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box 1, folder 1

Various Artists 1947-1956

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Artist and song title information

Contains:

  1. "Answer Me, My Love" and "Why" by Nat "King" Cole, Capitol Records catalog number: 2687
  2. "Unforgettable" and "My First and My Last Love" by Nat "King" Cole, Capitol Records catalog number: 1808
  3. "Song of Delilah" and "Because of Rain" by Nat "King" Cole, Capitol Records catalog number: 1501
  4. "Can't I" and "Blue Gardenia" by Nat "King" Cole, Capitol Records catalog number: 2389
  5. "Cheryl" and "Bird Gets the Worm" by Charlie Parker All Stars, Savoy Records catalog number: 952
  6. "Goin to Mintons" and "Half-Nelson" by Miles Davis and Charlie Parker, Savoy Records catalog number: 951
  7. "Makin' Whoopee" and "Motel" by Gerry Mulligan Quartet, Pacific Jazz catalog number: 604
  8. "Nights at the Turntable" and 'Frenesi" by Gerry Mulligan Quartet, Pacific Jazz catalog number: 602
  9. "Lullaby of the Leaves" and "Bernie's Tune" by Gerry Mulligan Quartet, Pacific Jazz catalog number: 601
  10. "Aren't You Glad You're You" and "Freeway" by Gerry Mulligan Quartet, Pacific Jazz catalog number: 607
box 1, folder 2

George Shearing 1949-1951

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contains

  1. "I'll Remember April" and "Jumping with Symphony Sid" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 10687
  2. "I Didn't Know What Time It Was" and "How's Trix?" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 10720
  3. "I Remember You" and "The Breeze and I" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 10986
  4. "Roses of Picardy" and "Pick Yourself Up" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 10859
  5. "The Continental" and "Nothing But D. Best" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 10596
  6. "In A Chinese Garden (Part 1)" and "In A Chinese Garden (Part 2)" by George Shearing Quintet. MGM Records catalog number: 10647
  7. "Moon Over Miami" and "Life With Feather" by George Shearing Quintet, Discovery catalog number: 103
  8. "When Your Lover Has Gone" and "Carnegie Horizons" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 10763
  9. "Little White Lies" and "For You" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 10907
box 1, folder 3

Various Artists 1908-1920

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Artist and Song Title Information
  1. "Hansel and Gretel - Hexenritt and Knusperwalzer" by Alma Gluck - Louise Homer, Victrola catalog number: 87526
  2. "Spanish Dance" and "Liebesfreud" by Alexander Debruille, Pathe catalog number: 020755
  3. "Anitra's Dance" by Toscha Seidel, Columbia Graphophone Company catalog number: 79835
box 2, folder 1

Various Artists 1945-1955

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Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Bottoms Up" and "Ghost Of A Chance" by Illinois Jacquet and his All Stars, Apollo Records catalog number: 756
  2. "Pastel" and "All Of Me" by Illinois Jacquet and his Orchestra, Mercury Records catalog number: 8941
  3. "Don't Blame Me" and "Jacquet Blues" by Illinois Jacquet, Savoy Records catalog number: 651
  4. "Adams' Alley" and "Black Velvet" by Illinois Jacquet and his Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 22-0027
  5. "Robbins' Nest" and "Jacquet Mood" by Illinois Jacquet and his All Stars, Apollo Records catalog number: 769
  6. "Don't Blame Me" and "Girl Of My Dreams" by illinois Jacquet All Stars, Savoy Records catalog number: 620
  7. "Jazz At The Philharmonic, Vol.4 Blues, Pt. 1" and "Jazz At The Philharmonic, Vol.4 Blues, Pt.2" by Norman Granz, Disc Asch Recordings catalog number: 6024
  8. "Blow Illinois Blow" and "Illinois Blows the Blues" by Illinois Jacquet and jis All Stars, Aladdin Records catalog number: 3001
  9. "Bell-Boy Blues, Pt. 1" and "Bell-Boy Blues, Pt. 2" by Norman Granz Jazz at The Philharmonic, Clef Records catalog number: 2001
box 2, folder 2

Sarah Vaughan 1948-1955

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Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "You're Mine, You" and "The Nearness Of You" by Sarah Vaughan, Columbia Records catalog number: 50046
  2. "I Love The Guy" and "Thinking Of You" by Sarah Vaughan, Columbia Records catalog number: 38925
  3. "Tonight I Shall Sleep (With A Smile On My Face)" and "While You Are Gone" by Sarah Vaughan, Columbia Records catalog number: 38512
  4. "Street Of Dreams" and "Time To Go" by Sarah Vaughan, Columbia Records catalog number: 39789
  5. "The Man I Love" and "Once In A While" by Sarah Vaughan, MGM Records catalog number: 10549
  6. 'And This Is My Beloved" and "Easy Come, Easy Go Lover" by Sarah Vaughan, Columbia Records catalog number: 70299
  7. "Our Very Own" and "Don't Be Afraid" by Sarah Vaughan, Columbia Records catalog number: 38860
  8. "The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else)" and "What A Difference A Day Made" by Sarah Vaughan, Musicraft catalog number: 552
box 2, folder 3

Various Artists 1937-1953

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Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Kissing Bug" and "Mood To Be Wooed " by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, Victor Records catalog number: 20-1670
  2. "Passion Flower" and "Going Out The Back Way" by Johnny Hodges and Orchestra, Victor Records catalog number: 20-2822
  3. "Beale Street Blues" and "Transblucency" by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Victor Records catalog number 20-2326
  4. "The Slip Of The Lip" and "Sentimental Lady" by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, Victor Records catalog number: 20-1528
  5. "Sophisticated Lady" and "Stormy Weather" by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, Columbia Records catalog number: 35556
  6. "Day Dream" and "Junior Hop" by Johnny Hodges and Orchestra, Victor Records catalog number:20-2541
  7. "The Minor Goes Muggin' - Fox Trot" and "Tonight I Shall Sleep" by Tommy Dorsey with Duke Ellington, Victor Records catalog number: 45-0002
  8. "Magenta Haze" and "Tulip or Turnip" by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Musicraft catalog number: 483
  9. "You Of All People" and "The Creole Love Call" by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Columbia Records catalog number: 38606
  10. "Satin Doll" and "Without A Song" by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra. Capitol Records catalog number 2458
  11. 'Take The A Train " and 'The Sidewalks Of New York" by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, Victor Records catalog number: 27380
  12. "Caravan" and "Azure" by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, Columbia Records catalog number: 36120
box 3 , folder 1

Billy Eckstine 1946-1950

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Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Fool's Paradise" and "You're Wonderful" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10562
  2. "Lost In A Dream" and "Sitting By The Window" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10602
  3. "The Wildest Gal In Town" and "On The Boulevard Of Memories" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10069
  4. "I Love You" and "Good-Bye" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10472
  5. "True" and "I'll Never Make The Same Mistake Again" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10123
  6. "Oh Come, All Ye Faithful" and "Oh, Holy Night" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10525
  7. "Intrigue" and "I'm Out To Forget Tonight" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10154
  8. "Caravan" and "A Senorita's Bouquet" by Billy Eckstine, MGM records catalog number: 10368
  9. "Gloomy Sunday" and "In The Still Of The Night" by Billy Eckstine, National Records catalog number: 9037
  10. "I've Got To Pass Your House To Get To My House" and "It Ain't Like That No More" by Billy Eckstine, National Records catalog number: 9020
box 3 , folder 2

Various Artists 1947-1951

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Contains

  1. "Dinah" and "Once In Awhile" by Reinhold Svensson Quintet, New Jazz Record Company catalog number: NJ 824
  2. "Barbara's Carol" and "You Stepped Out Of A Dream" by Barbara Carroll Trio, Discovery catalog number: 129
  3. "Laura" and "Indiana" by Dave Brubeck Trio, Coronet catalog number: 103
  4. "Blue Moon" and "Tea For Two" by Dave Brubeck Trio, Coronet catalog number: 104
  5. "Singing In The Rain" and "I'll Remember April" by The Dave Brubeck Trio, Fantasy catalog number: 502
  6. "Stairway To The Stars" and "Opus Caprice" by Al Haig Trio, New Jazz Record Co. catalog number: NJ 823
  7. "Everything Happens To Me" and "Indiana" by The Bud Powell Trio, Roost Records catalog number: 518
  8. "You Stepped Out Of A Dream" and "Lullaby In Rhythm" by The Dave Brubeck Trio, Fantasy catalog number: 501
  9. "A Foggy Day" and "Lyons Busy" by The Dave Brubeck Quartet, Fantasy catalog number: 518
  10. "Liza" and "Stars Fell On Alabama" by Al Haig Trio, New Jazz Record Co.catalog number: NJ 822
box 3 , folder 3

George Shearing 1949-1951

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Artist and Song Title Information

Contains

  1. "The Fourth Deuce" and "The Nearness Of You" by The George Shearing Trio, London Records catalog number: 487
  2. "Good To The Last Bop" and "You Are Too Beautiful" by George Shearing Trio. MGM Records catalog number: 10487
  3. "September In The Rain" and "Bop, Look And Listen" by George Shearing Quintette, MGM Records catalog number: 10426
  4. "To Be Or Not To Bop" and "Poinciana" by The George Shearing Trio, London Records catalog number: 444
  5. "I Only Have Eyes For You" and "Consternation" by The George Shearing Trio, London Records catalog number: 412
  6. "The Man From Minton's" and "Someone To Watch Over Me" by The George Shearing Trio, London Records catalog number: 547
  7. "East Of The Sun" and "Conception" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 10530
  8. "Sophisticated Lady" and "Bop's Your Uncle" by George Shearing, Savoy Records catalog number: 718
  9. "Sweet And Lovely" and "When Darkness Falls" by George Shearing With Rhythm Accomp., Savoy Records catalog number: 708
  10. "So Rare" and Cozy's Bop" by George Shearing, Savoy Records catalog number: 689
box 4, folder 1

Nat King Cole Trio 1944-1949

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Contains

  1. "Portrait Of Jenny" and "An Old Piano Plays The Blues" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 15387
  2. "I Realize Now" and "Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good To You" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 169
  3. "I've Only Myself To Blame" and "The Geek" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 15036
  4. "My Lips Remember Your Kisses" and "F.S.T." by King Cole Trio, Atlas Records Company catalog number: KC 100
  5. "I Tho't You Ought To Know" and "I'm A Shy Guy" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 208
  6. "Pitchin' Up A Boogie" and "I'm Lost" by King Cole Trio, Excelsior Record Company catalog number: BC 104
  7. "I Miss You So" and "I Think You Get What I Mean" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 444
  8. "You Don't Learn That In School" and "Meet Me At No Special Place" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 393
  9. "You Should Have Told Me" and "I Want To Thank Your Folks" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 356
  10. "The Frim Fram Sauce" and "Come To Baby, Do!" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 224
  11. "Sweet Georgia Brown" and "It Is Better To Be Yourself" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 239
box 4, folder 2

Billy Eckstine 1947-1951

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Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Mr. B's Blues" and "I'm Falling For You" and Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10208
  2. "No Orchids For My Lady" and "Bewildered" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10340
  3. "Body And Soul" and "If Love Is Trouble" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10501
  4. "Temptation" and "Crying" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10458
  5. "I'll Be Faithful" and "Everything I Have Is Yours" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10259
  6. "Fool That I Am" and "Two Loves I Have" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10097
  7. "Bring Back The Thrill" and "I Apologize" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10903
  8. "Baby Won't You Say You Love Me" and "Free" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10643
  9. "Night After Night" and "A New Shade Of Blues" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10422
box 4, folder 3

Billy Eckstine 1946-1953

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Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "My Silent Love" and "In A Sentimental Mood" by Billy Eckstine & His Orchestra, National Records Company catalog number: 9060
  2. "I Want To Talk About You" and "I'll Wait And Pray" by Billy Eckstine And His Orchestra, Miltone Records catalog number: 2003
  3. 'You Call It Madness But I Call It Love" and "Tell Me Pretty Baby" by Billy Eckstine And His Orchestra, National Records Company catalog number: 9019
  4. "I'm In The Mood For Love" and "Long Long Journey" by Billy Eckstine And His Orchestra, National Records Company catalog number: 9016
  5. "Prisoner Of Love" and "All I Sing Is Blues" by Billy Eckstine And His Orchestra, National Records Company catalog number: 9017
  6. "All The Things You Are" and "Don't Take Your Love From Me" by Billy Eckstine And His Orchestra, National Records Company catalog number: 9023
  7. "Say It Isn't So" and "Without A Song" by Billy Eckstine And His Orchestra, National Records Company catalog number: 9061
  8. "If That's The Way You Feel" and "Blowing The Blues Away" by Billy Eckstine And His Orchestra, DeLuxe Records catalog number 3001
  9. "Coquette" and "A Fool In Love" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 11439
  10. "Out In The Cold Again" and "Once" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 11073
box 5, folder 1

Various Artists 1942-1949

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Contains

  1. "Time On My Hands" and "I Love The Loveliness Of You" by Billy Eckstine And His Orchestra, National Records Company catalog number: 9030
  2. "Solitude" and "I Do - Do You?" by Billy Eckstine, National Records Company catalog number: 9086
  3. "She's Got Blues For Sale" and "All Of Me" by Billy Eckstine, National Records Company catalog number: 9041
  4. "Jelly - Jelly" and "My Deep Blue Dream" by Billy Eckstine and his Orchestra, National Records Company catalog number: 9021
  5. "Lonesome Lover Blues" and "Last Night" by Billy Eckstine and Orchestra, National Records Company catalog number: 9015
  6. "Blue" and "2nd Balcony Jump" by Billy Eckstine and his Orchestra, National Records Company catalog number: 9018
  7. "Good Jelly Blues" and "I Stay In The Mood For You" by Billy Eckstine with Deluxe All Star Band, DeLuxe Records catalog number:109
  8. "The Real Thing Happened To Me" and "Opus X" by Billy Eckstine and his Orchestra, DeLuxe Records catalog number: 3002
  9. "Second Balcony Jump" and "My Heart Beats For You" by Earl Hines and his Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-2636
  10. "Jelly, Jelly - Blues" and "Boogie Woogie On St. Louis Blues" by Earl Hines and his Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-1757
box 5, folder 2

Various Artists 1947-1955

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Contains

  1. "Unchained Melody" and "Day Break" by Al Hibber, Decca Records catalog number: 29441
  2. "It's Monday Every Day" and "Air Conditioned Jungle" by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Columbia Records catalog number: 38165
  3. "Danny Boy" and "Song Of The Wanderer" by Al Hibber, Atlantic Records catalog number: 911
  4. "Please" and "Believe It Beloved" by Al Hibber and Johnny Hodges and his Orchestra, Mercury Records catalog number: 89011
  5. "Off Shore" and "Don't You Do It" by Earl Bostic and his Orchestra, King catalog number: 4683
  6. "Why Don't You Haul Off And Love Me" and "Is That All I Mean To You" by Bull Moose Jackson and his Buffalo Bearcats, King catalog number: 4322
  7. "I Love You Yes I Do" and "Sneaky Pete" by Bull Moose Jackson and his Buffalo Bearcats, King catalog number: 4181
  8. "Oklahoma Blues" and "With My Eyes Wide Open I'm Dreaming" by Patti Page Quartet, Mercury Records catalog number: 5344
  9. "Moosey" and "LIttle Girl Don't Cry" by Bull Moose Jackson And His Buffalo Bearcats, King catalog number: 4288
  10. "What's The Score?" and "Body And Soul" by Herb Jeffries with Buddy Baker and his Orchestra, Exclusive Records catalog number: 217
box 5, folder 3

Various Artists 1945-1948

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Contains

  1. "After Hours" and "Cherry" by Erskine Hawkins and his Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-2285
  2. "Strange Interlude" and "Hallelujah" by Teddy Wilson, Musicraft catalog number: 370
  3. "Far Cry" and "Li'l Dog" by Buddy Johnson and his Orchestra, Decca Records catalog number: 48076
  4. Opening "King Cole Trio", "Bellboy" and "Jack The Bellboy, Slow Down" on Audiodisc recording (blank)
  5. [Unlabeled]
  6. "Nocturn" by Sonny Berman Big Eight and "Thermodynamics" by Howard McGhee Quartet, DIal Records catalog number: 1020
  7. "Big Deal" by Charlie Ventura Quartette and "My Jo-ann" by Vido Musso Big Seven, Savoy Records catalog number: 622
  8. "Vot's Dot" by Allen Eager Quartette and "September In The Rain" by Don Byas Quartette, Savoy Records catalog number: 621
  9. "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" by Charlie Kennedy Quintette and "Dexter Rides Again" by Dextern Gordon Quintette, Savoy Records catalog number: 623
box 6, folder 1

Various Artists circa 1946-1952, undated

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Contains

  1. "Mischievous Lady" and "Ghost Of A Chance" by Dexter Gordon Quintet, Dial Records catalog number: 1018
  2. "Lullaby In Rhythm" and "Talk Of The Town" by Dexter Gordon, Dial Records catalog number: 1038
  3. "Easy Living" by Wardell Gray and "Twisted" by Al Haig Quartet With Wardell Gray, New Jazz Record Company catalog number: NJ 817
  4. "A Sinner Kissed An Angel" and "Grayhound" by Wardell Gray, Prestige catalog number: 723
  5. "Sweet Lorraine" and "South Side" by Wardell Gray, New Jazz Record Company catalog number: NJ 828
  6. "Lover Man" and "Farmer's Market" by Wardell Gray, Prestige catalog number: 770
  7. "I Can't Get Started (Part 1)" and "I Can't Get Started (Part 2)" by Georgie Auld And Orchestra, Apollo Records catalog number: 763
  8. "Manhattan" and "Solitaire" by Georgie Auld, Coral Records Inc. catalog number: 60612
  9. "The Man With The Horn" and "Country Girl Blues" by Chris Powell And The Five Blue Flames, Columbia Records catalog number: 39272
  10. "Ellington Echoes - Part 1" and "Ellington Echoes - Part 2" by Eddie Miller With Gordon Jenkins and His Chorus and Orchestra, Decca Records Co. catalog number: 27603
box 6, folder 2

Various Artists circa 1940-1948

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  1. "Stuffy" and "It's The Talk Of The Town" by Coleman Hawkins' Orchestra, Capitol Records catalog number: 15254
  2. "Body And Soul" and "Fine Dinner" by Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-2539
  3. "My Ideal" and "Mop Mop" by Coleman Hawkins with Leonard Feather's All Stars, Commodore Music Shop catalog number: 548
  4. "Porgy" and "Pick-Up-Boys" by Auld - Hawkins - Webster Saxtet, Apollo Records, Inc. catalog number: 754
  5. "Bu-Dee-Daht" and "Yesterdays" by Coleman Hawkins and Orchestra, Apollo Records Inc. catalog number: R 1001
  6. "Star Dust" and "Well, All Right Then!" by Coleman Hawkins With Freddy Johnson At The Piano, Decca Records catalog number: 18251
  7. "You Were Meant For Me" and "Under A Blanket Of Blue" by Leslie Scott With Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-2745
  8. "Imagination" and "Cattin' At Keynote" by Coleman Hawkins Quartet, Keynote Recordings catalog number: 612
  9. "Lost In A Fog" by Coleman Hawkins With Stanley Black At The Piano; and "I Ain't Got Nobody (and Nobody Cares for Me)" by Coleman Hawkins with Buck Washington at the Piano, Decca Records catalog number: 18252
  10. "Look Here" and "I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance with You" by Cozy Cole's All Stars, Continental Records Co. catalog number: S-3276
box 6, folder 3

Various Artists circa 1945-1949

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  1. "Barney Google" and "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" by Charlie Ventura and his Bop for the People, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-3467
  2. "Whatta Ya Say We Go" and "Body And Soul" by Charlie Ventura and his Bop for the People, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-3396
  3. "Dark Eyes" and "Ever So Thoughtful" by Charles Ventura Quartet, Savoy Records catalog number: 569
  4. "If I Had You" and "Euphoria" by Charlie Ventura and his All-Stars, National Records catalog number: 9055
  5. "I'll Never Be The Same" and "East Of Suez" by Charlie Ventura and his Great Combo, National Records catalog number: 9048
  6. "Charlie Boy" and "I Don't Know Why I Love You Like I Do" by Charlie Venturo and the Lantern Five, Lamplighter Records catalog number: 106
  7. "How High The Moon" by Don Byas Quintette; and "Ko Ko" by Charlie Parker's Ri Bop Boys, Savoy Records catalog number: 597
  8. "Stormy Weather" and "Humoresque" by Don Byas Quintet, Dial Records catalog number: 1023
  9. "Laura" and "Dark Eyes" by The Don Byas Quartet, American Record catalog number: 1001
  10. "Candy" and "Byas-A-Drink" by Don Byas Quintette, Savoy Records catalog number: 574
box 7, folder 1

Various Artists circa 1948-1953, undated

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Contains

  1. "The Flight" by James Moody and his Quartet; and "I'm In The Mood For Love" by James Moody and His Band, Prestige Record Co. catalog number: 703
  2. "All God's Children (Got Rhythm)" by Sonny Stitt Quartet; and "Sunset" by Sonny Stitt, Prestige catalog number: 705
  3. "Tropicana" and "The Fuller Bop Man" by James Moody And His Bop Men, Blue Note catalog number: 553
  4. "Moody And Soul" and "Stardust" by James Moody Quartet, Prestige Records Inc. catalog number: 841
  5. "Lester Leaps In" and "Out Of Nowhere" by James Moody And His Band, Prestige catalog number: 701
  6. "Count Every Star" and "Nice Work If You Can Get It" by Sonny Stitt, Prestige catalog number: 718
  7. "After You've Gone" and "Our Very Own" by Sonny Stitt, Prestige catalog number: 727
  8. "Ain't Misbehaven" and "Later (Comes the Blues)" by Sonny Stitt Quartet, Prestige catalog number: 704
  9. "Afternoon In Paris" and "Tea Pot" by Sonny Stitt and his Band, New Jazz Record Company catalog number: NJ 820
  10. "Prelude To A Kiss" and "Bop In B Flat" by The Four Bops, Castle Records Co. catalog number: 503
box 7, folder 2

Lester Young circa 1944-1952, undated

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Contains

  1. "Polka Dots and Moonbeams" and "Up '[N Ad]am" by Lester Young Quartet, Mercury Records catalog number: 8927
  2. "I Can't Get Started" and "On The Sunny Side Of The Street" by The Lester Young Quintet, Mercury Records catalog number: 89045
  3. "Sax-O-Be-Bop" and "On The Sunny Side Of The Street" by Lester Young And His Sextet, Aladdin catalog number: 164
  4. "East Of The Sun - West Of The Moon" and "Sheik Of Araby" by Lester Young And His Quartet, Aladdin catalog number: 3016
  5. "Jumping With Symphony Sid" and "No Eyes Blues" by Lester Young And His Sextet, Aladdin catalog number: 163
  6. "Three Little Words" and "Neenah" by Lester Young and His Orchestra, Mercury Records catalog number: 8934
  7. "Lover Come Back To Me" and "Jammin' With Lester" by Lester Young And His Band, Aladdin catalog number: A128
  8. "I Never Knew" and "Just You, Just Me" by Lester Young Quartet, Keynote Recordings catalog number: 603
  9. "It's Only A Paper Moon" and "After You've Gone" by Lester Young And His Band, Philo Recording catalog number: P127
box 7, folder 3

Various Artists circa 1945-1951

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  1. "Boplicity" and "Israel" by Miles Davis And His Orchestra, Capitol Records catalog number: 57-60011
  2. "Budo" and "Move" by Miles Davis And His Orchestra, Capitol Records catalog number: 15404
  3. "How High The Moon" and "The Moon Is Low" by Bill Harris with Orchestra conducted by Sonny Burke, Capitol Records catalog number: 57-60004
  4. "Everything Happens To Me" and "Frustration" by Bill Harris And His New Music, Keynote Recordings catalog number: K-634
  5. "I Blowed And Gone" and "Laura" by Harry Edison Quintet, Philo Recordings catalog number: P119
  6. "Stardust" by Howard McGhee and his Band; and "My Love Comes Tumbling" by 'Cousin' Joe with Leonard Feather's Hiptet, Philo Recordings catalog number P115
  7. "Night Mist" and "Dorothy" by Howard McGhee Orhcestra, Dial Records catalog number 1027
  8. "Bird Legs" and "Out Of Nowhere" by [Teddy Edwards], Rex Hollywood catalog number: 25056
  9. "Up In Dodo's Room" and "High Wind In Hollywood" by Howard McGhee Sextet featuring Dodo Marmarosa, Dial Records catalog number: 1010
  10. "Whispering" and "Down" by Miles Davis And His Band. Prestige Records catalog number: 742
box 8, folder 1

[Errol] Garner circa 1945-1950, undated

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  1. "Red Sails In The Sunset" and "Undecided" by [Errol] Garner, Regent catalog number: 1004
  2. "Where Or When" and "Frantonality" by [Errol] Garner, Mercury Records catalog number: 5008
  3. "All Of Me" and "I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance" by [Errol] Garner, Savoy Records catalog number: 724
  4. "I Cover The Waterfront" and "Penthouse Serenade" by [Errol] Garner, Savoy Records catalog number: 688
  5. "Lover Pt.1" and "Lover Pt.2" by [Errol] Garner, Modern Records catalog number: 20-650
  6. "I Only Have Eyes For You" and "I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me" by [Errol] Garner, Savoy Records catalog number: 723
  7. "On The Sunny Side Of The Street" and "Stairway To The Stars" by [Errol] Garner with Rhythm Accompaniment, Portrait Records catalog number: 8500
  8. "If I Loved You" and "For You" by [Errol] Garner and his Trio, Mercury Records catalog number: A-1034
  9. "I Surrender Dear" and "Love Walked In" by [Errol] Garner with Rhythm Accompaniment, Savoy Records catalog number: 701
  10. "Night And Day" and "Movin' Around" by Erroll Garner with Rhythm Accompaniment, Imperial Records catalog number: 5059
box 8, folder 2

Nat King Cole circa 1945-1961

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Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons" and "The Best Man" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 304
  2. "The Christmas Song" and "In The Cool Of Evening" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 311
  3. "You Can't Lose A Broken Heart" and "Here Is My Heart Nalani" by Nat "King" Cole and his Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 57-749
  4. "I Feel So Smoochie" and "What'll I Do" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 15019
  5. "I'm A Shy Guy" and "I Tho't You Ought To Know" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 208
  6. "That's The Beginning Of The End" and "But She's My Buddy's Chick" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 328
  7. "It's The Sentimental Thing To Do" and "Put 'Em In A Box, Tie 'Em With A Ribbon" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 15080
  8. "Lush Life" and "I'd Like To Make A Million (for my Lillian)" by Nat "King" Cole, Capitol Records catalog number: 57-606
  9. "The Greatest Inventor" and "Mona Lisa" by Nat "King" Cole, Capitol Records catalog number: 1010
  10. "Nature Boy" by King Cole; and "Lost April" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 15054
  11. "Darling Je Vous Aime Beaucoup" and "The Sand And The Sea" by Nat "King" Cole, Capitol Records catalog number: 3027
  12. "I Am In Love" and "My Flaming Heart" by Nat "King" Cole, Capitol Records catalog number: 2459
box 8, folder 3

[Errol] Garner circa 1947-1950

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Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "More Than You Know" and "Over The Rainbow" by [Errol] Garner with Rhythm Accompaniment, Regent catalog number: 1014
  2. "Blue And Sentimental" and "Pavanne" by [Errol] Garner, Atlantic Records catalog number: 667
  3. "Body And Soul" and "It's Easy To Remember" by [Errol] Garner, Savoy Records catalog number: 728
  4. "Remember" and "September In The Rain" by Johnny Hartman and [Errol] Garner, Mercury Records catalog number: 5378
  5. "Easy To Remember" and "Home" by [Errol] Garner and Johnny Hartman, Mercury Records catalog number: 8152
  6. "Play Piano Play" and "Fantasy On Frankie and Johnny" by Erroll Garner, Dial Records catalog number: 1026
  7. "Love For Sale" and "Sloe Gin Fizz" by Erroll Garner, Dial Records catalog number: 1031
  8. "September Song" and "Stompin' At The Savoy" by [Errol] Garner, Savoy Records catalog number: 727
  9. "These Foolish Things Remind Me Of You" and "Erroll Garner In Paris" by Erroll Garner, Apollo Records catalog number: 798
  10. "Lover Man" and "What Is This Thing Called Love" by Erroll Garner, Apollo Records catalog number: 797
box 9, folder 1

Various Artists circa 1945-1952, undated

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Contains

  1. "Street of Dreams" by Stan Kenton and his Orchestra; and "Daddy" by June Christy and Stan Kenton with the Kenton Orchestra ,Capitol Records catalog number: 1823
  2. "I Understand" and "Tenorly" by Zoot Sims Quartet, Discovery catalog number: 149
  3. "Isn't It Romantic" and "Key Largo" by Benny Carter and His Orchestra, Mercury Records catalog number: 89026
  4. "Love Is Cynthia" and "Sunday Afternoon" by Benny Carter and His Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-5133
  5. "Malibu" and "I Surrender Dear" by Benny Carter and His Orchestra, Capitol Records catalog number: 200
  6. "Autumn In New York" and "Temptation" by Charlie Parker, Mercury Records catalog number: 11088
  7. "Laura" and "Dancing in the Dark" by Charlie Parker with Strings, Mercury Records catalog number: 11068 (two copies)
  8. "I Want A Little Girl" and "Oh, Lady Be Good" by Count Basie and His Nonet, Mercury Records catalog number: 89033
  9. "My Foolish Heart" and "Don't Do Something to Someone Else" by Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra, Decca Records catalog number: 24830
box 9, folder 2

Various Artists circa 1950-1957, undated

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Contains

  1. "Moonlight Love" and "Chincherinchee" by Perry Como, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-6670
  2. "Love is A Many-Splendored Thing" and "Shine On Harvest Moon" by Four Aces, Decca Records catalog number: 29625
  3. "It Happened Once Before" and "Holiday" by The Four Freshman, Capitol Records catalog number: 2564
  4. "Stardust" and "Young Man With A Horn" by Ray Anthony and his Orchestra, Capitol Records catalog number: 1107
  5. "At Last" and "I'll See You In My Dreams" by Ray Anthony and his Orchestra, Capitol Records catalog number: 1912
  6. "Tell Me Why" and "Garden in the Rain" by Four Aces, Decca Records catalog number: 27860
  7. "Please, Mr. Sun" and "Here I Am - Broken Hearted" by Johnnie Ray with the Four Lads, Columbia catalog number: 39636
  8. "Jing A Ling Jing A Ling" and "La Nina Popof" by Perez Prado y su Orquesta, RCA Victor catalog number: 23-5355
  9. "Que Rico El Mambo" and "Mambo No. 5" by Perez Prado y su Orquesta, RCA Victor catalog number: 23-1546
  10. "Perdon" and "Abandonada" by Trio Los Panchos, Secco Records catalog number: 12026
  11. "Solamente Una Vez" and "Perfidia" by Trio Los Panchos, Columbia Records catalog number: 2450-C
  12. "Love Walked In" and "To Be Alone" by The Hilltoppers, Dot Records catalog number: 15105
box 9, folder 3

Various Artists circa 1943-1948, undated

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Contains

  1. "St. Louis Blues" and "Gloria" by Johnny Moore's Three Blazers, Exclusive Records catalog number" MO-703
  2. "You Taught Me to Love (But Not to Forget)" and "Johnny's Boogie" by Johnny Moore's Three Blazers, Exclusive Records catalog number: 205
  3. "Searching For Love" and "For You" by The Ravens, National Records catalog number: 9039
  4. "Bread and Gravy" and "Little White Lies" by Martha Davis, Jewel Record Co. catalog number: JRC 262
  5. "Wrap It Up, Put It Away (Till Daddy Comes Home From The Army)" and "Soothe Me" by Ernie Andrews, Royal Record Company, catalog number: I
  6. "Don't Cry Baby" and "Sweet Slumber" by Lucky Millinder And His Orchestra, Decca Records catalog number: 18569
  7. "How High The Moon" and "You Turned The Tables On Me" by Ella Fitzgerald, Decca Records catalog number: 24387
  8. "He's A Real Gone Guy" and "Let Me Love You Tonight" by Nellie Lutcher And Her Rhythm, Capitol Records catalog number: 40017
  9. "Fine Brown Frame" and "The Pig-Latin Song" by Nellie Lutcher And Her Rhythm, Capitol Records catalog number: 15032
  10. "Do You Or Don't You Love Me?" and "The Song Is Ended (But The Melody Lingers On)" by Nellie Lutcher And Her Rhythm, Capitol Records catalog number: 40063
box 10, folder 1

Various Artists circa 1947-1955

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Contains

  1. "East of Eden" and "The World Is Mine" by Victor Young And His Singing Strings, Decca Records catalog number: 29523
  2. "The Eighteenth Variation" and "Introduction, Themes And Five Variations" from the Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 43 by William Kapell, RCA Victor catalog number: 10-4210
  3. "Song of the Barefoot Contessa" and "Land of Dreams" by Hugo Winterhalter's Orchestra And Chorus, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-5888
  4. "Slaughter On Tenth Avenue - Part 1" and "Slaughter On Tenth Avenue - Part 2" by Lennie Hayton And The MGM Studio Orchestra, MGM Records catalog number: 30174
  5. "The Song From Moulin Rouge (Where is Your Heart)" and "Swedish Rhapsody (Midsummer Vigil)" by Percy Faith And His Orchestra, Columbia Records catalog number: 39944
  6. "Gigi" and "Shane (The Call of the Far-Away Hills)" by Paul Weston And His Orchestra, Columbia Record catalog number: 40014
  7. "Spellbound" and "A Place In The Sun" by Victor Young And His Orchestra, Decca Records catalog number: 28115
  8. "Gay Spirits" and "How High The Moon" by David Rose and his Orchestra, MGM Records catalog number: 30012
  9. "Bewitched (Bothered and Bewildered)" and "Moon of Manakoora" by David Rose and his Orchestra, MGM Records catalog number: 30120
  10. "The Medic" and "Bella Notte" by Victor Young And His Singing Strings, Decca Records catalog number: 29433
  11. "Deep Purple" and "Rhapsody in Blue" by David Rose and Orchestra, MGM Records catalog number: 30164
box 10, folder 2

Sarah Vaughan circa 1946-1951

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Contains

  1. "Everything I Have Is Yours" and "Body And Soul" by Sarah Vaughan with George Treadwell's Orchestra, Musicraft Records catalog number: 494
  2. "Don't Blame Me" and "Tenderly" by Sarah Vaughan with George Treadwell's Orchestra. Musicraft Records catalog number: 504
  3. "I Cover The Waterfront" and "I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You" by Sarah Vaughan with George Treadwell's Orchestra, Musicraft Records catalog number: 503
  4. "Penthouse Serenade" and "I've Got A Crush On You" by Sarah Vaughan, Musicraft Records catalog number: 505
  5. "Deep Purple" and "These Things I Offer You" by Sarah Vaughan, Orchestra under the direction of Percy Faith, Columbia catalog number: 39370
  6. "Black Coffee" and "As You Desire Me" by Sarah Vaughan Orchestra under the direction of Joe Lipman, Columbia catalog number: 38462
  7. "A Hundred Years From Today" by Georgie Auld and his Orchestra featuring vocal by Sarah Vaughan; and " (Get Your Kicks on) Route 66" by George Auld and his Orchestra, Musicraft Records catalog number: 15072
  8. "I'm Through With Love" and "Lover Man" by Sarah Vaughan with George Treadwell's Orchestra, Musicraft Records catalog number: 499
  9. "Trouble Is A Man" and "I Feel So Smoochie" by Sarah Vaughan with Ted Dale and Orchestra, Musicraft Records catalog number: 533
  10. "Don't Worry About Me" by Sarah Vaughan with Teddy Wilson Octet; and "September Song" by Sarah Vaughan with Teddy Wilson Quartet, Musicraft Records catalog number: 500
box 10, folder 3

Various Artists circa 1948-1955

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Contains

  1. "I'll Remember April" and "Get Happy" by June Christy with orchestra conducted by Pete Rugolo, Capitol Records catalog number: 774
  2. "Why Do You Have To Go Home" and "You're Makin' Me Crazy" by June Christy with orchestra conducted by Pete Rugolo, Capitol Records catalog number: 2664
  3. "How High The Moon" and "Interlude" by Stan Kenton and his Orchestra, Capitol Records catalog number: 15177
  4. "Why Tell A Lie" and "Moonlight In Vermont" by Jerri Adams with Percy Faith and his Orchestra, Columbia Records catalog number: 40107
  5. "The Isle of Skye" and "Moonlight In Vermont" by Margaret Whiting with orchestra conducted by Lou Busch, Capitol Records catalog number: 2681
  6. "You Were Only Fooling (While I Was Falling In Love)"by Kay Starr with orchestra; and "A Faded Summer Love" by Kay Starr with Dave Cavanaugh's Music, Capitol Records catalog number: 15226
  7. "The Blue Bells of Broadway" and "I Speak To The Stars" by Doris Day, Columbia Records catalog number: 40210
  8. "Secret Love" and "The Deadwood Stage (Whip-Crack-Away!)" by Doris Day, Columbia Records catalog number: 40108
box 11, folder 1

Erroll Garner circa 1947-1951

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Contains

  1. "Six P.M." and "Lotus Blues" by [Errol] Garner, Fanfare Music catalog number: 110
  2. "Deep Purple" and "Relaxin' At Sugar Rays'" by Erroll Garner, Roost Records catalog number: 604
  3. "All The Things You Are" and "George's Boogie" by [Errol] Garner, Savoy Records catalog number: 739
  4. "Trees" and "I'll Be Seeing You" by Erroll Garner, Atlantic catalog number: 674
  5. "Loose Nut" and "Love Is The Strangest Game" by Erroll Garner, Dial Records catalog number: D-1095
  6. "Confessin' (That I Love You)" and "Stormy Weather" by [Errol] Garner, Savoy Records catalog number: 757
box 11, folder 2

Erroll Garner circa 1945-1950, undated

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Contains

  1. "Flamingo" and "Twilight" by Erroll Garner, Atlantic Records catalog number: 662
  2. "Skylark" and "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" by Erroll Garner, Atlantic Records catalog number: 666
  3. "Reverie" and "Impressions" by Erroll Garner, Atlantic Records catalog number: 665
  4. "Tenderly" and "Someone to Watch Over Me" by Errol Garner, Modern Records catalog number: 20-692
  5. "Rosalie" and "Everything Happens To Me" by [Errol] Garner with rhythm accompaniment, Portrait Records catalog number: 8501
  6. "Cottage For Sale" and "I'm In The Mood For Love" by [Errol] Garner, Savoy Records catalog number: 725
  7. "Laura" and "Somebody Loves Me" by [Errol] Garner, Savoy Records catalog number: 571
  8. "Trio" and "Pastel" by Erroll Garner Trio, Dial Records catalog number: 1016
box 11, folder 3

Various Artists circa 1945-1949

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Contains

  1. "Three Minutes On 52nd Street" and "Midnight Sun" by Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra, Decca Records catalog number: 24429
  2. "How High The Moon" by Lionel Hampton and his Quintet; and "Ribs And Hot Sauce" by Lionel Hampton And His Sextet, Decca Records catalog number: 24513
  3. "Hamp's Got A Duke" and "Gone Again" by Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra, Decca Records catalog number: 24248
  4. "I Miss You So" and "One Little Tear Is An Ocean" by Lionel Hampton And His Sextet, Decca Records catalog number: 24181
  5. "I Want To Be Loved (But Only by You)" and "Limehouse Blues" by Lionel Hampton And His Hamptonians, Decca Records, catalog number: 23879
  6. "I Can't Get Started" and "Good Bait" by Dizzy Gillespie, Manor Records catalog number: 1042
  7. "Adam Blew His Hat" and "Reminiscing Mood" by Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra, Decca Records catalog number: 24105
  8. "Manteca" and "Cool Breeze" by Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-3023
  9. "Ool-Ya-Koo" and "Good Bait" by Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-2878
  10. "All The Things You Are" and "Dizzy Atmosphere" by Dizzy Gillespie Sextet, Musicraft catalog number: 488
  11. "Lover, Come Back To Me" and "Guarachi Guaro" by Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-3370
box 12, folder 1

Various Artists circa 1944-1948

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Contains

  1. "I Surrender Dear" and "Kat's Fur" by Ben Webster, Savoy catalog number: 580
  2. "Worried And Blue" and "Riffin And Jivin" by Don Byas, Savoy catalog number: 582
  3. "What Do You Want With My Heart" and "Don's Idea" by Don Byas, Savoy catalog number: 552
  4. "Ridin The Riff" and "Flat Rock" by Coleman Hawkins with Cozy Cole Orchestra, Savoy catalog number: 583
  5. "On The Sunny Side Of The Street" and "Stompin At The Savoy" by Coleman Hawkins with Cozy Cole's All Stars, Savoy catalog number: 550
  6. "Back Home Again In Indiana" and "Lester's Blues" by Lester Young, Savoy catalog number: 581
  7. "I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance" and "Lester's Savoy Jump" by Lester Young and Rhythm Section, Savoy catalog number: 551
  8. "Honeysuckle Rose" and "Blue Skies" by Ben Webster, Savoy catalog number: 553
  9. "Body And Soul" and "Talk To Me" by Cozy Cole and his Orchestra, Savoy catalog number: 501
  10. "(I Don't Stand) A Ghost Of A Chance (With You)" and "Everybody Eats When They Come To My House" by Cab Calloway and his Orchestra, Columbia catalog number: 38171
box 12, folder 2

Various Artists circa 1945-1949

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Contains

  1. "Bongo Bop" by Charlie Parker Quintet and "Embraceable You" by Charlie Parker, Dial Records catalog number: 1024
  2. "Scrapple From The Apple" and "Don't Blame Me" by Charlie Parker Quintet, Dial Records catalog number: 1021
  3. "Barbados" and "Parker's Mood" by Charlie Parker All Stars, Savoy Records catalog number: 936
  4. "Dewey Square" by Charlie Parker Quintet and "This Is Always" by Earl Coleman, Dial Records catalog number: 1019
  5. "Billies Bounce" and "Now's The Time" by [Charley] Parker's Ree Boppers, Savoy Records catalog number: 573
  6. "Bird Of Paradise" by Charlie Parker and "Dexterity" by Charlie Parker Quintet, Dial Records catalog number: 1032
  7. "Cool Blues" and "Bird's Nest" by Charlie Parker Quartet featuring Erroll Garner Piano, Dial Records catalog number: 1015
  8. "Curbstone Scuffle" by Sonny Berman's Big Eight and "Bird Lore" by Charlie Parker Septet, Dial Records catalog number: 1006
  9. "Relaxin' At Camarillo" by Charlie Parker All Stars and "Blue Serge" by Serge Chaloff Quintet, Dial Records catalog number: 1012
box 12, folder 3

Various Artists circa 1946-1953

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Contains

  1. "Early Autumn" and "Keeper Of The Flame" by Woody Herman And His Orchestra, Capitol Records catalog number: 57-616
  2. "Harlem Nocturne" and "On A Little Country Rose In Switzerland" by David Rose and his Orchestra, MGM Records catalog number: 30582
  3. "Woodchopper's Ball" and "With Someone New" by Woody Herman and his Orchestra, Columbia catalog number: 37238
  4. "Teardrops" and "Page Boy Shuffle" by Todd Rhodes And His Toddlers, Sensation Record Co. catalog number: 16
  5. "R.B.'s Wig" and "Body And Soul" by Teddy Edwards on Tenor Sax, Rex Hollywood catalog number: 25059
  6. "Temptation" and "Artistry By Bostic" by Earl Bostic, Gotham Records catalog number: G-160
  7. "The Man I Love" and "Hurricane Blues" by Earl Bostic And His Orchestra, Majestic catalog number: 1055
  8. "Znarg Blues" and "My Old Flame" by The Flip Phillips-Howard McGhee Boptet, Mercury Records catalog number: 8903
  9. "These Foolish Things" and "I Surrender Dear" by Don Byas, Dial Records catalog number: 751
  10. "Dodo's Bounce" and "Dodo's Lament" by Lucky Thompson's Quartet, Down Beat catalog number: 100
box 13, folder 1

Various Artists circa 1945-1953, undated

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Contains

  1. "Over The Rainbow" and "Pan Americana" by Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra, Capitol Records catalog number: 57-744
  2. "Cu-ba" and "Lonely Street" by Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra, Capitol Records catalog number: 15417
  3. "Lover Man" and "Lady Be Good" by Lee Konitz Plays with the Gerry Mulligan Quartet, Pacific Jazz catalog number: 609
  4. "Dutch Kitchen Bounce" and "Go Red Go" by Arnett Cobb and his Orchestra, Apollo Records catalog number: 778
  5. "Lonely Serenade" and "Laura" by Johnny Bothwell and his Orchestra, Signature catalog number: 15001
  6. "Not So Bop Blues" and "Tea For Two" by The Willie Smith Quintet, Mercury Record Corporation catalog number: 8901
  7. "September In The Rain" by Willie Smith and his Orchestra and "Willie, Weep For Me" by Willie Smith Quintet, Keynote Recordings catalog number: K-620
  8. "The First One" and "Calidad" by Sonny Criss and his Orchestra, Mercury Records catalog number: 8910
  9. "Blues For The Boppers" and "Tornado" by Sonny Criss and his Orchestra, Mercury Records catalog number: 8915
box 13, folder 2

Various Artists circa 1947-1953

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Contains

  1. "Pennies From Heaven" and "The Last Mile" by Gene Ammons and his Orchestra, Chess Record Corp. catalog number: 1431
  2. "My Foolish Heart" and "Bless You" by Gene Ammons and his Sextet, Chess Record Corp. catalog number: 1425
  3. "Everything Depends On You" and "Hot Springs" by Gene Ammons and his Orchestra, Mercury Record Corp. catalog number: 8167
  4. "La Vie En Rose" and "Who Put The Sleeping Pills In Rip Van Winkle's Coffee" by Gene Ammons and his Band, Prestige catalog number: 721
  5. "Red Top" and "Idaho" by Gene Ammons And His Sextet, Mercury catalog number: 8048
  6. "The Way You Look Tonight" and "Stars Fell On Alabama" by The Stan Getz Quintet, Mercury Records catalog number: 89025
  7. "You Stepped Out Of A Dream" and "Intoit" by Stan Getz Quartet, Prestige Records catalog number: 867
  8. "Star Eyes" and "Star of Africa" by The Buddy De Franco Quartet with Herman McCoy's Swing Choir, Gene Norman Presents catalog number: 100
  9. "Cool Mix" and "Rustic Hop" by The Stan Getz Quintet, Clef Records catalog number: 89090
  10. "Stars Fell On Alabama" and "The Way You Look Tonight" by The Stan Getz Quintet, Mercury Records catalog number: 89025
box 13, folder 3

Coleman Hawkins circa 1943-1950

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Contains

  1. "What Is There To Say" and "Rifftide" by Coleman Hawkins' Orchestra, Capitol Records catalog number: 15335
  2. "I'm In The Mood For Love" and "Bean At The Met" by Coleman Hawkins and his Quintet, Keynote Recordings catalog number: 610
  3. "How Deep Is The Ocean" and "Stumpy" by Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra, Signature catalog number: 28102
  4. "The Big Head" and "Platinum Love" by Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra, Mercury Record Corp. catalog number: 8909
  5. "There's A Small Hotel" and "Skippy" by Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra, Mercury Record Corp. catalog number: 8912
  6. "Sophisticated Lady" and "It's Only A Paper Moon" by Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra, Mercer Records catalog number: M-1962
  7. "Sportsman's Hop" and "Ready For Love" by Coleman Hawkins, Asch Records catalog number: 3553
  8. "Bean Stalking" and "Leave My Heart Alone" by Coleman Hawkins, Asch Records catalog number: 3551
  9. "Night Ramble" and "Ladies' Lullaby" by Coleman Hawkins, Asch Records catalog number: 3552
box 14, folder 1

Various Artists circa 1947-1953, undated

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Contains

  1. "Moonlight In Vermont" and "Tabu" by Johnny Smith Quintet, Roost Records Inc. catalog number: 547
  2. "Gone With The Wind" and "Hershey Bar" by The Stan [Gtez] Quartet, Roost Records Inc. catalog number: 516
  3. "Michelle Part 1" by Terry Gibbs with Stan Getz; and "Michelle Part 2" by Stan Getz and Earl Swope , New Jazz Record Co. catalog number: 804
  4. "Long Island Sound" and "Mar-Cia" by Stan Getz Quartet, New Jazz Record Co. catalog number: 805
  5. "What's New" and "Indian Summer" by Stan Getz and His Quartet, Prestige Record Co. catalog number: 740
  6. "Pardon My Bop" and "Diaper Pin" by Stan Getz Quartet, Castle Record Co. catalog number: 532
  7. "Five Brothers" and "Four And One Moore" by Stan Getz Tenor Sax Stars, New Jazz Record Co. catalog number: NJ 802
  8. "And The Angels Swing" and "Symphony Sid's Idea" by Stan Getz Quartet, Savoy Records catalog number: 909
  9. "There's A Small Hotel" and "I've Got You Under My Skin" by Stan Getz Quartet, Prestige Record Co. catalog number: 6001
  10. "My Old Flame" and "The Lady In Red" by Stan Getz Quartet, New Jazz Record Co. catalog number: NJ 829
box 14, folder 2

Various Artists circa 1951-1954, undated

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Contains

  1. "I Hear Music" and "Autumn In New York" by The Oscar Peterson Trio, Clef Records catalog number: 89093
  2. "I Get A Kick Out Of You" and "What's New" by Oscar Peterson, Mercury Record Corp. catalog number: 8952
  3. "Debut" and "Tenderly" by Oscar Peterson, Mercury Record Corp. catalog number: 8917
  4. "I've Never Been In Love Before" and "Mambo Inn" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 11754
  5. "Easy To Love" and "Rap Your Troubles In Drums" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 11600
  6. "Adieu" and "Undecided" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 11876
  7. "Man With A Horn" and "Let's Get Away From It All" by Billy Taylor Trio, Prestige Records Inc. catalog number: 822
  8. "All The Things You Are" and "Oh Lady Be Good" by Andre Previn With Rhythm Accompaniment, Modern Records catalog number: 20-652
  9. "Indiana" and "Air Mail Special" by Andre Previn, Modern Records catalog number: 20-651
  10. "Don't Blame Me" and "Sweet Lorraine" by Art Tatum, Capitol Records catalog number:15713
  11. "Somebody Loves Me" and "Someone To Watch Over Me" by Art Tatum, Capitol Records catalog number: 15714
  12. "Time On My Hands" and "My Heart Stood Still" by Art Tatum, Capitol Records catalog number: 15712
box 14, folder 3

Various Artists circa 1945-1950, undated

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Contains

  1. "Man I Love" and "I Know That You Know" by Art Tatum Trio. Dial Records catalog number 1036
  2. "Be-Bop" and "Lover Man" by Howard McGhee Quintet, Dial Records catalog number: 1007
  3. "Dodo's Blues" and "I Surrender Dear" by Dodo Marmarosa Trio, Atomic Inc. catalog number: A-226
  4. "My Foolish Heart" and "Why Was I Born" by Dodo Marmarosa, Savoy Records catalog number: 756
  5. "Bopmatism" and "Trade Winds" by Dodo Marmarosa Trio, Dial Records catalog number: 752
  6. "Mellow Mood" and "How High The Moon" by Dodo Marmarosa Trio, Atomic Inc. catalog number: A-225
  7. "'Round About Midnight" and "Well You Needn't" by The Thelonious Monk Trio, Blue Note Records catalog number 543
  8. "Body And Soul" and "Nobody's Sweetheart" by Johnny Guarnieri, Majestic Records catalog number: 1032
  9. "If I Forget You" and "Snowfall" by Claude Thornhill and his Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-3376
  10. "The Man I Love" and "On The Sunny Side of the Street" by Eddie Heywood And His Orchestra, Decca Records Inc. catalog number: 23534
  11. "Begin The Beguine" and "Lover Man" by Eddie Heywood And His Orchestra, Decca Records Inc. catalog number: 23398
box 15, folder 1

"Pianology" by George Shearing 1948

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Contains

  1. "Spookie Woogie" and "It's Easy To Remember" by George Shearing, London catalog number: 193
  2. "Jump For Joy" and "Blue Moon" by George Shearing, London catalog number: 194
  3. "Delayed Action" and "I'm So Afraid Of You" by George Shearing, London catalog number: 195
box 15, folder 1

"Blues by Basie" by Count Basie 1944

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Contains

  1. "St. Louis Blues" and "Cafe Society Blues" by Count Basie and his All American Rhythm Section, Columbia catalog number: 36711
  2. "St. Louis Blues" and "Cafe Society Blues" by Count Basie and his All American Rhythm Section, Columbia catalog number: 36711
  3. "Royal Garden Blues" and "How Long Blues" by Count Basie and his All American Rhythm Section, Columbia catalog number 36710
  4. "Farewell Blues" and "Way Back Blues" by Count Basie and his All American Rhythm Section, Columbia catalog number 36712
box 15, folder 2

"George Sheering Quintet" by George Shearing 1950

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Midnight On Cloud 69" and "Bebop's Fables" by George Shearing Quintet, Discovery Records catalog number: 105
  2. "Sorry Wrong Rhumba" and "Cotton Top" by George Shearing Quintet, Discovery Records catalog number: 106
  3. "Cherokee" and "Four Bars Short" by George Shearing Quintet, Discovery Records catalog number: 107
box 15, folder 3

"Your Hearing George Shearing and his Quintet" by George Shearing Quintet 1955

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Tenderly" and "Summertime" by George Shearing, MGM Records catalog number: 30247
  2. "Strolling" and "Changing With The Times" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 30248
  3. "November Sea Scape" and "As Long As There's Music" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 30249
  4. "September In The Rain" and "East Of The Sun" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 30250
box 15, folder 4

"Tonal Expression" by Calvin Jackson 1949

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Laura" and "Blue Skies" by Calvin Jackson, Discovery Records catalog number: 110
  2. "Lady Be Good" and "Lover" by Calvin Jackson, Discovery Records catalog number: 111
  3. "I Can't Get Started" and "Prelude In 'C' Sharp Minor" by Calvin Jackson, Discovery Records catalog number: 112
box 16, folder 1

"Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Volume 11" by Norman Granz 1951

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "The Man I Love" Vol. 11, part 1 and part 4, by Norman Granz, Mercury Records catalog number: 11033
  2. "The Man I Love" Vol. 11, part 2 and 5, by Norman Granz, Mercury Records catalog number: 11034
  3. "The Man I Love" Vol 11. part 3 ad 6, Norman Granz, Mercury Records catalog number: 11035
box 16, folder 2

"This is Glenn Miller" Volume 2 (Instrumentals) by Glenn Miller 1951

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Sunrise Serenade" by Glenn Miller, RCA Victor catalog number: 3598
  2. "Bugle Call Rag" by Glenn Miller, RCA Victor catalog number: 3598
  3. "Tuxedo Junction" by Glenn Miller, RCA Victor catalog number: 3598
  4. "A String Of Pearls" by Glenn Miller, RCA Victor catalog number: 3598
  5. "By The Waters of Minnetonka" by Glenn Miller, RCA Victor catalog number: 3598
  6. "Runnin' Wild" by Glenn Miller, RCA Victor catalog number: 3598
  7. "Moonlight Serenade" by Glenn Miller, RCA Victor catalog number: 3598
box 16, folder 3

"Ballad For Americans" by Paul Robeson 1940

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Ballad For Americans" Part 1 and 2, by Paul Robeson, Victor, RCA catalog number 26517
  2. "Ballad For Americans" Part 3 and 4, by Paul Robeson, Victor, RCA catalog number 26517
box 16, folder 4

"[Errol] Garner, Billy Kyle" 1946

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Don't Blame Me" by [Errol] Garner, Disc Records catalog number: 233 and "I Got A Right To Sing The Blues" by Billy Kyle, Disc Records catalog number:299
  2. "Man O' Mine" by [Errol] Garner, Disc Records catalog number: 231 and "I Want You I Need You" by Billy Kyle, Disc Records catalog number: 297
  3. "All The Things You Are" by Billy Kyle, Disc Records catalog number: 298 and "Lady Be Good" by [Errol] Garner, Disc Records catalog number: 232
box 16, folder 5

"[Errol] Garner Piano" by [Errol] Garner circa 1945

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Embraceable You" and "Lover Come Back To Me" by [Errol] Garner, Mercury Records catalog number: A-1001
  2. "Always" and "Sometimes I'm Happy" by Errol [Errol] Garner, Mercury Records catalog number: A-1002
  3. "I Can't Get Started With You" and "I've Got You Under My Skin" by [Errol] Garner, Mercury Records catalog number: A-1003
box 16, folder 6

"Charlie Parker With Strings" by Charlie Parker With Strings 1954

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "East Of The Sun" and "You Came Along From Out Of Nowhere" by Charlie Parker, Mercury Records catalog number: 11070
  2. "I'm In The Mood For Love" and "They Can't Take That Away From Me" by Charlie Parker, Mercury Records catalog number: 11071
  3. "I'll Remember April" and "Easy To Love" by Charlie Parker, Mercury Records catalog number: 11072
box 16, folder 7

"The King Cole Trio" by The King Cole Trio 1943-1944

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Embraceable You" and "Sweet Lorraine" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 20009
  2. "The Man I Love" and "Body and Soul" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 20010
  3. "What Is This Thing Called Love?" and " Prelude In C Sharp Minor" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 20011
  4. "It's Only A Paper Moon" and "Easy Listenin' Blues" by The King Cole Trio. Capitol Records catalog number: 20012
box 17, folder 1

"New 52nd Street Jazz" by Dizzy Gillespie and Coleman Hawkins 1946

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "52nd Street Theme" and "Night In Tunisia" by Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 40-0130
  2. "Say It Isn't So" and "Spotlite" by Coleman Hawkins' 52nd Street All Stars, RCA Victor catalog number: 40-0131
  3. "Low Flame" and "Allen's Alley" by 52nd Street All Stars, RCA Victor catalog number: 40-0133
  4. "Anthropology" and "Ol' Man Rebop" by Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 40-0132
box 17, folder 2

"Esquires All American Hot Jazz, Volume 2" various artists 1947

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Rockabye River" by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra and "Blow Me Down" by Esquire All-American Award Winners, RCA Victor catalog number: 40-0134
  2. "Jivin' With Jarvis" by Lionel Hampton and The King Cole Trio and "Buckin' The Blues" by Esquire All-American Award Winners, RCA Victor catalog number: 40-0135
  3. "Indian Summer" by Esquire All-American Award Winners and "Sugar" by Louis Armstrong and his Hot Six, RCA Victor catalog number: 40-0136
  4. "Indian Winter" by Esquire All-American Award Winners and "I Cried For You" by Benny Goodman Quintet, RCA Victor catalog number: 40-0137
box 17, folder 3

"How High The Moon, Norman Granz' Jazz at the Philharmonic" by Norman Granz 1947

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "How High The Moon", Part 1 and "How High The Moon," Part 4 by Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic, Mercury Records catalog number: 11099
  2. "How High The Moon", Part 2 and "How High The Moon", Part 3 by Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic, Mercury Records catalog number: 11010
box 17, folder 4

"Young Man With A Horn" songs from the Warner Bro[ther]s Production by Doris Day and Harry James 1950

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Melancholy Rhapsody" by Harry James and his Orchestra and "With A Song In My Heart" by Doris Day with Harry James and his Orchestra, Columbia catalog number: 38730
  2. "The Man I Love" by Harry James and the Rhythm Section and "Too Marvelous For Words" by Doris Day with Harry James and his Orchestra, Columbia catalog number: 38728
  3. "The Very Thought Of You" by Doris Day with Harry James and his Orchestra and "Limehouse Blues" by Harry James and the Rhythm Section, Columbia catalog number: 38729
  4. "I May Be Wrong" by Doris Day with Harry James and his Orchestra and "Get Happy" by Harry James and his Orchestra, Columbia catalog number: 38727
box 17, folder 5

"Spellbound" songs from the Alfred Hitchock production, by Miklos Rozsa 1945

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Prelude" and "Finale" by Symphony orchestra under the direction of Miklos Rozsa, Ara Records catalog number: 40008
  2. "The Subconscious" and "Love Theme, Part II" by Symphony orchestra under direction of Miklos Rozsa, Ara Records catalog number: 40009
  3. "Dementia" and "Love Theme - Part I" by Symphony orchestra under direction Miklos Rozsa, Ara Records catalog number: 40010
  4. "Terror On The Ski Run" and "Scherzo" by Symphony orchestra under the direction of Miklos Rozsa, Ara Records catalog number: 40011
box 17, folder 6

"April In Paris" by Victor Young and his Singing Strings 1950

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "April In Paris" and "Dancing With You" by Victor Young and his Singing Strings, Decca Records catalog number: 27025
  2. "Speak To Me Of Love" and "Pigalle" by Victor Young and his Singing Strings, Decca Records catalog number: 27026
  3. "Beyond The Sea" and "Comme Ci, Comme Ca" by Victor Young and his Singing Strings, Decca Records catalog number: 27027
  4. "The River Seine" and "La Vie En Rose" by Victor Young and his Singing Strings, Decca Records catalog number: 24816
box 18, folder 1

"Bud Powell Piano" supervised by Norman Granz Mercury, Mercury Jazz Series Album C-507 1951

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Body and Soul" and "Sweet Georgia Brown" by Bud Powell Piano Solos With Rhythm Accompaniment, Mercury Records catalog number: 11059
  2. "Sometimes I'm Happy" and "Get Happy" by Bud Powell Piano Solos With Rhythm Accompaniment, Mercury Records catalog number: 11061
  3. "April In Paris" and "So Sorry Please" by Bud Powell Piano Solos With Rhythm Accompaniment, Mercury Records catalog number: 11060
box 18, folder 2

"Touch of Genius!" by George Shearing Quintet 1955

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "They All Laughed" and "We'll Be Together Again" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 30417
  2. "My Silent Love" and "I'll Never Smile Again" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 30416
  3. "If You Were The Only Girl In The World" and "Midnight Mood" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 30418
  4. "Loose Leaf" and "Minoration" by George Shearing Quintet, MGM Records catalog number: 30419
box 18, folder 3

Teddy Wilson, "Columbia Presents Teddy Wilson and his Piano", set C-93 1942

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "(When Your Hearts On Fire) Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" and "Them There Eyes" by Teddy Wilson, Columbia catalog number: 36631
  2. "These Foolish Things" and "Rosetta" by Teddy Wilson, Columbia catalog number: 36632
  3. "Body And Soul" and "China Boy" by Teddy Wilson, Columbia catalog number: 36634
  4. "I Can't Get Started" and "I Know That You Know" by Teddy Wilson, Columbia catalog number: 36633
box 18, folder 4

"Teddy Wilson and his all-stars" 1945-1946

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Long Ago And Far Away" and "All Of Me" by Teddy Wilson, Musicraft catalog number: 372
  2. "I Can't Get Started" and "Stompin' At The Savoy" by Teddy Wilson Sextet, Musicraft catalog number: 332
  3. "I Surrender Dear" and "Runnin' Wild" by Teddy Wilson Quintet, Musicraft catalog number: 319
  4. "Blues Too" and "If Dreams Come True" by Teddy Wilson Sextet, Musicraft catalog number: 336
box 18, folder 5

"Teddy Wilson - Billie Holiday", Columbia Records Set C-61 1947

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. eaturing B"Easy Living" and "When You're Smiling" by Teddy Wilson and his orchestra featuring Billie Holiday, Columbia catalog number: 36208
  2. "If You Were Mine" and "What A Little Moonlight Can Do" by Teddy Wilson and his orchestra featuring Billie Holiday, Columbia catalog number: 36206
  3. "I Wished On The Moon" and "Miss Brown To You" by Teddy Wilson and his orchestra featuring Billie Holiday, Columbia catalog number: 36205
  4. "Foolin' Myself" and "I Must Have That Man!" by Teddy Wilson and his orchestra featuring Billie Holiday, Columbia catalog number: 36207
box 18, folder 6

"Charlie Parker With Strings" Supervised by Norman Granz circa 1950

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "April In Paris" and "If I Should Lose You" by Charlie Parker with Strings, Mercury Records catalog number: 11037
  2. "Just Friends" and "Everything Happens To Me" by Charlie Parker with Strings, Mercury Records catalog number: 11036
  3. "I Didn't Know What Time It Was" and "Summertime" by Charlie Parker with Strings, Mercury Records catalog number: 11038
box 19, folder 1

"A Star Is Born" by Judy Garland 1954

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "It's A New World", "Someone At Last", "Lose That Long Face" by Judy Garland, Columbia catalog number: 6299
  2. "Gotta Have Me Go With You", "The Man That Got Away", "Here's What I'm Here For" by Judy Garland, Columbia catalog number: 6299
box 19, folder 2

"Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol 10" by Norman Granz 1951

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Endido", Part 1 and "Endido", Part 4" by Norman Granz, Mercury Records catalog number: 11019
  2. "Endido", Part 2 and "Endido", Part 3 by Norman Granz, Mercury Records catalog number: 11020
  3. "I Surrender, Dear" Part 1 and "I Surrender, Dear", Part 2 by Norman Granz, Mercury Records catalog number: 11021
box 19, folder 3

"Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol 13" by Norman Granz 1951

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Embraceable You", Part 1 and "The Closer", Part 3 by Norman Granz, Mercury Records catalog number: 11062
  2. "Embraceable You", Part 2 and "The Closer", Part 2 by Norman Granz, Mercury Records catalog number: 11063
  3. "Embraceable You", Part 3 and "The Closer", Part 1 by Norman Granz, Mercury Records catalog number: 11064
box 19, folder 4

"Stormy Monday Blues, And Other Selections" by Earl Hines and his Orchestra, by Earl Hines and Billy Eckstine 1942

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Stormy Monday Blues" and "I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good" by Ear Hines and his Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-2894
  2. "Jelly, Jelly" and "Somehow" by Earl Hines and his Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-2895
  3. "My Foolish Heart" and "(We've Got A) Sure Thing" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10623
  4. "You've Got Me Crying Again" and "The Show Must Go On" by Billy Eckstine, MGM Records catalog number: 10778
box 19, folder 5

"Nat King Cole At The Piano" by Nat King Cole circa 1949

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)" and "Cole Capers" by Nat King Cole, Capitol Records catalog number: 10189
  2. "I'll Never Be The Same" and "Three Little Words" by Nat King Cole, Capitol Records catalog number: 10190
  3. "How High The Moon" and "Blues In My Shower" by Nat King Cole, Capitol Records catalog number: 10191
box 19, folder 6

"Liberace At The Piano" by Liberace 1952

"Stardust" by Liberache, Columbia catalog number 6217

  1. "Liebestraum (Lover's Dream)","Carioca" (from Flying Down to Rio), "Polish National Dance in E-Flat Minor, Op. 47" by Liberace, Columbia catalog number: 6217
  2. "'Moonlight' Sonata (Sonata No. 14 in C-Sharp Minor, Op 27, No. 2)", "Warsaw Concerto","As Time Goes By", "Malaguena" by Liberace, Columbia catalog number: 6217
box 19, folder 7

Lionel Hampton All Stars playing "Star Dust" and "The Man I Love" -- Gene Norman presents "Just Jazz" 1951

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Stardust" and "The Man I Love" by Lionel Hampton All Stars, Decca Records catalog number: DL 7013
box 19, folder 8

"De Arango" by Bill De Arango 1954

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Alone Together" and "The Gypsy In My Soul" by Bill De Arango, Mercury Records catalog number: 26020
box 19, folder 9

"Piano Moods by [Errol] Garner 1950

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "My Heart Stood Still" and "When Johnny Comes Marching Home" by [Errol] Garner, Columbia catalog number: 39165
  2. "Long Ago" and "Poor Butterfly" by [Errol] Garner, Columbia catalog number: 39166
  3. "Spring Is Here" and "When You're Smiling" by [Errol] Garner, Columbia catalog number: 39167
  4. "I Don't Know Why" and "It Could Happen To You" by [Errol] Garner, Columbia catalog number: 39168
box 19, folder 10

"Let's Hear The Melody" by Benny Goodman with Strings 1951

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Goodbye", "If I Had You", "I Didn't Know What Time It Was", "Lover, Come Back To Me" by Benny Goodman with Strings, Columbia catalog number: 102
  2. "Moonglow", Embraceable You", "I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues", "Georgia On My Mind" by Benny Goodman with Strings, Columbia catalog number: 102
box 20, folder 1

Reader's Digest "The Swing Years" 1972

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Begin the Beguine" by Artie Shaw, "At Last" by Glen Miller, "Marie" by Tommy Dorsey, "When My Dream Boat Comes Home" by Guy Lumbardo, "Bumble Boogie" by Freddy Martin, "Stompin' At The Savoy" by Benny Goodman, RCA catalog number: RDA-021
  2. "Racing With The Moon" by Vaughn Monroe, "The Prisoner's Song" by Bunny Berigan, "Sometimes I'm Happy" by Blue Barron, "Tea For Two" by Bob Zurke, "Indian Love Call" by Artie Shaw, "Three O' Clock in the Morning" by Wayne King, RCA catalog number: RDA-021
  3. "In the Mood" by Glenn Miller, "The Old Lamp LIghter" by Sammy Kaye, "Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1" by Freddy Martin, "I'll Never Smile Again" by Tommy Dorsey, "Perdido" by Duke Ellington, "One-Two-Three Kick" by Xavier Cugat, RCA catalog number: RDA-021
  4. "Boogie Woogie" by Tommy Dorsey, "Laughing on the Outside" by Sammy Kaye, "Lamplight" by Hal Kemp, "I Surrender, Dear" by Artie Shaw, "Green Eyes" by Xavier Cugat, "Memories of You" by Sonny Dunham, RCA catalog number: RDA-021
  5. "Stardust" by Artie Shaw, "Goody Goody" by Benny Goodman, "Pompton Turnpike" by Charlie Barnet, "Friendly Tavern Polka" by Sammy Kaye, "Sophisticated Lady" by Duke Ellington, "Sing, Sing, Sing" by Benny Goodman, RCA catalog number: RDA-021
  6. "Boo-Hoo" by Guy Lombardo, "Summit Ridge Drive" by Artie Shaw, "Little Brown Jug" by Glen Miller, "Mood Indigo" by Duke Ellington, "Grieg Piano Concerto" by Freddy Martin, "Octave Jump" by Bob Chester, RCA catalog number: RDA-021
  7. "And the Angels Sing" by Benny Goodman, "Cherokee" by Charlie Barnet, "Flamingo" by Duke Ellington,"Josephine" by Wayne King, "Moon Love" by Sammy Kaye, "On the Sunny Side of the Street" by Tommy Dorsey, RCA catalog number: RDA-021
  8. "Opus One" by Tommy Dorsey, "Alice Blue Gown" by Wayne King, "Martha" by Larry Clinton, "The Gypsy" by Sammy Kaye, "The Donkey Serenade" by Artie Shaw, "Your Feet's Too Big" by Fats Waller, RCA catalog number: RDA-021
  9. "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" by Duke Ellington, "Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree (with Anyone Else but Me)" by Glenn Miller, "September in the Rain" by Guy Lombardo, "Heartaches" by Ted Weems, "I Guess I'll Have to Dream the Rest" by Tommy Dorsey, "Back Bay Shuffle" by Artie Shaw, RCA catalog number: RDA-021
box 20, folder 2

Earl Hines And His All-Stars circa 1950

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Thru' For The Night" and "Father Cooperates" by Cozy Cole's All Stars, Mercury Records catalog number: 1089
  2. "Stardust" and "Curry In A Hurry" by Charlie Shavers Quintet, Mercury Records catalog number: 1091
  3. "Rosetta" and "Mountain Air" by Charlie Shavers Quintet, Mercury Records catalog number: 1090
box 20, folder 3

Esquire's All American Hot Jazz - 1946 Award Winners 1946

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "The One That Got Away" and "Gone With The Wind" by Esquire All-American 1946 Award Winners, RCA Victor catalog number: 40-4002
  2. "Long Long Journey" and "Snafu" by Esquire All-American 1946 Award Winners, RCA Victor catalog number: 40-4001

List of Award Winners

Louis Armstrong, Don Byas, Duke Ellington, Jimmy Hamilton, Johnny Hodges, "Chubby" Jackson, "Red" Norvo, Remo Palmieri, Charlie Shavers, Billy Strayhorn
box 20, folder 4

Coleman Hawkins Sax Ensemble circa 1944

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Three Little Words" and "Battle of the Saxes" by Coleman Hawkins, Mercury Records catalog number: 1110
box 20, folder 5

"Black, Brown, and Beige" A Duke Ellington Tone Parallel to the American Negro 1946

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Work Song" and "Three Dances" by Duke Ellington, RCA Victor catalog number: 28-0415
  2. "Come Sunday" and "The Blues" by Duke Ellington, RCA Victor catalog number: 28-0416
box 20, folder 6

Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Volume 2 circa 1957

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "I Can't Get Started With You Part 1" and "I Can't Get Started With You Part 2" by Norman Granz', Mercury Records catalog number: 11024
  2. "Blues For Norman Part 1" and "Blues For Norman Part 2" by Norman Granz', Mercury Records catalog number: 11023
box 21, folder 1

Various Artists circa 1937-1946, undated

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Body and Soul" and "Indiana" by Lester Young Trio, Aladdin catalog number: A1000
  2. "Just One More Chance" and "Blue Moon" by Cozy Cole's All Stars, Keynote Recordings catalog number: 1300
  3. "Tea For Two" and "I Can't Get Started" by Lester Young Trio, catalog number: A1001
  4. "I Surrender Dear" and "I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me" by Coleman Hawkins and The Chocolate Dandies, Commodore Record Company catalog number: 1506
  5. "The Man I Love" and "Sweet Lorraine" by Coleman Hawkins Swing Four, Signature catalog number: 90001
  6. "Begin The Beguine" and "I Cover The Water Front" by Eddie Heywood and his Orchestra, Commodore Record Company catalog number: 1514
  7. "Gee, Ain't I Good To You" and "On The Sunny Side Of The Street" by Chu Berry And His Jazz Ensemble, Commodore Record Company catalog number: 1508
  8. "I Can't Get Started" and "The Prisoners Song" by Bunny Berigan and his Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 36208
box 21, folder 2

The Jazz Scene 1949

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Sono" catalog number: 2077 and "Frustration" catalog number 2078, by Duke Ellington, Mercury Records
  2. "Repetition" by Neal Hefti with Charlie Parker, catalog number: 2071 and "Rhumbacito" by Neal Hefti, catalog number: 2072, Mercury Records
  3. "Picasso" by Coleman Hawkins, catalog number: 2073 and "I Want To Be Happy" by Lester Young, catalog number: 2198, Mercury Records
  4. "Introspection" by Ralph Burns, catalog number: 2075 and "The Bloos" by George Handy, catalog number: 2076, Mercury Records
  5. "The Bird" by Charlie Parker, catalog number: 2081 and "Sophisticated Lady" by Willie Smith, catalog number: 2074, Mercury Records
  6. "Tanga" by Machito, catalog number: 2172 and "Cherokee" by Bud Powell, catalog number: 2199, Mercury Records
box 21, folder 3

Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic - 1940s 1981

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "The Man I Love," "Crazy Rhythm," "After You've Gone," and "Blues For Norman," "I Can't Get Started," "Oh, Lady Be Good," by Norman Granz', Verve Records catalog number: UMV 9070
  2. "Blues," "Body and Soul," "How High The Moon," and "Lester Leaps," "Embraceable You," by Norman Granz', Verve Records catalog number: UMV 9072
  3. "I Surrender Dear," "JATP Blues," "Sweet Georgia Brown" and "I Got Rhythm, "Perdido" by Norman Granz', Verve Records catalog number: UMV 9071
box 21, folder 4

"[Saxaphone] Improvisations" by Don Byas 1946

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "London-Donnie" and "Old Folks" by Don Byas Quartet, Savoy Records catalog number: 763
  2. "They Say It's Wonderful" and "Cynthia's In Love" by Don Byas Quartet, Savoy Records catalog number: 625
  3. "September Song" and "St. Louis Blues" by Don Byas Quartet, Savoy Records catalog number: 626
  4. "I Found A New Baby" and "Marie" by Don Byas Quartet, Savoy Records catalog number: 627
box 22, folder 1

"Music to Remember from the Life of Chopin" by Jose Iturbi circa 1946

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Fantaisie-Impromptu, Op Posth (Part 1)" and "Mazurka in B-Flat, Op. 7, No. 1" by Jose Iturbi, RCA Victor catalog number: 10-1285
  2. "Fantaisie-Impromptu, Op. Posth. (Concluded)," Waltz in D-Flat, Op. 64, No. 1 (Minute Waltz) and "Waltz in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 64, No. 2" by Jose Iturbi, RCA Victor catalog number:10-1286
box 22, folder 2

Oscar Peterson Piano Solos 1950

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "They Didn't Believe Me" and "Lover Come Back to Me" by Oscar Peterson Piano Solos, Mercury catalog number: 8921
  2. "Where or When" or "Oscar's Blues" by Oscar Peterson Piano Solos, Mercury catalog number: 8922
  3. "All The Things You Are" and "Three O'Clock in the Morning" by Oscar Peterson Piano Solos, Mercury catalog number: 8923
box 22, folder 3

"Mood Ellington" by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra 1949

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "On A Turquoise Cloud" and "Hy' A Sue" by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Columbia catalog number: 38234
  2. "New York City Blues" and "Lady of the Lavender Mist" by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Columbia catalog number: 38235
  3. "Golden Cress" and "The Clothed Woman" by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Columbia catalog number: 38236
  4. "Three Cent Stomp" and "Progressive Gavotte" by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Columbia catalog number: 38237
box 22, folder 4

"A Duke Ellington Panorama" by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra 1943

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "East Saint Louis Toodle-OO-Foxtrot" and "The Moochie-Foxtrot" by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-1531
  2. "Ring Dem Bells-Foxtrot" and "Mood Indigo-Foxtrot" by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-1532
  3. "Stompy Jones-Foxtrot" and "Delta Serenade-Foxtrot" by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, RCA VIctor catalog number: 20-1533
  4. "Dusk-Foxtrot" and "Warm Valley-Foxtrot" by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-1534
box 22, folder 5

"Sequence in Jazz" by Woody Herman and his Orchestra 1949

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Lady McGowan's Dream (Part 1)" and "Summer Sequence (Part 2)" by Woody Herman and his Orchestra, Columbia catalog number 38366 C177
  2. "Lady McGowan's Dream (Part 2)" and "Summer Sequence (Part 1)" by Woody Herman and his Orchestea, Columbia catalog number: 38365
  3. "Summer Sequence (Part 3)" and "Summer Sequence (Part 4)" by Woody Herman and his Orchestra, Columbia catalog number: 38367
box 22, folder 6

Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra at Carnegie Hall 1947

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Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "The Wonder of You" and "I'm Just A Lucky So-And-So" by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-1799
  2. "I Ain't Got Nothin' But The Blues-Fox Trot" and "I Didn't Know About You-Fox Trot" by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-1623
  3. "That's The Blues Old Man" and "Good Queen Bess" by Johnny Hodges and his Orchestra, RCA Victor catalog number: 20-2542
  4. "My Heart Sings-Fox Trot" and "Carnegie Blues -Fox Trot" by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Victor catalog number: 20-1644
box 23, folder 1

"Over The Rainbow A Panorama Of Color" by Les Brown and His Band of Renown 1951

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Over The Rainbow" and "That Old Black Magic by Les Brown And His Band Of Renown, Coral catalog number: 60490
  2. "Green Eyes" and "Blue Moon" by Les Brown And His Band Of Renown, Coral catalog number: 60491
  3. "The Moon Was Yellow" and "Deep Purple" by Les Brown And His Band Of Renown, Coral catalog number: 60492
  4. "Red Wing" and "Azure" by Les Brown And His Band Of Renown, Coral catalog number: 60493
box 23, folder 2

[Errol] Garner Piano 1946

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Blue Skies" and "Don't Blame Me" by [Errol] Garner And His Trio, Mercury catalog number: 1032
  2. "Full Moon And Empty Hands" and "Memories Of You" by [Errol] Garner And His Trio, Mercury catalog number: 1033
  3. "If I Loved You" and "For You" by [Errol] Garner And His Trio, Mercury catalog number: 1034
box 23, folder 3

King Cole Trio Volume 3 1950

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Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Makin' Whoopee" and "Too Marvelous For Words" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 10101
  2. "I'll String Along With You" and "Honeysuckle Rose" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 10102
  3. "This Is My Night To Dream" and "Rhumba Azul" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 10103
box 23, folder 4

King Cole Trio Volume 4 1950

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "I Used To Love You" and "Bop-Kick" by King Cole And His Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 57-641
  2. "Yes Sir, That's My Baby" and "'Tis Autumn" by King Cole And His Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 57-642
  3. "For All We Know" and "Laugh! Cool Clown" by KIng Cole And His Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 57-643
box 23, folder 5

Songs By Billy Eckstine 1950

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Someone To Watch Over Me" and "Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen" by Billy Eckstine, MGM catalog number: 10605
  2. "My Old Flame" and "I Don't Want To Cry Any More" by Billy Eckstine, MGM catalog number: 10606
  3. "You Go To My Head" and "Over The Rainbow" by Billy Eckstine, MGM catalog number: 10607
box 23, folder 6

King Cole Trio Volume 2 1946

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "This Way Out" and "What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 20061
  2. "I Know That You Know" and "I Don't Know Why" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 20062
  3. "I'm In The Mood For Love" and "To A Wild Rose" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 20063
  4. "Look What You've Done To Me" and "I'm Thru With Love" by The King Cole Trio, Capitol Records catalog number: 20064
box 24, folder 1

Pamphlets featuring Duke Ellington, Stan Kenton, Norman Granz, and other musicians 1940-1950

box 24, folder 2

Jackie Gleason Presents Music For Lovers Only circa 1952

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Alone Together," "My Funny Valentine," "But Not For Me," and "Love (Your Spell Is Everywhere)" by Jackie Gleason, Capitol Records catalog number: H-352
  2. "I'm In The Mood For Love," "Love Is Here To Stay," "I Only Have Eyes For You," and "Body And Soul" by Jackie Gleason, Capitol Records catalog number: H-352
box 24, Folder 3

Clifford Brown and Max Roach 1954

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Delilah" and "Parisian Thoroughfare" by Clifford Brown and Max Roach, EmArcy catalog number: MG 26043
  2. "Daahoud," "Joy Spring," and "Jordu" by Clifford Brown and Max Roach, EmArcy catalog number MG 26043
box 24, folder 4

"Music For You Midnight Mood" by Acquaviva and his Orchestra circa 1955

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Beyond The Next Hill," Tillie's Tango," and "My Love - My Love" by Acquaviva and his Orchestra, MGM catalog number: E-171
  2. "La Brilliante," "The Cavaliers' Ball," and "C'est Tout (That's All)" by Acquaviva and his Orchestra, MGM catalog number E-171
box 24, folder 5

"Music To Remember" by Alfred Newman and his Orchestra undated

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Street Scene," "How Green Was My Valley," "Beau Soir," and "Intermezzo" by Alfred Newman and his Orchestra, Mercury Records catalog number: MGMH 25093
  2. "None But The Lonely Heart," "Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes," "Elegie," and "Ave Maria" by Alfred Newman and his Orchestra, Mercury Records catalog number: MGMH 25093
box 24, folder 6

"The Divine Sarah Sings" by Sarah Vaughan circa 1954

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "The Touch Of Your Lips," "S'Wonderful," "Tenderly," and "It's Magic" by Sarah Vaughan, Mercury Records catalog number: 25213
  2. "Honey," "Let's Put Out The Lights," "I'm In The Mood For Love," and "I Don't Know Why" by Sarah Vaughan, Mercury Records catalog number: 25213
box 24, folder 7

"Images" by Sarah Vaughan 1954

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Lover Man," "Shulie A Bop," "Polka Dots And Moonbeams," and "Body And Soul" by Sarah Vaughan, EmArcy catalog number: MG 26005
  2. "They Can't Take That Away From Me," "Prelude To A Kiss," "You Hit The Spot," and "If I Knew Then (What I Know Now)" by Sarah Vaughan. EmArcy catalog number: MG 26005
box 24, folder 8

The Lionel Hampton Quartet 1953

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "The Nearness Of You" and "Stompin' At The Savoy" by The Lionel Hampton Quartet, Clef Records catalog number: MGC-142
box 24, folder 9

"Jazz at Storyville" by The Dave Brubeck Trio and Quartet 1953

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Over The Rainbow" and "You Go To My Head" by The Dave Brubeck Trio, Fantasy catalog number 3-8
  2. "Give A Little Whistle," "Lady Be Good," and "Tea For Two" by The Dave Brubeck Trio And Quartet, Fantasy catalog number 3-8
box 24, folder 10

"The Divine Sarah" by Sarah Vaughan 1955

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "My Funny Valentine," "Imagination," "It's Easy To Remember," and "Easy Come, Easy Go Lover" by Sarah Vaughan, Mercury Records catalog number: MG 25188
  2. "My One And Only Love," "I Still Believe In You," "Come Along With Me," and "And This Is My Beloved" by Sarah Vaughan, Mercury Records catalog number: MG 25188
box 24, folder 11

"Valentino (A Collection of Tangos)" by The Castilians Under The Direction of Victor Young 1951

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information

Contains

  1. "Valentino Tango," "El Choclo," "El Relicario," and "Blood and Sand" by The Castilians, Decca catalog number: DL 5347
  2. "La Cumparsita," "The Gigolo," "The Sheik Of Araby," and "Wonderful One" by The Castilians, Decca catalog number: DL 5347
box 24, folder 12

Various Artists 1947-1954

Scope and Contents

Artist and song title information
  1. "If I Loved You" and "So Let There Be Love" by Roy Hamilton, Epic catalog number: 9047
  2. "Candle Glow" and "Close Your Eyes" by Herb Lance and Ray Abrams Sextet, Castle Record Company catalog number: 514
  3. "I Should Care" and "All The Things You Are" by Kenny 'Pancho' Hagood with The Thelonious Monk Quartet, Blue Note Records catalog number: 1201
  4. "Don't Mention Love to Me" and "Deep in a Dream" by Bobby Pittman, Supreme Records catalog number: 100-2 and 101-3
  5. "Since I Fell For You" and "Love That Man Of Mine" by Annie Laurie with Paul Gayten And His Trio, DeLuxe Records catalog number: 1082
  6. "Would You Believe Me" and "Ol' Man River" by The Ravens, National Records catalolg number: 9035
  7. "I Can't Go On Without You" and "Fare Thee Well, Deacon Jones" by Bull Moose Jackson and his Buffalo Bearcats, Kings Record Company catalog number: 4230
  8. "Don't Fall In Love With Me" and "Siesta With Sonny" by Ivory Joe Hunter, King Record Company catalog number: 4220
  9. "January Woman" and "Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe" by Frances Wayne with Buddy Baker and His Orchestra, Exclusive catalog number: 1124