Live broadcast rarities from Louis Armstrong, Kid Ory, Jack Teagarden, Red Nichols, Earl “Fatha” Hines, Lee Collins, Ralph Sutton and Muggsy Spanier at Club Hanogver, San Francisco’s premier performance and broadcast Dixieland
venue of the 1950s.
Pt. 1 - Club Hangover Rarities
CLUB HANGOVER PT 1A.mp3 KID ORY: MAMA’S GONE, GOODBYE (excerpt) AUNT HAGAR’S BLUES WOLVERINE BLUES ONLY A PAPER MOON -- MEADE LUX LEWIS: INTERMISSION PIANO FEATURE: SAVOY BLUES MAMA’S GONE, GOODBYE (excerpt)
CLUB HANGOVER PT 1B.mp3 EARL “FATHA” HINES: DEEP FOREST (IN THEME) JAZZ ME BLUES ON THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET BACK O’ TOWN BLUES DEEP FOREST (OUT THEME)
The Chicago-style classic jazz trumpet player, Muggsy Spanier, was living just north of San Francisco in the 1950s and 60s. He was a regular at Club Hangover and in the Bay Area jazz scene.
Pt. 2 - Club Hangover Rarities
CLUB HANGOVER PT 2A.mp3 DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA -- Ralph Sutton Jazz Band MUGGSY SPANIER AND HIS JAZZ BAND: RELAXIN’ AT THE TOURO (IN THEME) LOVE IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER (WHEN YOU) SQUEEZE ME MOONGLOW ST LOUIS BLUES & OUT THEME RIVERSIDE BLUES (excerpt)
CLUB HANGOVER PT 2B.mp3 JACK TEAGARDEN AND HIS JAZZ BAND: I GOTTA RIGHT TO SING THE BLUES HIGH SOCIETY RAMPARTS STREET PARADE BASIN STREET BLUES ROYAL GARDEN BLUES HONEYSUCKLE ROSE & OUT THEME
JACK TEAGARDEN was frequently a Hangover headliner
CLUB_HANGOVER_RARITIES_Pt_3A.mp3 MUGGSY SPANIER AND HIS RAGTIME BAND, 1954: MEMPHIS BLUES -- Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtime Band, 1953 ST. LOUIS BLUES -- Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtime Band, 1953 FAREWELL BLUES -- Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtime Band, 1953
LOUIS ARMSTRONG ALL STARS, 1952: WHEN ITS SLEEPY TIME DOWN SOUTH (theme) -- Louis Armstrong All Stars, 1954 WEST END BLUES -- Louis Armstrong All Stars, 1954 THE BUCKET’S GOT A HOLE IN IT -- Louis Armstrong All Stars, 1954
CLUB_HANGOVER_RARITIES_Pt_3B.mp3 RED NICHOLS AND HIS FIVE PENNIES, 1953: RIVERBOAT SHUFFLE -- Red Nichols and his Five Pennies, 1953 WAIL OF THE WINDS (theme) -- Red Nichols and his Five Pennies, 1953 BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC -- Red Nichols and his Five Pennies, 1953
LEE COLLINS, 1953: ST. JAMES INFIRMARY -- Lee Collins, 1953 CHINATOWN, MY CHINATOWN -- Lee Collins, 1953
He was living north of the Bay in the '50s and raising chickens in Petaluma.
During that era he also owned a S.F. nightclub, "On the Levee."