Tracklist

Medium 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Georgia on My Mind
3:17
2 Body and Soul
3:29
3 Manoir de mes rêves
3:24
4 Swing 41
3:08
5 I'se A-Muggin'
3:08
6 Liebestraum No.3
3:22
7 In a Sentimental Mood
3:04
8 Dinah
2:29
9 Festival 48
2:40
10 How High the Moon
2:37
11 Crazy Rhythm
3:00
12 Charleston
2:53
13 Petit mesonges (Little White Lies)
3:18
14 Begin the Beguine
2:54
15 Fleur D'Ennui
2:35
16 Fiddle Blues
2:47
17 Bouncin' Around
2:47
18 Echoes of France (La Marseillaise)
3 2:49
19 Ain't Misbehavin'
2:56
20 Out of Nowhere
3:19
21 Shine
2:59
22 Are You in the Mood?
2:51

Credits

Medium 1

anthem of:
France (1795-07-14 –) (track 18)
clarinet:
Hubert Rostaing (track 14)
violin:
Stéphane Grappelli (track 16)
Eddie South (track 16)
Stéphane Grappelli (1937-04-21) (track 12)
Stéphane Grappelli (1937-04-22) (tracks 2, 19)
Stéphane Grappelli (1937-09-29) (track 8)
Eddie South (1937-09-29) (track 8)
Stéphane Grappelli (1946-01-31) (track 18)
membranophone:
Pierre Fouad (1940-10-01) (track 14)
guitar:
Django Reinhardt (track 16)
Marcel Bianchi (1937-04-21) (track 12)
Pierre "Baro" Ferret (1937-04-21) (track 12)
Marcel Bianchi (1937-04-22) (tracks 2, 19)
Pierre "Baro" Ferret (1937-04-22) (tracks 2, 19)
Louis Gasté (1937-09-09) (track 17)
Roger Chaput (1937-09-29) (track 8)
Joseph Reinhardt (1940-10-01) (track 14)
Allan Hodgkiss (1946-01-31) (track 18)
Jack Llewelyn (1946-01-31) (track 18)
Django Reinhardt (1946-01-31) (track 18)
double bass:
Paul Cordonnier (track 16)
Louis Vola (1937-04-21) (track 12)
Louis Vola (1937-04-22) (tracks 2, 19)
Eugène d’Hellemes (1937-09-09) (track 17)
Wilson Myers (1937-09-29) (track 8)
Francis Luca (1940-10-01) (track 14)
Coleridge Goode (1946-01-31) (track 18)
composer:
Harry Akst (track 8)
Gus Deloof (Belgian jazz trumpeter & band leader) (track 17)
Stéphane Grappelli (track 22)
Sam M. Lewis (US singer and lyricist) (track 8)
Django Reinhardt (track 22)
James P. Johnson (1923) (track 12)
Harry Brooks (jazz pianist & songwriter) (1929) (track 19)
Fats Waller (1929) (track 19)
Johnny Green (composer and conductor, often credited as John Green) (1930) (track 2)
Cole Porter (1935) (track 14)
lyricist:
Joe Young (US lyricist) (track 8)
Cecil Mack (1923) (track 12)
Andy Razaf (1929) (track 19)
Frank Eyton (1930) (track 2)
Edward Heyman (1930) (track 2)
Robert Sour (1930) (track 2)
Cole Porter (1935) (track 14)
orchestra:
Quintette du Hot Club de France (tracks 14, 17–18)
solo guitar:
Django Reinhardt (1937-04-21) (track 12)
Django Reinhardt (1937-04-22) (tracks 2, 19)
Django Reinhardt (1937-09-09) (track 17)
Django Reinhardt (1937-09-29) (track 8)
Django Reinhardt (1940-10-01) (track 14)
publisher:
BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd. (not for release label use! file releases under its imprint "BMG Chrysalis") (track 19)
Chappell Music Ltd. (track 14)
Druropetal Music (track 2)
EMI Music (do not use as release label! this is a music publisher) (track 19)
Morley Music Corp. (track 8)
Quartet Music Inc. (track 2)
Redwood Music (track 19)
Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin) (track 19)
Salabert (track 12)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 2)
arrangements:
1789 (track 18)
Ain’t Misbehavin’ (for big band, Wolpe) (track 19)
Hymne des Marseillais, H. 51A (for choirs and orchestra) (track 18)
Hymne des Marseillais, H. 51B (for voices and piano) (track 18)
La Marseillaise (for violin solo, Stravinsky) (track 18)
is the basis for:
Bang Bang (track 12)
Divine biguine (french) (track 14)
La Marseillaise (アドバンスド大戦略) (track 18)
later parody versions:
later translated parody versions:
later translated versions:
Beguine (track 14)
Cuerpo y Alma (track 2)
Hut und Haar (track 2)
ダイナ (“Dinah”) (track 8)
later versions:
Begin the Beguine (unknown language, not English) (track 14)
Dînette (track 8)
La Marseillaise (Pour tous les enfants de la terre…) (track 18)
part of:
Jubilee (track 14)
recording of:
Charleston (1937-04-21) (track 12)
Ain’t Misbehavin’ (1937-04-22) (track 19)
Body and Soul (1937-04-22) (track 2)
Bouncin' Around (1937-09-09) (track 17)
Dinah (1937-09-29) (track 8)
Fiddle’s Blues (1937-11-25) (track 16)
Begin the Beguine (1940-10-01) (track 14)
La Marseillaise (national anthem of France) (1946-01-31) (track 18)
referred to in medleys:
Ja-Da Medley (track 8)