Time: 6pm GMT, Sunday 27th February 2022
Place: Cambridge 105 Radio
Another trip into the archives with James Errington, this time to 1933. It’s the worst year of the great depression, terrible things are afoot in Europe, but with the first golden age of Hollywood, all America seems to want to do is celebrate. It’s an odd moment, then, but one with some fantastic music.
You can listen to the show on 105fm in Cambridge, on DAB digital across South Cambridgeshire, on the Cambridge 105 website here, or on any good radio apps, or you can play the whole extended version on this handy mixcloud player.
Maurice Jaubert – Zéro De Conduite – If The Kids Are United
Bennie Moten’s Kansas City Orchestra – Toby
Las Estrellas Hababeras – Buey Viejo
Art Tatum – Tiger Rag
Lightnin’ Washington – Long John
Ethel Waters – Stormy Weather
Ginger Rogers & Fred Astaire – Music Makes Me
Casa Loma Orchestra – White Jazz
Bessie Smith – Gimme A Pigfoot And A Bottle Of Beer
Clarence Ashley & Gwen Foster – Bay Rum Blues Roots
Groucho Marx & Margaret Dumont – The Laws Of My Administration
Carmen Miranda – Alvorada (Samba)
Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra – Sophisticated Lady
Georg Kulenkampff – Tambourin Chinois (Kreisler)
Arthur Schnabel – Sonata No 22 In F Major, Op 54 Ii Allegretto
Harry Roy – Bugle Call Rag (Piano Duet – Ivor Moreton & Dave Kaye)
Spike Hughes And His Orchestra – How Come You Do Me Like You Do?
Boswell Sisters – Shuffle Off To Buffalo
Big Bill Broonzy – How You Want It Done?
Wilmouth Houdini and his Humming Bird – Trinidad Hurricane
Fernando Vilches & Ramon Montoya – Flor De Petenera
Jimmie Rodgers – Gambling Bar Room Blues
Marta Eggerth – Ave Maria (Schubert)