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 Post subject: Top 100 Songs of 1945
PostPosted: Fri Nov 15, 2013 11:48 am 
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Let's make sure we have all the the usual suspects lined up before we start doing any actual rankings. Let me know if I'm missing anything

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11:60 P.M. - Harry James
A Cottage For Sale - Billy Eckstine
A Kiss Goodnight - Woody Herman / Freddie Slack
A Little on The Lonely Side - Guy Lombardo (Jimmy Brown)
Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive - Bing Crosby & Andrews Sisters
All of My Life - Bing Crosby / Sammy Kaye / Three Suns
Along The Navajo Trail - Bing Crosby & Andrews Sisters / Gene Krupa / Dinah Shore
Aren't You Glad You're You? - Bing Crosby / Les Brown (Doris Day)
Artistry Jumps - Stan Kenton
At Mail Call Today - Gene Autry
Autumn Serenade - Harry James
Baia - Xavier Cugat (Bing Crosby)
Be-Baba-Leba - Helen Humes
Bell-Bottom Trousers - Tony Pastor / Guy Lombardo (Jimmy Brown) / Kay Kyser
Beulah's Boogie - Lionel Hampton
Blues At Sunrise - Ivory Joe Hunter
Buzz Me - Louis Jordan
Caldonia - Louis Jordan / Woody Herman / Erskine Hawkins (Ace Harris)
Candy - Johnny Mercer / Dinah Shore
Can't You Read Between The Lines - Jimmy Dorsey (Jean Cromwell) / Kay Kyser / Charlie Spivak
Captain Kidd - Ella Mae Morse
Chickery Chick - Sammy Kaye
Chloe - Spike Jones & His City Slickers
Chopin's Polonaise - Carmen Cavallaro
Christmas Carols By the Old Corral - Tex Ritter
Close as Pages In A Book - Benny Goodman (Jane Harvey)
Cocktails For Two - Spike Jones & His City Slickers
Daddy-Daddy - Savannah Churchill
Detroit Blues - Tampa Red
Dig You Later (A Hubba-Hubba-Hubba) - Perry Como
Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief - Betty Hutton
Don't Hang Around Me Anymore - Gene Autry
Don't Live a Lie - Gene Autry
Don't Worry 'Bout That Mule - Louis Jordan
Don't You Know I Care (Or Don't You Care to Know) - Duke Ellington (Al Hibbler)
Dream - Frank Sinatra / Pied Pipers
Driftin' Blues - Johnny Moore's Three Blazers (Charles Brown)
Each Minute Seems a Million Years - Eddy Arnold
Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye - Benny Goodman (Peggy Mann)
Fifteen Years (And I'm Still Serving Time) - Erskine Hawkins / Pearl Bailey
Filipino Baby - Cowboy Copas / T. "Texas" Tyler
Fishin' For The Moon - Vaughn Monroe
Good, Good, Good (That's You-That's You) - Xavier Cugat (Del Campo) / Sammy Kaye
Got a Right to Cry - Joe Liggins
Gotta Be This Or That - Benny Goodman
Grievin' My Heart Out for You - Jimmie Davis
Groovin' High - Dizzy Gillespie
Guitar Boogie - Arthur Smith
Harlem Nocturne - Johnny Otis
He May Be Your Man - Helen Humes
Headin' Down the Wrong Highway - Ted Daffan
Hitler's Last Letter to Hirohito - Carson Robinson
Honestly - Dick Thomas
Hong Kong Blues - Hoagy Carmichael / Tommy Dorsey (Skeets Herfurt)
I Ain't Got Nothing but the Blues - Duke Ellington
I Ain't Mad At You Pretty Baby - Gatemouth Moore
I Can't Begin to Tell You - Bing Crosby
I Cover The Waterfront - Billie Holiday / Cats 'N Jammer Three
I Didn't Know About You - Count Basie (Thelma Carpenter)
I Fall In Love Too Easily - Eugenie Baird & Mel Torme
I Should Care - Frank Sinatra / Tommy Dorsey (Bonnie Lou Williams) / Martha Tilton
I Will Be Home Again - Golden Gate Quartet
I Wish - Mills Brothers
I Wonder - Louis Armstrong / Roosevelt Sykes / Warren Evans
If You Can't Smile and Say Yes - King Cole Trio
I'll Be Back - Gene Autry
I'll Buy That Dream - Helen Forrest & Dick Haymes / Harry James (Kitty Kallen)
I'm a Brandin' My Darlin' with My Heart - Jack Guthrie
I'm a Shy Guy - King Cole Trio
I'm Beginning To See The Light - Ella Fitzgerald & Ink Spots / Duke Ellington (Joya Sherrill)
I'm Gonna See My Baby - Johnny Mercer
I'm In The Mood For Love - Billy Eckstine
I'm Lost Without You - Al Dexter
I'm Tired - Private Cecil Gant
In The Middle Of May - Freddy Martin / Pied Pipers
It Might As Well Be Spring - Dick Haymes / Paul Weston (Margaret Whiting) / Sammy Kaye
It's Been A Long, Long Time - Harry James (Kitty Kallen) / Les Paul (Bing Crosby)
It's Only a Paper Moon - Ella Fitzgerald & Delta Rhythm Boys / Benny Goodman (Dottie Reid)
Jimmy's Blues - Count Basie (Jimmy Rushing)
Jivin' Joe Jackson - Count Basie (Ann Moore)
Johnson & Turner Blues - Pete Johnson (Joe Turner)
Just A Little Fond Affection - Gene Krupa
Just a-Sittin' And a-rockin' - Delta Rhythm Boys
Keep Your Arms Around Me - Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup
Last Night - Billy Eckstine
Laura - Woody Herman / Johnnie Johnston / Freddy Martin / Jerry Wald
Left a Good Deal in Mobile - Herb Jeffries
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! - Vaughn Monroe
Lonesome Lover Blues - Billy Eckstine
Love Letters - Dick Haymes
Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be) - Billie Holliday
Mean Old World - T-Bone Walker
Money is The Root Of All Evil - Andrews Sisters
Mop! Mop! - Louis Jordan
My Baby Said Yes - Bing Crosby & Louis Jordan
My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time - Les Brown (Doris Day) / Johnny Long (Dick Robertson) / Phil Moore Four
My Guy's Come Back - Benny Goodman (Liza Murrow) / Dinah Shore
Northwest Passage - Woody Herman
Oklahoma Hills - Jack Guthrie
On The Atchison, Topeka, And Santa Fe - Johnny Mercer / Bing Crosby
Personality - Johnny Mercer
Put Another Chair at the Table - Mills Brothers
Red Bank Boogie - Count Basie
Ridin' The Boogie - Hadda Brooks
Robin Hood - Louis Prima
Rock Me Mamma - Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup
S.K. Blues - Pete Johnson (Joe Turner)
Sail On Boogie - T-Bone Walker
Salt Peanuts - Dizzie Gillespie
Sentimental Journey - Les Brown (Doris Day) / Hal McIntyre / Merry Macs
Shadow on My Heart - Ted Daffan
Shame on You - Lawrence Welk (Red Foley) / Spade Cooley / Bill Boyd
Sioux City Sue - Dick Thomas
Skyliner - Charlie Barnet
Sleigh Ride In July - Dinah Shore / Bing Crosby / Tommy Dorsey (Bonnie Lou Williams)
Somebody Done Changed the Lock on My Door - Louis Jordan
Something Sentimental - Vaughn Monroe
Stars and Stripes on Iwo Jima - Sons of the Pioneers / Bob Wills & his Texas Playboys
Strange Things Happening Every Day - Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Stranger In Town - Martha Tilton
Stuffy - Coleman Hawkins
Swingin' The Boogie - Hadda Brooks
Symphony - Freddy Martin (Clyde Rogers) / Benny Goodman (Liza Morrow)
Tampico - Stan Kenton (June Christy)
That's The Stuff You Gotta Watch - Buddy Johnson (Ella Johnson)
The Bells of St. Mary's - Bing Crosby
The Blond Sailor - Andrews Sisters
The Cattle Call - Eddy Arnold
The General Jumped At Dawn - Golden Gate Quartet
The Grass Is Getting Greener - Private Cecil Gant
The Honeydripper - Joe Liggins / Jimmie Lunceford
The House I Live In - Frank Sinatra
The Moment I Met You - Tommy Dorsey (Sentimentalists)
The Road To Morocco - Bing Crosby & Bob Hope
There Must Be A Way - Charlie Spivak / Johnnie Johnston
There! I've Said It Again - Vaughn Monroe / Jimmy Dorsey (Teddy Waiters)
Things Have Changed - Big Maceo Merriweather
Till The End Of Time - Perry Como / Les Brown (Doris Day) / Dick Haymes
Tippin' In - Erskine Hawkins
Triflin' Gal - Al Dexter / Walter Shrum
Twilight Time - Three Suns / Les Brown
Two-Timed Me One Time Too Often - Tex Ritter
Voo-It! Voo-It! - Blues Woman
What Makes The Sunset - Frank Sinatra
Who Threw The Whiskey In The Well? - Lucky Millinder (Wynonie Harris)
Who's Been Foolin' You - Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup
With Tears in My Eyes - Wesley Tuttle
Wynonie's Blues - Wynonie Harris
You Can't Get That No More - Louis Jordan
You'll Never Walk Alone - Frank Sinatra


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 Post subject: Re: Top 100 Songs of 1945
PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2013 5:41 pm 
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I'm not aware of anything that is missing that I think should be included. I would have mentioned "Lover Man" and Dizzy Gillespie if they'd been left out. The mid and late '40s were a good time for Coleman Hawkins, and "Stuffy", which I believe was released in '45, is highly esteemed by jazz people, but I can't say whether I think it is the kind of thing that should make a list like this. While I'm at it, I'll also mention that Hawk's "Woody 'n' You", which I think is a '44 release, is considered by many to be the first bebop studio recording.


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 Post subject: Re: Top 100 Songs of 1945
PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2013 11:34 pm 
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Some things that I have as 1945:

Smoke on the Water - Bob Wills & Texas Playboys
Fine Brown Frame - Buddy Johnson
Driftin' Blues - Johnny Moore's Three Blazers (Charles Brown)
Ko-Ko - Charlie Parker
Just a-Sittin' And a-rockin' - Delta Rhythm Boys (did you have this in 46?)
Seventh Street Boogie - Ivory Joe Hunter
Watch That Jive - Joe Turner


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 Post subject: Re: Top 100 Songs of 1945
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I don't know when "Ko-Ko" was released, but if this helps, it was recorded November 26, 1945.


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 Post subject: Re: Top 100 Songs of 1945
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Brian wrote:
I don't know when "Ko-Ko" was released, but if this helps, it was recorded November 26, 1945.


RYM says 1946.

http://rateyourmusic.com/release/single ... _the_moon/


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 Post subject: Re: Top 100 Songs of 1945
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Bruce wrote:
Brian wrote:
I don't know when "Ko-Ko" was released, but if this helps, it was recorded November 26, 1945.


RYM says 1946.

http://rateyourmusic.com/release/single ... _the_moon/


That's why I listed it for 1946 but I know RYM is not 100% accurate

Bruce wrote:
Some things that I have as 1945:

Just a-Sittin' And a-rockin' - Delta Rhythm Boys (did you have this in 46?)


Yes, I listed it as '46 as per RYM. Did you find a source that says otherwise?


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 Post subject: Re: Top 100 Songs of 1945
PostPosted: Wed Nov 20, 2013 2:29 pm 
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Brian wrote:
I'm not aware of anything that is missing that I think should be included. I would have mentioned "Lover Man" and Dizzy Gillespie if they'd been left out. The mid and late '40s were a good time for Coleman Hawkins, and "Stuffy", which I believe was released in '45, is highly esteemed by jazz people, but I can't say whether I think it is the kind of thing that should make a list like this. While I'm at it, I'll also mention that Hawk's "Woody 'n' You", which I think is a '44 release, is considered by many to be the first bebop studio recording.


I think I can find a spot for "Stuffy". Thanks for the insight, Brian.

Yes, I have "Woody 'n' You" as 44 as well. Definitely significant enough to make it on the 44 list


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Adam wrote:
Bruce wrote:
Some things that I have as 1945:

Just a-Sittin' And a-rockin' - Delta Rhythm Boys (did you have this in 46?)


Yes, I listed it as '46 as per RYM. Did you find a source that says otherwise?


Yes, definitely released in 1945 and charted R&B in January of 46.

Check this link, it was issued twice, the first one, Decca 18739, in 45.

http://books.google.com/books?id=L4ghJf ... 39&f=false


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 Post subject: Re: Top 100 Songs of 1945
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Bruce wrote:
Adam wrote:
Bruce wrote:
Some things that I have as 1945:

Just a-Sittin' And a-rockin' - Delta Rhythm Boys (did you have this in 46?)


Yes, I listed it as '46 as per RYM. Did you find a source that says otherwise?


Yes, definitely released in 1945 and charted R&B in January of 46.

Check this link, it was issued twice, the first one, Decca 18739, in 45.

http://books.google.com/books?id=L4ghJf ... 39&f=false


Ok Thanks. Funny thing is I have Rosalsky's book. Didn't think they'd be in there...guess I should have checked first!


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"Stuffy" , "Just a-Sittin' And a-rockin' " , and "Driftin' Blues" have been added

Bruce wrote:
Some things that I have as 1945:
Fine Brown Frame - Buddy Johnson


Is this the original version of Nellie Lutcher's hit? (I can find the Mp3 so I don't know)


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Adam wrote:
Ok Thanks. Funny thing is I have Rosalsky's book.


Mitch was a great guy. He used to come into the store I managed every Saturday with his wife.
He was sick though, diabetes and some other problems so it was no big surprise when he died suddenly.
There's lots of errors in his book but he's correct on this one.

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Adam wrote:
Is this the original version of Nellie Lutcher's hit? (I can find the Mp3 so I don't know)


Same song, I think Buddy's is the original. I'm emailing you the MP3.

From what I can find it looks like Buddy's version was recorded in Oct of 1944 but not released until March of 1946 on Decca 11000.

http://rateyourmusic.com/release/single ... own_frame/

You can put it in 1946 in place of the Delta Rhythm Boys record that you have to move.


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Criteria: - These records were chosen and ranked based on their initial & lasting popularity, acclaim, and their impact on the overall scope of musical history.

Note: Yearly song lists go by earliest 'release date' (Single, Album, or Country of first release). Not necessarily the year a song peaked in the U.S. charts.

1. Caldonia - Louis Jordan / Woody Herman
2. The Honeydripper - Joe Liggins
3. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! - Vaughn Monroe
4. On The Atchison, Topeka, And Santa Fe - Johnny Mercer / Bing Crosby / Tommy Dorsey (Sentimentalists)
5. Driftin' Blues - Johnny Moore's Three Blazers (Charles Brown)
6. Candy - Johnny Mercer & Jo Stafford
7. Sentimental Journey - Les Brown (Doris Day)
8. There! I've Said It Again - Vaughn Monroe
9. Who Threw The Whiskey In The Well? - Lucky Millinder (Wynonie Harris)
10. Tippin' In - Erskine Hawkins
11. Buzz Me - Louis Jordan
12. Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be) - Billie Holliday
13. Till The End Of Time - Perry Como / Les Brown (Doris Day) / Dick Haymes
14. I'm Beginning To See The Light - Ella Fitzgerald & Ink Spots
15. It's Been A Long, Long Time - Harry James (Kitty Kallen) / Les Paul (Bing Crosby)
16. Chickery Chick - Sammy Kaye
17. Strange Things Happening Every Day - Sister Rosetta Tharpe
18. I Can't Begin to Tell You - Bing Crosby
19. I'll Buy That Dream - Helen Forrest & Dick Haymes / Harry James (Kitty Kallen)
20. It Might As Well Be Spring - Dick Haymes / Paul Weston (Margaret Whiting) / Sammy Kaye
21. My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time - Les Brown (Doris Day)
22. Personality - Johnny Mercer
23. Laura - Woody Herman / Johnnie Johnston / Freddy Martin / Jerry Wald
24. Just a-Sittin' and a-Rockin' -Delta Rythm Boys / Stan Kenton (June Christy)
25. I Wonder - Louis Armstrong / Roosevelt Sykes / Warren Evans
26. Groovin' High - Dizzy Gillespie
27. Guitar Boogie - Arthur Smith
28. Bell-Bottom Trousers - Tony Pastor / Guy Lombardo (Jimmy Brown) / Kay Kyser
29. You'll Never Walk Alone Frank Sinatra
30. Tampico - Stan Kenton (June Christy)
31. The Cattle Call - Eddy Arnold
32. Sioux City Sue - Dick Thomas
33. You Can't Get That No More - Louis Jordan
34. Salt Peanuts - Dizzie Gillespie
35. Along The Navajo Trail Bing Crosby & Andrews Sisters / Gene Krupa / Dinah Shore
36. Dream - Frank Sinatra / Pied Pipers
37. Mop! Mop! - Louis Jordan
38. Don't Worry 'Bout That Mule - Louis Jordan
39. Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive - Bing Crosby & Andrews Sisters
40. Symphony - Freddy Martin (Clyde Rogers) / Benny Goodman (Liza Morrow)
41. Shame on You - Spade Cooley (Tex Williams) / Lawrence Welk (Red Foley)
42. Gotta Be This Or That - Benny Goodman
43. Dig You Later (A Hubba-Hubba-Hubba) - Perry Como
44. Rock Me Mamma - Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup
45. Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief - Betty Hutton
46. Somebody Done Changed the Lock on My Door - Louis Jordan
47. I Should Care - Frank Sinatra / Tommy Dorsey (Bonnie Lou Williams) / Martha Tilton
48. Twilight Time Three Suns / Les Brown
49. Oklahoma Hills - Jack Guthrie
50. Chopin's Polonaise - Carmen Cavallaro
51. The House I Live In - Frank Sinatra
52. Love Letters - Dick Haymes
53. Harlem Nocturne - Johnny Otis
54. That's The Stuff You Gotta Watch - Buddy Johnson (Ella Johnson)
55. I Cover The Waterfront - Billie Holiday / Cats 'N Jammer Three
56. It's Only a Paper Moon - Ella Fitzgerald & Delta Rhythm Boys
57. Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye - Benny Goodman (Peggy Mann)
58. Can't You Read Between The Lines - Jimmy Dorsey (Jean Cromwell) / Kay Kyser / Charlie Spivak
59. Aren't You Glad You're You? - Bing Crosby / Les Brown (Doris Day)
60. Stars and Stripes on Iwo Jima - Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys / Sons of the Pioneers
61. S.K. Blues - Pete Johnson (Joe Turner)
62. Voo-It! Voo-It! - Blues Woman
63. Stuff Like That There - Betty Hutton
64. A Kiss Goodnight - Woody Herman / Freddie Slack
65. Chloe - Spike Jones & His City Slickers (Red Ingle)
66. Sleigh Ride In July - Dinah Shore / Bing Crosby / Tommy Dorsey (Bonnie Lou Williams)
67. Waitin' For The Train To Come In - Peggy Lee / Harry James / Johnny Long
68. A Little on The Lonely Side - Guy Lombardo (Jimmy Brown)
69. Cocktails For Two - Spike Jones & His City Slickers
70. 11:60 PM - Harry James
71. The Bells of St. Mary's - Bing Crosby
72. Got a Right to Cry - Joe Liggins
73. Close as Pages In A Book - Benny Goodman (Jane Harvey)
74. Good, Good, Good (That's You-That's You) Xavier Cugat (Del Campo) / Sammy Kaye
75. The Blond Sailor - Andrews Sisters
76. Artistry Jumps - Stan Kenton
77. Poor Little Rhode Island - Guy Lombardo
78. Keep Your Arms Around Me - Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup
79. Hong Kong Blues - Tommy Dorsey (Skeets Herfurt)
80. Put Another Chair at the Table - Mills Brothers
81. There Must Be A Way - Charlie Spivak / Johnnie Johnston
82. If I Loved You - Perry Como
83. Yah-Ta-Ta, Yah-Ta-Ta (Talk, Talk, Talk) - Bing Crosby & Judy Garland
84. Stuffy - Coleman Hawkins
85. At Mail Call Today - Gene Autry
86. I Wish I Knew - Dick Haymes
87. Money is The Root Of All Evil - Andrews Sisters
88. (Did You Ever Get) That Feeling In The Moonlight - Perry Como
89. Filipino Baby - Cowboy Copas / T. "Texas" Tyler
90. Triflin' Gal - Al Dexter / Walter Shrum
91. Jimmy's Blues - Count Basie (Jimmy Rushing)
92. I Wish - Mills Brothers
93. The Moment I Met You - Tommy Dorsey (Sentimentalists)
94. I Fall In Love Too Easily - Eugenie Baird & Mel Torme
95. A Cottage For Sale - Billy Eckstine
96. With Tears in My Eyes - Wesley Tuttle
97. Blues At Sunrise - Ivory Joe Hunter
98. All of My Life - Bing Crosby / Sammy Kaye / Three Suns
99. I Ain't Got Nothing But The Blues - Duke Ellington
100. Two-Timed Me One Time Too Often - Tex Ritter

101. Baia - Xavier Cugat (Bing Crosby)
102. Some Sunday Morning - Helen Forrest & Dick Haymes
103. Fuzzy Wuzzy - Jesters
104. Beulah's Boogie - Lionel Hampton
105. Christmas Carols By the Old Corral - Tex Ritter
106. You Came Along (From Out Of Nowhere) - Tommy Dorsey (Skeets Herfurt)
107. Be-Baba-Leba - Helen Humes
108. Fifteen Years (And I'm Still Serving Time) Erskine Hawkins / Pearl Bailey
109. Grievin' My Heart Out for You - Jimmie Davis
110. Daddy-Daddy - Savannah Churchill
111. Wynonie's Blues - Wynonie Harris
112. Things Have Changed - Big Maceo
113. Detroit Blues - Tampa Red
114. Swingin' The Boogie - Hadda Brooks
115. Hitler's Last Letter to Hirohito - Carson Robinson
116. Just a Little Fond Affection - Gene Krupa
117. I Will Be Home Again - Golden Gate Quartet
118. I'm a Shy Guy - King Cole Trio
119. Left a Good Deal in Mobile - Herb Jeffries
120. My Baby Said Yes - Bing Crosby & Louis Jordan

Adam's choice - An unheralded great record from 1945
Please Let Me Forget - Lester Young (Helen Humes)


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