Riverside Records Catalog: 1000, 2500, 8000 series

Riverside Jazz Archives 1000 series (10 inch LP)

RLP 1001   Louis Armstrong Plays The 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

1925-1See See Rider Blues
1926-2Jelly Bean Blues
1927-2Countin' The Blues

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

NYC, March, 1925

2063-1,2The World's Jazz Crazy
2064-1,2The Railroad Blues

Louis Armstrong, cornet; Charlie Green, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Lil Hardin, piano; Charlie Dixon, banjo; Coot Grant, Kid Wesley Wilson, vocals.

NYC, circa September, 1925

2280-2Come On Coot, Do That Thing
2282-1,2Find Me At The Greasy Spoon

possibly Joe Smith, cornet; Fletcher Henderson, piano; Kid Wesley Wilson, vocals.

2284-1When Your Man Is Going To Put You Down

RLP 1002   Johnny Dodds, Vol. 1 - Dixieland Trumpers

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

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

Chicago, IL, December, 1927

20240-1Oriental Man
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

RLP 1003   Ma Rainey, Vol. 1

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

20667-2Traveling Blues
20668-2Deep Moanin' Blues

Georgia Tom Dorsey, piano; Tampa Red, drums; Ma Rainey, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa September, 1928

20878-1Daddy, Goodbye Blues
20879-2Sleep Talking Blues
20881-1Blame It On The Blues
20883-3Runaway Blues

Georgia Tom Dorsey, piano; Tampa Red, guitar; Ma Rainey, vocals.

20897-1Leaving This Morning
20898-2Black Eye Blues

RLP 1004   Muggsy Spanier, Frank Teschemacher - Muggsy, Tesch And The Chicagoans

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

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

Frank Melrose, piano.

Chicago, IL, April, 1929

21228-2Whoopee Stomp

RLP 1005   Louis Armstrong, and others - New Orleans Horns

Charles Matson, piano, arranger, leader; and others.

NYC, July 30, 1923

9104'Tain't Nobody's Biz-Ness If I Do
9105I Just Want A Daddy

Bernie Young, cornet; Preston Jackson, trombone; Happy Caldwell, clarinet; Stump Evans, alto sax; Cassino Simpson, piano; Mike McKendrick, banjo; Eddie Temple, drums; Anna Oliver, vocals.

Chicago, IL, November, 1923

1587-1,2Dearborn Street Blues

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

Freddie Keppard, cornet; Eddie Vincent, trombone; Jimmy O'Bryant, clarinet; Arthur Campbell, piano; Jasper Taylor, woodblock; Papa Charlie Jackson, vocals #2.

Chicago, IL, September, 1926

1. 2651Stock Yards Strut
2. 2653-1Salty Dog

RLP 1006   Various Artists - Ragtime Piano Rolls, Vol. 1

Scott Joplin, piano roll.

March 15, 1899

Original Rags

same personnel.

December 29, 1902

The Entertainer

Thomas Million Turpin, piano roll.

circa 1903

St. Louis Rag

Scott Joplin, piano roll.

1908

Fig Leaf Rag

James Scott, piano roll.

1909

JS413Grace And Beauty

same personnel.

1911

JS407Ragtime Oriole

Scott Joplin, piano roll.

May 1, 1912

Scott Joplin's New Rag

Joseph Lamb, piano roll.

circa 1914

SL408:8PAmerican Beauty Rag

RLP 1007   King Oliver Plays The Blues

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

Chicago, IL, circa July, 1928

20703-2Born Orchard Blues
20708-2Western Union Blues
20712-2Fogyism
20714-1Tree Top Tail Papa

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

Long Island, NY, November, 1928

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 1008   Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey - Jazz Of The Roaring Twenties

Bill Moore, Red Nichols, cornet; Tommy Dorsey, Miff Mole, 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, January 19, 1925

Keep Smiling At Trouble

same personnel.

NYC, April 2, 1925

Charleston

add Arthur Hall, vocals.

NYC, April 22, 1925

The Flapper Wife

same personnel.

NYC, July 15, 1925

Manhattan

omit Mole, Hall.

NYC, September 15, 1925

Sweet Man

add Miff Mole, trombone; Johnny Ryan, vocals.

NYC, November 24, 1925

Clap Hands, Here Comes Charley
Five Foot Two Eyes Of Blue

Billy Keyes, Chelsea Quealey, trumpet; Chuck Campbell, trombone; ??? Allen, tuba; Bobby Davis, Bob Fallon, alto sax, clarinet; Sam Ruby, tenor sax; Ted Black, piano; Tommy Fellini, banjo; Jimmy Wilson, drums.

NYC, July 15, 1927

Miss Annabelle Lee

RLP 1009   Various Artists - Pioneers Of Boogie Woogie, Vol. 1

Meade "Lux" Lewis, piano.

Chicago, IL, December 27, 1927

20246-2Honky Tonk Train Blues

Cow Cow Davenport, piano.

Richmond, IN, April 1, 1929

14985Solw Drag

Ike Rodgers, trombone; Henry Brown, piano.

Richmond, IN, August 16, 1929

15455Henry Brown Blues

Charles Spand, piano, vocals; Blind Blake, guitar.

Richmond, IN, August 17, 1929

15455Moanin' The Blues

Blind Leroy Garnett, piano; James Wiggins, speech #1.

Richmond, IN, October 12, 1929

1. 15766Count 'Em Down
2. 15767Louisiana Glide

Wesley Wallace, piano.

Grafton, WI, November 15, 1929

L-184-2No. 29
L-185-1Fanny Lee Blues

RLP 1010   Rediscovered Fats Waller Solos

Fats Waller, piano roll.

NYC, April, 1923

Your Time Now

same personnel.

NYC, June, 1923

Snake Hips
'Tain't Nobody's Biz-Ness If I Do

same personnel.

NYC, July, 1923

Papa Better Watch Your Step

same personnel.

NYC, circa July, 1923

Mama's Got The Blues

same personnel.

NYC, December, 1923

You Can't Do What My Last Man Did

same personnel.

NYC, circa February, 1926

Squeeze Me

same personnel.

NYC, circa March, 1926

18th Street Strut

RLP 1011   James P. Johnson, Vol. 1 - Early Harlem Piano

James P. Johnson, piano roll.

NYC, May, 1921

It Take Love To Care The Heart's Disease
Loveless Love (as A Blues Ballad)

same personnel.

NYC, February, 1922

I've Got My Habits On

same personnel.

NYC, March, 1922

Vampin' Liza Jane

same personnel.

NYC, June, 1922

Harlem Strut

same personnel.

NYC, July, 1926

Charleston
Harlem Choc'late Babies On Parade
Make Me A Pallet On The Floor

RLP 1012   Art Hodes' Chicago Rhythm Kings

Marty Marsala, cornet; Frank Teschemacher, clarinet; Mezz Mezzrow, tenor sax; Joe Sullivan, piano; Eddie Condon, banjo, vocals; Jim Lannigan, tuba; Gene Krupa, drums; Red McKenzie, vocals.

Chicago, IL, April 6, 1928

C1885-AThere'll Be Some Changes Made
C1886-AI've Found A New Baby

Rod Cless, clarinet; Art Hodes, piano; Jimmy Butts, bass.

NYC, May, 1940

Diga Diga Doo
Tin Roof Blues
Four Or Five Times

Marty Marsala, trumpet; Rod Cless, clarinet; Art Hodes, piano; Jack Goss, guitar; Earl Murphy, bass.

NYC, August 17, 1940

Song Of The Wanderer
Randolph Street Rage

RLP 1013   The Fabulous Trombones Of Ike Rodgers

Ike Rodgers, trombone; Henry Brown, piano; Alice Moore, vocals.

Richmond, IN, August 16, 1929

15448Prison Blues (Country Farm Blues)
15449-AMy Man Blues

Ike Rodgers, trombone; Henry Brown, piano; Alice Moore, comments.

15446It Hurts So Good
15451Screamin' The Blues
21st Street Stomp

Ike Rodgers, trombone; and others.

Richmond, IN, circa 1929

Nickel's Worth Of Liver
Good Chib Blues
Barrel House Flat

RLP 1014   The Folk Blues Of Blind Lemon Jefferson

Blind Lemon Jefferson, guitar, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa May, 1926

2557-2Jack O'Diamonds Blues

same personnel.

Chicago, IL, circa November, 1926

3076-2Broke And Hungry
3077-2Shuckin' Sugar Blues

same personnel.

Chicago, IL, circa October, 1927

20076-2Lonesome House Blues

same personnel.

Chicago, IL, circa February, 1928

20381-3Balky Mule Blues

same personnel.

Chicago, IL, circa March, 1929

21202-1That Black Snake Moan No. 2

same personnel.

Gennett Studios, Richmond, IN, September 24, 1929

15666Mosquito Moan
15667Southern Woman Blues

RLP 1015   Johnny Dodds, Vol. 2

Freddie Keppard, trumpet; unknown, trombone; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Jimmy Blythe, piano; unknown, drums; Trixie Smith, vocals #1.

Chicago, IL, July 26, 1926

1. 2602-1Messin' Around
2. 2603-1Adam's Apple

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

Chicago, IL, October 26, 1926

2750-2Your Folks

Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Tiny Parham, piano.

Chicago, IL, circa April, 1927

4413-1Loveless Love
4414-2Nineteenth Street Blues

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

Chicago, IL, circa April, 1928

20520-2C.C. Pill Blues

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

Chicago, IL, circa February, 1929

21184-1Steal Away
21185-2Salty Dog

RLP 1016   Ma Rainey, Vol. 2

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

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

possibly Shirley Clay, cornet; Albert Wynn, trombone; possibly Artie Starks, clarinet; unknown, piano; unknown, drums; Ma Rainey, vocals; unknown male talking.

Chicago, IL, circa December, 1927

20229-2"Ma" Rainey's Black Bottom

RLP 1017   Apollo Syncopators And Jazz Wizards - Jazz Collectors Item, Vol. 1

B.T. Wingfield, cornet; Charlie Lawson, trombone; Junie Cobb, clarinet, alto sax; unknown, tenor sax; Leroy Pickett, violin; Tiny Parham, piano; Jimmy Bertland, drums.

Chicago, IL, circa December, 1926

4053-1Alexander Where's That Band
4054-1Mojo Strut

Ed Allen, cornet; Ed Cuffee, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet, alto sax; Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax; Clarence Williams, piano; Cyrus St. Clair, sousaphone.

NYC, circa October, 1927

2887-2Snake 'Em Up
2888-2Jingles

unknown, cornet; Kid Ory, trombone; Artie Starks, clarinet, alto sax; Tiny Parham, piano; possibly Mike McKendrick, banjo.

Chicago, IL, December, 1927

20206-4Jim Jackson's Kansas City Blues
20207-3A Little Bit Closer

Elisha Herbert, cornet; Honore Dutrey, trombone; Artie Starks, clarinet; unknown, alto sax; Richard M. Jones, piano.

Chicago, IL, October, 1928

Hot And Ready
It's A Low-Down Thing

RLP 1018   Jelly Roll Morton - Rediscovered Solos

no details.

RLP 1019   Ida Cox With Tommy Ladnier And Joe Smith

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

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

Chicago, IL, circa March, 1924

1608-2Mean Papa Turn Your Key

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

2000-3Graveyard Bound Blues
2002-2,3Georgia Hound Blues

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

Chicago, IL, September, 1925

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

possibly B.T. Wingfield, cornet; unknown, clarinet, soprano sax; possibly Tiny Parham, piano; Ida Cox, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa August, 1928

20766-1Worn Down Daddy Blues
20768-1You Stole My Man

RLP 1020   Jimmy Blythe With Roy Palmer

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

GE17619Tiger Moan
GE17620Barrel House Stomp
GE17621Georgia Grind
GE17622Careless Love
GE17623-AKentucky Blues
GE17624I Want To Be Your Lovin' Man
GE17625South African Blues
GE17626Me And The Blues
GE17627-ASic 'Em, Tige'

RLP 1021   Fats Waller - The Amazing Mr. Waller, Vol. 1 - Fats At The Organ

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

RLP 1022   Fats Waller - The Amazing Mr. Waller, Vol. 2 - Jivin' With Fats

Fats Waller, piano, organ, vocals.: same session.

Langworth Transcriptions, NYC, November 20, 1939

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 1023   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

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

RLP 1024   George Brunis With The New Orleans Rhythm Kings

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

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

same personnel.

Richmond, IN, August 30, 1922

11182-BPanama
11183-CTiger Rag

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

RLP 1025   Various Artists - Ragtime Piano Rolls, Vol. 2

no details.

RLP 1026   Tommy Ladnier, Vol. 1 - Blues And Stomp

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.

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
2098-2Mojo Blues

RLP 1027   Jelly Roll Morton's Kings Of Jazz

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

1435-2Muddy Water Blues

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

Chicago, IL, April 1, 1924

8065-2Mr. Jelly Lord

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

King Oliver, cornet; Jelly Roll Morton, piano.

Chicago, IL, circa December, 1924

685King Porter Stomp
687Tom Cat Blues

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

Chicago, IL, May, 1925

791My Gal
792Wolverine Blues

RLP 1028   Jimmy Yancey - A Lost Recording Date

Jimmy Yancey, piano.

Chicago, IL, May 4, 1939

La Salle Street Breakdown
Two O'Clock Blues
Big Bear Train
Janie's Joys
Lean Bacon
Lucile's Lament
Beezum Blues
Yancey Limited

RLP 1029   Louis Armstrong 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

RLP 1030   Wingy Manone's Dixieland Jazz

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

Richmond, IN, August 28, 1930

16950-CSnake That Thing
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 1031   Jimmy Blythe - South Side Piano

Jimmy Blythe, W.E. Burton, piano; Bill Johnson, bass; Marcus Norman, drums, washboard, effects.

Chicago, IL, circa June, 1928

20657-1Five O'Clock Stomp
20659-2South Side Stomp

RLP 1032   Various Artists - The Great Blues Singers

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

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

Roy Palmer, trombone; unknown, clarinet; possibly Tiny Parham, piano; Ida Cox, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa October, 1929

21416-2I'm So Glad
21418-1Jail House Blues

Ma Rainey, vocals; and others.

unknown location, date

Troubled In Mind Blues
Careless Love

RLP 1033   Clarence Williams With King Oliver Or Ed Allen

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

Long Island City, NY, August, 1928

Speakeasy Blues
Long Deep And Wide

Ed Allen, cornet; Arville Harris, clarinet; Clarence Williams, piano; Cyrus St. Clair, sousaphone; Anna Bell, vocals.

Long Island City, NY, circa September, 1928

173-A,BKitchen Woman Blues
174-BLock Step Blues

Ed Allen, King Oliver, cornet; Ed Cuffee, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Arville Harris, clarinet, alto sax; Benny Waters, clarinet, tenor sax; Clarence Williams, piano, vocals.

Long Island City, NY, November, 1928

270Bozo
271Bimbo
272-ALongshoreman's Blues

Ed Allen, King Oliver, cornet; Ed Cuffee, trombone; Arville Harris, clarinet, alto sax; Benny Waters, clarinet, tenor sax; Clarence Williams, piano, vocals; LeRoy Harris, banjo.

Long Island City, NY, December, 1928

308Beau-Koo-Jack
309-ASister Kate

RLP 1034   Various Artists - Pioneers Of Boogie Woogie, Vol. 2

Charles Avery, piano.

Chicago, IL, circa October, 1929

21438-2Dearborn Street Breakdown

RLP 1035   Muggsy Spanier And His Bucktown Five

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
11767Mobile Blues
11768-BReally A Pain
11769-BChicago Blues
11770-BHot Mittens
11771-BBuddy's Habits

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

RLP 1036   Jimmy Blythe's State Street Ramblers

Natty Dominique, cornet; unknown, alto sax; Jimmy Blythe, piano; W.E. Burton, washboard.

Richmond, IN, April 23, 1928

13686My Baby
13687Oriental Man
13688-APleasure Mad
13690-ASome Do And Some Don't
13691Tack It Down

Baldy McDonald, clarinet; unknown, alto sax; Jimmy Blythe, piano; Bill Johnson, bass; Marcus H. Norman, drums; W.E. Burton, washboard.

Richmond, IN, July 18, 1928

14065-BEndurance Stomp
14066Tuxedo Stomp
14067-CBrown-Skin Mama

RLP 1037   Cripple Clarence Lofton - A Lost Recording Date

Cripple Clarence Lofton, piano, vocals.

Chicago, IL, 1939

More Motion
Sweet Tooth
Sixes And Sevens
Lofty Blues
House Rent Struggle
Juice Joint
Salty Woman Blues
Clarence's Blues

RLP 1038   Jelly Roll Morton - Classic Jazz Piano, Vol. 1

Jelly Roll Morton, piano.

Richmond, IN, July 18, 1923

11544Grandpa's Spells
11545Kansas City Stomps

same personnel.

Richmond, IN, June 9, 1924

11908-AShreveport Stomp
11910-AMamamita
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 1039   Various Artists - Backwoods Blues

Buddy Boy Hawkins, guitar, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa April, 1927

4415-1Shaggy Dog Blues
4419-2Jailhouse Fire Blues

Bobby Grant, guitar, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa December, 1927

20204-3Nappy Head Blues
20212-2Lonesome Atlanta Blues

unknown artists.

circa 1927

Gone Dead Train
Tell Me Baby
Mr. Conductor Man
Big Bill Blues

RLP 1040   Various Artists - Jazz Collectors Item, Vol. 2 - Rare Examples Of Early Jazz

Henry McCord, trumpet; Bradley Bullett, trombone; John Williams, alto, baritone sax; Mary Leo Burley aka Mary Lou Williams, piano; Joe Williams, banjo; Robert Price, drums.

Chicago, IL, February, 1927

4187-2Down In Gallion
4188-1,2Goose Grease

unknown artists.

circa 1927

South African Blues
Piggly Wiggly
Maxwell Street Stomp
Good Time Mama
I've Got It All
Mid The Pyramids

RLP 1041   Jelly Roll Morton - Classic Jazz Piano, Vol. 2

no details.

RLP 1042   Mutt Carey Plays The Blues

Mutt Carey, trumpet #1-5,7; Hociel Thomas, piano, vocals.

San Francisco, CA, August 30, 1946

1. SF1-AGambler's Dream
2. SF2Muddy Water Blues
3. SF3Go Down Sunshine
4. SF4Advice Blues
5. SF5Barrel House Man
6. SF6Tebo's Texas Boogie
7. SF7Nobody Knows You (When You're Down And Out)

RLP 1043   Will Ezell

Will Ezell, piano.

Chicago, IL, circa September, 1927

4786-2Barrel House Woman
4787-2West Coast Rag

same personnel.

Chicago, IL, circa August, 1928

20824-2Mixed Up Rag

same personnel.

Chicago, IL, circa February, 1929

21144-2Bucket Of Blood
21145-2Heifer Dust
21146-1Playing The Dozen

Baby James, cornet; Will Ezell, piano, vocals; Blind Roosevelt Graves, guitar; Uaroy Graves, tambourine.

Richmond, IN, September 20, 1929

15649-AJust Can't Stay Here
15650Pitchin' Boogie

RLP 1044   Tommy Ladnier Plays The Blues

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; Arville Harris, alto sax; Lovie Austin, piano; Ma Rainey, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa March, 1924

1702-3Ya-Do-Do (as Yada Do Blues)
1703-1Those Dogs Of Mine (as Famous Cornfield Blues)
1704-2Lucky Rock Blues

RLP 1045   Ma Rainey, Vol. 3

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

2372-2Chain Gang Blues
2375-2Wringing And Twisting Blues

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

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.

Chicago, IL, circa June, 1926

2628-1Sissy Blues
2629-2Broken Soul Blues

Shirley Clay, cornet; probably Al Wynn or Kid Ory, trombone; Claude "Hop" Hopkins, piano; unknown, banjo; Ma Rainey, vocals.

Chicago, IL, August, 1927

4707-1Misery Blues
4708-2Dead Drunk Blues

possibly Shirley Clay, cornet; Albert Wynn, trombone; possibly Artie Starks, clarinet; unknown, piano; unknown, drums; Ma Rainey, vocals; unknown male talking.

Chicago, IL, circa December, 1927

20233-1New Bo-Weavil Blues
20234-1Moonshine Blues

RLP 1046   James P. Johnson, Vol. 2 - Early Harlem Piano

no details.

RLP 1047   Bunk Johnson

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.3(Make Me A) Pallet On The Floor
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
LA4Weary Blues

RLP 1048   Red Nichols, Miff Mole - New York Jazz Of The Twenties

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

Edison, NY, July 16, 1923

9077-BGreat White Way Blues
9078-CShufflin' Mose

same personnel.

Edison, NY, September 22, 1923

9173-BJelly Roll Blues
9174-CBunch Of Blues

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

11245-AAlabama Stomp
11246-AStampede

same personnel.

Edison, NY, November 10, 1926

11291-AHurricane
11292-BBlack Bottom Stomp

RLP 1049   Various Artists - Ragtime Piano Rolls, Vol. 3

no details.

RLP 1050   Bix Beiderbecke, Vol. 2

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

RLP 1051   Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey - California Ramblers

no details.

RLP 1052   Various Artists - Classic Blues

James Wiggins, harmonica, vocals; Blind Leroy, piano.

Richmond, IN, October 12, 1929

15764-AMy Lovin' Blues
15765-AWeary Heart Blues
(rest unknown titles)

RLP 1053   Blind Lemon Jefferson - Blind Lemon's Penitentiary Blues

Blind Lemon Jefferson, guitar, vocals.

Chicago, IL, circa May, 1926

2558-2Chock House Blues

same personnel.

Chicago, IL, circa December, 1926

3090-2Bad Luck Blues

same personnel.

Chicago, IL, circa October, 1927

20066-2Sunshine Special

same personnel.

Chicago, IL, circa February, 1928

20363-2Blind Lemon's Penitentiary Blues

same personnel.

Chicago, IL, circa March, 1929

21196-1Peach Orchard Mama
21199-1Big Night Blues

same personnel.

Gennett Studios, Richmond, IN, September 24, 1929

15668Bakershop Blues
15670-ALong Distance Moan

RLP 1054   no information

RLP 1055   unknown artists - unknown title

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

1973-3Prince Of Wails
1974-1Mandy, Make Up Your Mind

RLP 1056   James P. Johnson, Luckey Roberts - Harlem Rent Party

Luckey Roberts, piano.

NYC, May 22, 1946

NY7-CThe Railroad Blues
NY8-ERipples Of The Nile
NY9-BPork And Beans
NY10Shy And Sly
NY11Music Box Rag
NY12Junk Man Rag

James P. Johnson, piano.

NYC, June 5, 1947

NY29Daintiness Rag
NY30Mama And Papa Blues
NY31Ain't Cha Got Music
NY32I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby
NY33Old Fashioned Love
NY34Wild Cat Rag

RLP 1057   no information

RLP 1058   George Lewis With The Original Zenith Brass Band - Traditional New Orleans Marching-Band Style

Avery "Kid" Howard, trumpet; Peter Bocage, trumpet #2-6; Harrison Barnes, baritone horn; Jim Robinson, trombone; Isadore Barbarin, mellophone; George Lewis, clarinet; Joe Howard, tuba; Baby Dodds, snare drum; Lawrence Marrero, bass drum.

New Orleans, LA, February 26, 1946

1. NO1Fidgety Feet
2. NO2-AShake It And Break It
3. NO3Bugle Boy March
4. NO4-ASalutation March
5. NO5-AIf Ever I Cease To Love
6. NO6'Tain't Nobody's Biz-Ness If I Do

RLP 1059   Chippie Hill Sings The Blues

Lee Collins, trumpet; Lovie Austin, piano #1,2,5,6; Freddy Shayne, piano #3,4; John Lindsay, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; Bertha "Chippie" Hill, vocals.

Chicago, IL, February 5, 1946

1. C1Trouble In Mind Blues
2. C2Careless Love
3. C4Charleston Blues
4. C5How Long Blues
5. C7Around The Clock Blues
6. C8Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out

Montana Taylor, piano; Almond Leonard, washboard, kazoo; Bertha "Chippie" Hill, vocals.

Chicago, IL, April 18, 1946

C9Worried Jailhouse Blues
C13Mistreatin' Mr. Dupree

RLP 1060   Kid Rena's Delta Jazz Band - The First Recordings Of The New Orleans Revival

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

B800Panama
B801-AGettysburg March
B802Milenberg Joys
B803Lowdown Blues
B804High Society
B805Clarinet Marmalade
B806Weary Blues
B807Get It Right

RLP 1061   Jimmy Yancey

Jimmy Yancey, piano.

Chicago, IL, May 4, 1939

R-2417-1Jimmy's Stuff (as Jimmy's Stuff No. 2)
Rolling The Stone
South Side Stuff
Steady Rock Blues
P.L.K. Special
Yancey's Getaway
How Long Blues
How Long Blues No. 2

RLP 1062   no information

RLP 1063   no information

RLP 1064   no information

RLP 1065   Duke Ellington

no details.

RLP 1066   no information

RLP 1067   no information

RLP 1068   no information

RLP 1069   no information

RLP 1070   no information

RLP 1071   no information

RLP 1072   no information

RLP 1073   King Oliver

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

Riverside Contemporary Jazz 2500 series (10 inch LP)

RLP 2501   Bob Wilber's Wildcats, Vol. 1 - Young Men With Horns

Johnny Glasel, cornet; Ed Hubble, trombone; Bob Wilber, soprano sax; Dick Wellstood, piano; Jeff Stewart, guitar; Charlie Treager, bass; Jim Gribbon, drums #1,3; Ed Phyfe, drums #2.

NYC, April 11, 1946

1.Weary Blues
2.China Boy
3.Mixed Salad

Jerry Blumberg, Johnny Glasel, cornet; Bob Mielke, trombone; Bob Wilber, clarinet, soprano sax; Dick Wellstood, piano; Charlie Treager, bass; Denny Strong, drums.

NYC, December 31, 1947

R9502Salty Dog
R9504I Can't Say
R9506Old Fashioned Love
R9510When You Wore A Tulip
R9512Once In A While

RLP 2502   Carl Halen With Gene Mayl's Dixieland Rhythm Kings And Washboard Five

Carl Halen, cornet; Charlie Sonnanstine, trombone; Jim Cambell, clarinet; Jan Carroll, banjo; Gene Mayl, bass, tuba; Tom Hyer, drums.

Dayton, OH, December, 1950

Kn-1Tiger Rag
Kn-2Ace In The Hole
Kn-3Oh By Jingo
Kn-4Don't Go 'Way Nobody

Carl Halen, cornet; Bob Greene, piano; Bob Sann, banjo; Charlie Paris, guitar; Bob Thompson, washboard; Paul Bacon, vocals.

NYC, 1951

CLEF5Doctor Jazz
CLEF6Heebie Jeebie
CLEF7Willie The Weeper
CLEF8Cake Walkin' Babies

RLP 2503   Bob Hodes And The Red Onion Jazz Band - New Orleans Encore

Bob Hodes, trumpet #1,3-8; Charlie Sonnanstine, trombone, vocals; Joe Muranyi, clarinet, vocals; Robin Wetterau, piano; Chuck Kling, banjo; Bill Stanley, tuba; Bob Thompson, drums.

NYC, April, 1952

1.Creole Belles
2.Misery Blues
3.Auntie Skinner's Chicken Dinner
4.London Blues
5.Snake Rag
6.My Mama Rocks Me
7.Salty Dog
8.I'm A Little Blackbird

RLP 2504   Gene Mayl's Dixieland Rhythm Kings

Bob Hodes, cornet; Bob Mielke, trombone, vocals; Bill Napier, clarinet; Robin Wetterau, piano; Gene Mayl, bass, tuba; Bill Young, drums.

Dayton, OH, August, 1953

Basin Street Blues
When Erastus Plays His Old Kazoo
I'm Sitting On The Top Of The World
Shreveport Stomp
Down Among The Sheltering Palms

Bob Hodes, cornet; Bob Mielke, trombone, vocals; Bill Napier, clarinet; Robin Wetterau, piano; Jack Vastine, banjo, vocals; Gene Mayl, bass, tuba; Bill Young, drums.

Dayton, OH, 1953

Mecca Flat Blues
Some Of Those Days
I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, You Rascal You

RLP 2505   Gene Mayl's Dixieland Rhythm Kings - New Orleans Jazz Party

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

Dayton, OH, December, 1953

Irish Black Bottom
Ory's Creole Trombone
Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home
Melancholy
Come Back Sweet Papa
Blue Mama's Suicide Wail
St. James Infirmary
Darktown Strutters' Ball

RLP 2506   The Stride Piano Of Dick Wellstood

Dick Wellstood, piano; Tommy Benford, drums.

NYC, October 25, 1954

Old Fashioned Love
Mule Walk
Closed Mouth Blues
The Shout
Toddlin' Home
Alligator Crawl
Oh, Bay Whatcha Doing To Me
Liza

RLP 2507   George Lewis' New Orleans Jazz Band And Quartet

Alvin Alcorn, trumpet; Bill Matthews, trombone; George Lewis, clarinet; Lester Santiago, piano; Lawrence Marrero, banjo; Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageau, bass; Paul Barbarin, drums.

New Orleans, LA, August 26, 1951

NO50Big Butter And Egg Man #2
NO51Bourbon Street Parade #2
NO52Over The Waves
NO53Who's Sorry Now
NO54Weary Blues (take 1)

George Lewis, clarinet; Alton Purnell, piano, vocals; Lawrence Marrero, banjo; Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageau, bass; Dr. Edmond Souchon, vocals #1.

New Orleans, LA, September 25, 1953

1.Salty Dog
2.St. Phillip Street Breakdown
3.The Old Rugged Cross
4.Cornne Corinna

RLP 2508   Randy Weston Plays Cole Porter In A Modern Mood

Randy Weston, piano; Sam Gill, bass.

NYC, April 27, 1954

What Is This Thing Called Love
I Love You
Night And Day
I Get A Kick Out Of You
In The Still Of The Night
Get Out Of Town
Just One Of Those Things
I've Got You Under My Skin

RLP 2509   Yank Lawson's Dixieland Jazz

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

NYC, November 20, 1943

T1901Squeeze Me
T1902That's A Plenty

Yank Lawson, trumpet; Brad Gowans, trombone; Pee Wee Russell, clarinet; Ray Eckstrand, clarinet #1; James P. Johnson, piano; Eddie Condon, guitar; Bob Haggart, bass; Tony Sbarbaro, drums.

1. T1903Yank's Blues
2. T1904Old Fashioned Love

Yank Lawson, trumpet; Ward Silloway, trombone; Bill Stegmeyer, clarinet; Joe Marsala, tenor sax, clarinet #2; Dave Bowman, piano; Bob Haggart, bass; Johnny Blowers, drums.

NYC, 1944

1.Wolverine Blues
2.Double Clarinet Blues
3.Sunday
4.Jeepers Creepers

RLP 2510   Bob Helm's Riverside Roustabouts

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

NYC, October 8, 1954

Riverside Shake
Dawn Club Joys
Back Side O' Town
Doin' The Plymouth Rock
How'm I'm Gonna Do It
I Don't Want Anymore
Seagull Strut
Daybreak Blues

** also released on London (E) H-APB 1039.

RLP 2511   Sarah Vaughan Sings With John Kirby And His Orchestra

Clarence Brereton, trumpet; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Russell Procope, alto sax; Billy Kyle, piano; John Kirby, bass; Bill Beason, drums; Sarah Vaughan, vocals.

NYC, January 9, 1946

BL18 | 347 | 1099I'm Scared
BL19 | 348 | 1098You Go To My Head
BL20 | 350 | 1097I Can Make You Love Me
BL21 | 349 | 1096It Might As Well Be Spring

George Taitt, trumpet; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Hilton Jefferson, alto sax; Hank Jones, piano; John Kirby, bass; Bill Beason, drums.

NYC, September 3, 1946

BL22Ripples
BL23The Peanut Vendor
BL24Schubert's Serenade
BL25Sextet From Lucia

RLP 2512   George Lewis' New Orleans All Stars And Quartet

Henry "Red" Allen, trumpet, vocals; Jim Robinson, trombone; George Lewis, clarinet; Lester Santiago, piano; Lawrence Marrero, banjo; Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageau, bass; Paul Barbarin, drums.

New Orleans, LA, August 6, 1951

NO41Darktown Strutters' Ball
NO42Hindustan
NO43-ASt. James Infirmary (take 1)
NO44Some Of Those Days

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

New Orleans, LA, September 25, 1953

Dallas Blues
Red Wing
Lou-Easy-An-I-A
Careless Love

RLP 2513   Lu Watters 1947

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

SF8Cake Walking Babies From Home
SF9Antigua Blues
SF10Beale Street Blues
SF11Chattanooga Stomp
SF12Jazzin' Babies Blues
SF13Snake Rag

** also released on London (E) HB-U 1061.

RLP 2514   Wild Bill Davison Featured With The All Star Stompers

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; Jimmy Archey, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; James P. Johnson, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, June 21, 1947

Trombone Preaching Blues

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
Tishomingo Blues

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; Jimmy Archey, trombone; Edmond Hall, clarinet; Ralph Sutton, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, September 6, 1947

NY59Clarinet Marmalade

same personnel.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, September 13, 1947

It's Right Here For You (as Crazy Blues)
Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None Of This Jelly Roll
NY55Can't We Be Friends
Skeleton Jangle

RLP 2515   The Randy Weston Trio With Art Blakey

Randy Weston, piano; Sam Gill, bass #1-5; Art Blakey, drums #1-5.

Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, January 25, 1955

1.Sweet Sue
2.Pam's Waltz
3.Solemn Meditation
4.Again
5.Zulu
6.If You Could See Me Now

RLP 2516   Sidney Bechet - The Master Of The Soprano Sax

Albert Snaer, trumpet; Wilbur De Paris, trombone; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Sidney Bechet, soprano sax, clarinet; James P. Johnson, piano #1-3; James Toliver, piano #4; Walter Page, bass; George Wettling, drums.

NYC, January 31, 1949

1. NY83-DI Got Rhythm
2. NY84-CSeptember Song
3. NY85-BWho
4. NY86-BCasbah (as Song Of The Medina)

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; Duke Of Iron, vocals #2.

NYC, June 8, 1949

1. NY94-BLove Me With A Feeling
2. NY96-EBox Car Shorty
3. NY97-FThe Broken Windmill
4. NY98-FWithout A Home

RLP 2517   Don Elliott, Rusty Dedrick - Six Valves

Rusty Dedrick, trumpet #1,3-5; Don Elliott, trumpet #1-3,5; Dick Hyman, piano; Mundell Lowe, guitar; Eddie Safranski, bass; Don Lamond, drums.

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, March 16 & 17, 1955

1.Dominick Seventh
2.When Your Lover Has Gone
3.Gargantuan Chant
4.It's Easy To Remember
5.Vampire Till Ready

RLP 2518   Barbara Lea - A Woman In Love

Johnny Windhurst, trumpet; Billy Taylor, piano; Jimmy Shirley, guitar; Earl May, bass; Percy Brice, drums; Barbara Lea, vocals.

Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, March 15, 1955

As Long As I Live
Love Is Here To Stay
Love Me

same personnel.

Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, March 16, 1955

I Didn't Know About You
Come Rain Or Come Shine
Thinking Of You
The Best Thing For You Is Me
A Woman Alone With The Blues

Riverside Specialty 8000 series (10 inch LP)

RLP 8001   Pat Northrop, Tony Burrello - I Love New York

Tony Burrello, piano; Pat Northrop, vocals.

circa 1954

New York, New York / Manhattan
42nd Street
Love Letter To Manhattan
Penthouse Serenade
Broadway Rhythm
I Happen To Like New York
Autumn In New York
Lullaby Of Broadway
There's A Boat That's Leaving Soon For New York / New York, New York (reprise)

RLP 8002   Tony Burrello - Polka Dots And Moonbeams

Tony Burrello, piano.

circa 1954

Do You Know Why
A Sinner Kissed An Angel
Polka Dots And Moonbeams
Darn That Dream
All I Remember Is You
I Remember You
It's Always You
Violets For Your Furs
I Could Make You Care
What's New

RLP 8003   Henry Morgan - Here's Morgan!

Henry Morgan, comedian.

circa 1954

Little Red Riding Rouge
Twelve Bottles
Googie Morgan On Baseball
The Russian Concert Commentator
Advertising
The Truth About Cowboys
Mr. Dooley On John D. Rockefeller
Dr. Heinrich Von Morgan On Child Care
The Invention Of Time
Hey, Bud

RLP 8004   Geoffrey Holder's Steel Drum Trio

Geoffrey Holder, timba drums, stick, whistling, leader; Alphonso Marshall, guitar pans; Rod Clavery, second pans; Leonard Ryers, ping pong.

NYC, April 21 & 26, 1954

Dragon Walk
Cocoanuts
Arima Tonight

Geoffrey Holder, timba drums, stick, whistling, leader; Alphonso Marshall, guitar pans; Rod Clavery, second pans; Michael Alexander, ping pong.

La Bouet
Tennessee Waltz
Mike's Mambo
Sali Salli Water
Mambo Jambo