Louise

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Louise (Richard A. Whiting, Leo Robin) – sung by Maurice Chevalier in the film Innocents of Paris (1929).

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Maurice Chevalier — I don’t know if this is a clip from Innocents of Paris. It has the look of a screen test.

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Maurice Chevalier with Leonard Joy and his Orchestra – recorded in New York on 14 March 1929, issued as Victor 21918 (78 rpm single), c/w Wait ‘Til You See Ma Cherie

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Bob Haring Orchestra – 1929

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Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys – The Rhythm Boys recorded this song twice in 1929

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Frankie Trumbauer & his Orchestra — recorded in New York, 17 April 1929

Frankie Trumbauer, Cm, as, v, dir / Bix Beiderbecke, Andy Secrest, c / Bill Rank, tb / Chester Hazlett, as / Irving “Izzy” Friedman, cl, ts / Min Leibrook, bsx / Matty Malneck, vn / Roy Bargy p / Snoozer Quinn, g / Stan King, d / Smith Ballew, v

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Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Grapelli   —  Django Reinhardt (g), Stéphane Grapelli (p) — recorded on 8 September 1938 in London

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Quintette du Hot Club de France — recorded on either 7, 15, or 22 September 1947, Radiodiffusion-Television Française, Paris. Redhotjazz.com says, “In 1947, the quintette was featured in “Surprise-partie”, a programme presented by Anne-Marie Duverney for the national French radio (RTF).”

Hubert Rostaing (cl)
Django Reinardt (g solo)
Eugène Vées (g)
Emmanuel Soudieux (b)
André Jourdan (dm)

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Dean Martin

Recorded 20 November 1952 (Session 2828; Master 10841) and released on Dean Martin Sings, 12 January 1953

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(below) at a much slower tempo; recording date unknown

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Andy Schumm

from the description at YouTube:

Recorded live at Jazz at Chautauqua, Sept. 19, 2009, with splendid assistance from Bob Havens, Scott Robinson, Andy Stein, James Dapogny, Marty Grosz, Vince Giordano, and Arnie Kinsella — a lovely song connecting Bing, Bix, and Lester Young! More at http://www.jazzlives.wordpress.com.

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