- Swing street [sound recording].
- [New York?] : Epic, 
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- 4 sound discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono.; 12 in.
- Epic: SN 6042 (LN 24027--LN 24030)
- Jazz of the 1930's and 1940's played in clubs on 52nd Street, New York City.
- Manual sequence.
- Accompanying booklet ( p. : ill., ports. ; 31 cm.) contains preface by John Hammond, an essay "The street" by Charles Edward Smith, track titles, recorded manufacturer's numbers, recording dates, durations and personnel.
- Event (note)
- Originally recorded 1931-1947.
- Source (note)
- Bob Rickles Jazz Collection donated by Doris Rickles
- v. 1. It's a long, long way to Tipperary (Ella Logan, the Spirits of Rhythm, and Leo Watson) -- We've got the blues ; My old man ; I'll be ready when the great day comes (The Spirits of Rhythm) -- Eel ; Home cooking ; Tennessee twilight ; Madame Dynamite (Eddie Condon and his orchestra) -- Old Joe's hittin' the jug (Stuff Smith and his Onyx Club Boys) -- You'se a viper (Stuff Smith and his Onyx Club Boys, with Jonah Jones) -- What's the reason I'm not pleasing you ; You've been taking lessons in love (from somebody new) (Red McKenzie and his Rhythm Kings) -- Isle of Capri ; Nickel in the slot (Wingy Manone and his orchestra) -- Every minute of the hour ; Lost (Red Allen and his orchestra) --
- v. 2. Music goes 'round and around (Frank Froeba and his Swing Band, vocal by Jack Purvis) -- Let's have a jubilee ; House rent party day (Louis Prima and his New Orleans Gang) -- You showed me the way (Frankie Newton and his Uptown Serenaders, vocal by Clarence Palmer) -- Onyx hop (Frankie Newton and his Uptown Serenaders, vocals by Newton and Pete Brown) -- Swing out, Uncle Wilson (The Three Peppers) -- Duck's yas, yas, yas ; Serenade in the night (The Three Peppers, vocal by Toy Wilson) -- I'm crazy 'bout my baby (Fats Waller) -- Tea for two ; Sophisticated lady (Art Tatum) -- Rosetta ; Between the devil and the deep blue sea (Teddy Wilson) -- Don't leave me ; I got rhythm (Clarence Profit Trio) -- Little bit later on (Bunny Berigan and his Boys, vocal by Chick Bullock) --
- v. 3. Jazz me blues ; Hot string beans (Joe Marsala and his Chicagoans) -- Born to swing (Midge Williams and her Jazz Jesters) -- Loch Lomond (Maxine Sullivan and her orchestra ; Claude Thornhill, conductor) -- Can't we be friends ; Coquette (John Kirby and his orchestra) -- If I had a ribbon bow (Maxine Sullivan, orchestra conducted by John Kirby) -- Overheard in a cocktail lounge (Charlie Barnet and his orchestra) -- More than you know (Mildred Bailey and her orchestra) -- Night is blue (Red Norvo Swing Septet) -- I'd love to take orders from you (Mildred Bailey and her Swing Band) -- Flat foot floogie (Slim Gaillard and Slam Stewart) -- Chicken rhythm (Slim Gaillard and his Flat Foot Floogie Boys) -- That da-da strain (Bud Freeman and his famous Chicagoans) -- Jack hits the road (Bud Freeman and his famous Chicagoans, vocal by Jack Teagarden) -- Bugle call rag (Bobby Hackett and his orchestra) --
- v. 4. I hear music ; Practice makes perfect (Billie Holiday and her orchestra) -- Cherry red ; Baby, look at you (Pete Johnson's Boogie Woogie Boys, vocal by Joe Turner) -- Beat me daddy (eight to the bar) (Will Bradley and his orchestra, vocal by Ray McKinley) -- Love jumped out ; Five o'clock whistle (Count Basie and his orchestra) -- Woodchopper's ball (Woody Herman and his orchestra) -- Walkin' in a daze (Hot Lips Page and his orchestra) -- That thing (Roy Eldridge and his orchestra) -- Serenade to a sleeping beauty; Rocky comfort (Coleman Hawkins and his orchestra) -- Characteristic blues ; Okey doke (Noble Sissle's Swingsters) -- I can't get started ; Good bait (Dizzy Gillespie and his orchestra).
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- Princeton University Library