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Basie's 1936 record Lady be Good featured a very cool, behind the beat, sax by Lester Young in an era of very hot solos. Lester claims the white players Frankie Trumbauer and Bix Beiderbecke as his major influences. Basie's small band the . Billie Holiday (Lester's good friend) begins to record with various small bands (usually lead by Teddy Wilson and usually containing Lester Young). These recordings which will be done over the next six years until the recording ban of 1942 will be the work on which her reputation rests. She has already discovered the two secrets which will make her the greatest Jazz singer of all with Did I Remember?, No Regrets and Billies Blues. They are 1) lift the melody away from the beat like Armstrong and 2) employ great balance.
Jazz in the Charts, Vol. 28: A Fine Romance 1936. Jazz in the Charts 1936, Vol. 5. Membran 223727.
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UNISSUED ON 78s (RETRIEVAL RTR 79081) is the sixth CD in this series, each of which has had a theme. This latest is probably the most distinctive, being a compilation of hot dance music and jazz from Britain between 1923 and 1936. The accompanying 24-page booklet sets out the provenance of the recordings, most of which are alternate takes to the versions issued originally. The task of restoring such rare items from a diversity of sources must have been quite daunting.
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This page lists the top songs of 1936 in the source charts. The way that the various charts are combined to reach this final list is described on the in the site generation page. These results should be treated with some caution since, with few exceptions, they are based on fairly subjective charts and biased towards the USA.
|Jazz In The USA|
|1-1||–Duke Ellington And His Big Band||Clarinet Lament|
|1-2||–Duke Ellington And His Big Band||Echoes Of Harlem|
|1-3||–Mary-Lou Williams*||Clean Pickin'|
|1-4||–Big Bill Broonzy||Big Bill Blues|
|1-5||–Teddy Hill And His Big Band||Got Me Doing Things|
|1-6||–Nat Cole*||Stomping At The Panama|
|1-7||–Ella Fitzgerald||You'll Have To Swing It|
|1-9||–Stuff Smith||You're A Viper|
|1-10||–Chick Webb And His Big Band*||Go Harlem|
|1-11||–Chu Berry*||Warmin' Up|
|1-12||–Fletcher Hendeson And His Big Band*||Shoe Shine Boy|
|1-13||–Teddy Wilson||I Feel Like A Feather In The Breeze|
|1-14||–Count Basie||Lady Be Good|
|1-15||–Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra||You Never Look So Beautiful|
|1-16||–Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra||Swing That Music|
|Jazz In Europe|
|2-1||–Django Reinhardt And The HCF Quintet*||I'se A Muggin'|
|2-2||–Freddie Taylor* And The HCF Quintet*||Can't Give You Anything But Love|
|2-3||–Willie Lewis||Stompin' At The Savoy|
|2-4||–Willie Lewis||Christopher Columbus|
|2-5||–Herman Chittison & The Willie Lewis Orchestra*||On Your Toes|
|2-6||–Michel Warlop And His Big Band||Rhythm Step|
|2-7||–Michel Warlop||Crazy Strings|
|2-8||–Bill Coleman||After You've Gone|
|2-9||–Bill Coleman||Joe Louis Stomp|
|2-10||–Garland Wilson||Just One Of Those Things|
|2-11||–Benny Carter & The Willie Lewis Orchestra*||Star Dust|
|2-12||–Benny Carter & The Kai Ewans Orchestra*||When Lights Are Low|
|2-13||–Joe Turner & Adelaide Hall||Truckin'|
|2-14||–Adelaide Hall & Joe Turner||I'm In The Mood For Love|
|2-15||–Ambrose And His Big Band Orchestra*||The Night Ride|
|2-16||–Benny Carter & The Ted Heath Orchestra*||Nightfall|
|Louis Armstrong Interview|
|3-1||–Louis Armstrong||Interview By Hughes Panassie|
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