06/133 Guide to the Lou Robin Instantaneous Records Robin Lou Finding Aid Authors: Maristella Feustle.

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Guide to the Lou Robin Instantaneous Records 1943/1951 Music Library Overview of the Collection Lou Robin Instantaneous Records 1942-1953 06/133 Robin, Lou 1.00 English Music Library Access Terms

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Personal Name: Cole, Nat King, 1919-1965 Dorsey, Tommy, 1905-1956 Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974 Herman, Woody, 1913-1987 Krupa, Gene, 1909-1973 Topical Term: Brown, Les, 1912-2001.
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Scope and Contents

The collection consists of one box of 10-inch instantaneous records, primarily of recordings of radio broadcasts of major jazz artists including Duke Ellington, Les Brown, Gene Krupa, Nat King Cole, Tommy Dorsey, and Woody Herman.

Detailed List of Contents id248050 1 713937 id248051 1 Duke Ellington Concert: Medley of Hits #1 / #2 1947 April 30 Scope and Contents

April 30, 1947 not listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord.

id248052 1 Duke Ellington: Out of this World; C Jam Blues / Tea for Two; Take the A Train 1945 October 13 / 1947 April 19 Scope and Contents

"Recorded by Robin." Tea for Two not listed on either date in Ellingtonia; Take the A Train unissued.

id248053 1 Duke Ellington: Fickle Fling / Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges: Passion Flower 1948 January 31 / 1948 February Scope and Contents

Date not listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord discography.

id248054 1 Dickey Bird Song - King Cole Trio; Crazy Rhythm - Barclay Allen Scope and Contents

Only one side labeled.

id248055 1 Duke Ellington: Mood to Be Wooed / Yesterdays - Davis 1945 October 27 Scope and Contents

"Recorded by Robin."

id248056 1 Ellington: Tan Your Hide (Birdland); Duet, Marshall and Hamilton 1953 Scope and Contents

No label on disc. Description on sleeve. Selections may come from Autumn 1953 concert at Sauls Bridges American Legion Post, Tallahassee, or April 30, 1953 at Birdland.

id248057 1 Duke Ellington: Y'Oughta (aircheck, Al Killian on cornet, trumpet) / Fickle Fling (transcription) id248058 1 Les Brown: A Good Man Is Hard to Find - Stone; Waitin' at the Station - Polk / Where's Pres? - Dave Pell, bass clarinet 1950 October 1 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 238, 239. Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248059 1 Duke Ellington Show: Frantic Fantasy; If You Are But a Dream / If You Are But a Dream; Jack the Bear 1945 October 6 id248060 1 Duke Ellington, Empire Club, Hollywood: St. Louis Blues - Nance; Cotton Tail - Webster / Cotton Tail - Webster; Time's A-Wastin' - Hodges and Brown 1949 February 5 Scope and Contents

Date not listed in Ellingtonia. St. Louis Blues may potentially be released per Tom Lord discography. Other titles not listed.

id248061 1 Ellington Show: Take the A Train; Black and Tan Fantasy / Black and Tan Fantasy; After All - Stuart [sic, Stewart], Hardwick, Nanton, Hodges 1945 August 25 Scope and Contents

"Recorded by Robin."

id248062 1 Duke Ellington: In a Jam - Stewart; Frankie and Johnny / Love Like This Can't Last (Ivy); Who Struck John 1948 January 10; 1948 January 17 / 1948 January 17 Scope and Contents

Date not listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord discography.

id248063 1 Negra Concertina; Solid as a Rock / Les Brown: Don't Worry 'Bout Strangers - [?]one 1950 September / undated Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 234, 245.

id248064 1 Les Brown: Kern Medley Part 1; Leap Frog Part 2 / Kern Medley Part 2; Leap Frog Part 1 1949 October 1 Scope and Contents

Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248065 1 Les Brown: Sometimes I'm Happy - Polk; Caravan / Caravan Part 2; Theme Songs 1950 July 9 Scope and Contents

Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248066 1 Ask Anyone Who Knows; Plumber's Song - Woody Herman, King Cole Trio / Woody Herman: Aunt Heady; Honeysuckle Rose - King Cole Trio 1947 July 5 / 1947 July 5; 1947 July 19 Scope and Contents

Unclear which ensemble plays which tune on side 1. Ask Anyone Who Knows is Cole per Tom Lord. 7/19 not in Tom Lord discography for Cole.

id248067 1 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra: Light, parts 1 and 2 1945 November 10 Scope and Contents

"Copy H.R."

id248068 1 King Cole Trio: Sweet Georgia Brown; Tangerine; Duke Ellington: Honeysuckle Rose / Honeysuckle Rose; Return Trip; You Made Me Love You - Connie Haines 1947 September 20; 1947 September 20; 1947 October 5 / 1947 October 5 Scope and Contents

October 5 selections unissued - only Honeysuckle Rose listed specifically in Ellingtonia. Cole selections not listed for September 20 per Tom Lord.

id248069 1 Margie - Barclay Allen / Laura - Errol Garner id248070 1 Les Brown: April Showers; In the Land of Oobladee (Stumpy Brown) / Squawkin' 'Bout My Walkin' - Comstock 1950 July 2 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 208, 209. Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248071 1 The Great Lie - Woody Herman / Then I'll Be Happy - Tommy Dorsey (Shavers - trumpet, [Savitt?] - clarinet) 1949 July 23 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 107A, 108A. Dorsey date not listed in Tom Lord discography. Herman title appears under July 21.

id248072 1 Duke Ellington Show: Crescendo in Blue; Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea / Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea; After All 1945 October 13 Scope and Contents

"Recorded by Robin."

id248073 1 Duke Ellington: Tear Drops in the Rain (World Transcription 8323) / Fancy Dan (Treasury broadcast) 1945 id248074 1 Tommy Dorsey: Hucklebuck - Shavers; It Feels So Good / It Feels So Good - Part 2 - Richmond, Gibbs, Shavers 1950 July 17 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 214, 215. Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248075 1 Duke Ellington: Blue Lou; Singin' in the Rain / Singin' in the Rain; Take the A Train; Blue Lou 1947 July 27; 1947 August 4 / 1947 August 4; 1947 August 4; 1947 September Scope and Contents

July and August dates not listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord discography.

id248076 1 The Continental - Tommy Dorsey / Keen & Peachy - Woody Herman 1949 July 9 / 1949 July 16 Scope and Contents

Side 1 features Shorty Rogers, trumpet; Gene Ammons and Buddy Savitt, tenor saxophones; Terry Gibbs, vibraphone; Ernie Royal, trumpet; Lew Levy, piano. Dorsey date not listed in Tom Lord discography. Herman date unissued.

id248077 1 Duke Ellington: Just Squeeze Me - Nance; Dancers in the Dark / Dancers in the Dark; I Guess I'll Have to Change My Ways - C. Crumpler 1947 July 27 Scope and Contents

Date not listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord discography.

id248078 1 Duke Ellington: Moon Mist - Nance; Bounce / Easy Street - Stewart 1949 May 10 Scope and Contents

Date not listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord discography.

id248079 1 King Cole Trio: I Got a Feeling I'm Falling; I Beg Your Pardon - Dinning Sisters / You Were Meant for Me; I May Be Wrong; I May Be Wrong - Lee, Barbour 1948 March 6; 1948 March 13 / 1948 March 20; 1948 March 20; 1948 April 3 Scope and Contents

Cole selections not listed for March 20 or April 3 per Tom Lord.

id248080 1 The Geek; Manana - Lee, Barbour / McNamara's Band - Dennis Day 1948 March 13; 1948 April 3 / 1948 March 14 id248081 1 Duke Ellington: Come Sunday (from Black, Brown and Beige) / Come Sunday; Light 1945 November 10 id248082 1 Slim Gaillard - Tiny Brown / Robert E. Lee - Jolson; Zing Went the Strings Of My Heart - Dick Haymes 1947 July 12 / 1947 July 19 id248083 1 Shine [?] 1949 Scope and Contents

Date from sleeve.

id248084 1 Duke Ellington: Warm Valley; Do Nothing 'Til You Hear from Me / Do Nothing 'Til You Hear from Me; Stompy Jones; Time's A-Wastin' 1945 September 15 / 1945 October 27 Scope and Contents

Unclear if first selection on second side continues date from previous side.

id248085 1 Duke Ellington Band: How High the Moon / Emancipation Celebration; Antidisestablishmentarianismist 1947 October 4 Scope and Contents

Handwritten notes on sleeve. Tracks unissued per Ellingtonia.

id248086 1 Ellington: Air Conditioned Jungle / One O'Clock Jump 1945 September 1 id248087 1 Duke Ellington: Way Low; Tear Drops in the Rain / Ain't Got Nothin' But the Blues; Time's A-Wastin' 1945 October 6 id248088 1 Duke Ellington: Light / 11:60 P.M. - Sherill; Tell It to a Star 1945 November 10 id248089 1 Duke Ellington: Time's A-Wastin' / Three-Cent Stomp 1945 September 22 id248090 1 Duke Ellington Show: I'll Buy That Dream; Stomp, Look, and Listen / Stomp, Look, and Listen; Take the A Train; The Wonder of You 1945 October 27 Scope and Contents

"Recorded by Robin." Handwritten notes enclosed in sleeve.

id248091 1 Duke Ellington Show: A Door Will Open; Court Session / Court Session; The Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe; How Deep Is the Ocean 1945 November 3 Scope and Contents

"Recorded by Robin."

id248092 1 King Cole Trio: I'll Dance At Your Wedding; I Feel So Smoochy; It's Almost Like Being in Love / Too Marvelous for Words; Louella; Tea for Two 1948 January 17; 1948 January 17; 1948 January 24 / 1948 January 24 Scope and Contents

Cole not listed for these dates per Tom Lord.

id248093 1 Duke Ellington - Eastside Show: Trumpet in Spades - Rex (Stewart); Pitter Panther Patter / Harmony in Harlem; Stepping into Swing Society 1948 January 23 id248094 1 King Cole Trio: An Apple Blossom Wedding; Save Bones fo' Henry - Jones-Mercer-Cole / I Know That You Know; When I Take My Sugar to Tea 1947 August 23; 1947 August 30 / 1947 August 30; 1947 September 6 Scope and Contents

Cole not listed for August 30 or September 6 dates per Tom Lord.

id248095 1 Duke Ellington - Empire Room, Hollywood: Rockin' in Rhythm; Body and Soul - Davis / Y'Oughta - Killian 1949 February 16 Scope and Contents

Handwritten notes enclosed in sleeve. Unissued tracks per Ellingtonia.

id248096 1 Ellington: Blue Cellophane Scope and Contents

Sleeve: "Never issued." Reverse side may contain "The Man I Love."

id248097 1 Tommy Dorsey: unidentified selection / Al Goodman: Just Because; Jeepers Creepers 1949 July 23 / 1949 July 24 Scope and Contents

Al Goodman side: "HP [Hit Parade] of 3/4/39." Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248098 1 Charlie Barnet: Portrait of Duke Ellington, part 2; Chazz Me Blues / Rhubarb - Ralph Erickson, trumpet 1949 July 31 Scope and Contents

Selections not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248099 1 Duke Ellington: How High the Moon; Rugged Romeo - Jordan / On the Alamo - Anderson; The Jeep is Jumpin' 1948 January 3; 1948 January 10 / 1948 January 10 Scope and Contents

Date not listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord discography.

id248100 1 Duke Ellington Show: I Can't Begin to Tell You; As Long As I Live / As Long As I Live 1945 November 17 Scope and Contents

2:45-3:00.

id248101 1 Duke Ellington - On Display - Brown, Webster, Hamilton / Take the A Train 1942 / 1947 April 30 Scope and Contents

Labels detached, but in sleeve. Side 1 possibly August 29, 1942 per Tom Lord discography; unreleased. Side 2 date not listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord.

id248102 1 Duke Ellington, Woody Herman: It Don't Mean a Thing - Ellington; We the People Bop - Herman; Lemon Drop - Barnet / Duke Ellington: You Oughta; Humoresue 1949 id248103 1 Duke Ellington Show: Caravan; Riff and Drill / Riff and Drill; Time's A-Wastin'; Rock a Bye River (transcription); Someone (transcription) 1945 October 20 / 1945 October 20; 1945 October 20; 1947 April 19; 1947 Apr Scope and Contents

"Recorded by Robin." Time's A-Wastin' and Riff'n'Drill not listed for April 19, 1947 in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord.

id248104 1 Duke Ellington Show: Take the A Train; Waitin' for the Train to Come In; I'd Do It All Over Again / I'd Do It All Over Again; Blues on the Double 1945 October 20 Scope and Contents

"Recorded by Robin." Handwritten notes enclosed in sleeve.

id248105 1 Duke Ellington: Brown-Penny-Davis: How Blue the Sky / How Blue the Sky; Take the A Train; Just Squeeze Me 1947 July 26; 1947 July 26; 1947 July 26; 1947 July 27 Scope and Contents

Neither date listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord discography.

id248106 1 Woody Herman: Teo the Lion - Hollywood Palladium / Midget Racing at the Fairgrounds in Pomona 1951 May 6; undated Scope and Contents

Second side: "Produced by U.S. Andersen Company, 7321 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, California."

id248107 1 King Cole Trio: My Blue Heaven - Delta Rhythm Boys; Pianissimo / Old Man River - the Ravens 1948 February 7; 1948 February 21 / 1948 February 11 id248108 1 Duke Ellington - Eastside Show: After All - Hodges; Black Butterfly [Black Beauty?] / Riff and Drill - Cat Anderson; Rumpus in Richmond 1948 January 23 Scope and Contents

Black Beauty is an unissued track per Ellingtonia.

id248109 1 Duke Ellington: end of Three-Cent Stomp - Killian; Blue Skies / Sultry Serenade - Glenn, Hodges; Rockin' in Rhythm 1949 February 16 Scope and Contents

Unissued tracks per Ellingtonia.

id248110 1 Duke Ellington: It Don't Mean a Thing / It Don't Mean a Thing - Nance and Jordan, vocal solos 1947 October 25 / 1947 October 26 Scope and Contents

Date not listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord discography.

id248111 1 King Cole Trio: Your Red Wagon; My Baby likes to Be-Bop (commercial) / What Is This Thing Called Love - Alice Hall; SUnday 1948 February 21; 1948 February 28 / 1948 February 28; 1948 March 6 Scope and Contents

Cole not listed for these dates per Tom Lord.

id248112 1 Duke Ellington: How High the Moon (transcription) / Benny Goodman: Soundtrack of "All the Cats Join In" in "Make Mine Music." id248113 1 Woody Herman: God Child - B. Savitt and Gene Ammons, tenor saxophone / Not Really the Blues 1949 July 9 Scope and Contents

Unissued.

id248114 1 Glen Gray: No Name Jive / Art Mooney with Eddie Condon, banjo: Canadian Capers 1949 August 20 / 1949 August 24 Scope and Contents

Dates not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248115 1 King Cole Trio: Across the Alley from the Alamo - June Christy; I Want to Be Happy; Give Me 20 Nickels for A Dollar / Midnight Masquerade; That's My Desire - Frankie Laine 1947 May 24 / 1947 June 7 Scope and Contents

Cole not listed for these dates per Tom Lord.

id248116 1 Duke Ellington: Just a-Sittin' and a-Rockin' / Hollywood Hangover 1945 September 8 id248117 1 Charlie Barnet: How High the Moon, part 2 - Barnet and Herman; Wilson, That's All / A Portrait of Duke Ellington, part 1 1949 July 31 Scope and Contents

Selections not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248118 1 Charlie Barnet: Bop City; Claude Reigns / Charlie Barnet: Claude Reigns, part 2; Woody Herman: Lollypop 1949 July 30 id248119 1 Charlie Barnet: East Side, West Side; Patti Page with the Alan Roth Band: The Wise Old Owl / Woody Herman: That's Right undated; 1941 and 1949 / 1949 July 2 Scope and Contents

Patti Page selection: Handwritten notes on sleeve indicate "March 22, 1941 Hit Parade," "made July 3, 1949."

id248120 1 King Cole Trio: Dance Ballerina; How Soon; My Baby Likes to Be-Bop / My Baby Likes to Be-Bop; A-N-G-E-L Spells Mary; I'll Dance at your Wedding; Commercial 1948 January 31 / 1948 January 31; 1948 February 7 Scope and Contents

Unclear which dates apply to which selections on second side.

id248121 1 Duke Ellington: Harlem Air Shaft - Harold Baker, trumpet / Tootin' Through the Roof - KIllian, Baker, Nance, trumpets 1949 February 5 Scope and Contents

Selections and specific date not listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord discography.

id248122 1 Irving Berlin: Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning; Al Jolson: Lazy; Jolson-Crosby: Alexander's Ragtime Band / Dialogue - Berlin, Crosby, Jolson 1947 May 7 id248123 1 Gene Krupa: Gene's Boogie - Dolores Hawkins; Star Dust - Mel Block, tenor saxophone / Star Dust (continued); Dear Old Southland - Roy Eldridge and Gene Krupa 1949 August 17 Scope and Contents

Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248124 1 Woody Herman: Four Brothers - Ammons, Savitt, Chaloff, and Simms / That's Right; How High the Moon [Ornithology] 1949 July 30 id248125 1 Duke Ellington Show: I Guess I'm Just a Lucky So And So / The Last Time I Saw You 1945 November 24 Scope and Contents

Handwritten notes enclosed in sleeve.

id248126 1 Duke Ellington: Old King Dooji; If I Loved You - Davis, Strayhorn / Unbooted Character 1945 September 8 Scope and Contents

Handwritten notes enclosed in sleeve.

id248127 1 Duke Ellington: Diminuendo in Blue / Crescendo in Blue 1947 October 22 Scope and Contents

Date not listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord discography.

id248128 1 Duke Ellington: Dancing in the Dark; Cross Town / Cross Town; Passion Flower 1945 November 10 id248129 1 King Cole Trio: Oh Kickarooni; April Showers - Mel Torme; unidentified / You Don't Learn That in School; You're the Cream in My Coffee 1947 May 10 / 1947 May 17 Scope and Contents

Cole not listed for these dates per Tom Lord.

id248130 1 Tommy Dorsey: Non-Drastic / Duke Ellington: Blue Skies - "TU Show" 1950 July 31 / 1950 August 1 Scope and Contents

Personnel on Dorsey side include Dorsey on trombone, Lou Levy on piano, Terry Gibbs on vibraphone, Walt Levinsky on clarinet, and Charlie Shavers on trumpet. Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248131 1 Duke Ellington: Creole Love Call - Davis / Frankie and Johnny - Nanton, trombone 1945 September 15 Scope and Contents

"Recorded by Robin." Handwritten notes enclosed in sleeve.

id248132 1 Gene Krupa: Dear Old Southland part 2; Swiss Lullaby - Bill Black, Roy Eldridge, Dolores Hawkins / Leave Us Leap 1949 August 17 Scope and Contents

Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248133 1 King Cole Trio: Cecilia; I Surrender Dear - Red Norvo; That's What / That's What; Kate, Great; Artistry Jumps - Kenton 1947 August 9 / 1947 August 9; 1947 August 23 Scope and Contents

Cole not listed for August 9 per Tom Lord.

id248134 1 King Cole Trio: I Found a New Baby; I've Got a Gal Named Nettie / Cherokee - Starlighters, Cole; Naughty Angeline 1947 June 7; 1947 June 14 / 1947 June 28; 1947 July 5 Scope and Contents

Cole not listed for June dates per Tom Lord.

id248135 1 Charlie Barnet: Jubilee Jump - "not air quality" / Jubilee Jump - "ok for air" id248136 1 Duke Ellington, Carnegie Hall: Stomp (Johnny Come Lately) / Caledonia 1943 January 23 Scope and Contents

Label for first side detached, but in sleeve. Caldonia not listed on this date.

id248137 1 Les Brown: Just a Gigolo; Don't Do Something - Polk / How High the Moon 1950 October 8 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 240 and 241. Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248138 1 Les Brown: Them There Eyes - Lucy Ann Polk; Baby Face - Butch Stone / The Lip - Dave Pell, saxophone, Ray Klein, trombone; Frank Beach, trumpet 1950 July 23 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 216 and 217. Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248139 1 Les Brown: Them There Eyes - Polk; Baby I Need You - Stone / Baby I Need You; Boptized 1950 June 11; 1950 June 18 / 1950 June 18 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 204 and 205. Dates not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248140 1 Les Brown: Ready to Go Steady; Little Girl - Stone / Abu Abu - Comstock 1950 June 25 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 206 and 207. Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248141 1 Les Brown: Pretty Baby - Polk; Hucklebuck - Brown / Mexican Hat Dance 1950 July 30 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 218 and 219. Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248142 1 Les Brown: Don't You Go Away Mad - Lucy Ann Polk, vocal / Cabin in the Sky; Brown Suede - Abe Most 1950 June 11 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 202 and 203. Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248143 1 Les Brown: Sing a Song of Sixpence - Stumpy Brown / Sometimes I'm Happy - Polk; Thanks Count 1950 August 20 / 1950 August 28 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 226 and 227. Dates not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248144 1 Les Brown: The Lip - Frank Beach / Baby Face - Stone; Sentimental Journey - Polk 1950 September 5 / 1950 September 10 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 232 and 233. Dates not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248145 1 Les Brown: Ready to Go Steady; Little Girl - Stone / Abu Abu; Shadow Time 1950 August 7 / 1950 August 7; 1950 August 28 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 224 and 225. Dates not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248146 1 Les Brown: Bebop Spoken Here - Stumpy Brown; Honeysuckle Rose - Lucy Ann Polk / Thank You Count 1950 July 16 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 212 and 213. Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248147 1 Les Brown: Bopple Sauce / Them There Eyes - Lucy Ann Polk 1950 September 3 / 1950 September 5 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 230 and 231. Dates not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248148 1 Les Brown: Caravan / S'Wonderful - Polk; Star Dust - Klein 1950 August 21 / 1950 September 4 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 228 and 229. Dates not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248149 1 Les Brown: Three Little Words; Hold the Phone - Stone / Flip Lid; Leap Frog 1950 August 6 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 222 and 223. Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248150 1 Les Brown: On the Alamo - Sims; Black Coffee - Polk / The Song Is Ended; September Song - Polk 1950 September 17 / 1950 September 24 Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 236 and 237. Dates not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248151 1 Les Brown: It's Later Than You Think - Doris Day; A Foggy Day / People Will Say We're in Love 1950 May 23; 1950 June 11 / 1950 June 11. Scope and Contents

Sides labeled 200 and 201. Dates not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248152 1 Where's Pres?; Abu Abu / Bopple Sauce; Boptized 1950 June 27 Scope and Contents

May be Les Brown. Name of Louis Robin on label, and as "client" on sleeve. Date not listed in Tom Lord discography.

id248153 1 Ellington: Oasis Club 1952 March 15 Scope and Contents

Date not listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord discography.

id248154 1 Duke Ellington Show: How Deep Is the Ocean?; Great Victory Drive; Autumn Serenade / Autumn Serenade 1945 November 3 Scope and Contents

"Recorded by Robin."

id248155 1 Duke Ellington Show: Emancipation Celebration; Caledonia / Caledonia; Ring dem Bells, A Door Will Open, Take the A Train 1945 November 3 Scope and Contents

Handwritten notes in sleeve. Recorded for station KECA, Los Angeles.

id248156 1 Duke Ellington: Moon Mist; Jump for Joy / Jump for Joy; National Anthem 1945 September 1 Scope and Contents

Handwritten notes in sleeve.

id248157 1 Ellington Program, 2:15-3:00 pm: Tonk (Pianistically Allied); I Don't Mind / I Don't Mind; The Jeep Is Jumpin'; Take the A Train 1945 August 25 Scope and Contents

"Recorded by Robin." Handwritten notes in sleeve. Letterhead: Benjamin Robin, consultant on federal taxes. 326 Homewood Road, Los Angeles 24, California.

id248158 1 Duke Ellington: Blue Skies - Nance; Time's A-Wastin' - Hodges / Les Brown (transcription): Just a Gigolo 1949 February 19 / 1949 March 1 Scope and Contents

February date not listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord discographies.

id248159 1 Duke Elington: Fancy Dance / Fickle Flame; Blue Serge 1945 September 22 id248160 1 Alan Roth Band: The Music Goes Round; Amapola; Wise Old Owl / Duke Ellington: Until - Webster; Perdido 1949 July 3 / 1949 May 10 Scope and Contents

Songs on side 1 (Roth) were apparently Hit Parade features: The Music Goes Round, January 1936; Amapola, March 1941; Wise Old Owl, March 22, 1941. May 10 date not listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord discographies.

id248161 1 Duke Ellington: Jump for Joy; Ko-Ko / Alvino Rey: Bury Me on the Lone Prairie; Land of the Sky Blue Waters undated / 1948 August 2 id248162 1 Duke Ellington Band: Antidisestablishmentarianismist; Hi-Ya Sue / Kind of Lonesome Tonight; Kitty - Nance 1947 October 4 Scope and Contents

Note on sleeve: "Quartet on 'Kind of Lonesome' is Carney, Hodges, Baker, Brown." Tracks other than Hi-Ya Sue unissued per Ellingtonia

id248163 1 Duke Ellington Show: Lilly Belle; Homesick, That's All / Homesick, That's All; Go Away Blues - Sherral; Frantic Fantasy 1945 October 6 Scope and Contents

"Recorded by Robin." Handwritten notes in sleeve.

id248164 1 Woody Herman: Bijou - Bill Harris / Tommy Dorsey: Ain't You Glad I Love You - Charlie Shavers 1949 July 16 Scope and Contents

Unissued.

id248165 1 Duke Ellington, Eastside Show: Tootin' Through the Roof - Cootie, Rex; Way Low / Solid Old Man; Old King Dooji 1948 January 23 id248166 1 Duke Ellington Show: Take the A Train; Diminuendo in Blue / I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good - Hibbler; Crescendo in Blue 1945 October 13 Scope and Contents

"Recorded by Robin." Handwritten notes in sleeve. 2:00-2:30 p.m. broadcast.

id248167 1 Duke Ellington: Chelsea Bridge (Strayhorn) / Something to Live For - Marie Ellington; Clementine (Strayhorn) 1945 September 8 id248168 1 King Cole Trio: Somebody Loves Me; Across the Alley from the Alamo; Mam'selle / On the Sunny Side of the Street; I Believe; commercial 1947 April 19 / 1947 April 26; 1947 May 3; 1947 May 3 Scope and Contents

Cole not listed for these dates per Tom Lord.

id248169 1 King Cole Trio: Mam'selle; You Can Depend on Me; Everything Depends on You; Rosetta - Earl Hines / Crazy Rhythm; Linda; Route 66 1947 April 26 / 1947 May 3 Scope and Contents

Cole not listed for these dates per Tom Lord.

id248170 1 Duke Ellington: Way Low; Solid Old Man / Solid Old Man; Summertime - Hibbler 1945 September 8 id248171 1 Ellington Show: Body and Soul; Caravan / Caravan; Flamingo 1945 September 1 Scope and Contents

"Recorded by Robin."

id248172 1 Duke Ellington: Take the A Train; Perdido (record); Stompy Jones (record) / Stompy Jones; Pitter Panther Patter - Ellington and Blanton (record) 1947 April 26; 1947 May 3 / 1947 May 3 (Stompy Jones); 1947 May 12 Scope and Contents

April 26, 1947 not listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord.

id248173 1 King Cole Trio: Sunday Kind of Love; Margie - Tony Pastor / It's Easy to See; 'Deed I Do 1947 May 17 / 1947 May 17; 1947 May 24 Scope and Contents

Cole not listed for these dates per Tom Lord.

id248174 1 Duke Ellington (transcription, Standard): Madame Will Drop Her Shawl / Duke Ellington (World Transcription No. 6682): Chopsticks - arranged by Mary Lou Williams and Van Arnstedt 1943 / 1945 id248175 1 Duke Ellington: There's No You; Jumpin' Punkin / Jumpin' Punkin; Body and Soul 1945 September 1 id248176 1 Duke Ellington, Eastside Show: Warm Valley; Harlem Airshaft 1948 January 23 id248177 1 Duke Ellington: Tea for Two - Anderson; Who Struck John / Boyd Raeburn: Concerto for Duke - Mood Indigo, C Jam Blues; Sophisticated Lady; It Don't Mean a Thing 1947 December 27 / 1948 January 3 Scope and Contents

Neither tune listed in Ellingtonia or Tom Lord for December 27, 1947. January 3, 1948 not listed in either source.

id248178 1 King Cole Trio: Straighten Up and Fly Right; There Are Smiles; commercial; I Want to Thank Your Folks / Give Me 20 Nickels for a Dollar; Can You Look Me in the Eyes? 1947 April 19 Scope and Contents

Cole not listed for these dates per Tom Lord.

id248179 1 Duke Ellington Show: Every Hour on the Hour; Cotton Tail / Cotton Tail; Way Low 1945 October 6