Bailey, Bob

Copyright 2014, J. David Goldin.

These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of January 17, 2014. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


75810. The Dixieland Music Shop. July 4, 1939. CBS net. Commercials deleted. The first tune is, "The Lady's In Love." Bob introduces "Hindustan" as "a slant-eyed favorite." The microphone pick-up on Bobby Haggart's bass solo during "Pagan Love Song" is remarkable. Bob Crosby and His Orchestra, Helen Ward (vocal), Joe Sullivan (piano, vocal), Billy Butterfield, Eddie Miller, Warren Smith (trombone), Bob Haggart (bass), Ray Bauduc (drums), George Bryan (announcer), Johnny Mercer, Irving Fazola (clarinet), Nappy Lamare (guitar). 26:2. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

75811. The Dixieland Music Shop. July 11, 1939. CBS net. Commercials deleted. The first tune is, "The Beer Barrel Polka" (which is called, "The Barrel Polka"). Bob Crosby and His Orchestra, Helen Ward (vocal), Johnny Mercer, Billy Butterfield, Zeke Zarchy, Shorty Sherock, Warren Smith, Ray Coniff, Irving Fazola, Joe Kearns, Bill Stegmeyer, Gil Rodin, Eddie Miller, Joe Sullivan, Nappy Lamare, Bob Haggart, Ray Bauduc, George Bryan (announcer). 27:0. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

75812. The Dixieland Music Shop. July 18, 1939. CBS net. Commercials deleted. The first tune is, "You're The Cream In My Coffee." Bob Crosby and His Orchestra, Helen Ward (vocal), Johnny Mercer, Billy Butterfield, Zeke Zarchy, Shorty Sherock, Warren Smith, Ray Coniff, Irving Fazola, Joe Kearns, Bill Stegmeyer, Gil Rodin, Eddie Miller, Joe Sullivan, Nappy Lamare, Bob Haggart, Ray Bauduc, George Bryan (announcer). 27:0. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

78397. America Dances. 1940. CBS net for the BBC. The first tune is, "Over The Waves." Bob Crosby and His Orchestra, Ray Bauduc, Jess Stacy, Bob Haggart, Billy Butterfield, Marion Mann (vocal), Irving Fazola, John Allen Wolfe (announcer), Eddie Miller. 29:3. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

40621. Bob Crosby and His Orchestra. April 29, 1940. Mutual net, WGN, Chicago origination. Sustaining. Band remote from The Blackhawk Restaurant, Chicago. First tune, "Boogie Woogie Maxixe." "The Bobcats" play "Jazz Me Blues." Billy Butterfield, Bob Crosby, Bob Crosby and His Orchestra, Irving Fazola, Jess Stacy, Marion Mann (vocal), Nappy Lamare. 28:2. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

73752. Artie Shaw and His Orchestra. January 22, 1941. NBC net. Sustaining. A closing night band remote from The Hollywood Palladium. The first tune is, "Frenesi." Artie Shaw and His Orchestra, Anita Boyer (vocal), Billy Butterfield, Nick Fatool, Johnny Guarnieri, Al Hendrickson, Jud De Naut. 26:3. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

3154. Benny Goodman and His Orchestra. August 10, 1941. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from the Panther Room of the Hotel Sherman, Chicago. The first tune is, "The Count." This is Helen Forrest's last date with the band. Benny Goodman and His Orchestra, Billy Butterfield, Cootie Williams, Tommy Taylor (vocal), Helen Forrest (vocal). 25:0. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

20668. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. 1944. Blue Network. Sustaining. The date is approximate. Alistair Cooke (m. c.), Joe Bushkin, Sid Catlett, Bob Casey, Pee Wee Russell, Joe McGarity, Sterling Bose, Buster Bailey, Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Max Kaminsky. 13:2. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

20669. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. March 10, 1944. Blue Network. Sustaining. The first tune heard is, "Peg O' My Heart." The sequencing of the tunes is questionable. There are repeating and skipped groves for the first ten minutes of this recording. Alistair Cooke (host), Eddie Condon, Pee Wee Russell, Joe Bushkin, Billy Butterfield, Max Kaminsky, Don Frye, Buster Bailey, Sterling Bose, Sid Catlett, Art Hodes, Bob Casey. 49:1. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpts.

20664. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. March 11, 1944. WHN, New York. A live concert from New York City, portions broadcast were by WHN. Al Casey, Billy Butterfield, Bob Haggart, Bobby Hackett, Cliff Jackson, Eddie Condon, Edmond Hall, George Wettling (drums), Joe Bushkin (piano), Hot Lips Page, Max Kaminsky, Miff Mole, Pee Wee Russell, Pops Foster. 1 hour 14 minute. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66006. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. May 20, 1944. Program #1. Blue Network. Sustaining. The first show of the series (that was broadcast on the Blue net). The first tune is, "Sweet Georgia Brown." Guest is author John O'Hara. The program opening is upcut. Eddie Condon (host, guitar), Bobby Hackett (cornet), Billy Butterfield (trumpet), Hot Lips Page (trumpet, vocal), Miff Mole (trombone), Pee Wee Russell (clarinet), Gene Schroeder (piano), James P. Johnson (piano), Bob Casey (bass), Joe Grauso (drums), Liza Morrow (vocal), Fred Robbins (announcer), Dick Charles (engineer), John O'Hara (guest), Ernie Anderson (producer). 28:1. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

2717. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. May 27, 1944. Program #2 (AFRS #1). Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The first tune is, "At The Jazz Band Ball." This is the second of the Eddie Condon Town Hall concerts, the first show was apparently not rebroadcast by AFRS. Hot Lips Page, Miff Mole, Pee Wee Russell, Rex Stewart, Sonny Greer, Fred Robbins (announcer), Billy Butterfield, Gene Schroeder, James P. Johnson, Bob Casey, Max Kaminsky, Ernie Caceres, Bobby Hackett, Eddie Condon, John Kirby, Liza Morrow (vocal), George Frazier (guest), Ernest Anderson (producer), Jack Bland (director), Dick Charles (engineer). 30:1. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66007. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. June 3, 1944. Program #3. Blue Network. Sustaining. The third show of the series from Town Hall, New York City. The first tune is, "Ballin' The Jack." An interview with Sergeant Joe McCarthy of "Yank" magazine has been deleted. Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Max Kaminsky, Hot Lips Page, Benny Morton, Ernie Caceres, Edmond Hall, Pee Wee Russell, Gene Schroeder, Bob Casey, Joe Grauso, Liza Morrow (vocal), Ernie Anderson (producer), Jack Bland (director), Fred Robbins (announcer), Dick Charles (engineer). 24:1. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

2718. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. July 8, 1944. Program #8 (AFRS #6). Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The program originates from Town Hall, New York City. The first tune is, "Struttin' With Some Barbecue." Fred Robbins (announcer), Dick Charles (engineer), Ernie Caceres, Edmond Hall, Gene Schroeder, Johnny Williams, Joe Grauso, Ernest Anderson (producer), Jack Bland (director), Eddie Condon, Pee Wee Russell, Bobby Hackett, Billy Butterfield, Jonah Jones (vocal), Benny Morton. 30:0. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

87991. The Philco Summer Hour. August 13, 1944. Blue Network. Sponsored by: Philco. The program is also known as, "The Radio Hall Of Fame." The first tune is, "Sweet and Lovely." Bob Johnston, Ilene Woods, Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Glenn Riggs (announcer), Hi Lo Jack and The Dame, Irving Berlin, Billy Butterfield. 59:4. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

1579. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. August 19, 1944. Program #14 (AFRS #12). Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The first tune is, "Clarinet Marmalade." The second tune is, "The Sunny Side Of The Street," sung by Lee Wiley. The fourteenth program of the broadcast series from Town Hall, New York City. Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Willie The Lion Smith, Pee Wee Russell, Bobby Hackett, Lee Wiley, Benny Morton, Ernie Caceres, Edmond Hall, Gene Schroeder, Bob Casey, Joe Grauso, Gene Krupa, Ernest Anderson (producer), Jack Bland (director), Fred Robbins (announcer), Dick Charles (engineer). 29:4. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

87992. The Philco Summer Hour. August 20, 1944. Blue Network. Sponsored by: Philco. The program is also known as, "The Radio Hall Of Fame." The first tune is, "Take It Easy." Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Glenn Riggs (announcer), Ilene Woods, Bob Johnston, Hi Lo Jack and The Dame, George Hayes, Billy Butterfield. 59:3. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

87994. The Philco Summer Hour. September 3, 1944. Blue Network. Sponsored by: Philco. The program is also known as, "The Radio Hall Of Fame." The first tune is, "Blue Room." Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Bob Johnston, Ilene Woods, Glenn Riggs (announcer), Four Chicks and Chuck, Billy Butterfield, Hank D'Amico, Earl Wild. 59:3. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

2723. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. September 9, 1944. Program #17 (AFRS #15). Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The first tune is, "Love Nest." The program originates from Town Hall, New York City. Eddie Condon, Miff Mole, Pee Wee Russell, Gene Krupa, Muggsy Spanier, Billy Butterfield, Max Kaminsky, Ernie Caceres, Gene Schroeder, Bob Haggart, Joe Grauso, Ernest Anderson (producer), Jack Bland (director), Fred Robbins (announcer), Dick Charles (engineer). 30:1. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81644. The Ed Wynn Show. October 6, 1944. NBC net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. Replacing "Fibber McGee and Molly," AFRS #78. King Nasty flies in to visit King Bubbles of Happy Island. He threatens King Bubbles with an invasion if his daughter's marriage isn't called off. The first tune is, "Calypso Joe." Buddy Clark sings, "Star Dust." The first of the music fill is, "Heebie Jeebies" (it sounds like it's from an Eddie Condon concert) Ed Wynn, Buddy Clark, Evelyn Knight (?), Gene Krupa (fill), Bob Haggart (fill), Muggsy Spanier (fill), Billy Butterfield (fill), Pee Wee Russell (fill), Miff Mole (fill), Joe Grasso (fill). 28:2. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

20544. Music 'Til Midnight. October 13, 1944. Program #2. CBS net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. 11:30 P. M. AFRS program name: "The Mildred Bailey Show." Mildred Bailey, Teddy Wilson, Charlie Shavers, Red Norvo, Specs Powell, Remo Palmieri, Billy Taylor, Billy Butterfield, Paul Baron and His Orchestra, Hazel Scott, Trummy Young. 28:2. Audio condition: Very good. Otherwise complete.

2725. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. October 14, 1944. Program #22 (AFRS #20). Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The program originates from The Ritz Theatre, New York City. The first tune is, "Muskrat Ramble." Eddie Condon, Pee Wee Russell, Jess Stacy, Max Kaminsky, Billy Butterfield, Benny Morton, Ernie Caceres, Edmond Hall, Gene Schroeder, Bob Casey, George Wettling, Lee Wiley, Red McKenzie, Ernest Anderson (producer), Jack Bland (director), Fred Robbins (announcer), Dick Charles (engineer). 30:1. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

20533. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. October 21, 1944. Program #23 (AFRS #21). Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The program originates from The Ritz Theatre, New York City. The first tune is, "Royal Garden Blues." The system cue has been deleted. Eddie Condon, Max Kaminsky, Ernie Caceres, Pee Wee Russell, Joe Grauso, Gene Schroeder, Bob Casey, Miff Mole, Red McKenzie, Billy Butterfield, Lee Wiley, Jess Stacy, Fred Robbins (announcer), Dick Cary, Ernest Anderson (producer), Jack Bland (director), Dick Charles (engineer). 29:2. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

66015. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. November 4, 1944. Program #25. Blue Network. Sustaining. The program originates from the Ritz Theatre, New York City. The first tune is, "My Blue Heaven." Eddie Condon, Muggsy Spanier, Billy Butterfield, Dick Cary, Lou McGarity, Ernie Caceres, Pee Wee Russell, Gene Schroeder, Jess Stacy, Bob Casey, George Wettling, Lee Wiley, Red McKenzie, Ernest Anderson (producer), Jack Bland (director), Fred Robbins (announcer), Dick Charles (engineer). 29:3. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

20535. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. November 18, 1944. Program #27. Blue Network. Sustaining. The program originates from the Ritz Theatre, New York City. The first tune is, "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans." The program was abbreviated because of a scheduled football broadcast. Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Ernie Caceres, Pee Wee Russell, Bob Casey, George Wettling, Fred Robbins (announcer), Lou McGarity, Jess Stacy, Ernest Anderson (producer), Jack Bland (director), Fred Robbins (announcer), Dick Charles (engineer). 14:2. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66016. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. November 25, 1944. Program #28. Blue Network. Sustaining. The broadcast originates from the Ritz Theatre, New York City. The first tune is, "September In The Rain." Lee Wiley does a touching "Old Folks." Eddie Condon, Muggsy Spanier, Hot Lips Page, Billy Butterfield, Dick Cary, Lou McGarity, Ernie Caceres, Jimmy Dorsey, Pee Wee Russell, Jess Stacy, Bob Casey, Johnny Blowers, Lee Wiley, Ernest Anderson (producer), Jack Bland (director), Fred Robbins (announcer), Dick Charles (engineer). 29:2. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66025. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. December 2, 1944. Program #29. Blue Network. Sustaining. The program originates from the Ritz Theatre, New York City. The announcer mentions that this is program #30 at the start of the show, possibly in error. The first tune is, "I Found A New Baby." The program of December 9, 1944 was pre-empted because of special program to promote the Sixth War Loan Drive. Eddie Condon, Bobby Hackett, Max Kaminsky, Wingy Manone, Billy Butterfield, Jack Teagarden, Ernie Caceres, Pee Wee Russell, Cliff Jackson, Norma Teagarden, Jack Lesberg, George Wettling, Ernest Anderson (producer), Fred Robbins (announcer), Dick Charles (engineer), Jack Bland (director). 28:5. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

20536. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. December 16, 1944. Program #30 (AFRS #28). Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The program originates from The Ritz Theatre, New York City. AFRS also re-issued this program as "Popular Music Replacement #34." The first tune is, "Ballin' The Jack," followed by "The Sheik Of Araby." Eddie Condon, Jack Teagarden, Billy Butterfield, Lee Wiley, Bobby Hackett, Pee Wee Russell, Ernie Caceres, Sidney Bechet, Max Kaminsky, Gene Schroeder, Sid Weiss, Fred Robbins (announcer), Johnny Blowers, Dick Cary, Ernest Anderson (producer), Jack Bland (director), Dick Charles (engineer). 30:0. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66027. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. January 6, 1945. Program #33. Blue Network. Sustaining. The program originates from the Ritz Theatre, New York City. The first tune is, "Sunday." Harry Bluestone describes "G. I. Music," a new publishing company for veterans. Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Dick Cary, Max Kaminsky, Tommy Dorsey, Ernie Caceres, Pee Wee Russell, Jess Stacy, Sid Weiss, George Wettling, Lee Wiley (vocal), Jack Eberle (vocal), Ernest Anderson (producer), Dick Charles (engineer), Fred Robbins (announcer), Harry Bluestone, Jack Bland (director). 29:1. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66028. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. January 13, 1945. Program #34. Blue Network. Sustaining. The program originates from the Ritz Theatre in New York City. The first tune is, "September In The Rain." Eddie Condon, Muggsy Spanier, Billy Butterfield, Dick Cary, Tommy Dorsey, Ernie Caceres, Pee Wee Russell, Earl Fatha Hines, Jess Stacy, Sid Weiss, George Wettling, Lee Wiley, Ernie Anderson (producer), Jack Bland (director), Fred Robbins (announcer), Dick Charles (engineer). 29:0. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

9815. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. January 27, 1945. Program #36 (AFRS #34). Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The program originates from the Ritz Theatre, New York City. AFRS program name: "Eddie Condon." The first tune is, "St. Louis Blues." Al Jarvis announces the winner of his "Hollywood Poll" of best orchestra in the country as Woody Herman, who then plays (and sings), "Blues 'Round My Head." See cat. #66030 for a network version of this broadcast. Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Lou McGarity (billed as Johnny Pesky), Ernie Caceres, Woody Herman, Joe Marsala, Gene Schroeder, Sid Weiss, George Wettling, Red McKenzie, Lee Wiley, Ernest Anderson (producer), Jack Bland (director), Fred Robbins (announcer), Dick Charles (engineer). 29:5. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66030. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. January 27, 1945. Program #36. Blue Network. Sustaining. The program originates from the Ritz Theatre, New York City. The first tune is, "St. Louis Blues." Al Jarvis gives the results of his Hollywood poll. The winner of the "Most Popular Band" category is Woody Herman, who then plays and sings, "Blue 'Round My Head." Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Lou McGarity (billed as Johnny Pesky), Ernie Caceres, Woody Herman, Joe Marsala, Gene Schroeder, Sid Weiss, George Wettling, Red McKenzie, Lee Wiley, Ernest Anderson (producer), Jack Bland (director), Fred Robbins (announcer), Dick Charles (engineer), Al Jarvis. 29:0. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

12545. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. February 3, 1945. Program #37 (AFRS #35). Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The program originates from the Ritz Theatre, New York City. AFRS program name: "Eddie Condon." The first tune is, "It's Been So Long." See cat. #66031 for a network version of this broadcast. Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Dick Cary, Max Kaminsky, Lou McGarity, Ernie Caceres, Edmond Hall, Sidney Bechet, Jess Stacy, Sid Weiss, George Wettling, Lee Wiley, Ernest Anderson (producer), Fred Robbins (announcer), Jack Bland (director), Dick Charles (engineer). 29:5. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

66031. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. February 3, 1945. Program #37. Blue Network. Sustaining. The program originates from the Ritz Theatre, New York City. The first tune is, "It's Been So Long." This is a network version of cat. #12545. Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Dick Cary, Max Kaminsky, Lou McGarity, Ernie Caceres, Edmond Hall, Sidney Bechet, Jess Stacy, Sid Weiss, George Wettling, Lee Wiley, Ernest Anderson (producer), Fred Robbins (announcer), Jack Bland (director), Dick Charles (engineer). 29:5. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66033. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. February 17, 1945. Program #39. Blue Network. Sustaining. The program originates from the Ritz Theatre, New York City. The first tune is, "Strut, Miss Lizzie." Lee Wiley sings a fine, "Someone To Watch Over Me." Eddie Condon, Dick Cary, Max Kaminsky, Billy Butterfield, Lou McGarity (biled as Johnny Pesky), Pee Wee Russell, Sidney Bechet, Ernie Caceres, Jess Stacy, Jack Lesberg, George Wettling, Red McKenzie, Lee Wiley, Ernest Anderson (producer), Fred Robbins (announcer), Jack Bland (director), Dick Mack (engineer). 28:5. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66034. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. February 24, 1945. Program #40. Blue Network. Sustaining. The program originates from the Ritz Theatre, New York City. The first tune is, "Honeysuckle Rose." A program dedicated to the Dorsey brothers. Eddie Condon, Max Kaminsky, Billy Butterfield, Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey, Sidney Bechet, Ernie Caceres, Jess Stacy, Sid Weiss, George Wettling, Lee Wiley, Ernest Anderson (producer), Fred Robbins (announcer), Jack Bland (director), Dick Charles (engineer). 29:0. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66041. The Right Combination. March 1945. World transcription. An audition program #2 (for Chesterfield). The first tune is "S'Wonderful." Eddie Condon, Max Kaminsky, Dick Cary, Billy Butterfield (?), Miff Mole, Ernie Caceres, Edmond Hall, Pee Wee Russell, Jess Stacy, Jack Lesberg, George Wettling, Lee Wiley, Ernest Anderson (producer), Fred Robbins (announcer). 12:0. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

20538. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. March 10, 1945. Program #42 (AFRS #41). Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The program originates from The Ritz Theatre, New York City. The first tune is, "Sweet Georgia Brown." Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Ernie Caceres, Max Kaminsky, Pee Wee Russell, Joe Bushkin, Red McKenzie, Bunk Johnson, Dick Cary, Lou McGarity, Jack Lesberg, Rollo Laylon, Ernest Anderson (producer), Fred Robbins (anouncer), Jack Bland (director), Dick Charles (engineer). 30:1. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

20539. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. March 17, 1945. Program #43. Blue Network. Sustaining. The first tune is, "As Long As I Live." The program originates from the Ritz Theatre, New York City. Eddie Condon, Muggsy Spanier, Joe Bushkin, Billy Butterfield, Lee Wiley, Pee Wee Russell, Max Kaminsky, Lou McGarity, Ernie Caceres, Sid Weiss, Johnny Blowers, Ernest Anderson (producer), Fred Robbins (announcer), Jack Bland (director), Dick Charles (engineer). 29:1. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

20540. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. March 24, 1945. Program #44. Blue Network. Sustaining. The program originates from the Ritz Theatre, New York City. The first tune is, "Struttin' With Some Barbecue." Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Ernie Caceres, Pee Wee Russell, Joe Bushkin, Jess Stacy, Bobby Hackett, Lee Wiley, Max Kaminsky, Lou McGarity (billed as Johnny Pesky), Jack Lesberg, Danny Alvin, Ernest Anderson (producer), Fred Robbins (announcer), Jack Bland (director), Dick Charles (engineer). 29:1. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

20541. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. March 31, 1945. Program #45 (AFRS #44). Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The first tune, is "I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None Of This Jelly Roll." "Sweet Georgia Brown" is the second tune heard. "Easter Parade" was the first tune heard on the network version of this broadcast. The program originates from the Ritz Theatre, New York City. See cat. #66035 for a network version of this broadcast, which has a slightly different line-up of tunes. Eddie Condon, Sid Catlett, Lee Wiley, Miff Mole, Billy Butterfield, Pee Wee Russell, Muggsy Spanier, Ernie Caceres, Joe McGarity (billed as Johnny Pesky), Gene Schroeder, Sid Weiss, Ernest Anderson (producer), Fred Robbins (announcer), Jack Bland (director), Dick Charles (engineer). 30:4. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66035. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. March 31, 1945. Program #45. Blue Network. Sustaining. The program originates from the Ritz Theatre, New York City. The first tune is, "Easter Parade." The second tune is, "I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None Of This Jelly Roll." See cat. #20541 for an AFRS version of this program with somewhat different tunes. Eddie Condon, Sid Catlett, Lee Wiley, Billy Butterfield, Pee Wee Russell, Muggsy Spanier, Ernie Caceres, Joe McGarity (billed as Johnny Pesky), Gene Schroeder, Sid Weiss, Ernest Anderson (producer), Fred Robbins (announcer), Jack Bland (director), Dick Charles (engineer). 29:1. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

20542. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. April 7, 1945. Program #46. Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The last show of the broadcast series. Two additional programs were released by AFRS, possibly composites taken from other broadcasts. The program originates from the Ritz Theatre, New York City. The first tune is, "Ballin' The Jack." Eddie Condon, Joe Dixon, Max Kaminsky, Sid Catlett, Ernie Caceres, Billy Butterfield, Muggsy Spanier, George Wettling, Vernon Brown, Dave Bowman, Jack Lesberg, Lou McGarity, Pee Wee Russell, Gene Schroeder, Sid Weiss, George Wettling, Ernest Anderson (producer), Fred Robbins (announcer), Jack Bland (director), Dick Charles (engineer). 30:2. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

3969. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. April 14, 1945. Program #(AFRS #46). Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. Possibly a composite show, as there were only forty-six programs in the series. The first tune is, "September In The Rain." No Eddie Condon program of this date could have been heard (on this date) due to the death of President Roosevelt. Eddie Condon, Tommy Dorsey, Billy Butterfield, Lee Wiley, Jess Stacy. 30:3. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

20543. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert. April 21, 1945. Program #(AFRS #47). Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. Probably a composite show, as there were only 46 programs in the series. The first tune is, "Strut, Miss Lizzy." Eddie Condon, Ernie Caceres, George Wettling, Max Kaminsky, Tommy Dorsey, Lee Wiley, Billy Butterfield, Joe Marsala, Woody Herman, Gene Schroeder, Jess Stacy, Pee Wee Russell, Lou McGarity (billed as Johnny Pesky"), Jack Lesberg. 30:0. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78837. Floor Show. December 6, 1948. WPIX-TV, New York City audio. Sustaining. The first tune is, "St. Louis Blues." The date of the broadcast seems to be before the NBC-TV series, it may be a WPIX-TV local New York show. The station I. D. or system cue has be deleted. Eddie Condon (host, guitar), Freddie Ohms (trombone), Peanuts Hucko (clarinet), Billy Butterfield (trumpet), Joe Bushkin (piano), Bob Haggart (bass), Jo Jones (drums), Paula Lawrence (introduced as Beatrice Lillie's understudy), Baby Laurence (a dancer, not audible), Sarah Vaughan, Wild Bill Davison (?), Hot Lips Page. 30:3. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

78835. Floor Show. January 15, 1949. NBC-TV net audio. Sustaining. The first tune is, "After You've Gone." A great show with two excellent solos by Freddy Slack (one with Krupa). The show is also known as, "Eddie Condon's Floor Show." Eddie Condon (host, guitar), Roy Eldridge, Gene Krupa, Billy Butterfield, Pee Wee Russell, Cutty Cutshall, Peanuts Hucko, Jack Lesberg (bass), Freddy Slack (piano), Liza Malone (?), Ernest Anderson (producer: World Video). 24:5. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

32507. Stars On Parade. September 30, 1951. Program #581. Army and Army Air Force syndication. "Music Of Manhattan". Sponsored by: Army and Army Air Force recruiting. Lee Wiley, Joe Bushkin and His Swinging Strings, Billy Butterfield. 15 minute. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81042. Doctor Jazz. April 4, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from The Stuyvesant Casino, New York City. The first announced tune (after "The Saints") is, "You Took Advantage Of Me." Aime Gauvin (host), George Wettling and His Stuyvesant Stompers, Billy Butterfield, Bud Freeman, Peanuts Hucko, Frank Signorelli, Ziggy Elmer, Red Richards, Buck Clayton, Sandy Williams, Bob Wilbur, Eddie Dougherty. 27:0. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

34432. A Salute To Eddie Condon. March 27, 1965. WABC-TV, New York, audio aircheck. Sponsored by: Piel's Beer (commercials deleted). The first tune is, "Tailgate Ramble." Johnny Mercer, Bob Crosby, Sammy Davis Jr., Thelma Carpenter, Willie The Lion Smith, Billy Butterfield, Edmond Hall, Wild Bill Davison, Vic Dickenson, Cutty Cutshall, Al Hall, George Wettling, Hank Duncan, Eddie Condon. 48:0. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

31948. Guest Star Show Of The Month. 1969. Program #29. Treasury Department syndication. The date is approximate. Billy Butterfield, Bob Haggart, Bob Wilbur, Del Sharbutt (announcer), Lou McGarity, Maxine Sullivan, The Merrill Staton Voices, Merv Griffin (vocals), Mort Lindsey and His Orchestra, The World's Greatest Jazz Band, Yank Lawson. 24:3. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19577. Here's To Veterans. Program #535. Veterans Administration syndication. A surprisingly good "hot" traditional jazz band featuring Billy Butterfield. Tommy Reynolds and His Orchestra, Billy Butterfield. 15 minute. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68040. Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert Orchestra. Program #60,635B. Associated Program Service (vertical transcription). 1. Carnegie Leaps 2. Old Folks (vocal: Lee Wiley) 3. It's Been So Long (quartet: Edmond Hall, Jess Stacy, Bob Haggart, George Wettling) 4. What's New (Billy Butterfield, trumpet) Eddie Condon's Jazz Concert Orchestra, Lee Wiley, Edmond Hall, Jess Stacy, Bob Haggart, George Wettling, Billy Butterfield. 12:3. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

Report contains 53 programs.