7 You Have to Feel It

Teddy Weatherford and His Band
The Lady Who Didn’t Believe in Love, 1943 The personnel on this track include the Parsi saxophonist Rudy Cotton, the Chicago reed player Roy Butler and trumpeter George Banks, whose son Louis is among India’s most prominent contemporary jazz musicians. The lady who didn’t believe in love by naresh.fernandes

COL FB 40229 All Star Swing Band with Teddy Weatherford
with George Banks (trumpet), Reuben Solomon and Roy Butler (reeds), Cedric West (guitar), Tony Gonsalves (bass), Jimmy Smith (drums), Weatherford (piano) and Nester West (vocals).
Be Careful It’s My Heart
Recorded in Calcutta, Aug 1942 Be Careful It’s My Heart by ALL STAR SWING BAND by Taj Mahal Foxtrot

 

COL FB 40316 Teddy Weatherford and his Band
with George Banks, Bill McDermott and Pat Blake (trumpets), George Leonardi (trombone), Reuben Solomon (clarinet/alto), Roy Butler, Rudy Cotton (tenor), Cedric West (guitar), Tony Gonsalves (bass), Jimmy Smith (drums), Teddy Weatherford (piano and vocals).
Three Dreams
Recorded in Calcutta, May 1943
Three Dreams by Teddy Weatherford by Taj Mahal Foxtrot


COL FB 40316 Teddy Weatherford and his Band

with George Banks, Bill McDermott and Pat Blake (trumpets), George Leonardi (trombone), Reuben Solomon (clarinet/alto), Roy Butler, Rudy Cotton (tenor), Cedric West (guitar), Tony Gonsalves (bass), Jimmy Smith (drums), Teddy Weatherford (piano and vocals).
Cabin in the Sky
Recorded in Calcutta, May 1943 Cabin in the Sky by Teddy Weatherford by Taj Mahal Foxtrot

 

COL FB 40067 Piano medley by Teddy Weatherford and Pepita
You Stepped Out of A Dream, Boa Noite and I Yi Yi Yi
Recorded in Calcutta, September, 1941.
Piano medley part 1 by Teddy Weatherford with Pepita by Taj Mahal Foxtrot

 

COL FB 40067 Piano medley by Teddy Weatherford and Pepita
Who, Moon Over Burma and Minnie From Trinidad.
Recorded in Calcutta, September, 1941.
Piano medley part 2 by Teddy Weatherford with Pepita by Taj Mahal Foxtrot

 

COL FB 40070 Teddy Weatherford and His Band, with Pepita (vocals), George Banks (trumpet), George Leonardi (trombone), Reuben Solomon, Roy Butler and Tony Menezes (reeds), Tony Gonsalves (bass), Trevor McCabe (drums) and Weatherford (piano).
I Take to You
Recorded in Calcutta, October 1941
I Take to You by TEDDY WEATHERFORD AND HIS BAND by Taj Mahal Foxtrot

COL FB 40070 Teddy Weatherford and His Band, with Buddy Spencer (vocals), George Banks (trumpet), George Leonardi (trombone), Reuben Solomon, Roy Butler and Tony Menezes (reeds), Tony Gonsalves (bass), Trevor McCabe (drums) and Weatherford (piano).
I’ve Got a Bone to Pick With You
Recorded in Calcutta, October 1941
I’ve Got a Bone to Pick with You by TEDDY WEATHERFORD AND HIS BAND by Taj Mahal Foxtrot

 

COL FB 40164 Teddy Weatherford, with Tony Gonsalves (bass) and Trevor McCabe (drums).
The Darktown Strutters Ball.
Recorded in Calcutta, Jan 1942.
The Darktown Strutters Ball by TEDDY WEATHERFORD by Taj Mahal Foxtrot

COL FB 40164 Teddy Weatherford, with Tony Gonsalves (bass) and Trevor McCabe (drums).
Birth of the Blues.
Recorded in Calcutta, Jan 1942. Birth of the Blues by TEDDY WEATHERFORD by Taj Mahal Foxtrot

 

COL FB 40174 Teddy Weatherford and his Band, with George Banks (trumpet), Harry Joseph and Willy Manuel (alto), Sonny Gill (tenor), Basil Ecans (bass), Trevor McCabe (drums) and Teddy Weatherford (piano and vocals).
How about You
Recorded in Calcutta, May 11, 1942
How About You by Teddy Weatherford by Taj Mahal Foxtrot

COL FB 40174 Teddy Weatherford and his Band, with George Banks (trumpet), Harry Joseph and Willy Manuel (alto), Sonny Gill (tenor), Basil Ecans (bass), Trevor McCabe (drums) and Teddy Weatherford (piano).
Hoe Down
Recorded in Calcutta, May 11, 1942 Hoe down by TEDDY WEATHEFORD by tajmahalfoxtrot1

 

COL FB 40346 Teddy Weatherford and his Band
with George Banks and Pat Blake (trumpets), George Leonardi (trombone), Reuben Solomon (clarinet/alto), Roy Butler, Rudy Cotton (tenor), Cedric West (guitar), Tony Gonsalves (bass), Jimmy Smith (drums), Teddy Weatherford (piano) and Bill McDermott (vocals).
There’s No Two Ways About Love
Recorded in Calcutta, September 1943 There’s no two ways about love by TEDDY WEATHERFORD by tajmahalfoxtrot1

 

COL FB 40346 Teddy Weatherford and his Band
with George Banks, Bill McDermott and Pat Blake (trumpets), George Leonardi (trombone), Reuben Solomon (clarinet/alto), Roy Butler, Rudy Cotton (tenor), Cedric West (guitar), Tony Gonsalves (bass), Jimmy Smith (drums), Teddy Weatherford (piano) and Diana Withburn (vocals).
Stormy Weather
Recorded in Calcutta, September 1943 Stormy weather by TEDDY WEATHERFORD by tajmahalfoxtrot1

COL FB 40099 Paquita and Zarate with the Blue Four
St Louis Blues
Recorded in Calcutta, Nov 1941. St. Louis Blues by Paquita and Zarate by Taj Mahal Foxtrot

 

COL FB 40099 Paquita and Zarate with the Blue Four.
Lady Be Good.
Recorded in Calcutta, Nov 1941. Lady Be Good by Paquita and Zarate by Taj Mahal Foxtrot

 

HMV N 14007 Bob Lee (real name Bob Merrill) with Teddy Weatherford and his Boys
And Then You Kissed Me
Recorded in Calcutta, 1943
And then you kissed me by TEDDY WEATHERFORD and BOB LEE by Taj Mahal Foxtrot


HMV N 4496 Bob Lee (real name Bob Merrill) with Teddy Weatherford and his Boys
Make Way for Tomorrow
Recorded in Calcutta, January 1943
Make way for tomorrow by TEDDY WEATHERFORD and BOB LEE by Taj Mahal Foxtrot

 

HMV N 4495 Bob Lee (real name Bob Merrill) with Teddy Weatherford and his Boys
One More Smile
Recorded in Calcutta, January 1943 One more smile by TEDDY WEATHERFORD and BOB LEE by Taj Mahal Foxtrot

HMV N 4495 Bob Lee (real name Bob Merrill) with Teddy Weatherford and his Boys
Marianne
Recorded in Calcutta, January 1943 Marianne by TEDDY WEATHERFORD and BOB LEE by Taj Mahal Foxtrot

Bob Lee with Teddy Weatherford When Irish Eyes Are Smiling, 1943 Bob Lee, a visiting American serviceman, made a clutch of recordings with Weatherford during the Second World War.

When Irish Eyes Are Smiling by naresh.fernandes

Ken Mac and his Orchestra Down Argentina Way, 1942 This recording by Ken Mac, with vocals by Beryl Templeman, sold more than 25,000 copies.

Down Argentina Way by naresh.fernandes  


Ken Mac and his Orchestra

No Love, No Nothing, 1942 Another wartime recording by Mac, with Beryl Temple and Bob Park sharing vocal credits.

No Love No Nothing by naresh.fernandes


HMV NE698 Ken Mac and his Band, with Beryl Templeman (vocals).
Moonlight Becomes You
Recorded in Calcutta, 1942 Moonlight Becomes You by Ken Mac by Taj Mahal Foxtrot


HMV NE511 Ken Mac and his Band, with Beryl Templeman (vocals).
Mexican Magic
Recorded in Calcutta, 1940

Mexican magic by KEN MAC by tajmahalfoxtrot1

 

HMV NE510 Ken Mac and his Band, with Beryl Templeman (vocals).
One Look at You
Recorded in Calcutta, 1940 One look at you by KEN MAC by tajmahalfoxtrot1


Tau Moe’s Tropical Stars
with the Dr Jazz Vocal Trio
Paducah, 1943 Guitarist Tau Moe and his family toured the globe for decades, taking Hawaiian music to Philippines, Japan, German and India, among other places, among other places. His wife, Rose, was his vocalist and they travelled to the. They made this record with a pianist who called himself Dr Jazz. Though many believe that it was a nom de guerre of Teddy Weatherford, the real identity of Dr Jazz was the American pianist Frank Shriver, another peripatetic musician. More about Tau Moe and his family here and here.
Paducah by naresh.fernandes

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