Sydney Jazz Band - 1920s Dance Orchestra

1920s Sydney Jazz Orchestra. 11-piece with authentic 1920s jazz band singer and authentic 1920s Great Gatsby songs.

1920s Sydney Jazz Orchestra. 11-piece with authentic 1920s jazz band singer and authentic 1920s Great Gatsby songs.

Greg Poppleton captures the ‘20s vocal style to perfection
— Kevin Jones, formerly The Australian jazz critic

Live 1920s Music Samples

1920s Song List

Baby Face – Al Jolson (1926)
Birmingham Breakdown – Duke Ellington (1926)
Black Bottom Stomp – Jelly Roll Morton (1925)
Breakaway – Jack Hylton (1929)
Charleston – James P Johnson (1923)
Cotton Club Stomp – Duke Ellington (1929)
Crazy Words Crazy Tune – Irving Aaronson and his Commanders (1927)
Creole Love Call – Duke Ellington (1927)
Dardenella – Paul Whiteman (1919)
Dinah – Louis Armstrong (1925)
Egyptian Ella – Ted Weems (1931)
Falling In Love Again – Marlene Dietrich (1930)
If I Had A Talking Picture Of You – Gracie Fields (1929)
I’ll Be A Friend With Pleasure – Bix Beidebecke (1929)
I’m Coming Virginia – The Rhythm Boys (1927)
Just A Gigolo – Rudy Vallee (1928)
Kansas City Kitty – Coon-Sanders Nighthawks (1928)
Let’s Misbehave – Cole Porter (1927)
Me And Jane In A Plane – Harry Bidgood and his Broadcasters (1927)
My Canary Has Circles Under His Eyes – Marion Harris (1931)
My Gal Sal – Paul Dresser (1904)
Never Swat A Fly – Billy ‘Uke’ Cappenter (1927)
Old Man Blues – Duke Ellington (1930)
Our Don Bradman – Jack O’Hagan (1930)
Pasadena – Al Jolson (1923)
Persian Rug – Dorsey Brothers (1928)
Randwick Saturday Night
Rockin’ In Rhythm – Duke Ellington (1931)
St James Infirmary – Cab Calloway (1930)
Shanghai Shuffle – Fletcher Henderson (1924)
Sleepy Time Down South – Louis Armstrong (1931)
Stormy Weather – Ethel Waters (1933)
Sunshine Of Your Smile – Ernest Pike (1913)
The Chant – Red Nichols and his Five Pennies (1929)
The Original Dixieland One Step – Paul Whiteman Orchestra (1920)
Three Little Words – The Rhythm Boys (1930)
Varsity Drag – Abe Lyman (1927)
Yes Sir That’s My Baby – Lee Morse (1925)
You’re The Cream In My Coffee – Annette Hanshaw (1928)
And dozens more