Copyright 2016, J. David Goldin.
These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of July 22, 2016. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.
72393. One Night Stand. December 6, 1944. Program #512. AFRS. A band remote from The Hollywood Palladium. The first tune is, "Taboo." Stan Kenton and His Orchestra, Anita O'Day (vocal), Eugene Howard (voal), Bill Ewing (announcer), Emmett Carls (tenor sax), Stan Getz (tenor sax). 30:09. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.
73034. One Night Stand. December 12, 1944. Program #608. AFRS. A band remote from The Hollywood Palladium. The first tune is, "I Got Rhythm." Eugene Howard (vocal), Bill Ewing (announcer), Boots Mussulli (alto sax), Emmett Carls (tenor sax), Stan Getz (tenor sax), Stan Kenton and His Orchestra, Anita O'Day (vocal). 30:10. Audio condition: Good. Complete.
86696. Jubilee. January 1946. Program #166. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Lucky" ("Upu're Right and I'm Wrong"). The date above is the recording date. The Benny Goodman Quintet is heard. Ernie introduces the Benny Goodman band as, "an overheated minyon." Lena mentions, "The Bedside Network" twice. A good show! Ernest Whitman (m.c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Lena Horne, The Gene Krupa Trio, Benny Goodman and His Orchestra, Joey Preston (8 year old boy drummer), Charlie Ventura (tenor sax with Krupa), Stan Getz (with Goodman), Teddy Napoleon (with Krupa). 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
75800. Benny Goodman and His Orchestra. January 26, 1946. Mutual-Don Lee net. Sustaining. A band remote from The Meadowbrook, Culver City, New Jersey. The first tune heard is, "Swing Angel." Benny Goodman and His Orchestra, Johnny White (vibraphone), Mel Powell (piano), Stan Getz (tenor sax), George Dvorak (announcer). 18:48. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.
95904. Just Jazz. 1951. Program #54. AFRS. The first tune is, "Tiny's Blues." A band remote from The Hollywood Empire. The date is approximate. The credits starting with Al Haig appear on an AFRS music fill. The program ends with Gene Norman reading letters sent in by servicemen. Woody Herman and His Orchestra, Gene Norman (m.c.), Bill Harris, Guy Lemond, Chubby Jackson, Burley Smith (guest announcer), Mary Ann McCall (vocal), Al Cohen, Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, Serge Cheloff, Al Haig (piano), Tommy Potter (bass), Coleman Hawkins, J. C. Herd (?). 29:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
85491. The Nat King Cole Show. October 15, 1957. NBC-TV net audio. Sustaining. 7:30 P. M. The first tune is, "Paper Moon." Norman Granz introduces some of the musicians from his, "Jazz At The Philharmonic" series. The first television appearance of, "Jazz At The Philharmonic." The sustaining announcements and system cue have been deleted. Nat King Cole, Roy Eldridge (guest), Stan Getz (guest), Coleman Hawkins (guest), Duke Phillips (guest), Jo Jones (guest), Illinois Jacquet (guest), The Oscar Peterson Trio (guests), Norman Granz (guest), The Randy Van Horne Singers, Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra. 24:47. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.
12649. Newport Jazz Festival. July 12, 1973. NBC net, WRVR-FM, New York aircheck. Participating sponsors. The broadcast originates from the Apollo Theatre, Harlem. Elvin Jones, Stan Getz, Max Roach. 2 hours 5 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
21048. White House Jazz Festival. June 17, 1978. NPR net, WMUK-FM, Kalamazoo, Michigan aircheck. Sustaining. A salute to the 25th anniversary of the Newport Jazz Festival, from the South Lawm of the White House. The program includes a recording of President Nixon presenting an award to Duke Ellington on April 21, 1969, an interview with Clark Terry, a recording from the 1956 Festival featuring Paul Gonzalves, an interview with George Wein (founder of the festival), a recording of Mary Lou Williams, interviews with McCoy Tiner, Teddy Wilson, Eubie Blake, Mrs. Catherine Handy Lewis (daughter of W. C. Handy) sings "The St. Louis Blues" (accompanied by Doc Cheatham, Dick Hyman, Milt Hinton), President Carter speaks about jazz and joins in on "Salty Peanuts." Benny Carter, Billy Taylor (host), Catherine Handy Lewis, Cecil Taylor, Chick Corea, Clark Terry, Denardo Coleman, Dexter Gordon, Dick Hyman, Doc Cheatham, Eubie Blake, George Benson, George Wein, Gerry Mulligan, Herbie Hancock, Illinois Jacquet, Jimmy Carter, Jo Jones, John Lewis, Lionel Hampton, Louis Bellson, Mary Lou Williams, Max Roach, McCoy Tiner, Milt Hinton, Ornet Coleman, Paul Gonsalves, Pearl Bailey (guest), Ray Brown (piano), Ron Carter, Roy Eldridge, Sam Rivers, Sonny Rollins, Stan Getz, Teddy Wilson, The Young Tuxedo Jazz Band, Tony Williams, Zoot Sims, Steve Rath (producer, director), Greg Fitzgerald (associate producer), Tim Owens (associate producer), Paulette Pecker (assistant director), Chuck Thompson (technical director), Skip Peazey (? assistant technical director), John Beale (assistant technical director), Roger Byrd (assistant technical director), John Whetstone (master control), Carol McBothwick (production assistant). 3 hours 19 minutes. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.
28217. In Performance At The White House. December 26, 1982. Nancy Reagan introduces an all-star Jazz concert with classical violinist Itzahk Perlman, who hosts and joins in the finale; "Summertime." Nancy Reagan, Itzahk Perlman (host), Diane Schuur, John Faddis, Roy Haines, Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Getz, Chick Corea, Jim McNeely, Mark Johnson, Adam Nussbaum. 1 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
9800. Just Jazz. Program #7. AFRS. The first selection is jam in which band members introduce themselves. Red Norvo, Charlie Shavers, Willie The Lion Smith (perhaps Willie Smith), Louis Bellson, Stan Getz, Oscar Moore, Barney Kessel, Johnny Miller, Gene Norman (host), Red Calender, The Nat King Cole Trio. 30:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
Report contains 10 programs.