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100 years jazz!

tue 31 dec 2013 17:00 

Jazz in Europe: following their American examples, a lively jazz scene began in Europe in the twenties and thirties. A number of orchestras in Belgium and Switzerland, including the one of Fud Candrix and Teddy Stauffer, are able to easily compete with the large bands from the American Jazz.

1. Django Reinhardt – The Sheik Of Araby (Snyder, Smith, Wheeler) 26 April 1937
2. L’Orchestre Antillais – Sêrpent Maigre (Joplin) November 1929
3. Lew Stone – I Ain’t Got Nobody (Graham, Williams) December 1934
4. Comedian Harmonists – Creole Love Call (Ellington) 28 October 1933
5. James Kok – Pacific Express (Menichino) 12 April 1934
6. Heinz Wehner – Bye Bye Blues (Handy) 27 September 1938
7. Teddy Stauffer – Lucky Day (Henderson, Da Sylva, Brown) May 1941
8. Fud Candrix – Doggin` Around (Battle-Evans)  21 November 1940
9. Stan Brenders – Dynamisme (Saguet) 28 April 1941
10. Leo de la Fuente – In London On A Misty Night Like This (Valentino, Young) 8 November 1932
11. The Ramblers – Farewell Blues (Schoebel, Mares, Rappollo) 22 August 1934
12. Red Debroy – Nickel In The Slot (Manone, Mills) June 1936
13. AVRO Dansorkest led by Klaas van Beeck –  Chinatown, My Chinatown (Schwartz, Jerome) July 1940
14. Dick Willebrandts – Ratten op de Trap (Boy Edgar) April 1944

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