Riverside Records Catalog: 100 series

Riverside Jazz Archives 100 series (12 inch LP)

RLP 12-101   Young Louis Armstrong

Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, cornet; Honore Dutrey, trombone; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Lil Hardin, piano; Bill Johnson, banjo; Baby Dodds, drums.

Richmond, IN, April 5, 1923

11386-CI'm Going Away To Wear You Off My Mind

Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, cornet; Honore Dutrey, trombone; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Stomp Evans, C melody sax; Lil Hardin, piano; Johnny St. Cyr, banjo; Baby Dodds, drums.

Richmond, IN, October 5, 1923

11633-BAlligator Hop
11638Krooked Blues

Louis Armstrong, cornet; Charlie Green, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Fletcher Henderson, piano; Charlie Dixon, banjo; Kaiser Marshall, drums; Ma Rainey, vocals.

NYC, circa October 16, 1924

1926-2Jelly Bean Blues
1927-2Countin' The Blues

Louis Armstrong, cornet; Aaron Thompson, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Lil Armstrong, piano; Buddy Christian, banjo.

NYC, November 8, 1924

9177Of All The Wrongs You've Done To Me

same personnel.

NYC, November 26, 1924

9206Terrible Blues
9207Santa Claus Blues

Louis Armstrong, Elmer Chambers, Howard Scott, cornet; Charlie Green, trombone; Bob Escudero, tuba; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Don Redman, alto sax; Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax; Fletcher Henderson, piano; Charlie Dixon, banjo; Kaiser Marshall, drums.

NYC, circa November-December, 1924

1974-1Mandy, Make Up Your Mind

Louis Armstrong, cornet; Charlie Irvis, trombone; Sidney Bechet, clarinet, soprano sax; Lil Armstrong, piano; Buddy Christian, banjo; Alberta Hunter as Josephine Beatty, Clarence Todd, vocals.

NYC, December 22, 1924

9246Nobody Knows The Way I Feel 'Dis Mornin'

Louis Armstrong, cornet; Charlie Irvis, trombone; Sidney Bechet, clarinet, soprano sax; Lil Armstrong, piano; Buddy Christian, banjo; Beatty And Todd: Alberta Hunter as Josephine Beatty, Clarence Todd, vocals.

9248-ACake Walking Babies

Louis Armstrong, cornet; Charlie Green, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Lil Hardin, piano; Charlie Dixon, banjo; Trixie Smith, vocals.

NYC, March, 1925

2064-1,2The Railroad Blues

RLP 12-102   New Orleans Rhythm Kings With Jelly Roll Morton - N.O.R.K.

Paul Mares, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Leon Roppolo, clarinet; Mel Stitzel, piano; Ben Pollack, drums.

Richmond, IN, March 12, 1923

11352Sweet Lovin' Man
11354-BShimmeshawabble
11355-BWeary Blues

same personnel.

Richmond, IN, March 13, 1923

11356That Da Da Strain
11357-BWolverine Blues

Paul Mares, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Leon Roppolo, clarinet; Glen Scoville, alto, tenor sax; Jack Pettis, C melody sax; Jelly Roll Morton, piano #1,2,4,5; Charlie Pierce, piano #3; Lew Black, banjo; Steve Brown, bass; Ben Pollack, drums.

Richmond, IN, July 17, 1923

1. 11535-ASobbin' Blues
2. 11536-AMarguerite
3. 11539Angry
4. 11540-AClarinet Marmalade
5. 11541-AMr. Jelly Lord

Paul Mares, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Leon Roppolo, clarinet; Glen Scoville, alto, tenor sax; Jack Pettis, C melody sax; Jelly Roll Morton, piano; Lew Black, banjo; Steve Brown, bass; Ben Pollack, drums.

Richmond, IN, July 18, 1923

11550London Blues
11551-CMilenberg Joys

** part of Milestone M-47020.

RLP 12-103   Young Fats Waller Rediscovered Early Solos

no details.

RLP 12-104   Johnny Dodds - Early Recordings By The Great New Orleans Clarinetist

Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Jimmy Blythe, piano; Buddy Burton, washboard.

Chicago, IL, May, 1926

2541-1Bohunkus Blues
2542-1Buddy Burton's Jazz

Junie Cobb, cornet; unknown, trombone; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Lovie Austin, piano; Viola Bartlette, vocals.

2554-2Walk Easy 'Cause My Papa's Here

Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Junie Cobb, clarinet, alto sax; Jimmy Blythe or Tiny Parham, piano; Eustern Woodfork, banjo.

Chicago, IL, August, 1926

East Cost Trot
Chicago Buzz

Shirley Clay, cornet; Albert Wynn, trombone; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Lovie Austin, piano; Houston Woodfork, banjo; Henry Williams, vocals #1.

1. 2621-1Chicago Mess Around
2. 2622-1Galion Stomp

Natty Dominique, cornet; Eddie Ellis, trombone; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Tiny Parham, piano; Jasper Taylor, washboard.

Chicago, IL, late 1926

If Must Be The Blues
State Street Blues

Natty Dominique, cornet; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Jimmy Blythe, piano; Baby Dodds, washboard.

Richmond, IN, August 15, 1927

12990The Weary Way Blues
12991-ACootie Stomp

Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Blind Blake, guitar, vocals; Jimmy Bertland, woodblock, slide whistle.

Chicago, IL, circa April, 1928

20522-2Southbound Rag

RLP 12-105   James P. Johnson Rare Solos

James P. Johnson, piano roll.

NYC, May, 1921

Carolina Shout
Eccentricity

same personnel.

NYC, September, 1921

Arkansas Blues
Cry Baby Blues

same personnel.

NYC, February, 1922

The Down Home Blues

same personnel.

NYC, March, 1922

Look What A Fool I've Been
Ole Miss Blues

same personnel.

NYC, April, 1922

Muscle Shoals Blues

James P. Johnson, piano.

NYC, circa March 24, 1924

Running Wild Medley: Charleston / Old Fashioned Love / Open Your Heart / Love Bug

James P. Johnson, piano roll.

NYC, July, 1926

Harlem Choc'late Babies On Parade

same personnel.

NYC, November, 1926

Sugar

RLP 12-106   Albert Ammons, Meade "Lux" Lewis, Pete Johnson - Giants Of Boogie Woogie

Meade "Lux" Lewis, piano.

NYC, circa February, 1939

R-2087Messin' Around
R-2088Deep Fives
R-2089Blues De Lux
R-2095Closin' Hour Blues

Albert Ammons, piano.

NYC, April 8, 1939

R-2090St. Louis Blues
R-2091Mecca Flat Blues
R-2092Bass Goin' Crazy
R-2093Monday Struggle

Pete Johnson, piano.

NYC, April 16, 1939

R-125B & O Blues
R-127Climbin' And Screamin'
R-129Pete's Blues
R-130Let 'Em Jump

RLP 12-107   Muggsy Spanier - Kid Muggsy's Jazz

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; Guy Carey, trombone; Volly De Faut, clarinet; Mel Stitzel, piano; Marvin Saxbe, banjo, guitar, cymbals.

Richmond, IN, February 25, 1924

11766-BSteady Roll Blues
11768-BReally A Pain
11769-BChicago Blues
11770-BHot Mittens

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; Guy Carey, trombone; Joe Gish, tuba; Volly De Faut, clarinet; Mel Stitzel, piano; Ben Pollack, drums.

Chicago, IL, circa July, 1925

828Why Couldn't It Be Poor Little Me
829Everybody Loves My Baby

Dick Feigie, Muggsy Spanier, cornet; Frank Teschemacher, clarinet; Charles Pierce, alto sax; Ralph Rudder, tenor sax; Dan Liscomb, piano; Stuart Branch, guitar; Johnny Mueller, bass; Paul Kettler, drums.

Chicago, IL, circa February, 1927

20399-1Bull Frog Blues
20400-2China Boy

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; Frank Teschemacher, clarinet; Mezz Mezzrow, tenor sax; Joe Sullivan, piano; Eddie Condon, banjo; Jim Lannigan, tuba; George Wettling, drums; Red McKenzie, vocals.

Chicago, IL, November 12, 1927

20563Friar's Point Shuffle
Darktown Strutters' Ball

RLP 12-108   Ma Rainey - Classic Blues

Tommy Ladnier, cornet; Jimmy O'Bryant, clarinet; Lovie Austin, piano; Ma Rainey, vocals.

Chicago, IL, December, 1923

1598-2Barrel House Blues

same session.

1613-2Walking Blues

Joe Smith, cornet; Charlie Green, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Fletcher Henderson, piano; Charlie Dixon, banjo; Coleman Hawkins, bass sax; Kaiser Marshall, drums; Ma Rainey, vocals.

NYC, early December, 1925

2370-2Yonder Come The Blues
2376-2Stack O'Lee Blues

possibly Leroy Pickett, violin; Blind Blake, guitar; Ma Rainey, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa December, 1926

4020-2Grievin' Hearted Blues

Shirley Clay, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone; unknown, tuba; Claude "Hop" Hopkins, piano; unknown, banjo; Ma Rainey, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa August, 1927

4683-2Blues Oh Blues

Shirley Clay, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone; unknown, tuba; Claude "Hop" Hopkins, piano; unknown, banjo; Ma Rainey, vocals; unknown male speech.

4692-1Oh, Papa Blues

Georgia Tom Dorsey, piano; Martell Pettiford, banjo; Herman Brown, kazoo, washboard, tub bass; Carl Reid, jug, jazzhorn; Ma Rainey, vocals; band moaning effects.

Chicago, IL, circa June, 1928

20663-2Hear Me Talking To You
20665-2Prove It On Me Blues
20666-1Victim Of The Blues

Papa Charlie Jackson, banjo, vocals; Ma Rainey, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa December, 1928

21044-1Big Feeling Blues

RLP 12-109   Fats Waller - The Amazing Mr. Waller

Fats Waller, piano, organ, vocals.

Langworth Transcriptions, NYC, November 20, 1939

043185-1Go Down Moses
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
Hallelujah, I'm A Bum
Hand Me Down My Walking Cane
043186-1Frankie And Johnny
She'll Be Comin' Round The Mountain
Deep River
Lord Delivered Daniel
043188-1Intermezzo (From Cavalleria Rusticana)
When You And I Were Young, Maggie
Loch Lomond
Oh! Susannah
043189-1Old Oaken Bucket
Faust Waltz
Annie Laurie
Oh! Dem Golden Slippers

RLP 12-110   Various Artists - The Golden Age Of Ragtime

Scott Joplin, piano roll.

1903

Something Doing

same personnel.

possibly circa October, 1909?

Pineapple Rag and Euphonic Sounds

same personnel.

1910

Stoptime Rag

same personnel.

February 21, 1913

Kismet Rag

same personnel.

May, 1916

Weeping Willow Rag

RLP 12-111   Jelly Roll Morton - Classic Piano Solos

Jelly Roll Morton, piano.

Richmond, IN, July 17, 1923

11537King Porter Stomp
11538New Orleans Joys

same personnel.

Richmond, IN, July 18, 1923

11544Grandpa's Spells
11545Kansas City Stomps
11546Wolverine Blues

same personnel.

Richmond, IN, June 9, 1924

11908-AShreveport Stomp
11911-AJelly Roll Blues
11912-ABig Foot Ham (as Big Fat Ham)
11913-ABucktown Blues
11914Tom Cat Blues
11915-AStratford Hunch
11917The Perfect Rag

RLP 12-112   Various Artists - The Riverside History Of Classic Jazz, Vol. 1 & 2 - Backgrounds / Ragtime

Scott Joplin, piano roll.

1904

The Cascades

James Scott, piano roll.

1906

Frog Legs Rag

Joseph Lamb, piano roll.

circa 1914

SL408:8PAmerican Beauty Rag

Sodero's Military Band.

NYC, before 1920

Slidus Trombonus

Cakewalk, piano roll.

before 1920

At A Georgia Camp Meeting

John F. Burckhardt, piano; Fred Van Eps, banjo.

Edison, NY, February 6, 1924

9365Ragtime Oriole

Jelly Roll Morton, piano.

Richmond, IN, June 9, 1924

11917The Perfect Rag

Blind Lemon Jefferson, guitar, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa November, 1926

3077-2Shuckin' Sugar Blues

Rev. J.M. Gates, sermon.

NYC, circa December 6, 1926

GEX-365I'm Going To Heaven If It Takes My Life

Cow Cow Davenport, piano.

Richmond, IN, April 1, 1929

14986-AAtlanta Rag

Royal Drums Of The Abatutsi, Abatutsi Girls Songs.

Belgian Congo, 1951-1952

Lobertina

Rhythmic Chants Of Southern Negro Street Vendors.

Charleston, SC, circa 1952

Street Cries Of Charleston

** part of Riverside SDP 11, RB 005, 3RBCD 005-2.

RLP 12-113   Various Artists - The Riverside History Of Classic Jazz, Vol. 3 & 4 - The Blues / New Orleans Style

Paul Mares, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Leon Roppolo, clarinet; Jack Pettis, C melody sax; Elmer Schoebel, piano; Lew Black, banjo; Steve Brown, bass; Frank Snyder, drums.

Richmond, IN, August 30, 1922

11184Livery Stable Blues

Murphy Steinberg, cornet; Santo Pecora, trombone; Charlie Bezimek, Roy Kramer, clarinet, alto sax; Art Kassel, clarinet, tenor sax; Otto Barberino, violin; Elmer Schoebel, piano, arranger, director; Lou Black, banjo; Steve Brown, tuba; ??? Schoebel, drums; Billy Meyers, vocals.

Richmond, IN, circa April 2, 1923

11379-ABlue Grass Blues

Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, cornet; Honore Dutrey, trombone; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Lil Hardin, piano; Bill Johnson, banjo; Baby Dodds, drums.

Richmond, IN, April 6, 1923

11390-BFroggie Moore

Dominique "T-Boy" Remay, cornet; Roy Palmer, trombone; Wilson Townes, clarinet; Arville Harris, alto sax; Jelly Roll Morton, piano; Jasper Taylor, woodblock.

Chicago, IL, June 23, 1923

1434-2Big Foot Ham

Tommy Ladnier, cornet; Jimmy O'Bryant, clarinet; Lovie Austin, piano; Ida Cox, vocals.

Chicago, IL, summer 1923

1509I've Got The Blues For Rampart Street

Jelly Roll Morton, piano.

Richmond, IN, July 18, 1923

11547The Pearls

Louis Armstrong, cornet; Charlie Irvis, trombone; Sidney Bechet, clarinet, soprano sax; Lil Armstrong, piano; Buddy Christian, banjo; Beatty And Todd: Alberta Hunter as Josephine Beatty, Clarence Todd, vocals.

NYC, December 22, 1924

9248-ACake Walking Babies

Joe Smith, cornet; Charlie Green, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Fletcher Henderson, piano; Charlie Dixon, banjo; Coleman Hawkins, bass sax; Kaiser Marshall, drums; Ma Rainey, vocals.

NYC, early December, 1925

2371-1Titanic Man Blues

George Perkins, piano; Blind Lemon Jefferson, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa May, 1927

4491-5Rising High Water Blues

Joe Smith, cornet; Russell Smith, trumpet; Charlie Green, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Happy Caldwell, tenor sax; James P. Johnson, piano; Charlie Dixon, banjo; Harry Hull, bass; Kaiser Marshall, drums; Bessie Smith, vocals; The T. Rosamund Johnson And The Hall Johnson Choir, mixed vocal chorus.

film soundtrack, NYC, circa August, 1929

NY39St. Louis Blues, Part 1
NY40St. Louis Blues, Part 2
NY41St. Louis Blues, Part 3
NY42St. Louis Blues, Part 4

Big Bill Broonzy, guitar, vocals.

Richmond, IN, February, 1932

GEN18385Big Bill Blues

Lee Collins, trumpet; Lovie Austin, piano; John Lindsay, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; Bertha "Chippie" Hill, vocals.

Chicago, IL, February 5, 1946

C7Around The Clock Blues

** part of Riverside SDP 11, RB 005, 3RBCD 005-2.

RLP 12-114   Various Artists - The Riverside History Of Classic Jazz, Vol. 5 & 6 - South Side Chicago / Boogie Woogie

Elwood Graham, Freddie Keppard, cornet; Fred Garland, trombone; Jimmie Noone, clarinet; Clifford Kings, Jerome Pasquall, Joe Poston, sax; Jimmy Bell, violin; Tony Spaulding, piano; Bill Newton, tuba; Bert Green, drums.

Richmond, IN, January 21, 1924

11731The Memphis Maybe Man

Tommy Ladnier or Lee Collins or Natty Dominique, cornet; Kid Ory, trombone; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Lovie Austin or probably Lil Hardin, piano; Johnny St. Cyr, banjo; W.E. Burton, drums.

Chicago, IL, April, 1926

11096-2Jackass Blues

Freddie Keppard, cornet; Eddie Vincent, trombone; Jimmy O'Bryant, clarinet; Arthur Campbell, piano; Jasper Taylor, woodblock; Papa Charlie Jackson, vocals.

Chicago, IL, September, 1926

2653-1Salty Dog

Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Tiny Parham, piano.

Chicago, IL, fall 1926

4332Oh, Daddy

Natty Dominique, trumpet; Jimmy O'Bryant, clarinet; Jimmy Blythe, piano; Jasper Taylor, drums.

Chicago, IL, 1928

1515Mama Stayed Out

Wesley Wallace, piano.

Grafton, WI, November 15, 1929

L-184-2No. 29

Roy Palmer, trombone; Darnell Howard, clarinet, alto sax; Jimmy Blythe, piano; unknown, banjo; Jimmy Bertland, washboard; Albert Bell, kazoo; Eddie Hudson, vocals.

Richmond, IN, March 17, 1931

GE17622Careless Love

Meade "Lux" Lewis, piano.

NYC, circa February, 1939

R-2096Far Ago Blues

Pete Johnson, piano.

NYC, April 16, 1939

R-122Lone Star Blues

Jimmy Yancey, piano.

Chicago, IL, May 4, 1939

R-2418-1The Fives

Art Hodes, piano.

Chicago, IL, August 10, 1939

R-2198South Side Shuffle

Cripple Clarence Lofton, piano, vocals.

Chicago, IL, 1939

Blue Boogie

** part of Riverside SDP 11, RB 005, 3RBCD 005-2.

RLP 12-115   Various Artists - The Riverside History Of Classic Jazz, Vol. 7 & 8 - Chicago Style / Harlem

James P. Johnson, piano roll.

NYC, June, 1922

Harlem Strut

Fats Waller, piano roll.

NYC, circa July, 1923

Mama's Got The Blues

Bix Beiderbecke, cornet; Jimmy Hartwell, clarinet, alto sax; George Johnson, tenor sax; Dick Voynow, piano, director; Bob Gillette, banjo; Min Leibrook, tuba; Vic Berton, drums.

Richmond, IN, June 20, 1924

11931-CRoyal Garden Blues

Bubber Miley, trumpet; Charlie Irvis, trombone; Otto Hardwick, alto sax; Duke Ellington, piano; Fred Guy, banjo; Sonny Greer, drums.

NYC, November, 1924

T2006Rainy Nights

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; Guy Carey, trombone; Joe Gish, tuba; Volly De Faut, clarinet; Mel Stitzel, piano; Marvin Saxbe, banjo.

Chicago, IL, circa November, 1924

149Why Couldn't It Be Poor Little Me

Jimmy McPartland, cornet; Jimmy Hartwell, clarinet, alto sax; George Johnson, tenor sax; Dick Voynow, piano, director; Bob Gillette, banjo; Min Leibrook, tuba; Vic Moore, drums; Dave Harmon, vocals.

NYC, December 4, 1924

9218-BWhen My Sugar Walks Down The Street

Cliff Jackson, piano roll.

NYC, September, 1926

Hock Shop Blues

Dick Feigie, Muggsy Spanier, cornet; Frank Teschemacher, clarinet; Charles Pierce, alto sax; Ralph Rudder, tenor sax; Dan Liscomb, piano; Stuart Branch, guitar; Johnny Mueller, bass; Paul Kettler, drums.

Chicago, IL, circa February, 1927

20400-2China Boy

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; Frank Teschemacher, clarinet; Mezz Mezzrow, tenor sax; Joe Sullivan, piano; Eddie Condon, banjo; Jim Lannigan, tuba; George Wettling, drums; Red McKenzie, vocals.

Chicago, IL, November 12, 1927

20563Friar's Point Shuffle

Tommy Ladnier, Joe Smith, cornet; Russell Smith, trumpet; Charlie Green, Jimmy Harrison, trombone; June Coles, tuba; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Don Pasquall, alto sax; Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax; Fletcher Henderson, piano; Charlie Dixon, banjo; Kaiser Marshall, drums; Don Redman, arranger.

NYC, early 1928

2859Hop Off

Ed Allen, King Oliver, cornet; Ed Cuffee, trombone; Arville Harris, Benny Waters, clarinet, sax; Clarence Williams, piano; LeRoy Harris, banjo; Cyrus St. Clair, sousaphone.

NYC, 1928

268Midnight Stomp

Wingy Manone, trumpet, vocals; Miff Frink, trombone; George Walters, clarinet; Joe Dunn, tenor sax; Maynard Spencer, piano; unknown, banjo; Orville Haynes, tuba; Dash Burkis, drums.

Richmond, IN, September 19, 1930

17058Up The Country

** part of Riverside SDP 11, RB 005, 3RBCD 005-2.

RLP 12-116   Various Artists - The Riverside History Of Classic Jazz, Vol. 9 & 10 - New York Style / New Orleans Revival

Phil Napoleon, cornet; Charles Panelli, trombone; Jimmy Lytell, clarinet; Frank Signorelli, piano; Jack Roth, drums.

NYC, December 12, 1922

8154-BSweet Lovin' Mama (Please Come Back To Me)

Bill Moore, Red Nichols, cornet; Tommy Dorsey, trombone; Arnold Brillhardt, Freddie Cusick, Bobby Davis, Jimmy Dorsey, sax, clarinet; Irvin Brodsky, piano; Tommy Fellini, banjo; Adrian Rollini, bass sax; Stan King, drums; Ed Kirkeby, leader.

NYC, September 15, 1925

Sweet Man

Red Nichols, cornet; Miff Mole, trombone; Jimmy Dorsey, clarinet, alto sax; Alfie Evans, alto sax; Arthur Schutt, piano; Joe Tarto, tuba; Victor Berton, drums.

Edison, NY, October 13, 1926

11246-AStampede

Yank Lawson, trumpet; Brad Gowans, trombone; Ray Eckstrand, Pee Wee Russell, clarinet; James P. Johnson, piano; Eddie Condon, guitar; Bob Haggart, bass; Tony Sbarbaro, drums.

NYC, November 20, 1943

T1903Yank's Blues

Bunk Johnson, trumpet; Jim Robinson, trombone; George Lewis, clarinet; Alton Purnell, piano; Lawrence Marrero, banjo; Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageau, bass; Kid Collins, drums.

New Orleans, LA, February 2, 1945

T.3(Make Me A) Pallet On The Floor

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; George Brunis, trombone, vocals; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Luckey Roberts, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Cyrus St. Clair, sousaphone; Baby Dodds, drums.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, February 8, 1947

CL57Muskrat Ramble

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; Jimmy Archey, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Ralph Sutton, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guest: Bertha "Chippie" Hill, vocals.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, July 26, 1947

NY43Eccentric

Andrew Blakeney, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone; Joe Darensbourg, clarinet; Buster Wilson, piano; Bud Scott, guitar, vocals; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", Hollywood, CA, August 9, 1947

LA4Weary Blues

Bob Scobey, Lu Watters, trumpet; Turk Murphy, trombone; Bob Helm, clarinet; Wally Rose, piano; Harry Mordecai, banjo; Dick Lammi, tuba; Bill Dart, drums.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", San Francisco, CA, August 16, 1947

SF9Antigua Blues

George Lewis, clarinet; Alton Purnell, piano, vocals; Lawrence Marrero, banjo; Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageau, bass.

New Orleans, LA, September 25, 1953

Careless Love

Bob Hodes, cornet; Charlie Sonnanstine, trombone; Joe Darensbourg, clarinet; Robin Wetterau, piano; Jack Vastine, banjo, vocals; Gene Mayl, bass, tuba.

Dayton, OH, December, 1953

St. James Infirmary

Everett Farey, cornet; Bob Helm, clarinet; Hank Ross, piano; Bill Stanley, tuba; Bob Thompson, washboard.

NYC, October 8, 1954

Dawn Club Joys

** part of Riverside SDP 11, RB 005, 3RBCD 005-2.

RLP 12-117   Coleman Hawkins A Documentary, Vol. 1

Coleman Hawkins, speaking.

NYC, summer 1956

Early Days
The Henderson Period
Europe In The 30's
Body And Soul

RLP 12-118   Coleman Hawkins A Documentary, Vol. 2

Coleman Hawkins, speaking.: same session.

NYC, summer 1956

The Coming Of Modern Jazz
New York: The Toughest Town
Some Thoughts On Today And Tomorrow
Some Thoughts On Rock And Roll

RLP 12-119   Various Artists - New Orleans Legends

Henry "Kid" Rena, trumpet; Jim Robinson, trombone; "Big Eye" Louis Nelson, Alphonse Picou, clarinet; Willie Santiago, guitar; Albert Gleny, bass; Joe Rena, drums.

WWL Radio Station, Roosevelt Hotel, New Orleans, LA, August 21, 1940

B801-AGettysburg March
B803Lowdown Blues
B804High Society
B805Clarinet Marmalade
B806Weary Blues
B807Get It Right

Bunk Johnson, trumpet; Jim Robinson, trombone; George Lewis, clarinet; Alton Purnell, piano; Lawrence Marrero, banjo; Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageau, bass; Kid Collins, drums.

New Orleans, LA, February 2, 1945

T.1Tiger Rag
T.2Weary Blues
T.4Careless Love

Andrew Blakeney, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone; Joe Darensbourg, clarinet; Buster Wilson, piano; Bud Scott, guitar, vocals; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", Hollywood, CA, August 9, 1947

LA1Snag It
LA2Savoy Blues
LA3-1Down Among The Sheltering Palms

RLP 12-120   Lil Armstrong A Documentary - Satchmo And Me

no details.

RLP 12-121   Various Artists - Great Blues Singers

Tommy Ladnier, cornet; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Lovie Austin, piano; Ida Cox, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa August, 1924

1842-4Wild Women Don't Have The Blues

Joe Smith, cornet; Charlie Green, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Fletcher Henderson, piano; Charlie Dixon, banjo; Coleman Hawkins, bass sax; Kaiser Marshall, drums; Ma Rainey, vocals.

NYC, early December, 1925

2374-1Oh, My Babe Blues

Lil Henderson, piano; Ma Rainey, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa June, 1926

2631-1Trust No Man

Homer Hobson, cornet; Albert Wynn, trombone; Tom Brown, clarinet, alto sax; Doc Cheatham, soprano sax; Lil Henderson, piano; Rip Bassett, banjo; Ben Thigpen, drums; unknown, musical saw; Ma Rainey, vocals.

2627-1Down In The Basement

Joe Smith, cornet; Russell Smith, trumpet; Charlie Green, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Happy Caldwell, tenor sax; James P. Johnson, piano; Charlie Dixon, banjo; Harry Hull, bass; Kaiser Marshall, drums; Bessie Smith, vocals; The T. Rosamund Johnson And The Hall Johnson Choir, mixed vocal chorus.

film soundtrack, NYC, circa August, 1929

NY39St. Louis Blues, Part 1
NY40St. Louis Blues, Part 2
NY41St. Louis Blues, Part 3
NY42St. Louis Blues, Part 4

Lee Collins, trumpet; Freddy Shayne, piano #1; Lovie Austin, piano #2; John Lindsay, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; Bertha "Chippie" Hill, vocals.

Chicago, IL, February 5, 1946

1. C4Charleston Blues
2. C7Around The Clock Blues

Mutt Carey, trumpet; Hociel Thomas, piano, vocals.

San Francisco, CA, August 30, 1946

SF3Go Down Sunshine

RLP 12-122   Louis Armstrong 1923 With King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band

Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, cornet; Honore Dutrey, trombone; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Lil Hardin, piano; Bill Johnson, banjo; Baby Dodds, drums.

Richmond, IN, April 5, 1923

11383-BJust Gone
11384-BCanal Street Blues
11385-CMandy Lee Blues
11387-AChimes Blues

same personnel.

Richmond, IN, April 6, 1923

11388Weather Bird Rag
11389-BDippermouth Blues
11390-BFroggie Moore
11391Snake Rag

Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, cornet; Honore Dutrey, trombone; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Lil Hardin, piano; Johnny St. Cyr, banjo; Charlie Jackson, bass sax; Baby Dodds, drums.

Chicago, IL, circa December 24, 1923

1622-2Mabel's Dream
1623-2The Southern Stomp
1624-2Riverside Blues

RLP 12-123   Bix Beiderbecke And The Wolverines

Bix Beiderbecke, cornet; Al Gande, trombone; Jimmy Hartwell, clarinet, alto sax; George Johnson, tenor sax; Dick Voynow, piano, director; Bob Gillette, banjo; Min Leibrook, tuba; Vic Moore, drums.

Richmond, IN, February 18, 1924

11751-AFidgety Feet
11754-AJazz Me Blues

Bix Beiderbecke, cornet; Jimmy Hartwell, clarinet, alto sax; George Johnson, tenor sax; Dick Voynow, piano, director; Bob Gillette, banjo; Min Leibrook, tuba; Vic Moore, drums.

Richmond, IN, May 6, 1924

11852Oh Baby
11853Copenhagen
11854-CRiverboat Shuffle
11855-ASusie

Bix Beiderbecke, cornet; Jimmy Hartwell, clarinet, alto sax; George Johnson, tenor sax; Dick Voynow, piano, director; Bob Gillette, banjo; Min Leibrook, tuba; Vic Berton, drums.

Richmond, IN, June 20, 1924

11931-CRoyal Garden Blues
11932Tiger Rag

Bix Beiderbecke, cornet; George Brunis, trombone, kazoo; Jimmy Hartwell, clarinet, alto sax; George Johnson, tenor sax; Dick Voynow, piano, director; Bob Gillette, banjo; Min Leibrook, tuba; Vic Moore, drums.

NYC, September 18, 1924

9079Sensation
9080-ALazy Daddy

Bix Beiderbecke, cornet #1, piano #2; Jimmy Hartwell, clarinet, alto sax; George Johnson, tenor sax; Dick Voynow, piano, director; Bob Gillette, banjo; Min Leibrook, tuba; Vic Moore, drums.

NYC, October 8, 1924

1. 9115-BTia Juana
2. 9116Big Boy

RLP 12-124   Jimmy Yancey - Yancey's Getaway

Jimmy Yancey, piano.

Chicago, IL, May 4, 1939

R-2417-1Jimmy's Stuff (as Jimmy's Stuff No. 2)
La Salle Street Breakdown
Two O'Clock Blues
Big Bear Train
Janie's Joys
Lean Bacon
Lucile's Lament
Beezum Blues
Rolling The Stone
South Side Stuff
Steady Rock Blues
P.L.K. Special
Yancey's Getaway
How Long Blues

RLP 12-125   Blind Lemon Jefferson - Classic Folk-Blues

no details.

RLP 12-126   Scott Joplin, James Scott, Thomas Million Turpin - Ragtime Piano Roll Classics

Scott Joplin, piano roll.

March 15, 1899

Original Rags

same personnel.

December 29, 1902

The Entertainer

RLP 12-127   Bix Beiderbecke, Wingy Manone, Muggsy Spanier - On The Road Jazz

Bix Beiderbecke, cornet; Miff Mole, trombone; Frankie Trumbauer, C melody sax; Rube Bloom, piano; Min Leibrook, tuba; Vic Moore, drums.

NYC, October 9, 1924

9119-AFlock O' Blues
9120-AI'm Glad

Bix Beiderbecke, cornet; Tommy Dorsey, trombone; Don Murray, clarinet; Paul Mertz, piano; Howdy Quicksell, banjo; Tom Gargano, drums.

Richmond, IN, January 26, 1925

12140Toddlin' Blues
12141Davenport Blues

Charlie Altier, cornet; Maurice Bercov, clarinet; Charles Pierce, alto sax; Ralph Rudder, tenor sax; Dan Liscomb, piano; Stuart Branch, guitar; Johnny Mueller, bass; Paul Kettler, drums.

Chicago, IL, March, 1928

20469-3Jazz Me Blues
20470-4Sister Kate

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; Jack Read, trombone; Frank Teschemacher, clarinet, alto sax; Charles Pierce, alto sax; Ralph Rudder, tenor sax; Dan Liscomb, piano; Stuart Branch, guitar; Johnny Mueller, bass; Paul Kettler, drums.

Chicago, IL, April, 1928

20534-2Nobody's Sweetheart

Wingy Manone, trumpet, vocals; George Walters, clarinet; Joe Dunn, tenor sax; Maynard Spencer, piano; Dash Burkis, drums.

Richmond, IN, August 28, 1930

16951Tar Raper Stomp

Eddie Camden, Bob Pierce, trumpet #4; Wingy Manone, trumpet, vocals; Miff Frink, trombone; George Walters, clarinet; Joe Dunn, tenor sax; Maynard Spencer, piano; unknown, banjo; Orville Haynes, tuba; Dash Burkis, drums.

Richmond, IN, September 19, 1930

1. 17058Up The Country
2. 17059-ETin Roof Blues
3. 17060Weary Blues
4. 17061Big Butter And Egg Man

RLP 12-128   The Incomparable Jelly Roll Morton

Boyd Senter, clarinet, alto sax; Jelly Roll Morton, piano; 'Memphis', comb; W.E. Burton, kazoo.

Chicago, IL, April 1, 1924

8065Mr. Jelly Roll (aka Mr. Jelly Lord)
8065-2Mr. Jelly Lord

Jelly Roll Morton, piano.

Chicago, IL, circa April, 1924

807135th Street Blues
8072Mamanita

Lee Collins, cornet; Roy Palmer, trombone; Balls Ball, clarinet; Alex Poole, alto sax; Jelly Roll Morton, piano.

Chicago, IL, circa September, 1924

635Fish Tail Blues
636High Society
638Weary Blues
639Tiger Rag

Volly De Faut, clarinet; Jelly Roll Morton, piano; W.E. Burton, kazoo.

Chicago, IL, May, 1925

791My Gal
792Wolverine Blues

Ray Bowling, cornet; unknown, trombone; unknown, alto sax; unknown, tenor sax; Jelly Roll Morton, piano; unknown, banjo; Clay Jefferson, drums.

Richmond, IN, February 23, 1926

12467Mr. Jelly Lord

RLP 12-129   Duke Ellington, Fletcher Henderson - Birth Of Big Band Jazz

Bubber Miley, trumpet; Charlie Irvis, trombone; Otto Hardwick, alto sax; Duke Ellington, piano; Fred Guy, banjo; Sonny Greer, drums.

NYC, November, 1924

T2005-1Choo-Choo

Harry Cooper, Leroy Rutledge, trumpet; Charlie Irvis, trombone; Jimmy Harrison, trombone, vocals; Don Redman, clarinet, alto sax; Prince Robinson, clarinet, tenor sax; Otto Hardwick, alto, baritone sax; George Thomas, tenor sax, vocals; Duke Ellington, piano; Fred Guy, banjo; Bass Edwards, tuba; Sonny Greer, drums.

NYC, April 1, 1926

X57-AWanna Go Back Again Blues

Charlie Jackson, Bubber Miley, trumpet; Joe Nanton, trombone; Prince Robinson, clarinet, tenor sax; Otto Hardwick, alto, baritone sax; Duke Ellington, piano; Fred Guy, banjo; Bass Edwards, tuba; Sonny Greer, drums.

NYC, June 21, 1926

X190Animal Crackers
X191-ALil' Farina

RLP 12-130   King Oliver, Jelly Roll Morton, Clarence Williams - Back O' Town

King Oliver, cornet; Jelly Roll Morton, piano.

Chicago, IL, circa December, 1924

685King Porter Stomp
687Tom Cat Blues

Ed Allen, King Oliver, cornet; Ed Cuffee or Charlie Irvis, trombone; Arville Harris, clarinet, alto sax; Benny Waters, clarinet, tenor sax; Benny Moten, sax, clarinet; Clarence Williams, piano; LeRoy Harris, banjo; Cyrus St. Clair, sousaphone.

Long Island, NY, circa August, 1928

151Long, Deep And Wide
152-ASpeak Easy Blues
153Squeeze Me
154-ANew Down Home Rag

King Oliver, cornet; Ed Allen, cornet #1,2; Charlie Green, trombone; Arville Harris, clarinet; Clarence Williams, piano; Cyrus St. Clair, sousaphone; Sara Martin, vocals.

Long Island, NY, November, 1928

1. 276-AHole In The Wall
2. 277-ADon't Turn Your Back To Me
3. 278Death String Me Blues

King Oliver, cornet; Charlie Green, trombone; Clarence Williams, piano; Cyrus St. Clair, sousaphone; Sara Martin, vocals.

Long Island, NY, December, 1928

305-AMean Tight Mama
306Mistreatin' Man Blues
307-AKitchen Man Blues

RLP 12-131   Various Artists - Kings Of Classic Jazz

James P. Johnson, piano roll.

NYC, May, 1921

Loveless Love (as A Blues Ballad)

Paul Mares, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Leon Roppolo, clarinet; Mel Stitzel, piano; Ben Pollack, drums.

Richmond, IN, March 13, 1923

11358-BMaple Leaf Rag

Jelly Roll Morton, piano.

Richmond, IN, June 9, 1924

11910-AMamamita

Bix Beiderbecke, cornet; George Brunis, trombone, kazoo; Jimmy Hartwell, clarinet, alto sax; George Johnson, tenor sax; Dick Voynow, piano, director; Bob Gillette, banjo; Min Leibrook, tuba; Vic Moore, drums.

NYC, September 18, 1924

9080-BLazy Daddy

Louis Armstrong, cornet; Charlie Green, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Fletcher Henderson, piano; Charlie Dixon, banjo; Kaiser Marshall, drums; Ma Rainey, vocals.

NYC, circa October 16, 1924

1925-1See See Rider Blues

Freddie Keppard, cornet; Eddie Vincent, trombone; Jimmy O'Bryant, clarinet; Arthur Campbell, piano; Jasper Taylor, woodblock.

Chicago, IL, September, 1926

2651Stock Yards Strut

Natty Dominique, cornet; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Jimmy Blythe, piano; Jimmy Bertland, drums, washboard.

Chicago, IL, December, 1927

20240-1Oriental Man

Ed Allen, King Oliver, cornet; Charlie Irvis, trombone; Benny Waters, clarinet, tenor sax; Ed Whittet, alto sax; Clarence Williams, piano; Buddy Christian, banjo; Cyrus St. Clair, sousaphone.

Long Island, NY, November, 1928

271Bimbo

Jimmy Yancey, piano.

Chicago, IL, May 4, 1939

Yancey Limited

Andrew Blakeney, trumpet; Kid Ory, trombone; Joe Darensbourg, clarinet; Buster Wilson, piano; Bud Scott, guitar, vocals; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", Hollywood, CA, August 9, 1947

LA4Weary Blues

Albert Snaer, trumpet; Wilbur De Paris, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Sidney Bechet, soprano sax, clarinet; James Toliver, piano; Walter Page, bass; George Wettling, drums.

NYC, January 31, 1949

NY86-BCasbah (as Song Of The Medina)

George Lewis, clarinet; Alton Purnell, piano, vocals; Lawrence Marrero, banjo; Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageau, bass.

New Orleans, LA, September 25, 1953

Dallas Blues

RLP 12-132   Jelly Roll Morton - Mr. Jelly Lord Plays

no details.

RLP 12-133   Jelly Roll Morton Plays And Sings

no details.

RLP 12-134   Fats Waller, Ma Rainey, and others - Early And Rare "Collectors Items"

Tommy Ladnier, cornet; Jimmy O'Bryant, clarinet; Arville Harris, alto sax; Lovie Austin, piano; Ma Rainey, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa March, 1924

1701-2Honey Where You Been So Long

Joe Smith, cornet; Charlie Green, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Fletcher Henderson, piano; Charlie Dixon, banjo; Coleman Hawkins, bass sax; Kaiser Marshall, drums; Ma Rainey, vocals.

NYC, early December, 1925

2375-2Wringing And Twisting Blues

Meade "Lux" Lewis, piano.

Chicago, IL, December 27, 1927

20246-2Honky Tonk Train Blues

Georgia Tom Dorsey, piano; Martell Pettiford, banjo; Herman Brown, kazoo, washboard, tub bass; Carl Reid, jug, jazzhorn; Ma Rainey, vocals; band moaning effects.

Chicago, IL, circa June, 1928

20661-1Black Cat, Hoot Owl Blues

Cripple Clarence Lofton, piano, vocals.

Chicago, IL, 1939

More Motion

RLP 12-135   Johnny Dodds, Vol. 2 - In The Alley

Freddie Keppard, trumpet; unknown, trombone; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Jimmy Blythe, piano; unknown, drums.

Chicago, IL, July 26, 1926

2603-1Adam's Apple

Shirley Clay, cornet; Albert Wynn, trombone; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Lovie Austin, piano; Houston Woodfork, banjo; Henry Williams, vocals #2.

Chicago, IL, August, 1926

1. 2623-2In The Alley Blues
2. 2624-2Merry Maker's Twine

Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Jimmy Blythe, piano; Jimmy Bertland, washboard; and others.

Chicago, IL, October 26, 1926

2749-2Ape Man
2750-2Your Folks

Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Tiny Parham, piano.

Chicago, IL, circa April, 1927

4413-1Loveless Love
4414-2Nineteenth Street Blues

Natty Dominique, cornet; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Jimmy Blythe, piano; Jimmy Bertland, drums, washboard.

Chicago, IL, December, 1927

20241-2Sock That Thing
Weary Way Blues
There'll Come A Day

Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Blind Blake, guitar, vocals; Jimmy Bertland, woodblock, slide whistle.

Chicago, IL, circa April, 1928

20521-3Hot Potatoes

Johnny Dodds, clarinet; possibly Jimmy Blythe or Tiny Parham, piano; Bob Robinson, guitar, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa February, 1929

21185-2Salty Dog

RLP 12-136   Blind Lemon Jefferson, Vol. 2

no details.

RLP 12-137   Ma Rainey, Vol. 2 - Broken-Hearted Blues

Tommy Ladnier, cornet; Jimmy O'Bryant, clarinet; Lovie Austin, piano; Ma Rainey, vocals.

Chicago, IL, December, 1923

1612-2Southern Blues

Tommy Ladnier, cornet; Jimmy O'Bryant, clarinet; Arville Harris, alto sax; Lovie Austin, piano; Ma Rainey, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa March, 1924

1703-1Those Dogs Of Mine (as Famous Cornfield Blues)
1704-2Lucky Rock Blues

same personnel.

Chicago, IL, circa May, 1924

1758-2Lawd Send Me A Man Blues
1759-2Ma Rainey's Mistery Record

Bernie Young, cornet; Albert Wynn, trombone; Barney Bigard, soprano, alto sax; probably Lil Henderson, piano; possibly Rip Bassett, banjo; Ma Rainey, vocals.

Chicago, IL, February 3-18, 1926

2448-2Broken Hearted Blues
2451-4Jealousy Blues
2452-1Seeking Blues

Jimmy Blythe, piano; Ma Rainey, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa February, 1926

2466-1Mountain Jack Blues

probably B.T. Wingfield, cornet; Junie Cobb, clarinet; Jimmy Blythe or Tiny Parham, piano; Ma Rainey, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa November, 1926

408-2Soon This Morning

Jimmy Blythe, piano; Ma Rainey, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa December, 1926

4021-2Don't Fish In My Sea

RLP 12-138   Sidney Bechet In Memoriam, Vol. 1

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; Sidney Bechet, soprano sax, clarinet; Carmen Mastren, guitar; Wellman Braud, bass.

NYC, March 28, 1940

R2773Four Or Five Times
R2774Sweet Lorraine
R2775Up A Lazy River
R2776-1China Boy

same personnel.

NYC, April 6, 1940

R2801-1If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight
R2802-3That's A Plenty
R2803-3Squeeze Me
R2804-2Sweet Sue, Just You

RLP 12-139   Sidney Bechet In Memoriam, Vol. 2

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; George Brunis, trombone, vocals; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; James P. Johnson, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guest: Sidney Bechet, soprano sax.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, March 1, 1947

Baby, Won't You Please Come Home
Blues Improvisation

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; Jimmy Archey, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Ralph Sutton, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guest: Sidney Bechet, soprano sax.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, August 2, 1947

NY70I Never Knew
Dardanella

Albert Snaer, trumpet; Wilbur De Paris, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Sidney Bechet, soprano sax, clarinet; James P. Johnson, piano; Walter Page, bass; George Wettling, drums.

NYC, January 31, 1949

NY83-DI Got Rhythm
NY84-CSeptember Song
NY85-BWho

Henry Goodwin, trumpet; Jimmy Archey, trombone; Bob Wilber, clarinet, soprano sax; Sidney Bechet, soprano sax, vocals; Dick Wellstood, piano; Pops Foster, bass; Tommy Benford, drums.

NYC, June 8, 1949

NY93-CI'm Through, Goodbye
NY94-BLove Me With A Feeling
NY95-BWaste No Tears
NY97-FThe Broken Windmill
NY98-FWithout A Home

RLP 12-140   Jelly Roll Morton, Vol. 3 - Rags And Blues

Jelly Roll Morton, piano.

Washington, DC, May 21, 1938

Game Kit's Blues
Honky Tonk Blues
If I Was Whiskey And You Was A Duck
Winin' Boy #1
Low Down Blues
Winin' Boy #2
Alabama Bound
Tiger Rag
Randall's Rag
Maple Leaf Rag (St. Louis)
Maple Leaf Rag
Crazy Chords Rag
Sammy Davis' Ragtime Style
Mamie's Blues
See See Rider

RLP 141   Jack Teagarden's Big Eight!, Pee Wee Russell's Rhythmakers

Max Kaminsky, trumpet; Dicky Wells, trombone; Pee Wee Russell, clarinet; Al Gold, tenor sax; James P. Johnson, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Wellman Braud, bass; Zutty Singleton, drums, vocals.

NYC, August 31, 1938

P23391-1Baby, Won't You Please Come Home
P23392-2There'll Be Some Changes Made
P23393-1Zutty's Hootie Blues (as Horn Of Plenty Blues)
P23394-1Dinah

Pee Wee Russell, clarinet; James P. Johnson, piano; Zutty Singleton, drums.

P23395-1I've Found A New Baby
P23396-2Everybody Loves My Baby

Rex Stewart, cornet; Jack Teagarden, trombone, vocals; Barney Bigard, clarinet; Ben Webster, tenor sax; Billy Kyle, piano; Brick Fleagle, guitar; Billy Taylor, bass; Dave Tough, drums.

NYC, December 15, 1940

R3414 | 1025St. James Infirmary
R3415 | 1028The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
R3416 | 1027The Big Eight Blues
R3417 | 1088 | 1026Shine

** also released on Original Jazz Classics OJC-1708, OJCCD-1708-2.

RLP 142   The Classic Swing Of Buck Clayton

Buck Clayton, trumpet; Scoville Brown, clarinet; Tiny Grimes, guitar; Sid Weiss, bass.

NYC, June 26, 1946

1042-4Dawn Dance
1043-3Well-A-Poppin'
1045-2It's Dizzy
1046-2Basie's Morning Bluesicale

Buck Clayton, trumpet; Dicky Wells, Trummy Young, trombone; George Johnson, alto sax; Billy Taylor, piano, celeste; Brick Fleagle, guitar; Al McKibbon, bass; Jimmy Crawford, drums.

NYC, July 24, 1946

1048-3Sentimental Summer
1049-5Harlem Cradle Song
1050-2My Good Man Sam
1051-3I Want A Little Girl

Buck Clayton, trumpet; Trummy Young, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; George Johnson, alto sax; Jimmy Jones, piano; John Levy, bass; Cozy Cole, drums.

NYC, September 3, 1946

1052-4Fruitie Cuties
1053-2Blues Triste
1054-3Johnson Rock
1055-2Lucky Draw

** also released on Original Jazz Classics OJC-1709, OJCCD-1709-2.

RLP 143   Various Artists - Giants Of Small-Band Swing, Volume 1

George Treadwell, trumpet; Dicky Wells, trombone; Budd Johnson, tenor sax; Cecil Scott, baritone sax; Jimmy Jones, piano; Al McKibbon, bass; Jimmy Crawford, drums.

NYC, March 21, 1946

1035Opera In Blue
1036-1Drag Nasty (The Walk)

Pee Wee Erwin, trumpet; Sandy Williams, trombone; Tab Smith, alto sax; Cecil Scott, baritone, tenor sax; Jimmy Jones, piano, celeste; Brick Fleagle, guitar; Sid Weiss, bass; Denzil Best, drums.

NYC, June 3, 1946

1037-4Tea For Me
1040-2Sandy's Blues

Dick Vance, trumpet; Trummy Young, trombone, vocals; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Lem Davis, alto sax; John Hardee, tenor sax; Billy Kyle, piano; John Simmons, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

NYC, September 11, 1946

1056-3H.R.S. Bounce
1059-3Contemporary Blues

Shorty Baker, trumpet; Russell Procope, alto sax; John Hardee, tenor sax; Billy Kyle, piano; John Simmons, bass; Denzil Best, drums.

NYC, fall 1946

1060Bottle It
1061Denzil's Best
1062Right Foot, Then Left Foot
1063Four Wheel Drive

Budd Johnson, tenor sax; Jimmy Jones, piano; Al Hall, bass; Denzil Best, drums.

NYC, circa August, 1947

1077-4Strollin' Easy
1079-1Weeta

** also released on Original Jazz Classics OJC-1723, OJCCD-1723-2.

RLP 144   Rex Stewart And The Ellingtonians

Rex Stewart, cornet; Lawrence Brown, trombone; Barney Bigard, clarinet; Billy Kyle, piano; Brick Fleagle, guitar; Wellman Braud, bass; Dave Tough, drums.

NYC, July 23, 1940

76396-B | 1029Cherry
76397-A | 1032Solid Rock
76398-A | 1031Bugle Call Rag
76399-A | 1030Diga Diga Doo

Joe Thomas, trumpet; Lawrence Brown, trombone; Otto Hardwick, alto sax; Ted Nash, tenor sax; Harry Carney, baritone sax; Jimmy Jones, piano; Billy Taylor, bass; Shelly Manne, drums.

NYC, January 10, 1946

1022-2Departure From Dixie
1023-1A Woman's Got A Right To Change Her Mind

Rex Stewart, cornet; Billy Kyle, piano; John Levy, bass; Cozy Cole, drums.

NYC, circa July, 1947

1072-2Flim-Flam
1073-2Blues Kicked The Bucket
1074-1Madeline
1075-2Loopin' Lobo

** also released on Original Jazz Classics OJC-1710, OJCCD-1710-2.

RLP 145   Various Artists - Giants Of Small-Band Swing, Volume 2

Joe Thomas, trumpet; Sandy Williams, trombone; Johnny Hodges, alto sax; Harry Carney, baritone sax; Jimmy Jones, piano; Brick Fleagle, guitar; Sid Weiss, bass; Shelly Manne, drums.

NYC, November 5, 1945

1009Mountain Air
1010Sumpin' Jumpin' Around Here
1011After Hours On Dream Street
1012Chili Con Carney

Sidney De Paris, trumpet; J.C. Higginbotham, trombone; Tab Smith, alto sax; Cecil Scott, tenor sax; Jimmy Jones, piano; Brick Fleagle, guitar; Billy Taylor, bass; Dave Tough, drums.

NYC, December 21, 1945

1014Dutch Treat
1015-1A Penny For Your Blues

Joe Thomas, trumpet; Lem Davis, alto sax; Ted Nash, tenor sax; Jimmy Jones, piano; Billy Taylor, bass; Denzil Best, drums.

NYC, February 15, 1946

1027Riff Street
1028-1A Touch Of Blue

George Treadwell, trumpet; Dicky Wells, trombone; Budd Johnson, tenor sax; Cecil Scott, baritone sax; Jimmy Jones, piano; Al McKibbon, bass; Jimmy Crawford, drums.

NYC, March 21, 1946

1034-2Bed Rock

Pee Wee Erwin, trumpet; Sandy Williams, trombone; Tab Smith, alto sax; Cecil Scott, baritone, tenor sax; Jimmy Jones, piano, celeste; Brick Fleagle, guitar; Sid Weiss, bass; Denzil Best, drums.

NYC, June 3, 1946

1041-2Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You

Budd Johnson, tenor sax; Jimmy Jones, piano; Al Hall, bass; Denzil Best, drums.

NYC, circa August, 1947

1076-2Sunny Side Up
1078-5Keeping Up With Jones

** also released on Original Jazz Classics OJC-1724, OJCCD-1724-2.

RLP 146   New Orleans Rhythm Kings, Vol. 2 - Tin Roof Blues

Paul Mares, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Leon Roppolo, clarinet; Jack Pettis, C melody sax; Elmer Schoebel, piano; Lew Black, banjo; Steve Brown, bass; Frank Snyder, drums.

Richmond, IN, August 29, 1922

11178-BEccentric
11179-CFarewell Blues
11180-ADiscontented Blues
11181-BBugle Call Blues

same personnel.

Richmond, IN, August 30, 1922

11182-BPanama
11183-CTiger Rag
11184Livery Stable Blues
11185Oriental

Paul Mares, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Leon Roppolo, clarinet; Mel Stitzel, piano; Ben Pollack, drums.

Richmond, IN, March 12, 1923

11353-AThat's A Plenty

same personnel.

Richmond, IN, March 13, 1923

11358-BMaple Leaf Rag
11359-BTin Roof Blues

Paul Mares, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Leon Roppolo, clarinet; Glen Scoville, alto, tenor sax; Jack Pettis, C melody sax; Charlie Pierce, piano; Lew Black, banjo; Steve Brown, bass; Ben Pollack, drums.

Richmond, IN, July 18, 1923

11552-AMad

** part of Milestone M-47020.

RLP 147   Ida Cox - The Moanin' Groanin' Blues

Tommy Ladnier, cornet; Jimmy O'Bryant, clarinet; Lovie Austin, piano; Ida Cox, vocals.

Chicago, IL, July, 1923

1488-3,4Ida Cox's Lawdy Lawdy Blues
1493-3,4Moanin' Groanin' Blues

Tommy Ladnier, cornet; Arville Harris, alto sax; Lovie Austin, piano; Ida Cox, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa March, 1924

1608-2Mean Papa Turn Your Key

Tommy Ladnier, cornet; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Lovie Austin, piano; Ida Cox, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa August, 1924

1841-3Cherry Pickin' Blues

Elmer Chambers, cornet; Charlie Green, trombone; Don Redman, soprano sax; Fletcher Henderson, piano; Charlie Dixon, banjo; Kaiser Marshall, drums; Ida Cox, vocals.

Chicago, IL, January, 1925

1999-2Misery Blues
2002-2,3Georgia Hound Blues

Bob Shoffner, cornet; Jimmy O'Bryant, clarinet; Lovie Austin, piano; Ida Cox, vocals.

Chicago, IL, August, 1925

2242-1,2Mistreatin' Daddy Blues

Dave Nelson, cornet; Jesse Crump, organ; Ida Cox, vocals.

Chicago, IL, September, 1925

2293-1Coffin Blues
2294-1,2Rambling Blues

B.T. Wingfield, cornet; Jesse Crump, organ; Ida Cox, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa July, 1928

20708-2Western Union Blues
20712-2Fogyism

RLP 148   Reverend Gary Davis, Pink Anderson - Gospel, Blues And Street Songs

Pink Anderson, guitar, vocals; Jumbo Lewis, washboard #2.

Charlottesville, VA, May 29, 1950

1.John Henry
2.Everyday In The Week
3.The Ship Titanic
4.Greasy Greens
5.Wreck Of The Old 97
6.I've Got Mine
7.He's In The Jailhouse Now

Reverend Gary Davis, guitar, vocals.

NYC, January 29, 1956

Blow, Gabriel
Twelve Gates To The City
Samson And Delilah
Oh Lord, Search My Heart
Get Right Church
You Got To Go Down
Keep Your Lamp Trimmed And Burning
There Was A Time That I Was Blind

** also released on Original Blues Classics OBC-524, OBCCD-524-2.

RLP 149   Sidney Bechet - Bechet

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; George Brunis, trombone, vocals; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; James P. Johnson, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guest: Sidney Bechet, soprano sax.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, March 1, 1947

Charleston

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; George Brunis, trombone, vocals; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Art Hodes, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guest: Sidney Bechet, soprano sax.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, March 24, 1947

Sensation
Black And Blue
Summertime

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; George Brunis, trombone, vocals; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; James P. Johnson, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Freddie Moore, drums; with guest: Sidney Bechet, soprano sax.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, May 24, 1947

Wild Cat Blues
Ain't Misbehavin'
Blue Turning Grey Over You

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; Jimmy Archey, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Joe Sullivan, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guest: Sidney Bechet, soprano sax.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, July 12, 1947

Sugar
Dear Old Southland

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; Jimmy Archey, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Ralph Sutton, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guest: Sidney Bechet, soprano sax.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, August 2, 1947

Love For Sale

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; Jimmy Archey, trombone; Edmond Hall, clarinet; Ralph Sutton, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guest: Sidney Bechet, soprano sax.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, October 4, 1947

St. Louis Blues
Sweet Lorraine

RLP 150   Roy Palmer, Ike Rodgers - Gut-Bucket Trombones

no details.

RLP 151   James P. Johnson, Vol. 2

no details.

RLP 152   Montana Taylor - Low-Down Piano

Montana Taylor, piano, vocals, whistling.

Chicago, IL, April 18, 1946

C11-CLow Down Boogie
C17-1In The Bottom
C18-1Rotten Break Blues
C19I Can't Sleep

Montana Taylor, piano, vocals.

Chicago, IL, April 19, 1946

C35-1Indiana Avenue Stomp
C36-1Montono Blues
(rest unknown titles)

RLP 153   Various Artists - Piano, Brass And Blues

B.T. Wingfield, cornet; Tiny Parham, piano; Leola B. Wilson, vocals.

Chicago, IL, September or October, 1926

3021-1Dishrag Blues

Bert Cobb, tuba; Tiny Parham, piano; Shirley English, vocals.

Chicago, IL, February, 1928

20346-2Transom Blues
20352-1Tuba Lawdy Blues

Meade "Lux" Lewis, piano; George Hannah, vocals.

Chicago, IL, October, 1930

L-560-1Molasses Sopper Blues
L-562-1Freakish Man Blues

Mutt Carey, trumpet; Hociel Thomas, piano, vocals.

San Francisco, CA, August 30, 1946

SF1-AGambler's Dream

RLP 154   Tommy Ladnier - Blues 'N Stomps

Alex Calamese, Tommy Ladnier, cornet; Eddie Vincent, trombone; Bass Moore, tuba; Jimmie Noone, clarinet; Horace Diemer, alto sax; Glover Compton, piano; John Basley, banjo; Ollie Powers, drums.

Chicago, IL, September, 1923

1502-4Play That Thing

Tommy Ladnier, cornet; Jimmy O'Bryant, clarinet; Lovie Austin, piano; Edmonia Henderson, vocals.

Chicago, IL, December, 1923

1601-1Black Man Blues
1603-1,2Worried 'Bout Him Blues

Tommy Ladnier, cornet; Jimmy O'Bryant, clarinet; Arville Harris, alto sax; Lovie Austin, piano; Edmonia Henderson, vocals.

Chicago, IL, February, 1924

1689-1,2Brownskin Man
1690-2Traveling Blues

Tommy Ladnier, cornet; Jimmy O'Bryant, clarinet; Lovie Austin, piano.

Chicago, IL, circa November, 1924

10004-2Steppin' On The Blues
10005-2Traveling Blues

Tommy Ladnier, cornet; Jimmy O'Bryant, clarinet; Lovie Austin, piano; W.E. Burton, drums; Priscilla Stewart, vocals.

Chicago, IL, April, 1925

2094-2Charleston Mad
2095-2Charleston, South Carolina
2096-1Heebie Jeebies
2097-2Peepin' Blues

Tommy Ladnier or Lee Collins or Natty Dominique, cornet; Kid Ory, trombone; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Lovie Austin or probably Lil Hardin, piano; Johnny St. Cyr, banjo; W.E. Burton, drums.

Chicago, IL, April, 1926

11096-2Jackass Blues

RLP 155   no information

RLP 156/157   Various Artists - Original Dixieland Jazz Band

Nick LaRocca, cornet; Emile Christian, trombone; Larry Sheilds, clarinet; J. Russell Robinson, piano; Tony Sbarbaro, drums.

London, April 16, 1919

76418Barnyard Blues
76419At The Jazz Band Ball

same personnel.

London, May 12, 1919

76458Ostrich Walk
76459Sensation Rag

same personnel.

London, May 19, 1919

76467Look At 'Em Doing It
76468Tiger Rag

same personnel.

London, August 13, 1919

76566-2Satanic Blues
76567'Lasses Candy

Nick LaRocca, cornet; Emile Christian, trombone; Larry Sheilds, clarinet; Billy Jones, piano; Tony Sbarbaro, drums.

London, January 8, 1920

76751My Baby's Arm
76752Tell Me
76753I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now

same personnel.

London, January 10, 1920

76754I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles
76755Mammy O' Mine
76756I've Lost My Heart In Dixieland

same personnel.

London, May 14, 1920

74103Sphinx
74104Alice Blue Gown
74105Soudan

RLP 158   Joe Sullivan - Little Rock Gataway

Joe Sullivan, piano; Dave Lario, bass #1-3; Smoky Stover, drums #1-3.

San Francisco, CA, 1953

1.Gin Mill Blues
2.That's A Plenty
3.A Room With A View
4.Little Rock Getaway
5.Sweet Lorraine
6.Hangover Blues
7.Honeysuckle Rose
8.Summertime
9.Fido's Fantasy
10.My Little Pride And Joy
11.I Cover The Waterfront
12.Farewell To Riverside

** previously released on Riverside RLP 12-202 entitled "New Solos By An Old Master".

RLP 159   Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey, Red Nichols - The Roaring Twenties And All That Jazz

no details.

** previously released on Riverside RLP 12-834.