Jubilee

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

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


2858. Jubilee. October 27, 1942. Program #2. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The program has also been dated November 4, 1942. The first tune is, "Spruce Juice." Joe Louis is introduced as, "Sergeant Joe Louis." Dooley Wilson (m. c.), Joe Louis, The Golden Gate Quartet, Lena Horne, Wonderful Smith, Les Hite and His Orchestra, Jules Bledsoe (announcer). 29:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

105241. Jubilee. May 10, 1943. Program #23. AFRS origination. The first tune is a hot arrangement of, "Bugle Call Rag." The date above is the recording date. Ken Carpenter (announcer), Noble Sissle and His Orchestra, Hattie McDaniel, The Charioteers, Herb Jeffries, The Eddie Beal Trio, Ernest Whitman (m.c.). 28:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71354. Jubilee. May 24, 1943. Program #26. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Ain't Misbehavin." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra, Ken Carpenter (announcer), Red Callander (bass), Theresa Harris (vocal), Sonny Woods (vocal), Louis Russell (piano). 30:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11525. Jubilee. July 12, 1943. Program #33. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. Rose Murphy (the "Chi Chi Girl") sings. The Delta Rhythm Boys do a great version of, "Dem Bones." Dolores Williams, Ernest Whitman, Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra, Rose Chi Chi Murphy, The Delta Rhythm Boys, Earl Carruthers (vocal), Ada Brown, Butterfly McQueen. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

105242. Jubilee. August 23, 1943. Program #39. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "You Big Ham." The date above is the date the program was created. Portions of the program were recorded July, 1943. Judy Carroll, The Charioteers (introduced as a quintet, they were usually a quartet), Butterfly McQueen, Eddie Anderson, Lucky Millinder and His Orchestra, Ernest Whitman (m.c), Bob Anderson (announcer). 28:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

77589. Jubilee. September 20, 1943. Program #43. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Let's Go Home." The program opening is upcut. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Erskine Hawkins and His Orchestra, Rosetta Tharpe, The Phil Moore Combo. 27:39. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

103382. Jubilee. October 4, 1943. Program #45. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Bicycle Bounce." The date above is the recording date. Ernest Whitman (m.c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Erskine Hawkins and His Orchestra (recorded September, 1943), The Spirits Of Rhythm, The Nat King Cole Trio, Lena Horne. 28:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2859. Jubilee. October 25, 1943. Program #48. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The first tune is, "Let's Ball Awhile." As the program ends, "The Brown Sisters and Dan" are thanked, but were not heard during the broadcast. Ernest Whitman (m.c.), Erskine Hawkins and His Orchestra, Eddie Anderson (Rochester), Jean Rogers, May Johnson, James Mitchell (vocal, also described as "Jimmie Mitchelle"), Johnny Taylor, Verne Smith (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77591. Jubilee. November 1, 1943. Program #50. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Swinging The Blues." An all-soldier show from Fort Huachuca, Arizona. The date above is the recording date. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer). 28:52. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

77590. Jubilee. November 2, 1943. Program #49. AFRS origination. An assembled program, during which the announcer and Ernie declare this to be the first anniversary program, and that fifty-two weeks have passed since the show started. The first tune is, "Hayfoot Strawfoot." The date above is the recording date. Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra, Lena Horne, Eddie Anderson, Cab Calloway and His Orchestra, Louis Jordan and His Tympani Five, Ethel Waters, The Mills Brothers, Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Count Basie and His Orchestra, Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, The Loumel Morgan Trio. 27:21. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

5305. Jubilee. November 8, 1943. Program #51. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The first tune is, "I Found A New Baby." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), The Nat King Cole Trio, Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five, Ida James, Verne Smith (announcer), Pha Terrell (vocal). 29:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78220. Jubilee. November 15, 1943. Program #52. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Specs and Spots" ("Harlem Shout"). The program was recorded about October, 1943 at The Hollywood Club. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Harlan Leonard and His Orchestra, Ernie Williams (vocal), The Delta Rhythm Boys, Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson, Big Boy Turner. 26:52. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

103399. Jubilee. December 1943. Program #54. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Avalon." The program is the same as AFRS Navy #14. The date above is the date the program was assembled. Ralph Cooper (m.c.), Andy Kirk and His Orchestra, Day Dawn and Dusk, June Richmond (vocal), Maxine Sullivan. 28:04. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

5306. Jubilee. December 1943. Program #55. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Jumping At The Woodside." Thelma Carpenter (vocal), Jimmy Rushing, Earle Warren (vocal), The Teddy Wilson Sextet, Ralph Cooper (? m. c.), Count Basie and His Orchestra. 27:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

2860. Jubilee. December 1943. Program #53. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The program originates from New York City. The first tune is, "Lady Be Good." Phil Moore and His Band, Dinah Washington, Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra, The Golden Gate Quartet, Rubel Blakeley (vocal). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77592. Jubilee. December 13, 1943. Program #56. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Skater's Waltz." The date above is the recording date. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Noble Sissle and His Orchestra, Barney Bigard, Phil Moore, Rosetta Tharpe. 27:34. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

77593. Jubilee. December 20, 1943. Program #57. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Southern Fried." The date above is the recording date. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Cee Pee Johnson and His Orchestra, Ida James, Maurice Rocco, Sir Lancelot. 28:13. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

49844. Jubilee. December 27, 1943. Program #58. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The program was released about June 11, 1944. The first tune is, "Ain't Misbehavin'" and Louis blows it hot! The Mills Brothers do their famous, "Paper Doll." A recording of Fats Waller singing, "Your Feets Too Big" is played, along with a tribute on his "recent death" (Waller died December 15, 1943). A few seconds are missing from the middle of the program. The Art Tatum Trio is announced at the beginning of the program but is not heard. Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra, The Mills Brothers, Barney Bigard, Fats Waller, Velma Middleton, Ernest Whitman (m. c.). 30:30. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

49845. Jubilee. January 3, 1944. Program #59. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Rockaway." Wilfred Williams of The Charioteers dedicates, "A Slip Of The Lip Can Sink a Ship" to various G. I.'s around the world. Lena Horne sings a sultry, "Shoo Shoo Baby." Rochester introduces a recording "made at MGM a couple of weeks ago" in which he sings, "Solid Potato Salad" with Lena Horne. They must have been filming "Broadway Rhythm," which was released in 1943. Eddie Anderson (Eddie Anderson), Verne Smith (announcer), Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Phil Moore and His Orchestra, The Charioteers, Wilfred Williams, Lena Horne. 31:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

18153. Jubilee. January 10, 1944. Program #60. AFRS origination. The date above is the recording date. The first tune is, "Leave Us, Linda." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Ivie Anderson, The Charioteers, Maurice Rocco, Cee Pee Johnson and His Orchestra, Bing Crosby, Verne Smith (announcer). 29:58. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

49846. Jubilee. January 17, 1944. Program #61. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Sherman Shuffle." The Delta Rhythm Boys do a great, "That Old Black Magic." Timmie Rogers sings his draft notice! (A clever song)! Johnny Mercer sings his famous, "G. I. Jive." Cee Pee Johnson and His Orchestra, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Johnny Mercer, The Delta Rhythm Boys, Timmie Rogers, Verne Smith (announcer). 30:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

49848. Jubilee. January 31, 1944. Program #63. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The program presumably originates from Fort Oachuca Arizona, as the first tune is announced as "Sand," (the tune might refer to the Fort's desert surroundings, the melody doesn't sound like, "San") played by the Fort Oachuca Band. Babe and Timmie Rogers sing their draft notice. Ida James sings a sultry, "Baby, Knock Me A Kiss." Rochester and Lena Horne sing, "Consequences." Hattie McDaniel swings, "I Can't Give You Anything But Love," and compares waistlines with Ernie. Pepper Nealy is announced as being on the program, but is not mentioned again. Lena makes a moving speech of thanks to the troops overseas, for all they've done. Hattie McDaniel, Lena Horne, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), The Fort Oachuca Band, Babe Wallace, Timmie Rogers, Ida James, Eddie Anderson. 29:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52830. Jubilee. February 7, 1944. Program #64. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Bradshaw Bounce." Dorothy Donegan plays a hot piano. Tiny Bradshaw tells how he came to write "The Jersey Bounce" and plays his unusual arrangement. Billy Ford, Dorothy Donegan, Ernest Whitman, Rosetta Tharpe, Tiny Bradshaw and His Orchestra, Wingy Manone. 29:58. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

103400. Jubilee. February 21, 1944. Program #66. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Riding Along." Ernest Whitman (m.c.), Andy Kirk and His Orchestra, June Richmond (vocal), The Charioteers, Eddie Cantor. 30:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77594. Jubilee. March 11, 1944. Program #69. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "The Canteen Bounce." The date above is the recording date. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, The Art Tatum Trio, Louis Jordan and His Tympani Five. 26:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52834. Jubilee. March 13, 1944. Program #70. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Fine." Randy Hall plays a hot tin whistle. The different groups play, "The One O'Clock Jump." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), The Delta Rhythm Boys, Randy Hall, The Bobcats (without Bob Crosby), Scatman Crothers and His Orchestra, The AFRS Trio, Tim Liemert (Leimert? announcer), Les Paul. 30:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

18154. Jubilee. March 20, 1944. Program #71. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "You Say Forward and I'll March." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), The Golden Gate Quartet, Jay McShann and His Orchestra, Joe Venuti, The AFRS Trio, Tim Liemert (announcer), Les Paul. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

18155. Jubilee. March 27, 1944. Program #72. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Bottle It." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Ida James, Jay McShann and His Orchestra, Timmie Rogers, Tim Liemert (announcer), The AFRS Trio. 30:00. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

18156. Jubilee. April 3, 1944. Program #73. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Jay McShann and His Orchestra, Lena Horne, Meade Lux Lewis, The Charioteers, Tim Liemert (announcer). 29:59. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

77595. Jubilee. April 17, 1944. Program #75. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Swing Crazy." The date above is the recording date. Jack McVea and His Combo, The Williams Brothers, Barney Kessel (guitar), Eddie Anderson, Rosetta Tharpe, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer). 27:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

11526. Jubilee. May 1, 1944. Program #77. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Jeep Rhythm." Lena Horne (m. c.), Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra, The Charioteers, Eddie Green, Jimmy Baskette, Verne Smith (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2861. Jubilee. May 2, 1944. Program #78. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Roll 'Em." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Cootie Williams and His Orchestra, Ella Fitzgerald, The Ink Spots, Verne Smith (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

60488. Jubilee. May 22, 1944. Program #81. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The program may have been recording May 29, 1944. Louis Jordan and His Tympani Five start the program with, "Five Guys Named Moe." Nicodemus Stewart, Ernest Whitman (host), Louis Jordan and His Tympani Five, Mabel Scott, The Lorenzo Flennoy Trio. 30:10. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

2862. Jubilee. June 26, 1944. Program #85. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Little John." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra, The Nat King Cole Trio, Butterfly McQueen, Carmen Miranda, Joe Thomas (vocal). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

101577. Jubilee. July 11, 1944. Program #87. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Sweet Georgia Brown." A good show! The date above is the date the lacquer was cut. Lux is really hot. Ernest Whitman (m.c.), Benny Carter and His Orchestra, Savannah Churchill, Meade Lux Lewis, Butterfly McQueen, Hedda Hopper. 29:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5307. Jubilee. July 17, 1944. Program #88. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. With the "International Sweethearts Of Rhythm," a seventeen piece all-girl swing band who are surprisingly good. The first tune is, "Diggin' Dice." Nicodemus Stewart, The Four V's (vocal), The International Sweethearts Of Rhythm, Ethel Waters, Johnny Mercer, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Bob Moon (announcer). 29:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

18157. Jubilee. July 24, 1944. Program #89. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Hallelujah." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra, Joe Sullivan (piano), Lena Horne, The Nat King Cole Trio, Butterfly McQueen. 29:56. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

5308. Jubilee. August 7, 1944. Program #91. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The release date is Movember 25, 1944. The first tune is, "Babe." The second number is The Golden Gate Quartet singing, "Straighten Up and Fly Right." Ernest Whitman (host), Elmer Fain and His Orchestra, The Golden Gate Quartet, Tommy Dorsey, June Richmond, Butterfly McQueen, Ernest Whitman, Verne Smith (announcer). 29:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

1003. Jubilee. September 18, 1944. Program #97. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The date of release is January 4, 1945 or January 5, 1945. The first tune is, "Let's Jump." Count Basie and His Orchestra, Art Tatum, Jimmy Rushing, Butterfly McQueen, The King Sisters, Thelma Carpenter, Ernest Whitman (m. c.). 29:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

6961. Jubilee. October 9, 1944. Program #103. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The program was released on February 5, 1945. The first tune is, "In The Bag." Eddie Anderson, Jim Lyons (announcer), The Loumel Morgan Trio (billed as "Lou Mel Morgan Trio"), Dinah Washington, Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra, Ernest Whitman (m.c.). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

5310. Jubilee. October 16, 1944. Program #101. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The program was for release January 27, 1945. The first tune is, "Let's Have A Session." The program originates from New York. Stuff Smith plays a hot, "Perdido." Mel Allen (announcer), Ida James (m. c.), Josh White, Dorothy Donegan, Claude Hopkins and His Orchestra, The Stuff Smith Trio. 29:51. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

4015. Jubilee. October 16, 1944. Program #102. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The program was for release January 27, 1945. The program originates from New York City. The first tune is, "Jumping In A Gin Mill." F. Chase Taylor appears as "Colonel Stoopnagle" (once source identifies "The Colonel's" voice as Dan Burley). The announcer mentions Una Mae Carlisle as being in the cast, but she is not heard. Claude Hopkins and His Orchestra, Dan Burley, Dorothy Donegan, F. Chase Taylor (?), Mel Allen (announcer), Pigmeat Markham, Ralph Cooper (m. c.), The Stuff Smith Trio. 29:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

4016. Jubilee. October 16, 1944. Program #104/158. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The program was released on February 24, 1945. The program has also been dated December 26, 1944. The first tune is, "Nola." The program was also released as program #158 in November, 1945 and re-released February 2, 1946. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra, Rubel Blakeley (vocal), Buck Buckner, Les Paul, The Town Criers, Dinah Washington, Jim Lyons (announcer), Charles Harris (bass). 30:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5311. Jubilee. October 30, 1944. Program #106. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The program was released on March 10, 1945. The first tune is, "Keep On Jumping." Earl Fatha Hines and His Orchestra, June Richmond, Mantan Moreland, Slim Gaillard, The Loumel Morgan Trio, The Town Criers, Jim Lyons (announcer), Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Benny Carter. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2863. Jubilee. November 6, 1944. Program #107. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Hot Platter." Leadbelly sings, "The Rock Island Line." Effie Smith, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Erskine Hawkins and His Orchestra, James Mitchell, Leadbelly, Jim Lyons (announcer), Eddie Green, The Eddie South Trio. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

104660. Jubilee. November 13, 1944. Program #108. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Let's Go Home." Jim Lyons (announcer), Ernest Whitman (m.c.), Erskine Hawkins and His Orchestra, The Al Casey Trio, Lena Horne, Ace Harris (piano), Bob Hope. 29:30. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

2864. Jubilee. November 27, 1944. Program #110. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Eelibuj Boogie." Larry Adler plays, "Blues In The Night." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Erskine Hawkins and His Orchestra, June Richmond (vocal), Eddie Green, Larry Adler, James Mitchell, Verne Smith (announcer), Calvin Jackson (piano for Larry Adler). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

101578. Jubilee. December 5, 1944. Program #111. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "I Know That You Know." The date above is the date the lacquer was cut. Ernest Whitman (m.c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Stan Kenton and His Orchestra (recorded November, 1944), T-Bone Walker, Lena Horne, Eddie Anderson, Anita O'Day, Joe Green (11-year-old lyricist of, "Her Tears Fell Like Rain"). 29:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

747. Jubilee. December 30, 1944. Program #96. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The date of recording is, "September 11, 1944. The first tune is, "Avenue C." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Count Basie and His Orchestra, Thelma Carpenter, Jimmy Rushing (vocal), Butterfly McQueen, Earle Warren (vocal). 30:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

88262. Jubilee. January 8, 1945. Program #115. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Caravan." Lucky Millinder and His Orchestra, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), The Al Casey Trio, Ethel Waters, Ted Straeter (piano), The Gene Krupa Trio, Teddy Napoleon (piano), Charlie Ventura (tenor sax), Melvin Moore (vocal). 29:20. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

5318. Jubilee. January 20, 1945. Program #99/206. AFRS origination. The release date for program #206 is February 14, 1947. The program was originally released as program #99 (recorded October 20, 1944, released January 20, 1945) and re-released as program #295 in October, 1948. The first tune is, "Dinah." Buddy Rich, Thelma Carpenter, Illinois Jacquet, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Count Basie and His Orchestra, Eddie Anderson (Eddie Anderson), Jimmy Rushing. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71355. Jubilee. January 29, 1945. Program #118/214. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Obbee Ee Bop." Rose "Chi Chi" Murphy sings her famous version of, "I Can't Give You Anything But Love." An enjoyable show! Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Rose Chi Chi Murphy, Sam McDaniel, Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra, Peanuts Holland (vocal, trumpet), Verne Smith (announcer), The Eddie Heywood Combo. 30:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5324. Jubilee. February 5, 1945. Program #119/215. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Blowing The Blues Away." The All-American Quintet consists of Les Paul, Sid Cattlet, Vic Dickenson, Willie Smith, and Eddie Heywood (obviously a great group). Archie, Eddie the waiter and Clifton Finnegan visit from "Duffy's Tavern." The program was previously released as program #119. Billy Eckstine and His Orchestra, The All-American Quintet, Lena Horne, Ed Gardner, Charlie Cantor, Eddie Green, Les Paul, Vic Dickenson, Willie Smith (alto), Eddie Heywood (piano), Sid Catlett (drums), Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer). 29:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5325. Jubilee. February 12, 1945. Program #120/216. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Together." The program was previously released as program #120. Billy Eckstine and His Orchestra, Sarah Vaughan, The Swing Wing, Wingy Manone and His Orchestra, Milton DeLugg (accordion), Bobby Maxwell (harp), Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer). 28:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78177. Jubilee. February 19, 1945. Program #121/217. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Airmail Special." The program was possibly recorded at "The Club Marque," Hollywood. The program was re-issued on "Jubilee" as program #217. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Billy Eckstine and His Orchestra, Sarah Vaughan (vocal), The Gene Krupa Trio, Charlie Ventura (tenor sax), Teddy Napoleon (piano), The Swing Wing Of The Air Corps First Radio Unit. 30:08. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52838. Jubilee. February 20, 1945. Program #122/218. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. Billy Eckstine and His Orchestra start the program with, "Opus X." Eddie Green prepares for a visit by his mother-in-law. Ernie and Eddie sing a duet to, "One Meatball." The program was previousuly issued as program #122. Eddie Green, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), The Hoosier Hot Shots, Verne Smith (announcer), Billy Eckstine and His Orchestra, The Coleman Hawkins Quintet. 29:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78330. Jubilee. March 4, 1945. Program #105. AFRS origination. The program was recorded October 24, 1944. The first tune is, "I Know That You Know." Garry tells the story about his bass tuba and sings, "Moonlight and Roses." The Loumel Morgan Trio, Garry Moore, Betty Roche (vocal), Earl Fatha Hines and His Orchestra, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Jim Lyons (announcer). 30:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77596. Jubilee. March 5, 1945. Program #123. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Bust Out." The program was released for broadcast July 13, 1945. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra, Joe Thomas (vocal), The Golden Gate Quartet, Art Tatum, Lena Horne. 30:37. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78178. Jubilee. March 12, 1945. Program #124. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "I'm Beginning To See The Light." Harry James and His Orchestra, Kitty Kallen (vocal), Eddie Anderson, Buddy De Vito (vocal), Dan Grissom (vocal), Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer), The Red Callender Trio, Eddie Heywood. 30:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5326. Jubilee. March 19, 1945. Program #125/219. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The program was previously re-issued as program #125. The first tune is, "Sweet Georgia Brown." Benny Carter and His Orchestra, Effie Smith (vocal), Josh White (sings his famous, "One Meat Ball"), The Four Blazes, The Illinois Jacquet Sextette, Timmie Rogers, Ernest Whitman (m.c.), Verne Smith (announcer). 29:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5319. Jubilee. March 26, 1945. Program #126/207. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Jubilee Jump." The program was re-issued on "Jubilee" as program #207. Benny Carter and His Orchestra, Betty Roche (vocal), The Nat King Cole Trio, Barney Bigard, Jimmy Durante, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (?), Timmie Rogers (vocal). 28:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

49847. Jubilee. March 31, 1945. Program #62. AFRS origination. The date of recording is January 24, 1944. The first tune is, "Hit That Jive, Jack." Dorothy Donegan plays a hot piano version of, "Tea For Two." Jack Benny does a funny routine and plays the violin; a "hot" version of "Ida." He gets an enthusiastic reception. Sammy Yeats is announced as being on the show but no further mention is made of him. Billy Ford (vocal), Dorothy Donegan, Jack Benny, Wendell Niles (announcer), Eddie Anderson, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Tiny Bradshaw and His Orchestra. 30:55. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

5327. Jubilee. April 16, 1945. Program #129/220. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The program was previously released as program #129. The second tune is, "If You Can't Smile and Say Yes, Please Don't Cry and Say No." Benny Carter and His Orchestra, Barney Bigard, The Nat King Cole Trio, Judy Carroll (vocal), Eddie Anderson (Rochester), Ernest Whitman (m.c.), Verne Smith (announcer). 29:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44532. Jubilee. April 23, 1945. Program #130/221. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Rockin' In Rhythm." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra, Ella Logan, Eddie Green, Eddie Heywood and His Orchestra. 29:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78179. Jubilee. May 14, 1945. Program #133. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Roll 'Em." The program was released August, 1945. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Andy Kirk and His Orchestra, Lena Horne, Mel Blanc, The Nat King Cole Trio. 23:37. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

77501. Jubilee. May 19, 1945. Program #116/208. AFRS origination. The program was recorded January 16, 1945. The first tune is, "Three Bones." Lucky Millinder and His Orchestra, Judy Carroll (vocal), The Slim Gaillard Trio (Slim and Bam), Mantan Moreland, Ben Carter, Verne Smith (announcer), Ernest Whitman (m. c.). 29:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2865. Jubilee. May 21, 1945. Program #134/211. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The program was released on August 24, 1945 and September 2, 1945. The first tune is, "9:20 Special." This program was re-issued as Jubilee #211. Andy Kirk and His Orchestra, Gwynn Time (vocal), Verne Smith (announcer), The Eddie Heywood Sextet. 29:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

748. Jubilee. May 28, 1945. Program #135/212. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Knick-Knack." The program was re-released as program #212 on March 1, 1947. Danny sings, "Minnie The Moocher." Ernest Whitman (m.c.), Andy Kirk and His Orchestra, The Mills Brothers, June Richmond, The Four Blazes, Danny Kaye. 29:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5328. Jubilee. June 4, 1945. Program #136/222. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Sunday." Eddie Green does, "Jonah and the Whale." This program was issued as both program #136 and #222. Ernie Whitman mentions that Eddie Green is appearing on, "Duffer's Tavern." Benny Carter and His Orchestra, The Four Blazes, Helen Humes, Eddie Green, Verne Smith (announcer), Ernest Whitman (m.c.), John Tucker Battle (author of "Jonah and The Whale"). 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71486. Jubilee. June 11, 1945. Program #137/213. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. This program has also been dated January 3, 1946. The first tune is, "Bust Out." Effie Smith sings, "The Honeydripper" with a quartet. Garry Moore does a routine based on, "The Good Old Summertime." The program was reissued as program #213. Verne Smith (announcer), Joe Liggins and His Honeydrippers, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra, Andre Previn (described as being sixteen years old), Garry Moore, Effie Smith. 30:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

49850. Jubilee. June 25, 1945. Program #139. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Jeep Rhythm." Alvino Rey plays a delightful, "Hindustan" on his electric guitar. Ernie "Bubbles" Whitman, Lillian Randolph, and Eddie Green perform, "The Courtship Of Miles Standish." Funny! Jimmie Rogers (possibly "Timmy Rogers") sings, "The Music Master." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra, Tina Dixon, Alvino Rey, Lillian Randolph, Eddie Green, Jimmie Rogers, Verne Smith (announcer). 30:30. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

49851. Jubilee. July 23, 1945. Program #143. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is,, "Queer Street" by Count Basie and His Orchestra (featuring Buddy Tate and Sweets Edison). June Richmond sings two songs, one of which is a spectacular version of, "Old Man River." Victor Borge does his phonetic punctuation. Buddy Tate, Count Basie and His Orchestra, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), June Richmond, Harry Sweets Edison, The Delta Rhythm Boys, Verne Smith (announcer), Victor Borge. 30:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

49852. Jubilee. August 3, 1945. Program #144. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "The Minor Riff," played by Jimmy Lunceford and His Orchestra. Herb Shriner does a funny comedy routine and plays the harmonica. Nat King Cole sings, "Sweet Lorraine." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Helen Humes, Herb Shriner, Jack McVea, Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra, Nat King Cole, Roy Eldridge, Verne Smith (announcer). 30:17. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

10198. Jubilee. August 8, 1945. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The unnumbered program was released for Christmas, 1945 programing. The first tune is, "Jumping At Ten." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Count Basie and His Orchestra, Lena Horne, Bing Crosby, Eddie Green, The Delta Rhythm Boys, Verne Smith (announcer). 30:57. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

2866. Jubilee. August 27, 1945. Program #145. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "You're Driving Me Crazy." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra, Valaida Snow (trumpet, vocal), The Gingersnaps, Eddie Green, Verne Smith (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

22079. Jubilee. September 6, 1945. Program #146. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Accentuate The Positive." Ella Mae Morse and Louis Armstrong sing, "The Sunny Side Of The Street." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Louis Armstrong, Ella Mae Morse, Alvino Rey and The AFRS Orchestra, Frank Sinatra. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78180. Jubilee. September 10, 1945. Program #147. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Rambo." The program may have been recorded at the MacGregor Studios. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Count Basie and His Orchestra, Bob Crosby, Jimmy Rushing (vocal), Sam Donahue and His All Navy Band. 28:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

18158. Jubilee. September 17, 1945. Program #148. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "I Found A New Baby." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Count Basie and His Orchestra, Jimmy Rushing, Sam Donahue and His Orchestra, Mel Torme and The Meltones, Verne Smith (announcer), Ann Moore (vocal), Bob Crosby. 29:54. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78444. Jubilee. September 24, 1945. Program #149/223. AFRS origination. The date above is the recording date. The first tune is, "Rhythm Man." The program was re-issued as "Jubilee" #223. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Count Basie and His Orchestra, Dick Haymes, The Delta Rhythm Boys, Jeri Sullivan, Jimmy Rushing. 30:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

49849. Jubilee. September 25, 1945. Program #98. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Rhythm Man." Ernie "Bubbles" Whitman introduces Jimmy Rushing as, "The only man who can play see-saw with me and win!" Jimmy then sings, "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself A Letter." The Mellotones are announced at the beginning of the program, but are not heard. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Count Basie and His Orchestra, Jimmy Rushing, Butterfly McQueen, Artie Shaw, Rod Richardson (bass), Fred Green (guitar), Buddy Rich (drums), Thelma Carpenter, Jim Lyon (announcer). 30:09. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52839. Jubilee. October 1, 1945. Program #150/224. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. Count Basie and His Orchestra start the program with, "San Jose." Lena Horne sings, "One More For My Baby" for the first time on the air. The show was first issued as program #150. Count Basie and His Orchestra, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Harry The Hipster Gibson, Lena Horne, The Slim Gaillard Trio, Verne Smith (announcer). 29:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

22080. Jubilee. October 8, 1945. Program #151. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is a hep, up-tempo version of, "My Buddy." Slim and Slam stop the show! Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer), The Jungleers, The Oscar Pettiford Trio, Lena Horne, Harry The Hipster Gibson, Slim and Slam, Bam Brown, Slam Stewart, Harold Kingsley (chairman of the United Negro College Fund). 29:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78224. Jubilee. October 13, 1945. Program #152. AFRS origination. The first tune is not identified. After an interview with Staff Segeant Edward Carter who had written in to the show, the next tune is, "He Was Tall, Dark and Handsome." The program was recorded about October, 1945 in Hollywood. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Hugh Brundage (announcer), Johnny Otis and His Orchestra, Edward Carter, Ivie Anderson, The Jubilee All-Stars, Joe Turner (vocal). 27:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

2867. Jubilee. October 22, 1945. Program #153. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Rough Idea." Verne Smith (announcer), Murray McEachern (conductor), Manny Klein, Frank Wiley (trumpet), Henry Coker (trombone), Willie Smith (vocal), Bobby Hackett, Emmett Berry, Babe Russin, Bam Brown, Jack Martin, Juan Rolando, Nick Glicco, Corky Corcoran, Harry The Hipster Gibson, Lem Davis, Leo Watson, Peggy Lee, Ray Coniff, Slim Gaillard, The Jubilee All Stars, Vic Dickenson, Ernest Whitman (m. c.). 30:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52835. Jubilee. October 29, 1945. Program #154. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is "Louise." Eddie Green tells the very funny story of the world, based on the bible. Gerald Wilson and His Orchestra, The Four Wilsonettes, Dick Gray, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Herb Jeffries, Eddie Green. 29:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2868. Jubilee. November 5, 1945. Program #155. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Sam Donahue and His Orchestra, Ella Mae Morse, Slim Gaillard and His Melloreenees, Leo Watson, Verne Smith (announcer). 30:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2869. Jubilee. November 13, 1945. Program #156. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. The first tune is, "Southern Scandal." This program may have been recorded from a "Command Performance" or a "One Night Stand" program. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Harry The Hipster Gibson, June Christy, The Oscar Pettiford Trio, Stan Kenton and His Orchestra, Hugh Brundage (announcer). 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77597. Jubilee. November 26, 1945. Program #159. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Loose Wig." The date above is the recording date. Ernest Whitman (m.c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra, Frankie Sugar Chile Robinson (a six-year-old boogie pianist/singer), Joey Preston (11-year-old drummer). 30:17. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78226. Jubilee. December 10, 1945. Program #162. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Hello, Goodbye, Forget It." Jimmy Mundy and His Orchestra, Kay Starr, Dizzy Gillespie and His Rebop Six, Frankie Sugar Child Robinson, Harry The Hipster Gibson, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Verne Smith (announcer). 27:17. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

52837. Jubilee. December 17, 1945. Program #163/209. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording. This is program #209, a rebroadcast of program #163. The first tune is, "Tonsillectomy." Dizzy Gillespie plays his famous composition, "A Night In Tunisia." Boyd Raeburn and His Orchestra, David Allen (vocal), Dizzy Gillespie, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Ginny Powell, Verne Smith (announcer), Charlie Parker (alto). 29:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78221. Jubilee. 1946. Program #184. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Who's Sorry Now." The program was recorded May or June, 1946. Ernest Whitman (m.c.), George Dvorak (announcer), Benny Carter and His Orchestra, Kay Starr, The Nat King Cole Trio, Lester Young. 28:56. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78225. Jubilee. 1946. Program #165. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "In The Bag." The program was recorded about December, 1945 in Hollywood. Ernest Whitman (m.c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra, Madeleine Green (vocal), Juan Rolando (playing piano and a Hammond organ at the same time), Dizzy Gillespie and His Rebop Six. 27:59. Audio condition: Excellent. 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.

5320. Jubilee. January 1946. Program #164/210. AFRS origination. The date above is approximate. The program was first released as program #164. The first tune is, "Slide, Hamp, Slide." Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra, Lena Horne (singing a goose-pimply "Stormy Weather"), The Four Blazes, Ernest Whitman (m.c.), Verne Smith (announcer), Joe Morris (trumpet). 29:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

49853. Jubilee. February 1946. Program #176. AFRS origination. The date above is approximate. The first tune is, "Cruisin' With Cab," played by Gerald Wilspon and His Orchestra. Eddie Davis is featured, and is possibly Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis. Juan Rolando plays the piano and the Hammond organ at the same time! Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Gerald Wilson and His Orchestra, Eddie Lockjaw Davis, Two Counts and A Countess (guitar, bass, and piano), Juan Rolando, Ernie Andrews, Hugh Brundage (announcer). 30:19. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

22081. Jubilee. February 1946. Program #178. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Don't You Know What It Is?" The date is approximate. Ernest Whitman (m.c.), Hugh Brundage (announcer), Gerald Wilson and His Orchestra, Phil Moore and His Band, Kay Starr, The Thrasher Sisters, Carl George. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

1045. Jubilee. February 1946. Program #168. AFRS origination. The date above is approximate. The first tune is, "At The Darktown Strutters Ball." The Goodman theme, first tune and "After You've Gone" were taken from the NBC "For The Record" broadcast of July 31, 1944. The other Goodman material was from another source. The Joe Liggins tune was recorded January, 1946. The program may have been recorded in January, 1946. Art Lund (vocal), Art Tatum, Benny Goodman and His Orchestra, Ernest Whitman (m.c.), Joe Liggins and His Honeydrippers, Lena Horne, Liza Morrow (vocals), Slam Stewart, Bam Brown (billed as "Slam and Bam"), Verne Smith (announcer). 28:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110823. Jubilee. June 1946. Program #186. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Just You, Just Me." The date above is the approximate recording date. The group introduced as, "The All-Stars" was assembled by Norman Granz for his "Jazz At The Philharmonic" concert. Ernest Whitman (m.c.), George Dvorak (announcer), The Nat King Cole Trio, Benny Carter and His Orchestra, Willie Smith, Charlie Parker, Oscar Moore, Johnny Miller, Buddy Rich. 28:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78227. Jubilee. July 1946. Program #192. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Lady Be Good." Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Hugh Brundage (announcer), Jazz At The Philharmonic All-Stars, Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins, Buck Clayton, Helen Humes, Meade Lux Lewis, Kenny Kersey (piano), Bill Hadnott (bass), Irving Ashby (guitar), Shadow Wilson (drums). 30:09. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78181. Jubilee. July 1946. Program #190. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "I Got Rhythm." Jazz At The Philharmonic All-Stars, Buck Clayton, Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins, Ken Kersey (piano). 29:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5312. Jubilee. September 26, 1946. Program #189. AFRS origination. The second part of a "Concert In Modern Jazz." The first tune is, "Tonsillectomy." Boyd Raeburn and His Orchestra, Ginny Powell (vocal), The Tommy Todd Trio, Hal Gibney (announcer), Ernest Whitman (m. c.). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77502. Jubilee. October 1946. Program #191. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Co-Ed." The date is approximate. Ernest Whitman (m. c.), George Dvorak (announcer), Benny Carter and His Orchestra, The Eddie Beal Fourtet, Herb Jeffries, Lucy Elliott (vocal). 29:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

62265. Jubilee. November 1946. Program #198/298. AFRS origination. An excellent program of traditional jazz. Wingy Manone starts the program with, "At The Jazz Band Ball." Kid Ory plays, "High Society." Stan Wrightsman (piano) plays, "Stomp Mr. Henry Lee." The date is approximate. The program was re-released as program #298, October 16, 1948. Ernest Whitman (host), Wingy Manone, Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band, Stan Wrightsman, Ernest Whitman (m. c.). 30:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5313. Jubilee. November 1946. Program #195/294. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Straight Life." The date is approximate. The program was re-released as program #294, approximately October, 1948. Art Walker, Dolores Parker, Earl Fatha Hines and His Orchestra, Effie Smith, Ricky Jordan, The Tommy Todd Trio, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), George Dvorak (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5314. Jubilee. December 1946. Program #200/293. AFRS origination. The date above is approximate. The first tune is, "There's Good Blues Tonight." The program was re-issued as program #293 about October, 1948. Bobby Sherwood and His Orchestra, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), Frances Glynn (vocal), Jay Johnson, Liz Tilton, Paula Kelly (vocal), The Modernaires, George Dvorak (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

52836. Jubilee. December 20, 1946. Program #201. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The first tune is, "Suddenly It's Swing" (the title of the first tune is not announced). The Red Callender Trio does, "Man Can't Live Alone." Ernie Whiteman mentions that the year is 1949. Ernest Whitman (host), Bobby Sherwood and His Orchestra, The Red Callender Trio, Frances Glynn (? vocal). 29:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5315. Jubilee. January 10, 1947. Program #202. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The Cliff Lang Orchestra appears for the first time on the air. The first tune is, "'S Wonderful." Some of the program was re-issued as program #293. Cliff Lang and His Orchestra, Four Chicks and Chuck (music fill), Herb Jeffries, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), George Dvorak (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5316. Jubilee. January 31, 1947. Program #204. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The first tune is not identified. The second tune is, "I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me." Cliff Lang and His Orchestra, Kay Starr, The Andre Previn Trio (Andre is announced as being seventeen years old), Ernest Whitman (m. c.), George Dvorak (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5330. Jubilee. February 1947. Program #226. AFRS origination. The date above is approximate. The first tune (after Teagarden's theme song) is, "Honeysuckle Rose." Ava Gardner (m.c.), Gene Norman (announcer), Jack McVea and His All-Stars, Jack Teagarden, Jean Louise (vocal), Judy Porter (vocal), The Saul Davis Trio. 29:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5329. Jubilee. February 1947. Program #225. AFRS origination. The date above is approximate. The first tune is, "Miss Thing." Ava Gardner (m.c.), Gene Norman (announcer), Jack McVea and His All-Stars, Jack Teagarden (trombone, vocal), Joey Preston (a wild ten-year-old drummer). 29:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5317. Jubilee. February 7, 1947. Program #205. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. A four way battle of guitarists. Parts of this program were re-released as program #292 on September 24, 1948. The first tune is, "I Surrender Dear." Arv Garrison, Barney Kessel, Benny Carter and His Orchestra, Irving Ashby, Les Paul, Vivien Garry, Ernest Whitman (m. c.), George Dvorak (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5333. Jubilee. February 27, 1947. Program #231. AFRS origination. The date above is approximate. The first tune is, "Rhythm Incorporated" (in two parts). Gene Norman (announcer), Stan Kenton and His Orchestra, The Four Blazes (billed as "The Hollywood Blazes"), The Max Miller Trio, June Christy, Shelley Manne, Kai Winding. 28:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78182. Jubilee. April 1947. Program #230. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "The C-Jam Blues." The program originates from McCormack General Hospital, Hollywood. The Black and White Recording All-Stars, Gerry Wilson, Murray MacEachern, Lena Horne (m. c., performer), Gene Norman (announcer), Barney Bigard, Phil Moore, Al Hendrickson, Red Callender, Harold West, Benny Carter, The Erroll Garner Trio. 28:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5332. Jubilee. June 1947. Program #229/291. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "The Great Lie" (announced as played by a quartet, but actually a sextet). Part of this program was re-released September 17, 1948 as program #291. The date above is approximate. Woody Herman (m.c.), Jesse Price and His Quartet, Dodo Marmarosa and His All-Stars (also known as "The Just Jazz All-Stars"), Joan Benson (billed as, "Little Joan Benson," she's a hot ten-year-old blues singer). 29:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5331. Jubilee. June 13, 1947. Program #227. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The program originates from an army hospital in Pasadena. The first tune is, "Sugar Foot Strut." Gene Norman (announcer), Martha Tilton (m.c.), The Page Cavanaugh Trio, The Johnny White Quartet, Pete Daily and His Orchestra, Freddie Davis (harmonica). 29:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

10192. Jubilee. June 23, 1947. Program #262. AFRS origination. The date above is the recording date. A rebroadcast of, "Just Jazz." The first tune is, "How High The Moon." The program was released February 20, 1948. Gene Norman (m.c.), Peggy Lee, The Benny Goodman Sextet, Jack Little (announcer), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Vic Dickenson (trombone), Benny Carter (alto), Benny Carter's All Stars, Erroll Garner, Charlie Barnet (tenor), Dodo Marmarosa (piano), Irving Ashby (guitar), Red Callender (bass), Jackie Mills (drums). 31:17. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

5346. Jubilee. June 23, 1947. Program #261. AFRS origination. The program was released February 13, 1948. The program was recorded June 23, 1947 at the Civic Auditorium, Pasadena. The first of the "Just Jazz" series. The first tune is, "Perdido." Vic Dickenson, Red Norvo, Irving Ashby, Jack Little (announcer), Jackie Mills, Peggy Lee, Red Calender, Benny Carter, The Benny Goodman Sextet, Charlie Barnet, Chuck Peterson, Dodo Marmarosa, Gene Norman (host), The Howard McGhee Sextet. 30:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5334. Jubilee. August 1947. Program #232. AFRS origination. The program originates from a Pasadena army hospital. The show begins with a routine by Garry. Doug Lawrence is announced as being on the program, but is not heard. The date is approximate. Garry Moore (m.c.), Gene Norman (announcer), Gerald Wilson and His Orchestra, Mabel Scott, Timmie Rogers. 28:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5335. Jubilee. August 1947. Program #233. AFRS origination. The program originates from McCormack General Army Hospital, Pasadena. The first tune is, "The Elk's Parade." The date is approximate. Gene Norman (announcer, m.c.), Nan Bennett (m.c.), Bobby Sherwood and His Orchestra, Mel Torme, The Merry Macs, Lynne Stevens. 30:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5336. Jubilee. August 1947. Program #236. AFRS origination. The program originates from the Van Nuys Veterans Hospital. The first tune is, "Tone Bone" ("Time Bomb"?). The date is approximate. Gene Norman (m. c.), Jack Paar, Margaret Whiting, Marie McDonald (m. c.), Tommy Pederson and His Orchestra. 30:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5338. Jubilee. August 1947. Program #238. AFRS origination. The program originates from the MacCormack General Hospital, Pasadena. The first tune is, "E. S. Boogie." Parts of this program was used on programs #288 and #299 (see cat. #10196). The date is approximate. Beryl Davis, Cyril Haynes, Joe Alexander, Ralph Lee (tenor sax), Gene Norman (announcer, m. c.), Earle Spencer and His Orchestra, Al Killian, The Howard McGhee Sextet. 30:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5337. Jubilee. August 22, 1947. Program #237. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The program originates from the MacCormack General Hospital, Pasadena. The first tune is, "Cotton Tail." Gene Norman (announcer), Nan Bennett (m.c., possibly Maryann Bennett), Bobby Sherwood and His Orchestra, Mel Torme, The Saul Davis Trio, The Merry Macs (?), Lynne Stevens. 30:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5339. Jubilee. September 12, 1947. Program #239. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. Parts of this program were released again as program #288 and #289. The first tune is, "Spenceriana." Gene Norman (m.c.), Earle Spencer and His Orchestra, Joe Alexander, The Dave Cavanaugh Quintet, Cyril Haynes, Beryl Davis, The Howard McGhee Sextet. 29:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5340. Jubilee. September 17, 1947. Program #240/290. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The program may have been recorded August 19, 1947. The program was re-released as #290. The first tune is, "Out Of Nowhere." Gene Norman (m.c., announcer), Ike Carpenter and His Orchestra, Jean Louise (vocal), The Four Blazes (billed as "The Hollywood Four Blazes"), Corky Corcoran (tenor sax). 29:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5342. Jubilee. October 1947. Program #242. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The program was recorded about August, 1947. The first tune is, "Quiet Semi." Al Killian and His Orchestra, Gene Norman (announcer), Hadda Brooks (piano), Merwyn Bogue, Jane Russell, Kay Kyser (m.c.). 29:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78165. Jubilee. October 10, 1947. Program #243. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Blue Lou." Kay Kyser (m. c.), Gene Norman (announcer), Al Killian and His Orchestra (recorded c. August, 1947), Hadda Brooks (piano), Merwyn Bogue, Jane Russell. 27:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

5341. Jubilee. October 10, 1947. Program #241. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The program starts with a comedy routine by Peter Lind Hayes, the first tune is, "Sugar." Hadda Brooks is announced as being on the program, but is not heard. Gene Norman (announcer, m.c.), Marion Morgan (vocal), Peter Lind Hayes (m.c., possibly also the bassist), The Eddie Skrivanek Sextette (billed as, "The Sextette From Hunger"), The Luvenia Nash Singers. 29:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77603. Jubilee. October 17, 1947. Program #244. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Old Man River." The date above is the recording date. Hy Averback (m. c.), The Roy Milton Sextet, The Ernie Felice Quartet, Lynne Stevens (announced as "Linda Stevens"). 29:07. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78183. Jubilee. October 24, 1947. Program #245. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Jimmy's Idea." The program was recorded at a "Just Jazz" concert at the Civic Auditiorium, Pasadena, about April or August, 1947. Gene Norman (m. c.), Count Basie and His Orchestra, Ella Mae Morse (vocal), Jimmy Rushing (vocal). 29:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78184. Jubilee. October 31, 1947. Program #246. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Jump Call." The program was recorded mid August, 1947. Gene Norman (m. c.), Will Scott (m. c.), Benny Carter and His Orchestra, Peggy Lee, The Pied Pipers, Johnny Desmond, The Page Cavanaugh Trio. 29:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77598. Jubilee. November 14, 1947. Program #248. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Fish Fry." The date above is the recording date. Portions of this program were used again on Jubilee Program #285 (see cat. #78162). Gene Norman (m.c.), Benny Carter and His Orchestra (recorded between June and September, 1947), The Page Cavanaugh Trio, Frankie Soputo (comedy/banjo), The Pied Pipers, Johnny Desmond, Peggy Lee. 29:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

77604. Jubilee. November 21, 1947. Program #249. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "I Know That You Know." The date above is the recording date. Gene Norman (m. c.), Ernie Gill and His Orchestra (recorded between June and September, 1947 at The Post Theatre, Birmingham V. A. Hospial, San Bernardino), Penny Piper, Howard Halburt (vocal), Nick Delano (vocal). 30:07. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

10193. Jubilee. November 28, 1947. Program #250. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The program was recorded between July and September, 1947. The first tune is, "John Hardy's Wife." Lorry Raine (vocal), Murray McEachern and His Orchestra, Nellie Lutcher, Bud Widom (m. c., announcer), Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

77605. Jubilee. December 5, 1947. Program #251. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Digga Digga Doo." The date above is the date of scheduled broadcast. Marvin Miller (m. c.), Opie Cates and His Orchestra (recorded between June and October, 1947), Martha Tilton, Ernie Andrews (vocal), Eddie Robertson (vocal). 29:51. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

77606. Jubilee. December 13, 1947. Program #252. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Oh, Lady Be Good." The date above is the date of scheduled release. Bob Morrison (m.c.), Albert Sack and His Orchestra (recorded between July and October, 1947), Annette Warren, David Street (vocal). 29:29. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

77599. Jubilee. December 27, 1947. Program #271. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Just You, Just Me." The date above is the recording date. The program is announced as a rebroadcast of "Just Jazz." Gene Norman (m.c.), George Dvorak (announcer), The Just Jazz Allstars (recorded December 27, 1947 or January 1, 1948 and The Shrine Auditiorium, Los Angeles), Kay Starr, The Pete Johnson Quartet, The Benny Goodman Quintet (recorded at The Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, January 1, 1948. See also cat. #10196 for other selections from this concert), Vido Musso (tenor Sax), Wardell Gray (tenor), Ernie Royal (trumpet), Arnold Ross (piano), Barney Kessel (guitar, denied by Barney Kessel), Harry Babasin (bass), Don Lamond (drums). 29:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

10196. Jubilee. December 27, 1947. Program #299. AFRS origination. The program was released about November, 1948. The first announced tune is, "Air Mail Special Delivery." The program sounds like an assembled show. Part of the program was issued previously as program #238 (see cat. #5338). Kay Starr, The Barney Kessell Trio, Bud Widom (m.c.), The Benny Goodman Quintet (announced as a sextet, see also cat. #77599 for other selections from the concert), Lee Young (drums). 30:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5343. Jubilee. January 10, 1948. Program #255. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The first tune is, "I Found A New Baby." The program originates from the MacCormack General Hospital, Pasadena, California. Alex Cooper (m.c.), Opie Cates and His Orchestra, Virginia Jackson, The Meltones, Rodney Guzman. 30:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5344. Jubilee. January 16, 1948. Program #256. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The program was recorded October or November, 1947. The program originates from MacCormack Hospital, Pasadena. The first tune is, "Air Mail Special." Al Shelbert (m. c.), Hal Sawyer (announcer), Jimmy Mundy and His Orchestra, The Mellolarks, The Nat King Cole Trio, Irving Ashby (guitar). 30:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5345. Jubilee. January 23, 1948. Program #259. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The program was recorded about November, 1947. The program originates from Long Beach Naval Hospital, Long Beach, California. The first tune is, "I Got Rhythm." Bud Widom (m. c., announcer), Erroll Garner, Georgia Gibbs, Herb Jeffries, Mishel Perrier (conductor), The Armed Forces Radio Service Orchestra. 30:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78161. Jubilee. February 27, 1948. Program #263. AFRS origination. The program was compiled approximately October, 1947 from previous shows (from February 15, 1943 through June, 1945). The above date is the date of distribution to U. S. forces. The first complete tune is, "Hallelujah." The program is a tribute to Jimmie Lunceford (who died July 14, 1947). Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra, Joe Thomas (vocal), George Dvorak (m. c.). 28:46. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

78163. Jubilee. March 19, 1948. Program #266. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Malaguena." The program may have been released as late as April 2, 1948. The program was recorded mid-January, 1948. Harry Lubin and The Paramount Studio Orchestra, Raymond Scott (arrangement), The Delta Rhythm Boys, Ken Carson, Anita Ellis, Daws Butler (m. c.). 29:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

65019. Jubilee. March 30, 1948. Program #284. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of recording (which might be March 3, 1948). The date of release of the program is July 30, 1948. The program originates from McCormick General Hospital, Pasadena, California. The first tune is "Congoroo." The show features a tribute to Jelly Roll Morton (and two of his recordings) and appears to be an undedited recording session and a post-broadcast performance by the cast (or selections from other dates). Peggy Lee, Dave Barbour, The Deep River Boys, Pete Dailey and His Chicagoans, Rosie McCarr, Warren Smith, Skippy Anderson, George Dvorak (announcer), John Beal (m. c.), Benny Carter and His Orchestra, Bill Willard (producer). 50:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5349. Jubilee. April 1948. Program #269. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The program originates from McCormack General Hospital, Pasadena. The first tune is, "Paradise Squat." Gene Norman (m. c.), Count Basie and His Orchestra, Jimmy Rushing (vocal), Toni Harper (nine year old singer), George Dvorak (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5348. Jubilee. April 1948. Program #268. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. A recorded "Battle Of Bands," starting with, "Father's Idea." Bud Widom (m. c.), Harry James and His Orchestra, Earl Fatha Hines and His Orchestra, The Page Cavanaugh Trio, Helen Ward. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5350. Jubilee. April 1948. Program #270. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The first tune is, "B-Flat." Gene Norman (m. c.), Count Basie and His Orchestra, Toni Harper (nine year old protege of Eddie Cantor), Jimmy Rushing (vocal), Earle Warren (vocal), George Dvorak (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5347. Jubilee. April 9, 1948. Program #267. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. Records by Harry James and His Orchestra, Willie Smith, Tampa Red, Etta James. The first tune is, "(;20 Special." Bud Widom (host). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78164. Jubilee. May 1948. Program #272. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Jubilee Juice." Keith Williams and The Best College Band In The World (billed as, "Keith Williams and His College Cats," recorded January 5, 1948 at McCormack General hosptial, Pasadena), Jean Taylor (vocal), The Jackie Mills Quintet, Stan Hasselgaard, Ricky Jordan (vocal), Bill Woolard (producer), Gene Norman (m. c.), Bill Alley (announcer). 29:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

96354. Jubilee. May 14, 1948. Program #273. AFRS. The first tune is, "Chattanooga Choo-Choo." The date above is the AFRS release date. The program was mostly taken from a Beneke band remote during c. January, 1948 at the Pasadena McCormack General Hospital. The very Russian "Song Of The Volga Boatmen" is introduced as, "Meadowland." Tex Beneke and His Orchestra, Alex Cooper (announcer), Bud Widom (m. c.), Jane Harvey (vocal), Gary Stevens (vocal), The Ernie Felice Quartet, Pete Candoli (trumpet), Jack Sperling (drums). 29:30. Audio condition: Very good to excellent audio. Excerpts.

5351. Jubilee. May 21, 1948. Program #274. AFRS origination. The date above is the approximate date of release. The program was recorded about February, 1948. The program originates from MacCormack Hospital, Pasadena. The first tune is, "Four Brothers." Gene Norman (m.c.), Harry Babasin and His Orchestra, Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra, The Four Blazes, George Dvorak (announcer). 29:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

96353. Jubilee. May 28, 1948. Program #275. Mutual net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. A band remote from the Pasadena McCormack General Hospital. The date above is the program's issue date, the recording was made during February, 1948. This is a rebroadcast of, "On The Beam With Tex Beneke." The first tune is, "I've Got A Gal In Kalamazoo." The show ends with a surprise; Tex Beneke's arrangement of Haydn's "Surprise Symphony." Jane Harvey sings, "One For My Baby" for all she's worth. The system cue has been deleted. Tex Beneke and His Orchestra, The Moonlight Serenaders, Jane Harvey (vocal), The Ernie Felice Quartet, Bud Widom (m. c.), Gary Stevens (vocal). 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

77600. Jubilee. June 4, 1948. Program #276. AFRS origination. The program originates from McCormick General Hospital, Pasadena. The first tune is, "Lover." The date above is the recording date. Gene Norman (m. c.), George Dvorak (announcer), Benny Carter and His Orchestra, The Connie Jordan Quartet, Mary Lou Williams. 29:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5352. Jubilee. June 11, 1948. Program #277. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The first tune is, "Cherokee." Gene Norman (m. c.), Ike Carpenter and His Orchestra, Jane Thompson (vocals), Sir Lancelot, Paul Nero (jazz violinist). 30:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5353. Jubilee. June 18, 1948. Program #278. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The program originates from McCormack Hospital, Pasadena California. The first tune is, "C-Jam Blues." Gene Norman (m. c.), The International All-Stars, Pete Dailey and His Chicagoans, Frances Wayne, The Bill Doggett Trio, Dodo Marmarosa (piano). 30:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77601. Jubilee. July 2, 1948. Program #280. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Out Of Nowhere." The date above is the recording date. Bud Widom (m. c.), Tom McKey (announcer), Red Ingle and The Natural Seven (recorded April, 1948 at McCormick General Hospital, Pasadena), Billy Eckstine, The Trenier Twins, Carolin Tatters. 30:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

77602. Jubilee. July 9, 1948. Program #281. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "How High The Moon." The date above is the recording date. Bud Widom (m. c.), Jimmy Witherspoon and His Blues Band (recorded April, 1948 at McCormick General Hospital, Pasadena), Ella Fitzgerald, Bill Barnett. 29:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

10194. Jubilee. July 16, 1948. Program #282. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The first tune is, "At The Jazz Band Ball." Bud Widom (m. c.), Ella Fitzgerald, Billy Eckstine, Red Ingle's Natural Seven, The Arnold Ross Quartet. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

77607. Jubilee. July 23, 1948. Program #283. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Joe's Idea." The date above is the date of scheduled broadcast. The program originates from McCormick General Hospital, Pasadena. Frances Wayne (vocal), The Neal Hefti Quartet, Jack Powers (vocal), Bud Widom (m.c.), Bob Keen and His Orchestra, The Velvetones. 29:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78162. Jubilee. August 6, 1948. Program #285. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "I Know That You Know." The program was recorded approximately May, 1948 at The Post Theatre, Veterans Administration Hospital, San Fernando, California. Portions of this program were previously used on Jubilee #248 (see cat. #77598). Gene Norman (m. c.), Ernie Gill and His Orchestra, Patty Piper (vocal), The Page Cavanaugh Trio, Frankie Soputo (banjo, comedy, vocal), The Pied Pipers, Johnny Desmond, Peggy Lee. 28:03. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

10195. Jubilee. August 13, 1948. Program #286. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. The singers introduced as "The Lane Sisters" seem to be Carol and Patty Lane, not the more famous Hollywood actresses. Bud Widom (m. c.), Ernie Felice Quartet, Frances Wayne (vocal), Georgia Gibbs, Herb Jeffries, The Lane Sisters. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

10197. Jubilee. January 11, 1949. Program #309. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "When You Left Me." The date is approximate. Bud Widom (m. c.), Gene Krupa and His Orchestra, Dolores Hawkins (vocal), Bill Black (vocal), Francisco Ross (vocal, really trombonist Frank Rosolino), Phil Ransom (guest announcer). 30:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

22082. Jubilee. March 1949. Program #344. ABC net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The date above is the date of recording. The release date of release is September 24, 1949. A remote from the Empire Room, Hollywood. The first tune is, "Mahogany Hall Stomp." The program has also been dated February 9, 1947. Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars, Jack Teagarden (trombone, vocal), Earl Fatha Hines, Barney Bigard, Arvell Shaw, Sid Catlett, Velma Middleton (vocal), Bud Widom (m. c.), Burleigh Smith (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78186. Jubilee. March 5, 1949. Program #314. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "My Friend." The program was recorded November 13 or December 10, 1948 at Carnegie Hall, New York City. The program includes, "Creole Love Call," which is in two parts; the second part was used on Jubilee #315 (cat. #78185). Bud Widom (m. c.), Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, Kay Davis (vocal). 30:00. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

78185. Jubilee. March 12, 1949. Program #315/323. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "The Tattooed Bride." The program was recorded November 13 or December 10, 1949 at Carnegie Hall, New York City. The program includes the conclusion of a two-part "Creole Love Call," (see cat. #78186, program #314 for the first part). This program was re-issued at "Jubilee" program #323. Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, Kay Davis (vocal), Bud Widom (announcer). 29:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78187. Jubilee. March 26, 1949. Program #317. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Three Cent Stomp." The program was recorded November 13 or December 10, 1948 at Carnegie Hall, New York City. Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, Bud Widom (m. c.), Kay Davis (vocal), Al Hibbler (vocal), Billy Strayhorn (piano). 29:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78188. Jubilee. April 9, 1949. Program #320. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Hy'a Sue." The program was recorded November 13 or December 10, 1948 at Carnegie Hall, New York City. Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, Bud Widom (m. c.), Al Hibbler (vocal). 29:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78189. Jubilee. April 22, 1949. Program #322. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Nashuma." Virginia Maxey (vocal), Burleigh Smith (m. c.), Georgie Auld and His Orchestra (possibly recorded at The Empire Room, Hollywood about February, 1949), Bud Widom (announcer). 28:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78190. Jubilee. June 4, 1949. Program #328. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Sweet Thing." The program was possibly recorded at The Empire Room, Hollywood, about February, 1949. Georgie Auld and His Orchestra, Virginia Maxey (vocal), Billy Eckstine, Burleigh Smith (m. c.), Bud Widom (announcer). 29:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78191. Jubilee. June 18, 1949. Program #330. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Nashuma." The program was possibly recorded at The Empire Room, Hollywood, about March, 1949. Georgie Auld and His Orchestra, Billy Eckstine, Virginia Maxey (vocal), Burleigh Smith (m. c.), Bud Widom (announcer). 29:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78192. Jubilee. July 9, 1949. Program #333. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "They Didn't Believe Me." The program was possibly recorded April, 1949 at The Hollywood Empire Room. Georgie Auld and His Orchestra, Lou Cook (m. c.), Bud Widom (announcer), Virginia Maxey (vocal), Billy Eckstine. 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78193. Jubilee. July 23, 1949. Program #335/350. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Choo Choo Ch'Boogie." The program was possibly recorded at The Empire Room, Hollywood, about May, 1949. The program was re-issued on "Jubilee" as program #350. Louis Jordan and His Tympani Five, Burleigh Smith (m. c.), Bud Widom (announcer). 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78166. Jubilee. August 6, 1949. Program #337. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Rockin' Chair." The program was a "Just Jazz" concert at The Empire Room, Hollywood, recorded March or May, 1949. Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars, Jack Teagarden, Barney Bigard, Earl Fatha Hines, Arvell Shaw, Sid Catlett, Velma Middleton (vocal), Bud Widom (announcer), Bill Graeco (m. c.). 28:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78167. Jubilee. August 13, 1949. Program #338. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Let The Good Times Roll." The program was recorded at The Empire Room, Hollywood. Louis Jordan and His Tympani Five, Bixie Crawford (vocal), Burleigh Smith (m. c.), Bud Widom (announcer). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78168. Jubilee. August 27, 1949. Program #340. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Jay Bird." The program was recorded about February, 1949. Bob Cummings (host), Bud Widom (announcer), Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra, Gladys Hampton (vocal). 29:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78169. Jubilee. September 3, 1949. Program #341. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "South." The program was recorded at The Beverly Cavern, Hollywood, about July, 1949. Bud Widom (m. c.), Kid Ory and His Creole Dixieland Band. 29:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78170. Jubilee. September 17, 1949. Program #343. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Down Among The Shelering Palms." The program was recorded at The Beverly Cavern, Hollywood, about July, 1949. Johnny Grant (m. c.), Bud Widom (announcer), Kid Ory and His Creole Dixieland Band. 28:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

22083. Jubilee. October 8, 1949. Program #346. AFRS origination. The date above is the date of release. A band remote from The Beverly Cavern, recorded about July, 1949. The first tune is, "Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?" Fine traditional jazz, good show! Kid Ory and His Dixieland Band, Bud Widom (m. c.), George Patton (m. c.). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78171. Jubilee. October 11, 1949. Program #348. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "The 1919 Rag." The program was recorded at The Beverly Cavern, Hollywood, about August, 1949. Bud Widom (m. c., announcer), George Patton (m. c.), Kid Ory and His Creole Dixieland Band. 29:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78172. Jubilee. October 29, 1949. Program #349. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Hya, Sue." The program was recorded at The Empire Theatre, Hollywood, either February or August, 1949. Burleigh Smith (m. c.), Bud Widom (announcer), Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, Ray Nance (vocal), Kay Davis (vocal). 29:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78173. Jubilee. November 12, 1949. Program #351. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Some Of These Days." The program was recorded at The Beverly Cavern, Hollywood, about September, 1949. Bud Widom (m. c., announcer), George Patton (m. c.), Kid Ory and His Creole Dixieland Band. 28:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78174. Jubilee. November 19, 1949. Program #352. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Solid Old Man." The program was recorded at The Hollywood Empire Room, about May, 1949. Burleigh Smith (m. c.), Bud Widom (announcer), Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, Ray Nance (vocal). 28:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78175. Jubilee. December 3, 1949. Program #354. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "Blues For Jimmie." The program was recorded at The Beverly Cavern, Hollywood, about September, 1949. Alan Jeffrey (m. c.), Bud Widom (announcer), Kid Ory and His Creole Dixieland Band. 29:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

78176. Jubilee. December 17, 1949. Program #356. AFRS origination. The first tune is, "The Tattoed Bride." The program was recorded at The Hollywood Empire, Hollywood, about October, 1949. Burleigh Smith (announcer), Bud Widom (m. c.), Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, Al Hibbler (vocal), Ray Nance (vocal). 29:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 183 programs.