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Michel CaillatWeeklyTuesdays2PM - 3PM

Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.

Michel Caillat going deeper into his afro-american & caribbean dance music history through it’s phonographic recordings.

FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Queer Notions
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Rude Interlude
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Dallas Doings
COLEMAN HAWKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Jamaica Shout
HORACE HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Happy Feet
EARL HINES AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Harlem Lament
EARL HINES AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Bubbling Over
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA — Zah Zuh Zah
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA — Harlem Camp Meeting
FIVE SPIRITS OF RHYTHM — Rhythm
BESSIE SMITH — Gimme A Pigfoot
BENNY GOODMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Your Mother’s Son-In-Law
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Daybreak Express
BENNY GOODMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Rifin’ The Scotch
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA — Minnie The Moocher


Michel Caillat’s sixty-second show diving into afro-american & caribbean dance musics from Mai to August 1933.

DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA — Bundle Of Blues
LIONEL BELASCO AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Miranda
SPIKE HUGHES AND HIS NEGRO ORCHESTRA — Sweet Sue, Just You
SPIKE HUGHES AND HIS NEGRO ORCHESTRA — Donegal Craddle Song
SPIKE HUGHES AND HIS NEGRO ORCHESTRA — Firebird
SPIKE HUGHES AND HIS NEGRO ORCHESTRA — How Come You Do Me Like You Do
ANTONIO MACHÍN AND HIS ORCHESTRA — En Falso
ANTONIO MACHÍN AND HIS ORCHESTRA — No Sangres Corazón
SEPTETO NACIONAL — Bardo
SEPTETO NACIONAL — Me Arrepiento
SEPTETO NACIONAL — De Pelota No
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA — Jive Stomp
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA — Harlem Speaks
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Yeah Man
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Can You Take It


Michel Caillat going deeper into his afro-american & caribbean dance music history, from December 1932 to April 1933.

WASHBOARD RHYTHM KINGS — Something’s Gotta Be Done
WASHBOARD RHYTHM KINGS — Blue Drag
THE MILLS BROTHERS WITH DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA — Diga Diga Doo
ANTOBAL’S CUBANS — Mulata Likes The Rumba
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Mahoganny Hall Stomp
EARL HINES AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Cavernism
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA — Merry-Go-Round
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA — Slippery Horn
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA — Drop Me Off In Harlem
ANTONIO MACHÍN W/ VICTOR ANTILLANA ORCHESTRA — Menéalo Que Se Empelota
SPIKE HUGHES AND HIS NEGRO ORCHESTRA — Nocturne
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Dusky Stevedore
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA — St. Louis Blues


Michel Caillat aka DJ Mitch weekly review of afro-american and caribbean dance musics into October, November & December 1932.

WASHBOARD RHYTHM KINGS — Sentimental Gentleman From Georgia
DON AZPIAZU ET SON ORCHESTRE DE DANSE — La Mulata Rumbera
DON AZPIAZU ET SON ORCHESTRE DE DANSE — Lamento Borinqueno
DON AZPIAZU ET SON ORCHESTRE DE DANSE — Caminando
DON AZPIAZU ET SON ORCHESTRE DE DANSE — La Guajira
ORCHESTRE TYPIQUE CASTELLANOS DE LA CABANE CUBAINE — Cumbamba
ORCHESTRE TYPIQUE CASTELLANOS DE LA CABANE CUBAINE — Buscando Millionarias
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA — The Man From Harlem
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA — Hobo, You Can’t Ride This Train
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA — I Hate To Leave You Now
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA — New King Porter Stomp
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA — Toby
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA — Moten Swing
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA — The Blue Room
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA — Imagination
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA — Lafayette


Michel Caillat going futher into his history of Afro-american and caribbean dance musics, through from August to October 1932.

EARL HINES AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Blue Drag
EARL HINES AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Sensational Mood
PICANINNY JUG BAND – You Got To Have That Thing
PICANINNY JUG BAND – Bottle It Up And Go
THE NEW ORLEANS FEETWARMERS – I’ve Found A New Baby
THE NEW ORLEANS FEETWARMERS – Maple Leaf Rag
THE NEW ORLEANS FEETWARMERS – Shag
CUARTETO MACHÍN – Buey Viejo
CUARTETO MACHÍN – Lamento Cubano
CUARTETO MACHÍN – Junto A Un Cañaveral
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA – Jazz Cocktail
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA – Lightnin’
ORQUESTA VICENTE SIGLER – Botón De Rosa
ENRIQUE BRYÓN Y SU ORQUESTA – El Caramelero


Michel Caillat going futher into his history of Afro-american and caribbean dance musics, through March, April, May & July 1932.

WASHBOARD RHYTHM KINGS – Pepper Steak
WILMOTH HOUDINI – Tiger Tom Kill Tiger Cat
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Take Me Away From The River
CONNIE INN’S ORCHESTRA [FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCH.] – Blue Moments
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Lawd, You Made The Night Too Long
JIMMY JORDAN [LONNIE JOHNSON] – Winnie The Wailer
BIG BILL [BROONZY] – Long Tall Mama
LIONEL BELASCO AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Depression
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Reefer Man
ELISEO GRENET Y SU ORQUESTA TÍPICA – Lamento Cubano
JOSÉ RIESTRA – Lamento Esclavo
WASHBOARD RHYTHM KINGS – Tiger Rag
WASHBOARD RHYTHM KINGS – Hummin’ To Myself


Michel Caillat’s weekly update from of his anthology of afro-american and caribbean dance musics, diving here from October 1931 to February 1932.

CUARTETO MACHÍN – Oprobio
DON REDMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA – I Heard
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Business In F
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Kickin’ The Gong Around
CUARTETO MACHÍN – El Morón
CUARTETO MACHÍN – El Huerfanito
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Lazy River
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Chinatown, My Chinatown
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA – All Of Me
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA – It Don’t Mean A Thing
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA – Baby, When You Ain’t There
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA – Dinah
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA – Bugle Call Rag
DON REDMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA – How’m I Doin’? (Hey-Hey)


Michel Caillat through the best hits of early jazz and afro-cuban musics, from July to October 1931.

CASTRO HAVANA YACHT CLUB ORCHESTRA – Marta
CASTRO HAVANA YACHT CLUB ORCHESTRA – St. Louis Blues
SAVANNAH SYNCOPATORS [FLETCHER HENDERSON] – Low Down In The Bayou
SAVANNAH SYNCOPATORS [FLETCHER HENDERSON] – Radio Rhythm
SAVANNAH SYNCOPATORS [FLETCHER HENDERSON] – You Rascal You
MILLS BLUE RHYTHM BAND – Savage Rhythm
WILMOTH HOUDINI WITH GERALD CLARK’S NIGHT OWLS – Black But Sweet
WILMOTH HOUDINI WITH GERALD CLARK’S NIGHT OWLS – I Need A Man
DON AZPIAZU AND HIS HAVANA CASINO ORCHESTRA – Marianna
WASHBOARD RHYTHM KINGS – Shoot ‘Em
DON REDMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Shakin’ The African
DON REDMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Chant Of The Weed
DON REDMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Tiger Rag


Michel Caillat’s weekly review of afro-american and caribbean dance musics, here through recordings from April and June 1931.

FIVE RHYTHM KINGS – Minnie The Moocher
DON AZPIAZU AND HIS HAVANA CASINO ORCHESTRA – The Voodoo [Caserita]
HUNTER’S SERENADERS – Sensational Mood
BLUE RHYTHM BOYS – Blue Rhythm
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA – You Rascal You
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Them There Eyes
CONNIE’S INN ORCHESTRA [FLETCHER HENDERSON] – Sugar Foot Stomp
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA – The Levee Low Down
EUBIE BLAKE AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Thumpin’ And Bumpin’
BO CARTER – Twist It, Baby
DON AZPIAZU AND HIS HAVANA CASINO ORCHESTRA – Wanna Lot O’ Love [La Ruñidera]
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA – Limehouse Blues
FRANKIE TRUMBAUER AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Crazy Quilt
MILLS BLUE RHYTHM BAND – Heebie Jeebies


Michel Caillat’s journey into February and March 1931.

SEXTETO NACIONAL – Son Que Quita Las Penas
SEXTETO NACIONAL – Entre Preciosos Palmares
SEXTETO NACIONAL – Que Bonito Es
SEXTETO NACIONAL – A Cogerlo
SEXTETO HABANERO – No Trago
SEXTETO HABANERO – Chelín
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Minnie The Moocher
ELISEO GRENET AND HIS CUBAN ORCHESTRA – Tata Cuñengue
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS SEBASTIAN NEW COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA – Just A Gigolo
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS SEBASTIAN NEW COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA – Shine
KANSAS JOE AND MEMPHIS MINNIE-Let’s Go To Town
CHOCOLATE DANDIES – Levee Low Down
CHICK WEBB AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Heebie Jeebies


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat through December 1930 and February 1931.

ELDER CURRY – Memphis Flu
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA – St. James Infirmary
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS SEBASTIAN COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA – Sweethearts On Parade
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS SEBASTIAN COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA – You’re Drivin’ Me Crazy
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS SEBASTIAN COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA – The Peanut Vendor
THE JUNGLE BAND [DUKE ELLINGTON] – Rockin’ In Rhythm
LEROY CARR – Low Down Dog Blues
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA – My Gal Sal
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA – My Pretty Girl
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Sweet And Hot
WILMOTH HOUDINI WITH GERALD CLARK’S NIGHT OWLS – No Mo’ Bench And Board
WILMOTH HOUDINI WITH GERALD CLARK’S NIGHT OWLS – Sweet Papa Willie
WILMOTH HOUDINI WITH GERALD CLARK’S NIGHT OWLS – The Cooks In Trinidad
CUARTETO MATAMOROS – Buche Y Pluma, No Ma


Michel Caillat’s weekly exploration of afro-american and caribbean dance musics, here through October and December 1930.

BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA – The Count
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA – Professeur Hot Stuff
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA – When I’m Alone
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA – New Moten Stomp
BENNY MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA – Somebody Stole My Gal
McKINNEY’S COTTON PICKERS – Talk To Me
McKINNEY’S COTTON PICKERS – Rocky Road
McKINNEY’S COTTON PICKERS – I Want Your Love
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA – The Viper’s Drag
MEMPHIS SHEIKS [MEMPHIS JUG BAND] – He’s In The Jailhouse Now
CLARENCE AND HIS ORCHESTRA – Shout, Sister, Shout
MEMPHIS JUG BAND – You May Leave But This Will Bring You Back
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA – What Good Am I Without You?
GEORGIA COTTON PICKERS – She’s Coming Back Some Cold Rainy Days


Historian professor and DJ Michel Caillat’s fiftieth exploration of afro-american & caribbean dance musics, through July and August 1930, with recordings of Don Azpiazu’s Havana Casino Orchestra, Cuarteto Machin, Louis Amstrong, Cab Calloway, Lloyd Smith, Lionel Belasco…


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


Historian and jazz passionate Michel Caillat unveils its researches on the formation of the jazz genre. From the very first recordings to its modern forms, his show focusses on american and caribbean musical, entertwined expressions.


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