The Jazz Museum on KBOO

My radio show, The Jazz Museum, returned to the airwaves on Wednesday, September 7 at 2pm via KBOO, Portland, 90.7 FM. Here is the playlist for an all-Louis Armstrong show as requested by regular host, Bob Riddle – thanks, Bob! 

Timings are approximate but the order is correct!

02:00PM-02:02PM (2:41) King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band “Just Gone” from Dipper Mouth Blues (In Chronological Order 1923) (CD, Album, Jazz) on HotJazz — April 5, 1923

02:04PM-02:07PM (3:15) Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra “Shanghai Shuffle” from Fletcher Henderson Chronological Classics 1924 (CD, Album, Jazz) — October 13, 1924

02:08PM-02:10PM (2:58) Clarence Williams’ Blue Five “Cake Walkin’ Babies From Home” from (CD, Album, Jazz) — January 8, 1925

02:11PM-02:14PM (3:00) Louis Armstrong “Weary Blues (feat. Louis Armstrong)” from Chronological Classics 1926-27 (CD, Album, Jazz) — May 11, 1927

02:14PM-02:17PM (3:15) Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five “West End Blues” from Ken Burns Jazz – The Story of America’s Music (CD, Album, Jazz) on Columbia/Legacy — June 28, 1928

02:17PM-02:20PM (3:27) Louis Armstrong “Mahogany Hall Stomp” from Chronological Classics 1929-30 (CD, Album, Jazz) — March 5, 1929

02:21PM-02:23PM (2:57) Louis Armstrong “St Louis Blues” from St. Louis Blues vol.VI – Columbia Jazz Masterpieces (CD, Album, Jazz) — December 1929

02:26PM-02:29PM (3:09) Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra “I’m a Ding Dong Daddy from Dumas” from Chronological Classics 1930-31 (CD, Album, Jazz) on Hot Record Society — July 21, 1930

02:29PM-02:32PM (3:23) Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra “Shine” from Chronological Classics 1930-31 (CD, Album, Jazz) on Hot Record Society — March 9, 1931

02:32PM-02:35PM (3:14) Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra “Blue Again” from Chronological Classics 1930-31 (CD, Album, Jazz) on Hot Record Society — April 28, 1931

02:35PM-02:38PM (3:37) Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra “Stardust” from The Okeh, Columbia & RCA Victor Recordings 1925-1933 Disc 8 (CD, Album, Jazz) — November 4, 1931

02:39PM-02:41PM (2:52) Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra “Swing That Music” from Chronological Classics 1936-37 (CD, Album, Jazz) — May 18, 1936

02:43PM-02:47PM (4:18) Martin Block Swing Session “The Blues” from Fats Waller & Louis Armstrong (CD, Album, Jazz) — December 14, 1938

02:48PM-02:51PM (3:00) Louis Armstrong & his Orchestra “Basin Street Blues” from Louis Armstrong at the Cotton Club 1939-1940 (CD, Album, Jazz) on Ambassador

02:52PM-02:55PM (3:17) Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra “Lazy ‘Sippi Steamer” from Chronological Classics 1939-40 (CD, Album, Jazz) — March 14, 1940

02:56PM-02:58PM (2:47) Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra “Among My Souvenirs” from Chronological Classics 1940-42 (CD, Album, Jazz) — April 17, 1942

03:03PM-03:05PM (2:24) ABC Broadcast Transcription “Esquire Blues” from Esquire Jazz Concert 1944 (CD, Album, Jazz) — January 16, 1944

03:09PM-03:12PM (3:38) V-Disc All-Star Jam Session “Jack-Armstrong Blues” from Midnights At V-Disc (CD, Album, Jazz) — December 7, 1944

03:13PM-03:17PM (4:31) Esquire All-American 1946 Award Winners “Long, Long Journey” from Chronological Classics 1944-46 (CD, Album, Jazz) — January 10, 1946

03:18PM-03:20PM (2:59) Louis Armstrong And His All Stars “Fifty – Fifty Blues” from Chronological Classics 1947 (CD, Album, Jazz) — June 10, 1947

03:21PM-03:24PM (3:07) Louis Armstrong and The All Stars “A Kiss To Build A Dream On” from Chronological Classics 1951-52 (CD, Album, Jazz) — April 23, 1951

03:25PM-03:28PM (3:12) Louis Armstrong And Ella Fitzgerald With Dave Barbour’s Orchestra “Oops!” from Chronological Classics 1951-52 (CD, Album, Jazz) — November 23, 1951

03:28PM-03:31PM (3:58) Louis Armstrong And His All Stars “Wild Man Blues” from The Complete Decca Studio Recordings of Louis Armstrong and the All Stars – CD 5 (CD, Album, Jazz) — January 24, 1957

03:32PM-03:37PM (5:30) Louis Armstrong and The All Stars “Otchi-tchor-ni-ya” from Chronological Classics 1954 (CD, Album, Jazz) — October 8, 1958

03:38PM-03:40PM (2:30) Louis Armstrong with Sy Oliver’s Orchestra “Ezekiel Saw Da Wheel” from Louis And The Good Book (CD, Album, Jazz) — February 7, 1958

03:43PM-03:46PM (3:00) Louis Armstrong & His All Stars “Now You Has Jazz” from Olympia April 24th 1962 (CD, Album, Jazz, 2002) on delta — April 24, 1962

03:50PM-03:53PM (3:00) Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington “Drop Me Off In Harlem” from Recording Together For The First Time (LP, Album, Jazz) on Roulette (usa) — April 4, 1961

03:54PM-03:57PM (3:00) Louis Armstrong & His All Stars “Hello Dolly” from Satchmo At The National Press Club (CD, Album, Jazz) — January 29, 1971

AND! Here is the show to listen again! Skip the first 5 minutes :

http://kboo.org/media/52391-jazz-afternoon-090716