Atlantic Records Discography: 1948

1948

M. Baler

M. Baler
NYC, January 27, 1948
115Guden Cemalin Cun Irag OlduAtlantic unissued
116Iki Karpuz Bir Koltuga Sigarmi-
117Iltimas Etmeye Yare, Variniz Yalvariniz-
118Taksim-

Simone Paller

Simone Paller
NYC, January 27, 1948
119unknown titleAtlantic unissued

Garbis Bakirgian

Garbis Bakirgian (kanun solo)
NYC, January 27, 1948
120Kanun TaksimAtlantic unissued

M. Baler

M. Baler
NYC?, circa January 27, 1948???
121Kiz Pinar Basinda Yatmis UyumusAtlantic unissued
122Kurdili Hicazkar (p solo)-
123Hicazkar (p solo)-
124Evkrimin Onumersin Mevlam Seni Bana Versin-

Rex Stewart And His Orchestra

Rex Stewart (cornet, vocals) Vernon Story (tenor sax) Don Gais (piano, celeste) Jean-Jacques Tilche (guitar) Lucien Simoens (bass) Ted Curry (drums) Louie Williams (vocals)
Studio Technisonor, Paris, France, January, 1948
ST5519-1StardustBlue Star (F) 78
ST5520-1 | 159Vernon's StoryBlue Star (F) 78; Atlantic unissued
ST5521-1Never Let It Be SaidBlue Star (F) 79
ST5522-1Swamp MistBlue Star (F) 87
ST5523-1Goofin' OffBlue Star (F) 86
ST5524-1All On Account Of YouBlue Star (F) 79
ST5525-1 | 129Snag Nasty (as The Creeper, Part 2)Blue Star (F) 86; Atlantic unissued
ST5526-1 | 128Last Blues (as The Creeper, Part 1)Blue Star (F) 87; Plaza 5502
* Blue Star (F) 78   Rex Stewart - Stardust / Vernon's Story
* Blue Star (F) 79   Rex Stewart - All On Account Of You / Never Let It Be Said
* Blue Star (F) 87   Rex Stewart - Swamp Mist / Last Blues
* Blue Star (F) 86   Rex Stewart - Goof'in Off / Sacknasty
* Plaza 5502   Rex Stewart - Cherokee / Last Blues

Howard McGhee Boptet

Howard McGhee (trumpet) Jimmy Heath (alto sax) Jesse Powell (tenor sax) Vernon Biddle (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Charles "Specs" Wright (drums)
Studio Technisonor, Paris, France, May 18, 1948
ST2304 | 277DeniseBlue Star (F) 91; Esquire (E) 10-013; Atlantic ALR 129
ST2305 | 278NicoleBlue Star (F) 118; Esquire (E) 10-020; Atlantic ALR 129
ST2306-1 | 279EtoileBlue Star (F) 90; Esquire (E) 10-012; Atlantic ALR 129
ST2307 | 280PunkinsBlue Star (F) 90; Esquire (E) 10-013; Atlantic ALR 129
ST2308 | 281Donna LeeBlue Star (F) 112; Esquire (E) 10-020; Atlantic ALR 129
ST2309-3 | 282Big WillBlue Star (F) 91; Esquire (E) 10-012; Atlantic ALR 129
ST2314-2Prelude To NicoleBlue Star (F) 112
* Atlantic ALR 129   Howard McGhee - Be-Bop
* Blue Star (F) 91   Howard McGhee - Denise / Big Will
* Esquire (E) 10-013   Howard McGhee - Denise / Punkins
* Blue Star (F) 118   Howard McGhee - Nicole / ???
* Esquire (E) 10-020   Howard McGhee - Nicole / Donna Lee
* Blue Star (F) 90   Howard McGhee - Etoile / Punkins
* Esquire (E) 10-012   Howard McGhee - Etoile / Big Will
* Blue Star (F) 112   Howard McGhee - Donna Lee / Prelude To Nicole

Billy Williams And His Jump Band

Billy Williams
NYC, August 1, 1948
125Shout 'N' RockAtlantic 862
126The Blues That Jack Built-
127Moppin' With Billyunissued
* Atlantic 862   Billy Williams - Shout 'N' Rock / The Blues That Jack Built

Tiny Grimes Quintet

Red Prysock (tenor sax, vocals) Jimmy Saunders (piano) Tiny Grimes (guitar) Ike Isaacs (bass) Jerry Potter (drums)
NYC, August 1, 1948
130Annie LaurieAtlantic 865
131Hot In HarlemAtlantic 869
132Flying HighAtlantic 920
133Dark Eyes (Otchitchornyia)unissued
134Nightmare BluesAtlantic 869
135AJumpin' At Gleason's, Part 1unissued
135BJumpin' At Gleason's, Part 2-
136Midnight SpecialAtlantic 865, LP 8013
137Tiny's Themeunissued
138See See RiderAtlantic 894
139Lady Be Goodunissued
* Atlantic LP 8013   Various Artists - Dance The Rock And Roll
* Atlantic 865   Tiny Grimes - Annie Laurie / Midnight Special
* Atlantic 869   Tiny Grimes - Hot In Harlem / Nightmare Blues
* Atlantic 920   Tiny Grimes - Flying High / Jumpin' At Gleason's
* Atlantic 894   Tiny Grimes - See See Rider / Rock The House

Joe Morris And His Orchestra

Joe Morris (trumpet) Matthew Gee (trombone) Johnny Griffin (tenor sax) Bill McLemore (baritone sax) Elmo Hope (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Apex Studios, NYC, September 19, 1948
140In The Gloamin'unissued
141Wow! (as Ghee)Atlantic 870, LP 8013, (J) P-6191A, 7 81666-1-F; Saxophonograph (Swd) BP 504; Classics (F) 5057
142The ApplejackAtlantic 866, 7 81293-1-F; Classics (F) 5057
143Untitledunissued
144Baloreeny Eyes-
145Bass-It-
* Atlantic LP 8013   Various Artists - Dance The Rock And Roll
* Atlantic (J) P-6191A   Various Artists - Rockin' And Jumpin'
* Atlantic 7 81666-1-F   Various Artists - Atlantic Honkers: Rhythm And Blues Sax Anthology
* Saxophonograph (Swd) BP 504   Johnny Griffin With Joe Morris Orchestra - Fly, Mister, Fly
* Atlantic 7 81293-1-F   Various Artists - Atlantic Rhythm And Blues, Vol. 1: 1947-74
* Classics (F) 5057   The Chronological Joe Morris 1946-1949
* Atlantic 870   Joe Morris - Ghee / Weasel Walk
* Atlantic 866   Joe Morris - Easy Riff / The Applejack

Manhattan Paul With The Three Riffs And Orchestra

Manhattan Paul (vocals) The Three Riffs: Eddie Parton, Joe Seneca as Joel McGhee and Bunny Walker (R&B vocal group) George Barclay Orchestra: unidentified trumpet, tenor sax, piano, bass, drums
NYC, October 21, 1948
146I Wish I Didn't Love You So MuchAtlantic 868
147My Last Goodbyeunissued
148Hard Ridin' MamaAtlantic 868
149Go Longunissued
150I'm So Good To You-
150AI Ain't Mad (instrumental)-
* Atlantic 868   Manhattan Paul - I Wish I Didn't Love You So Much / Hard Ridin' Mama

Earl Coleman With Linton Garner's Orchestra

Allen Eager (tenor sax) Linton Garner (piano) Kenny Clarke (drums) Earl Coleman (vocals) and others
NYC, October 25, 1948
155You're The One For Meunissued
156I Won't Tell A Soul-
157Don't Bring Your Troubles To MeAtlantic 872
158I Hadn't Anyone 'Til You-
161I Don't Need You Nowunissued
162I Give You My Word-
* Atlantic 872   Earl Coleman - Don't Bring Your Troubles To Me / I Hadn't Anyone 'Til You

Ralph Williams Trio

Ralph Williams, and others
NYC, November 23, 1948
151Dust Be My DestinyPlaza 5505
152Baby I Belong To You-
* Plaza 5505   Ralph Williams - Dust Be My Destiny / Baby I Belong To You

Joe Medlin With The Three Riffs And Orchestra

probably Irving Woods, Charlie Wright (trumpet) Tab Smith (alto sax) Teddy Brannon (piano) Jimmy Styles (bass) Walter Johnson (drums) Joe Medlin (vocals) The Three Riffs: Eddie Parton, Joe Seneca as Joel McGhee and Bunny Walker (R&B vocal group)
NYC, November 23, 1948
153BewilderedAtlantic 867
154I'm Glad For Your Sake-
* Atlantic 867   Joe Medlin - Bewildered / I'm Glad For Your Sake

Lucille Little

Joe Morris (trumpet) Matthew Gee (trombone) Johnny Griffin (tenor sax) Bill McLemore (baritone sax) Elmo Hope (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums) Lucille Little (vocals)
Apex Studios, NYC, December 22, 1948
163I Only Have Eyes For YouAtlantic unissued
164Four Brothers-
165You're Mine, You-

Joe Morris And His Orchestra

Joe Morris (trumpet) Matthew Gee (trombone) Johnny Griffin (tenor sax) Bill McLemore (baritone sax) Elmo Hope (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Apex Studios, NYC, December 22, 1948
166Weasel WalkAtlantic 870, LP 8013, (J) P-6191A, 7 81666-1-F; Saxophonograph (Swd) BP 504; Classics (F) 5057
167Boogie-Woogie MarchAtlantic 885; Saxophonograph (Swd) BP 504; Classics (F) 5057
168Chuck-A-Boogie-
169Jax BoogieAtlantic 892; Classics (F) 5057
170B Flat Bluesunissued
* Atlantic LP 8013   Various Artists - Dance The Rock And Roll
* Atlantic (J) P-6191A   Various Artists - Rockin' And Jumpin'
* Atlantic 7 81666-1-F   Various Artists - Atlantic Honkers: Rhythm And Blues Sax Anthology
* Saxophonograph (Swd) BP 504   Johnny Griffin With Joe Morris Orchestra - Fly, Mister, Fly
* Classics (F) 5057   The Chronological Joe Morris 1946-1949
* Atlantic 870   Joe Morris - Ghee / Weasel Walk
* Atlantic 885   Joe Morris - Boogie-Woogie March / Chuck-A-Boogie
* Atlantic 892   Joe Morris - Jax Boogie / Rhumbop

James Moody / Don Byas

Don Byas, James Moody (tenor sax) and others
Paris, France, circa 1948 or 1949
283Blues, No. 1Blue Star (F) unknown; Atlantic unissued
284Blues, No. 2-