Swingin' For Breakfast

Goin' Home
Papa Bue's Viking Jazz Band / Live '99

"Goin’ Home" by Papa Bue’s Viking Jazz Band.

54 plays
Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
Buddy Rich / Compact Jazz

"Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea" by Buddy Rich.

124 plays
Bli Blip
Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra / Live In Swing City- Swingin' With Duke

"Bli Blip" by Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra.

86 plays
When The Saints Go Marching In
Louis Armstrong / Louis Armstrong of New Orleans

"When The Saints Go Marching In" by Louis Armstrong.

78 plays
I Need Someone Like You
Smoking Time Jazz Club / I Need Someone Like You

"I Need Someone Like You" by Smoking Time Jazz Club.

214 plays
Careless Love
Tuba Skinny / Tubaskinny

"Careless Love" by Tuba Skinny.

206 plays
Shoo-Fly Pie (And Apple Pan Dowdy)
Stan Kenton & His Orchestra / Your Hit Parade: 1946

"Shoo-Fly Pie (And Apple Pan Dowdy)" by Stan Kenton and His Orchestra.

124 plays
Diga Diga Doo
Benny Goodman & The Rhythm Makers Orchestra / 50 Tracks In One Day, With One Hour For Lunch Of Course

"Diga Diga Doo" by Benny Goodman and The Rhythm Makers Orchestra.

170 plays
Organ Grinder's Swing
Joe Haymes And His Orchestra / Swing Time! The Fabulous Big Band Era 1925 - 1955 Vol. 2

"Organ Grinder’s Swing" by Joe Jaymes And His Orchestra.

156 plays
Bei mir bist Du schoen

babybluestocking:

Okay, my fellow swing dancers and jazz enthusiasts - I need help finding a particular version of Bei Mir Bist Du Shein/Schoen. I know for a fact that it is not the Ella Fitzgerald, Andrews Sisters, Swing Ninjas, Girls From Mars, The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn, Tin Pan, Leo Marjane, The Bourbon Street Stompers, or Benny Goodman versions. I’m fairly certain that it’s a modern recording, though I could be wrong, and fairly long compared to the more common versions of the song. I want to say that it starts out quite slow, then gets really fast, and has a glorious bluesy section towards the latter half of the song. (Unlike some other versions, which more or less maintain the same tempo throughout or start off fast.) When you hear the song in terms of dancing, it feels like the perfect split between blues and lindy. This version has a female vocalist. I know it’s a long shot, but can anyone help me find this version?

That sounds a lot like this version. Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen - Janis Siegel.