Jazz On a Saturday - Volume 7

  1. Whose Honey Are You?/Red Allen
  2. Shakin' The African/Don Redman And His Orchestra
  3. Yes,I'm In The Barrel/Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five
  4. Candy Lips/Clarence Williams's Jazz Kings
  5. Gimme A Pigsfoot(And A Bottle Of Beer)
  6. Sweet Lorraine/Joe Venuti's Blue Five
  7. Swingin' On That Famous Door/The Delta Four
  8. Ain't Cha Glad?/Jack Teagarden
  9. Market Street Stomp/The Missourians
  10. Sleepy Time Gal/Edmond Hall And His Quartet
  11. I'm On A See Saw/Fats Waller
  12. Moten Swing/Willie Smith
  13. Down To Steamboat Tennessee
  14. Doug The Jitterbug/Louis Jordan
  15. These Foolish Things/Billie Holiday
  16. Alabamy Home/Cootie Williams And The Gotham Stompers
  17. On The Sunny Side Of The Street/Johnny Hodges
  18. One Sweet Letter From You/Bunk Johnson
  19. Keep Smilin' At Trouble/Bud Freeman And His Windy City Five
  20. Cake Walking Babies From Home/Sidney Bechet
  21. Big Walkabout/Graeme Bell
  22. Ballin' The Jack/Frank Johnson
  23. Whip Me With Plenty Of Love/Len Barnard
  24. Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey?/The Melbourne New Orleans Jazz Band

October 2011 sees the 35th anniversary of "Jazz On A Saturday". The first programme went to air on the first Saturday in October 1976 at 4.00pm, and has gone to air (nearly) every Saturday at that time since then. John Smyth and Roger Beilby have been there for 35 years, John Trudinger and Geoff Tobin have been added to the broadcast team in the last few years. There are enough memories to fill a book, but technology changes have been incredible. During the first years of the show we played many 78's, lots of music we transferred to reel-to-reel tapes from cassettes. Then in the late 1980's along came CD's, then MP3 files. Data on computer discs, Ipods...We can now attend festivals and concerts and broadcast the event on 3CR via a wireless computer. Over the last year, "Jazz On A Saturday" has been broadcast over the World Wide Web and can be heard throughout the world. With all this technological change, it is still great to be able to have, and be able to listen to this great music. It's jazz in your own home which you can listen to again and again, with over an hour of our favourites for you to enjoy. -- The "Jazz On A Saturday" team 2011

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