Various ‎– From Spirituals To Swing - The Legendary 1938 & 1939 Carnegie Hall Concerts Produced By John Hammond

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Vanguard ‎– 169/71-2
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3 × CD, Compilation, Reissue, Remastered
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The December 23, 1938 Concert
1-01 Count Basie And His Orchestra* Swingin' The Blues 3:35
1-02 Count Basie And His Orchestra* One O'Clock Jump 1:10
1-03 John Hammond Introduction 0:38
1-04 Hot Lips Page with The Count Basie Orchestra* Blues With Lips
Trumpet – Hot Lips Page
3:08
1-05 Kansas City Five* I Never Knew 3:08
1-06 Kansas City Five* Don't Be That Way 4:01
1-07 John Hammond Introduction 0:29
1-08 Helen Humes with Kansas City Five* Blues With Helen 3:32
1-09 John Hammond Introduction 0:23
1-10 Count Basie, Walter Page & Jo Jones I Ain't Got Nobody 3:45
1-11 Meade Lux Lewis*, Albert Ammons & Pete Johnson Jumpin' Blues 2:22
1-12 Meade Lux Lewis* Honky Tonk Train Blues 2:38
1-13 Joe Turner* with Pete Johnson Low Down Dog 2:22
1-14 Joe Turner* with Pete Johnson It's All Right, Baby 2:38
1-15 Albert Ammons Boogie Woogie 3:48
1-16 Meade Lux Lewis*, Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson, Walter Page & Jo Jones Cavalcade Of Boogie 3:04
1-17 Sister Rosetta Tharpe with Albert Ammons Rock Me 2:13
1-18 Sister Rosetta Tharpe with Albert Ammons That's All 1:36
1-19 Mitchell's Christian Singers What More Can My Jesus Do? 2:11
1-20 Mitchell's Christian Singers My Poor Mother Died A'Shoutin' 2:14
1-21 Mitchell's Christian Singers Are You Living Humble 2:51
2-01 New Orleans Feetwarmers* Weary Blues 2:07
2-02 New Orleans Feetwarmers* Milenberg Joys 1:46
2-03 New Orleans Feetwarmers* I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate 2:21
2-04 Big Bill Broonzy with Albert Ammons It Was Just A Dream 3:12
2-05 Sonny Terry Fox Chase 2:15
2-06 James P. Johnson* Carolina Shout 2:23
2-07 Count Basie And His Orchestra* Every Tub 2:54
2-08 Jimmy Rushing with Count Basie And His Orchestra* Stealin' Blues 3:43
2-09 Kansas City Six After You've Gone 4:52
June 3, 1938 Studio Date
2-10 Kansas City Five* Oh, Lady Be Good 3:20
2-11 Kansas City Five* Allez-Oop 3:50
2-12 Kansas City Five* Mortgage Stomp 3:30
The December 24, 1939 Concert
2-13 Sterling A. Brown Spoken Introduction
Voice – Prof. Sterling A. Brown*
4:41
2-14 Golden Gate Quartet* Gospel Train 2:09
2-15 Golden Gate Quartet* I'm On My Way 3:00
2-16 Golden Gate Quartet* Noah 2:50
3-01 Benny Goodman Sextet I Got Rhythm 3:20
3-02 Benny Goodman Sextet Flying Home 3:18
3-03 Benny Goodman Sextet Memories Of You 3:12
3-04 Benny Goodman Sextet Stompin' At The Savoy 3:20
3-05 Benny Goodman Sextet Honeysuckle Rose 3:54
3-06 James P. Johnson* Blueberry Rhyme 3:26
3-07 James P. Johnson* The Mule Walk 2:23
3-08 Ida Cox with James P. Johnson*, Jo Jones, Walter Page, Freddie Green, Shad Collins, Dickie Wells & Buddy Tate Lowdown Dirty Shame 2:36
3-09 Ida Cox with James P. Johnson*, Jo Jones, Walter Page, Freddie Green, Shad Collins, Dickie Wells & Buddy Tate 'Fore Day Creep 3:24
3-10 Big Bill Broonzy & Albert Ammons Done Got Wise 2:31
3-11 Big Bill Broonzy & Albert Ammons Louise, Louise 2:53
3-12 Sonny Terry Mountain Blues 3:14
3-13 Sonny Terry & Bull City Red The New John Henry
Washboard – Bull City Red
3:32
3-14 Kansas City Six Paging The Devil 3:47
3-15 Kansas City Six Way Down Yonder In New Orleans 2:28
3-16 Kansas City Six Good Morning Blues 3:50
3-17 Count Basie And His Orchestra* with Helen Humes & James P. Johnson* Old Fashioned Love 2:12
3-18 Count Basie And His Orchestra* with Helen Humes & James P. Johnson* If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight 3:01
3-19 Count Basie And His Orchestra* That Rhythm Man 2:35
3-20 Jam Session - Oh, Lady Be Good 10:21

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Notes

Tracks 1-05, 1-08, 2-10 to 2-12 rec. 46th St. studio, NYC 6/1938.
Tracks 1-01 to 1-04, 1-06, 1-09 to 2-09 rec. live Carnegie Hall, NYC 23/12/1938.
Tracks 2-13 to 3-20 rec. live Carnegie Hall, NYC 24/12/1939.
Tracks 1-03, 1-07 & 1-09 rec. 1958.
Tracks 1-01, 1-05, 1-11 to 1-13, 1-15, 1-17, 1-18, 1-21, 2-02, 2-05, 2-07 to 2-10, 2-12, 2-13, 2-16, 3-06, 3-08, 3-17 & 3-18 not previously released.
Remaining tracks first released as Vanguard double LP in 1959.
Includes facsimile of 23/12/1938 concert program, booklet.
℗&© 1999 Vanguard Records

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