Doctor Jazz

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


77466. Doctor Jazz. December 13, 1951. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from Lou Terassi's, New York City. The first tune is, "Fidgety Feet" (a great arrangement running about nine minutes and featuring a wild drum solo). Aime Gauvin (host), Herb Flemming (trombone), Buster Bailey (clarinet), Kenny Kersey (piano), Joe Shulman (bass), Arthur Herbert (drums), Buck Clayton (trumpet). 26:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

77467. Doctor Jazz. December 20, 1951. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from Lou Terassi's, New York City. The first tune is, "'Deed I Do." Great traditional jazz without the condescension. Aime Gauvin (host), Buck Clayton (trumpet), Herb Flemming (trombone), Buster Bailey (clarinet), Kenny Kersey (piano), Joe Shulman (bass), Arthur Herbert (drums). 27:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

77465. Doctor Jazz. December 27, 1951. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from Lou Terassi's, New York City. The first tune is, "The Royal Garden Blues." Earl Fatha Hines is introduced, but it is not heard (and it is not clear if he performs). The recording also includes, "Sweet Sue" from a December 28, 1951, from The Stuyvesant Casino (New York City). Aime Gauvin (host), Buck Clayton (trumpet), Herb Flemming (trombone), Buster Bailey (clarinet), Kenny Kersey (piano), Joe Shulman (bass), Arthur Herbert (drums), Bobby Hackett (cornet), Dick Cary (alto), Red Richards (piano). 28:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

77471. Doctor Jazz. January 3, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from Lou Terassi's, New York City. The first tune is, "Jazz Me Blues." Great traditional jazz. Aime Gauvin (host), Buck Clayton (trumpet), Herb Flemming (trombone), Buster Bailey (clarinet), Kenny Kersey (piano), Joe Shulman (bass), Arthur Herbert (drums). 27:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81052. Doctor Jazz. January 4, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from The Stuyvesant Casino, New York City. The first tune is, "That's A Plenty." Possibly a composite broadcast. "Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now." George Wettling and His Stuyvesant Stompers, Dick Cary, Hot Lips Page, Lou McGarrity, Wild Bill Davison, Peanuts Hucko, Pee Wee Russell, Red Richards. 22:55. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

81045. Doctor Jazz. January 25, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from The Stuyvesant Casino. The first tune is, "At The Jazz Band Ball." The show features a better-than-usual, "Muskrat Ramble." Aime Gauvin (host), George Wettling and His Stuyvesant Stompers, Max Kaminsky, Ziggy Elmer, Homer Simeon, Charlie Queener, Jim Thorpe, George Brunis. 20:35. Audio condition: Very good. Apparently complete.

77472. Doctor Jazz. February 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from Eddie Condon's, New York City. The first tune is, "Avalon." Aime Gauvin (host), Eddie Condon (guitar), Wild Bill Davison (cornet), Cutty Cutshall (trombone), Edmond Hall (clarinet), Gene Schroeder (piano), Bob Casey (bass), Cliff Leeman (drums). 27:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

81046. Doctor Jazz. February 1, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. The first selection is, "Clarinet Marmalade." Aime Gauvin (host), Lee Castle, Vic Dickenson, Cecil Scott, Red Richards, Sonny Greer, Max Kaminsky, Dick Cary, Pee Wee Russell. 24:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

81043. Doctor Jazz. February 29, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from The Stuyvesant Casino, New York City. The first time is, "Runnin' Wild." Aime Gauvin (host), George Wettling and His Stuyvesant Stompers, Hot Lips Page, Lou McGarrity, Eddie Barefield, Joe Sullivan, Eddie Safranski, Bob Wilber, Kenny Kersey. 27:28. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

77473. Doctor Jazz. March 10, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from Eddie Condon's, New York City. The first tune is, "Someday Sweetheart." Ralph Sutton solos on, "In The Dark." Aime Gauvin (host), Eddie Condon (guitar), Wild Bill Davison, Cutty Cutshall (trombone), Edmond Hall (clarinet), Gene Schroeder (piano), Bob Casey (bass), Buzzy Drootin (drums). 24:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

81050. Doctor Jazz. March 14, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from The Stuyvesant Casino, New York City. The first tune is, "Lady Be Good." Aime Gauvin (host), George Wettling and His Stuyvesant Stompers, Jimmy McPartland, Ziggy Elmer, Bob Wilbur, Bud Freeman, Kenny Kersey, Don Lamond. 16:47. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

77474. Doctor Jazz. March 17, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from Eddie Condon's, New York City. The first tune is, "The Lady Is A Tramp." Aime Gauvin (host), Eddie Condon (guitar), Dick Cary (cornet), Cutty Cutshall (trombone), Edmond Hall (clarinet), Gene Schroeder (piano), Bob Casey (bass), Cliff Leeman (drums). 28:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78392. Doctor Jazz. March 20, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from Lou Terassi's, New York City. The first tune is, "Oh, Baby!" Bobby Hackett and His Orchestra, Vic Dickenson, Gene Cedric, Teddy Roy, Maury Feld, Johnny Zafredo (?), Aime Gauvin (host), Cliff Jackson. 24:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

81053. Doctor Jazz. March 28, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from The Stuyvesant Casino, New York City. The first tune is, "At Sundown." Jimmy McPartland, Ziggy Elmer, Pee Wee Russell, Joe Sullivan, Eddie Dougherty. 26:02. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

77475. Doctor Jazz. March 31, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from Eddie Condon's, New York City. The first tune is, "Fidgety Feet." Don't miss Edmond Hall's mellow, "Willow Weep For Me." Aime Gauvin (host), Eddie Condon (guitar), Wild Bill Davison (cornet), Cutty Cutshall (trombone), Edmond Hall (clarinet), Gene Schroeder (piano), Bob Casey (bass), Cliff Leeman (drums), Ralph Sutton (piano). 28:50. Audio condition: Very good to 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. 27:08. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

77476. Doctor Jazz. April 14, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from Eddie Condon's, New York City. The first tune is, "Bill Bailey." Johnny Windhurst does a nice, "Deep Purple." Aime Gauvin (host), Eddie Condon (guitar), Cutty Cutshall (trombone), Edmond Hall (clarinet), Gene Schroeder (piano), Bob Casey (bass), Cliff Leeman (drums), Ralph Sutton (piano), Johnny Windhurst (cornet). 28:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

77477. Doctor Jazz. April 21, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from Eddie Condon's, New York City. The first tune is, "Struttin' With Some Barbecue." Aime Gauvin (host), Eddie Condon (guitar), Cutty Cutshall (trombone), Wild Bill Davison (cornet), Cutty Cutshall (trombone), Edmond Hall (clarinet), Gene Schroeder (piano), Bob Casey (bass), Ralph Sutton (piano), Cliff Leeman (drums). 23:04. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

77478. Doctor Jazz. April 28, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from Eddie Condon's, New York City. The first tune is, "Big Butter and Egg Man." Eddie Condon is not playing for the first tune. Aime Gauvin (host), Eddie Condon (guitar), Wild Bill Davison (cornet), Cutty Cutshall (trombone), Edmond Hall (clarinet), Gene Schroeder (piano), Bob Casey (bass), Buzzy Drootin (drums), Ralph Sutton (piano). 23:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

81040. Doctor Jazz. June 2, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from Lou Terrassi's, New York City. The first tune is, "Mr. Jelly Lord." The program may be dated May 29, 1952 or June 5, 1952. The show is announced as "the last show of the series." Aime Gauvin (host), Pee Wee Erwin, Vic Dickenson, Gene Sedric, Teddy Roy, Gary Chester, Cliff Jackson. 23:13. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

78847. Doctor Jazz. June 2, 1952. WMGM, New York. Sustaining. A band remote from Eddie Condon's, New York City. The first tune is, "Monday Night." The last show of the season, Eddie Condon is not present. Aime Gauvin (host), Cutty Cutshall, Edmond Hall, Gene Schroeder, Ralph Sutton, Catharine Gauvin (Aime's wife, who is heard briefly), Johnny Vindhert, Bill Goodall, Monk Herbert. 24:33. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

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