BIX BEIDERBECKE RESOURCES
WBIX
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"Through his music, Bix is alive."

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WBIX

Programs 251-300

WBIX is the virtual radio station of the Bixography web site. WBIX is dedicated to the preservation and dissemination of the musical legacy of Bix Beiderbecke, the jazz genius from Davenport, Iowa.
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Radio Program # 251. (loaded on 11/24/2016)  Bix's Fellow Musicians: Scrappy Lambert. 54 min.

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All vocals by Scrappy Lambert unless specified otherwise..
He's the Last Word. Jack Pettis. Dec 23, 1926. Vocal by Scrappy Lambert and Billy Hillpot.
Muddy Water.
Jack Pettis. Jan 7, 1927.
Ain't She Sweet. Ben Bernie. January 28, 1927.
Vocal by Scrappy Lambert and Billy Hillpot..
Rosy Cheeks. .January 28, 1927. Vocal by Scrappy Lambert and Billy Hillpot
My Ohio Home. Sam Lanin. Dec 29, 1927.
Keep Sweeping the Cobwebs off the Moon,
.Sam Lanin. Dec 29, 1927.
My Melancholy Baby. Original Memphis Five. March 7, 1928.
Mississippi Mud.
Original Memphis Five. March 7, 1928
Glorianna. Ipana Troubadours. Oct 25, 1928.
Do You?
Ipana Troubadours. Oct 25, 1928.
Walking My Baby Back Home. Milt Shaw. Feb 13, 1931.
I Want You for Myself.
Milt Shaw. Feb 13, 1931.


Radio Program # 252. (loaded on 12/30/2016)  Miff Mole as accompanist of vocalists. 69 min.

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Black Bottom, Annette Hanshaw. September 12, 1926.
Six Feet of Papa.
Annette Hanshaw. September 12, 1926.
After You've Gone. Sophie Tucker. April 11, 1927.
I Ain't Got Nobody.
Sophie Tucker. April 11, 1927.
Sweet Child. Cliff Edwards. January 1926.
I Want Somebody to Cheer Me up. Cliff Edwards. January 1926.
Sunday. Evelyn Preer. November 23, 1926.
Cock-a-doodle I'm off My Noodle.
Evelyn Preer. November 23, 1926.
One Sweet Letter from you. Kate Smith. February 14, 1927.
I'm Gonna Meet My Sweetie Now.
Kate Smith. February 14, 1927.
Modern Musicians.
Hop Head. Charleston Chasers. September 2, 1994.
A Girl Friend of a Boy Friend of Mine.
Charleston Chasers. September 2, 1994.

Radio Program # 253. (loaded on 01/25/2017)  Bix's Fellow Musicians: Danny Polo. 54 min 6 sec.

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You Don't Like It, Not Much. Paul Ash. June 8, 1927.
I Ain't That Kind of a Baby.
June 8, 1927.
I'm Afraid of You. Ray Ventura. January 1929.
Sweet Ella Mae.
Ray Ventura. January 1929.
Mean To Me. Ambrose. May 31, 1929.
Do Something.
May 31, 1929.
Building A Nest for Mary. Philip Lewis. July 16, 1929.
Honey.
Philip Lewis. July 16, 1929.
I'm Speaking of Kentucky Days. Rhythmic Eight. February 7, 1930.
T'Ain't No Sin. Rhythmic Eight. February 7, 1930.
Mr. Polo Takes a Solo.Danny polo. Ocober 1, 1937.
Modern Musicians.
Firehouse Five PLus Two. South. 1951.


Radio Program # 254. (loaded on 02/24/2017)  Trumpet Players Influenced by Bix: Mickey Bloom.  66min 40sec

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Fallin' Down. Cotton Pickers. Jan 7, 1926.
Milenberg Joys. Cotton Pickers. Aug 21, 1925.
There Ought to Be a Law Against That. Seven Blue Babies. Vocal by Jack Kaufman. Jan 25, 1928.
The Grasss Grows Greener.
Seven Blue Babies. Vocal by Jack Kaufman. Jan 25, 1928.
Let's Misbehave. Irving Aaronson. Vocal by Phil Saxe and chorus. Mar 1, 1928.
And Furthermore.
Irving Aaronson. Vocal by Phil Saxe, Irving Aaronson and chorus. Mar 1, 1928.
Mickey Bloom solos spliced together. From
Everything Is Peaches Nov 19, 1926
He Ain't Done Right By Nell Apr 17, 1926
I'll Never See Maggie Alone Jan 7, 1926
Spring Is Here Apr 27, 1926
The Pump Song May 15, 1926
Wummin - Aaah! Mar 19, 1926
I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate. Boyd Senter. Mar 23, 1928.
Mobile Blues.
Boyd Senter. Mar 23, 1928.
Coquette. Dorsey Brothers. Vocal by Bill Dutton. Mar 14, 1928.
The Yale Blues.
Dorsey Brothers. Vocal by Bill Dutton. Mar 14, 1928.
Me and the Man in the Moon. Arnold Johnson. Nov 9, 1928.
The Breakaway. Arnold Johnson. Apr 12, 1929.


Radio Program # 255. (loaded on 03/31/2017)  Bix tunes played by Lou Gold.  53 min 05sec

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Because My Baby Don't Mean Maybe Now. June 11, 1928.
Vocal by Irving Kaufman.
High Up on a Hilltop. Sept or Oct/Nov 1928. Vocal by Irving Kaufman.
Hoosier Sweetheart. Mar 1927.
I Can't Give You Anything But Love. May 28, 1928.
Vocal by Irving Kaufman.
In My Bouquet of Memories.Apr 3, 1928. Vocal by Irving Kaufman.
Louise. Oct/Nov 1928.
Vocal by Irving Kaufman.
Reaching for Someone. Jun 7, 1929.
Vocal by Irving Kaufman.
Take Your Tomorrow. Unknown recording date. Vocal by Irving Kaufman.
Changes. Nov 24, 1927. Vocal by Harold Miller.
Louisiana. Jul 1928. Vocal by Scrappy Lambert.
Modern Musicians: Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks. From Aviator CD.
I'll Build A Stairway to Paradise.
Shake  That Thing.


Radio Program # 256. (loaded on 04/29/2017)  The Various Bands if Fred Elizalde.  53 min 57sec

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And Cinderella Roof Orchestra
That Certain Feeling. June 1926.
Tonight's My Night With Baby.
June 1926.
And Cambridge Undergraduates.(Quinquaginta Band)
Stomp Your Feet. June 22, 1927.

Clarinet Marmalade.
June 22, 1927.
And his Orchestra.
Once in a Blue Moon. Aug-Sep 1927
Tweet Tweet. Aug-Sep 1927
And his Music.
Just Imagine. Jul 25, 1928. Al Bowlly on vocal.
Wherever You Are.J ul 25, 1928. Al Bowlly on vocal.
Piano Solos.
Pianotrope. Sep-Oct 1927.
Harmonizing.
Sep-Oct 1927.
And his Hot Music.
Arkansas. Mar 11, 1928.
Sugar Step.
Mar 11, 1928.



Radio Program # 257 (loaded on 05/26/2017)  German Dance Bands Play Tunes Recorded by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra.  65 min 15sec

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My Pet. Ben Bernie.
July 1928.
Get Out and Get Under the Moon. Ben Berlin. September 1928.
Ramona. Daios Bela.1928.
What'll I Do? Dajos Bela. 1924.
Chloe. Regina Orchestra directed by Paul Clay. 1930.
The Man I Love. Julian Fuhs. May 11, 1928.
Laughing Marionette. Barnabas von Geczy.
That's My Weakness Now.
Barnabas von Geczy.
I Can't Give You Anything But Love. Lud Gluskin. Jan 17, 1929.
My Suppressed Desire.
Lud Gluskin. Jan 18, 1929.
Modern musicians. From the album "When Louis Met  Bix". Andy Schumam and Enrico Tomaso with Mathisas Seuffert, Alastair Allan, Spats Langham, Morten Gunnar Larsen, Malcolm Sked, Nick Ball, 2016
"Ol Man River" and "When She Came to Me."



Radio Program # 258 (loaded on 06/30/2017)  Recordings of Bix Tunes by Abe Lyman, Ben Pollack and Fred Rich.  59 min 20sec

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Abe Lyman.
Sunday. Jul 26, 1926.
Mississippi Mud. Mar 28, 1928. Vocal by Phil Neely.
San. May 18, 1928.
That's My Weakness Now. June 17, 1928.
Ben Pollack.
Sweet Sue. Apr 6, 1928. Vocal by Franklyn Bauer.
Futuristic Rhythm. Dec 24, 1928. Vocal by Ben Pollack.
Louise. Mar 11, 1928. Vocal by Charles Roberts (Smith Ballew).
Wait Till You See My Cherie.
Mar 11, 1928. Vocal by Charles Roberts (Smith Ballew).
Fred Rich.
You Took Advantage of Me. May 4, 1928. Vocal by James Melton.
Baltimore.
Jan 26, 1928. Vocal by Arthur Humby.
The Man I Love. Dec 10, 1927. Vocal by Vaughn de Leath.
Hoosier Sweetheart. Feb 4, 1927. Vocal by Samy Fain and  Artie Dunn.


Radio Program # 259 (loaded on 07/28/2017)  Bix's Fellow Musicans: Lennie Hayton.  52 min 06sec

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Hallelujah. Cass Hagan. Apr 13, 1927. Vocal by Franklyn Bauer.

Sometimes I'm Happy. Cass Hagan. Apr 13, 1927. Vocal by Franklyn Bauer.
Feelin' No Pain.
Red Nichols. Aug 15, 1927.
Ida.
Red Nichols. Aug 15, 1927.
Lovey Lee. Original Memphis Five. Aug 16, 1927.
How Come You Do Me Like You Do. Original Memphis Five. Aug 16, 1927.
Soliloquy. Don Voorhees. Sep 8, 1927. Correction: I announced tha the pianist in this selection is Arthur Schutt. Incorrect. The pianist is Lenie Hayton.
Highways Are Happy Ways.
Don Voorhees. Sep 8, 1927. Vocal by Irving Kaufman as Vincent Van Tuyl. Correction: I announced tha the pianist in this selection is Arthur Schutt. Incorrect. The pianist is Lenie Hayton.
Mine All Mine. California Ramblers. Dec 15, 1927.Vocal by Ed Kirkeby, Sammy Fain and Artie Dunn.
Changes. California Ramblers. Dec 15, 1927.Vocal by Ed Kirkeby, Sammy Fain and Artie Dunn.
Love Me Tonight. Bing Crosby accompanied by Lennie Hayton's Orchestra. Mar 26, 1932.
Some of These Days.
Bing Crosby accompanied by Lennie Hayton's Orchestra. Mar 26, 1932.



Radio Program # 260 (loaded on 08/25/2017)  Early 1920s Recordings of Irving Berlin Tunes: A Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the First Jazz Recording..  56 min 34 sec

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Nobody Knows Art Hickman's St Francis Trio. Nov 8, 1919. Intro to
I've Lost My Heart in Dixieland.
Tell Me Little Gypsy. Art Hickman. Jul 9, 1920.
Tell All the Folks in Kentucky. California Ramblers. Sep 10 or 18, 1923.
Learn To Do the Strut.Georgians. Oct 9, 1923.
All By Myself. Bennie Krueger. Aug 1921.
School House Blues. Bennie Krueger. Dec 1921.
Everybody Step. Ted Lewis. Oct 21, 1921 1921.
Home Again Blues. Ted Lewsis. Aug 17, 1921
Homesick. Paul Whiteman. Sep 28, 1922. Introducing Margie.
Say It With Music. Paul WhitemanAug 30, 1921.
Home Again Blues. Original Dixieland Jazz Band. Jan 28, 1921.
I've Lost My Heart in Dixieland.
Original Dixieland Jazz Band. Jan 10, 1920.

WBIX # 261 will be uploaded on September 29, 2017.






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