Savoy Records Catalog: 78 rpm Regent 100, 1000 series

Regent 100 series (10 inch 78 rpm/7 inch 45 rpm)

100   not used

101   no information

102   no information

103   no information

104   no information

105   no information

106   no information

121   John Hardee - Bad Man's Bounce / Baby Watch That Stuff

Ludwig Joe Jordan, trumpet; John Hardee, tenor sax, vocals; Billy Kyle, piano; John Simmons, bass; Cozy Cole, drums.
NYC, November, 1947
RE5033Bad Man's Bounce
RE5036Baby Watch That Stuff

123   Al Trace, Bob Vincent - Fickle Fanny / Whistler Dog

Bob Vincent, vocals; Al Trace, leader; and others.
circa 1944???
Whistler Dog
Fickle Fanny

124   no information

128   no information

130   Steve Gibson - I'm Living For You / Nat's Boogie Woogie

Emmett Matthews, soprano sax, vocals; Romaine Brown, piano; Steve Gibson, guitar, vocals; David Patillo, bass; Jim Jackson, drums; Jane Spriggs, vocals.
NYC, December 8, 1944
S5757I'm Living For You
S5759Nat's Boogie Woogie

133   Pee Wee Hunt - Muskrat Ramble / Basin Street Blues

Frank Bruno, trumpet; Pee Wee Hunt, trombone, vocals; Matty Matlock, clarinet; Carl Fisher, piano; Harvey Chernap, bass; Glenn Walker, drums.
Los Angeles, CA, July, 1946
MR440-3Muskrat Ramble
MR443-2Basin Street Blues

139   Pee Wee Hunt - Sunny Side Of The Street / After You've Gone

Frank Bruno, trumpet; Pee Wee Hunt, trombone, vocals; Matty Matlock, clarinet; Carl Fisher, piano; Harvey Chernap, bass; Glenn Walker, drums.: same session.
Los Angeles, CA, July, 1946
MR441-2After You've Gone
MR446-1On The Sunny Side Of The Street

148   George Twone - It's A Cruel, Cruel World / Shuffle Boogie

George Twone And His Orchestra.
1949
S5210It's A Cruel, Cruel World
S5213Shuffle Boogie

159   Jack Teagarden - If I Could Be With You / My Melancholy Baby

John Fallstitch, Tom Gonsoulin, trumpet; Sid Feller, trumpet, arranger; Joe Ferrall, Seymour Goldfinger, Jose Guttierez, trombone; Jack Teagarden, trombone, vocals; Tony Antonelli, Joe Ferdinando, Jack Goldie, alto sax; Art St. John, alto, baritone sax; Larry Walsh, tenor sax; Nat Jaffe, piano; Dan Perri, guitar; Arnold Fishkin, bass; Ed Naquin, drums.
NYC, February, 1940
US1356-1If I Could Be With You
US1357-1My Melancholy Baby

163   no information

164   Pee Wee Hunt - I Got Rhythm / The Preacher And The Bear

Frank Bruno, trumpet; Pee Wee Hunt, trombone, vocals; Matty Matlock, clarinet; Carl Fisher, piano; Harvey Chernap, bass; Glenn Walker, drums.
Los Angeles, CA, July, 1946
MR444-2The Preacher And The Bear
MR445-3I Got Rhythm

178   no information

183   no information

184   no information

187   Lew Marcus - Dardanella / Ida

Lew Marcus, piano.
NYC, March 7, 1947
JRC266Dardanella
JRC270Ida

188   Lew Marcus - Every Little Movement / Pretty Baby

Lew Marcus, piano.: same session.
NYC, March 7, 1947
Pretty Baby
Every Little Movement

189   Rev. Charles Watkins - Christmas Morn / The Meltones - White Christmas

The Meltones.
circa June, 1945???
JRC210White Christmas
Rev. Charles Watkins, vocals; and others.
NYC, October 25, 1951
SCW6669Christmas Morn

190   Kay Starr - Honey / Don't Meddle In My Mood

Kay Starr, vocals; Ben Pollack's Orchestra.
Los Angeles, CA, June 26, 1945
JRC202Honey
JRC204Don't Meddle In My Mood
** also issued on Regent 45-190.

191   The Lightning Trio - Annie Laurie / Taking A Chance On Love

Courtland Carter, Rene Hall, guitar; Teddy Sinclair, bass.
NYC, February 4, 1952
SRH4155Annie Laurie
SRH4156Taking A Chance On Love

192   Sally And Eddie - Goodbye, My Darlin', Goodbye / Weeping Willow

Sally Clark, Eddie McMullen, and others.
NYC, February 16, 1952
4163Goodbye, My Darling, Goodbye
4165Weeping Willow

193   The Dream Man - My Reverie / Are You Lonesome Tonight

Irving Rosenholtz.
NYC, February 25, 1952
4166My Reverie
4167Are You Lonesome Tonight

194   The Marveltones - My Heart Is Yours / So (It's Over)

Frank Kreisel.
NYC, March 1, 1952
4170So (It's Over)
4171My Heart Is Yours
** also issued on Regent 45-194.

195   Lennie Forrest - Mammie O' Mine / Dixie Train

Lennie Forrest.
NYC, May 2, 1952
RLF4190Mammie Of Mine
RLF4192Dixie Train
** also issued on Regent 45-195.

196   no information

197   no information

198   no information

199   no information

Regent 1000 series (10 inch 78 rpm)

1000   Sonny Bridges - Move Out / I'll Love You Till The End Of My Life

Sonny Bridges, vocals; and others.
Los Angeles, CA, May 28, 1949
SLA535Move Out
SLA536I'll Love You Till The End Of My Life

1001   Delta John - Helpless Blues / Goin' Mad Blues

John Lee Hooker, guitar, vocals.
Detroit, MI, 1948-1949
D1102Helpless Blues
D1104Goin' Mad Blues

1002   Sirloin Burg - The Rockabye / Ray Day Blues

Sirloin Burg.
Los Angeles, CA, May 2, 1949
SLA532Ray Day Blues
SLA533Jivin' With Jack The Bellboy (as The Rockabye)

1003   no information

1004   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
** reissue of Savoy 862.

1005   "Fat Man" Robinson - Bye, Bye, Roberta / Sophronia Jones

Fat Man Robinson, alto sax; and others.
1949
S5244Bye, Bye, Roberta
S5245Sophronia Jones

1006   Al Cooper - New Jump / Got It A The Savoy

The Savoy Sultans.
Chicago, IL, March 3, 1949
S36-122New Jump
S36-124Got It A The Savoy

1007   Lover Boy Brown - Thinking Of You / Just The Blues

Lover Boy Brown.
September 6, 1949
HC9800Just The Blues
HC9803Thinking Of You

1008   Steve Gibson - I'm Living For You / Steve's Boogie Woogie

Emmett Matthews, soprano sax, vocals; Romaine Brown, piano; Steve Gibson, guitar, vocals; David Patillo, bass; Jim Jackson, drums; Jane Spriggs, vocals.
NYC, December 8, 1944
S5757I'm Living For You
S5759Nat's Boogie Woogie

1009   Johnny Crawford - Sawbuck / Bed Cap Shuffle

Jimmy Harris, trumpet; Clyde Dunn, baritone sax; Henry McDode, piano; Johnny Parker, bass; Charles Johnson, A.J. Maryland, William Streets, unknown instruments; Johnny Crawford, vocals.
Los Angeles, CA, September 27, 1949
SLA4430Bed Cap Shuffle
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, vocals.
Los Angeles, CA, October 29, 1949
SLA4438(I Found A) Sawbuck

1010   Lincoln Gospel Singers - Big Jubilee / Lincoln Gospel Train

Lincoln Gospel Singers, vocal group.
November 3, 1949
CL602Lincoln Gospel Train
CL603Big Jubilee

1011   King Karl, Eddie Davis - She's My Baby / Sure Like To Run

Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, tenor sax; Kenny Kersey, piano; Gene Ramey, bass; Lee Abrams, drums; Bob Aviles, W.I. Edwards, T. Rhodes, unknown instruments; Carl Davis, vocals.
NYC, March 17, 1949
S36-115Sure Like To Run
S36-116She's My Baby

1012   Joe Brown - Leroy Sent Me / Bull Dog Blues

Joe Brown And His Kool Kats.
November, 1949
DM200Leroy Sent Me
DM201Bull Dog Blues

1013   Johnny Crawford, Little Benny Jackson - Frisco / (I Found A) Sawbuck

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, vocals.
Los Angeles, CA, October 29, 1949
SLA4438(I Found A) Sawbuck
SLA4440Frisco

1014   Erroll Garner - More Than You Know / Over The Rainbow

Erroll Garner, piano; John Simmons, bass; Alvin Stoller, drums.
Los Angeles, CA, March 29, 1949
B4416More Than You Know
B4420Over The Rainbow
** reissue of Savoy 863.

1015   Lincoln Gospel Singers - A Child Of God / Dark Trials

Lincoln Gospel Singers, vocal group.
November 3, 1949
CL600A Child Of God
CL601Dark Trials

1016   Johnny Otis - Cry Baby / I'm Not Falling In Love With You

Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano, vocals; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Little Esther, vocals; 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, vocals; 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

1017   Johnny Otis - The Little Red Hen / Going To See My Baby

Lee Graves, Don Johnson, trumpet #2; George Washington, trombone #2; Big Jay McNeely, tenor sax; Lorenzo Holden, tenor sax #2; Walter Henry, baritone sax #2; Johnny Otis, vibes #1, director #2; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Redd Lyte, vocals; Little Esther, vocals #1.
Los Angeles, CA, December 23, 1949
1. SLA4458-2Going To See My Baby
2. SLA4459The Little Red Hen

1018   Johnny Otis - Dreamin' Blues / Helpless

Lorenzo Holden, tenor sax; Johnny Otis, vibes; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Leard Bell, drums; Mel Walker, vocals.
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, vocals.
Los Angeles, CA, February 27, 1950
SLA5115-3Dreamin' Blues

1019   Felix Gross - Who Can You Be / You're Great To 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, vocals.
Los Angeles, CA, October 25, 1949
SLA4435Who Can You Be
SLA4437You're Great To Me

1020   Harold Land - Dan Diego Bounce / I'll Remember April

Froegel Brigham, trumpet; Russell B. Campbell, trombone; William S. Doty, alto sax; Harold Land, tenor sax; Fred Jackson, piano; Dave Dyson, bass; Leon Petties, drums.
Los Angeles, CA, April 25, 1949
SLA526Dan Diego Bounce
SLA527I'll Remember April

1021   Johnny Otis - Freight Train Boogie / Good Time 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, vocals.
Chicago, IL, June 20, 1950
SAV6818Freight Train Boogie
SAV6819Good Time Blues

1022   Mel Walker - Strange Woman / Lonely 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, vocals.: same session.
Chicago, IL, June 20, 1950
SAV6816Lonely Blues
SAV6817Strange Woman

1023   Mary DeLoatch - I'll Ride On A Cloud With My Lord / Our Father Loves His Son

unknown, piano; Mary DeLoatch, guitar, vocals; unknown, drums.
August 28, 1950
US11647I'll Ride On A Cloud With My Lord
US11648Our Father Loves His Son

1024   Marilyn Scott - Straighten Him Out / Another Woman's Man

Marilyn Scott, vocals; and others.
August 29, 1950
US11651Straighten Him Out
US11652Another Woman's Man

1025   Marilyn Scott - Beer Bottle Boogie / Uneasy Blues

Lorenzo Holden, tenor sax; Devonia Williams, piano; Pete Lewis, guitar; Mario Delagarde, bass; Johnny Otis, drums; Marilyn Scott, vocals.
NYC, September 19, 1950
SS6836Beer Bottle Boogie
SS6837Uneasy Blues

1026   The Four Barons - Lemon Squeezer / Got To Go Back Again

The Four Barons.
October 5, 1950
US11658Got To Go Back Again
US11660Lemon Squeezer

1027   Johnny Otis - Rockin' Blues / My Heart Tell Me

Don Johnson, trumpet; Little Esther, Redd Lyte, Mel Walker, vocals; 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, vocals.
NYC, September 19, 1950
SS6833Rockin' Blues

1028   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, vocals.
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, vocals.
Los Angeles, CA, February 27, 1950
SLA5113-3Cool And Easy

1029   Mary DeLoatch - I Want To Die Easy / I Really Believe

Devonia Williams, piano; Mary DeLoatch, guitar, vocals; Johnny Otis, drums.
NYC, September 19, 1950
SS6838I Want To Die Easy
SS6839I Really Believe

1030   Tommy Brown - Atlanta Boogie / The House Near The Railroad Track

Tommy Brown, vocals; possibly The Griffin Brothers.
Atlanta, GA, January 24, 1951
SGA21672The House Near The Railroad Track
SGA21673Atlanta Boogie

1031   George Benson - My Heart Cries For You / When Day Is Done

George Benson, alto sax; unknown, piano; unknown, organ; unknown, bass; unknown, drums; unknown, congas.
Detroit, MI, February 14, 1951
DET3101My Heart Cries For You
DET3102When Day Is Done

1032   George Benson - The Nearness Of You / Begin The Beguine

George Benson, alto sax; unknown, piano; unknown, organ; unknown, bass; unknown, drums; unknown, congas.: same session.
Detroit, MI, February 14, 1951
DET3100AThe Nearness Of You
DET3100BBegin The Beguine

1033   Billy Wright - Stacked Deck / Mercy Mercy

Billy Wright, vocals; and others.
Atlanta, GA, December 5, 1950
SGA1418Mercy Mercy
SGA1419Stacked Deck

1034   Mary DeLoatch - Mother Dear / If You Only Knew

unknown, piano; unknown, bass; unknown, drums; Mary DeLoatch, vocals; The Evans Gospel Quartet, vocal group.
Atlanta, GA, January 23, 1951
SGA21667If You Only Knew
SGA21668Mother Dear

1035   Moses Gospel Singers - Jesus, Is Friend Of Mine / It's All Right With Jesus

Moses Gospel Singers, vocal group.
circa 1950
SCO18001Jesus, Is Friend Of Mine
SCO18002It's All Right With Jesus

1036   Mel Walker - I Dream / Johnny Otis - Hangover Blues

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, vocals; 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, vocals.
NYC, September 19, 1950
SS6835I Dream

1037   Ben Smith - Dream / I Don't Want You In My Arms

Ben Smith, alto sax, clarinet; Tony Jenkins, The Starlings, vocals; unidentified band.
NYC, May 28, 1951
6644Dream
6645I Don't Want You In My Arms

1038   Dan Grissom - Like A Ship At Sea / Can't Sleep

Dan Grissom, vocals; and others.
circa October, 1948???
JRC337Like A Ship At Sea

1039   The Ray-O-Vacs - Happy Am I / Hot Dog

The Ray-O-Vacs.
circa February, 1951???
SCR105AHappy Am I
SCR112AHot Dog

1040   Billy Wright, Allene Phillips - You're For Me / Got It Bad

Allene Phillips, Billy Wright, vocals.
Atlanta, GA, May 1, 1951
SGA21682You're For Me
SGA21683Got It Bad

1041   The Falcons - How Blind Can You Be / I Can Tell You Now

Earres Prince, piano; Wally Richardson, guitar; Prince Babbs, bass; Rudy Nichols, drums; The Falcons, vocal group.
NYC, August 20, 1951
FS4027How Blind Can You Be
FS4028I Can Tell You Now

1042   Mary DeLoatch - The New Gospel Street / The Lord's Gospel Train

unknown, piano; unknown, bass; unknown, drums; Mary DeLoatch, vocals; The Evans Gospel Quartet, vocal group.
Atlanta, GA, January 23, 1951
SGA21665The New Gospel Street
unknown, piano; Mary DeLoatch, guitar, vocals; unknown, drums.
NYC, November 1, 1951
SMD6671The Lord's Gospel Train

1043   Brother Willie Eason - There'll Be No Grumblers There / I Want To Live

Brother Willie Eason, guitar, vocals.
Atlanta, GA, April 30, 1951
SGA21674There'll Be No Grumblers There
SGA21677I Want To Live (So God Can Use Me)

1044   Gilbert Holiday - At Last / These Foolish Things

Johnny Hooks, tenor sax; Willis Shorter, piano; Gilbert Holiday, bass; James Monderby, drums.
Detroit, MI, December 11, 1951
DET4129At Last
DET4130These Foolish Things

1045   Dimples Harris - Che Bongo Blues / Call Me Daddy

Mario Delagarde, bass; Carl Burton, Dimples Harris.
Los Angeles, CA, January 24, 1951
SR1-2Che Bongo Blues
SR4-2Call Me Daddy

1046   Old Man Mose - Kipp's Blues / Matchbox Blues

unknown, trumpet; unknown, sax; unknown, piano; Mickey Cooper, guitar, vocals; unknown, bass; unknown, drums.
Los Angeles, CA, November 21, 1949
SLA4448-3Kipp's Blues
SLA4450-2Matchbox Blues