Good Time Jazz Records Catalog: 78/45 rpm series

Good Time Jazz 78 rpm series (10 inch 78 rpm)

No. 1   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Firehouse Stomp / Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me   1949

Johnny Lucas, trumpet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, bass sax; Jim MacDonald, drums.

Radio Recorders' Studio B, Los Angeles, CA, May 13, 1949

LK100-4Firehouse Stomp
LK101-3Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me

No. 2   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Fireman's Lament / San   1949

Johnny Lucas, trumpet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, bass sax; Jim MacDonald, drums.: same session.

Radio Recorders' Studio B, Los Angeles, CA, May 13, 1949

LK102-2Fireman's Lament
LK103-3San

No. 3   Turk Murphy - Chimes Blues / When My Sugar Walks Down The Street   1949

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone, vocal #2; Bob Helm, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Harry Mordecai, banjo; Dick Lammi, tuba, string bass.

Los Angeles, CA, May 31, 1949

1. LK108-1Chimes Blues
2. LK111-1When My Sugar Walks Down The Street

No. 4   Turk Murphy - New Orleans Stomp / Papa Dip   1949

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Bob Helm, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Harry Mordecai, banjo; Dick Lammi, tuba, string bass.

Los Angeles, CA, May 31, 1949

LK104-4New Orleans Stomp
LK106-3Papa Dip

No. 5   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Brass Bell / Everybody Loves My Baby   1949

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Radio Recorders' Studio B, Los Angeles, CA, October 8, 1949

LK116-6Brass Bell
LK117-2Everybody Loves My Baby

No. 6   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Red Hot River Valley / Riverside Blues   1949

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Monte Mountjoy, drums.: same session.

Radio Recorders' Studio B, Los Angeles, CA, October 8, 1949

LK118-3Red Hot River Valley
LK119-4Riverside Blues

No. 7   Turk Murphy - Trouble In Mind / Turk's Blues   1949

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone, vocal #1; Bob Helm, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Harry Mordecai, banjo; Dick Lammi, tuba, string bass.

Los Angeles, CA, May 31, 1949

1. LK107-2Trouble In Mind
2. LK109-6Turk's Blues (Social Polecat)

No. 8   Turk Murphy - Grandpa's Spells / All The Wrongs   1949

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Bob Helm, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Harry Mordecai, banjo; Dick Lammi, tuba, string bass.

Los Angeles, CA, May 31, 1949

LK105-5Grandpa's Spells
LK110-2All The Wrongs You've Done To Me

No. 9   Burt Bales - 12th Street Rag / Dill Pickles   1950

Burt Bales, piano; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, December 10, 1949

LK13512th Street Rag
LK136Dill Pickles

No. 10   Burt Bales - Oh, You Beautiful Doll / Canadian Capers   1950

Burt Bales, piano; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, December 10, 1949

LK137Oh, You Beautiful Doll
LK138Canadian Capers

No. 11   Turk Murphy - 1919 Rag / Curse Of An Aching Heart   1950

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone, vocal #2; Bill Napier, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Bill Newman, guitar, banjo; Squire Girsback, tuba, string bass; Stan Ward, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, January 19, 1950

1. LK1401919 Rag
2. LK146Curse Of An Aching Heart

No. 12   Turk Murphy - Struttin' With Some Barbecue / Waiting For The Robert E. Lee   1950

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Bill Napier, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Bill Newman, guitar, banjo; Squire Girsback, tuba, string bass; Stan Ward, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, January 19, 1950

LK141Waiting For The Robert E. Lee
LK142Struttin' With Some Barbecue

No. 13   Firehouse Five Plus Two - The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise / Tiger Rag   1950

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Radio Recorders' Studio B, Los Angeles, CA, February 18, 1950

LK147-2The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
LK150-3Tiger Rag

No. 14   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Pagan Love Song / Yes Sir! That's My Baby   1950

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Monte Mountjoy, drums.: same session.

Radio Recorders' Studio B, Los Angeles, CA, February 18, 1950

LK148-6Pagan Love Song
LK149-5Yes Sir! That's My Baby

No. 15   George Lewis - Willie The Weeper / Mama Don't Allow   1950

Elmer Talbert Sr., trumpet; Jim Robinson, trombone; George Lewis, clarinet; Alton Purnell, piano; Lawrence Marrero, banjo; Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageaux, bass; Joe Watkins, drums.

New Orleans, LA, June 5, 1950

LK165Willie The Weeper
LK167Mama Don't Allow

No. 16   George Lewis - Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula / Burgundy Street Blues   1950

Elmer Talbert Sr., trumpet; Jim Robinson, trombone; George Lewis, clarinet; Alton Purnell, piano; Lawrence Marrero, banjo; Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageaux, bass; Joe Watkins, drums.: same session.

New Orleans, LA, June 5, 1950

LK166Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula
LK168Burgundy Street Blues

No. 17   Turk Murphy - Darktown Strutters' Ball / Irish Black Bottom   1950

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone, vocal #1; Bill Napier, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Bill Newman, guitar, banjo; Squire Girsback, tuba, string bass; Stan Ward, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, January 19, 1950

1. LK144Darktown Strutters' Ball
2. LK145Irish Black Bottom

No. 18   Turk Murphy - Trombone Rag / Ragtime Dance   1950

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Bill Napier, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Bill Newman, guitar, banjo; Squire Girsback, tuba, string bass; Stan Ward, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, January 19, 1950

LK139Trombone Rag
LK143Ragtime Dance

No. 19   Armand Hug - Kansas City Stomps / Frog-I-More Rag   1950

Armand Hug, piano; John Senac, bass; Abbie Brunies, drums.

New Orleans, LA, June 4, 1950

LK161Kansas City Stomps
LK162Froggie Moore (as Frog-I-More Rag)

No. 20   Armand Hug - Good Gravy Rag / The Cosey Rag   1950

Armand Hug, piano; John Senac, bass; Abbie Brunies, drums.: same session.

New Orleans, LA, June 4, 1950

LK163Good Gravy Rag
LK164The Cosey Rag

No. 21   Benny Strickler - Dippermouth Blues / Kansas City Stomp   1950

Benny Strickler, trumpet; Bill Bardin, trombone; Bob Helm, Ellis Horne, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Russ Bennett, banjo; Clancy Hayes, drums.

KYA radio broadcast, "Dawn Club", San Francisco, CA, August, 1942

LK132Dippermouth Blues
LK134Kansas City Stomp

No. 22   Benny Strickler - Jazzin' Babies Blues / Fidgety Feet   1950

Benny Strickler, trumpet; Bill Bardin, trombone; Bob Helm, Ellis Horne, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Russ Bennett, banjo; Clancy Hayes, drums.: same session.

KYA radio broadcast, "Dawn Club", San Francisco, CA, August, 1942

LK131Jazzin' Babies Blues
LK133Fidgety Feet

No. 23   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Frankie And Johnny / Copenhagen   1950

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Radio Recorders' Studio B, Los Angeles, CA, July 20, 1950

LK179-2Frankie & Johnny
LK180-4Copenhagen

No. 24   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Down Where The Sun Goes Down / St. Louis Blues   1950

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Monte Mountjoy, drums.: same session.

Radio Recorders' Studio B, Los Angeles, CA, July 20, 1950

LK177-2Down Where The Sun Goes Down
LK178-3St. Louis Blues

No. 25   Wally Rose - Gladiolus Rag / Frog Legs Rag   1950

Wally Rose, piano; Squire Girsback, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, June 12, 1950

LK169Gladiolus Rag
LK170Frog Legs Rag

No. 26   Wally Rose - Red Pepper Rag / The Pearls   1950

Wally Rose, piano; Squire Girsback, bass; Minor Hall, drums.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, June 12, 1950

LK171Red Pepper Rag
LK172The Pearls

No. 27   Wally Rose - Pineapple Rag / Cascades Rag   1950

Wally Rose, piano; Squire Girsback, bass; Minor Hall, drums.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, June 12, 1950

LK173Pineapple Rag
LK174Cascades Rag

** also released on Vogue (E) G 2411.

No. 28   Wally Rose - Easy Winners / King Porter Stomp   1950

Wally Rose, piano; Squire Girsback, bass; Minor Hall, drums.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, June 12, 1950

LK175Easy Winners
LK176King Porter Stomp

No. 29   Firehouse Five Plus Two - 12th Street Rag / Wabash Blues   1950

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

RCA Victor's Studio, Los Angeles, CA, October 7, 1950

LK18112th Street Rag
LK182Wabash Blues

No. 30   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Jingle Bells / There's A Tavern In The Town   1950

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Monte Mountjoy, drums.: same session.

RCA Victor's Studio, Los Angeles, CA, October 7, 1950

LK183Jingle Bells
LK184There's A Tavern In The Town

No. 31   Turk Murphy - By And By / St. James Infirmary   1950

Don Kinch, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone, vocal #2; Bill Napier, clarinet; Skippy Anderson, piano; Pat Patton, banjo; George Bruns, tuba, string bass; Stan Ward, drums.

Radio Recorders' Studio B, Los Angeles, CA, May 8, 1950

1. LK151By And By
2. LK156St. James Infirmary

No. 32   Turk Murphy - Storyville Blues / Ory's Creole Trombone   1950

Don Kinch, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Bill Napier, clarinet; Skippy Anderson, piano; Pat Patton, banjo; George Bruns, tuba, string bass; Stan Ward, drums.

Radio Recorders' Studio B, Los Angeles, CA, May 8, 1950

LK157Storyville Blues
LK158Ory's Creole Trombone

No. 33   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Lonesome Mama Blues / Sweet Georgia Brown   1951

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Radio Recorders' Studio B, Los Angeles, CA, March 9, 1951

LK191Lonesome Mama Blues
LK194Sweet Georgia Brown

No. 34   Bunk Johnson - Ace In The Hole / 2:19 Blues   1951

Bunk Johnson, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Ellis Horne, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Pat Patton, banjo; Squire Girsback, bass; Clancy Hayes, drums, vocal.

San Francisco, CA, spring 1944

219 Blues
RM401Ace In The Hole

No. 35   Burt Bales - Angry / Doodle Doo Doo   1951

Joe Darensbourg, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; George Bruns, bass, tuba; Minor Hall, drums; Jeanne Gayle, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, December 5, 1950

LK185Angry
LK186Doodle Doo Doo

No. 36   Burt Bales - Down Among The Sheltering Palms / Cake Walking Babies   1951

Joe Darensbourg, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; George Bruns, bass, tuba; Minor Hall, drums; Jeanne Gayle, vocal.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, December 5, 1950

LK187Down Among The Sheltering Palms
LK188Cake Walking Babies From Home

No. 37   Bunk Johnson - Nobody's Fault But Mine / When I Move To The Sky   1951

Bunk Johnson, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Ellis Horne, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Pat Patton, banjo; Squire Girsback, bass; Clancy Hayes, drums; Sister Lottie Peavey, vocal.

San Francisco, CA, spring 1944

When I Move To The Sky
Nobody's Fault But Mine

No. 38   Bunk Johnson - The Girls Go Crazy / Ory's Creole Trombone   1951

Bunk Johnson, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Ellis Horne, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Pat Patton, banjo; Squire Girsback, bass; Clancy Hayes, drums.

San Francisco, CA, spring 1944

The Girls Go Crazy
Ory's Creole Trombone

No. 39   Turk Murphy - After You've Gone / A Closer Walk With Thee   1951

Don Kinch, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone, vocal #1; Bill Napier, clarinet; Skippy Anderson, piano; Pat Patton, banjo; George Bruns, tuba, string bass; Stan Ward, drums.

Radio Recorders' Studio B, Los Angeles, CA, May 8, 1950

1. LK152After You've Gone
2. LK153A Closer Walk With Thee

No. 40   Turk Murphy - Canal Street Blues / Down By The Riverside   1951

Don Kinch, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Bill Napier, clarinet; Skippy Anderson, piano; Pat Patton, banjo; George Bruns, tuba, string bass; Stan Ward, drums.

Radio Recorders' Studio B, Los Angeles, CA, May 8, 1950

LK154Canal Street Blues
LK155Down By The Riverside

No. 41   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Sobbin' Blues / Just A Stomp At Twilight   1951

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Radio Recorders' Studio B, Los Angeles, CA, March 9, 1951

LK193Sobbin' Blues

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Dick Roberts, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Capitol Records' Melrose Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, June 12, 1951

LK200Just A Stomp At Twilight

No. 42   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Who Walks In When I Walk Out / Firehouse Chief   1951

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Dick Roberts, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Monte Mountjoy, drums.: same session.

Capitol Records' Melrose Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, June 12, 1951

LK201Who Walks In When I Walk Out
LK202Firehouse Chief (as Firechief Rag)

No. 43   The Banjo Kings - Stephen Foster Medley / Alabamy Bound   1951

Dick Roberts, tenor banjo; Red Roundtree, plectrum banjo; with Vic Davis, piano; George Bruns, tuba, string bass; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, July 30, 1951

Alabamy Bound
Stephen Foster Medley No. 1: Old Kentucky Home; Swanee River; Camptown Races; Oh, Susannah

No. 44   Wally Rose - Springtime Rag / Top Liner Rag   1951

Wally Rose, piano; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, July 11, 1951

LK213Springtime Rag
LK214Top Liner Rag

No. 45   Turk Murphy - Little John's Rag / Just A Cousin Of Mine   1951

Don Kinch, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Bob Helm, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Pat Patton, banjo; George Bruns, tuba; Johnny Brent, drums.

Capitol Records' Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, July 10, 1951

LK209Little John's Rag

Don Kinch, cornet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Bob Helm, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Pat Patton, banjo; George Bruns, bass, tuba; Johnny Brent, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, October 8, 1951

LK222Just A Cousin Of Mine (as He's A Cousin Of Mine)

No. 46   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Show Me The Way To The Fire / San Antonio Rose   1951

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Dick Roberts, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Capitol Records' Melrose Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, June 12, 1951

LK199Show Me The Way To The Fire

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Jerry Hamm, drums.

Capitol Records' Melrose Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, November 3, 1951

LK225San Antonio Rose

No. 47   The Banjo Kings - Hello, My Baby! / Banjo Rag   1951

Dick Roberts, tenor banjo; Red Roundtree, plectrum banjo; with Vic Davis, piano; George Bruns, tuba, string bass; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, July 30, 1951

Hello Ma Baby
That Banjo Rag

No. 48   Kid Ory - St. Louis Blues / Ory's Boogie   1951

Teddy Buckner, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone; Joe Darensbourg, clarinet; Lloyd Glenn, piano; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

Pomona, CA, May 5, 1951

LK229St. Louis Blues
LK230Ory's Boogie

No. 49   Bob Scobey - Coney Island Washboard / Wolverine Blues   1952

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo; Squire Girsback, bass; Fred Higuera, drums.

San Francisco, CA, February 23, 1951

Coney Island Washboard
Wolverine Blues

No. 50   Bob Scobey - That's A Plenty / Beale Street Mama   1952

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal #1; Squire Girsback, bass; Fred Higuera, drums.

San Francisco, CA, February 23, 1951

1.Beale Street Mama
2.That's A Plenty

No. 51   Wally Rose - Harlem Rag / Euphonic Sounds   1951

Wally Rose, piano; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, July 11, 1951

LK215Harlem Rag
LK216Euphonic Sounds

No. 52   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Mississippi Rag / Five Foot Two   1951

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Radio Recorders' Studio B, Los Angeles, CA, March 9, 1951

LK192Mississippi Rag

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Jerry Hamm, drums.

Capitol Records' Melrose Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, November 3, 1951

LK228Five Foot Two

No. 53   Bob Scobey - Dippermouth Blues / Some Of These Days   1952

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; Darnell Howard, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Clancy Hayes, guitar; Squire Girsback, bass; Gordon Edwards, drums.

San Francisco, CA, April 29, 1950

CPM-1039Some Of These Days
CPM-1040Dippermouth Blues

** originally released on Jazz Man 33 in 1950 as Darnell Howard - Dippermouth Blues / Some Of These Days.

No. 54   Bob Scobey - Pretty Baby / St. Louis Blues   1952

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; Darnell Howard, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Clancy Hayes, guitar; Squire Girsback, bass; Gordon Edwards, drums.: same session.

San Francisco, CA, April 29, 1950

CPM-1038Pretty Baby
CPM-1041St. Louis Blues

** originally released on Jazz Man 34 in 1950 as Darnell Howard - Pretty Baby / St. Louis Blues.

No. 55   Kid Ory - Blues For Home Parts 1 & 2   1951

Teddy Buckner, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone; Joe Darensbourg, clarinet; Lloyd Glenn, piano; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

Pomona, CA, May 5, 1951

LK313Blues For Home Part 1 (as Blues For Jimmie Noone)
LK314Blues For Home Part 2 (as Blues For Jimmie Noone)

No. 56   Lu Watters - Maple Leaf Rag / Black And White Rag   1951

Lu Watters, 1st cornet, leader; Bob Scobey, 2nd cornet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Ellis Horne, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Russ Bennett, Clancy Hayes, banjo; Dick Lammi, tuba; Bill Dart, drums.

San Francisco, CA, December 19, 1941

MLB-109Maple Leaf Rag

Wally Rose, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo; Bill Dart, drums.

MLB-111Black And White Rag

** originally released on Jazz Man 1 in 1942.

No. 57   Lu Watters - Irish Black Bottom / Memphis Blues   1951

Lu Watters, 1st cornet, leader; Bob Scobey, 2nd cornet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Ellis Horne, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Russ Bennett, Clancy Hayes, banjo; Dick Lammi, tuba; Bill Dart, drums.

San Francisco, CA, December 19, 1941

MLB-110Irish Black Bottom
MLB-113Memphis Blues

** originally released on Jazz Man 2 in 1942.

No. 58   Lu Watters - Muskrat Ramble / Smoky Mokes   1951

Lu Watters, 1st cornet, leader; Bob Scobey, 2nd cornet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Ellis Horne, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Russ Bennett, Clancy Hayes, banjo; Dick Lammi, tuba; Bill Dart, drums.: same session.

San Francisco, CA, December 19, 1941

MLB-106Muskrat Ramble
MLB-112Smoky Mokes

Bob Scobey, Lu Watters, cornet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Ellis Horne, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Russ Bennett, Clancy Hayes, banjo; Squire Girsback, tuba; Bill Dart, drums.

San Francisco, CA, March 29, 1942

MLB-131Muskrat Ramble

** originally released on Jazz Man 3 in 1942.

No. 59   Lu Watters - At A Georgia Camp Meeting / Original Jelly Roll Blues   1951

Lu Watters, 1st cornet, leader; Bob Scobey, 2nd cornet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Ellis Horne, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Russ Bennett, Clancy Hayes, banjo; Dick Lammi, tuba; Bill Dart, drums.

San Francisco, CA, December 19, 1941

MLB-107At A Georgia Camp Meeting
MLB-108Original Jelly Roll Blues

** originally released on Jazz Man 4 in 1942.

No. 60   Bob Scobey - South / Melancholy   1952

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; George Probert, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal; Dick Lammi, bass; Fred Higuera, drums.

Oakland, CA, November 6, 1951

LK309South
LK315Melancholy

No. 61   Pete Daily - Sobbin' Blues / Jazz Man Strut   1952

Pete Daily, cornet; Warren Smith, trombone; Rosy McHargue, clarinet; Skippy Anderson, piano; George Defebaugh, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, December 24, 1947

CPM-1026-BSobbin' Blues
CPM-1027-BJazz Man Strut

** originally released on Jazz Man 29 in 1948.

No. 62   Turk Murphy - A Hot Time In The Old Town / Minstrels Of Annie Street   1952

Don Kinch, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Bob Helm, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Pat Patton, banjo; George Bruns, tuba; Johnny Brent, drums.

Capitol Records' Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, July 10, 1951

LK210Minstrels Of Annie Street

Turk Murphy, trombone; Bob Helm, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Dick Lammi, banjo; Bob Short, tuba; Claire Austin, vocal.

Capitol Records' Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, April 1, 1952

317Hot Time In The Old Town

No. 63   Bunk Johnson - Careless Love / Down By The Riverside   1952

Bunk Johnson, trumpet, vocal #2; Turk Murphy, trombone; Ellis Horne, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Pat Patton, banjo; Squire Girsback, bass; Clancy Hayes, drums.

San Francisco, CA, spring 1944

1. RM402Careless Love
2.Down By The Riverside

No. 64   The Banjo Kings - Banjo Bounce / Stephen Foster Medley No. 2   1952

Dick Roberts, tenor banjo; Red Roundtree, plectrum banjo; with Stan Wrightsman, piano; George Bruns, tuba, string bass; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 1952

Stephen Foster Medley No. 2: Old Black Joe; Ring, Ring De Banjo; Nelly Bly; Massa's In De Cold, Cold Ground
Banjo Bounce

No. 65   Kid Ory - Maryland, My Maryland / Didn't He Ramble   1952

Mutt Carey, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone, vocal #2; Darnell Howard, clarinet; Buster Wilson, piano; Bud Scott, guitar; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, September 8, 1945

1. CRE1014Maryland, My Maryland
2. CRE1016Oh! Didn't He Ramble

** originally released on Crescent 3 in 1945.

No. 66   Bob Scobey - Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me / Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans   1952

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, Bob Mielke, Marshall Nichols, trombone; George Probert, clarinet, soprano sax; Wally Rose, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal; Dick Lammi, string bass; Bob Short, tuba; Fred Higuera, drums.

Oakland, CA, April 12, 1952

LK321Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me
LK322Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans

No. 67   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Chinatown, My Chinatown / When You Wore A Tulip   1952

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Jerry Hamm, drums.

Capitol Records' Melrose Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, November 3, 1951

LK226Chinatown, My Chinatown

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Tom Sharpsteen, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Jerry Hamm, drums.

RCA Victor's Studio, Los Angeles, CA, May 20, 1952

LK332When You Wore A Tulip

No. 68   Pete Daily - Clarinet Marmalade / Yelping Hound Blues   1952

Pete Daily, cornet; Warren Smith, trombone; Rosy McHargue, clarinet; Skippy Anderson, piano; George Defebaugh, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, December 24, 1947

CPM-1028-CYelping Hound Blues
CPM-1029-CClarinet Marmalade

** originally released on Jazz Man 30 in 1948.

No. 69   Turk Murphy - Messa Round / Oh, Daddy   1952

Don Kinch, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Bob Helm, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Pat Patton, banjo; George Bruns, tuba; Johnny Brent, drums.

Capitol Records' Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, July 10, 1951

LK212Mesa 'Round

Turk Murphy, trombone; Bob Helm, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Dick Lammi, banjo; Bob Short, tuba; Claire Austin, vocal.

Capitol Records' Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, April 1, 1952

318Oh, Daddy

No. 70   Kid Ory - 1919 Rag / Down Home Rag   1952

Mutt Carey, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone; Darnell Howard, clarinet; Buster Wilson, piano; Bud Scott, guitar; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, September 8, 1945

CRE10131919 Rag
CRE1015Down Home Rag

** originally released on Crescent 4 in 1945.

No. 71   Bob Scobey - Chicago / Sailing Down Chesapeake Bay   1952

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; George Probert, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal; Dick Lammi, bass; Fred Higuera, drums.

Oakland, CA, November 6, 1951

LK311Chicago
LK312Sailing Down Chesapeake Bay

No. 72   Kid Ory - South / Creole Song   1952

Mutt Carey, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone, vocal #2; Omer Simeon, clarinet; Buster Wilson, piano; Bud Scott, guitar; Ed Garland, bass; Alton Redd, drums.

MacGregor Studios, Los Angeles, CA, August 3, 1944

1. CPM-1033-1South
2. CPM-1035-2Creole Song

** originally released on Crescent 1 in 1944.

No. 73   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Lonesome Railroad Blues / Runnin' Wild   1952

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Tom Sharpsteen, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Jerry Hamm, drums.

RCA Victor's Studio, Los Angeles, CA, May 20, 1952

LK330Lonesome Railroad Blues
LK331Runnin' Wild

No. 74   Bob Scobey - Peoria / All The Wrongs You've Done   1952

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, Bob Mielke, Marshall Nichols, trombone; George Probert, clarinet, soprano sax; Wally Rose, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal; Dick Lammi, string bass; Bob Short, tuba; Fred Higuera, drums.

Oakland, CA, April 12, 1952

LK323Peoria
LK324All The Wrongs You've Done To Me

No. 75   Turk Murphy - Bay City / Cakewalkin' Babies   1952

Don Kinch, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Bob Helm, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Pat Patton, banjo; George Bruns, tuba; Johnny Brent, drums.

Capitol Records' Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, July 10, 1951

LK211Bay City

Bob Short, cornet, tuba; Turk Murphy, trombone; Bob Helm, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Dick Lammi, banjo; Claire Austin, vocal.

Capitol Records' Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, April 1, 1952

319Cakewalkin' Babies (From Home)

No. 76   The Banjo Kings - The Burglar Buck / Pickin' The Banjo   1952

Dick Roberts, tenor banjo; Red Roundtree, plectrum banjo; with Stan Wrightsman, piano; George Bruns, tuba, string bass; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 1952

The Burglar Buck
Pickin' The Banjo

No. 77   Kid Ory - Get Out Of Here / Blues For Jimmie Noone   1952

Mutt Carey, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone; Omer Simeon, clarinet; Buster Wilson, piano; Bud Scott, guitar; Ed Garland, bass; Alton Redd, drums.

MacGregor Studios, Los Angeles, CA, August 3, 1944

CPM-1032-1Get Out Of Here
CPM-1034-2Blues For Jimmie Noone

** originally released on Crescent 2 in 1944.

No. 78   Bob Scobey - Ace In The Hole / Silver Dollar   1953

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; George Probert, clarinet, soprano sax; Wally Rose, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal; Dick Lammi, string bass; Fred Higuera, drums.

Oakland, CA, June, 1953

LK337Ace In The Hole
LK338Silver Dollar

No. 79   Firehouse Five Plus Two - I've Been Floating Down / South   1953

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Jerry Hamm, drums.

Capitol Records' Melrose Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, November 3, 1951

LK227South

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Tom Sharpsteen, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Jerry Hamm, drums.

RCA Victor's Studio, Los Angeles, CA, May 20, 1952

LK329I've Been Floating Down The Old Green River

No. 80   The Banjo Kings - Chicken Pickin' Reel / Golden Slippers   1953

Dick Roberts, tenor banjo; Red Roundtree, plectrum banjo; with Bill Norris, piano; Ray Leatherwood, bass; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, April 7, 1953

Oh, Dem Golden Slippers
Chicken Pickin' Reel

No. 81   Kid Ory - Careless Love / Do What Ory Say   1953

Mutt Carey, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone, vocal #2; Omer Simeon, clarinet; Buster Wilson, piano; Bud Scott, guitar; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

International Studios, Los Angeles, CA, August 5, 1945

1. CRE1009Careless Love
2. CRE1010Do What Ory Say

** originally released on Crescent 5 in 1945.

No. 82   Bob Scobey - Long Gone / Hindustan   1953

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; George Probert, clarinet, soprano sax; Wally Rose, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal; Dick Lammi, string bass; Fred Higuera, drums.

Oakland, CA, June, 1953

LK347Long Gone
LK348Hindustan

No. 83   The Banjo Kings - Carolina In The Morning / Down South   1953

Dick Roberts, tenor banjo; Red Roundtree, plectrum banjo; with Bill Norris, piano; Ray Leatherwood, bass; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, April 7, 1953

Down South
Carolina In The Morning

No. 84   Kid Ory - Maple Leaf Rag / Weary Blues   1953

Mutt Carey, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone; Darnell Howard, clarinet; Buster Wilson, piano; Bud Scott, guitar; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, November 3, 1945

CRE1023Maple Leaf Rag
CRE1024Weary Blues

** originally released on Crescent 8 in 1946.

No. 85   Kid Ory - Original Dixieland One Step / Ory's Creole Trombone   1953

Mutt Carey, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone; Darnell Howard, clarinet; Buster Wilson, piano; Bud Scott, guitar; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.: same session.

Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, November 3, 1945

CRE1022Original Dixieland One Step
CRE1025Ory's Creole Trombone

** originally released on Crescent 6 in 1946.

No. 86   Bob Scobey - Huggin' And Chalkin' / Everything Is Peaches   1954

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; George Probert, clarinet, soprano sax; Wally Rose, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal; Dick Lammi, string bass; Fred Higuera, drums.

Oakland, CA, October 6, and November 10, 1953

LK362Huggin' And Chalkin' (as Huggin' & A-Chalkin')
LK367Everything Is Peaches Down In Georgia

No. 87   Kid Ory - St. James Infirmary / Bill Bailey   1954

Teddy Buckner, cornet; Kid Ory, trombone; Pud Brown, clarinet; Lloyd Glenn, piano; Julian Davidson, guitar; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, July 17, 1953

LK355St. James Infirmary
LK356Bill Bailey

No. 88   Paul Lingle - Louisiana Rag / Sister Kate   1953

Paul Lingle, piano; Bob Short, bass.

Capitol Records' Melrose Studio, Los Angeles, CA, February 11, 12 and 13, 1952

Louisiana Rag
I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate

No. 89   The Banjo Kings - Beautiful Dreamer / My Gal Sal   1954

Dick Roberts, tenor banjo; Red Roundtree, plectrum banjo; with Bill Norris, piano; Ray Leatherwood, bass; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, October 29, 1953

Beautiful Dreamer
My Gal Sal

No. 90   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Tuck Me To Sleep / Alabama Jubilee   1954

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; George Probert, clarinet, soprano sax; Frank Thomas, piano; Dick Roberts, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Capitol Records' Melrose Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, January 23, 1954

Tuck Me To Sleep In My Old Kentucky Home

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; George Probert, clarinet, soprano sax; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Monte Mountjoy, drums.

Capitol Records' Melrose Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, March 30, 1954

Alabama Jubilee

No. 91   Claire Austin - Nobody Knows You / The World's Jazz Crazy   1954

Claire Austin, vocal; with Kid Ory, trombone; Don Ewell, piano; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, April 2, 1954

411The World's Jazz Crazy
410Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out

No. 92   Kid Ory - Muskrat Ramble / When The Saints Go Marching In   1954

Alvin Alcorn, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone; George Probert, clarinet; Don Ewell, piano; Bill Newman, guitar; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, August 9 and 10, 1954

441When The Saints Go Marching In
439Muskrat Ramble

No. 93   Bob Scobey - Mobile / Battle Hymn Of The Republic   1955

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; Bill Napier, clarinet; Ernie Lewis, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal; Dick Lammi, bass; Earl Watkins, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, January 17, 20 and 21, 1955

Battle Hymn Of The Republic
Mobile

** also released on Good Time Jazz 45093 in 1955.

No. 94   Bob Scobey - Sweet Georgia Brown / Beale Street Mama   1955

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; Bill Napier, clarinet; Ernie Lewis, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal; Dick Lammi, bass; Earl Watkins, drums.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, January 17, 20 and 21, 1955

Sweet Georgia Brown
Beale Street Mama (as Beale Street Blues)

** also released on Good Time Jazz 45094 in 1955.

No. 95   Bob Scobey - Someday Sweetheart / Parsons, Kansas Blues   1955

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; Bill Napier, clarinet; Ernie Lewis, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal; Dick Lammi, bass; Earl Watkins, drums.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, January 17, 20 and 21, 1955

Someday Sweetheart
Parsons, Kansas Blues

** also released on Good Time Jazz 45095 in 1955.

No. 96   Bob Scobey - When The Midnight Choo-Choo / I Want To Go Back To Michigan   1956

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; Bill Napier, clarinet, bass clarinet; Ernie Lewis, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal; Hal McCormick, bass; Earl Watkins, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, July 6 and 7, 1955

When The Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves For Alabam'
I Want To Go Back To Michigan (Down On The Farm)

** also released on Good Time Jazz 45096 in 1956.

No. 97   The Banjo Kings - Bill Bailey / Bird In A Gilded Cage   1958

Dick Roberts, tenor banjo; Red Roundtree, plectrum banjo; plus Joe Heimlich, tenor banjo; with Stan Wrightsman, piano; Ray Leatherwood, bass; Mervin Strober, drums.

Good Time Jazz, Los Angeles, CA, July 25, 1958

Bird In A Gilded Cage
Bill Bailey

** also released on Good Time Jazz 45097 in 1958.

No. 98   Firehouse Five Plus Two - My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii / Japanese Sandman   1958

Danny Alguire, trumpet; Ward Kimball, trombone, leader; George Probert, soprano sax; Frank Thomas, piano; Dick Roberts, banjo; Don Kinch, tuba; Eddie Forrest, drums.

Good Time Jazz, Los Angeles, CA, February 3, 1958

Japanese Sandman

same personnel.

Good Time Jazz, Los Angeles, CA, March 27, 1961

My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii

** also released on Good Time Jazz 45098 in 1958.

No. 99   The Banjo Kings - San Antonio Rose / You Are My Sunshine   1958

Dick Roberts, tenor banjo; Red Roundtree, plectrum banjo; plus Ernie Anderson, tenor banjo; with Bill Norris, piano; Ray Leatherwood, bass; Ralph Hansell, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, October 19, 1954

You Are My Sunshine
San Antonio Rose

** also released on Good Time Jazz 45099 in 1958.

Good Time Jazz 45000 series (7 inch 45 rpm)

No. 45093   Bob Scobey - Mobile / Battle Hymn Of The Republic   1955

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; Bill Napier, clarinet; Ernie Lewis, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal; Dick Lammi, bass; Earl Watkins, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, January 17, 20 and 21, 1955

Battle Hymn Of The Republic
Mobile

** originally released on Good Time Jazz 93 in 1955.

No. 45094   Bob Scobey - Sweet Georgia Brown / Beale Street Mama   1955

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; Bill Napier, clarinet; Ernie Lewis, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal; Dick Lammi, bass; Earl Watkins, drums.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, January 17, 20 and 21, 1955

Sweet Georgia Brown
Beale Street Mama (as Beale Street Blues)

** originally released on Good Time Jazz 94 in 1955.

No. 45095   Bob Scobey - Someday Sweetheart / Parsons, Kansas Blues   1955

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; Bill Napier, clarinet; Ernie Lewis, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal; Dick Lammi, bass; Earl Watkins, drums.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, January 17, 20 and 21, 1955

Someday Sweetheart
Parsons, Kansas Blues

** originally released on Good Time Jazz 95 in 1955.

No. 45096   Bob Scobey - When The Midnight Choo-Choo / I Want To Go Back To Michigan   1956

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; Bill Napier, clarinet, bass clarinet; Ernie Lewis, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal; Hal McCormick, bass; Earl Watkins, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, July 6 and 7, 1955

When The Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves For Alabam'
I Want To Go Back To Michigan (Down On The Farm)

** originally released on Good Time Jazz 96 in 1956.

No. 45097   The Banjo Kings - Bill Bailey / Bird In A Gilded Cage   1958

Dick Roberts, tenor banjo; Red Roundtree, plectrum banjo; plus Joe Heimlich, tenor banjo; with Stan Wrightsman, piano; Ray Leatherwood, bass; Mervin Strober, drums.

Good Time Jazz, Los Angeles, CA, July 25, 1958

Bird In A Gilded Cage
Bill Bailey

** originally released on Good Time Jazz 97 in 1958.

No. 45098   Firehouse Five Plus Two - My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii / Japanese Sandman   1958

Danny Alguire, trumpet; Ward Kimball, trombone, leader; George Probert, soprano sax; Frank Thomas, piano; Dick Roberts, banjo; Don Kinch, tuba; Eddie Forrest, drums.

Good Time Jazz, Los Angeles, CA, February 3, 1958

Japanese Sandman

same personnel.

Good Time Jazz, Los Angeles, CA, March 27, 1961

My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii

** originally released on Good Time Jazz 98 in 1958.

No. 45099   The Banjo Kings - San Antonio Rose / You Are My Sunshine   1958

Dick Roberts, tenor banjo; Red Roundtree, plectrum banjo; plus Ernie Anderson, tenor banjo; with Bill Norris, piano; Ray Leatherwood, bass; Ralph Hansell, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, October 19, 1954

You Are My Sunshine
San Antonio Rose

** originally released on Good Time Jazz 99 in 1958.

No. 45100   Jesse Fuller - Jesse's New Midnight Special / San Francisco Bay Blues   1963

Jesse Fuller, vocal, 12-string guitar, harmonica, kazoo, cymbals, fotdella.

Good Time Jazz, Los Angeles, CA, 1963

San Francisco Bay Blues
Jesse's New Midnight Special

No. 45101   Clancy Hayes - Oceana Roll / You Took Advantage Of Me   1963

Clancy Hayes, vocal, guitar, banjo, drums; with Pud Brown, clarinet; Jess Stacy, piano; Bob Short, tuba; Shelly Manne, drums.

Good Time Jazz, Los Angeles, CA, January 18, 1958

You Took Advantage Of Me
Oceana Roll

No. 45102   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Flamin' Mamie / Hot Lips   1964

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; George Probert, soprano sax; Frank Thomas, piano; Dick Roberts, banjo; Don Kinch, tuba; Eddie Forrest, drums.

Good Time Jazz, Los Angeles, CA, April 20 and 26, May 18, and June 1, 1964

Flamin' Mamie
Hot Lips

No. 45103   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Mame / Winchester Cathedral   1969

Danny Alguire, right channel cornet; Don Kinch, left channel trumpet; Ward Kimball, trombone, leader; George Probert, soprano sax; Frank Thomas, piano; Bill Newman, banjo; George Bruns, tuba; Eddie Forrest, drums.

Contemporary's studio, Los Angeles, CA, November 28, 1966

Mame
Winchester Cathedral

No. 45201   Firehouse Five Plus Two - Chinatown, My Chinatown / Runnin' Wild

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Clarke Mallery, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Jerry Hamm, drums.

Capitol Records' Melrose Studio A, Los Angeles, CA, November 3, 1951

LK226Chinatown, My Chinatown

Danny Alguire, cornet; Ward Kimball, trombone; Tom Sharpsteen, clarinet; Frank Thomas, piano; Harper Goff, banjo; Ed Penner, tuba; Jerry Hamm, drums.

RCA Victor's Studio, Los Angeles, CA, May 20, 1952

LK331Runnin' Wild