Broadcasts and Rarities

Broadcasts and Rarities

by Lee Wiley



The first of two Lee Wiley Jass Lp's feature the legendary singer on radio broadcasts from 1936 and 1938, private acetates from the late 1930's, appearances on a 1950 radio show, four previously unknown duets with pianist Joe Bushkin (probably from the early 1960's) and two songs from a 1959 television show. In general the recording quality is better than expected (although some songs have surface noise) and Lee Wiley's singing sounds generally inspired. This is a valuable addition to Wiley's legacy.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/22/1993
UPC: 0032501201525
catalogNumber: 15


  1. I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues
  2. You've Got Me Crying Again
  3. Let's Call It a Day
  4. Let's Call It a Day
  5. Kalmar & Ruby Medley: Who's Sorry Now?/I Love You So Much/Thinking Of
  6. Sugar
  7. I Can't Give You Anything But Love
  8. You Leave Me Breathless
  9. Stormy Weather
  10. Manhattan
  11. I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance with You
  12. Someone to Watch over Me
  13. Somebody Loves Me
  14. How Deep Is the Ocean?
  15. Anytime, Anyday, Anywhere
  16. 'deed I Do
  17. Easter Parade
  18. I Cried for You
  19. Baby Won't You Please Come Home
  20. Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?
  21. Don't Blame Me

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Lee Wiley   Primary Artist,Vocals
Henry "Red" Allen   Trumpet
Bunny Berigan   Trumpet
Eddie Condon   Guitar
Bud Freeman   Tenor Saxophone
Bobby Hackett   Cornet
Pee Wee Russell   Clarinet
Artie Bernstein   Bass
Jimmy Dorsey   Clarinet,Reeds
Tommy Dorsey   Trombone
Larry Gomar   Drums
Bill Green   Bass
Stan King   Drums
Manny Klein   Trumpet
Jess Stacy   Piano
Dave Tough   Drums
Victor Young   Drums
Howie Anderson   Piano
Dick McDonough   Guitar
Fulton McGrath   Piano
Arthur Shapiro   Bass
Jack Honywill   Cornet
Ben Long   Trombone

Technical Credits

Bing Crosby   Composer
Eddie Condon   Director
Dick Jurgens   Contributor
Bill Green   Director
Harry Sosnik   Director
Bert Kalmar   Contributor
Howard Melton   Liner Notes
Harry Ruby   Contributor
Ned Washington   Composer
Victor Young   Composer
Gus Kuhlman   Producer

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