Savoy Records Catalog: 78 rpm 700/800 series

Savoy 700 series (10 inch 78 rpm)

700   Hot Lips Page - I Got What It Takes / Double Trouble Blues

Jesse Brown, Joe Keyes, trumpet; Hot Lips Page, trumpet, vocal; Vic Dickenson, trombone; Earl Bostic, Floyd "Horsecollar" Williams, alto sax; Don Byas, Ike Quebec, tenor sax; Clyde Hart, piano, celeste; Tiny Grimes, guitar; Al Lucas, bass; Jack Parker, drums.

NYC, September 12, 1944

S5706I Got What It Takes
S5708Lips Blues (as Double Trouble Blues)

** originally released on Savoy 529 as Lips Blues / I Got What It Takes.

701   Erroll Garner - I Surrender, Dear / Love Walked In

Erroll Garner, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, March 29, 1949

B4403Love Walked In
BOP210I Surrender Dear

702   Paul Williams - House Rocker / He Knows How To Hucklebuck

James Poe, trumpet; Louis Barrett, Billy Mitchell, tenor sax; Paul Williams, baritone sax; Floyd Taylor, piano; John Holiday, bass; Bill Benjamin, drums; Joan Shaw, vocal.

Detroit, MI, January 13 or June 7, 1949

D0006House Rocker
D0007He Knows How To Hucklebuck

703   John Hardee - Lunatic / Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man

Ludwig Joe Jordan, trumpet; John Hardee, tenor sax, vocal; Billy Kyle, piano; John Simmons, bass; Cozy Cole, drums.

NYC, November, 1947

RE5034Lunatic
RE5035Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man

704   Brownie McGhee - Dreaming And Crying / Wholesale And Retail

Freddie Grooms, piano; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal; unknown, bass; unknown, drums.

NYC, 1948

S35-166Dreaming And Crying
S35-168Wholesale And Retail

705   Eddie Davis - Just A Mystery / Red Pepper

Fats Navarro, trumpet; Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, tenor sax; Al Haig, piano; Huey Long, guitar; Gene Ramey, bass; Denzil Best, drums.

NYC, December 20, 1946

S3371AJust A Mystery
S3372ARed Pepper

706   Joe Marsala - Village Blues / Joe's Blues

Bobby Hackett, cornet; Frank Orchard, trombone; Joe Marsala, clarinet; Gene Schroeder, piano; Eddie Condon, guitar; Bob Casey, bass; Rollo Laylan, drums.

NYC, March 21, 1944

S5423Joe's Blues
S5424Village Blues (as Greenwich Blues)

** originally released on Savoy 504.

707   Lester Young - Crazy Over J.Z. / June Bug

Jesse Drakes, trumpet; Jerry Elliott, trombone; Lester Young, tenor sax; Junior Mance, piano; Leroy Jackson, bass; Roy Haynes, drums.

NYC, June 28, 1949

S5240-3Crazy Over J.Z.
S5243-1June Bug (as Lester Digs)

708   George Shearing - Sweet And Lovely / When Darkness Falls

George Shearing, piano; Gene Ramey, bass; Denzil Best, drums.

NYC, February, 1947

S3396When Darkness Falls

George Shearing, piano; Curly Russell, bass; Cozy Cole, drums.

NYC, December 23, 1947

S3516Sweet And Lovely

709   Jimmy Smith - Ma-Ma / Talking Boogie

Jimmy Smith, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, March 26, 1949

SLA520-3Fat Mama
SLA523Talking Boogie

710   Billy Wright - You Satisfy / Blues For My Baby

Billy Wright, vocal; and others.

Atlanta, GA, circa 1950

SGA688You Satisfy
SGA690Blues For My Baby

711   Paul Williams - Popcorn / Free Dice

Phil Guilbeau, trumpet; Miller Sam, tenor sax; Paul Williams, baritone, alto sax; Floyd Taylor, piano; Herman Hopkins, bass; Reetham Mallett, drums.

NYC, December 15, 1948

S23010Free Dice

James Poe, trumpet; Louis Barrett, Billy Mitchell, tenor sax; Paul Williams, baritone sax; Floyd Taylor, piano; John Holiday, bass; Bill Benjamin, drums; Joan Shaw, vocal.

Detroit, MI, January 13 or June 7, 1949

D0003Popcorn

712   James Von Streeter - I'll Never Smile Again / The Square Dance Hop

Nat Meeks, trumpet; Walter Henry, alto sax; James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Hampton Hawes, piano; Charlie Norris, guitar; Shifty Henry, bass; Al Wichard, drums; Herman Pattus, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, July 27, 1949

SLA4424-3I'll Never Smile Again
SLA4425-2The Square Dance Hop

713   Big Jay McNeely - Man Eater / Cherry Smash

Big Jay McNeely, tenor sax; and others.

November 29, 1948

Man Eater

Big Jay McNeely, tenor sax; Bob McNeely, baritone sax; Devonia Williams, piano; unknown, bass; unknown, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, December 13, 1948

SLA501-1Cherry Smash

714   Brownie McGhee - Good Roller Blues / I Know My Baby

Melvin Merritt, piano; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal; Curly Russell, bass; Arthur Herbert, drums.

NYC, December 19, 1947

S3507Good Roller Blues
S3509I Know My Baby

715   Billy Wright - Billy's Boogie Blues / I Keep Drinking

Billy Wright, vocal; and others.

Atlanta, GA, circa 1950

SGA689Billy's Boogie Blues
SGA691I Keep Drinking

716   The California Playboys - Midnite Creep / Double Trouble Hop

John Anderson, trumpet; Gene Montgomery, tenor sax; Richard Brom, baritone sax; Devonia Williams, piano; Charles Norris, guitar; Morris Edwards, bass; Roy Porter, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, February 18, 1949

SLA508-1Midnite Creep
SLA509-1Double Trouble Hop

717   Wild Bill Moore - Rocking With Leroy / Top And Bottom

Phil Guilbeau, trumpet; Wild Bill Moore, tenor sax; Paul Williams, baritone, alto sax; T.J. Fowler, piano; Herman Hopkins, bass; Reetham Mallett, drums.

Detroit, MI, December 18, 1947

D821Rocking With Leroy
D825Top And Bottom

718   George Shearing - Bop's Your Uncle / Sophisticated Lady

George Shearing, piano; Curly Russell, bass; Cozy Cole, drums.

NYC, December 23, 1947

S3515-2Bop's Your Uncle
S3518-2Sophisticated Lady

719   Johnny Crawford - Tall Corn / Mickey Cooper - Satisfied Blues

Jimmy Harris, trumpet; Clyde Dunn, baritone sax; Henry McDode, piano; Tiny Webb, guitar; Jimmy Miller, drums; Charles Johnson, unknown instruments; Mickey Cooper, Johnny Crawford, Little Benny Jackson, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, October 29, 1949

SLA4441-2Tall Corn
SLA4442-1Satisfied Blues

720   Felix Gross - Love For Christmas / You Don't Love Me

Joe Howard, tenor sax; Tiny Webb, guitar; Minor Robinson, drums; Rolf Beleman, Doug Byers, Albert Elam, Adam Green, Joe Stone, unknown instruments; Felix Gross, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, October 25, 1949

SLA4434-3Love For Christmas
SLA4436-3You Don't Love Me

721   Paul Williams - Cranberries / Juice Bug Boogie

Phil Guilbeau, trumpet; Fred Jackson, Cranford Wright, tenor sax; Paul Williams, baritone, alto sax; Lee Anderson, piano; Pete Glover, bass; Bill Benjamin, drums.

NYC, November 2, 1949

S5246Juice Bug Boogie

Phil Guilbeau, trumpet; Fred Jackson, Cranford Wright, tenor sax; Paul Williams, baritone, alto sax; Lee Anderson, piano; John Murphy, bass; William Benjamin, drums; Connie Allen, vocal; Maurice King, arranger.

Detroit, MI, December 1, 1949

DM6813Cranberries

722   Carl Perkins - The Rosary / Ave Maria

Carl Perkins, piano; unknown, bass; unknown, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, November, 1949

PG3904The Rosary
PG3907Ave Maria

723   Erroll Garner - I Only Have Eyes For You / I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me

Erroll Garner, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, March 29, 1949

B4415I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
BOP211I Only Have Eyes For You

724   Erroll Garner - I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance / All Of Me

Erroll Garner, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, March 29, 1949

B4407I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance
B4419All Of Me

725   Erroll Garner - Cottage For Sale / I'm In The Mood For Love

Erroll Garner, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, March 29, 1949

B4412Cottage For Sale
B4414I'm In The Mood For Love

726   The Robins - If It's So Baby / If I Didn't Love You So

Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano, vocal; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, vocal; The Robins: Ty Terrell, tenor; Billy Richards, Roy Richards, baritone; Bobby Nunn, lead bass.

Los Angeles, CA, December 1, 1949

SLA4452-1If It's So Baby
SLA4454If I Didn't Love You So

727   Erroll Garner - Stompin' At The Savoy / September Song

Erroll Garner, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, March 29, 1949

B4404September Song
B4408Stompin' At The Savoy

728   Erroll Garner - It's Easy To Remember / Body And Soul

Erroll Garner, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, March 29, 1949

B4401It's Easy To Remember
B4405Body And Soul

729   The De Kalb Folks With Abe Dyer's Orchestra - Texas Joe / Moose Boogie

The De Kalb Folks With Abe Dyer's Orchestra.

circa 1949?

DB2604Texas Joe
DB2605Moose Boogie

730   Carl Perkins - Smoke Gets In Your Eyes / I'll Never Smile Again

Carl Perkins, piano; unknown, bass; unknown, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, November, 1949

PG3905Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
PG3908I'll Never Smile Again

731   Johnny Otis - Double Crossing Blues / The Beale Street Gang - Back Alley Blues

Milt Buckner, piano; and others.

NYC, July 11, 1948

S35-150Back Alley Blues

Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano, vocal; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, vocal; The Robins: Ty Terrell, tenor; Billy Richards, Roy Richards, baritone; Bobby Nunn, lead bass.

Los Angeles, CA, December 1, 1949

SLA4456-2Double Crossing Blues

732   Johnny Otis - The Turkey Hop Parts 1 & 2

John Anderson, trumpet; Floyd Turnham, alto sax; Big Jay McNeely, tenor sax; Bobby McNeely, baritone sax; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Mel Walker, vocal; The Robins: Ty Terrell, tenor; Billy Richards, Roy Richards, baritone; Bobby Nunn, lead bass; Johnny Otis, director.

Los Angeles, CA, January 11, 1950

SLA5101-3The Turkey Hop Part 1
SLA5102-3The Turkey Hop Part 2

733   Billy Wright - Thinking Blues / Back Biting Woman

Billy Wright, vocal; and others.

Atlanta, GA, September 23, 1949

SGA660-3Thinking Blues

same personnel.

Atlanta, GA, January 7, 1950

SGA665-3Back Biting Woman

734   Paul Williams - Camp Meeting Bounce / What's Happening

Phil Guilbeau, trumpet; Fred Jackson, Cranford Wright, tenor sax; Paul Williams, baritone, alto sax; Lee Anderson, piano; John Murphy, bass; William Benjamin, drums; Connie Allen, vocal; Maurice King, arranger.

Detroit, MI, December 1, 1949

DM6810Camp Meeting Bounce
DM6812What's Happening

735   Little Esther - Misery / Little Esther, Mel Walker - Mistrutin' Blues

Lorenzo Holden, tenor sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, vocal; The Robins: Ty Terrell, tenor; Billy Richards, Roy Richards, baritone; Bobby Nunn, lead bass.

Los Angeles, CA, February 13, 1950

SLA5107-2Misery

Lee Graves, Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone, alto sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, Redd Lyte, Mel Walker, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, February 27, 1950

SLA5114Mistrutin' Blues

736   The Calypso Serenaders - Bulldog Don't Bite Me / Zambo

The Calypso Serenaders.

March 13, 1950

S5250Bulldog Don't Bite Me
S5251Zambo

737   The Calypso Serenaders - Calypso Man / Give Me One Dollar

The Calypso Serenaders.: same session.

March 13, 1950

S5252Calypso Man
S5253Give Me One Dollar

738   The Robins - Our Romance Is Gone / Ain't No Use Beggin'

Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano, vocal; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, vocal; The Robins: Ty Terrell, tenor; Billy Richards, Roy Richards, baritone; Bobby Nunn, lead bass.

Los Angeles, CA, December 1, 1949

SLA4453Our Romance Is Gone

Lorenzo Holden, tenor sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, vocal; The Robins: Ty Terrell, tenor; Billy Richards, Roy Richards, baritone; Bobby Nunn, lead bass.

Los Angeles, CA, February 13, 1950

SLA5110-1Ain't No Use Beggin'

739   Erroll Garner - All The Things You Are / George Shearing - George's Boogie

George Shearing, piano; Gene Ramey, bass; Denzil Best, drums.

NYC, February 3, 1947

S3389George's Boogie

Erroll Garner, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, March 29, 1949

B4406-2All The Things You Are

740   Eddie Condon - Clarinet Marmalade / Tiger Rag

Bobby Hackett, cornet; Frank Orchard, trombone; Joe Marsala, clarinet; Gene Schroeder, piano; Eddie Condon, guitar; Bob Casey, bass; Rollo Laylan, drums.

NYC, March 21, 1944

S5422Clarinet Marmalade
S5425Tiger Rag

** originally released on Savoy 503 as Joe Marsala - Tiger Rag / Clarinet Marmalade.

741   Billy Wright - After Dark Blues / Heavy Hearted Blues

Billy Wright, vocal; and others.

Atlanta, GA, September 23, 1949

SGA661-5After Dark Blues

same personnel.

Atlanta, GA, January 7, 1950

SGA667-2Heavy Hearted Blues

742   Carl Perkins - Summertime / Lullaby In Rhythm

Carl Perkins, piano; Edwin Perkins, bass; Herb Williams, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, November 30, 1949

CP14945Summertime
CP14947Lullaby In Rhythm

743   Johnny Otis - New Orleans Shuffle / Blues Nocturne

Lee Graves, Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Lorenzo Holden, Big Jay McNeely, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone sax; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Redd Lyte, vocal; Johnny Otis, director.

Los Angeles, CA, December 23, 1949

SLA4460-4New Orleans Shuffle

John Anderson, trumpet; Floyd Turnham, alto sax; Big Jay McNeely, tenor sax; Bobby McNeely, baritone sax; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Mel Walker, vocal; The Robins: Ty Terrell, tenor; Billy Richards, Roy Richards, baritone; Bobby Nunn, lead bass; Johnny Otis, director.

Los Angeles, CA, January 11, 1950

SLA5103-2Blues Nocturne

744   Sidney Bechet, Humphrey Lyttelton - Black And Blue / Some Of These Days

Humphrey Lyttelton, trumpet; Keith Christie, trombone; Wally Fawkes, clarinet; Sidney Bechet, soprano sax; George Webb, piano; Buddy Wallis, banjo; John Wright, bass; Bernard Seward, drums.

London, England, November 13, 1949

S5270Some Of These Days
S5271Black And Blue

745   Sidney Bechet, Humphrey Lyttelton - Sleepy Time Down South / Who's Sorry Now

Humphrey Lyttelton, trumpet; Keith Christie, trombone; Wally Fawkes, clarinet; Sidney Bechet, soprano sax; George Webb, piano; Buddy Wallis, banjo; John Wright, bass; Bernard Seward, drums.: same session.

London, England, November 13, 1949

S5272Who's Sorry Now
S5273Sleepy Time Down South

746   Sidney Bechet, Humphrey Lyttelton - I Told You Once, I Told You Twice / Georgia On My Mind

Humphrey Lyttelton, trumpet; Keith Christie, trombone; Wally Fawkes, clarinet; Sidney Bechet, soprano sax; George Webb, piano; Buddy Wallis, banjo; John Wright, bass; Bernard Seward, drums.: same session.

London, England, November 13, 1949

S5274I Told You Once, I Told You Twice
S5275Georgia On My Mind

747   Brownie McGhee - Brownie's New Worried Life Blues / C.C. Baby

George Rhodes, piano; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal; Gene Ramey, bass; Arthur Herbert, drums.

NYC, December 20, 1948

S23014Brownie's New Worried Life Blues

Harry Van Walls, piano; Bill Caples, guitar; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal; Billy Taylor, bass; John Hartsfield, drums.

NYC, May 8, 1950

S36-145C.C. Baby

748   Mel Walker - Helpless / Johnny Otis - Dreamin' Blues

Lorenzo Holden, tenor sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Mel Walker, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, February 23, 1950

SLA5112-1Helpless

add Lee Graves, Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone, alto sax; Little Esther, Redd Lyte, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, February 27, 1950

SLA5115-3Dreamin' Blues

749   Johnny Otis - I'm Not Falling In Love With You / Cry Baby

Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano, vocal; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, vocal; The Robins: Ty Terrell, tenor; Billy Richards, Roy Richards, baritone; Bobby Nunn, lead bass.

Los Angeles, CA, December 1, 1949

SLA4451I'm Not Falling In Love With You

John Anderson, trumpet; Floyd Turnham, alto sax; Big Jay McNeely, tenor sax; Bobby McNeely, baritone sax; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Mel Walker, vocal; The Robins: Ty Terrell, tenor; Billy Richards, Roy Richards, baritone; Bobby Nunn, lead bass; Johnny Otis, director.

Los Angeles, CA, January 11, 1950

SLA5104ACry Baby

750   Little Esther - Just Can't Get Free / Little Esther, Mel Walker - Cupid's Boogie

Lee Graves, Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone, alto sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, Redd Lyte, Mel Walker, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, February 27, 1950

SLA5116Cupid's Boogie

Don Johnson, trumpet; Little Esther, Redd Lyte, Mel Walker, vocal; Johnny Otis, leader; and others.

Baltimore, MD, May 3, 1950

SGA673Just Can't Get Free

751   Paul Williams - Rye Boogie / Weasel Swing

Phil Guilbeau, trumpet; Joe Alexander, Miller Sam, tenor sax; Paul Williams, baritone sax; Lee Anderson, piano; John Murphy, bass; William Benjamin, drums.

NYC, May 18, 1950

S36-147Rye Boogie
S36-148Weasel Swing

752   The Robins - There's Rain In My Eyes / I'm Living O.K.

Lee Graves, Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone sax; Johnny Otis, vibes, drums; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Gene Phillips, Hawaiian guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, Redd Lyte, Junior Ryder, vocal; The Robins: Ty Terrell, tenor; Billy Richards, Roy Richards, baritone; Bobby Nunn, lead bass.

Los Angeles, CA, November 10, 1949

SLA4445There's Rain In My Eyes

Lorenzo Holden, tenor sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, vocal; The Robins: Ty Terrell, tenor; Billy Richards, Roy Richards, baritone; Bobby Nunn, lead bass.

Los Angeles, CA, February 13, 1950

SLA5109I'm Living O.K.

753   Sleepy Joe - Amen Blues / Mama Mama Blues

Ralph Willis, guitar, vocal; Pete Sanders, washboard.

NYC, 1948

S35-161Amen Blues
S35-164Mama Mama Blues

754   Danny Cobb - Danny Boy / Rockaway Blues

Ray Copeland, trumpet; Ted Kelly, trombone; Sahib Shihab, alto sax; Lucky Thompson, tenor sax; Pritchard Cheesman, baritone sax; Clifton Smalls, piano; Peck Morrison, bass; Panama Francis, drums; Danny Cobb, vocal.

NYC, June 16, 1950

S36-150Danny Boy
S36-152Rockaway Blues

755   Hot Lips Page - Uncle Sam's Blues / Lips Blues

Hot Lips Page, trumpet, vocal; Floyd "Horsecollar" Williams, alto, tenor sax; Don Byas, George Johnson, tenor sax; Clyde Hart, piano; John Simmons, bass; Sidney Catlett, drums.

NYC, June 14, 1944

S5463-6Uncle Sam's Blues

Jesse Brown, Joe Keyes, trumpet; Hot Lips Page, trumpet, vocal; Vic Dickenson, trombone; Earl Bostic, Floyd "Horsecollar" Williams, alto sax; Don Byas, Ike Quebec, tenor sax; Clyde Hart, piano, celeste; Tiny Grimes, guitar; Al Lucas, bass; Jack Parker, drums.

NYC, September 12, 1944

S5708Lips Blues (as Double Trouble Blues)

756   Dodo Marmarosa - My Foolish Heart / Why Was I Born

Dodo Marmarosa, piano; Thomas Mandrus, bass; Joe Wallace, drums.

Pittsburgh, PA, July 21, 1950

PIT8600My Foolish Heart
PIT8602Why Was I Born

757   Erroll Garner - Confessin' / Stormy Weather

Erroll Garner, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, summer 1949

B4528Confessin'
B4529Stormy Weather

758   Paul Williams - Jeep's Blues / Paul's Boogie

Phil Guilbeau, trumpet; Fred Jackson, Cranford Wright, tenor sax; Paul Williams, baritone, alto sax; Lee Anderson, piano; John Murphy, bass; William Benjamin, drums; Connie Allen, vocal; Maurice King, arranger.

Detroit, MI, December 1, 1949

DM6809Paul's Boogie

Phil Guilbeau, trumpet; Joe Alexander, Miller Sam, tenor sax; Paul Williams, baritone sax; Lee Anderson, piano; John Murphy, bass; William Benjamin, drums.

NYC, May 18, 1950

S36-146Jeep's Blues

759   Little Esther - Lost Dream Blues / Little Esther, Mel Walker - Deceivin' Blues

Lee Graves, Don Johnson, Hosea Sapp, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone, alto sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, Redd Lyte, Mel Walker, vocal.

Chicago, IL, June 20, 1950

SAV6814Lost In A Dream (as Lost Dream Blues)
SAV6815Deceivin' Blues

760   The X-Rays, Brownie McGhee - You Got To Love Me Baby / Feed Me Baby

possibly Milt Larkins, trombone; Hal Singer, tenor sax; Harry Van Walls, piano; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal; unknown, bass; unknown, drums; The X-Rays, vocal group.

1950?

SA27142You Got To Love Me Baby
SA27145Feed Me Baby

761   Billy Wright - Fore Day Blues / Empty Hands

Billy Wright, vocal; and others.

Atlanta, GA, September 23, 1949

SGA663Fore Day Blues

Billy Wright, vocal; Neil Jans Orchestra.

Atlanta, GA, April 24, 1950

SGA671Empty Hands

762   The Robins - I'm Through / You're Fine But Not My Kind

Lorenzo Holden, tenor sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, vocal; The Robins: Ty Terrell, tenor; Billy Richards, Roy Richards, baritone; Bobby Nunn, lead bass.

Los Angeles, CA, February 13, 1950

SLA5108-2I'm Through
SLA5111You're Fine But Not My Kind

763   Don Byas - London Donnie / Old Folks

Don Byas, tenor sax; Teddy Brannon, piano; Frank Skeete, bass; Fred Radcliffe, drums.

NYC, May 17, 1946

S59049London Donnie
S59050Old Folks

** originally released on Savoy 628.

764   Johnny Otis - Wedding Boogie / Little Esther, Mel Walker - Far Way Blues (My Christmas Blues)

Don Johnson, Hosea Sapp, trumpet; Lee Graves, trumpet, vocal; George Washington, trombone; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone, alto sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, Mel Walker, vocal.

NYC, August 12, 1950

SAV6821Wedding Boogie
SAV6822Far Way Blues (My Christmas Blues)

765   Erroll Garner - The Man I Love / Until The Real Thing Comes Along

Erroll Garner, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, summer 1949

B4523The Man I Love
B4527Until The Real Thing Comes Along

766   Johnny Otis - Rockin' Blues / My Heart Tell Me

Don Johnson, trumpet; Little Esther, Redd Lyte, Mel Walker, vocal; Johnny Otis, leader; and others.

Baltimore, MD, May 3, 1950

SGA674My Heart Tell Me

Lee Graves, Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone, alto sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, Mel Walker, vocal.

NYC, September 19, 1950

SS6833Rockin' Blues

767   Erroll Garner - Moonglow / I Want A Little Girl

Erroll Garner, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, summer 1949

B4524Moonglow
B4525I Want A Little Girl

768   Erroll Garner - This Can't Be Love / She's Funny That Way

Erroll Garner, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, summer 1949

B4522This Can't Be Love
B4526She's Funny That Way

769   The Four Buddies - Just To See You Smile Again / I Will Wait

Leon "Larry" Harrison, lead tenor vocal; Gregory Carroll, 2nd tenor vocal; Bert Palmer, baritone vocal; Tommy Smith, bass vocal; with Harry Van Walls, piano; Rene Hall, guitar; Carl Wilson, bass.

NYC, October 12, 1950

US11661Just To See You Smile Again
US11662I Will Wait

770   Don Byas - To Each His Own / I Don't Know Why

Don Byas, tenor sax; Teddy Brannon, piano; Frank Skeete, bass; Fred Radcliffe, drums.

NYC, May 17, 1946

S59048I Don't Know Why

Don Byas, tenor sax; Sanford Gold, piano; Leonard Gaskin, bass; Max Roach, drums.

NYC, August 21, 1946

S3330To Each His Own

771   Erroll Garner - Rosalie / Stairway To The Stars

Erroll Garner, piano; Leonard Gaskin, bass; Charlie Smith, drums.

NYC, August, 1949

PO-251Rosalie
PO-253Stairway To The Stars

772   Erroll Garner - On The Sunny Side Of The Street / Everything Happens To Me

Erroll Garner, piano; Leonard Gaskin, bass; Charlie Smith, drums.: same session.

NYC, August, 1949

PO-250On The Sunny Side Of The Street
PO-252Everything Happens To Me

773   Paul Williams - Turtle Rock / Blues At Daybreak

Phil Guilbeau, trumpet; Wild Bill Moore, tenor sax; Paul Williams, baritone sax; Floyd Taylor, piano; Herman Hopkins, bass; Reetham Mallett, drums.

Detroit, MI, March 4, 1948

D839Turtle Rock

Phil Guilbeau, trumpet; Fred Jackson, Cranford Wright, tenor sax; Paul Williams, baritone, alto sax; Lee Anderson, piano; John Murphy, bass; William Benjamin, drums; Connie Allen, vocal; Maurice King, arranger.

Detroit, MI, December 1, 1949

DM6811Blues At Daybreak

774   Johnny Otis - Head Hunter / Cool And Easy

Big Jay McNeely, tenor sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, Redd Lyte, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, December 23, 1949

SLA4457-2Head Hunter

Lee Graves, Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone, alto sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, Redd Lyte, Mel Walker, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, February 27, 1950

SLA5113-3Cool And Easy

775   Johnny Otis - Love Will Break You Heart For You / Little Esther - I Don't Care

Don Johnson, Hosea Sapp, trumpet; Lee Graves, trumpet, vocal; George Washington, trombone; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone, alto sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, Mel Walker, vocal.: Graves plays, trumpet, vocal. Hosea Sapp, trumpet; replaces Lyte.

NYC, August 12, 1950

SAV6823Love Will Break You Heart For You

Lee Graves, Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone, alto sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, Mel Walker, vocal.

NYC, September 19, 1950

SAV6834I Don't Care

776   Billy Wright - Keep Your Hands On Your Heart / Mean Old Wine

Billy Wright, vocal; and others.

Atlanta, GA, December 5, 1950

SGA1417Keep Your Hands On Your Heart
SGA1420Mean Old Wine

777   Johnny Otis - Gee Baby / Mambo Boogie

Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Walter Henry, alto sax; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Redd Lyte, Mel Walker, vocal; The Barreleers, vocal group.

Los Angeles, CA, January 5, 1951

SLA13006-1Gee Baby

Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Walter Henry, alto sax; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Linda Hopkins, Mel Walker, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, January 10, 1951

SLA13018-4Mambo Boogie

778   Brownie McGhee - True Blues / My Consolation

Harry Van Walls, piano; Bill Caples, guitar; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal; Billy Taylor, bass; John Hartsfield, drums.

NYC, May 8, 1950

S36-142True Blues
S36-143-1My Consolation

779   The Four Buddies - Don't Leave Me Now / Sweet Slumber

Leon "Larry" Harrison, lead tenor vocal; Gregory Carroll, 2nd tenor vocal; Bert Palmer, baritone vocal; Tommy Smith, bass vocal; with Harry Van Walls, piano; Rene Hall, guitar; Carl Wilson, bass.

NYC, October 12, 1950

US11664Don't Leave Me Now

Leon "Larry" Harrison, lead tenor vocal; Gregory Carroll, 2nd tenor vocal; Bert Palmer, baritone vocal; Tommy Smith, bass vocal; with Earres Prince, piano; Rene Hall, guitar; Ted Sinolair, bass; Herbie Cowans, drums.

NYC, January 13, 1951

US11671Sweet Slumber

780   Johnny Otis - Doggin' Blues / Living And Loving You

Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Walter Henry, alto sax; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Linda Hopkins, vocal; The Barreleers, vocal group.

Los Angeles, CA, January 9, 1951

SLA13014Doggin' Blues
SLA13017Living And Loving You

781   Billy Wright - Mercy Mercy / Stacked Deck

Billy Wright, vocal; and others.

Atlanta, GA, December 5, 1950

SGA1418Mercy Mercy
SGA1419Stacked Deck

782   Erroll Garner - All The Things You Are / Goodbye

Erroll Garner, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, March 29, 1949

B4406-2All The Things You Are
B4411Goodbye

783   Gaucho And Orchestra - Tequilla / Jungle Mambo

no details.

784   Elmer Warner - Bring Back My Love / I Must Be Out Of My Mind

Elmer Warner, guitar, vocal; and others.

NYC, April 3, 1951

S6849Bring Back My Love
S6852I Must Be Out Of My Mind

785   The Beale Street Gang - Red Red Wine / Boogie Grunt

Tyree Glenn, trombone; Harold Clark, tenor sax; Reuben Phillips, baritone sax; Milt Buckner, piano, vocal; Aaron Bell, bass; Tim Kennedy, drums.

NYC, April 5, 1951

SAV6853Red Red Wine
SAV6854Boogie Grunt

786   Lester Young - Ding Dong / Blue' N' Bells

Jesse Drakes, trumpet; Jerry Elliott, trombone; Lester Young, tenor sax; Junior Mance, piano; Leroy Jackson, bass; Roy Haynes, drums.

NYC, June 28, 1949

S5241-3Ding Dong
S5242-3Blue' N' Bells

787   Johnny Otis - Hangover Blues / I Dream

Lee Graves, Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone sax; Johnny Otis, vibes, drums; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Gene Phillips, Hawaiian guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, Redd Lyte, Junior Ryder, vocal; The Robins: Ty Terrell, tenor; Billy Richards, Roy Richards, baritone; Bobby Nunn, lead bass.

Los Angeles, CA, November 10, 1949

SLA4446-1Hangover Blues

Lee Graves, Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone, alto sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, Mel Walker, vocal.

NYC, September 19, 1950

SS6835I Dream

788   Johnny Otis - All Nite Long / New Love

Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Walter Henry, alto sax; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Linda Hopkins, Mel Walker, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, January 10, 1951

SLA13019-1New Love

Lee Graves, Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone, vocal; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone, alto sax; Johnny Otis, vibes, vocal; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Mel Walker, vocal.

NYC, March 19, 1951

SS6841All Nite Long

789   The Four Buddies - My Summer's Gone / Why At A Time Like This

Leon "Larry" Harrison, lead tenor vocal; Gregory Carroll, 2nd tenor vocal; Bert Palmer, baritone vocal; Tommy Smith, bass vocal; with Harry Van Walls, piano; Rene Hall, guitar; Carl Wilson, bass.

NYC, October 12, 1950

US11663Why At A Time Like This

Leon "Larry" Harrison, lead tenor vocal; Gregory Carroll, 2nd tenor vocal; Bert Palmer, baritone vocal; Tommy Smith, bass vocal; with Earres Prince, piano; Rene Hall, guitar; Ted Sinolair, bass; Herbie Cowans, drums.

NYC, January 13, 1951

US11672My Summer's Gone

790   Ben Pollack - Fidgety Feet / Dardanella

Dick Cathart, cornet; Moe Schneider, trombone; Matty Matlock, clarinet; Ray Sherman, piano; Bill Newman, guitar; Walt Yoder, bass; Ben Pollack, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, August 8, 1950

2B301-1Fidgety Feet
2B303-4Dardanella

791   Ben Pollack - That Da-Da Strain / Stompin' At The Savoy

Dick Cathart, cornet; Moe Schneider, trombone; Matty Matlock, clarinet; Ray Sherman, piano; Bill Newman, guitar; Walt Yoder, bass; Ben Pollack, drums.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, August 8, 1950

2B300-3That Da-Da Strain
2B302-3Stompin' At The Savoy

792   Nate Brown - Swanee River / Get Happy

Nate Brown, vocal; The Four Clefs.

1950-1951

SCR105AGet Happy
SCR109ASwanee River

793   Eddie Coombe - Perhaps / Bert Keyes - Come On A My House

Bert Keyes, vocal; Eddie Coombe's Quintet.

NYC, June 22, 1951

SA4102Perhaps
SA4103Come On A My House

45-794   Ben Pollack - Stompin' At The Savoy / Dardanella

Dick Cathart, cornet; Moe Schneider, trombone; Matty Matlock, clarinet; Ray Sherman, piano; Bill Newman, guitar; Walt Yoder, bass; Ben Pollack, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, August 8, 1950

2B302-3Stompin' At The Savoy
2B303-4Dardanella

45-795   Pee Wee Hunt - Muskrat Ramble / I Got Rhythm

Frank Bruno, trumpet; Pee Wee Hunt, trombone, vocal; Matty Matlock, clarinet; Carl Fischer, piano; Harvey Chernap, bass; Glenn Walker, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, July, 1946

MR440-3Muskrat Ramble
MR445-3I Got Rhythm

45-796   Joe Marsala - Joe's Blues / Tiger Rag

Bobby Hackett, cornet; Frank Orchard, trombone; Joe Marsala, clarinet; Gene Schroeder, piano; Eddie Condon, guitar; Bob Casey, bass; Rollo Laylan, drums.

NYC, March 21, 1944

S5423Joe's Blues
S5425Tiger Rag

45-797   The Beale Street Gang - Lights Out / Hal Singer - Corn Bread

Pazzuza Simon, tenor sax; Milt Buckner, piano; Curly Russell, bass; Arthur Herbert, drums.

NYC, October 28, 1946

S3366Lights Out

Milton Larkins, trombone; Hal Singer, tenor sax; Wynton Kelly, piano; Franklin Skeete, bass; Heywood Jackson, drums.

NYC, circa June, 1948

S35-127Corn Bread

45-798   Big Jay McNeely - The Deacon's Hop / Paul Williams - Thirty-Five-Thirty

John Lawton, trumpet; Walter Cox, tenor, alto sax; Paul Williams, baritone, alto sax; T.J. Fowler, piano; Hank Ivory, bass; Clarence Stamps, drums; Alex Thomas, vocal.

Detroit, MI, October 6, 1947

DET808Thirty-Five-Thirty

Big Jay McNeely, tenor sax; Bob McNeely, baritone sax; Devonia Williams, piano; unknown, bass; unknown, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, December 13, 1948

SLA502-1The Deacon's Hop

45-799   Paul Williams - The Hucklebuck / Wild Bill Moore - Bubbles

Phil Guilbeau, trumpet; Wild Bill Moore, tenor sax; Paul Williams, baritone, alto sax; Floyd Taylor, piano; Herman Hopkins, bass; Reetham Mallett, drums.

Detroit, MI, November 21, 1947

D816Bubbles

Phil Guilbeau, trumpet; Miller Sam, tenor sax; Paul Williams, baritone, alto sax; Floyd Taylor, piano; Herman Hopkins, bass; Reetham Mallett, drums.

NYC, December 15, 1948

S23011The Hucklebuck

Savoy 800 series (10 inch 78 rpm)

800   Boyd Raeburn - Body And Soul / The Man With The Horn

Frank Beach, Bob Fowler, Ray Linn, Dale Pierce, trumpet; Burt Johnson, Tommy Pearson, Ollie Wilson, trombone; Lloyd Otto, Ebon Vail, French horn; Bill Starkey, English horn, bass sax; Wilbur Schwartz, alto sax; Ethmer Roden, alto sax, flute; Gus McReynolds, tenor sax; Ralph Lee, tenor sax, bassoon; Hy Mandel, baritone sax; Loretta Thompson, harp; Hal Schaefer, piano; Tony Rizzi, guitar; Harry Babison, bass; Mack Albright, drums; Ginnie Powell, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, September 14, 1946

JRC231-2Man With A Horn

Frank Beach, Ray Linn, Dale Pierce, Nelson Shelladay, trumpet; Hal Smith, Ollie Wilson, Fred Zito, trombone; Lloyd Otto, Evan Vail, French horn; Julie Jacobs, Harry Klee, Ralph Lee, Hy Mandel, Gus McReynolds, Boyd Raeburn, Wilbur Schwartz, reeds; Gale Laughton, harp; Hal Schaefer, piano; Tony Rizzi, guitar; Harry Babasin, bass; Jackie Mills, drums; Ginny Powell, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, 1946

JRC147-2Body And Soul

801   Boyd Raeburn - Dalvatore Sally / Soft And Warm

Cari Groen, Ray Linn, Dale Pierce, Nelson Shelladay, trumpet; Hal Smith, Ollie Wilson, Britt Woodman, trombone; Harry Klee, Ralph Lee, Hy Mandel, Gus McReynolds, Boyd Raeburn, Wilbur Schwartz, reeds; Dodo Marmarosa, piano; Dave Barbour, guitar; Harry Babasin, bass; Jackie Mills, drums; David Allyn, Ginny Powell, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, February 5, 1946

JRC132-2Dalvatore Sally

Frank Beach, Bob Fowler, Ray Linn, Dale Pierce, trumpet; Burt Johnson, Tommy Pearson, Ollie Wilson, trombone; Lloyd Otto, Ebon Vail, French horn; Bill Starkey, English horn, bass sax; Wilbur Schwartz, alto sax; Ethmer Roden, alto sax, flute; Gus McReynolds, tenor sax; Ralph Lee, tenor sax, bassoon; Hy Mandel, baritone sax; Loretta Thompson, harp; Hal Schaefer, piano; Tony Rizzi, guitar; Harry Babison, bass; Mack Albright, drums; Ginnie Powell, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, September 14, 1946

JRC239-5Soft And Warm

802   Boyd Raeburn - Boyd Meets Stravinsky / Forgetful

Tommy Allison, Alan Jeffreys, Johnny Napton, Dale Pierce, trumpet; Jack Carmen, Ollie Wilson, Sy Zentner, trombone; Lenny Green, Hal McKusick, alto sax; Stuart Anderson, Frank Socolow, tenor sax; Gus McReynolds, baritone sax; Boyd Raeburn, bass sax; George Handy, piano, arranger; Haydn Causey, guitar; Ed Mihelich, bass; Jackie Mills, drums; David Allyn, Ginnie Powell, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, October 15, 1945

JRC224-2Forgetful

Cari Groen, Ray Linn, Dale Pierce, Nelson Shelladay, trumpet; Hal Smith, Ollie Wilson, Britt Woodman, trombone; Harry Klee, Ralph Lee, Hy Mandel, Gus McReynolds, Boyd Raeburn, Wilbur Schwartz, reeds; Dodo Marmarosa, piano; Dave Barbour, guitar; Harry Babasin, bass; Jackie Mills, drums; David Allyn, Ginny Powell, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, February 5, 1946

JRC133-2Boyd Meets Stravinsky

803   Boyd Raeburn - Tonsilectomy / Rip Van Winkle

Tommy Allison, Alan Jeffreys, Johnny Napton, Dale Pierce, trumpet; Jack Carmen, Ollie Wilson, Sy Zentner, trombone; Lenny Green, Hal McKusick, alto sax; Stuart Anderson, Frank Socolow, tenor sax; Gus McReynolds, baritone sax; Boyd Raeburn, bass sax; George Handy, piano, arranger; Haydn Causey, guitar; Ed Mihelich, bass; Jackie Mills, drums; David Allyn, Ginnie Powell, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, October 15, 1945

JRC223-3Tonsilectomy
JRC225-1Rip Van Winkle

804   Boyd Raeburn - Yerxa / Hip Boyds

Tommy Allison, Alan Jeffreys, Johnny Napton, Dale Pierce, trumpet; Jack Carmen, Ollie Wilson, Sy Zentner, trombone; Lenny Green, Hal McKusick, alto sax; Stuart Anderson, Frank Socolow, tenor sax; Gus McReynolds, baritone sax; Boyd Raeburn, bass sax; George Handy, piano, arranger; Haydn Causey, guitar; Ed Mihelich, bass; Jackie Mills, drums; David Allyn, Ginnie Powell, vocal.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, October 15, 1945

JRC226-2Yerxa

Frank Beach, Bob Fowler, Ray Linn, Dale Pierce, trumpet; Burt Johnson, Tommy Pearson, Ollie Wilson, trombone; Lloyd Otto, Ebon Vail, French horn; Bill Starkey, English horn, bass sax; Wilbur Schwartz, alto sax; Ethmer Roden, alto sax, flute; Gus McReynolds, tenor sax; Ralph Lee, tenor sax, bassoon; Hy Mandel, baritone sax; Loretta Thompson, harp; Hal Schaefer, piano; Tony Rizzi, guitar; Harry Babison, bass; Mack Albright, drums; Ginnie Powell, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, September 14, 1946

JRC230-1Hip Boyds

805   Boyd Raeburn - I Only Have Eyes For You / Over The Rainbow

Cari Groen, Ray Linn, Dale Pierce, Nelson Shelladay, trumpet; Hal Smith, Ollie Wilson, Britt Woodman, trombone; Harry Klee, Ralph Lee, Hy Mandel, Gus McReynolds, Boyd Raeburn, Wilbur Schwartz, reeds; Dodo Marmarosa, piano; Dave Barbour, guitar; Harry Babasin, bass; Jackie Mills, drums; David Allyn, Ginny Powell, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, February 5, 1946

JRC134-2I Only Have Eyes For You

Frank Beach, Ray Linn, Dale Pierce, Nelson Shelladay, trumpet; Hal Smith, Ollie Wilson, Fred Zito, trombone; Lloyd Otto, Evan Vail, French horn; Julie Jacobs, Harry Klee, Ralph Lee, Hy Mandel, Gus McReynolds, Boyd Raeburn, Wilbur Schwartz, reeds; Gale Laughton, harp; Hal Schaefer, piano; Tony Rizzi, guitar; Harry Babasin, bass; Jackie Mills, drums; Ginny Powell, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, 1946

JRC146-2Over The Rainbow

806   Boyd Raeburn - Blue Echoes / Duck Waddle

Frank Beach, Bob Fowler, Ray Linn, Dale Pierce, trumpet; Burt Johnson, Tommy Pearson, Ollie Wilson, trombone; Lloyd Otto, Ebon Vail, French horn; Bill Starkey, English horn, bass sax; Wilbur Schwartz, alto sax; Ethmer Roden, alto sax, flute; Gus McReynolds, tenor sax; Ralph Lee, tenor sax, bassoon; Hy Mandel, baritone sax; Loretta Thompson, harp; Hal Schaefer, piano; Tony Rizzi, guitar; Harry Babison, bass; Mack Albright, drums; Ginnie Powell, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, September 14, 1946

JRC233Duck Waddle

Frank Beach, Ray Linn, Dale Pierce, Nelson Shelladay, trumpet; Hal Smith, Ollie Wilson, Fred Zito, trombone; Lloyd Otto, Evan Vail, French horn; Julie Jacobs, oboe, English horn, tenor sax; Harry Klee, alto sax, flute; Wilbur Schwartz, alto sax, clarinet; Gus McReynolds, tenor sax; Ralph Lee, tenor sax, bassoon; Hy Mandel, baritone sax; Boyd Raeburn, bass, tenor sax; Gale Laughton, harp; Hal Schaefer, piano; Tony Rizzi, guitar; Harry Babison, bass; Jackie Mills, drums; David Allyn, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, 1946

JRC148-3Blue Echoes

807   Boyd Raeburn - Temptation / Prelude To The Dawn

Cari Groen, Ray Linn, Dale Pierce, Nelson Shelladay, trumpet; Hal Smith, Ollie Wilson, Britt Woodman, trombone; Harry Klee, Ralph Lee, Hy Mandel, Gus McReynolds, Boyd Raeburn, Wilbur Schwartz, reeds; Dodo Marmarosa, piano; Dave Barbour, guitar; Harry Babasin, bass; Jackie Mills, drums; David Allyn, Ginny Powell, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, February 5, 1946

JRC131-2Temptation

Frank Beach, Bob Fowler, Ray Linn, Dale Pierce, trumpet; Burt Johnson, Tommy Pearson, Ollie Wilson, trombone; Lloyd Otto, Ebon Vail, French horn; Bill Starkey, English horn, bass sax; Wilbur Schwartz, alto sax; Ethmer Roden, alto sax, flute; Gus McReynolds, tenor sax; Ralph Lee, tenor sax, bassoon; Hy Mandel, baritone sax; Loretta Thompson, harp; Hal Schaefer, piano; Tony Rizzi, guitar; Harry Babison, bass; Mack Albright, drums; Ginnie Powell, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, September 14, 1946

JRC232Prelude To The Dawn

808   Boyd Raeburn - Little Boyd Blue / Love Tales

Frank Beach, Bob Fowler, Ray Linn, Dale Pierce, trumpet; Burt Johnson, Tommy Pearson, Ollie Wilson, trombone; Lloyd Otto, Ebon Vail, French horn; Bill Starkey, English horn, bass sax; Wilbur Schwartz, alto sax; Ethmer Roden, alto sax, flute; Gus McReynolds, tenor sax; Ralph Lee, tenor sax, bassoon; Hy Mandel, baritone sax; Loretta Thompson, harp; Hal Schaefer, piano; Tony Rizzi, guitar; Harry Babison, bass; Mack Albright, drums; Ginnie Powell, vocal.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, September 14, 1946

JRC238-6Love Tales

Frank Beach, Ray Linn, Dale Pierce, Nelson Shelladay, trumpet; Hal Smith, Ollie Wilson, Fred Zito, trombone; Lloyd Otto, Evan Vail, French horn; Julie Jacobs, oboe, English horn, tenor sax; Harry Klee, alto sax, flute; Wilbur Schwartz, alto sax, clarinet; Gus McReynolds, tenor sax; Ralph Lee, tenor sax, bassoon; Hy Mandel, baritone sax; Boyd Raeburn, bass, tenor sax; Gale Laughton, harp; Hal Schaefer, piano; Tony Rizzi, guitar; Harry Babison, bass; Jackie Mills, drums; David Allyn, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, 1946

JRC149-1Little Boyd Blue

809   Lord Beginner - Trinidad Blues / Boul've'se'

Calypso Rhythm Kings.

NYC, May 23, 1951

US11680Trinidad Blues
US11681Boul've'se'

810   Billy Wright - Gotta Find My Baby / Hey Little Girl

Billy Wright, vocal; and others.

Atlanta, GA, January 7, 1950

SGA668-3Gotta Find My Baby

Allene Phillips, Billy Wright, vocal.

Atlanta, GA, May 1, 1951

SGA21681Hey Little Girl

811   George Vann - Darkness Blues / Inflation Blues

Bumps Myers, tenor sax; Sylvester Scott, piano; Buddy Harper, guitar, harmonica, leader; Joe Comfort, bass; Earl Hyde, drums; George Vann, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, December 13, 1947

JRC277Darkness Blues
JRC278Inflation Blues

812   Johnny Otis - Warning Blues / I'll Ask My Heart

Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Walter Henry, alto sax; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Linda Hopkins, vocal; The Barreleers, vocal group.

Los Angeles, CA, January 9, 1951

SLA13016Warning Blues

Mel Walker, vocal; replaces The Barreleers.

Los Angeles, CA, January 10, 1951

SLA13020-1I'll Ask My Heart

813   Tommy Brown - Double Faced Deacon / V-8 Baby

Tommy Brown, vocal; possibly The Griffin Brothers.

Atlanta, GA, January 24, 1951

SGA21670Double Faced Deacon
SGA21671V-8 Baby

814   Paul Williams - Rockin' Chair Blues / Sinners' Hop Part 1

Blue Mitchell, trumpet; Curtis Porter, tenor sax; Paul Williams, baritone, alto sax; Lee Anderson, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Joe Booker, drums; Danny Cobb, vocal.

NYC, July 25, 1951

TNY4105Rockin' Chair Blues
TNY4108Sinners' Hop Part 1

815   Johnny Otis - Harlem Nocturne / Midnight In The Barrelhouse

Teddy Buckner, Billy Jones, Harry Parr Jones, Loyal Walker, trumpet; Henry Coker, Jap Jones, John Pettigrew, Eli Robinson, trombone; Rene Bloch, Bob Harris, alto sax; Paul Quinichette, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Leon Beck, baritone sax; Bill Doggett, piano; Bernie Cobbs, guitar; Curtis Counce, bass; Johnny Otis, drums; Jimmy Rushing, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, September 13, 1945

JO142-2Harlem Nocturne

Darby Hicks, piano, vocal; Leon Tally, bass, vocal; Johnny Otis, drums; Cathy Cooper, vocal.

Los Angeles, CA, 1947

OR536AAMidnight In The Barrelhouse

816   Little Sylvia - How Long Must I Be True / Little Boy

Sylvia Vanderpool, vocal; unidentified orchestra, Haywood Henry, leader.

NYC, August 10, 1951

SA4111How Long Must I Be True
SA4112Little Boy

817   The Four Buddies - Heart And Soul / Sin

Leon "Larry" Harrison, lead tenor vocal; Gregory Carroll, 2nd tenor vocal; Bert Palmer, baritone vocal; Tommy Smith, bass vocal; with Howard Hodges, piano; Wally Richardson, guitar; Prince Babbs, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums.

NYC, August 23, 1951

US11686Heart And Soul
US11687Sin

818   Terry Gibbs - Serenade In Blue / I've Got You Under My Skin

Hal McKusick, clarinet; Terry Gibbs, vibes; Harry Biss, piano; Sal Salvador, guitar; Jimmy Johnson, bass; Sid Bulkin, drums.

NYC, August 28, 1951

STG4211Serenade In Blue
STG4212I've Got You Under My Skin

819   Billy Wright - When The Wagon Comes / New Kid Of Lovin'

Billy Wright, vocal; and others.

Atlanta, GA, December 5, 1950

SGA1416When The Wagon Comes

Billy Wright, vocal; John Peck's Band.

Atlanta, GA, April 15, 1951

SGA4015New Kid Of Lovin'

820   Ben Smith - By The Candleglow / Slippery Smith

Ben Smith, clarinet, alto sax, drums; Pete Martin, piano; Artie Long, guitar, drums; Bob Bushnell, bass.

NYC, 1950-1951

CR110ABy The Candleglow
CR110BSlippery Smith

821   Mel Walker - Sunset To Dawn / Feel Like Crying Again

Don Johnson, Hosea Sapp, trumpet; Lee Graves, trumpet, vocal; George Washington, trombone; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone, alto sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, Mel Walker, vocal.

NYC, August 12, 1950

SAV6820Sunset To Dawn

Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Walter Henry, alto sax; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Redd Lyte, Mel Walker, vocal; The Barreleers, vocal group.

Los Angeles, CA, January 5, 1951

SLA13008Feel Like Crying Again

822   Varetta Dillard - Love And Wine / Please Come Back To Me

Emile De Villia, trumpet; Nathaniel Allen, trombone; George Kelly, tenor sax; Sol Moore, baritone sax; Fletcher Smith, piano; Wally Richardson, guitar; Prince Babbs, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums, bongos; Varetta Dillard, vocal; Leroy Kirkland, arranger.

September 18, 1951

SVD4217Love And Wine
SVD4219Please Come Back To Me

823   The Four Buddies - Window Eyes / Simply Say Goodbye

Leon "Larry" Harrison, lead tenor vocal; Gregory Carroll, 2nd tenor vocal; Bert Palmer, baritone vocal; Tommy Smith, bass vocal; with Earres Prince, piano; Everett Barksdale, guitar; Abie Baker, bass; Jimmy Crawford, drums.

NYC, May 23, 1951

US11676Window Eyes

Leon "Larry" Harrison, lead tenor vocal; Gregory Carroll, 2nd tenor vocal; Bert Palmer, baritone vocal; Tommy Smith, bass vocal; with Howard Hodges, piano; Wally Richardson, guitar; Prince Babbs, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums.

NYC, August 23, 1951

US11688Simply Say Goodbye

824   Johnny Otis - Get Together Blues / Chitlin' Switch

Lee Graves, Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone sax; Johnny Otis, vibes, drums; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Gene Phillips, Hawaiian guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, Redd Lyte, Junior Ryder, vocal; The Robins: Ty Terrell, tenor; Billy Richards, Roy Richards, baritone; Bobby Nunn, lead bass.

Los Angeles, CA, November 10, 1949

SLA4447-2Get Together Blues

Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Walter Henry, alto sax; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Linda Hopkins, vocal; The Barreleers, vocal group.

Los Angeles, CA, January 9, 1951

SLA13015Chitlin' Switch

825   The Marshall Brothers - Mr. Santa's Boogie / Who'll Be The Fool From Now On

George Kelly, tenor sax; Harold Hodges, piano; Jimmy Cannady, guitar; George Tucker, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Richie Cannon, Raymond Johnson, possibly Bob Kornegay, Maithe Marshall, vocal.

November 5, 1951

SMA4124Mr. Santa's Boogie
SMA4125Who'll Be The Fool From Now On

826   Brownie McGhee And Sonny Terry - Watch Out / Carolina Blues

Sonny Terry, harmonica, vocal; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal; Walter Brown, vocal.

NYC, December 12, 1944

S5760That's The Stuff (as Watch Out)
S5761Knockabout Blues (as Carolina Blues)

827   Billy Wright - Keep Your Lamp Down Low / Drinkin' And Thinkin'

Billy Wright, vocal; John Peck's Band.

Atlanta, GA, April 15, 1951

SC4014Drinkin' And Thinkin'

Billy Wright, vocal; and others.

Atlanta, GA, November, 1951

US11706Keep Your Lamp Down Low

828   Bill Cook - Just Because / A Soldier's Prayer

Richie Cannon, Raymond Johnson, possibly Bob Kornegay, Maithe Marshall, vocal; William Cook, narrator; unidentified orchestra, Julian Gould, conductor.

NYC, November 28, 1951

S4127A Soldier's Prayer
S4128Just Because

829   Terry Gibbs - Swing's The Thing / Begin The Beguine

Hal McKusick, clarinet; Terry Gibbs, vibes; Harry Biss, piano; Sal Salvador, guitar; Jimmy Johnson, bass; Sid Bulkin, drums.

NYC, August 28, 1951

STG4209Swing's The Thing
STG4210Beguine The Beguine

830   H-Bomb Ferguson - Slowly Goin' Crazy / Good Lovin'

J. Hawkins, trumpet; Julius Watkins, trombone; Pinky Williams, alto sax; Purvis Henson, tenor sax; Kelly Owens, piano; Leon Spann, bass; Jack Parker, drums; H-Bomb Ferguson, vocal.

NYC, December 12, 1951

HBF4131Slowly Goin' Crazy
HBF4134Good Lovin'

831   Paul Williams - Blowin' The Boogie / It's All Over Baby

Blue Mitchell, trumpet; Lee Pope, tenor sax; Ted Butler, baritone sax; Paul Williams, baritone, alto sax; Lee Anderson, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Joe Booker, drums; Danny Cobb, vocal.

NYC, December 13, 1951

SPW4135Blowin' The Boogie
SPW4137It's All Over Baby

832   Charlie Ventura - Ever So Thoughtful / Dark Eyes

Charlie Ventura, tenor sax; Arnold Ross, piano; John Levy, bass; Specs Powell, drums.

NYC, August 28, 1945

S5834Ever So Thoughtful
S5836Dark Eyes

** originally released on Savoy 569.

833   The Marshall Brothers - Why Make A Fool Out Of Me / Just A Poor Boy In Love

George Kelly, tenor sax; Harold Hodges, piano; Jimmy Cannady, guitar; George Tucker, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Richie Cannon, Raymond Johnson, possibly Bob Kornegay, Maithe Marshall, vocal.

November 5, 1951

SMA4123Why Make A Fool Out Of Me
SMA4126Just A Poor Boy In Love

834   Linda Hopkins - Walkin' And Talkin' Blues / Sad And Lonely

Ray Preasly, trombone; George Johnson, tenor sax; Fletcher Smith, piano; Addison Farmer, bass; Booker T. Hart, drums; Linda Hopkins, vocal.

San Francisco, CA, May 10, 1951

SF967Walkin' And Talkin' Blues
SF968Sad And Lonely

835   Brownie McGhee - Diamond Ring / So Much Trouble

Sticks McGhee, guitar; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal.

NYC, January 3, 1952

SBM5517Diamond Ring
SBM5519So Much Trouble

836   H-Bomb Ferguson - Big City Blues / Bookie's Blues

Leon Comegys, trombone; Pinky Williams, alto sax; Count Hastings, tenor sax; James Neeley, piano; Lavern Baker, bass; Jack Parker, drums; H-Bomb Ferguson, vocal.

NYC, January 10, 1952

SHBF4144Big City Blues
SHBF4147Bookie's Blues

837   Billy Wright - Married Woman's Boogie / Every Evening

Billy Wright, vocal; Neil Jans Orchestra.

Atlanta, GA, April 24, 1950

SGA669Married Woman's Boogie

Billy Wright, vocal; and others.

Atlanta, GA, January 25, 1952

SBW21687Every Evening

838   Tommy Brown - No News From Home / Never Trust A Woman

Tommy Brown, vocal; John Peck Orchestra.

Atlanta, GA, January 25, 1952

STB21684No News From Home
STB21685Never Trust A Woman

839   Varetta Dillard - Hurry Up / Please Tell Me Why

Elmer Crumbley, trombone; Dave McRae, alto, baritone sax; Count Hastings, tenor sax; Kelly Owens, piano, arranger; Lloyd Trotman, bass; Lester Jenkins, drums; Varetta Dillard, vocal.

NYC, January 22, 1952

SVD4152Hurry Up
SVD4153Please Tell Me Why

840   Kai Winding - I Could Write A Book / Carioca

Kai Winding, trombone; Lou Stein, piano; Eddie Safranski, bass; Tiny Kahn, drums.

NYC, March 4, 1952

SKW4175I Could Write A Book
SKW4177Carioca

841   Paul Williams - I Need Your Love / I'm So Happy

Blue Mitchell, trumpet; Lee Pope, tenor sax; Ted Butler, baritone sax; Paul Williams, baritone, alto sax; Lee Anderson, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Joe Booker, drums; Danny Cobb, vocal.

NYC, December 13, 1951

SPW4136I Need Your Love
SPW4138I'm So Happy

842   Melvin Evans - Draftin' Blues / Little Girl, Ride On

Melvin Evans.

Atlanta, GA, January 25, 1952

SME21688Draftin' Blues
SME21689Little Girl, Ride On

843   T.J. Fowler - Night Crawler / Fowler's Boogie

John Lawton, trumpet; Lee Cross, alto sax; Walter Cox, tenor sax; T.J. Fowler, piano; Calvin Frazier, guitar; Henry Ivory, bass; Clarence Stamps, drums.

Detroit, MI, March 28, 1952

DTJ9542Night Crawler
DTJ9543Fowler's Boogie

844   Brownie McGhee - Bottom Blues / Gone, Baby, Gone

Sonny Terry, harmonica; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal; unknown, bass; unknown, drums.

NYC, March 3, 1952

SBM5100Bottom Blues
SBM5103Gone, Baby, Gone

845   The Four Buddies - Story Blues / You're Part Of Me

Leon "Larry" Harrison, lead tenor vocal; Gregory Carroll, 2nd tenor vocal; Bert Palmer, baritone vocal; Tommy Smith, bass vocal; and others.

NYC, April 10, 1952

SFB4179Story Blues
SFB4181You're Part Of Me

846   Marian McPartland - Strike Up The Band / Love Is Here To Stay

Marian McPartland, piano; Max Wayne, bass; Mel Zelnick, drums.

NYC, April 21, 1952

SMM4187Strike Up The Band
SMM4188Love Is Here To Stay

847   Varetta Dillard - Easy Easy Baby / A Letter In Blues

Dave McRae, alto, baritone sax; George Kelly, tenor sax; Fletcher Smith, piano; Mickey Baker, guitar; Al Lucas, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Varetta Dillard, vocal; Leroy Kirkland, arranger, director.

NYC, May 6, 1952

SVD4195Easy Easy Baby
SVD4196A Letter In Blues

848   H-Bomb Ferguson - Preachin' The Blues / Hot Kisses

J. Hawkins, trumpet; Julius Watkins, trombone; Pinky Williams, alto sax; Purvis Henson, tenor sax; Kelly Owens, piano; Leon Spann, bass; Jack Parker, drums; H-Bomb Ferguson, vocal.

NYC, December 12, 1951

HBF4132Preachin' The Blues

Leon Comegys, trombone; Pinky Williams, alto sax; Count Hastings, tenor sax; James Neeley, piano; Lavern Baker, bass; Jack Parker, drums; H-Bomb Ferguson, vocal.

NYC, January 10, 1952

SHBF4149Hot Kisses

849   Mel Walker - Heartache Here I Come / Help Me Blues

Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Walter Henry, alto sax; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Redd Lyte, Mel Walker, vocal; The Barreleers, vocal group.

Los Angeles, CA, January 5, 1951

SLA13009-1Heartache Here I Come

Lee Graves, Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone, vocal; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone, alto sax; Johnny Otis, vibes, vocal; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Mel Walker, vocal.

NYC, March 19, 1951

SS6842Help Me Blues

850   Sonny Terry - Hootin' The Blues / Shake Down Blues

Sonny Terry, harmonica, vocal; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal; Walter Brown, vocal.

NYC, December 12, 1944

S5764Run Away Women (as Hootin' The Blues)
S5765Shake Down (as Shake Down Blues)

851   Varetta Dillard - I'm Yours / Here In My Heart

Nathaniel Allen, trombone; Dave McRae, alto, baritone sax; George Kelly, tenor sax; Jimmy Reynolds, piano; Mickey Baker, guitar; Al Lucas, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Varetta Dillard, vocal; Leroy Kirkland, arranger, director.

NYC, May 24, 1952

SVD4201I'm Yours
SVD4202Here In My Heart

852   The Gaylords - Get Mad Baby / Go On Baby

The Gaylords.

NYC, May 23, 1952

SGL4198Get Mad Baby
SGL4200Go On Baby

853   Eddie Mack - Seven Day Blues / Keyhole Blues

George Kelly, tenor sax; Dave McRae, baritone sax; Kelly Owens, piano; Mickey Baker, guitar; Grachan Moncur, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Mack Edmonson, vocal; Leroy Kirkland, arranger, director.

NYC, June 9, 1952

SEM4206-3Seven Day Blues
SEM4208-2Keyhole Blues

854   Lazy Slim Jim - Georgia Woman / Money Blues

Eddie Harris, guitar, vocal; unknown, drums.

NYC, June 5, 1952

AC3654Georgia Woman
AC3655Money Blues

855   Johnny Otis - It Ain't The Beauty / Gonna Take A Train

Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone; Walter Henry, alto sax; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Redd Lyte, Mel Walker, vocal; The Barreleers, vocal group.

Los Angeles, CA, January 5, 1951

SLA13012-2Gonna Take A Train

Lee Graves, Don Johnson, trumpet; George Washington, trombone, vocal; Lorenzo Holden, James Von Streeter, tenor sax; Walter Henry, baritone, alto sax; Johnny Otis, vibes, vocal; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Mel Walker, vocal.

NYC, March 19, 1951

SS6840It Ain't The Beauty

856   Marian McPartland - It Might As Well Be Spring / Gypsy In My Soul

Marian McPartland, piano; Max Wayne, bass; Mel Zelnick, drums.

NYC, April 21, 1952

SMM4185It Might As Well Be Spring
SMM4186Gypsy In My Soul

857   T.J. Fowler - Back Biter / Wine Cooler

Elliot Escoe, trumpet; Lee Gross, alto sax; Walter Cox, tenor sax; T.J. Fowler, piano; Calvin Frazier, guitar, vocal; James Murphy, bass; Clarence Stamps, drums.

Detroit, MI, July 25, 1952

STJ4213Back Biter
STJ4214Wine Cooler

858   Calvin Frazier - Little Baby Child / Got Nobody To Tell My Troubles To

Elliot Escoe, trumpet; Lee Gross, alto sax; Walter Cox, tenor sax; T.J. Fowler, piano; Calvin Frazier, guitar, vocal; James Murphy, bass; Clarence Stamps, drums.: same session.

Detroit, MI, July 25, 1952

STJ4215Little Baby Child
STJ4216Got Nobody To Tell My Troubles To

859   Varetta Dillard - You Are Gone / Them There Eyes

Emile De Villia, trumpet; Nathaniel Allen, trombone; George Kelly, tenor sax; Sol Moore, baritone sax; Fletcher Smith, piano; Wally Richardson, guitar; Prince Babbs, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums, bongos; Varetta Dillard, vocal; Leroy Kirkland, arranger.

September 18, 1951

SVD4218You Are Gone

Varetta Dillard, vocal; and others.

July 18, 1952

SVD4210Them There Eyes

860   Florence Wright - I Went To Your Wedding / My Blue Heaven

Hal Singer, tenor sax; unknown, organ; Mickey Baker, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; unknown, drums; Florence Wright, vocal.

NYC, August 21, 1952

SFW4234I Went To Your Wedding
SFW4235My Blue Heaven

861   Hal Singer - Indian Love Call / The Frog Hop

unknown, trumpet; Hal Singer, Sam Taylor, tenor sax; Dave McRae, baritone, alto sax; Kelly Owens, piano; Mickey Baker, guitar; unknown, bass; unknown, drums; Carlton Coleman, vocal.

NYC, August 21, 1952

SHS4240Indian Love Call
SHS4241The Frog Hop

862   Erroll Garner - Undecided / Red Sails In The Sunset

Erroll Garner, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, March 29, 1949

B4417Undecided
B4418Red Sails In The Sunset

** also released on Regent 1004.

863   Erroll Garner - More Than You Know / Over The Rainbow

Erroll Garner, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.: same session.

Los Angeles, CA, March 29, 1949

B4416More Than You Know
B4420Over The Rainbow

** also released on Regent 1014.

864   Ben Pollack - Beer Barrel Polka / Oy Mambo

Charlie Teagarden, trumpet; Moe Schneider, trombone; Matty Matlock, clarinet; Ray Sherman, piano; Bill Newman, guitar; Morty Corb, bass; Ben Pollack, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, August 14, 1952

SBP4242Beer Barrel Polka
SBP4243Oy Mambo

865   H-Bomb Ferguson, Varetta Dillard - Give It Up / Tortured Love

Leon Comegys, trombone; Pinky Williams, alto sax; Count Hastings, tenor sax; James Neeley, piano; Lavern Baker, bass; Jack Parker, drums; H-Bomb Ferguson, vocal.

NYC, January 10, 1952

SHBF4143Give It Up

Varetta Dillard, H-Bomb Ferguson, vocal; and others.

July 18, 1952

SHBF4211Tortured Love

866   The Four Buddies - What's The Matter With Me / Sweet Tooth For My Baby

Leon "Larry" Harrison, lead tenor vocal; Gregory Carroll, 2nd tenor vocal; Bert Palmer, baritone vocal; Tommy Smith, bass vocal; with Howard Hodges, piano; Wally Richardson, guitar; Prince Babbs, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums.

NYC, August 23, 1951

US11685Sweet Tooth For My Baby

Leon "Larry" Harrison, lead tenor vocal; Gregory Carroll, 2nd tenor vocal; Bert Palmer, baritone vocal; Tommy Smith, bass vocal; and others.

NYC, April 10, 1952

SFB4182What's The Matter With Me

867   Mickey Baker - Guitar Mambo / Riverboat

Hal Singer, tenor sax; unknown, organ; Mickey Baker, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; unknown, drums; Florence Wright, vocal.

NYC, August 21, 1952

SFW4236Guitar Mambo
SFW4237Riverboat

868   Lazy Slim Jim - Slow Freight Blues / Sugaree

Ed Harris, guitar, vocal; unknown, drums.

NYC, June 14, 1951

AS23004Slow Freight Blues
AS23006Sugaree

869   Danny Cobb - Farewell Baby / Don't Mess With My Woman

Sam Taylor, tenor sax; Dave McRae, baritone, alto sax; Mickey Baker, guitar; Joe Benjamin, bass; Billy Smith, drums; Danny Cobb, vocal.

NYC, October 10, 1952

SDC4258Farewell Baby
SDC4259Don't Mess With My Woman

870   Billy Wright - Goin' Down Slow / If I Didn't Love You

Pat Jenkins, trumpet; John Haughton, trombone; Buddy Tate, tenor sax; Ben Richardson, baritone sax; Skip Hall, piano; Carl Wilson, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Billy Wright, vocal.

NYC, October 8, 1952

SBW4255Goin' Down Slow
SBW4257If I Didn't Love You

871   Varetta Dillard - I Cried And Cried / Double Crossing Daddy

Dave McRae, alto, baritone sax; George Kelly, tenor sax; Fletcher Smith, piano; Mickey Baker, guitar; Al Lucas, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Varetta Dillard, vocal; Leroy Kirkland, arranger, director.

NYC, May 6, 1952

SVD4194I Cried And Cried

Varetta Dillard, vocal; and others.

July 18, 1952

SVD4209Double Crossing Daddy

872   Brownie McGhee - Tell Me Baby / Bad Nerves

Hal Singer, tenor sax; Sonny Terry, harmonica; Tiny Parker, piano; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal; Bob Harris, bass; unknown, drums.

NYC, October 13, 1948

S23000Bad Nerves

Sonny Terry, harmonica; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal; unknown, bass; unknown, drums.

NYC, March 3, 1952

SBM5101Tell Me Baby

873   Little Sylvia - It's A Good Good Morning / Bump Bump Bump

Bobby Johnson, trumpet; Nathaniel Allen, trombone; George Kelly, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Fletcher Smith, piano; Jimmy Shirley, guitar; Prince Babbs, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Sylvia Vanderpool, vocal.

October 4, 1951

SA4114It's A Good Good Morning
SA4117Bump Bump Bump (as Bumpin')

874   Mickey Baker - Love Me Baby / Oh Happy Day

Mickey Baker, guitar, vocal.

NYC, November 17, 1952

SMB4272Love Me Baby
SMB4273Oh Happy Day

875   Carlton Coleman - My Mother Told Me / They Won't Tell It Right

unknown, trumpet; Hal Singer, Sam Taylor, tenor sax; Dave McRae, baritone, alto sax; Kelly Owens, piano; Mickey Baker, guitar; unknown, bass; unknown, drums; Carlton Coleman, vocal.

NYC, August 21, 1952

SHS4238My Mother Told Me
SHS4239They Won't Tell It Right

876   no information

877   Dolly Cooper - Is It True / Believe In Me

Dave McRae, sax; Larry Johnson, piano; John Simmons, bass; Panama Francis, drums; Dolly Cooper, vocal.

NYC, November 19, 1952

SDC4274Is It True
SDC4275Believe In Me

878   Elmore Nixon - Over Here Pretty Baby / Forgive Me Baby

Henry Hayes, alto sax; unknown, tenor sax; Elmore Nixon, piano, vocal; unknown, bass; unknown, drums.

NYC, circa 1950

ACA2320Over Here Pretty Baby
ACA2322Forgive Me Baby

879   Marian McPartland - Lullaby Of Birdland / A Nightingale Sang

Marian McPartland, piano; Max Wayne, bass; Mousie Alexander, drums.

NYC, December 12, 1952

SMM4282Lullaby Of Birdland
SMM4283A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square

880   Marian McPartland - It's Only A Paper Moon / Moonlight In Vermont

Marian McPartland, piano; Max Wayne, bass; Mousie Alexander, drums.: same session.

NYC, December 12, 1952

SMM4284Paper Moon
SMM4285Moonlight In Vermont

881   Willie Johnson - Here Comes My Baby / Don't Tell Mama

unknown, sax; Willie Johnson, piano, vocal; unknown, guitar; unknown, bass; unknown, drums; Thelma, vocal.

New Orleans, LA, December 18, 1952

SWJ4288Here Comes My Baby
SWJ4291Don't Tell Mama

882   Don Elliott - Mighty Like A Rose / Oh, Look At Me Now

Kai Winding, trombone; Phil Urso, tenor, baritone sax; Danny Banks, baritone sax, clarinet; Don Elliott, vibes, trumpet, mellophone; Jimmy Lyons, piano; Arnold Fishkind, bass; Sid Bulkin, drums.

NYC, November 17, 1952

SDE4268Mighty Like A Rose
SDE4270Oh, Look At Me Now

883   Don Elliott - Darn That Dream / Jeepers Creepers

Kai Winding, trombone; Phil Urso, tenor, baritone sax; Danny Banks, baritone sax, clarinet; Don Elliott, vibes, trumpet, mellophone; Jimmy Lyons, piano; Arnold Fishkind, bass; Sid Bulkin, drums.: same session.

NYC, November 17, 1952

SDE4269Darn That Dream
SDE4271Jeepers Creepers

884   Varetta Dillard - Three Lies / Getting Ready For My Daddy

Dezie McCullers, trumpet; Jeremiah Taylor, alto sax; Walter Cox, tenor sax; T.J. Fowler, piano; Henry Ivory, bass; Clarence Stamps, drums; Varetta Dillard, vocal.

Detroit, MI, January 16, 1953

SVD4300Three Lies
SVD4301Getting Ready For My Daddy

885   T.J. Fowler - Camel Walk / Gold Rush

Dezie McCullers, trumpet; Jeremiah Taylor, alto sax; Walter Cox, tenor sax; T.J. Fowler, piano; Henry Ivory, bass; Clarence Stamps, drums; Varetta Dillard, vocal.: same session.

Detroit, MI, January 16, 1953

SVD4302Camel Walk
SVD4303Gold Rush

886   Emmitt Slay - My Kind Of Woman / Brotherly Love

Bob White, organ, vocal; Emmitt Slay, guitar, vocal; Lawrence Jackson, drums.

Detroit, MI, January 23, 1953

SES4305My Kind Of Woman
SES4307Brotherly Love

887   Lazy Slim Jim - Wine Head Baby / One More Drink

Eddie Harris, guitar, vocal; unknown, drums.

NYC, June 5, 1952

ALJ3656Wine Head Baby
ALJ3657One More Drink

888   The Four Buddies - Ooh Ow / My Mother's Eyes

Leon "Larry" Harrison, lead tenor vocal; Gregory Carroll, 2nd tenor vocal; Bert Palmer, baritone vocal; Tommy Smith, bass vocal; with Hal Singer, tenor sax; Kenny Owens, piano; Jimmy Cannady, guitar; Jimmy Lewis, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums.

NYC, March 3, 1953

SES4312Ooh Ow
SES4314My Mother's Eyes

889   Elmore Nixon, Henry Hayes - Elmore's Blues / Sad And Blue

Henry Hayes, alto sax; unknown, tenor sax; Elmore Nixon, piano, vocal; unknown, guitar; unknown, bass; unknown, drums.

Houston, TX, December 16, 1952

SHH4292Elmore's Blues
SHH4294Sad And Blue

890   Hal Singer - Hometown / Easy Living

Hal Singer, tenor sax; Dolly Cooper, vocal; and others.

NYC, March 6, 1953

SDC4322Hometown
SDC4323Easy Living

891   Dolly Cooper - I Wanna Know / I'd Climb The Highest Mountain

Leon "Larry" Harrison, lead tenor vocal; Gregory Carroll, 2nd tenor vocal; Bert Palmer, baritone vocal; Tommy Smith, bass vocal; with Hal Singer, tenor sax; Kenny Owens, piano; Jimmy Cannady, guitar; Jimmy Lewis, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Dolly Cooper, vocal.

NYC, March 3, 1953

SDC4315I'd Climb The Highest Mountain

Hal Singer, tenor sax; Dolly Cooper, vocal; and others.

NYC, March 6, 1953

SDC4320I Wanna Know

892   Emmitt Slay - You Told Me That You Loved Me / I've Learned My Lesson

Bob White, organ, vocal; Emmitt Slay, guitar, vocal; Lawrence Jackson, drums.

Detroit, MI, January 23, 1953

SES4304You Told Me That You Loved Me

same personnel.

NYC, March 30, 1953

SES4325I've Learned My Lesson

893   The Falcons - You're The Beating Of My Heart / It's You I Miss

Earres Prince, piano; Wally Richardson, guitar; Prince Babbs, bass; Rudy Nichols, drums; The Falcons, vocal group.

NYC, August 20, 1951

FS4025It's You I Miss
FS4026You're The Beating Of My Heart

894   Willie Johnson - Sometimes I Wonder Why / Love Me Till Dawn

unknown, sax; Willie Johnson, piano, vocal; unknown, guitar; unknown, bass; unknown, drums; Thelma, vocal.

New Orleans, LA, December 18, 1952

SWJ4289Sometimes I Wonder Why
SWJ4290Love Me Till Dawn

895   Red Miller - Please Be Kind / That's What Love Did To Me

Red Miller, vocal; and others.

Detroit, MI, January 23, 1953

SRM4309Please Be Kind
SRM4310That's What Love Did To Me

896   The Carols - I Got A Feelin' / Fifty Million Women

Kenneth Duncan, lead tenor vocal; William Davis, 2nd tenor vocal; Wilbert Tindle, baritone vocal; Tommy Evans, bass vocal; with T.J. Fowler, piano; ...... Worthy, piano, arranger; Dave Hamilton, guitar; Gene Taylor, bass; Clarence Stamps, drums.

Detroit, MI, April 27, 1953

SCS4348I Got A Feelin'
SCS4350Fifty Million Women

897   Varetta Dillard - Mercy Mr. Percy / No Kinda Good No How

George Kelly, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Lee Anderson, piano; Lonnie Johnson, guitar; Prince Babbs, bass; Gene Brooks, drums; Varetta Dillard, vocal; Leroy Kirkland, arranger, director.

NYC, May 15, 1953

SVD4367Mercy Mr. Percy
SVD4368No Kinda Good No How

898   Dolly Cooper - Alley Cat / I Need Romance

George Kelly, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Lee Anderson, piano; Lonnie Johnson, guitar; Prince Babbs, bass; Gene Brooks, drums; Dolly Cooper, vocal; Leroy Kirkland, arranger, director.

NYC, May 15, 1953

SDC4369Alley Cat
SDC4370I Need Romance

899   Brownie McGhee - Sweet Baby Blues / Four O'Clock In The Morning

Hal Singer, tenor sax; Sonny Terry, harmonica; Tiny Parker, piano; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal; Bob Harris, bass; unknown, drums.

NYC, October 13, 1948

S23001Sweet Baby Blues
S23003Four O'Clock In The Morning