Star Spangled Radio Hour- 7.4.20

Saturday, July 4th

SSRH 526

July 4, 2020

 

INDEPENDENCE DAY WITH SATCHMO, “BIG T” 

AND MANY EXCEPTIONAL AMERICAN MUSICAL LEGENDS

 

Dedicated to Steve Voce and the Jazz Journal

 

Louis Armstrong and His All Stars

 

All Star Parade of Bands

Treasury Department Program

Recorded between July 3 and July 30, 1953

Broadcast July 31, 1953

The Blue Note

56 West Madison Street

Chicago, Illinois

(NBC) (WMAQ)

Greg Donovan, announcer

 

Jack Teagarden

 

Desert Island Discs

Broadcast November 11, 1957

Broadcasting House

Portland Place

London, England

(BBC Home Service)

Roy Plomley, host

Jack Teagarden, guest

 

Louis Armstrong and his All Stars

 

Sustaining Broadcast

Wednesday July 29, 1953

The Blue Note

56 West Madison Street

Chicago, Illinois

(NBC) (WMAQ)

George Stone, announcer

 

Personnel

 

Louis Armstrong and his All Stars

 

Louis Daniel “Sachmo” “Pops” Armstrong, trumpet, vocalist

James “Trummy” Young, trombone

Albany Leon “Barney” Bigard, clarinet

Marty Napoleon, piano

Arvell Shaw, string bass, July 1-July 30 engagement

Milt Hinton, string bass, July 29 broadcast

William Randolph “Cozy” Cole, drums

Velma Middleton, vocalist

 

SSRH 525 Playlist

 

(Jul53 NBC) When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (Louis Armstrong, vocal) (opening theme) Royal Garden Blues, Brother Bill (Louis Armstrong, vocal), (You’re Not Sick) You’re Just in Love (Louis Armstrong and Velma Middleton, vocal, Limehouse Blues (featuring Marty Napoleon, piano), (I’m) Confessin’ (That I Love You) (Louis Armstrong, vocal), ‘Way Down Yonder in New Orleans, When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (Louis Armstrong, vocal) (closing theme) (11Nov57 BBC) By the Sleepy Lagoon (BBC Symphony), Introduction of Jack Teagarden, Basin Street Blues (Columbia 2415-D) (9Feb31) (Charleston Chasers) (Jack Teagarden, vocal and trombone) (Glenn Miller arrangement); You Rascal You (14Oct31) (Columbia 2558-D) (Jack Teagarden and his Orch.) (Jack Teagarden and Thomas “Fats” Waller, vocal); Georgia (On My MInd) (15Sep30) (Victor 32013) (Hoagy Carmichael and his Orch.) (Hoagy Carmichael, vocal) (Bix Beiderbecke, cornet and Jack Teagarden, trombone); She’s a Great, Great Girl (Victor 21326 (14Mar28) (Roger Wolf Kahn and his Orch.) (Jack Teagarden, trombone solo), Knockin’ A Jug (Okeh 8700) (5Mar29) (Louis Armstrong and his Orch.) (Louis Armstrong, trumpet and Jack Teagarden, trombone); Junk Man (18Sep34) (Brunswick 7652) (Jack Teagarden & his Orch.) (Benny Goodman, clarinet and Jack Teagarden, trombone); Rockin’ Chair (24Apr47) (RCA Victor EPA 5000) (Louis Armstrong All Stars) (Louis Armstrong and Jack Teagarden, vocal) (Louis Armstrong, trumpet and Jack Teagarden, trombone); The Waiter and the Porter and the Upstairs Maid (26May41) (Decca 3970) (Bing Crosby, Mary Martin and Jack Teagarden, vocal) Program Close, By the Sleepy Lagoon (BBC Symphony) (with seashore sound effects) (to close) (29Jul53 NBC) When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (Louis Armstrong) (opening theme), Royal Garden Blues, (I’m) Confessin’ (That I Love You) (Louis Armstrong, vocal), Undecided (featuring Trummy Young, trombone), (You’re Not Sick) You’re Just in Love (Velma Middleton, vocal), Tea for Two (featuring Barney Bigard, clarinet), Muskrat Ramble (to close), NBC ID
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