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United States United States. DJ since Dec 1, 2010
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dj_paulidin #DCLX prep: Django Reinhardt & his Hot Club of France w/Stephane Grapelli + Freddy Taylor on vocals do "Shine" from 1936 at about 268 bpm.

ShineDjango Reinhardt

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dj_paulidin DCLX #musicmonday: Coleman Hawkins All-Star Jam Band in 1937 recorded this hot "Crazy Rhythm" at about 261 bpm. One of my favs for years!
dj_paulidin From "Jumpin' At The Savoy, Jazz Archives No. 152", here's a 1942 recording of Lucky Millinder's "Mason Flyer" at about 230 bpm. Swings pretty hard!
dj_paulidin Django Reinhardt's 1934 recording of "From You" has some nice woodwinds to mellow out the heat at around 208 bpm. Fun for various styles.

Django Reinhardt CC 1934-35- 6. From you

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dj_paulidin Jack Teagarden joins Benny Goodman And His Orchestra for this fun recording of "Tappin' The Barrel" from around 1934 at about 203 bpm. Hot Swing!
dj_paulidin Some of the cleanest vocals for "It's Tight Like That" came from McKinney's Cotton Pickers around 1928 at about 200 bpm. A fun hot jazz number!
dj_paulidin In a rare recording, The Spirits of Rhythm do "I Got Rhythm" from about 1933 at 280 bpm. Django-esque jazz guitar is so fine!

I Got Rhythm

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dj_paulidin For those faster dances, I like this version of Diga Diga Doo by the Mills Brothers from around 1932 at about 248bpm.
dj_paulidin Another of my signature songs, here's Fats Waller in a live session from about '37-'38 doing Yacht Club Swing at around 172bpm.
dj_paulidin Duke Ellington's Small Group did "Squaty Roo" around 1939 at about 200 bpm. It kicks some ass.
dj_paulidin It sounds modern, but the 1922 version of Acapulco by Kenny Ball & His Jazzmen has that old dixieland feel at about 172 bpm.
dj_paulidin From about 1937 comes Fats Waller's recording of "The Meanest Thing You Ever Did Was Kiss Me", a fun hot jazz number at 180 bpm.
dj_paulidin Around 1928, Benny Goodman released this "It's Tight Like That" at about 200 bpm. Hot jazz with some dixieland flavor, good for Charleston.
dj_paulidin This version of "Between The Devil & The Deep Blue Sea" by Django Reinhardt & His American Friends from 1938 at about 186 bpm starts with great horns!
dj_paulidin Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra's 1939 recording of "Johnny Get Your Horn" is an easily danceable 176 bpm.
dj_paulidin Hot Club of Cowtown's 2003 Western Swing recording of "I Can't Believe You're In Love With Me" doesn't disappoint hot jazz fans at about 134 bpm.
dj_paulidin This fun but laidback version of "Ain't Misbehavin" by Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grapelli from about 1936 plays at 177 bpm.
dj_paulidin Jennie Löbel & Swing Kings from Sweden released their "Now They Call It Swing" on their eponymous album in 1998. At 176 bpm, it's fun for all levels.
dj_paulidin Probably first heard this on the Swing Kids soundtrack: Jimmie Lunceford's "'Taint What You Do" from 1939 at about 160 bpm. It's still good!
dj_paulidin Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grapelli head up "I'se a Muggin'" in a small group recording from 1937 at about 172 bpm. Mellow, a fun dance tune.

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