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United States United States. DJ since Dec 1, 2010
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dj_paulidin Ella Fitzgerald took over the former Chick Webb Orchestra to do "Lindy Hopper's Delight" in 1939 at about 187 bpm. There's a 196 bpm recording, too.
dj_paulidin Willie Bryant and his Orchestra play "A Viper's Moan" from 1935 at about 152 bpm. A good one, even if you's not a viper!
dj_paulidin Louis Armstrong & Velma Middleton sing "Big Butter and Egg Man" in a 1951 recording at about 136bpm. More modern but still one of my staples.
dj_paulidin "Honeysuckle Rose" by Django Reinhardt with Coleman Hawkins and his all-star Jam Band from 1939 at about 172 bpm is a fun and mellow hot jazz number.


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dj_paulidin Ella Fitzgerald sings with The Chick Webb Orchestra on "Dipsy Doodle" from 1937 at about 184 bpm. AKA "The Tranky Doo" song.
dj_paulidin "Till Tom Special" by Charlie Christian and Benny Goodman's Orchestra from 1940 swings mellow and fun at 176 bpm.
dj_paulidin Lucky Millinder's "Savoy" from 1943 at 192 bpm is one of the most popular Lindy Hop songs I play in any setting.


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dj_paulidin Bunny Berigan's "Walkin' The Dog" at about 176 bpm has those layers of syncopation that I identify with fun, danceable, dixieland jazz.
dj_paulidin From the 1940's comes Lionel Hampton's "Lavender Coffin" in a jump-blues flavor with a bit of gospel at 135 bpm.

Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra - Lavender Coffin

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dj_paulidin Often collected on Eddie Condon compilations, this "Sugar" from 1927 runs about 151 bpm and is a fun hot jazz number.
dj_paulidin Tommy Dorsey's "The Hucklebuck" from 1949 at about 132 bpm. Easy for beginner Lindy Hoppers, fun for all.

Tommy Dorsey : The Huckle-Buck ( 1949 )

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dj_paulidin Bunny Berigan's "Heigh-Ho" (The Dwarfs' Marching Song) from 1937 at about 184 bpm was also popular last night. No, really.
dj_paulidin Wingy Manone's "Sing Me A Swing Song" from 1936 at about 200 bpm was the song I used to close out my set last night.

SING ME A SWING SONG by Wingy Manone 1936

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dj_paulidin From 1947, about 188 bpm, mellow. Decent for easy balboa, I think. (reblip)

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