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George from Camden with Chris from Watford ‐ Worldwide FM

George from Camden with Chris from Watford

22.11.20

George from Camden, record collector and 78 RPM specialist, digs deep into his extensive 78rpm collection jumping between continents and styles. In this show George is joined by Chris from Watford (Watford Jazz Junction).

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1. “Ya Asmar Ya Habib (Kahraman)”, unknown, – Sun Record.

2. “Aye Wa Kael”, I.K. Dairo & his Blue Spots – Decca.

3. “You Shall”, Beale Street Sheiks – Paramount. 1927

4. “Meia Noite” J.B. De Carvalho – Todamerica 50’s

5. “Cool Blues”, Charlie Parker – Esquire 1947 GC

6. “Just Make Love To Me”, Muddy Waters Chess GC

7. “Fulani Madam” Yusufu Sarkin Goge – Tabansi Records

8. “Death’s Black Train is coming”, Rev. J.M. Gates – Columbia 1926 (incomplete)

9. “Shave ‘Em Dry” Bessie Jackson (Luccile Bogan)- Melotone

10. “Shave ‘m Dry” (unauthorised version), Lucille Bogan – Not on Label

11. “Panama”, Orquestra Ecos – Echos

12. “Yoka Mwanga”, Paul Mwanga – Ngoma 1965

– Chris from Watford –

13. “Cake Walking Babies Back Home” Red Onion Jazz Babies – AFCDJ, 1924

14. “It Hurts So Good”, Henry Brown – Jazz Collector. 1929

15. “Chant of the Jungle” No artist – from the 1920 film The Untamed. Dominion Records. 1928.

16. “St Louis Blues” Papa Laines Children Oriole

17. “Cain’t No Grave Hold My Body Down” – Sister Rosetta Tharpe – Mercury 1956

18. “Bim Bom”, Joao Gilberto, Odeon 1958

19. “Pearly Lee”, Big Boy Crudup.- RCA Victor

20. “Los Bobby Soxers”, La Sobadora – Zeida

21. “Fancy Dan”, Duke Ellington – Columbia 1951

22. “Cajuiro Abalou”, Genival Lacerda – Mocambo

23. “Jole Blon”, Harry Choates – Starday

24. “You Got to Move pt1”, Memphis Minnie and Kansas Joe – Decca 1934

25. “Evil Woman Blues”, The Mississippi Mudder (“Kansas Joe” McCoy) – Decca 1941

26. “Night and Day”, Stephane Grapelli & Django Reinhardt, Decca 1948

27. ”Porta Bandeira”, Emilinha Borba – Continental

28. “Yardbird Suite”, Charlie Parker – Dial 1946

29. “Two Bass Hit” Dizzy Gillespie – 1947 RCA Victor

30. “Evonce”, Thelonius Monk – Blue Note 1948

31. “Yo Muasi Wa Ngai”, Omar Philippe & Wendo – Ngoma

32. Mado Tika Navanda Na Mawa Na Ngai”, Desholey & son Dynamic Jazz – Ngoma

33. “Beams of Heaven”, Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Marie Knight – Brunswick

34. “Cuatro Pachanga”, Kike e su Charanga, Zeida

35. “You’ve got bad intentions”, Bobby Blue Bland – Duke 1956

36. “The Pearls”, Mary-Lou Williams, Brunswick 1940