"Swing the Mood" is a song by Jive Bunny and the Mastermixers from their debut album The Album.

The concert will then cover Stan Kenton (Peanut Vendor), Count Basie (Splanky), Quincy Jones (Soul Bossa Nova), Frank Sinatra (I’ve Got You Under My Skin), Buddy Rich (Birdland), Bert Kaempfert (A Swingin’ Safari) and even feature a nod to Robbie Williams (Have You Met Miss Jones? Swings Both Ways, Williams' original big band album from 2001, remains one of his most popular and sold more than two million copies in the UK alone.

The concert is set to end on a swinging note, with a remarkable grand finale arranged by Mark Armstrong (musical director of the National Youth Jazz Orchestra) of Tiger Rag, taking in every style from the past 100 years of jazz.

The record became a worldwide phenomenon, reaching #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States.

It was the 2nd best-selling single of 1989 in the UK, outsold only by "Ride On Time" by Black Box (coincidentally also the single which knocked "Swing The Mood" off the number one spot in the UK Singles Chart).

The song serves as the anthem of the England national rugby union team.

In 2002, the Library of Congress honored the song as one of 50 recordings chosen that year to be added to the National Recording Registry.

The 369th was also known as the Harlem Hellfighters.

PHOTO: Underwood Archives/Getty Images The Twenties will be represented by the music of Paul Whiteman, and the memorable Swing Era of the Thirties and Forties will be showcased with the music of Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw and Glenn Miller.

Now, if we consider that your disc is a 28 cm (and not a 35cm which appeared in 1911), I try to find your reference in the 'catalogues'. I cannot conclude if the conductor is Bosc or Gille. This is the year where several foreign dances were introduced in the French catalogue to renew our old fashioned waltzes and polkas.