Good Time Jazz Records Catalog: Ten Inch series

Good Time Jazz Ten Inch series (10 inch LP)

L-1   The Firehouse 5 Plus 2 (The FH5 Story Part I)   1953

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
LK101-4Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me
LK102-2Fireman's Lament
LK103-3San

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

** also released on Vogue (F) LD 116 as The Firehouse 5 Plus 2 (Vol. 1).

L-2   The Firehouse Five Plus Two (The FH5 Story Part II)   1953

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

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

LK147-2The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
LK148-6Pagan Love Song
LK149-5Yes Sir! That's My Baby
LK150-3Tiger Rag

same personnel.

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

LK177-1Down Where The Sun Goes Down
LK178-3St. Louis Blues
LK179-2Frankie & Johnny
LK180-4Copenhagen

** also released on Vogue (F) LD 120 as The Firehouse Five Plus Two (Vol. 3).

L-3   Ragtime Classics By Wally Rose   1953

Wally Rose, piano; Bob Short, tuba; Turk Murphy, washboard.

Italian Village, San Francisco, CA, February 17, 1953

King Porter Stomp
Cascades Rag
Easy Winners
Frog Legs Rag
Red Pepper Rag
The Pearls
Gladiolus Rag
Pineapple Rag

** also released on Vogue (F) LD 180.

L-4   Turk Murphy's Jazz Band Turk No. 1   1952

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone, vocal #4,8; Bob Helm, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Harry Mordecai, banjo; Dick Lammi, tuba, string bass.

Los Angeles, CA, May 31, 1949

1. LK104-4New Orleans Stomp
2. LK105-5Grandpa's Spells
3. LK106-3Papa Dip
4. LK107-2Trouble In Mind
5. LK108-1Chimes Blues
6. LK109-6Turk's Blues (Social Polecat)
7. LK110-2All The Wrongs You've Done To Me
8. LK111-1When My Sugar Walks Down The Street

** also released on Vogue (E) LDG 037 in 1955, (F) LD 117.

L-5   Turk Murphy's Jazz Band Turk 2   1952

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone, vocal #6,8; 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. LK139Trombone Rag
2. LK1401919 Rag
3. LK141Waiting For The Robert E. Lee
4. LK142Struttin' With Some Barbecue
5. LK143Ragtime Dance
6. LK144Darktown Strutters' Ball
7. LK145Irish Black Bottom
8. LK146Curse Of An Aching Heart

** also released on Vogue (E) LDG 078 in 1955, (F) LD 119.

L-6   The Firehouse 5 Plus 2 (Vol. 3) (The FH5 Story Part 3)   1953

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

same personnel.

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

LK191Lonesome Mama Blues
LK193Sobbin' Blues
LK194Sweet Georgia Brown

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

** also released on Vogue (F) LD 118 as The Firehouse 5 Plus 2 (Vol. 2).

L-7   Turk Murphy's Jazz Band Turk No. 3   1953

Don Kinch, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone, vocal #2,6; 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. LK152After You've Gone
3. LK153A Closer Walk With Thee
4. LK154Canal Street Blues
5. LK155Down By The Riverside
6. LK156St. James Infirmary
7. LK157Storyville Blues
8. LK158Ory's Creole Trombone

** also released on Vogue (E) LDG 180 in 1956, (F) LD 181.

L-8   Lu Watters' Yerba Buena Jazz Band Watters 1   1953

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-106Muskrat Ramble
MLB-107At A Georgia Camp Meeting
MLB-108Original Jelly Roll Blues
MLB-109Maple Leaf Rag
MLB-110Irish Black Bottom
MLB-112Smoky Mokes
MLB-113Memphis Blues

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

MLB-111Black And White Rag

** also released on Vogue (E) LDG 038 in 1955, (F) LD 121 as Lu Watters' Yerba Buena Jazz Band Watters' 1.

L-9   Bob Scobey's Frisco Band Scobey No. 1   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-1038Pretty Baby
CPM-1039Some Of These Days
CPM-1040Dippermouth Blues
CPM-1041St. Louis Blues

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal #2; Squire Girsback, bass; Fred Higuera, drums.

San Francisco, CA, February 23, 1951

1.Coney Island Washboard
2.Beale Street Mama
3.Wolverine Blues
4.That's A Plenty

** also released on Vogue (E) LDG 054 in 1955, (F) LD 215.

L-10   Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band 1944/45 Volume 1   1953

Mutt Carey, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone, vocal #4; 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-1032-1Get Out Of Here
2. CPM-1033-1South
3. CPM-1034-2Blues For Jimmie Noone
4. CPM-1035-2Creole Song

Mutt Carey, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone, vocal #3; Omer Simeon, clarinet; Buster Wilson, piano; Bud Scott, guitar, vocal #4; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

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

1. CRE1006Panama
2. CRE1009Careless Love
3. CRE1010Do What Ory Say
4. CRE1011Under The Bamboo Tree

** also released on Barclay (F) 6843 in 1955 as Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band. on Vogue (E) LDG 184 in 1956 as Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band 1944/45 Volume 2.

L-11   Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band 1944/45 Volume 2   1953

Mutt Carey, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone, vocal #4; Darnell Howard, clarinet; Buster Wilson, piano; Bud Scott, guitar; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

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

1. CRE10131919 Rag
2. CRE1014Maryland, My Maryland
3. CRE1015Down Home Rag
4. CRE1016Oh! Didn't He Ramble

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

CRE1022Original Dixieland One Step
CRE1023Maple Leaf Rag
CRE1024Weary Blues
CRE1025Ory's Creole Trombone

** also released on Barclay (F) 6844 in 1955 as Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band 2. on Vogue (E) LDG 055 in 1955 as Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band 1944/45 Volume 1.

L-12   no information

L-13   Paul Lingle At The Piano   1953

Paul Lingle, piano; Bob Short, bass #1,3-8; Monte Mountjoy, drums #6.

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

1.Yellow Dog Blues
2.Pastime Rag No. 3
3.London Blues
4.Blame It On The Blues
5.Memphis Blues
6.Sweet Substitute
7.Sidewalk Blues
8.Black Bottom Stomp

L-14   Bob Scobey's Frisco Band Vol. 2   1953

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
LK311Chicago
LK312Sailing Down Chesapeake Bay
LK315Melancholy

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
LK323Peoria
LK324All The Wrongs You've Done To Me

** also released on Vogue (E) LDG 109 in 1955, (F) LD 207.

L-15   Banjo Kings Volume One   1953

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
Hello Ma Baby
That Banjo Rag

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

L-16   Firehouse Five Plus Two Volume Four (The FH5 Story Part 4)   1953

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; 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
LK226Chinatown, My Chinatown
LK228Five Foot Two

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
LK332When You Wore A Tulip

** also released on Vogue (F) LD 196 as Firehouse Five Plus Two Volume Four.

L-17   Bunk Johnson And The Yerba Buena Jazz Band - Spirituals & Jazz   1953

Bunk Johnson, trumpet, vocal #8; Turk Murphy, trombone; Ellis Horne, clarinet; Burt Bales, piano; Pat Patton, banjo; Squire Girsback, bass; Clancy Hayes, drums, vocal #2,5; Sister Lottie Peavey, vocal #4,7.

San Francisco, CA, spring 1944

1. RM402Careless Love
2.219 Blues
3.The Girls Go Crazy
4.When I Move To The Sky
5. RM401Ace In The Hole
6.Ory's Creole Trombone
7.Nobody's Fault But Mine
8.Down By The Riverside

** also released on Vogue (E) LDG 110 in 1955.

L-18   Turk Murphy's Jazz Band Turk No. 4   1953

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
LK210Minstrels Of Annie Street
LK211Bay City
LK212Mesa 'Round

Turk Murphy, trombone; Bob Helm, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Dick Lammi, banjo; Bob Short, tuba, cornet #3; Claire Austin, vocal #1-3.

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

1. 317Hot Time In The Old Town
2. 318Oh, Daddy
3. 319Cakewalkin' Babies (From Home)
4. 320Wolverine Blues

** also released on Vogue (E) LDG 186 in 1956.

L-19   Burt Bales After Hours   1953

Burt Bales, piano.

Sound Recorders, San Francisco, CA, October 22, 1949

Temptation Rag
Wild Man Blues
Mister Joe
Kansas City Man Blues
Chicago Breakdown
Melancholy
New Orleans Joys
Midnight Mama

** also released on Vogue (E) LDG 136 in 1955.

L-20   no information

L-21   Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band 1953   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

LK353South Rampart Street Parade
LK354The Girls Go Crazy
LK355St. James Infirmary
LK356Bill Bailey

Teddy Buckner, cornet; Kid Ory, trombone; Bob McCracken, clarinet; Don Ewell, piano; Julian Davidson, guitar; Morty Corb, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, December 1, 1953

Milneberg Joys
Bucket's Got A Hole In It
Creole Love Call
Aunt Hagar's Blues

** also released on Vogue (E) LDG 093 in 1955, (F) LD 206.

L-22   Bob Scobey's Frisco Band Volume 3   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, June, 1953

LK337Ace In The Hole
LK338Silver Dollar
LK347Long Gone
LK348Hindustan

Bob Scobey, trumpet; Jack Buck, trombone; George Probert, clarinet, soprano sax; Wally Rose, piano; Clancy Hayes, banjo, vocal #1-3; Dick Lammi, string bass; Fred Higuera, drums.

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

1. LK362Huggin' And Chalkin' (as Huggin' & A-Chalkin')
2. LK367Everything Is Peaches Down In Georgia
3.Big Butter And Egg Man
4.Sidewalk Blues

** also released on Vogue (E) LDG 155 in 1955, (F) LD 226.

L-23   Firehouse Five Plus 2 Volume 5 - Goes South!   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

Basin Street Blues
Tuck Me To Sleep In My Old Kentucky Home
At A Georgia Camp Meeting

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
I'm Gonna Charleston Back To Charleston
Original Dixieland One-Step

L-24   Claire Austin Sings The Blues   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
Down Hearted Blues
See See Rider
Good Time Flat Blues
Careless Love
410Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
Mecca Flat Blues
'Fore Day Creep

** also released on Vogue (E) LDG 185 in 1956.

L-25   The Banjo Kings (Vol. 2)   1954

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

same session.

Oh, Dem Golden Slippers
Chicken Pickin' Reel

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, October 29, 1953

I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
Beautiful Dreamer
My Gal Sal
Banjo Happy

L-26   Banjo Kings Go West Vol. 3   1955

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

The Columbus Stockade Blues
Steel Guitar Rag
You Are My Sunshine
San Antonio Rose

Dick Roberts, tenor banjo; Red Roundtree, plectrum banjo; plus Ernie Anderson, tenor banjo; with Stan Wrightsman, piano; Ray Leatherwood, bass; Nick Fatool, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, December 6, 1954

Westward Ho!
Home On The Range
Home In San Antone
Panhandle Rag