I'm sick of waiting 'till I hit 10.
Jimmie Lunceford, Lunceford Special
AWESOME. Great for building up a collection of mid-tempo vocal tunes!
Jimmie Lunceford, For Dancers Only
Haven't listened to it completely. Doesn't look like it'd be as cool as Lunceford Special.
Lionel Hampton, Unknown title
Also awesome, with good vocalists. Not as well mastered as the above, but I plan to play it a lot. One of those albums that shows you Hamp's music is "more than just a lot of vibes." You could probably get the same tracks on History / Past Perfect / Jazz Roots, if you see it distributed under one of those names--they're all the same.
Fats Waller, 1935-1936
Awesome. Another one I can't find you tracks for online.
Gene Krupa, 1938-1941
Good. I already have it all, though. If you wanna buy it from me...
Harry James, Your Dance Parade/Your Dance Date
Haven't heard much yet, but I'll be playing the first song at my next gig, I think.
Teddy Wilson, Jumpin' for Joy
I haven't listened to much. Bought it so I'd have a swinging version of "In the Mood" to play if someone ever requested it, and because I'd heard it was a great album.
Various Artists, Harlem Swings
(Our World Entertainment).
Pleasant surprise--I'd forgotten it had two discs by the time it came in the mail. Tonya, Giselle, Brenda, or Kyle played "Playboy" from it at the Binge, and the rest of the album looked good. Haven't listened yet.