This Is Jazz Catalog

1947

This Is Jazz Vol. 1  (Rarities (D) No. 33)

Max Kaminsky, trumpet; Punch Miller, trumpet, vocal; George Brunis, trombone; Mezz Mezzrow, Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Luckey Roberts, piano; Wellman Braud, bass; Cyrus St. Clair, sousaphone; Baby Dodds, drums.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, January 18, 1947

'Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (theme)
High Society
Tiger Rag
Basin Street Blues
Dippermouth Blues
I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
Ain't Misbehavin'
'Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (theme)

Various Artists - The Riverside History Of Classic Jazz Volumes 9 & 10: New York Style / New Orleans Revival  (Riverside RLP 12-116)

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

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

CL57Muskrat Ramble

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

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

NY43Eccentric

** part of Riverside SDP 11, RB-005, 3RBCD-005-2 as Riverside History Of Classic Jazz.

Muggsy Spanier  (Jazzology J-33)

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

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

Tin Roof Blues
Up A Lazy River

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Joe Sullivan, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Cyrus St. Clair, sousaphone; Baby Dodds, drums; with guests: Kid Socks Wilson, piano, vocal; Coot Grant, vocal.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, February 15, 1947

Bugle Call Rag
Eccentric

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; George Brunis, trombone, vocal; Albert Nicholas, clarinet, vocal; Charlie Queener, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums.

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

Ja-Da
Panama

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Joe Sullivan, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guest: Dan Burley, piano.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, March 15, 1947

Riverside Blues

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; George Brunis, trombone, vocal; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Joe Sullivan, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, April 5, 1947

A Good Man Is Hard To Find
September In The Rain
Lonesome Road
Love Is Just Around The Corner

This Is Jazz - The Historic Broadcasts Of Rudi Blesh Vol. 1  (Jazzology JCD-1025/1026)

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

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

Clarinet Marmalade
Rose Room
Ripples Of The Nile

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Joe Sullivan, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Cyrus St. Clair, sousaphone; Baby Dodds, drums; with guests: Kid Socks Wilson, piano, vocal; Coot Grant, vocal.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, February 15, 1947

Don't Do That To Me
Royal Garden Blues
Hey Daddy
Squeeze Me

This Is Jazz Broadcasts Vol. 2  (Rhapsody (E) RHA 6037)

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

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

That's A Plenty
I Know That You Know

Sidney Bechet - In Memoriam  (Riverside RLP 138/139)

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

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

Baby, Won't You Please Come Home
Blues Improvisation

Bechet  (Riverside RLP 149)

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

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

Charleston

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

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

Sensation
Black And Blue
Summertime

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

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

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

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

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

Sugar
Dear Old Southland

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

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

Love For Sale

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

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

St. Louis Blues
Sweet Lorraine

This Is Jazz - The Historic Broadcasts Of Rudi Blesh Vol. 2  (Jazzology JCD-1027/1028)

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; George Brunis, trombone, vocal; Albert Nicholas, clarinet, vocal; Charlie Queener, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums.

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

At The Jazz Band Ball
Darktown Strutters' Ball
Relaxin' At The Touro
Dinah

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Joe Sullivan, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guest: Dan Burley, piano.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, March 15, 1947

That Da Da Strain
Some Day Sweetheart
Dusty Bottom Blues
Fidgety Feet

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; George Brunis, trombone, vocal; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Joe Sullivan, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, March 31, 1947

The Sheik Of Araby
Sweet Lorraine
At Sundown
Sweet Lovin' Man
Little Rock Getaway
Ad Lib Blues
I Found A New Baby

Albert Nicholas With The All Star Stompers - This Is Jazz Vol. 2  (Storyville (D) SLP 4068)

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; George Brunis, trombone, vocal; Albert Nicholas, clarinet, vocal; Charlie Queener, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums.

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

Me Pas Lemme Ca (I Don't Like That)

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Joe Sullivan, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guest: Dan Burley, piano.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, March 15, 1947

South Side Shake

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Joe Sullivan, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guests: Kid Socks Wilson, piano, vocal; Coot Grant, vocal.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, May 3, 1947

Rose Room

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

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

Squeeze Me
I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling

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

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, June 28, 1947

Black And Blue
Struttin' With Some Barbecue
Tishomingo Blues
I Found A New Baby

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

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

There'll Be Some Changes Made
Albert's Blues
Clarinet Marmalade

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

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

Dear Old Girl
Wolverine 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, August 23, 1947

Four Or Five Time

This Is Jazz Vol. 2  (Rarities (D) No. 35)

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

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

You're Some Pretty Doll (Ugly Chile)
Twelfth Street Rag
Buddy Bolden's Blues
Farewell Blues

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; James P. Johnson, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guests: Bob Wilber, clarinet; Sidney Bechet, soprano sax.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, April 19, 1947

Maple Leaf Rag
Basin Street Blues
Polka Dot Stomp
Kansas City Man Blues
Jazz Me Blues
Carolina Shout
Panama

This Is Jazz - The Historic Broadcasts Of Rudi Blesh Vol. 3  (Jazzology JCD-1029/1030)

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; George Brunis, trombone, vocal; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Joe Sullivan, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, April 5, 1947

Sweet Georgia Brown
I Used To Love You But It's All Over Now

Muggsy Spanier, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Art Hodes, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; with guests: Stick McGhee, guitar; Brownie McGhee, guitar, vocal.

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

There'll Be Some Changes Made
Heartaches
My Honey's Lovin' Arms
I'm Leavin' In The Morning Blues
Tennessee Shuffle
Ja-Da
Organ Grinder Blues
When The Saints Go Marching In

Louis Armstrong, Lu Watters - Louie-Lu  (Fairmont F-108)

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guest: Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocal.

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

When The Saints Go Marching In
2:19 Blues
Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans
Dippermouth Blues
Basin Street Blues
High Society
I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, You Rascal You

This Is Jazz - The Historic Broadcasts Of Rudi Blesh Vol. 4  (Jazzology JCD-1031/1032)

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Joe Sullivan, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guests: Kid Socks Wilson, piano, vocal; Coot Grant, vocal.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, May 3, 1947

Everybody Loves My Baby
Have Your Chill
Yellow Dog Blues
Cherry
I'm A Dirty Cat
Clarinet Marmalade

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; George Brunis, trombone, vocal; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Joe Sullivan, piano, celeste; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guests: Kirby Walker, piano, vocal.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, May 10, 1947

St. Louis Blues
Tin Roof Blues
Rampart Street Boogie
The Shout
Oh, I'm Evil
Moonlight On The Ganges
Tiger Rag

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; George Brunis, trombone, vocal; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Art Hodes, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums, vocal; with guest: Johnny Glasel, cornet.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, May 17, 1947

Original Dixieland One-Step
I Ain't Got Nobody
Hotter Than That
Shine
Memphis Blues
Yesterdays
King Porter Stomp

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

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

Honeysuckle Rose

James P. Johnson - Ain'tcha Got Music  (Pumpkin Productions 117)

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

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

I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby
Chocolate Bar

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

Ain't Cha Got Music

This Is Jazz! Vol. 1  (Manhattan (It) MAN 503)

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; George Brunis, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; Joe Sullivan, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guest: Blue Lu Barker, vocal.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, May 31, 1947

Ostrich Walk
Don't Leave Me Daddy
After You've Gone
Georgia Grind
A Monday Date
If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight
Strut Miss Lizzie

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; Albert Nicholas, clarinet, vocal; James P. Johnson, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Freddie Moore, drums, washboard, vocal.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, June 7, 1947

I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
Ad Lib Blues
Poor Butterfly
Snowy Morning Blues
Salee Dame, Bonjour
Confessin'

Wild Bill Davison With The All Star Stompers - This Is Jazz Vol. 1  (Storyville (D) SLP 4067)

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; Albert Nicholas, clarinet, vocal; James P. Johnson, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Freddie Moore, drums, washboard, vocal.: same session.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, June 7, 1947

Big Butter And Egg Man

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

Panama
Sensation Rag
When It's Sleepy Time Down South

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

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, June 28, 1947

Shine

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

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, July 5, 1947

Rosetta
How Long Blues
Skeleton Jangle
Careless Love
Dill Pickles

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

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

California, Here I Come

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

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, August 30, 1947

At The Jazz Band Ball

This Is Jazz! Vol. 2  (Manhattan (It) MAN 504)

Wild Bill Davison, cornet; Jimmy Archey, trombone; Albert Nicholas, clarinet; James P. Johnson, piano; Danny Barker, guitar; Pops Foster, bass; Baby Dodds, drums; with guests: Leadbelly, guitar, vocal; Momma Alberta Price, vocal.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, June 14, 1947

Fidgety Feet
Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None Of My Jelly Roll
Green Corn
John Henry
Solo Drum Improvisation
Sugar
Muskrat Ramble

Various Artists - Riverside Dixieland Sampler $1.98  (Riverside S-1)

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 - Sweet And Hot  (Riverside RLP 12-211)

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

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

St. Louis Blues

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

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, July 5, 1947

Shimmeshawabble

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, vocal.

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

Hotter Than That

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, August 23, 1947

As Long As I Live

same personnel.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, September 27, 1947

Avalon
Swinging Down The Lane

Montana Taylor - The Five O'Clocks / I Can't Sleep  (Oldie Blues (D) OL 2815)

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

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, June 28, 1947

The Five O'Clocks (as Piano Solo)
I Can't Sleep

Ida Cox And Her All-Star Band 1939-1940 / Bertha Chippie Hill And The All-Star Stompers 1947  (Queen-disc (It) Q-048)

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, vocal.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, July 19, 1947

Darktown Strutters' Ball

same personnel.

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

Big Butter And Egg Man
Baby, Won't You Please Come Home

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

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, August 30, 1947

Some Of These Days
Improvised Blues (as The Blues)

Wild Bill Davison And His All Star Stompers - This Is Jazz  (Jazzology JCD-42)

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, vocal.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, July 19, 1947

Lonesome Road

same personnel.

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

Tishomingo Blues
Sensation

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, August 23, 1947

Mandy, Make Up Your Mind

same personnel.

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

Sidney Bechet, Albert Nicholas - Creole Reeds  (Riverside RLP 12-216)

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

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

NY70I Never Knew
Dardanella

Edmond Hall With The All Star Stompers - This Is Jazz Vol. 3  (Storyville (D) SLP 4069)

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

Georgia On My Mind

same personnel.

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

I'm Coming, Virginia
The Blues (as Ed's Blues)
Muskrat Ramble

same personnel.

radio broadcast, "Bands For Bonds", WOR Studios, NYC, September 20, 1947

Tiger Rag

same personnel.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, September 20, 1947

Indiana
Dippermouth Blues

same personnel.

radio broadcast, "This Is Jazz", WOR Studios, NYC, September 27, 1947

Jazz Me Blues

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

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

Sensation Rag
Ja-Da
Big Butter And Egg Man
Farewell Blues

Various Artists - Lullaby In Rhythm  (Spotlite (E) SPJ 107)

Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet #1,2,4; John LaPorta, clarinet #1,2,4; Charlie Parker, alto sax #1,2,4; Lennie Tristano, piano; Billy Bauer, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Max Roach, drums #1,2,4; Bruce Elliott, Barry Ulanov, announcer.

radio broadcast, "Bands For Bonds", WOR Studios, NYC, September 13, 1947

1.Ko-Ko I
2.Hot House
3.I Surrender, Dear
4.Fine And Dandy

Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; John LaPorta, clarinet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Lennie Tristano, piano; Billy Bauer, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Max Roach, drums; Carl Caruso, announcer.

radio broadcast, "Bands For Bonds", WOR Studios, NYC, September 20, 1947

Ko-Ko II
On The Sunny Side Of The Street
How Deep Is The Ocean
Tiger Rag
52nd Street Theme

** also released on Zim ZM-1001.

Various Artists - Anthropology  (Spotlite (E) SPJ 108)

Fats Navarro, trumpet #1,2,4,7-9; John LaPorta, clarinet #1,5,7-9; Charlie Parker, alto sax #1,2,4,7-9; Allen Eager, tenor sax #1,7-9; Lennie Tristano, piano; Billy Bauer, guitar; Tommy Potter, bass; Buddy Rich, drums; Sarah Vaughan, vocal #3; Bruce Elliott, Barry Ulanov, announcer.

radio broadcast, "Bands For Bonds", WOR Studios, NYC, November 8, 1947

1.52nd Street Theme
2.Donna Lee
3.Everything I Have Is Yours
4.Hot House (as Fats Flats)
5.Tea For Two
6.Don't Blame Me
7.Groovin' High
8.Ko-Ko
9.Anthropology

** also released on Zim ZM-1002.