Christmas Swing – Best Christmas Jazz Songs | Jazz Music

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CHRISTMAS SWING
Christmas Jazz Songs
1. Fats Waller and His Rhythm – Swingin’ Them Jingle Bells (Hancock) (november 29, 1936) 00:00
Herman Autry (trumpet), Gene Sedric (tenor sax and clarinet), Al Casey (guitar), Charles Turner (bass), Slick Jones (drums)
2. Bing Crosby (vocal) – White Christmas (Berlin) (1942) 02:55
acc. by John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra and the Ken Darby Singers
3. Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra – Christmas Night In Harlem (Scott-Parrish) (April 17, 1934) 05:50
featuring Johnny Mercer (voc.) & Jack Teagarden (trombone & voc.)
4. Bessie Smith (voc.) – At The Christmas Ball (traditional) (November 18, 1925) 09:13
acc. by Joe Smith (cornet), Charlie Green (trombone), Fletcher Henderson (piano)
5. Al Bowlly (vocal) – Every Day’s a Holiday (Coslow – Trivers) (December 3, 1937) 12:35
6. Victoria Spivey (vocal) – Christmas Mornin’ Blues (Johnson) (October 28, 1927) 15:05
acc. by Porter Grainger (piano), Lonnie Johnson (guitar)
7. Benny Goodman and His Orchestra – Jingle Bells (Pierpont) (July 1, 1935) 18:23
featuring Benny Goodman (clarinet), Bunny Berigan (trumpet), Arthur Rollini (tenor sax), Gene Krupa (drums), Fletcher Henderson (arranger)
8. Bob Crosby (vocal) and His Orchestra – Let It Snow, Let It Snow (Styne – Cahn) (1944-45) 21:19
9. Red Onion Jazz Babies – Santa Claus Blues (straight – Cahn) (November 26, 1924) 24:14
Louis Armstrong (cornet), Aaron Thompson (trombone), Buster Bailey (clarinet), Lil Armstrong (piano), Buddy Christian (banjo)
10. Count Basie and His Orchestra – Good Morning Blues (Basie – Rushing) (August 9, 1937) 26:54
featuring Jimmy Rushing (vocal), Count Basie (piano), Buck Clayton (trumpet)
11. Benny Carter and His Swing Quintet – Jingle Bells (traditional) (October 19,1936) 30:06
Benny Carter (clarinet & alto sax), Tommy McQuarter (trumpet), Gerry Moore (piano), Albert Harris (guitar), Wally Morris (bass), Al Craig (drums)
12. Louis Prima (trumpet & vocal) and His New Orleans Gang – What Will Santa Claus Say (November 16, 1936) 32:39
13. Clarence Williams’ Trio – Santa Claus Blues (Straight – Cahn) (October 16, 1925) 35:48
Eva Taylor, Clarence Todd (vocal), Clarence Williams (piano & vocal), Louis Armstrong (cornet), Buddy Christian (banjo)
14. Woody Herman and His Orchestra – Let It Snow, Let It Snow (Style – Cahn) (December 10, 1945) 39:06
featuring Woody Herman (clarinet and vocal), Sonny Berman (trumpet), Bill Harris (trombone), Neal Hefti (arranger)
15. Dick Robertson (vocal) – Meet Me Under the Mistletoe (Mysels – Robertson – Cogane) (October 18, 1941) 42:16
16. Ozzie Ware (vocal) – Santa Claus Bring My Man Back (P. Grainger) 45:02
acc. by Duke Ellington’s Hot Five featuring Duke Ellington (piano) and Barney Bigard (clarinet)
17. Dick Robertson (vocal) – I Want You for Christmas (Washington Tobias) (October 19, 1937 ) 48:01
acc. by Bobby Hackett (cornet) and others
18. Woody Herman (clarinet & vocal) and His Orchestra – Santa Claus Is Coming to Town (Gillespie – Coots) (July 31, 1942) 50:51
19. Fats Waller (piano) and His Rhythm – Swingin’ Them Jingle Bells (J. Hancock) (november 29, 1936) 53:25
Herman Autry (trumpet), Gene Sedric (tenor sax and clarinet), Al Casey (guitar), Charles Turner (bass), Slick Jones (drums)
20. Clarence Williams’ Blue Five – Santa Claus Blues (Straight – Cahn) (October 8, 1925) 56:19
Eva Taylor (vocal), Louis Armstrong (cornet), Charlie Irvis (trombone), Buster Bailey (soprano sax), Buddy Christian (banjo), Clarence Williams (piano)
21. Lena Horne (vocal) – Silent Night (Gruber – Mohr) (1944-45) 58:54
acc. by Count Basie (organ), Harry Edison (trumpet) and others
22. Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra – Gin for Christmas (L. Hampton) 1:00:45
Lionel Hampton (drums), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Toots Mondello (alto sax), Ben Webster, Jerry Jerome (tenor sax), Clyde Hart (piano), Al Casey (guitar), Artie Bernstein (bass)

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