Mercury Records Catalog: 25000 series

Mercury 25000 series (10 inch LP)

MG 25001   Paul Baron - The Student Prince

no details

MG 25002   Various Artists - 9 Song Hits From Kiss Me Kate - South Pacific

possibly Cootie Williams (trumpet, leader) Dinah Washington (vocals) unidentified orchestra
NYC?, fall 1948
2083Why Can't You Behave

MG 25003   Jan August - Piano Rhythm

no details

MG 25004   Tony Martin - See You In My Dreams

no details

MG 25005   not used?

MG 25006   Benay Venuta - Sings All Time - Old Time Favorites

no details

MG 25007   Frankie Laine - Favorites

Mannie Klein (trumpet) Si Zentner (trombone) Don Bonnee (clarinet) Babe Russin (tenor sax) Carl Fischer (piano) George Van Eps (guitar) and others
Universal Studios, Los Angeles, CA, August 27, 1946
479By The River Sainte Marie
481That's My Desire
Babe Russin (tenor sax -1) Carl Fischer (piano) Perry Botkin (guitar) Artie Bernstein (bass) Lou Singer (drums, vibes) and others
Universal Studios, Los Angeles, CA, October 18, 1946
1. 602-2On The Sunny Side Of The Street
2. 605-2Black And Blue
Frankie Laine (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Carl Fischer (conductor)
Los Angeles, CA?, November 8, 1947
1131Shine
1132We'll Be Together Again
same personnel
1947
1280But Beautiful
Ziggy Elman, Zeke Zarchy (trumpet) Claude Lakey, Babe Russin, Willie Schwartz (sax) Carl Fischer (piano) Phil Stevens (bass) Lou Singer (drums) Frankie Laine (vocals)
Los Angeles, CA, April 23, 1949
2740Georgia On My Mind

MG 25008   Alec Wilder Octets

no details

MG 25009   Machito - Latin-American Rhythms

Frank Davila, Bobby Woodlen (trumpet) Mario Bauza (trumpet, oboe) Gene Johnson, Fred Skerritt (alto sax) Jose Madera (tenor sax) Leslie Johnakins (baritone sax) Rene Hernandez (piano) Roberto Rodriguez (bass) Luis Miranda (congas) Jose Mangual (bongos) Ubaldo Nieto (timbales) Graciela Perez (vocals) Machito (leader, maracas, claves, vocals)
NYC, 1948-1949
2463Jungle Drums
2464Asia Minor
2465Un Poquito De Tu Amor
2466Liorra Timbero (as Llora Timbero)
2793El Sopon
2794-1Gone City
2795Desert Dance (aka Cleopatra Rumba)
2796-1U-Bla-Ba-Du

MG 25010   Frances Langford - Rainbow Rhapsody

no details

MG 25011   Eddy Howard - Selected Song Favorites

no details

MG 25012   Albert Ammons - Boogie Woogie Piano

Albert Ammons (piano) Ike Perkins (guitar) Israel Crosby (bass) Jack Cooley (drums)
Chicago, IL, April 8, 1946
331-1Boogie Woogie At The Civic Opera
same personnel
Chicago, IL, July 2, 1946
430-3Swanee River Boogie
same personnel
WGN Studios, Chicago, IL, November 12, 1946
625-4Twelfth St. Boogie
Marvin Randolph (trumpet -1,2) Gene Ammons (tenor sax) Albert Ammons (piano) Ike Perkins (guitar) Israel Crosby (bass) Al Burroughs (drums)
Chicago, IL, August 6, 1947
1. 929-2St. Louis Blues
2. 930-1Shufflin' The Boogie
3. 931-1S.P. Blues
Albert Ammons (piano) Ike Perkins (guitar) Israel Crosby (bass) unknown (drums)
Chicago, IL, late 1947
1170-2The Sheik Of Araby
1171-2You Are My Sunshine

MG 25013   Edmond O'Brien - My Beloved

Shorty Rogers (trumpet) Vernon Brown (trombone) Aaron Sachs (clarinet) Don Byas (tenor sax) Bill Rowland (piano) Billy Taylor (bass) Cozy Cole (drums)
NYC, February 2, 1945
HL81-3They Didn't Believe Me

MG 25014   Josh White - Strange Fruit

Josh White (vocals, guitar)
NYC, 1941
QB1688Bad Housing Blues
QB1689Hard Time Blues
QB1691Southern Exposure
QB1692Jim Crow Train (aka Jim Crow Blues)
same personnel
NYC, 1941-1942
KJW9Evil Hearted Man
KJW10John Henry
KJW11House Of The Rising Sun
KJW12Strange Fruit
** also issued on EmArcy MG 26010.

MG 25015   Count Basie And His Kansas City Seven

Lester Young (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Slam Stewart (bass) Sid Catlett (drums)
NYC, December 28, 1943
HL1-2Just You, Just Me
HL2-2I Never Knew
HL3-2Afternoon Of A Basie-Ite
HL4-2Sometimes I'm Happy
Buck Clayton (trumpet -1,3) Dicky Wells (trombone -1,3) Lester Young (tenor sax) Count Basie (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) Rodney Richardson (bass) Jo Jones (drums)
NYC, March 22, 1944
1. HL21-2After Theatre Jump
2. HL23-1Lester Leaps Again (aka Lester Leaps In)
3. HL24-2Destination K.C.

MG 25016   Irving Fazola And His Dixielanders

Tony Dalmado (trumpet) Julian Lane (trombone) Irving Fazola (clarinet) Steve Giarratano (tenor sax) Pete Laudeman (piano) Bunny Franks (bass) Charlie Duke (drums)
New Orleans, LA, October 19, 1945
HL1001Someday Sweetheart
HL1002The Isle Of Capri
HL1003When Your Lover Has Gone
HL1004With You Anywhere You Are
same personnel
New Orleans, LA, October 24, 1945
HL1005Sweet Lorraine
HL1006Mostly Faz
HL1007Clarinet Marmalade
HL1008Jazz Me Blues

MG 25017   Jack Fina - Piano Dance Classics

no details

MG 25018   Earl Hines And His All Stars

Joe Thomas (trumpet) Trummy Young (trombone) Coleman Hawkins (tenor sax) Earl Hines (piano) Teddy Waters (guitar) Billy Taylor (bass) Cozy Cole (drums)
NYC, February 22, 1944
HLK17-1Blue Moon
HLK18-6Father Co-Operates
HLK20-2Thru' For The Night (aka Through For The Night)
Charlie Shavers (trumpet) Tab Smith (alto sax) Earl Hines (piano) Al Lucas (bass) Jo Jones (drums)
NYC, April 22, 1944
HL25-2Mountain Air
HL27-2Stardust
HL28-3Rosetta

MG 25019   More Jan August Favorites

no details

MG 25020   Rhumba With Machito

Mario Bauza, Frank Davilla, Bobby Woodlen (trumpet) Gene Johnson, Freddie Skerritt (alto sax) Jose Madera (tenor sax) Leslie Johnakins (baritone sax) Rene Hernandez (piano) Roberto Rodriguez (bass) Luis Miranda (congas) Jose Mangual (bongos) Ubaldo Nieto (timbales) Machito (maracas, arranger, director)
NYC, December, 1949
3045At Sundown
3046Donkey Serenade
3047Why Do I Love You
3048Hall Of The Mambo King
3049The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
3050St. Louis Blues
3051Tea For Two
3052Rose Room

MG 25021   not used?

MG 25022   Hank Jones' Piano

Hank Jones (piano)
probably NYC, September-October, 1947
601 | 236 | 1965-1The Night We Called It A Day
602 | 237 | 1964-1Yesterdays
603 | 238 | 1966-1You're Blase
604 | 239 | 1963-1Tea For Two
605 | 240 | 1967-1Blues For Lady Day
606 | 241 | 1968-1Blue Room
** also issued on Mercury MG 35014, MGC 100; Clef MGC 100.

MG 25023   The Flip Phillips Quartet

Flip Phillips (tenor sax) Hank Jones (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Buddy Rich (drums)
NYC, March, 1950
360-5Lover
361-1Don't Take Your Love From Me
362-2Flip's Boogie
363-1Feelin' The Blues
364-1Lover Come Back To Me
365-3Blue Room
** also issued on Mercury MGC 105, MGC 105x45; Clef MGC 105; Universal (J) UCCV-9038.

MG 25024   Oscar Peterson - Piano Solos (not released?)

Oscar Peterson (piano) Ray Brown (bass)
NYC, March, 1950
375-1They Didn't Believe Me
376-3Lover Come Back To Me
377-1Where Or When
378-3Three O'Clock In The Morning
379-1All The Things You Are
380-1Oscar's Blues
** transfered to Mercury MGC 106.

MG 25025   Frankie Laine

Babe Russin (tenor sax) Carl Fischer (piano) Perry Botkin (guitar) Artie Bernstein (bass) Lou Singer (drums, vibes) and others
Universal Studios, Los Angeles, CA, October 18, 1946
606-2Blue Turning Grey Over You
Frankie Laine (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Carl Fischer (conductor)
Los Angeles, CA, December 1, 1947
1246Hold Me
Ziggy Elman, Zeke Zarchy (trumpet) Claude Lakey, Babe Russin, Willie Schwartz (sax) Carl Fischer (piano) Phil Stevens (bass) Lou Singer (drums) Frankie Laine (vocals)
Los Angeles, CA, April 23, 1949
2742(Where Are You) Now That I Need You

MG 25026   Frankie Laine - ???

Mannie Klein (trumpet) Si Zentner (trombone) Don Bonnee (clarinet) Babe Russin (tenor sax) Carl Fischer (piano) George Van Eps (guitar) and others
Universal Studios, Los Angeles, CA, August 27, 1946
480September In The Rain
Frankie Laine (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Carl Fischer (conductor)
Los Angeles, CA, December 1, 1947
1245When You're Smiling
Herb Geller (alto sax, clarinet) Frankie Laine (vocals) unidentified orchestra
1947
868Kiss Me Again
Carl Fischer (piano) Frankie Laine (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Harry Geller (conductor)
Los Angeles, CA?, June 7, 1949
2847Carry Me Back To Old Virginny
same personnel
Los Angeles, CA?, June 9, 1949
2852I Get Sentimental Over You
same personnel
Los Angeles, CA?, June 14, 1949
2856Satan Wears A Satin Gown
Carl Fischer (piano) Frankie Laine (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Harry Geller (conductor) and others
January, 1950
3133Black Lace

MG 25027   Frankie Laine

Babe Russin (tenor sax) Carl Fischer (piano) Perry Botkin (guitar) Artie Bernstein (bass) Lou Singer (drums, vibes) and others
Universal Studios, Los Angeles, CA, October 18, 1946
601-3Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams
603-2West End Blues
Herb Geller (alto sax, clarinet) Frankie Laine (vocals) unidentified orchestra
1947
867By The Light Of The Stars
Carl Fischer (piano) Frankie Laine (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Harry Geller (conductor)
Los Angeles, CA?, June 14, 1949
2854God Bless The Child
2855That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day)
Carl Fischer (piano) Frankie Laine (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Harry Geller (conductor) and others
January, 1950
3132The Cry Of The Wild Goose

MG 25028   Vic Damone - ???

no details

MG 25029   Vic Damone

no details

MG 25030   Eddy Howard - ???

no details

MG 25031   Eddy Howard

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MG 25032   Tito Guizar

Tito Guizar (vocals) Jose Melis And His Orchestra
September 10, 1946
523Ay, Ay, Ay, Ay! My Serenade
524I'll Never Love Again
525Diez Minutos Mas
526El Rancho Grande
528Linda Mujer
529Guadalajar
Tito Guizar (vocals) and others
1946
458Noche De Ronda
462Juiame

MG 25033   Jack Fina

no details

MG 25034   Clyde McCoy - Sugar Blues

Clyde McCoy (trumpet) Billie Jane Bennett (vocals -2) unidentified orchestra
Detroit, MI, May 11, 1946
1. 1715-2/P5Sugar Blues
2. 1716/P6Tear It Down
3. 1717/P7Basin Street Blues
Clyde McCoy (trumpet) unidentified orchestra
Detroit, MI, June 29, 1946
1719/P88At Sundown
1720/P89'Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
1721/P90There's Good Blues Tonight
same personnel
maybe NYC, 1947
1724/P162Stormy Weather
1726-2/P164Mississippi Mud

MG 25035   Jose Melis - ???

no details

MG 25036   Tony Martin

no details

MG 25037   not used?

MG 25038   Art Kassel - ???

no details

MG 25039   Ted Weems And His Orchestra

no details

MG 25040   Frankie Laine

Frankie Laine (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Carl Fischer (conductor)
Los Angeles, CA?, November 8, 1947
1129Cherie I Love You
Carl Fischer (piano) Frankie Laine (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Harry Geller (conductor) and others
late 1947
1432'Til We Meet Again
Carl Fischer (piano) Frankie Laine (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Harry Geller (conductor)
Los Angeles, CA?, June 7, 1949
2845Rockin' Chair
same personnel
Los Angeles, CA?, June 9, 1949
2849(Waiting) At The End Of The Road
2850Exactly Like You
2851Don't Do Something To Someone Else
same personnel
Los Angeles, CA?, June 14, 1949
2857You're Wonderful
Frankie Laine (vocals) and others
1950
3377I'm In The Mood For Love
** reissue of Mercury MG 25024 (alt.).

MG 25041   Playing On The Zither With Herman Stachow

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MG 25042   Jan August - Piano Roll Favorites

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MG 25043   Charles Magnante - Wizard Of The Accordion

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MG 25044   Henry Weber And His Concert Orchestra - Famous Strauss Walzes

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MG 25045   Vic Damone - Sings America's Favorites

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MG 25046   unknown artists - Cherished American Songs

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MG 25047   Sylvan Levin - Light Classical Gems

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MG 25048   Ralph Norman And Henry Weber Orchestras - Foremost Classical Favorites

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MG 25049   Various Artists - The Music Of Jerome Kern And George Gershwin

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MG 25050   Glenn Osser - All-Time Favorite Song Hits

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MG 25051   Songs By Lanny Ross

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MG 25052   unknown artists - The Music Of Victor Herbert And Rudolf Friml

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MG 25053   Various Artists - The Best Loved Music Of Sigmund Romberg

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MG 25054   Vic Damone - All-Time Song Hits

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MG 25055   Glenn Osser - The Great Songs Of Our Time

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MG 25056   Vivian Della Chiesa With Sylvan Levin's Orchestra

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MG 25057   unknown artists - Immortal Songs For The Home

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MG 25058   Claramae Turner With Sylvan Levin's Orchestra - Favorite Light Classics

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MG 25059   Patti Page

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MG 25060   Dinah Washington

Willie Cook, Harry "Pee Wee" Jackson (trumpet) Gus Chappell (trombone) possibly Dave Young (tenor sax) possibly Rudy Martin (piano) possibly Bill Settles (bass) Oliver Coleman (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals)
Chicago, IL, January 14, 1946
202-2I Can't Get Started With You
Bob Merrill, Cootie Williams (trumpet) Robert Cole (alto sax) William Parker (tenor sax) Arnold Jarvis (piano) Mundell Lowe (guitar) Leonard Swain (bass) Sylvester "Vess" Payne (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals)
NYC, December 30, 1947
1594-4I Want To Cry
George Hudson (trumpet) Rupert Cole, Ernie Wilkins (alto sax) Cecil Payne (baritone sax) James Forman (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) Teddy Stewart (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals)
NYC, March 4, 1949
2825How Deep Is The Ocean
2830-2I Only Know
Teddy Stewart (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals) unidentified orchestra
NYC, February 27, 1950
3182-3It Isn't Fair
3185-2Why Don't You Think Things Over
possibly Benny Powell (trombone) Ernie Wilkins (alto sax) Cecil Payne (baritone sax) Freddie Green (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) Teddy Stewart (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals) unidentified orchestra
NYC, May 9, 1950
3408-4I'll Never Be Free
3409-3I Wanna Be Loved

MG 25061   Jerry Murad's Harmonicats

no details

MG 25062   Teddy Wilson, Red Norvo - Improvisations

Aaron Sachs (clarinet) Red Norvo (vibes) Teddy Wilson (piano) Remo Palmieri (guitar) Slam Stewart (bass) Eddie Dell (drums)
NYC, July 27, 1944
HL49-1Subtle Sextology
HL50-3Blues A La Red
HL51-1The Man I Love
HL52-2Seven Come Eleven
Joe Thomas (trumpet) Vic Dickenson (trombone) Hank D'Amico (clarinet) Red Norvo (xylophone -1, vibes -2) Teddy Wilson (piano) Slam Stewart (bass) Specs Powell (drums) Johnny Thompson (arranger)
NYC, October 10, 1944
1. HL61-2Russian Lullaby
2. HL62-3I Got Rhythm
** also issued on EmArcy MG 26002 entitled "Red Norvo - Improvisations".

MG 25063   Golden Gate Quartet - Look Up

no details

MG 25064   Lawrence Welk - Polkas

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MG 25065   George Hartman - New Orleans Jazz

George Hartman (trumpet) Julian Laine (trombone) Leonard Centobie (clarinet) Roy Zimmerman (piano) Lloyd Dantin (guitar) John Bell (bass) John Castaing (drums)
New Orleans, LA, March 14, 1941
GH1-ADiga Diga Doo
GH2-AJazz Me Blues
GH3-AMuskrat Ramble
GH4-ATin Root Blues

MG 25066   Sylvan Levin, Glenn Osser - Classic Favorites / Fritz Kreisler Favorites

no details

MG 25067   Alfred Newman - Famous Arias From The Opera

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MG 25068   Bernie Leighton, Johnny Guarnieri - Piano Contrasts

Joe Thomas (trumpet) Barney Bigard (clarinet) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Billy Taylor (bass) Cozy Cole (drums)
NYC, February 5, 1945
HL82-1Rose Room
HL84-4Coquette
Buck Clayton (trumpet) Flip Phillips (tenor sax) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Milt Hinton (bass) J.C. Heard (drums)
NYC, August 17, 1945
HL105-4Why Do I Love You
HL106-4All My Life
Bernie Leighton (piano) Hy White (guitar) Trigger Alpert (bass) Dave Tough (drums)
NYC, August 9, 1946
HL159-1Beyond The Moon
HL160-2Have You Met Miss Jones
HL161-2I See Your Face Before Me
HL163-2Things Are Looking Up
** also issued on EmArcy MG 26018 entitled "Johnny Guarnieri, Bernie Leighton - Piano Stylings".

MG 25069   Caesar Petrillo And His Orchestra, Mercury Studio Orchestra - Keepsakes / Songs That Will Never Fade

no details

MG 25070   Alvaro De La Torre And His Cuban Orchestra - Tropic Rhythms

no details

MG 25071   Various Artists - Trombone Time

Vic Dickenson, Bill Harris, Claude Jones, Benny Morton (trombone) Johnny Guarnieri (piano) Al Hall (bass) Sid Catlett (drums)
NYC, May 30, 1944
HL37-3Where Or When
HL38-1Lisa
HL39-5Once In A While
Joe Thomas (trumpet) Jack Teagarden (trombone, vocals -1,2, trombone -3) Hank D'Amico (clarinet) Coleman Hawkins (tenor sax) Herman Chittison (piano) Billy Taylor (bass) George Wettling (drums)
NYC, December 12, 1944
1. HL72-4Home
2. HL74-1You Brought A New Kind Of Love
3. HL75-1Somebody Loves Me

MG 25072   Alfred Newman - Captain From Castle

no details

MG 25073   unknown artists - Songs Of Israel

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MG 25074   Various Artists - Hot Trumpet Ensembles

Roy Eldridge, Joe Thomas (trumpet) Emmett Berry, Jonny Guarnieri (piano) Israel Crosby (bass) Cozy Cole (drums)
NYC, January 24, 1944
HL5-1Don't Be That Way
HL6-1I Want To Be Happy
HL7-4Fiesta In Brass
HL8-1St. Louis Blues
Jonah Jones (trumpet) Tyree Glenn (trombone, vibes) Hilton Jefferson (alto sax) Buster Harding (piano, arranger) Milt Hinton (bass) J.C. Heard (drums)
NYC, September 20, 1944
HL53-2Lust For Licks
HL54-3Just Likes A Butterfly
Charlie Shavers (trumpet) Coleman Hawkins (tenor sax) Teddy Wilson (piano) Billy Taylor (bass) Denzil Best (drums)
NYC, October 18, 1944
HL68-2My Man
HL69-1El Salon De Gutbucket
Joe Thomas (trumpet) Tyree Glenn (trombone) Hilton Jefferson (alto sax) Jerry Jerome (tenor sax) Bernie Leighton (piano) Hy White (guitar) Billy Taylor (bass) Lee Abrams (drums)
NYC, August 16, 1946
HL166-2Black Butterfly
** also issued on EmArcy MG 26015 entitled "Holiday In Trumpet".

MG 25075   Alto Sax Artistry Featuring Willie Smith

Billy May (trumpet, arranger) Murray McEachern (trombone) Willie Smith (alto sax) Arnold Ross (piano) Les Paul (guitar) Ed Mihelich (bass) Nick Fatool (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, May 2, 1945
HL90-2September In The Rain
HL91-5You Ought To Be In Pictures
HL92-5Moten Swing
HL93-2Willow Weep For Me (as Willie Weep For Me)
Emmett Berry (trumpet) Willie Smith (alto sax) Corky Corcoran (tenor sax) Dodo Marmarosa (piano) Allan Reuss (guitar) Ed Mihelich (bass) Nick Fatool (drums) Johnny Thompson (arranger)
Los Angeles, CA, May 15, 1945
HL94-3What Is This Thing Called Love
HL95-3Minor Blues
Willie Smith (alto sax) Nat King Cole (piano) Red Callender (bass) Jackie Mills (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, February 16, 1946
HL122-4The Way You Look Tonight
HL123-2Airness A La Nat

MG 25076   Chubby Jackson And Bill Harris All-Stars - Jazz Journey

Howard McGhee (trumpet) Bill Harris (trombone) Flip Phillips (tenor sax) Ralph Burns (piano) Billy Bauer (guitar) Chubby Jackson (bass) Dave Tough (drums)
NYC, January 10, 1945
HL76Northwest Passage
HL77Cryin' Sands
Pete Candoli (trumpet) Bill Harris (trombone) Flip Phillips (tenor sax) Ralph Burns (piano) Billy Bauer (guitar) Chubby Jackson (bass) Alvin Burroughs (drums)
Chicago, IL, April 5, 1945
D5CB321-1Cross Country
D5CB322-1Characteristically, B.H.
D5CB323-1Mean To Me
D5CB324-1She's Funny That Way
Tony Aless (piano) Billy Bauer (guitar) Chubby Jackson (bass) Shelly Manne (drums)
NYC, November 29, 1945
HL113-1Head Quarters
HL115-3Sam's Caravan

MG 25077   Jerry Byrd With Danny Kuaana And His Islanders

no details

MG 25078   Phil Napoleon's Emperors Of Jazz - Dixieland Classics, Vol. 1

Phil Napoleon (trumpet) Lou McGarity (trombone) Joe Dixon (clarinet) Frank Signorelli (piano) Chuck Wayne (guitar) Felix Giobbe (bass) Tony Spargo (drums)
NYC, April 10, 1946
SWFD10-1At The Jazz Band Ball
SWFD10-2Clarinet Marmalade
SWFD10-3Little Emperor Blues
SWFD10-4Muskrat Ramble
Phil Napoleon (trumpet) Lou McGarity (trombone) Peanuts Hucko (clarinet) Frank Signorelli (piano) Chuck Wayne (guitar) Felix Giobbe (bass) Tony Spargo (drums)
NYC, April 12, 1946
SWFD12-5Fidgety Feet
SWFD12-6Nobody's Sweetheart
SWFD12-7Royal Garden Blues
SWFD12-8Tigar Rag
** also issued on EmArcy MG 26008.

MG 25079   Phil Napoleon's Emperors Of Jazz - Dixieland Classics, Vol. 2

Phil Napoleon (trumpet) Vernon Brown (trombone) Sal Franzella (clarinet) Frank Signorelli (piano) Chuck Wayne (guitar) Felix Giobbe (bass) Tony Spargo (drums -1/3, drums, vocals -4)
NYC, April 16, 1946
1. SWFE16-15Sensation Rag
2. SWFE16-16Livery Stable Blues
3. SWFE16-17That's A Plenty
4. SWFE16-18Sister Kate
Phil Napoleon (trumpet) Vernon Brown (trombone) Sal Franzella (clarinet) Frank Signorelli (piano) Chuck Wayne (guitar) Felix Giobbe (bass) Tony Spargo (drums)
NYC, April 17, 1946
SWFE17-19Satanic Blues
SWFE17-20I'll Never Be The Same
SWFE17-21South Rampart Street Parade
SWFE17-22Bugle Call Rag
** also issued on EmArcy MG 26009.

MG 25080   Joseph Lasicky - Polkas

no details

MG 25081   Raman Vatican Choir, Licinio Rafice, Director - Music For Christmastide

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MG 25082   Various Artists - Christmas Favorites

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MG 25083   unknown artists - Camp Meetin' Choir - Negro Spirituals, Vol. 1

no details

MG 25084   unknown artists - Camp Meetin' Choir - Negro Spirituals, Vol. 2

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MG 25085   Ralph Marterie And His Orchestra

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MG 25087   Jan August - ???

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MG 25088   Frankie Laine With Harry Geller's Orchestra (no details)

Carl Fischer (piano) Frankie Laine (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Harry Geller (conductor) and others
1950
3726If I Were A Bell

MG 25089   Herb Jeffries - Magenta Moods

no details

MG 25090   Herb Jeffries Sings

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MG 25091   Herb Jeffries

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MG 25093   Alfred Newman - Music To Remember

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MG 25094   Alfred Newman - Hit Musical Favorites

no details

MG 25095   Muggsy Spanier And His Dixieland Band

Muggsy Spanier (cornet) George Brunis (trombone) Darnell Howard (clarinet) Floyd Bean (piano) Truck Parham (bass) Sid Catlett (drums)
Chicago, IL, March 27, 1950
3373Dixie Flyer
3374Lazy Piano Man
3375Sweet Georgia Brown
3376Feather Brain
Muggsy Spanier (cornet) Harry Graves (trombone) Darnell Howard (clarinet) Floyd Bean (piano) Truck Parham (bass) Don Chester (drums)
Chicago, IL, August 10, 1950
3675Home
3676It's A Long, Long Way To Tipperary
3677Caution Blues
3678Alabama Jubilee
** also issued on EmArcy MG 26011.

MG 25097   Frankie Laine - Mr. Rhythm Sings

Carl Fischer (piano) Frankie Laine (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Harry Geller (conductor) and others
late 1947
1435With All My Heart
1438Inspiration Point

MG 25098   Frankie Laine With Harry Geller's Orchestra (no details)

Carl Fischer (piano) Frankie Laine (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Harry Geller (conductor) and others: same session
late 1947
1441I Haven't The Heart

MG 25099   Jan August - ???

no details