis Armstrong and Hoagy Carmichael, vocal


December 13, 1929


New York




63653-1


Victor 23013


GEORGIA


(Georgia on My Mind)


(Hoagy Carmichael)


Hoagy Carmichael, vocal


September 15, 1930




64365-2


Victor 23024


LAZY RIVER


(Hoagy Carmichael-Sidney Arodin)


Hoagy Carmichael and his Orchestra


Hoagy Carmichael, vocal


November 20, 1930


New York




13428-A


Brunswick 6587


LAZY BONES


(Hoagy Carmichael)


The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra


Mildred Bailey, vocal


June 8, 1933


New York




BS-81910


Victor 24627


MOON COUNTRY (IS HOME TO ME)


(Hoagy Carmichael-Johnny Mercer)


Hoagy Carmichael and his Orchestra


Hoagy Carmichael, vocal


March 9, 1934


New York




DLA 262-B


Decca 617


MOONBURN


(Hoagy Carmichael-Edward Heyman)


Bing Crosby, vocal


with Georgie Stoll’s Instrumental Trio


November 13, 1935




03859-1


Bluebird 6747


LITTLE OLD LADY


Shep Fields and Rippling Rhythm


Bob Goday, vocal


December 28, 1936


New York




026690-1


Victor 26046


HEART AND SOUL


(Frank Loesser-Hoagy Carmichael)


Larry Clinton and his Orchestra


Bea Wain, vocal


September 1, 1938


New York




027289-1


Bluebird 10000


TWO SLEEPY PEOPLE


(Frank Loesser-Hoagy Carmichael)


FATS WALLER & HIS RHYTHM


Fats Waller, vocal


October 13, 1938


New York




031811-2


Victor 26151


I GET ALONG WITHOU YOU VERY WELL

(Hoagy Carmichael)


Larry Clinton and his Orchestra


Bea Wain, vocal


January 20, 1939


New York




64963-A

Decca 2399


BONEYARD SHUFFLE


(Hoagy Carmichael-Irving Mills)


Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra


January 27, 1939


New York




65045-A


Decca 2395


ROCKIN CHAIR


(Hoagy Carmichael)


Glen Gray and his Orchestra


Louis Armstrong and Pee Wee Hunt, vocal


Louis Armstrong, trumpet


February 20, 1939


New York




65181-A


Decca 2396


ONE MORNING IN MAY


(Hoagy Carmichael-Mitchell Parish)


Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra


Kenny Sargent, vocal


March 15, 1939


New York




038139-1


Bluebird 10372


BLUE ORCHIDS


(Hoagy Carmichael)


Glenn Miller and his Orchestra


Ray Eberle, vocal


July 26, 1939


New York




046728-1


Bluebird 10673


THE RUMBA JUMPS!


(Johnny Mercer-Hoagy Carmichael)


Glenn Miller and his Orchestra


Marion Hutton and Tex Beneke, vocal


January 26, 1940


New York




046735-1


Bluebird 10665


STAR DUST


(Hoagy Carmichael)


Glenn Miller and his Orchestra


January 29, 1940


New York




048965-1


Bluebird 10745


THE NEARNESS OF YOU


(Ned Washington-Hoagy Carmichael)


Glenn Miller and his Orchestra


Ray Eberle, vocal


April 28, 1940


New York




055097-1


Victor 27230


STAR DUST


(Hoagy Carmichael-Mitchell Parish)


Artie Shaw and his Orchestra


Jack Jenney, trombone


October 7-8, 1940


Hollywood




055158-1


Victor 27233


STAR DUST


(Hoagy Carmichael-Mitchell Parish)


Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra


Frank Sinatra and the Pied Pipers, vocal


November 11, 1940


Hollywood




061768-1


Victor 27499


GEORGIA ON MY MIND


(Hoagy Carmichael)


Artie Shaw and his Orchestra


March 20, 1941


New York




068421-1


Bluebird 11397


WE’RE THE COUPLE IN THE CASTLE


(Frank Loesser-Hoagy Carmichael)


Glenn Miller and his Orchestra


Ray Eberle, vocal


November 24, 1941


New York




DLA 2843


Decca 4193


SKYLARK


(Hoagy Carmichael-Johnny Mercer)


Bing Crosby


with John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra


January 24, 1942


Hollywood




071863-1


Bluebird 11474


THE LAMPLIGHTER’S SERENADE


(Paul Francis Webster-Hoagy Carmichael)


Glenn Miller and his Orchestra


Ray Eberle and the Modernaires, vocal


February 18, 1942


New York




31-A


Capitol 137


THE OLD MUSIC MASTER


Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra


Jack Teagarden and Johnny Mercer, vocal


June 12, 1942


Hollywood




VP 846 - D4TC 281

V-Disc 383-B (Army), 163-B (Navy)


BALTIMORE ORIOLE


(Hoagy Carmichael-Mitchell Parish)


HONG KONG BLUES


(Hoagy Carmichael)


From the Soundtrack of the Warner Brothers film


“To Have and Have Not”


1944




VP 1505 – D5TC 1316


V-Disc 536-A


STAR DUST (theme)


NO MORE TOUJOURS L’AMOUR


(HOYA HOYA)


(Hoagy Carmichael-Paul Francis Webster)


Hoagy Carmichael, spoken introduction and vocal


BILLY-A-DICK


(Hoagy Carmichael-Paul Francis Webster)


Hoagy Carmichael, vocal


V-Disc Recording Session


August 13, 1945


Hollywood




JDB 22 - D6TC 5060


V-Disc 647-A


ROUGE RIVER VALLEY


(From the Universal film “Canyon Passage”)


(Hoagy Carmichael)


Spoken introduction by Hoagy Carmichael


RIVERBOAT SHUFFLE


(Carmichael-Voynow-Mills-Parrish)


Hoagy Carmichael, vocal


V-Disc Recording Session


August 13, 1945


Hollywood




CO 35637


Columbia 36945


DOCTOR, LAWYER, INDIAN CHIEF


(From the Paramount film “The Stork Club”)


(Hoagy Carmichael-Paul Francis Webster)


Les Brown and his Orchestra


Butch Stone, vocal


January 6, 1946


New York




HCO 1912


Columbia 37073


OLE BUTTERMILK SKY


(From the Universal film “Canyon Passage”)


(Hoagy Carmichael-Jack Brooks)


Kay Kyser and his Orchestra


Michael Douglas and the Campus Kids, vocal




CO 38593


Columbia 38142


WHO KILLED ‘ER


(Who Killed the Black WIdder)


(Hoagy Carmichael-Janice Torre-Fred Spielman)


Tony Pastor and his Orchestra


Tony Pastor, the Clooney Sisters and the Band, vocal


December 22, 1947


New York




45-L 6318


Decca 9-27678


IN THE COOL, COOL, COOL OF THE EVENING


(From the Paramount film “Here Comes the Groom”)


(Hoagy Carmichael-Johnny Mercer)


Bing Crosby and Jane Wyman with Four Hits and a Miss


and Matty Matlock’s All Stars


June 20, 1951


Hollywood
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