Lambert's Basement - Episode #64
It's part 2 of the Jazz in Britain 1919 to 1950 special. Plenty of great tracks to get through, so a lot less chit-chat from the time-traveling duo, Dave & Igor. Listen in to hear, amongst others: The Night Club Kings, Paul Whiteman & his Orchestra, The All-Star Sextet, Philip Lewis & his Orchestra and more!
As it's a repeat show there may be out of date promos aired.
Lambert's basement returns with new episodes in time for Hallowe'en!
Allah's holiday - The Night Club Kings
Miranda - Noble Sissle & his Orchestra
Tiger Rag - The Original Capitol Orchestra
At the Jazz Band Ball - Original Dixieland Jazz Band
Way down yonder in New Orleans - Paul Whiteman & his Orchestra
Bugle Call Rag - Phil Green & his Basin Street Band
Arabella's wedding day - The Plantation Orchestra
Japanese Sandman - Ray Noble & his Orchestra
Eccentric - The Savoy Orpheans
That's a plenty - Philip Lewis & his Orchestra
When the saints go marching in - George Webb's Dixielanders
Funny Dear, what love can do - Spike Hughes & his Orchestra
I can't get started - The All-Star Sextet
Sobbin' Blues - Ted Lewis & his Band
Some of these days - Sidney Bechet with Humphrey Lyttleton & his Orchestra
Is it true what they say about Dixie? - The Swing Rhythm Boys
I'm crazy 'bout my baby - Una Mae Carlisle & her Jam Band
Amouesque - Sid Phillips & his Orchestra
Sheik of Araby - The Washboard Serenaders
King Porter stomp - Teddy Hill & his NBC Orchestra