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22 February 2010

It's Tight Like That


At last, a new post. And there's more where this came from, too. This McKinney's Cotton Pickers disc precedes the one posted some time ago (check the tabs) and has some very good tunes, including two versions of Four or Five Times and a version of Stardust. Milenberg Joys is another good one. Don Redman and the band were still playing some hot jazz with tight arrangements before turning a bit sweeter as they entered the 1930s. Enjoy. +

Tracks

1. Four Or Five Times
2. Put It There (Shag Nasty)
3. Crying And Sighing
4. Milenberg Joys
5. Cherry
6. Stop Kidding (Neckbones And Sauerkraut)
7. Nobody's Sweetheart
8. Some Sweet Day
9. Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble
10. Paducah - The Chocolate Dandies
11. Star Dust - The Chocolate Dandies
12. Birmingham Breakdown - The Chocolate Dandies
13. Four Or Five Times - The Chocolate Dandies
14. It's Tight Like That
15. There's A Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder
16. It's A Precious Little Thing Called Love
17. Save It, Pretty Mama
18. I've Found A New Baby
19. Will You, Won't You Be My Babe?
20. Beedle-Um-Bum
21. Do Something
22. Sellin' That Stuff

6 comments:

mhc said...

McKinney's Cotton Pickers, my favorite!

A great start! Happy to see your post this morning, kind of miss you!

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Thanks. This is great music like they don't make anymore.

Anonymous said...

Password: never mind I found it on your home page. Thank you.

Chester Proudfoot said...

Re the password: I really wanted to show a picture of a painting I have with a couple trying to enter a speakeasy, saying the password. But I guessed that very few people would figure it out. Hopefully it's only a mild inconvenience. Which reminds me, I need to go upload some files!

Jay Bee said...

Great record, thank you!

Chester Proudfoot said...

Ready to enjoy again.