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WARREN W. HICKS
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U.S.A.
CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF BIDS:
MAY 31, 2015
The following records are offered at auction. Records are visually graded using traditional standards and are all guaranteed as usual. Your satisfaction as a customer is
of primary concern, so let me know if you’re not happy with any item. Should you need to return a record, please contact me before doing so as it may well be that
the item involved is not worth the time and expense of the return.
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one you will be awarded the wrong record. If you bid on and win a wrong item number you will be expected to pay for it. This is not meant to imply infallibility on
my part. In the course of entering the 12,000 or so bids received for each auction into the computer, I know that I’m good for more than a couple of keystroke
errors for which I will readily make any necessary adjustment, but I can’t assume the responsibility for bidder errors as well. In other words, I’ll pay for my goofs and
you pay for yours.
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post, media rate, insured for parcels valued at over $25.00. I’m sorry that I’m unable to use UPS. Winnings for overseas bidders will be shipped via Priority Mail,
insured in the amount of customs valuation. If you do not indicate a customs valuation, a minimum valuation will be used. There has been very little loss of overseas
parcels, but our liability is limited to the customs/insurance value specified.
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use of your credit card (Master Card, Visa, AMEX or Discover) as it speeds delivery of your order. Details are found on the bidding form at the end of the list. Be
sure to copy your credit card number accurately and completely and be sure to include the expiration date. Yes, overseas customers can use credit cards as well. This
method of payment has proved to be very expeditious for overseas transactions. I can also accept payment via PayPal. Those payments can be made to
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Winning bids totaling under $10.00 will not be shipped and no payment will be required. You’ll still receive a winning bidder’s notification, but the records will be
held over to the next auction and the amount will be added to your next invoice. I will gladly hold records over from one auction to the next to help ease the burden
of shipping costs, but payment will be required for the “records only” portion of your invoice if it totals over $10.00. I’m always happy to combine winnings for
overseas bidders with other collectors in the same area, but I must have the approval of all parties concerned, and there should be one joint payment to cover all of
the parties, or all parties should use credit cards.
Please do not place bids if you will be unable to pay for your winnings within a reasonable time. These auctions are my sole source of income, and like any business
cash flow is an important factor. My clients (the people who own the records that I list) expect to receive their shares from the sale of their records within a
reasonable time following the closing date, and I can only accomplish this if your payments are received promptly.
Our set-up is such that I’m not able to service want lists. I don’t maintain an inventory of records in the normal sense and I never know what I have until I process
each consignment for listing.
A word about our shipping schedule: Our mailing list has now grown to the point where there are several hundred parcels to be packed for each auction. Our credit
card customers are shipped first, since their payment dates are essentially the same as the date of their invoice. These are done in Account Number order, which
affords us some semblance of a system and allows the charter members of our mailing list (the earliest Account Numbers) to be shipped first. It takes about two
weeks from the date that appears on your credit card charge slip to complete all of the credit card customers, so if your Account Number is 4020, for instance, your
records are going to be shipped about two weeks after Account Number 10. Thereafter, shipments are made in the order in which payments are received, but our
volume is such that it may take a couple of weeks from receipt of payment for records to be shipped when the packing operation is at its peak. Your understanding
and patience will be very much appreciated.
And finally, if you have a first-line, clean collection of jazz records or literature for disposal, please inquire about our consignment services.
SECTION I – BOOKS, CATALOGS, SHEET MUSIC, PHOTOGRAPHS, PROGRAMS, CYLINDERS & PIANO ROLLS (Min. bids as shown)
BOOKS (Alpha by author) (no specific minimums, just reasonable bids).
1 BESSIE by Chris Albertson. 253 p, Stein & Day, 1982. 6x9 softbound has cover crease. Bessie Smith biography.
2 THE JAZZ AGE: THE 20’s ed. Loretta Britten & Paul Mathless. 192 p, Time-Life, 1998. 9x11 hardbound, no dust jacket (as issued). Isol.ated volume
from “Our American Century” series has 20 pages specific to jazz plus other entertaining stuff with lots of photos.
3 SWEET AS THE SHOWERS OF RAIN by Samuel Charters. 178 p, Osk, 1977. 7x10 softbound. “The story of the men who made the blues including
Furry Lewis, Willie McTell, Blind Blake, Blind Boy Fuller and others.”
4 MILESTONES OF JAZZ: A CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY OF JAZZ MUSIC IN PHOTOGRAPHS by Linton Chiswick. 136 p, CLB International,
1997. 10x10 hardbound, dust jacket.
5 FOURTEEN MILES ON A CLEAR NIGHT by Peter Gammond & Peter Clayton. 128 p, Jazz Book Club (Lon.), 1967. 5x8 hardbound, dust jacket. “An
irreverent, skeptical and affectionate book about jazz records.”
6 THE CAT by Gene Deitch (cartoons) with commentary by George Avakian. 32 p, Record Changer, 1948. 6x9 booklet.
7 HERMAN CHITTISON: A BIO-DISCOGRAPHY by James M. Doran. 136 p, IAJRC, 1993. 8x11 softbound.
8 BUNNY BERIGAN: ELUSIVE LEGEND OF JAZZ by Robert Dupuis. 368 p, LSU Press, 1993. 6x9 hardbound, dust jacket.
9 BING CROSBY, A POCKETFUL OF DREAMS: THE EARLY YEARS 1903-1940 by Gary Giddins. 728 p, Back Bay, 2002. 6x9 softbound.
10 WEST COAST JAZZ: MODERN JAZZ IN CALIFORNIA 1945-1960 by Ted Gioia. 404 p, Oxford, 1992. 6x9 hardbound, dust jacket.
11 JAZZ IS by Nat Hentoff. 288 p, Avon, 1978. 4x7 paperback.
12 FRIENDS WITH PLEASURE: A HISTORY OF THE SONS OF BIX by Jack Howe. 12 p, self-pub., undated. 8x11 booklet. (NOTE: This can also be
found packaged with a set of tape cassettes in this auction, Item # 1179).
13 JAZZ AND THE WHITE AMERICANS by Neil Leonard. 215 p, Jazz Book Club (Lon.), 1964.
14 THE CASA LOMA HOTEL AND THE CASA LOMA ORCHESTRA by Jack Litchfield. 60 p, self-pub., 2013. 8x11 softound.
15 AULD ACQUAINTANCE: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY by Guy Lombardo. 295 p, Doubleday, 1975. 6x9 hardbound.
16 THE BANDS CANADIANS DANCED TO by Helen McNamara & Jack Lomas. 118 p, Griffin House (Toronto), 1973. 10x10 hdbnd, dj. Many photos.
17 REALLY THE BLUES by Mezz Mezzrow & Bernard Wolfe. 388 p, Random House, 2nd prtg, 1946. 6x9 hardbound, no dust jacket. Cover is somewhat
soiled and there is a 2” split on the left side of the spine.
18 AMERICAN CELEBRITY RECORDINGS 1900-1925 by Julian Morton Moses. 209 p, Monarch, 3rd rev. ed. 1993. 6x9 softbound. Opera singers and
classical musicians.
19 SONGSTERS & SAINTS: VOCAL TRADITIONS ON RACE RECORDS by Paul Oliver. 339 p, Cambridge Univ. Press, 1984. 6x9 softbound.
20 LISTEN UP: THE LIVES OF QUINCY JONES ed. Courtney Sale Ross. 192 p, Warner Books, 1990. 11x11 softbound with dust jacket that has small
clear tape repair. Has more photos than text and includes a 22x33 poster for the documentary film of the same name.
21 RHYTHM ON RECORD by Hilton R. Schleman. 333 p, Greenwood Press, 1978. 6x9 hardbound, no dust jacket (as issued). Reprint of the 1936 original.
22 SINGERS OF THE BLUES by Frank Surge. 64 p, Lerner, 3rd prtg, 1973. 7x8 hardbound, no dust jacket (as issued). An entry in the “Pull Ahead” series
aimed at young readers.
23 THE ONE AND ONLY BING by Bob Thomas. 208 p, Ace/Grosset & Dunlap, 1977. 4x7 paperback. Loads of photos.
24 THE LIFE & WORKS OF PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR by Lida Keck Wiggins. 430 p, Dodd, Mead, 1907. 6x8 hardbound, no dust jacket. This is\
altogether too fresh-looking to be over 100 years old. I believe it is likely a reprint made from the original plates.
25 THE JAZZ TRADITION by Martin Williams. 191 p, Mentor Books, 1971. 4x7 paperback.
RECORD CATALOGS
26 BLUEBIRD POPULAR RECORDS CATALOG Dec. 1939. 35 p, 5x7.
27 BLUEBIRD RECORDS CATALOG SUPPLEMENT Oct. 1939. 10x12 sheet folded to 3x6 aas distributed.
28 BRUNSWICK RECORD CATALOG 1923. 123 p, 5x7.
29 BRUNSWICK RECORD CATALOG 1924. 142 p, 5x7.
30 BRUNSWICK RECORD CATALOG Jan. 1928. 196 p, 5x7.
31 Group of 16 BRUNSWICK RECORDS Catalog supplements and release sheets, 1920-1930 ranging from single-sheet foldouts to 16 p booklets.
32 COLUMBIA RECORDS CATALOG 1919. 488 p, 5x7. Cover separated and moderately frayed. Former owner’s name written on cover.
33 COLUMBIA RECORDS CATALOG 1923. 416 p, 5x7. Spine frayed with clear tape repair.
34 COLUMBIA RECORDS CATALOG 1924. 448 p, 5x7. Spine severely frayed, moisture damage on rear cover.
35 COLUMBIA RECORDS CATALOG 1929. 400 p, 5x7.
36 COLUMBIA RECORDS CATALOG SUPPLEMENT Nov. 1920. 14 p, 5x7.
37 COLUMBIA RECORDS CATALOG SUPPLEMENT Apr. 1929. 28 p, 5x7.
38 COLUMBIA RECORDS SUPPLEMENTARY CATALOG 1930. 160 p, 5x7. “Including all records listed from Oct. 1928 thru Sep. 1929.”
39 COLUMBIA RECORDS SUPPLEMENTARY CATALOG 1931. 176 p, 5x7. “Including all records listed from Oct. 1929 thru Dec. 1930.”
40 GENNETT RECORDS 1923 CATALOG. 96 p. A reprint of the original.
41 OKEH RACE RECORDS: THE BOOK OF BLUES. 32 p. A reprint of the original.
42 VICTOR RECORDS CATALOG 1927. 228 p, 5x7.
43 VICTOR RECORDS CATALOG 1930. 276 p, 5x7.
44 VICTOR RECORDS CATALOG SUPPLEMENT Mar. 1917. 36 p, 5x7.
45 VICTOR RECORDS CATALOG SUPPLEMENT Nov. 1924. 28 p, 5x7.
46 VICTOR RECORDS CATALOG SUPPLEMENT Dec. 1929. 24 p, 5x7.
47 VICTOR “OLD TIME SOUTHERN TUNES” CATALOG 1928. 20 p, 4x9.
48 NEW VICTOR ORTHOPHONIC RECORDINGS FOR MARCH 1927. 8 p, 7x9.
49 VOCALION RECORDS CATALOG 1925. 98 p, 5x7. Rear cover has small tape repair. Edges and last few pages moderately frayed. Writing on cover.
SHEET MUSIC & FOLIOS (Min. bid $2.00) (* indicates former owner’s name written on cover)
50 AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’ (Razaf-Waller-Brooks), 1929. “Connie’s Hot Chocolates” show cover. Small surface tear front cover.
51 ALONE AT LAST (Kahn-Fiorito), 1925. Cover crease.
52 AVALON (Jolson-Rose), 1920.
53 BECAUSE MY BABY DON’T MEAN MAYBE NOW (Donaldson), 1928.
54 BETTY CO-ED (Fogarty-Vallee), 1930. Rudy Vallee cover photo. Clear tape repair on spine (*).
55 THE BIRTH OF THE BLUES (DeSylva-Brown-Henderson), 1926. “George White’s Scandals” show cover (*).
56 BLUE RIVER (Bryan-Meyer), 1927. Ritz Four (male quartet) cover. photo. Seam split and some edge fraying.
57 BLUES MY NAUGHTY SWEETIE GIVES TO ME (Swanstone-McCarron-Morgan), 1919. Small cover photo Ted Doner.
58 BOOGIE WOOGIE (Pine-Top Smith), c. 1939 ed.
59 BROADWAY ROSE (West-Fried-Spencer), 1920 (*).
60 BYE, BYE, PRETTY BABY (Gardner-Hamilton), 1927. Ester Sterling cover photo.
61 CALIFORNIA, HERE I COME (Jolson-DeSylva-Meyer), 1924. Al Jolson cover photo.
62 COPENHAGEN (Melrose-Davis), 1924. Benson Orch. of Chicago cover photo.
63 ‘DEED I DO (Hirsch-Rose), 1926. Grace Aldrich cover photo.
64 DID YOU MEAN IT? (Baker-Silvers-Lyman), 1927. Lee Morse cover photo.
65 DON’T THINK YOU’LL BE MISSED (Harrison-Lyons-Rose), 1923. Small cover photo Margaret Young (*).
66 DOO WACKA DOO (Gaskill-Donaldson-Horther), 1924. Paul Whiteman cover photo.
67 DOWN WHERE THE SUN GOES DOWN (Jones-Buck), 1928. Bennie Kreuger cover photo.
68 HERE’S THAT PARTY NOW IN PERSON (Yellen-Ager), 1928. Ponce Sisters cover photo.
69 HORSES (Whiting-Gay), 1926. Cover photo Sleepy Hall & his Yale Collegiate Orch. (with instruments).
70 I LIKE A LITTLE GIRL LIKE THAT (Yellen-Ager), 1930.
71 I MUST BE DREAMING (Dubin-Flaherty-Sherman), 1927. Boyd Senter cover photo.
72 I’D WALK A MILLION MILES (Lewis-Marks), 1927 (*).
73 I’M HAPPY WHEN YOU’RE HAPPY (Davis-Baer), 1931 (*).
74 I’M ON THE CREST OF A WAVE (DeSylva-Brown-Henderson), 1928. “George White’s Scandals” show cover. Seam split.
75 I’M THRU WITH LOVE (Kahn-Malneck-Livingston), 1931. Paul Whiteman cover photo.
76 IF I HAD MY WAY, PRETTY PABY (Mecum), 1922. Seam split (*).
77 IS SHE MY GIRL FRIEND? (Yellen-Ager), 1927. Art Nolan cover photo.
78 IT HAD TO BE YOU (Kahn-Jones), 1924. Lillian Walker cover photo.
79 JAZZ BABY (Merrill-Jerome), 1919. Cover has interior clear tape repair.
80 LAFF IT OFF! (Kalmar-Ruby), 1924. Cover photo Fred Waring’s Pennsylvanians (with instruments).
81 LITTLE GIRL (Hyde-Henry), 1931. (*).
82 LOVE AIN’T NOTHIN’ BUT THE BLUES (Goodwin-Trent-Alter), 1929. “Chasing Rainbows” film cover. Seam split and edges frayed (*).
83 LOVE ME TO-NIGHT (Crosby-Washington-Young), 1932. Bing Crosby cover photo.
84 LULLABY OF BROADWAY (Dubin-Warren), 1935. “Gold Diggers of 1935” film cover.
85 MAGNOLIA (DeSylva-Brown-Henderson), 1927 (*).
86 MAKIN’ WHOOPEE (Donaldson-Kahn), 1928. “Whoopee” show cover.
87 THE MEMPHIS BLUES (Handy-Norton), 1940 ed. with Jack Teagarden cover photo.
88 ORGAN GRINDER’S SWING (Hudson-Mills-Parish), 1936.
89 OUR BUNGALOW OF DREAMS (Malie-Newman-Verges), 1927. Cover photo “The Four Symphonists” (3 gals and a guy, a vocal group ?).
90 PRECIOUS (Egan-Pasternacki-Whiting), 1926.
91 PUTTIN’ ON THE RITZ (Berlin), 1929. Harry Richman cover photo (*).
92 ROCK-A-BYE MY BABY BLUES (Waltz) (Hill-Yoell), 1923.
93 ROSE OF THE RIO GRANDE (Leslie-Warren-Gorman), 1922.
94 ROSES OF YESTERDAY (Berlin), 1928.
95 ST. LOUIS BLUES (Handy), 1942 ed. showing St. Louis skyline with small photo of Handy playing trumpet. Cover split.
96 SAN (McPhail-Michels), 1924 ed. with cover photo George Olsen & his Music (with instruments). Spine clear tape repaired.
97 SECOND HAND ROSE (Clarke-Hanley), 1921. “Ziegfeld Follies of 1921” show cover.
98 SHE’S ONE SWEET SHOW GIRL (Ward-Grossman), 1928. Alice White cover photo (*).
99 SIDE BY SIDE (Woods), 1927. Belle Baker cover photo.
100 (WHAT DO I CARE) WHAT SOMEBODY SAID (Clare-Woods), 1927 (*).
101 SOMEONE’S ROCKING MY DREAMBOAT (Rene-Scott-Rene), 1941. Benny Goodman cover photo.
102 SOMETIMES I’M HAPPY (Caesar-Youmans), 1927. “Hit the Deck” show cover.
103 SPANISH SHAWL (Elmer Schoebel), 1925. Seam split.
104 STAR DUST (Parish-Carmichael), 1957 piano solo arr. by Irving Fields (no lyric).
105 STARS FELL ON ALABAMA (Parish-Perkins), 1934. Phil Harris cover photo (*).
106 SWEET THING (Williams-Kahn-Verges), 1926. Cover photo Scheurman’s Colorado Orch. (with instruments).
107 TAKE ME TO THE LAND OF JAZZ (Kalmar-Leslie-Wendling), 1919.
108 THAT’S JUST MY WAY OF FORGETTING YOU (DeSylva-Brown-Henderson), 1928.
109 THEN YOU’LL REMEMBER ME (Balfe), 1935. Earl Burtnett cover photo Edges frayed (*).
110 THERE’S EVERYHTING NICE ABOUT YOU (Bryan-Terker-Wendling), 1927. Cover photo Kenn Sisson.
111 TOO BUSY (Miller-Cohn), 1928.
112 TOO LATE (Lewis-Young), 1931. Bing Crosby cover photo.
113 TRUE BLUE LOU (Whiting-Coslow-Robin), 1929. “The Dance of Life” film cover with Hal Skelly, Nancy Carroll photo.
114 TURN ON THE HEAT (DeSylva-Brown-Henderson), 1929. “Sunny Side Up” film cover with Janet Gaynor photo (*).
115 THE VARSITY DRAG (DeSylva-Brown-Henderson), 1927. “Good News” show cover (*).
116 ‘WAY DOWN YONDER IN NEW ORLEANS (Creamer-Layton), 1922. Adele Rowland cover photo.
117 THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT (Kern-Fields), 1936. “Swing Time” film cover with Astaire & Rogers photo.
118 WHAT A DAY! (Woods), 1929.
119 WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD (Weiss-Thiele), c. 1987 ed. with Louis Armstrong cover photo.
120 WHAT WOULDN’T I DO FOR THAT MAN (Gorney-Harburg), 1929. Helen Morgan cover photo.
121 WHEN THE MORNING GLORIES WAKE UP IN THE MORNING (Rose-Fisher), 1927.
122 WHEN YOUR LOVER HAS GONE (Swan), 1931 (*).
123 WHY COULDN’T IT BE POOR .LITTLE ME? (Kahn-Jones), 1924.
124 WHY DON’T YOU DO RIGHT (McCoy), 1942. Benny Goodman cover photo.
125 WHY SHOULD I CRY OVER YOU (Waltz) (Miller-Cohn), 1922. Cover photo Nonette (“The golden voiced violinist”).
126 WISHING AND WAITING FOR .LOVE (Clarke-Akst), 1929. “Broadway Babies” film cover with Alice White photo (*).
127 WOULD YOU LIKE TO TAKE A WALK (Dixon-Rose-Warren), 1930. “Sweet and Low” show cover.
128 YOU SHOWED ME THE WAY (Green-Fitzgerald-McCrae-Webb), 1937. Benny Goodman cover photo.
129 YOU’VE GOT TO SEE MAMMA EV’RY NIGHT (Rose-Conrad), 1923.
FOLIO (Min. bid $5.00)
130 THE LIBRARY OF RAGTIME & EARLY BLUES PIANO. 70 piano solos by such as Scott Joplin, Joseph Lamb, Tom Turpin, Lucky Roberts, James
Scott, etc. 319 p, Ansco, 1995. 9x12 spiral bound.
PHOTOGRAPHS (Min. bid $2.00)
131 8x10 photo of Bunny Berigan & his Orch. standing on stage of Strand Theatre, 1939, holding instruments (image size is 8x8).
132 8x10 copy print photo of the well-known Bruno of Hollywood studio photo of Bunny Berigan, 3/4 figure, playing trumpet. The original was
inscribed to Ben Young by Berigan.
133 8x10 copy print photo of Bunny Berigan and Lee Wiley seated at a nightclub table with another unidentified couple.
134 8x10 copy print photo of Will Bradley & his Orch. playing onstage at an unspecified location. The “Six Texas Hot Dogs” group performing in front.
135 8x10 copy print photo of Jean Calloway & her Victor Recording Orch. posed on stage playing instruments
136 8x10 photo of John Coltrane, seated half figure looking into camera and holding tenor sax.
137 8x10 photo of Pete Fountain, 1/2 figure playing clarinet. Eddie Miller holding his sax in background.
138 8x10 photo of Pete Fountain & Eddie Miller, full figure on stage standing playing instruments.
139 8x10 composite close-up studio photos of Benny Goodman and Ethel Merman for use as press release promoting the the Bell Telephone Hour telecast
of Jan. 29, 1960. The individual images are 5x6. Rear of photo contains captions to be used with the photos.
140 8x10 photo of Joe Haymes & his Orch. at the Steel Pier, dated 8/5/34. It’s the standard Steel Pier photo, with Haymes and his vocalist (Audrey Blane?)
standing in center, rest of the band squatting on either side (no instrumenets), crowd in the background. There’s a light streak on the left side, seemingly in
the original negative.
141 8x10 close-up photo of Wes Montgomery.
142 8x10 undated photo of Charlie Teagarden, half-figure, standing at what appears to be the doorway of the Rainbow Room, NYC. A portion of the poster for
the current attraction, Ray Noble’s Orch. with Al Bowlly, appears at side.
143 8x10 copy print of studio close-up photo of Cubby, Jack and Charlie Teagarden, notated on the back as Chicago, 1933.
144 8x10 undated photo of the World’s Greatest Jazz Band in performance on stage in an auditorium, location unidentified.
145 8x10 photo of the WGJB same venue, closer up with Bob Wilber soloing as the other members look on.
146 8x10 photo of the WGJB same venue, Wilber & Bud Freeman duetting, Sutton, Haggart & Gus Johnson in background.
147 8x10 photo of the WGJB same venue, Yank Lawson soloing.
148 8x10 photo of the WGJB in performance at an unspecified outdoor location (Newport?).
149 8x10 photo of the WGJB from the same location, different from #148.
150 8x10 photo of the WGJB, same location, different than above.
PROGRAMS (Min. bid $2.00)
151 Souvenir program for Louis Armstrong All-Stars “Star Night at the Philharmonic” concert, Kansas City, 11/7/64. 40 p, 9x12.
152 Souvenir program for the Tommy Dorsey Orch. dir. Sam Donahue concert, Baltimore Civic Center, 7/11/63. 10p, 8x10.
PLAYER PIANO ROLLS (in original boxes) (Min. bid $5.00).
153 BLACK BOTTOM DANCE played by James P. Johnson. QRS 3792.
154 CHARLESTON RAG played by Eubie Blake. QRS Q-1004.
155 COW COW BLUES played by Charles Davenport. QRS 3865.
156 DARKTOWN STRUTTERS’ BALL played by Baxter & Kortlander. QRS Q-168.
157 DIZZY FINGERS played by Victor Arden. QRS 614680.
158 DO YOU EVER THINK OF ME player unidentified. MAJESTIC 4156. Box tape repaired.
159 EVERYBODY WANTS A KEY TO MY CELLAR played by Max Kortlander. QRS 860.
160 GO BACK WHERE YOU STAYED LAST NIGHT player unidentified. IMPERIAL X5925.
161 GYPSY BLUES played by James P. Johnson. QRS 1674.
162 HIGH BROWN BLUES played by Pete Wendling. QRS 1898.
163 I AIN’T GOT NOBODY played by Fats Waller. QRS 3293.
164 I DON’T WANT TO SET THE WORLD ON FIRE played by Max Kortlander. QRS 7486.
165 IF I COULD BE WITH YOU played by Fats Waller and Jsames P. Johnson. QRS Q-152.
166 JELLY ROLL BLUES played by Jelly Roll Morton. VOCALSTYLE 50565.
167 LAST NIGHT ON THE BACK PORCH played by James Blythe. SUPERTONE 5343.
168 MAGNETIC RAG played by Scott Joplin. QRS/CONNORIZED 10266.
169 MAPLE LEAF RAG presumably played by Scott Jopin. SUPERTONE 10029. Label states only “By Scott Joplin” rather than “Played by Scott Joplin.”
170 MARY LOU. No player or composer identification. IMPERIAL 06248.
171 MOUNTAIN GREENERY played by Richard Rodgers. AMPICO 207611. No label on box.
172 MR. JAZZ HIMSELF played by George Gershwin & Rudolph Erlebach. UNIVERSAL 2529.
173 MR. JELLY LORD played by Jelly Roll Morton. VOCALSTYLE 12973.
174 NOLA played by Felix Arndt. QRS 100777.
175 PRECIOUS played by Johnny Johnson. QRS 3702.
176 SALLY (“Harmony Waltz”) played by James Blythe. SUPERTONE 5497.
177 THE SHEIK OF ARABY played by Zez Confrey. QRS 1775.
178 SHREVEPORT STOMP played by Jelly Roll Morton. VOCALSTYLE 50481.
179 SOMETHIN’ DOIN’ played by Scott Joplin. QRS/CONNORIZED Q-197.
180 SWINGIN’ DOWN THE LANE. Player unidentified. INTERNATIONAL 92388.
181 TACKIN’ ‘EM DOWN played by Barton & Barkely. UNIVERSAL 3055. Box tape repaired.
182 TOM CAT BLUES played by Jelly Roll Morton. VOCALSTYLE 12983.
183 WEEPING WILLOW RAG played by Scott Joplin. QRS Q-198.
184 WHISPERING played by George Gershwin. MELODEE 4007.
185 WHERE’D YOU GET THOSE EYES played by Pete Wendling. QRS 3583.
186 WHO? played by Victor Arden. QRS 3346.
187 YOU NEED A RAG. Name on box is Theodore Morse, unspecific as to whether he is the composer or the player (or both). “88” 66545B.
188 YOU’RE A REAL SWEETHEART played by Armand Muth. PLAYRITE 5471.
189 YOU’RE ALWAYS MESSIN’ ‘ROUND WITH MY MAN played by Clarence Johnson. QRS 2439.
190 YOU’VE GOT TO SEE MAMA EV’RY NIGHT played by Max Kortlander. QRS 2175.
CYLINDERS (Min. bid $3.00) (I have no way of playing these. They appear to be unblemished).
191 VERNON DALHART The Letter Edged in Black EDISON 5088 (no lid on box).
192 VERNON DALHART The Chain Gang Song EDISON 5176 (no lid on box).
193 GOLDEN & HUGHES (Vaudeville sketch) The Two Happy Darky Boys EDISON 403.
194 EDWARD MEEKER Clancy’s Wooden Wedding. EDISON 158.
195 BILLY MURRAY Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly? EDISON 416.
196 RAY PERKINS (Piano solo) Look for the Silver Lining. EDISON 4347 (in Oxford box with no lid).
SECTION II – 10” x 78 RPM SINGLES (Min. bid $2.00)
(*) preceding BB catalog number indicates buff label.
(*) preceding DE catalog number indicates “Sun Dial” label.
All VI records are original label unless otherwise indicated:
(RG) Round gold label when original is scroll.
(SIL) Silver label when original is scroll or round gold.
(RCA) RCA Victor label when original is any of the above.
(v) preceding record label name indicates vinyl pressing.
(sol) following condition code indicates pressure-sensitive sticker
on label, which would presumably tear label if removed.
Gummed labels are not noted.
(w) following tune title indicates waltz.
(wol) following consition code indicates writing on label.
IRVING AARONSON & his Commanders
197 What! No Spinach?/JOHNNY HAMP: Who Wouldn’t VI 20117 E/E+
THE ACCOMPANIONS (Music accompaniment disc by clt & rhythm)
198 At Sundown/Some of these Days
ACOMPO 106
E
ALABAMA RED PEPPERS
199 Eccentric/A Good Man Is Hard to Find MOULDIE FYGGE 101 E+
ALABAMA SERENADERS (Harry Pollock Orch.)
200 Honey/My Sin
CHAMPION 15720 V+
JACK ALBIN’s Orch. (Nichols on the Edisons)
201 Hugs & Kisses (-A)/B. A. ROLFE Orch: Who Are You
Vamping Tonight?
ED 51829
E
202 The Two of Us/JACK STILLMAN’s Orch: Let the End of the
World Come Tomorrow (-B)
ED 51831
E
203 You’re Driving Me Crazy (-1)/LLOYD NEWTON & his Varsity
Eleven: Sweet Jennie Lee
IMPERIAL(Eng) 2408
V+
ALL STAR TROUBADOURS (Calif. Ramblers)
204 Puttin’ on the Ritz/LOUISVILLE MASTER PLAYERS (GG studio):
Virginia
VAN DYKE 81849 V+
HENRY “RED” ALLEN
205 Swing Out/HOAGY CARMICHAEL Orch:
Lazy River
HMV B6500
E+
ALLEN-HAWKINS & their Orch. (1” long rim bite not in grooves)
206 Hush my Mouth/Dark Clouds
PER 15858
EPAULINE ALPERT (Piano solos)
207 Magnolia/Hallelujah
VI 20786
E
AMBROSE & his Orch.
208 Copenhagen/B’wanga
DeE 41003
E
209 I’m More than Satisfied/Chirp, Chirp
HMV B5498
E
HARRY ARCHER & his Orch.
210 Sweet and Low Down/Whistle Away your Blues BR 3096
E/EPHIL ARDEN-VICTOR OHMAN & their Orch.
211 Looking for a Boy/That Certain Feeling
BR 3035
E212 Strike Up the Band!/Soon
VI 22308
E
213 Ooh that Kiss/You’re my Everything
VI 22818
EARIEL DANCE ORCH. (Lanin) (small label tear second side)
214 Santiago/Into my Heart
ARIEL(Eng) Z4606
ETHE ARKANSAS WOODCHOPPER (“Old time singin’”)
215 Frankie & Johnnie/In the Jailhouse Now
CHAMPION 45058 ETHE ARKANSAW TRAVELERS
216 Those Panama Mammas/Copenhagen
OK 40236
V+
LIL ARMSTRONG & her Swing Orch.
217 Lindy Hop/When I Went Back Home
*DE 1388
E
LOUIS ARMSTRONG
218 Mahogany Hall Stomp/He’s a Son of the South *BB 5086
E-/E
219 Lonesome Blues/King of the Zulus
vBRS 1
E+
220 (& Mills Bros) In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree/MILLS BROS:
Since We Fell Out of Love
*DE 1495
E/E+
221 Got No Blues/I’m not Rough
(Lg red)OK 8551
V
222 Beau Koo Jack/Mahogany Hall Stomp
(Sm red)OK 8680
E-/V
223 Ding Dong Daddy/I’m in Market for You (Sm blk)OK 41442 V+/E224 Body & Soul/HARLEM MUSIC MASTERS (Duke):
Ring Dem Bells
(Sm blk)OK 41468
V+
225 Them There Eyes/Little Joe
(Sm blk)OK 41501 V+/E226 Between the Devil & the Deep Blue Sea./Kickin’ the
Gong Around
(Sm bk)OK 41550 V/V+
GUS ARNHEIM & his Orch.
227 I’m Feathering a Nest/HERMAN KENIN Orch:
I’m Doin’ What I’m Doin’ for Love
VI 22016
E228 Sweetheart, Where Are You Tonight/HERMAN KENIN:
If I Had my Way
VI 22058
E
229 Put your Little Arms around Me/Lies
VI 22853
E+
PAUL ASH & his Orch.
230 Take in the Sun, Hang out the Moon/How I Love You CO 828D V+
FRED ASTAIRE with Johnny Green & his Orch.
231 The Way You Look Tonight/Pick Yourself Up BR 7717
V+
FRANK AUBURN & his Orch. (BG solo first side)
232 I Found a Million Dollar Baby/In the Merry Month of
Maybe
HAR 1331H
EGENE AUSTIN (Orch. accomp. includes Fats on #233)
233 Maybe! Who Knows?/I’ve Got a Feeling I’m
Falling
ViCan 22033 E+/E
234 Ain’t Misbehavin’/Peace of Mind
VI 22068
ELOVIE AUSTIN’s Serenaders
235 Merry Makers Twine/In the Alley Blues AMERICAN MUSIC 4 E+
236 Frog Tongue Stomp/Jackass Blues
CENTURY 3007 E+
BAILEY’S LUCKY SEVEN
237 Tomorrow/No Wonder I’m Lonesome
APEX 461
E238 Then I’ll Be Happy/Mother Me Tennessee GENNETT 3192 V+
BUSTER BAILEY Sextet
239 Am I Blue/The Blue Room
VARSITY 8333
E
240 April in Paris/Should I
VARSITY 8337
E+
SMITH BALLEW & his Orch.
241 Time On my Hands/You Call It Madness
CO 2544D
E
242 My Love Parade/ED LOYD Orch: I Love You, Believe Me,
I Love You (Ballew voc)
(U..S.)PARL PNY34011
E+
243 When We’re Alone/I Thank You Mr Moon
PER 15561
V+
244 Lovely to Look At/I Won’t Dance
PER 16089
V+
FRANK BANTA (Piano solos)
245 Russian Lullaby/Ain’t She Sweet
VI 20610
EALEX BARTHA & his Orch.
246 There’s Oceans of Love/On the Merry-go-round ViCan 24056 E-/E
NORA BAYES
247 I Could Have Had You/Love Nights
CO A3347 V+/EBIX BEIDERBECKE
248 In a Mist/Wringin’ an’ Twistin’
(Purple)OK 3150
E
249 Deep Down South/JOE VENUTI: Wasting my Love
on You
VI 23018
E250 I’ll Be a Friend with Pleasure/PAUL WHITEMAN: Mary (-4, orig.
issue for this take)
VI 26415 E-(sol)
TEX BENEKE & The Miller Orch.
251 Swing Low Sweet Chariot/I’m Headin’ for Calif. VI 20-1834
E
252 Give Me Five Minutes More/Texas Tex
VI 20-1922 E+/E
253 A Gal in Calico/Oh But I Do
VI 20-1991
E+
BOYD BENNETT & his Rockets
254 Right Around the Corner/Partners for Life
KING 4874
V+
RALPH BENNETT & his Seven Aces
255 (Lou Gold) The Night When Love Was Born/Please Handle
with Care
MEL 12407
E
256 (Smith Ballew Orch. with Ray Heatherton vocs) The Lady
I Love/Moonlight on the River
MEL 12438
EBUNNY BERIGAN & his Men
257 In as Mist/Walkin’ the Dog
VI 26123
E+
AL BERNARD
258 Nigger Blues/ERNEST HARE: Satan, I’m Here ED 50542 E-/E
CHU BERRY & his “Little Jazz” Ensemble
259 46 West 52/Sitting In
COM 516
E+
DON BESTOR & his Orch.
260 I Guess It Wasn’t Meant to Be/The River Rhine VI 24136
E+
ESTHER BIGEOU
261 Nervous Blues(-A)/CLARENCE WILLIAMS: The Dance
They Call the Georgia Hunch
OK 8029
V
EUBIE BLAKE & his Shuffle Along Orch.
262 Baltimore Buzz/Bandana Days
VI 18791
E
BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAIN ENTERTAINERS
263 Washington & Lee Swing/Goodnight Waltz ROMEO 5116 V+/EBUDDY BLUE & his Texans (Smith Ballew)
264 Confessin’/REG HENDERSON & his Orch: I Still
Remember
JEWEL 5972
E
THE BLUES MAN (George Vann acc. trio incl. Paul Howard, ts)
265 My Baby’s Blues/Kansas City Boogie
JUKE BOX UR101
ESHARKEY BONANO & his Sharks of Rhythm
266 Swing Like a Rusty Gate/Swingin’ on Swanee Shore VO 3470 E/EBERYL BOOKER
267 That Old Black Magic/Someone to Watch Over
Me
SITTIN’ IN WITH 539 E
IRENE BORDONI with Irving Aaronson’s Commanders
268 Don’t Look at Me that Way/The Land of Going to Be VI 21742 E+
CONNIE BOSWELL with Victor Young Orch.
269 Dinner at Eight/Emperor Jones
BrCan 6640
E/ELEW BRAY acc. Sunny Clapp & his Band O’ Sunshine
270 Pagan Love Song/We Can’t Use Each Other.
OK 41261
V+/V
CARL BRISSON with Jimmie Grier & his Orch.
271 Cocktails for Two/Live and Love Tonight
BR 6887
V+
BROADWAY BELL-HOPS
272 Get Out & Get Under the Moon(-1)/I’d Rather Cry
Over You
DIVA 2644G V/V+
BROADWAY BROADCASTERS (Lanin)
273 My Best Girl/BOB HARING: Moonlight & You CAMEO 618
E274 Rag Doll/GEORGE HALL: I Found You
ROMEO 638 V+/ESTELLA BROOKS (acc. Joe Sullivan, Bechet, F. Newton et al)
275 West End/As Long As I Live
DISC 5030
E+
276 St. Louis Blues/Jazz Me Blues
DISC 5031
E+
277 I’m a Little Piece of Leather/I’ll Never Be the Same DISC 5032
E+
HENRY BROWN (Piano solos)
278 Deep Morgan Blues/Eastern Chimes Blues
CENTURY 3013 E
MERRITT BRUNIES & his Friar’s Inn Orch.
279 When Autumn Leaves Are Falling/I’m As Blue As the
Blue Grass of Kentucky
(Truetone)OK 40576
V+
ELDER RICHARD BRYIANT’s Sanctified Singers
280 Lod, Lord He Sure Is Good to Me/Come Over
Here
OK 8559 V+/V (ecnaps)
BUCKTOWN FIVE (Muggsy)
281 Steady Roll Blues/Mobile Blues
JAZZ COLL (Eng) L23 E+(wol)
CHICK BULLOCK
282 Just Friends/She Didn’t Say “Yes”
BAN 32343
E283 Our Big Love Scene/We’ll Make Hay…
PER 12971
E-/V
EARL BURTNETT’s Biltmore Trio (Male voc trio)
284 Look What You’ve Done to Me/What Do I Care BR 4605
E
JACKIE CAIN & ROY KRAL
285 Banana Split/Pa! Take Me to te Circus CORAL 61178 E+(tiny ecnap)
CALIFORNIA MELODY MEN (Fred Hall Orch./Edison studio band)
286 Lay Me Down in Carolina/Tonite You Belong to Me(w) BELL 442 E
CALIFORNIA RAMBLERS
287 I Want to See my Tennessee/Eliza
APEX 8264
V+
288 She Was Just a Sailor’s Sweetheart/Fallin’ Down APEX 8408
V+
289 Linger Awhile/Rememb’ring
(Flag)CO 49D
V+
290 When I Was the Dandy and You Were the Belle/Back Where
the Daffodils Grow
(Flag)CO 218D
V+
291 Why Couldn’t It Be Poor Little Me?/Where’s My Sweetie
Hiding?
(Flag)CO 278D V+
292 Changes/Mine-All Mine
CO 1275D
E293 Someday You’ll Realize You’re Wrong/B. A. ROLFE Orch:
Singin’ in the Rain
(Thin)ED 14055 V+/E294 Georgie Porgie/GEORGIANS: There’s Something About
a Rose
PER 15014
ECAB CALLOWAY & his Orch.
295 Frisco Flo/The Hi-de-ho Miracle Man
BR 7756
E
296 Nobody’s Sweetheart/Harlem Holiday
MEL 13038
V+
THE CAMPUS OCTETTE
297 Ain’t She Sweet?/MEMPHIS MUSIC MAKERS: Oui, Oui, My
Sweet Marie
(1920’s label)VARIETY 5038 E-/V+
JOE CANDULLO & his Everglades Orch.
298 Tuck in Kentucky & Smile/IMPERIAL D. O. (A. Schubert):
I’d Love to Call You my Sweetheart
BAN 1836
V+
299 That’s my Girl/Scatter Your Smiles (-A)
ED 51836
E/E+
300 Betty/MAYFAIR SERENADERS: Valencia
PER 14625
E-/E
THE CAPITOLIANS (The Georgians)
301 If I Had a Talking Picture/Singin’ in Bathtub MGM 1090-P E-(rcnap)
THE CAPTIVATORS (dir. Red Nichols)
302 Building a Nest for Mary/COPLEY PLAZA DANCE ORCH:
Pagan Love Song (w)
BrCan 4321
E/EHOAGY CARMICHAEL & his Collegians
303 Walking the Dog/BARBECUE JOE & his Hot Dogs (Manone):
Shake that Thing
BrE 02504
E/E+
CAROLINA CLUB ORCH.
304 (Kemp) I Found a Million Dollar Baby/Sing a Little
Jingle
MEL 12177
E
305 (Paul Specht) Sunshine/Afraid of You
PER 14945
EIKE CARPENTER Orch.
306 Dancers in Love/After All
vDISCOVERY 113 E+(sol)
BENNY CARTER & his Orch.
307 Fish Fry/Among my Souvenirs
VO 5458
ECASA LOMA ORCH.
308 Buji/Wild Goose Chase
BR 6588
E/E309 (with Hoagy) Washboard Blues/Little Old Lady DeE F7157
E310 It’s the Talk of the Town/Under a Blanket of Blue VO 4713
E+
311 Love is the Thing/That’s How Rhythm Was Born
VO 4822 E+/E (small tear top of first side label)
BOBBE CASTON (Gal voc. acc. Ted Buckner’s Orch.) (Detroit label)
312 God Bless the Child/Call Me Darling
vSTAFF 602
E
BOB CAUSER & his Cornellians (Red Nichols Orch. first side,
ARC studio band second side)
313 Somebody from Somewhere/Delishious
CROWN(Can) 91258 V+
CELESTIN’S TUXEDO JAZZ BAND
314 High Society/The Saints
vN.O. BANDWAGON 5 E315 Oh Didn’t He Ramble/Li’l Liza Jane vN.O. BANDWAGON 6 E
CHALLENGE DANCE ORCH. (Irwin Abrams’ Orch.)
316 Lucky Day/I Never Knew What the Moonlight
Could Do
CHALLENGE 120
V+
JACK CHAPMAN & his Drake Hotel Orch.
317 Honolulu Blues/David H. SILVERMAN Orch:
Blue Grass Blues
VI 19237
ECHARLESTON CHASERS
318 Someday Sweetheart/After You’ve Gone
CO 861D
E+/E319 Davenport Blues/Wabash Blues
CO 909D
V+
320 Five Pennies/Feeli’ No Pain
CO 1229D
E321 Farewell Blues/My Gal Sal
CO 1539D
E322 Turn on the Heat/What Woldn’t I Do for that Man CO 1989D
V
CHICAGO BLUES DANCE ORCH. (dir. Elmer Schoebel)
323 Blue Grass Blues/House of David Blues
(Flag)CO A3923
E
CHICAGO LOOPERS (Bix & Tram)
324 Three Blind Mice #1/Three Blind Mice #2 HRS MAY 1937
E+
CHOCOLATE DANDIES
325 Goodbye Blues/DORSEY BROS: But I Can’t Make a Man
PaR R882
ETOMMY CHRISTIAN & his Orch.
326 Beedle Um Bo/Heaven Help a Sailor…
HAR 394H
ETHE CLEVELANDERS (Paul Specht)
327 You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me/KARL RADLACH Orch:
Be Careful with those Eyes
PER 15311
V+
CLOVERDALE COUNTRY CLUB ORCH. (Selvin)
328 I’m for You 100%/A Faded Summer Love
OK 41528
E/V+
CLUB DE VINGT ORCH.
329 Rosy Cheeks/3 O’Clock in the Morning(w)
ED 50850
E-/V+
JOLLY COBURN & his Orch.
330 Have You Got Any Castles Baby?/Am I Dreaming?
BB 7081 V+(small label tear first side)
EDDIE COLE’s Solid Swingers (18 year old brother Nat’s first session)
331 Bedtime/Stomping at the Panama
*DE 7215
E/EKING COLE TRIO
332 Pitchin’ Up a Boogie/I’m Lost
EXCELSIOR 104/105 E
ARTHUR COLLINS (on early 1900’s single-sided disc with garish gold
monochromatic embossed label)
333 The Gondolier
LEEDS 406
E
COLLINS & HARLAN
334 Darkie’s Serenade/ARTHUR FIELDS: When Sunday Comes
to Town
CO A1769 E-(label tear second side)
COLUMBIA BAND (single-sided 1904 disc off Columbia and played by
their house band, identified only as “Band”).
335 Ramona
LAKESIDE 70019
ECOLUMBIA PHOTO PLAYERS
336 (Ballew vocs) What Is Life Without Love (TD solo)/To Be
Forgotten (w)
CO 2030D
E
337 The Free & Easy (JD, TD solos)/It Must Be You(w) CO 2149D
V+
338 I’m in the Market for You (BG solo)/My Future Just
Passed
CO 21878D E-/V+
RUSS COLUMBO
339 Let’s Pretend There’s a Moon/Too Beautiful for Words JAY (no#) E
340 Save the Last Dance for Me/All of Me
VI 22903
E+
EDDIE CONDON
341 Home Cooking/The Eel
PaE R2807
E+
342 Indiana/Oh Baby
PaE R2932
E+
ZEZ CONFREY & his Orch.
343 Kitten on the Keys/CLUB ROYAL ORCH: Pick Me Up and
Lay Me Down in Dear Old Dixieland
VI 18900
E
CONNIE’S INN ORCH. (Fletcher Henderson)
344 I’m Crazy ‘Bout my Baby/Singin’ the Blues
BrE 1176
E+
345 Sugar Foot Stomp/Just Blues
BrE 1212
E/E+
LEW CONRAD & his Musketeeers
346 If I Were Only Sure of You/All of a Sudden
ViCan 24026
V+
CONWAY’S BAND
347 Bon Ton One Step/Made in America
VI 17851
ECOON-SANDERS Orch.
348 Mine-All Mine/Is She my Girl Friend?
ViCan 21148 V+/E349 Too Busy!/Down Where the Sun Goes Down VI 21546
E/E+
350 Kansas City Kitty/Tennessee Lazy
ViCan 21939 E-/E
351 Keepin’ Out of Mischief Now/I Know You’re Lying ViCan 22969 V+
THE COTTON PICKERS
352 When Will the Sun Shine for Me/Down by the River BR 2436
V+
353 Mama Goes Where Papa Goes/Walk Jenny Walk BR 2490
V+
354 Stomp Off-Let’s Go/Carolina Stomp BR 2981 V+(rcnap, needle
drop tics 13 grooves first side)
355 What Did I Tell Ya/Fallin’ Down
BR 3001
V/V+
356 (BG, Tea) Railroad Man/(Lanin) St. Louis Blues CAMEO 9048 V+/V
MARK CRANE’s Orch. (Fred Hall)
357 ‘Tain’t No Sin/TOM NILES’ Orch (Tommy Bolin Orch):
You’ve Got that Thing
(U.S.)PARLOPHONE PNY34042 E+
BING CROSBY
358 The Day You Came Along/Beautiful Girl
BAN 33165
V/E359 Out of Nowhere/If You Should Ever Need Me
BR 6090 E(label scratch first side)
360 Starlight/How Long Will It Last?
BR 6259
V+
361 Here Lies Love/How Deep Is the Ocean
BR 6406
V
362 Blue Prelude/Down the Old Ox Road
BR 6601
E363 Shadows of Love/Little Dutch Mill
BR 6794
E+
364 Love In Bloom/Straight from the Shoulder
BR 6936
E365 Baby Oh Where Can U Be/I Kiss Your Hand Mme. CO 1851D E/E+
366 Can’t We Be Friends?/Gay Love
CO 2001D
V
367 Lazy Day/Young and Healthy
CoE DB2027
E+
368 Temptation/Goodight Sweetheart
CoJap M99
V+
369 (& Jascha Heifitz) Lullaby/Where Caravan Has Rested DE 40012 E+
370 Where the Blue of the Night/Home on the Range (white label Decca
souvenir record celebrating production of 20 millionth radio) E/E371 Blue Prelude/We’ll Make Hay While Sun Shines MEL 13128
E372 Thanks/Home on the Range
MEL 13131
E373 Ridin’ Around in the Rain/May I?
MEL 13167
E374 Blue Prelude/We’ll Make High While Sun Shines PER 13035
V
375 Thanks/Home on the Range
PER 13018
E376 Good Night Lovely Little Lady/Shadows of Love PER 13041
E377 After Sundown/Down the Old Ox Road
PER 13042
E/E378 Love in Bloom/I Guess It Had to Be that Way PER 13050
E379 Love thy Neighbor/She Reminds Me of You
PER 13053
V+
380 Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams/A Blues Serenade (shellac dubs with
handwritten white labels of the Bing “blowups”)
E381 Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams/Jimmy Valentine (shellac dubs with
typewritten white labels of Bing “blowups”)
V+
BERNIE CUMMINS & his Biltmore Orch.
382 Little By Little/Every Day Away from You
VI 22088
V+/EFRANK DAILEY & his Orch.
383 Blue Skies(-2)/There’s Everything Nice About You(-1) BELL 485 E
JACK DAVIDSON & his Orch. (Ernie Golden Orch. w/TD solo)
384 Tip-toe Thru the Tulips/CHAMPION DANCE KINGS (Elmer
Grosso Orch): Pretty Little You
CHAMPION 15819
V+
EDDIE DAVIS Orch.
385 Hot Lips(-C)/Lonesome Mama Blues(-B) GREY GULL 1120
V+
TINY DAVIS & her Orch.
386 How About that Jive/Laura
DE 48246
V/E+
DAVY’S BROADWAY SYNCOPATORS (Meyer Davis Orch. both sides)
387 Ho-ho-ho-Hogan/COLLEGIATE DANCE ORCH:
Neapolitan Nights (w)
DUOPHONE(Eng) D4041 V+/ELLOYD DAYTON & his Music (Fred McDougall Orch. w/Jack Purvis)
388 That’s When I Want You Near/THE CLEVELANDERS:
Old Fashioned Girl
PER 15375
E
JOHNNY DE DROIT & his New Orleans Orch.
389 When my Sugar Walks Down the Street/Lucky Kentucky OK 41285 V
VAUGHN DE LEATH
390 Tin Pan Parade/Mr. Aeroplane Man
BrCan 3683
E391 (& Frank Harris) Go Home & Tell your Mother/Just Around the
Corner from an A. & P.
CO 1258D
E-/E
392 Ukulele Lady/Banana Oil
CoE 3720
E
393 Baby your Mother/HENRY BURR: Are You Lonesome
Tonight?
VI 20873
ETHE DIXIE BOYS (California Ramblers)
394 Sweet Man/My Sweetie Turned Me Down CHAMPION 15021
V+
DIXIE DAISIES
395 Papa Blues (-1)/CAMEO DANCE ORCH (Haring):
That Red Head Gal
CAMEO 348
V+
DIXIE JAZZ BAND (Billy James Orch.)
396 Sweet Baby/TED WHITE’s Collegians (Ted Wallace):
Your Mother and Mine
ORIOLE 1628
E
DIXIE RAG PICKERS (Sanella)
397 Good Girl/ASTORIA DANCE PLAYERS: Sleepy
Valley (w)
VAN DYKE 71741 E-/E
THE DIXIE STOMPERS (Henderson)
398 Wang Wang Blues/Wabash Blues
V-T 1407V
V+
DIXIELAND RHYTHM KINGS (Carl Halen)
399 Tiger Rag/Ace in the Hole
vKNICKERBOCKER 1 E/E+
BABY DODDS Trio (Albert Nicholas, Don Ewell)
400 Albert’s Blues/DON EWELL: Manhattan Stomp CIRCLE J1002 E+
JOHNNY DODDS Hot Six
401 Too Tight/Goober Dance
BB 10240
E/EDORSEY BROTHERS’ ORCH.
402 Milenberg Joys/St. Louis Blues (-A)
*DE 119
E-/V+
403 Honeysuckle Rose/Part 2
*DE 296
E404 Sandman/Missouri Misery
*DE 297
E
405 Weary Blues/Dese Dem Dose
*DE 469
E/E406 The Gentleman Obviously Doesn’t Believe/Dipper
Mouth
*DE 561
E-/V+
407 Congratulations (-3)/LOU GOLD: Lonely Me ORIOLE 1828
EJIMMY DORSEY with Spike Hughes & his Three Blind Mice
408 St. Louis Blues/Tiger Rag
DeAus X1300
E+
TOMMY DORSEY
409 Tiger Rag (Tpt specialty)/LOUIS: Ain’t Misbehavin’ PaE R462
E+
410 I Hadn’t Anyone Til You/BUNNY BERIGAN: Azure VI 25848 E/ELOUIS DUMAINE’s Jazzola Eight
411 Franklin Street/Red Onion Drag VI 20580 V+(needle drop tics
lightly 6 gr second side, small label tear second side)
THE DUNCAN SISTERS
412 Rememb’ring/I Never Had a Mammy
VI 19206
E
DEANNA DURBIN (single-sided picture label promo for the 1941
film “Nice Girl”)
413 Love at Last
UNIVERSAL UP-59 E
DUTCH SWING COLLEGE BAND
414 Birthday Blues/Alexander’s Ragtime Band
vRAMPART 13
E
KURT EDELHAGEN All Stars
415 Don’t Blame Me/Taking a Chance on Love
BrG 82797
E+
CLIFF EDWARDS & his Hot Combination
416 I’m Tellin’ the Birds - Tellin’ the Bees How I Love You/
I Never Knew What the Moonlight Could Do PER 116343
E
DAVID EDWARDS & his Boys (BG solo)
417 Just a Crazy Song/CASA LOMA: Casa Loma Stomp OK 41492
E+
WALLY EDWARDS & his Orch.
418 (Russ Morgan Orch) I’m Yours/REX KING (Spitalny):
Night-time Is Love-time
CLARION 5116C E-/E
419 (Ted Wallace) No One But You (-1)/CHESTER LEIGHTON (Fred
Rich): Dream a Little Dream of Me
CLARION 5309C
E
FRED ELIZALDE & his Music (Rollini)
420 Calling Me Home/You Can’t Have my Sugar for Tea BrE 157
V+
421 Arkansas/Sugar Step
BrE 164
E/EEDDIE ELKINS & his Orch. (Chick Bullock vocs)
422 All I Do Is Dream of You/May I?
PER 15931
V+
DUKE ELLINGTON
423 Memories of You/I Can’t Give You Anything but Love *BB 6280 E
424 Hot Feet/Jungle Nights in Harlem
*BB 6335
E-/E
425 Jubilee Stomp/Blue Bubbles
*BB 6415
E+
426 Double Check Stomp/Old Man Blues
*BB 6450
E427 Blues I Love to Sing/Got Everything but You *BB 6531
E+
428 The Duke Steps Out/Haunted Nights
*BB 6727
E+
429 Choo Choo/Rainy Nights vBLUE DISC 5001 E+(lbl tear 2nd side)
430 Raisin’ the Rent/Happy As the Day Is Long
BR 6571
V+
431 Fast & Furious/TOMMY DORSEY: Three Moods BrE 1367 E/E432 Down in Our Alley Blues/CHARLESTON CHASERS:
Delirium
CO 1076D
V+
433 Sophisticated Lady (-2)/Merry-go-round (-3) (these takes not on
U.S. 78)
CoE CB591
E
434 Hop Head/East St. Louis Toodle-oo
CoE 4420
E435 Oklahoma Stomp/Red Hot Band
vHJCA 66
E
436 Hot & Bothered No. 1/Black & Tan No. 1 vJAZZ CLASS 504
E+
437 Double Check Stomp No. 1/Down in Our Alley
Blues
vJAZZ CLASSICS 505 E+
438 Black & Tan…/What Can a Poor Fellow Do (Sm red)OK 40955 V+/E
439 Black & Tan Fantasy/CHARLESTON CHASERS:
Wabash Blues
PaE R2211
E+
440 Clarinet Lament/Merry-go-round
POLYDOR(Fr) 580.012
E/E441 Three Little Words/Ring Dem Bells
ViCan 22528
E442 What Good Am I Without You/Nine Little Miles… ViCan 22586 E
443 Blue Again/BERT LOWN: To Whom It May Concern VI 22603 E
444 Keep a Song in your Soul/The River & Me
VI 22614
V+
445 The Mystery Song/MILLS BLUE RHYTHM: Moanin’ VI 22800 V+
446 Memories of You/Ure Lucky to Me VI 23017 E-(rc 1 gr not in music)
447 Mood Indigo/The Mooche
VI 24486
E
448 Rockin’ in Rhythm/No, Papa, No
VI 26310
E/E+
449 Cotton Club Stomp/Arabian Lover
VI V38079 V/E-(star crack under label second side)
450 Double Check Stomp/Jazz Lips VI V38129 E-(sm label tear 2nd side)
FRANK ELLIS & his St. Francis Hotel Orch.
451 Persian Rug/Midnight Moonlight (w)
CO 964D
V+
SEGER ELLIS
452 Broken Hearted/Kiss and Make Up CO 1130D
E-(1” long ecnap)
453 Voice of the Southland/Without You Sweetheart CO 1374D
E+/E
454 (P solo) Sentimental Blues/LOUIS: I Can’t Give You Anything
But Love
PaE R753
E+
EMBASSY DANCE ORCH.
455 Heartaches/SAN REMO RUMBA ORCH:
The Peanut Vendor
CROWN 3044 E-/V+
NICK ESPOSITO & his Orch. (Bennie Green, Flip Phillips et al)
456 Empty Ballroom Blues/Love Is Just Around Corner MER 89010 E/EDOC EVANS
457 Tishomingo Blues/Royal Garden Blues
JOCO 112
ECARL FENTON’s Orch.
458 I Want to Be Happy/No No Nanette Medley
BR 2640
V+
459 That’s When I Learned to Love/NEW YORKERS (also Fenton):
If I Were King
QRS Q1037
E/EJERRY FENWYCK & his Orch. (BG present, 1st side)
460 A Faded Summer Love/Lied
HAR 1384H
E+
MILDRED FERNANDEZ (Lillyn Brown)
461 The Jazz Me Blues/LEONARD GRAHAM & his Jazz Band (Noble
Sissle): In Honeysuckle Time
REGAL 9102
V+
ARTHUR FIELDS
462 Ragging the Chopsticks/PREMIER QUARTET:
Breeze (Blow my Baby Back to Me)
ED 50584
E463 Oh How I Miss You Tonight/Farewell EVERYBODYS 1044
E-FINSZEL’S ARCADIA ORCH. of DETROIT
464 Barney Google/Nothing But
OK 4861
V
TED FIO RITO & his Orch.
465 With EveryBreath I Take/June in January
BR 7327
E+/V+
ELLA FITZGERALD
466 My Bonnie Lioes over the Ocean/Trying
DE 28375
E
467 A Satisfied Mind/Soldier Boy
DE 29648
E468 But Not Like Mine/The Impatient Years
DE 29665
E+/E
469 Goody Goody/A Tisket A Tasket
VERVE V10079
E+
FIVE BIRMINGHAM BABIES (Rollini)
470 Hard Hearted Hannah/GOLDEN GATE ORCH (Cal. Ramblers):
Charley My Boy
PER 14311
V+
JAY C. FLIPPEN & his Gang
471 Hello Bluebird/If I Didn’t Know your Husband… PER 12308
EART FOWLER (Voc and piano or uke)
472 Crazy Words-Crazy Tune/No Wonder She’s a Blushing
Bride
PATHE 32238
V+/EPANAMA FRANCIS & his Orch. (Jonah Jones, Hilton Jefferson et al)
473 Stompin’ with Panama/Darling Make Up your Mind GOTHAM 178 E+
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Hotel Orch.
474 (Smith Ballew Orch.) Love Is a Dreamer/(Lou Gold Orch):
Lovable and Sweet
PER 15213
V+
BUD FREEMAN Trio (Stacy & Wettling)
475 Three Little Words/Swingin’ without Mezz
COM 514
E+
FRIAR’S SOCIETY ORCH. (N.O.R.K.)
476 Bugle Call Blues/HUSK O’HARE: San
BrE 02213
E+
FRANK FROEBA & his Orch. (Hackett)
477 Who/Goblins in the Steeple
*DE 1545
E-/E
CHARLES FRY & his Million Dollar Pier Orch.
478 Sorry for Me/Look What You’ve Done
VI 21496
E+
CHARLES FULCHER & his Orch.
479 Hey! Hey!THELMA TERRY & her Play Boys: Mama’s Gone,
Goodbye
CO 1706D V+/V(label tears second side)
EARL FULLER’s Famous Jazz Band (Harry Raderman, Ted Lewis)
480 Jazz De Luxe/Jazzbo Jazz
(9”)EMERSON 952
V
JAN GARBER & his Orch.
481 Stringi’ Along on a Shoestring/Blue Roses
VI 24361
E-/V+
CARL GAY’s Orch. (Dixie Daisies)
482 Saint Louis Gal/TREMONT DANCE ORCH (Varsity Eight):
Last Night on the Back Porch
MUSE 353
V+
GEORGIA MELODIANS
483 Red Hot Mama(-C)/Charley My Boy(-C)
ED 51394
E
484 Everybody Loves my Baby(-B)/BROADWAY D. O. (Vincent Lopez):
I Wonder What’s Become of Sally(-B)
ED 51419 E(ecnap)
485 Charleston Ball(-B)/Soanish Shawl(-A)
ED 51678 E(edge tear second side label)
486 Blue Skies/RED DANDIES (Willie Creager):
Yankee Rose
MICROPHONE(Can) 22555
V+
THE GEORGIANS
487 Spring Is Here/Horses
CO 634D
V+
GENE GIFFORD & his Orch.
488 New Orleans Twist/Nothin’ But the Blues VI 25041 E-/E(ecnap)
EMERSON GILL & his Orch.
489 I’ve Got Five Dollars/We’ll Be the Same
CO 2416D
E+
490 On Saturday Night/Mobile Blues
OK 40065
V+/E491 Weary. Single-sided vinyl pressed by Columbia and produced in
conjunction with a memorial tribute to Pinky Hunter, Gill’s vocalist
on this 1926 recording off Okeh. Has Pinky Hunter picture label. E+
LOU GOLD & his Orch.
492 The Little White House/I Can’t Get Over a Girl Like
You
HAR 271H E(small label tear first side)
493 Buy, Buy for Baby/A Precious Little Thing Called
Love
PURITONE 1037-S E
GOLDEN GATE ORCH. (California Ramblers unless otherwise noted)
494 One Sweet Kiss/LLOYD KEATING (Selvin): You’re the One
I Care For
CLARION 5192C
E495 Manhattan(-B)/Oh Say Can I See You Tonight(-C) ED 51590
E+
496 Sweet Man(-C)/Brown Eyes Why Are You Blue(-C) ED 51622
E
497 Freshie(-A)/IRWIN ABRAMS: The Co-ed(-A)
ED 51633 V+/E498 Don’t Wait Too Long(-A)/TENNESEE HAPPY BOYS:
Smile a Little Bit(-B)
ED 51664 E-/V+
499 After I Say I’m Sorry(-A)/Here Comes Malinda(-A) ED 51725
E+
500 I Wonder What’s Become of Joe(-A)/JACK STILLMAN’s Orch:
Valentine
ED 51768 E+(rc 4 gr first side not in music)
501 Looking at the World(-C)/B. A. ROLFE Orch: Ain’t We Carryin’
On
ED 51814
E/E502 (Clover D. O.) Yearning/Easy to Please
EVERYBODYS 1038 E503 All Alone on my Own/JERRY FENWYCK: Two Hearts (w)
HAR 1300H
E+/E
504 It Had to Be You/D. ONIVAS: Your Dear Lips PATHE 036079 V+
505 Sing a Little Song/Too Tired
PER 14318
V+
506 Show Me the Way to Go Home/JACK STILLMAN’s Orioles
Give Me
PER 14488
V+/E507 Euccbia/LANIN: I’m Sitting on To of the World PER 14523
V+
508 The Blue Room/BRILLHARDT ORCH: The Girl
Friend
PER 14611
V+
509 Among my Souvenirs/WILLARD ROBISON Orch:
Go Home and Tell Your Mother
PER 14895
E
510 Doin’ the New Low-down/SAM LANIN: You Took
Advantage of Me
PER 15009
V
511 Sing a Little Song/Too Tired
SILVERTONE 1275 E-(sol)
ERNIE GOLDEN & his Orch.
512 Mean to Me/Till We Meet
GENNETT 6802
E
JEAN GOLDKETTE & his Orch.
513 Dinah/After I Say I’m Sorry
VI 19947
E514 Gimme a Little Kiss/Lonesome & Sorry
VI 20031
E
515 Roses/TED WEEMS: Love Bound
VI 20033
E
516 Just One More Kiss/ART LANDRY: Song of the
Wanderer
VI 20300 E-(tear at top of first side label)
517 Four Leaf Clover/R.W. KAHN: Yankee Rose
VI 20466
E
518 Look at the World & Sm ile/GEORGE OLSEN:
Somebody Else
VI 20472
E-/E
519 A Lane in Spain/B.F. GOODRICH: If All the Stars… VI 20491
E
520 Slow River/NAT SHILKRET: Zulu Wail
VI 20926
E+
521 Blue River/J. RENARD: Morning Glories Wake Up VI 20981 E-/E
JEAN GOLDKETTE (Cont’d)
522 Painting the Clouds/Tip-toe thru the Tulips
VI 22027
E
BENNY GOODMAN
523 Someday Sweetheart/Who?
BB 10463
E
524 Ain’t Cha Glad?/I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues CoE FB2822
E+
525 Georgia Jubilee/Emaline
JAY 10
E+
TEDDY GRACE (Tea, Billy Kyle)
526 Monday Morning/Down Hearted Blues
DE 2128
V+/ESTEPHANE GRAPPELLY
527 Dinah/Jive Bomber
DeE F7865
E
528 I Never Knew/Body and Soul
DeE F8128
E+/E
MIKE GRAVELLE’s Orch. (Joe Candullo Orch.)
529 Brown Sugar/NIGHT HAWKS (Lanin): Sunday ROMEO 286
V+
GLEN GRAY Casa Loma Orch.
530 Milenberg Joys/Out of Space
BR 6922
V+
531 Jungle Fever/I Never Slept a Wink Last Night BR 6932
E532 Corrine Corrina/San Sue Strut
BR 7427
E533 Cotton/Chant of the Jungle
*DE 463
E534 Nagasaki/Stompin’ Around
*DE 813
EJIMMY GREEN & his Californians (Smith Ballew Orch.)
535 Here Comes the Sun/Body & Soul
BROADWAY 1414 E/EDAN GREGORY & his Orch.
536 Sun Kist Rose/BROADWAY MUSIC MASTERS (Jos. Samuels):
Sittin’ in a Corner
RADIEX 1186
V+
JIMMIE GRIER & his Orch.
537 I Love You I Think/Lovely Little You
BR 7519
E+
GULF COAST SEVEN
538 Fade Away Blues/Daybreak Blues
CO A3916 V+(1” long ecnap)
JOE GUMIN & his Orch.
539 I’ll Think of You/Jingle Bells
CO 2571D
E/V+
EDMOND HALL
540 It’s Been So Long/I Can’t Believe…
BN 511
E
541 The Man I Love/Coquette
COM 550
E+
HARRY HALSTEAD & his Orch.
542 Give Me Today/The Roses Brought Me You
VI 20061
E/E+
CHAS. W. HAMP (“California Blue Boy”)
543 The Wobbly Walk/We Love It
OK 41036
E-/E
ANNETTE HANSHAW
544 Lover Come Back to Me/You Woldn’t Fool Me Would
You?
CO 1769D E-(label stain first side)
545 We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye/Love Me
Tonight
PANACHORD(Eng) 23270 E-/V+
546 Mean to Me/Precious Little Thing Called Love V-T 1859V
E547 If I Had a Talking Picture/Aren’t We All?
V-T 2066V
V
HARMONY TRIO (Sanella both side)
548 My Blue Heaven/THREE STAR TRIO: Let Us Love
Over Again (w)
MADISON 1628 V/V+(ecnap)
MARION HARRIS
549 After You’ve Gone/HENRY BURR: I’m Glad I Can Make
You Cry
VI 18509
E550 Take Me to the Land of Jazz/BILLY MURRAY & ED SMALLE:
I Ain’t ‘en Got ‘en No Time to Have the Blues VI 18593
E-/V+
COLEMAN HAWKINS
551 Yeserdays/Bu-dee-daht
APOLLO 752
E
EDGAR HAYES & his Orch.
552 Star Dust/In the Mood
DE 1882
E/EJ. C. HEARD & his Café Society Orch.
553 Bouncing for Barney/Azure
CONTINENTAL C6027
V+
FLETCHER HENDERSON
554 Wild Party/NOBLE SISSLE (Bechet): Polka Dot Rag BrE 02511 E
555 Jackass Blues/The Stampede
CO 654D V+(label scrs first side)
556 Shanghai Shuffle/Memphis Blues
DE 158
E
557 Wild Party/Rug Cutter’s Swing
*DE 342
V+/E
558 Hotter than ‘ell/COUNT BASIE: John’s Idea
DE 3518
E
559 Jim Town Blues/You Can Depend on Me
HMV B8647
E+
560 Where There’s You There’s Me/Do You or Don’t You
Love Me
HMV B8654
E
561 You Rascal You/Tiger Rag
VARSITY 6016 V+/E562 Blue Lou/Christopher Columbus
VO 3211
E-/V+
563 Stealin’ Apples/Big Chief De Sota
VO 3213
E/V+
564 Rose Room/Back in your Own Backyard (Blue)VO 3511
E+
565 If It’s the Last Thing I Do/You’re in Love with Love VO 3850 V+/E
566 Moten Stomp/Don’t Let the Rhythm Go to your Head VO 4180 E+
567 The Gouge of Armour Ave./Hard Hearted Hannah VO 14859
E568 Words (mx.13926)/Copenhagen (mx.13928)
VO 14926
V+
ROSA HENDERSON (moderate label scratches)
569 I’m Broke Fooling with You/Good Woman’s Blues VI 19084
EDONALD HEYWOOD (P solos by the “I’m Coming Virginia” composer)
570 Autumn Leaves/Operatic Dream
BLACK SWAN 60004 E
TEDDY HILL & his Orch.
571 Here Comes Cookie/Got Me Doin’ Things
PER 16093
V/V+
EARL HINES
572 Bubbling Over/I Want a Lot of Love
BR 6710
E-/V+
573 Julia/Blue
BR 6872
E
574 Panther Rag/Stowaway
(Red)HRS 20
E+
575 A Monday Date/Off Time Blues
(Brown)HRS 1009
E
ART HODES
576 Chimes Blues/Organ Grinder Blues
JAZZ RECORD 1006 E/E577 Ross Tavern Boogie/South Side Shuffle
SOLO ART 12007
V
JOHNNY HODGES
578 Dream Blues/I Know What You Do
vBLUE ACE 250
E
AL HOPKINS & his Buckle Busters
579 Kitty Waltz/Gov. Alf Taylor’s Fox Chase (Lightning)BR 106
EHOTEL BOSSERT ORCH. (Freddy Martin Orch.)
580 Shadow Waltz/Adorable (w)
MEL 12697
V+
581 I’ve Got to Pass your House/Gypsy Fiddles MEL(Can) 91572 V+
BOB HOWARD & his Orch.
582 Give Me a Break Baby/Funny What a Kiss Can Do *DE 627
E
583 Best Things Happen at Night/Let’s Not Fall in Love *DE 839
E
584 Sing Baby Sing/Bojangles of Harlem
*DE 917
E
585 Swingin’ on the Moon(-B)/Mendel’s Son’s Swing Song *DE 927 E
586 You’re Precious to Me/Fan my Brow
*DE 1293
EPHIL HUGHES & his High Hatters (BG clt lead first side)
587 Can’t Get Miss. off my Mind/Sweet & Lovely CLARION 5376C V+
PEE WEE HUNT
588 After You’ve Gone/Sunny Side of the Street
FM 389
E
ALBERTA HUNTER acc. Fats Waller, organ
589 Beale St. Blues/Sugar
BILTMORE 1020
E+
IVORY JOE HUNTER
590 Blues at Sunrise/You Taught Me to Love
vDOT 1036
V+
HUTCHENS BROS. (“Old Time Singin’”)
591 Sweet Adeline at the Still/Old Kentucky Dew CHAMPION 15944 V+
INTERNATIONAL SWEETHEARTS OF RHYTHM
592 Jump Children/Slightly Frantic
GUILD 141
E
IPANA TROUBADOURS
593 I Know that You Know/Sweeter than You
CO 829D
E/E594 Mississippi/A Precious Little Thing Called Love CO 1717D
E595 Promises (Tea solo)/Sing
CO 2220D
V+
VIC IRWIN & his Orch.
596 Somebody Loves You/Tired
PER 15579 V/V+(label fade)
CHUBBY JACKSON & his Orch.
597 Father Knickerbopper/Godchild
CO 38451
E598 Tiny’s Blues/All Wrong
CO 38623
E/E+
ILLINOIS JACQUET & his All Stars
599 What’s This/Wondering & Thinking of You
APOLLO 758
E
JAZZOPATORS (Grey Gull studio band both sides)
600 If You Believed in Me/SYNCOPATORS: You & I
SUPREME 1758 V
JAMES P. JOHNSON (Piano solos)
601 Bleeding Hearted Blues/You Can’t Do What my Last
Man Did
VI 19123 E-(label scratches)
SMILIN’ TUBBY JOHNSON
602 Little Brown Jug/DAVID MILLER: Don’t Forget Me Little
Darling
CHAMPION 15298
V+
BLIND WILLIE JOHNSON
603 I’m Gonna Run to the City of Refuge/Jesus Is Coming
Soon
CO 14391D
VJOLLY JIVERS (Walter Roland)
604 Hungry Man’s Scuffle/Piano Stomp
vCREOLE 24
EAL JOLSON
605 I’m Goin’ South/California Here I Come
BR 2569
E
606 All Alone/I’m Gonna Tramp, Tramp, Tramp BR 2743 V+/E-(ecnap)
HANK JONES
607 Night Music/JEAN GERMAIN: The Chase
vDIAL 1037
EISHAM JONES’ Orch.
608 Sahara Rose/Jean
BR 5012
E/V+
609 Blue Prelude/Just Born to Be Lonesome
ViCan 24298
V+
MAGGIE JONES acc. Henderson’s Hot Six
610 Cheatin’ on Me/Mamma
(Flag)CO 14074D V+/V
JIMMY JOY’s St. Anthony Hotel Orch.
611 Rivrboat Shuffle/Memphis Bound
OK 40388
VTHE JUNGLE BAND (Duke)
612 When You’re Smiling/Sweet Mama
BR 4760
V+/V
ROGER WOLFE KAHN & his Orch.
613 One Summer Night/South Wind
VI 20645
E
614 Where the Wild Flowers Go/Calling
VI 20717
E/E+
615 Let a Smile Be your Umbrella/THE TROUBADOURS:
The ManI Love
VI 21233
E
HELEN KANE
616 He’s So Unusual/I’d Do Anything for You
VI 22080
V+
GENE KARDOS & his Orch.
617 Bashful Bull-Frog/It’s Love of Course CONTINENTAL C3002 E+/E
618 Lovin’ Sam/Marie
MEL 7-05-29
E+
IRVING KAUFMAN
619 That Wonderful Something Is Love/RODMAN LEWIS:
A Little Kiss Each Morning
CONQ 7478
EWHITEY KAUFMAN & his Orch.
620 Deep River Blues/Tiny Town
VI 20125
E
LLOYD KEATING & his Music
621 The Language of Love/HOTEL PENNSYLVANIA MUSIC:
The Kiss Waltz
CLARION 5082C
E622 Alone in a Corner/I Don’t Want Love
CLARION 5374C
V+
HAL KEMP
623 When my Dreams Come True/To Be in Love BR 4388
E-/E
624 Ho Hum!/Moonlight Saving Time
BrCan 6108
E
625 Hell’s Bells/The Organ Grinder
BR 6436
V+/E626 Hiawatha’s Lullaby/In a Little Second Hand Store BR 6568
E
627 Hold my Hand/Six Women
BR 6857
E628 Strange/It’s All Forgotten Now
BR 6974
E629 In a Blue & Pensive Mood/I Woke Up too Soon BR 7351
E630 Square Dance/I See Two Lovers
BR 7357
E
631 Jazz Me Blues/Dodging a Divorcee
BR 7458
E
632 I Was Saying to the Moon/On a Typical Tropical Night BR 7766 E+
633 Whispers in Dark/Stop You’re Beaking my Heart VI 255989
E/E634 Moon Got in my Eyes/It’s Natural Thing to Do VI 25624
E
635 Pursuin’ the Blues/Got a Date with an Angel
VO 4652
E+
HERMAN KENIN’s Multnomah Hotel Orch.
636 Rose Room/Rose of Monterey
VI 21314
ELEW KESLER (Piano solos on 1949 picture label)
637 Taking A Chance on Love + Love Me Tomorrow/Cabin in the
Sky + Do What You Wnna Do
vCORONET 3505 E+(wol)
TEMPO KING & his Kings of Tempo
638 Bojangles of Harlem/Organ Grinder’s Swing
*BB 6533
V+/V
639 Sweet Adeline/We Can Huddle at Home
*BB 6563
V+/E640 To Mary with Love/Thru the Courtesy of Love BB(Csn)6637
E641 Swing High, Swing Low/Floating on a Bubble *BB 6780
V+
642 That’s the Way It Goes/I Got a Notion
VO 4156
E+
RALPH KIRBERY & his Orch.
643 Between the Devil & the Deep Blue Sea + Happy-Go-Lucky You
& Broken Hearted Me
HOW E-3-4
EJOHN KIRBY & his Orch.
644 Nocturne/Front and Center
VO 5520
E/EANDY KIRK & his Clouds of Joy
645 Until Real Thing Comes Along/Walkin’ & Swingin’ *DE 809
E646 Ghost of Love/Jump Jack Jump
DE 2226
E/E647 I’ll Never Fail You/Close to Five
DE 2407
E+/E
648 Wham/Love Is the Thing
DE 2962
E/E+
649 Fine & Mellow/Fifteen Minute Intermisson
DE 3282
E
650 Scratchin’ in the Gravel/Take Those Blues Away DE 3293
E+
651 Now I Lay Me Down to Dream/What’s Your Story,
Morning Glory
DE 3306
E/E+
652 No Greater Love/Midnight Stroll
DE 3350
E+
653 If I Feel this Way Tomorrow/Or Have I
DE 3582
V+/E
654 Hip Hip Hooray/Take It and Git
DE 4366
E+
655 Unlucky Blues/Ride On, Ride On
DE 4436
E
ED KIRKEBY & his Orch.
656 (Goofus Five Orch) Mama’s Grown Young, Papa’s Grown
Old/Right or Wrong
ODEON(Gere) O-7935
E
657 Concentratin’/When I Wore my Daddy’s Brown Derby PER 15544 EJOSEPH KNECHT’s Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orch.
658 Ain’t We Got Fun/BILTMORE HOTEL ORCH:
Mon Homme
MEDALLION 8312 E+(label scratch)
THE KNICKERBOCKERS (Selvin)
659 Blue Skies/CAVALIERS: Tonight You Belong to Me(w) CO 860D E
LADD’S BLACK ACES
660 Brother Low Down/I’ve Got to Have my Daddy GENNETT 4806 V+
SIR LANCELOT with Gerald Clark’s Caribbean Serenaders
661 Ugly Woman/A Night in Central Park
vMER 1086 E-(sol)
LANE’S DANCE ORCH. (Arthur Lange’s Orch.)
662 If You Do-What You Do/Someone Loves You
After All
LINCOLN 2150
EEDDIE LANG
663 Picking My Way (issued mx. B11134-A) vCO TEST (Visually an
“E”, has surface noise comparable to a “V”)
664 Eddie’s Twister/April Kisses
PaE R3338
V+
SAM LANIN Orch.
665 If I Had You/GLANTZ: In Light of my Baby’s Eyes BAN 6287 V+
666 Say It with a Ukulele/ROSELAND DANCE ORCH (also Lanin):
Hula Lu (-2)
BROADWAY 11340 V/V+
667 Someday Sweetheart/SOCIETY NIGHT CLUB ORCH:
Charmaine (w)
CAMEO 1212
V+
668 Ain’t We Got Fun/KNECHT’s Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orch:
Cherie
CONNORIZED 3004 V(ecnap)
669 A Shady Tree/VIRGINIA CREEPERS: Dream
Kisses
PATHE 36696 V/V+
670 The Sheik/RUDY WIEDOEFT’s Californians:
When Buddha Smiles
REGAL 9150
E
671 I’m in Seventh Heaven/Used to You
SUPERTONE 9458 E-/E
672 Happy Days are Here Again/Danger in your Eyes
“
9615
V
BARBARA LEA
673 Any Place I Hang my Hat Is Home/I’ll Bet You
a Kiss
vCADILLAC 149 EBERNIE LEIGHTON (Piano solo)
674 Bewitched/ART GENTRY & JANIE FORD: If We Could Be
A-l-o-n-e
HI-TONE 291 E-/E
CHESTER LEIGHTON & his Sophomores
675 (Fred Rich) Wasting my Love on You (TD solo)/HOTEL PENNA.
MUSIC (Spitalny): My Baby Just Cares for Me V-T 2220V
V+
676 (BG solos both sides) Without that Gal!/On the Beach
with You
V-T 2415V
ELEVEE LOUNGERS (Willard Robison Orch.)
677 My Melancholy Baby/Lovely Little Silhouette
PER 14926
E678 Someone to Admire/GOLDEN GATE ORCH (Cal. Ramblers):
Right or Wrong
PER 15018
V+
MEADE LUX LEWIS (Piano solos)
679 Honky Tonk Train Blues/Whistlin’ Blues
VI 25541
E+/E
TED LEWIS & his Band (*Silver picture abel)
680 Dallas Blues/Royal Garden Blues
vBRS 1009
E+
681 New St. Louis Blues/My Mamma’s in Town
*CO 697D
E682 Tiger Rag/Blues
CO 770D
V+
683 Good Night(w)/Sweetheart of Sigma Chi(w)
*CO 1296D
V+
684 Lewisada Blues/I Love You
*CO 1916D
E
685 Dinah/The Lonesome Road
*CO 2181D
V/V+
686 Laughing at Life/Homemade Sunshine
*CO 2311D
V+
687 At Last I’m Happy/Truly I Love You
*CO 2408D
ELARRY LIGGETT
688 The Turtle/My Wild Irish Rose
CHESS 1594
ETHE LITTLE RAMBLERS
689 Music Goes Round & Round/I’m Shooting High BB(Can) 6220
ELITTLE RAMBLERS (Cont’d)
690 Cross Words Between Sweetie & Me/Don’t Bring
Lulu
CO 346D
E-/V+
691 A Little Bit Independent/A. FERDINANDO Orch: I’ve Got a
Feelin’ You’re Foolin’ MONT-WARD 4997 V+(label tear first side)
LOFNER-HARRIS St. Francis Hotel Orch.
692 I’ve Got the Ritz/I’m Sorry Dear
VI 22830
EGUY LOMBARDO & his Royal Canadians
693 Sweethearts on Parade/That’s How I Feel About You CO 1628D E694 Baby!/Please Let Me Dream in your Arms
CO 1721D
V+
695 There’s Danger in your Eyes Cherie/With You CO 2107 E-(rcnap)
696 The Love Bug Will Bite You/Dreamy Eyes
VI 25548
E
VINCENT LOPEZ & his Orch.
697 Everybody Step/RUDY WIEDOEFT’s Californians:
Wabash Blues
ACTUELLE 020656 E-/V+
698 Ty-tee/GLANTZ: Stars
BAN 1025
E699 Parade of Wooden Soldiers/ERNEST L. STEVENS Trio:
All Over Nothing at All
ED 50987
E
700 If I Had a Talking Picture/LOUISVILLE MASTER PLAYERS
Dreaming of You
VAN DYKE 71785 E-/E
LOUISIANA COLLEGIANS (Spitalny)
701 It Ain’t No Fault of Mine/RUMBA ORCH (Reser):
The Peanut Vendor
CLARION 5213C
V+
LOUISIANA RHYTHM KINGS (Nichols, Tea et al)
702 Basin St. Blues/Last Cent
BrE 02506 E+(tiny ecnap)
LOUISIANA SUGAR BABES (Jabbo, James P., Fats)
703 Persian Rug/Thou Swell
VI 21346
E
704 Willow Tree/’Sippi
VI 21348
E/EBERT LOWN & his Hotel Biltmore Orch.
705 You’re the One I Care For/Crying Myself to Sleep (Rollini solo)
VI 22583
E/E706 June Time Is Love Time/TROUBADOURS: How the Time
Can Fly
VI 22740
EED LOYD & his Orch (Ballew vocs)
707 Waiting at the End of the Road/Lovalble & Sweet OK 41294
V
CLYDE LUCAS & his California Dons
708 So Many Memories/Gardenias & Kisses
VARIETY 632
ENICK LUCAS (Guitar solos w/piano)
709 Pickin’ the Guitar/Teasing the Frets
BR 2536
EJIMMIE LUNCEFORD & his Orch.
710 White Heat/Jazznocracy
*BB 5713
E
711 Here Goes/Breakfast Ball
*BB 6133
E
ART LUND
712 But Beautiful/Love Is So Terrific
MGM 10126
E+
713 On a Slow Boat to China/By the Way
(DJ)vMGM 10269
E+
ABE LYMAN’s California Orch.
714 Mighty Blues/That’s All There Is
BR 2934
E715 Let’s Talk About my Sweetie/Tenderly
BR 3070
V+/E
AL LYNN’s Music Masters
716 Indian Butterfly(-B)/What Makes my Baby Cry(-C) ED 51952
E
“RED” MACK & his All Stars (Lloyd Glenn, p)
717 Hit the Jive, Jack/Gimme Some Skin
GOLD SEAL 001 E
ENRIC MADRIGUERA & his Orch. (Picture disc)
718 A Man, a Moon & a Maid/Cuban Yodelin’ Man VOGUE R779
E
MAJESTIC DANCE ORCH (Glantz)
719 Loose Feet/Running Wild
DAVEGA 5072
EWINGY MANONE
720 Sing Me a Swing Song/Hesitation Blues
*BB 6394
E-/V+
721 Up the Country/Big Butter & Egg Man
BrE 03520
E/E722 Beale St. Blues/South with the Boarder
HMV B9155
E+
MARKELS’ ORCHESTRA
723 Precious/Baby Face
ED 51800
E+
SARA MARTIN
724 Goin’ Down to the Levee/Where Can that Somebody Be OK 4904 V
725 (acc Fats) You Got Everything a Sweet Mama Needs/Tain’t Nobody’s
Bus’ness If I Do OK 8043 V-/V(needle drop tics 9 gr second side)
726 (Tom Morris, Bechet) Atlanta Blues/Blind Man Blues OK 8090
G
727 (Morris, Bechet) Graveyard Dream/A Green Gal… OK 8099 V-/V
JOHNNY MARVIN (BG solo first side)
728 Angel/Sweetheart o’ Mine
VI 21376
V+
FRANKIE MASTERS & his Orch.
729 Bungalow of Dreams/I’m Walkin’ on Air
VI 21102
ETHE MELODY MAKERS (Bill Wirges’ Orch., not on U.S. 78)
730 King for a Day/Last Night I Dreamed You Kissed
Me
DUOPHONE(Eng) D4011 EMEMPHIS NIGHT HAWKS (Darnell Howard)
731 Wildman Stomp/Sweet Feet
vHJCA 73
E
VIC MEYERS’ Music
732 Beside an Open Fireplace/If I’m Dreaming(w) CO 2049D
E+
MEZZ MEZZROW & his Swing Band
733 I’se a-Muggin’/Part 2
*BB 6321 E-/E(label scr first side)
CLYDE McCOY & his Orch. (Blue wax, black label)
734 Readin’, Ritin’, Rhythm/Sugar Blues
CO 2389D E-/V(needle runs on second side label)
RED McKENZIE & his Rhythm Kings
735 I Don’t Know your Name/Don’t Count your Kisses *DE 721 V/V+
McKENZIE & CONDON’s Chicagoans
736 Sugar/Liza
PaE R2379
E
McKINNEY’S COTTON PICKERS
737 Four or Five Times/CLIFFORD HAYES’ Louisville Stompers:
Blue Harmony
VI 21583
V/V+
738 Milenberg Joys/Shim-me-sha-wabble
VI 21611
E/E+
739 Cherry(-3)/Some Sweet Day
VI 21730 E/E-(label scrs)
McKINNEY’S COTTON PICKERS (Cont’d)
740 It’s a Lonesome Old Town/She’s my Secret Passion VI 22628
V+
741 Do You Believe in Love at Sight?/Wrap your Troubles in
Dreams
VI 22811
E
742 Okay, Baby/I Want a Little Girl
VI 23000
E-/E
743 To Whom It May Concern/Come a Little Closer VI 23035
V/V+
CLAYTON McMICHEN (Fiddle solos)
744 St. Louis Blues/Fiddlin’ Medley
CO 15190D V(ecnap)
CARMEN McRAE
745 Love Is Here to Stay/This Will Make You Laugh DE 29675
E/E+
746 Come On, Come In/The Next Time It Happens DE 29749
E+
MIAMI MELODISTS (Lou Gold)
747 Since I Found You/VIRGINIA CREEPERS:
Blame It on the Waltz
SUPERTONE 36588 V+
MIAMI ROYAL PALM ORCH. (Willard Robison Orch.) (Teagarden
present, but no solo)
748 So Tired/HARRY SALTER: Was It a Dream?(w) CAMEO 8181 V+
MIDWAY DANCE ORCH. (dir. Elmer Schoebel)
749 Buddy’s Habits/Cotton Pickers’ Ball
(Flag)CO 51D
EJACK MILLER (Voc with orch.)
750 A Little Kiss Each Morning/Love Made a Gypsy
Out of Me
PUBLIX 1067-P
EPUNCH MILLER & his Orch.
751 There’s a Small Hotel/Shine
CENTURY 4005 E/E752 Some of these Days/Exactly Like You
CENTURY 4006
E
753 Cool Kinda Papa/Weary Blues
CENTURY 4019
E+
MILLS BROS. (with Duke Ellington Orch. first side)
754 Diga Diga Do/I Can’t Give You Anything But Love BR 6519
EIRVING MILLS & his Hotsy Totsy Gang
755 Stardust/JOE RINES: Melancholy
BR 4587
E-/V+
MISSOURI JAZZ BAND
756 Do-Do-Do/Clap Yo’ Hands
BAN 1888
E757 (Fletcher Henderson Orch) Then I’ll Be Happy(-2)/ROY COLLINS
Dance Orch: Who Loves You Now
ORIOLE 528 V+
MIFF MOLE’s Molers
758 Yoou’re the Cream in my Coffee/Wild Oat Joe OK 41153
E759 Davenport Blues/Hurricane
PaE R3362
E
SAM MORGAN’s Jazz Band
760 Bogalusa Strut/Short Dress Gal
vJAZZ CLASSICS 520
E+
761 Steppin’ on the Gas/Mobile Stomp
vJAZZ CLASSICS 521
E
MEL MORRIS & his Piccadilly Players
762 In the Hush of the Night/Tip-toe thru the
Tulips(-C)
(Thin)ED 14056
E
LEE MORSE & her Blue Grass Boys (Dorseys, Rollini)
763 ‘Tain’t No Sin/I’m Following You
CO 2136D
V+
JELLY ROLL MORTON
764 Tia Juana/Mamamita
vBILTMORE 1003 E+(wol)
765 Shreveport/Shoe Shiner’s Drag
*BB 5707
E+
766 Big Fat Ham/Muddy Water Blues
CENTURY 3004
E
767 Panama/Sweet Substitute
GEN TAV TUNES 1703
E
768 The Pearls/SOL WAGNER Orch: Dream Daddy
GENNETT 5323 V+(1” inaud. hc repaired at rim; needle drop
tics 6 gr first side)
769 My Little Dixie Home/That’s Like It Ought to Be HJCA 15
E-/E
770 Shreveport Stomp/Stratford Hunch
vHJCA 64
E+
771 Wild Man Blues/Jungle Blues
vJAZZ CLASSICS 506
E+
772 (& Volly DeFaut) Wolverine Blues/My Gal
REISSUE 8
E+/E
773 Oil Well/If Someone Would Only Love Me vTEMPLE 525
E+
774 Wolverine Blues/Mr. Jelly Lord vTRAD JAZZ RECORDS 594
E+
775 Doctor Jazz Stomp/DIXIELAND JUG BLOWERS:
Memphis Shake
VI 20415 V+(small label tear both sides)
776 Shreveport/Shoe Shiner’s Drag
VI 21658
V+/EABE MOST & his Octet
777 La Traviatoe/Pet Rill-o
SUPERIOR 116 E
BENNIE MOTEN’s Kansas City Orch.
778 Moten’s Swing/Toby
*BB 6032
E
779 Moten Stomp/CLIFFORD HAYES: Blue Guitar Stomp *BB 6204 E
780 New Orleans/Lafayette
*BB 6218
E+
781 Kansas City Shuffle/Yazoo Blues
VI 20485
E+
782 Justrite/Trouble in Mind
VI 21739
V+
MOUND CITY BLUE BLOWERS
783 What Do I Care What Somebody Said/MARY LOU WILLIAMS:
Drag ‘Em
BrE 02507
E+
784 Arkansaw Blues/Blue Blues
BR 2581
E-/E
785 What Do I Care What Somebody Said/Nervous
Puppies
BR 3484
V+
LARRY MURPHY & his Orch. (Don Voorhees’ Orch)
786 You Know I Love You/SAM LANIN: Just Like a
Butterfly
CAMEO 1169
EPHIL NAPOLEON’s Emperors
787 Royal Garden Blues/Tiger Rag
vEMM ESS 101
E
N. M. L. DANCE ORCH. (Fred Hall)
788 Black Bottom/MUSIC LOVERS D.O.: Rosita NML 1177
EOLIVER NAYLOR’s Orch.
789 Sweet Georgia Brown/BENSON ORCH: Riverboat
Shuffle
ViCan 19688
V+
PAUL NERO & his Orch. (Bud Shank, Bob Cooper et al)
790 Lover Come Back to Me/The Do-do Song
vRHYTHM RECORDS “Special Exploitation Record” E+
NEW ENGLAND RAMBLERS (Ken Sisson Orch.)
791 (My) Blue Heaven/NIGHT CLUB ORCH:
Do You Love Me?
VO 15589
V+
NEW MAYFAIR NOVELTY ORCH. (Al Bowlly voc)
792 Twentieth Century Blues/GEORGE OLSEN: Listen to the
German Band
ViCan 24090 E-/V+
NEW ORLEANS RHYTHM KINGS
793 She’s Crying for Me/Everybody Loves Somebody Blues
BB 10956 (orig. issue for these takes)
E+
794 That’s A Plenty/Tiger Rag
vBRENTWOOD 220
E+
795 Sensation/Bluin’ the Blues
BR 80120
E+
796 She’s Crying for Me/Golden Leaf Strut
CoE DB3470
E
797 Baby Brown/No Lovers Allowed
*DE 401
E/E+
798 Wolverine Blues/Weary Blues GENNETT 5102 V+(litely aud 2” hc)
799 Wolverine Blues/Weary Blues
vGOTHIC 509 E+
800 Milenberg Joys/Shim-me-sha-wabble
vJAZZ CLASSICS 503 E+
801 She’s Crying for Me/Golden Leaf Strut
OK 40327
V
802 Mr. Jelly Lord/Clarinet Marmalade
vTEMPLE 520 E
803 Tin Roof Blus/That’s A Plenty
vTEMPLE 521 E
804 Weary Blues/Wolverine Blues
vTEMPO(Eng) R2
E+
NEW ORLEANS STOMPERS
805 (Moonlight Revelers) Alabama Shuffle/(Jelly James’ Fewsicians):
Georgia Bo Bo
vPARADOX 4
E+
NEW PRINCES TORONTO ORCH. (London, 1924)
806 That’s Georgia/A Sun-kist Cottage in California CoE 3556
E
RED NICHOLS & his Five Pennies
807 Washboard Blues/That’s No Bargain
BR 3407
E
808 Alabama Stomp/Hurricane
BrCan 3550
V+
809 Riverboat Shuffle/Eccentric BrCan 3627 V+(tear at top both labels)
810 Roses of Picardy/Allah’s Holiday
BR 4286
E/E811 Dinah/Indiana
BR 4373 V+(ecnap)
812 Smiles/Nobody Knows
BR 4790
E
813 China Boy/Peg o’ my Heart
BR 4877
E
814 Who?/Carolina in the Morning
BR 4925
E+/E815 Sweet Georgia Brown/By the Shalimar
BR 4944
E816 How the Time Can Fly/THE NEW YORKERS (Dorsey Bros. Orch):
Parkin’ in the Moonlight
BrCan 6164
E-/V
817 Slow & Easy/Waitin’ for the Evenin’ Mail
BR 6767
E/ETHE NIGHT CLUB ORCH. (Reser)
818 I Do Not Choose to Run/Hey! Hey! Hazel
HAR 624H
V+
RAY NOBLE & his Orch. (Al Bowlly on all sides)
819 Sailin’ on the Robt. E. Lee/With All my Love & Kisses VI 24128 E820 Something in the Air/Where Lazy River Goes By VI 25459
E/E+
821 Little Old Lady/Now
VI 25448 V+(rcnap)
JIMMIE NOONE & his Orch.
822 Apex Blues/My Daddy Rocks Me
VO 2773
V/V+
PATRICIA NORMAN
823 Flow Gently Sweet Afton/Pluckin’ on a Golden Harp VO 4547 E/V+
824 Long Long Ago/The Tale of the Groom
VO 4609
E-/V+
825 I Wanna Wrap You Up/My Cat Fell in the Well VO 5280
E/ERED NORVO & his Swing Octet
826 Blues in E Flat/Bughouse CO 3079D E(small tear ssecond side label)
JACK OAKIE
827 College Rhythm/Take a Number from One to Ten MEL 13236
V
JIMMY O’BRYANT
828 Red Hot Mama/Drunk Mans Strut
PARAMOUNT 12246 V-/G
KING OLIVER
829 Boogie Woogie/Mule Face Blues
*BB 6778
E
830 Southern Stomps/J. C. JOHNSON’s Five Hot Sparks:
Red Hot Hottentot
CENTURY 3011 E831 Jazzin’ Babies Blues/ORIG. TUXEDO JAZZ ORCH:
Original Tuxedo Rag
vHJCA 6
E+
832 Snake Rag/High Society
SPECIAL EDITIONS 5016-S E
833 St. James Infirmary/When You’re Smiling
VI 22298
E-/V+
SY OLIVER & his Orch.
834 Hey Daddy-o/Slow Burn
MGM(Fr) 4020 E+
GEORGE OLSEN his Music
835 Blue Skies/Where’s that Rainbow?
VI 20455
EORESTE & his Queensland Orch.
836 I Never Knew What the Moonlight Could Do(-G)/Everything’s
Peaches(-F)
ED 51857 E(ecnap)
837 (Piano solos) She’s Still my Baby (-A)/The Little White
House(-B)
ED 51907
E+
ORIGINAL DIXIELAND JAZZ BAND
838 Darktown Strutters’ Ball/Indiana
CO A2297
V/V+
839 At the Jazz Band Ball/Ostrich Walk
ViCan 18457
V+
840 Mournin’ Blues/Clarinet Marmalade
VI 18513
E841 Broadway Rose/Sweet Mamma
VI 18722
E842 Home Again Blues/Crazy Blues
VI 18729
EORIGINAL DIXIELAND FIVE
843 Tiger Rag/Skeleton Jangle
VI 25524
EORIGINAL INDIANA FIVE
844 Somebody’s Making a Fuss over Somebody/ERNIE GOLDEN:
That’s my Weakness Now
APEX 8809 E-/V+
845 Oh Boy What a Girl/HAPPY COLLEGIANS:
Oh Lovey Be Mine
GENNETT 3121 EORIGINAL MEMPHIS FIVE
846 Military Mike/Bass Ale Blues
VI 19805
E
ORIGINAL TUXEDO JAZZ ORCH. (Kid Shots Madison, Celestin)
847 Careless Love/Black Rag
vJAZZ CLASSICS 510
E+
KID ORY’s Sunshine Orch. (dub produced in 1951)
848 Ory’s Creole Trombone/Society Blues NORDSKOG 5001 E(wol)
VESS L. OSSMAN (Banjo solos)
849 St. Louis Tickle/PRINCE’s Band: Silver Bell
CO A937
E850 A Gay Gossoon/OSSMAN-DUDLEY Trio:
St. Louis Tickle
VI 16092
EHOT LIPS PAGE
851 Will You Remember Tonight Tomorrow/And So Forth BB 7680 E/E+
852 Six, Seven, Eight or Nine/These Foolish Things COM 574
E
853 I Would Do Anything for You/I Won’t Be Here Long DE 7699 V+
PALMER HOUSE VICTORIANS (Jules Herbuvaux Orch.)
854 Talking to the Moon/Just Around the Corner SILVERTONE 3528 E+
ROY PALMER’s Sizzling Six
855 Dirty Dozens Cousins/Nancy Jane
vBRS 17
E+
PARAMOUNT SYMPHONY ORCH. (Vertical)
856 Blue Monday/Hawaiian Butterfly
PARA 2015
V+/V
THE PARAMOUNTEERS (1st side Spitalny, 2nd side Selvin)
857 Sing You Sinners/In my Little Hope Chest PUBLIX 2016-P V+/E-
ISABELLE PATRICOLA acc. Selvin’s Orch.
858 If I Can’t Get the Sweetie I Want/Mama Goes Where
Papa Goes
VO 14676
V+
PAUL’S NOVELTY ORCH. (Grey Gull studio band both sides)
859 Bye Bye Blues/UNIVERSITY SYNCOPATORS:
Absolutely Marvelous
MADISON 5092 V+(ecnap)
THE PENNINGTON ORCH. (Chic Winter’s Orch.)
860 I Must Have Company/Feeling the Way I Do
PARA 20333
EPENNSYLVANIA SYNCOPATORS
861 Someone Is Losin’ Susan/MARLBOROUGH DANCE ORCH:
Breezin’ Along with the Breeze
CLOVER 1736 V+/V
OSCAR PETERSON Trio
862 Oh Lady Be Good/I Was Doing All Right
vCLEF 89076
E+
JACK PETTIS & his Band
863 It All Depends on You/Muddy Water
BAN 1927
V+/ESID PHILLIPS & his Rhythm (London, 1936)
864 Eeny Meeny Miney Mo/Woe Is Me
REX(Eng) 8742
EWALTER “FATS” PICHON
865 The Outskirts of Town/Cherry
DE LUXE 1072
E
PIRON’S NEW ORLEANS ORCH.
866 Mamma’s Gone Goodbye/New Orleans Wiggle VI 19233
E
PLANTATION JAZZ ORCH. (Harry Raderman)
867 Railroad Blues/Ching-a-ling’s Jazz Bazaar
EMERSON 10157 V+
BEN POLLACK
868 If I Could Be with You(-3)/IMPERIAL DANCE ORCH (Schubert):
Because I’m Lonesome
CHALLENGE 770 E869 Meet the Beat of my Heart/What R U Doing Tonite DE 2005 V+/E870 That Da-da Strain/Stompin’ at the Savoy
vSAVOY 791
E
871 That Da-da Strain/Dardanella
vTWO-BEAT 8550 E/E872 Sentimental Baby/Then Came the Dawn
VI 21827
E
873 Louise/Wait’ll You See Ma Cherie
VI 21941
E-/E
874 Sweetheart We Need Each Other/You’re Always in
My Arms(w)
VI 22101 E(label tear first side)
BOB POPE & his Orch.
875 West Wind/Early Bird
*BB 6283
E-/E
876 Whoa Babe/I’ll Always Be in Love with You
MEL 7-07-05
V+
IRVING POST (Arthur Hall) & The Carolinians (Vocal w/orch.)
877 Follow the Swallow/Put Away a Little Ray of
Sunshine
HUDSON 11428 V+/ETEDDY POWELL & his Orch.
878 In Pine-top’s Footsteps/Sans Culottes
R-Z MR3598 E/ELOUIS PRIMA & his Orch.
879 Of Thee I Sing/Sweet & Lowdown
DE 2749
E
880 Sing, Sing, Sing/Chinatown My Chinatown
MAJ 1131
E+
881 Gleeby Rhythm Is Born/Sing-A-Spell
VARSITY 8166
E+
PRINCE’S BAND (1919 off Columbia, ident. only as “Band”)
882 Slim Trombone/A Cat-astrophe
LA BELLE 5070 V+/EGRAHAM PRINCE & his Palais D’Or Orch.
883 Let’s Try Again/Girl of my Dreams
VI 24058
E
CLARENCE PROFIT Trio
884 Times Square Blues/Hot and Bothered
DE 8503
E-/V
ARTHUR PRYOR’s Band
885 Dixie/Sunny South
VI 16819
E
GEORGE RILEY PUCKETT
886 Steamboat Bill/Casey Jones
(Flag)CO 113D
V+
PURITAN JAZZ BAND (D. Onivas)
887 Doodle-Doo-Doo/PURITAN NOVELTY ORCH:
Charley My Boy
PURITAN 11346
E
MA RAINEY
888 Don’t Fish in my Sea/Soon this Morning JAZZ COLL(Eng) L16 V+
BARNEY RAPP & his Orch.
889 I Need Some Pettin’/When Dixie Stars are Playing
Peek-a-Boo
VI 19341
E
HUSTON RAY (Piano solos both sides)
890 On a Woodland Glade/ERNEST L. STEVENS:
Red Moon(w)
ED 51034
ERED & MIFF’S STOMPERS (edge tears first side labe)
891 Black Bottom Stomp(-B)/Hurricane(-A)
ED 51878 E-/V+(ecnap)
LEO REISMAN & his Orch.
892 I Like to Do Things for You/Happy Feet (Bubber solo) VI 22398 E
893 He’s Not Worth Your Tears/Hurt
VI 22605
V+
894 (Astaire vocs) I Love Louisa/New Sun in the Sky VI 22755
E-/E
JACQUES RENARD & his Orch.
895 Everybody Loves You/NAT SHILKRET: My Inspiration
Is You
VI 21811
E+/E
HARRY RESER (Banjo solos with orch.)
896 Crazy Jo’/Pickin’s
BR 2308
V+
THE RHYTHM WRECKERS
897 (Muggsy) September in the Rain/Marie
vDECATUR 517
E
898 (H. James, Faz) Sugar Blues/Comin’ Round Mountain VO 3341 E-/E
899 (H. James, Faz) Wabash Blues/Alice Blue Gown VO 3390
E/V+
FRED RICH & his Orch.
900 I’m Walkin’ on Air/KNICKERBOCKERS:
I Never Dreamed
CO 1299D
E
901 What Is This Thing Called Love/Why Would I Care CO 2099D
ELARRY RICH & his Friends (Lanin)
902 Wake Up! Chill’un Wake Up!/Pagan Love Song(w) PER 15168
V+
HARRY RICHMAN
903 The Birth of the Blues/Lucky Day
VO 15412
EDAN RITCHIE & his Orch.
904 (Lanin) Little Pal/Why Can’t You?
PER 15201
V+
905 (Will Osborne Orch) Whistle & Blow your Blues Away/Tell Me
While We’re Dancing
PER 15589
E-
ROANE’S PENNSYLVANIANS
906 When You & I Were Young Maggie/Chinatown *BB 5645
V+
DICK ROBERTSON & his Orch. (Hackett)
907 The Night Before Christmas/That’s What I Want for
Chrnistmas
DE 2782 E/E-(tiny ecnap)
PAUL ROBESON
908 Deep River/I’m Goin’ to Tell God All o’ my Troubles VI 20793
E
BILL “BOJANGLES” ROBINSON
909 Keep a Song in your Soul/Just a Crazy Song
BR 6134
EWILLARD ROBISON & his Orch.
910 Head Low/Peace of Mind
CO 1818D E-(rcnap)
911 Rag Doll/CAROLINA CLUB ORCH (Paul Specht):
Just Across the Street from Heaven
PATHE 36791 V+/E912 (Voc & p) Deep River Blues/DEEP RIVER ORCH: Darby Hicks’
“American Suite No. 3”
PERFECT DEMO RECORD E-/V+
GENE RODEMICH’s Orch.
913 Wolverine Blues/When June Comes Along
BR 2455
E
914 Tia Juana/Just a Funny Little Tune
BR 2680
EADRIAN ROLLLINI & his Orch.
915 Riverboat Shuffle/N.O.R.K.: No Lovers Allowed BrE 02510
E+
916 Beloved/I’ll Be Faithful
MEL 12790
EARTHUR ROSS & his Westerners
917 A Room with a View/I’m Briing a Red Red Rose V-T 1793V
EALMA ROTTER acc. Justin Ring Trio
918 Rags/Tonight You Belong to Me
OK 40733
E/V+
LUIS RUSSELL & his Orch.
919 Saratoga Drag/RHYTHMAKERS: Anything for You BrE 02508 E+
920 High Tension/LOUIS: Knockin’ a Jug
PaE R1064
E-/V+
921 (Lou & his Ginger Snaps) The Way He Loves Is Just too Bad(-1)/
FRED RICH: How Am I to Know?
ROMEO 1108
V+
922 You Rascal You/BENNIE MOTEN: That Too, Do
VI 22793 E(needle drop tics lightly 6 gr second side)
JOHN RYAN (Voc with orch.) (First side has lengthy hot vibes solo that to
my ear can only be Rollini)
923 I Wish I Were a Fairy/The Wave Song
VARSITY 8395 E
JOS. SAMUELS & his Orch.
924 Blue/MAJESTIC DNCE ORCH: When the Leaves
Come Tumbling Down
PURITAN 11162 E/V+
CARL SANDBURG (Voc and guitar, 1926)
925 The Boll Weevil/Negro Spirituals
VI 20135
E
SAVOY HAVANA BAND (London, 1923)
926 I’ll Build a Stairway to Paradise/Sheba
CoE 3289
ADRIAN SCHUBERT & his Orch. (Smith Ballew vocs)
927 Moonlight Saving Time/Now You’re in my Arms CROWN 3129 E+
JAMES SCOTT (Transcribed from piano rolls)
928 Ragtime Oriole/Grace and Beauty
vCENTURY 4022 EGENE SEDRIC & his Orch.
929 Lonely Moments/Bootin’ and Swinging
HARMONIA 1806
E
EMIL SEIDEL & his Orch. (Hoagy piano solo first side)
930 Together We Two/Did You Mean It
GENNETT 6324 E-(numerous edge chips both sides, nap)
BEN SELVIN Orch.
931 Whispering/ARTO D. O.: In Old Manila
ARTO 8919 E-(rcnap)
932 That’s A Good Girl!/Pretty Cinderella
BR 3340
E+/E
933 Oh Gee! Oh Joy!/Say So!
CO 1285D
E
934 ‘Tain’t No Sin/Funny Dear What Love Can Do CO 2096D
V+
935 Dixieana/I’m Yours
CO 2287D
E
936 I Am the World/Old Fashioned Girl
CO 2298D
E937 (Ballew vocs) Yours & Mine (BG, TD solos)/Little Spanish
Dancer
CO 2366D
E938 To the Future! (BG solo)/Just One More Chance(-2) CO 2487D
E939 When the Rest of the Crowd Goes Home Alone(w)/Tell Me
With a Love Song(w)
CO 2566D
E940 All of Me (-2)/I Found You
CO 2585D
E
941 You’re my Everything/When We’re Alone
CO 2596D
V+
942 Yellow Dog Blues/IRVING & JACK KAUFMAN:
Old Joe Blues
MEDALLION 3164 E-/V+
THE SENATORS (Haring both sides)
943 Red Hot Mama/UNION AVENUE FIVE:
Get on with It
TREMONT 464
E
BOYD SENTER & his Senterpedes
944 I’m in the Jailhouse Now/Rich Man, Poor Man… VI 22010
E/V+
SEXTETTE FROM HUNGER (Matt Dennis voc, 2nd side)
945 Darktown Strutters’/Yes Sir That’s My Baby MacGREGOR 1003 EJOEL SHAW & his Orch.
946 Hawaii Calls/Down Where Trade Winds Blow MEL 8-02-12 V+/EJACK SHILKRET’s Orch. (“Not for sale” pressing is same both sides)
947 You and I/You and I
ViCan 19571 E/ENAT SHILKRET & the Victor Orch.
948 You Came Along/Humpty-Dumpty
VI 21082
E+
949 Can’t Help Lovin dat Man/Why Do I Love You? VI 21215
E+
NAT SHILKRET (Cont’d)
950 Dusky Stevedore/When Sweet Susie Goes Steppin’ By VI 21515
E951 Nagasaki/Moonlight Madness
VI 21603
E+
FRANK SIDNEY (Nice swing sides by 6-pc. grp on 50’s Detroit label)
952 Bartenders Swing/M.O.A. All Stars
UNITED (no #)
V+
FRANK SIGNORELLI & his Quintet
953 Sorrento in the Evening/Save It Pretty Mama
DAVIS 9002 E(wol)
THE SINGING BOYS (incl Smith Ballew) & their Novelty Orch.
954 My Kinda Love/TOM CLINES & his Music:
Sing a Little Love Song
DIVA 2928G
ENOBLE SISSLE & EUBIE BLAKE (moderate label scrs)
955 Down Hearted Blues/Waitin’ for the Evenin’ Mail VI 19086
E
THE SIX HOTTENTOTS (Nichols, Mole, JD)
956 Hurricane/Melancholy Charlie
MOULDIE FYGGE 103
E
SIX JUMPING JACKS (Reser)
957 Dan the Elevator Man/Send for our Free Booklet BrCan 4759
E
PAUL SMALL & his Collegians (“Long playing” 5-min. record)
958 Of Thee I Sing/Auf Wiedersehen my Dear
CROWN 3256
EBESSIE SMITH
959 Sorrowful Blues/Rocking Chair Blues
(Flag)CO 14020D
V
960 Yellow Dog Blues/Trombone Cholly
PaE R2480
E+
961 Back-water Blues/Nobody Knows You…
PaE R2481
E+
DUANE SMITH & his Band (Frank Leithner’s Orch.)
962 I’m in Seventh Heaven/ROY COLLINS D.O. (Schubert):
Loving You
CHALLENGE 842
V+
JABBO SMITH & his Orch.
963 Absolutely/How Can Cupid Be So Stupid
DE 1712
E/E+
964 Rhythm in Spain/More Rain More Rest
DE 1980
E-/E
JACK SMITH (The Whispering Baritone)
965 Where Can You Be/You May Not Like It
VI 22443
E
KATE SMITH
966 I May Be Wrong/Love
DIVA 3050G
V+
MAMIE SMITH
967 Mem’ries of You Mammy/If You Don’t Want Me OK 4228
E-/V
968 (Bechet, C.Williams) K.C. Man Blues/Lady Luck Blues OK 4926 V+/EWILLIE THE LION SMITH & his Cubs
969 The Swampland/I Can See You All over the Place *DE 1291 V+/ESMOKY MOUNTAIN SACRED SINGERS
970 Tis a Picture from Life’s Other Side/Where We Never
Grow Old
VO 5119
V
SNOOKS & his Memphis Stompers
971 Under Your Window Tonight/BROADWAY BROADCASTERS
(Hring): Love Is Like That
PER 15476
V+
972 I’m Happy When Ure Happy/Love Is Like That ViCan 22639 V+/E973 I’m Crazy Bout my Baby/Smile Darnya Smile
VI 22662
V+/E974 Building a Home for You/You Don’t Need Glasses VI 22704
V+
975 Japanese Sandman/LUIS RUSSELL: Freakish Blues VI 22815 V+/V
EDDIE SOUTH & his Alabamians
976 By the Wateers of the Minnetonka/La Rosita
VI 21151
E+
SOUTHAMPTON SOCIETY ORCH. (Lanin)
977 I Can’t Believe…/Who’s that Pretty Baby?
PATHE 36682
EJERI SOUTHERN
978 An Occasional Man/What Do You See in Her? DE 29647
E/E+
THE SOUTHERN KENTUCKY MOUNTAINEERS
979 Cumberland Gap/Knoxville Rag
SUPERTONE 9310 E-/V+
MIKE SPECIALE & his Orch.
980 I Can’t See the Beautiful Sea/BILLY WYNNE’s Greenwich Village
Orch: Cecilia(-C)
ED 51603
E
981 When You See that Aunt of Mine(-B)/Bam Bam Bamy Shore(-B)
ED 51635 E(loose label second side is clear taped in place)
982 Behind the Clouds/BILLY WYNNE’s Orch: Everything’s
Gonna Be All Right
ED 51715
E+
983 Mandy Make Up your Mind/SOUTHAMPTON SOCIETY ORCH
(Selvin): Me & My Boy Friend
PER 14336 E-/E(rcnap)
VICTORIA SPIVEY
984 Black Snake Blues/No More Jelly Bean Blues (Truetone)OK 8338 V+
JESS STACY
985 You’re Driving Me Crazy/(& Bud Freeman) She’s Funny
That Way
COM 529
E+
AILEEN STANLEY
986 Weep No More/Write and Tell your Mammy
OK 4513
E+
987 Home Again Blues/BILLY MURRAY: Pucker Up &
Whistle
VI 18760
E
988 Six Feet of Papa/…Rose Colored Glasses
VI 20198
E+
989 Nay! Nay! Neighbor/Gonna Get a Girl
VI 20511
E990 Broken Hearted/VAUGHN DE LEATH: Who Are You
Fooling Tonight?
ViCan 20825
EBLUE STEELE & his Orch.
991 I Knew I’d Miss You(w)/Beyond the Sunset
VI 21530
E
ERNEST L. STEVENS
992 (Trio) Hot Lips(-A)/Love Sends a Little Gift of Roses ED 51037 E+
993 (P solos) Hesitation Waltz/3:00 in the Morning(w) ED 51049 E/E+
REX STEWART
994 Some Saturday/Subtle Slough
BB 11258
E+/E
995 Jug Blues/At the Barclay’s Club
BLUE STAR(Fr) 64
E+
996 Star Dust/Vernon’s Story
BLUE STAR(Fr) 78
E
997 San Juan Hill/Chained to a Dream
VO 5510
V+/ESTOMP SIX (Muggsy)
998 Why Can’t It Be poor Little Me/Everybody Loves my
Baby
REISSUE 5
E+
JOE SULLIVAN
999 Little Rock Getaway/Onyx Breakdown
PaE R2006
E/ESUNKIST SERENADERS (Emerson Dance Orch.)
1000 I’ve Always Got the Blues/Sonya
EVERYBODYS 1069
V+
SUNSET DANCE ORCH. (Bailey’s Lucky Seven)
1001 After I Say I’m Sorry/HOLLYWOOD NIGHT OWLS (Glantz):
What! No Women?
CHAMPION 15067
V+
ROOSEVELT SYKES & his Piano
1002 Honeysuckle Rose/Jiving the Jive
BB 34-0729
E/E+
EVA TANGUAY (this vinyl disc is E+, but the 1922 disc from which it was
dubbed is aurally about a V. Reverse side is a 1951 recreation)
1003 I Don’t Care/VIRGINIA WALD: I Don’t Care
vNORDSKOG 3200 E+
EVA TAYLOR acc. Clarence Williams
1004 12th Street Rag/Down Hearted Blues
OK 4805
V/V-
1005 My Pillow and Me/I’m Going Away…
OK 8051
G
1006 You’ll Never Have No Luck by Quittin’ Me (pressing error has this
tune both sides, although second side is labeled “I’m Gonna See
You When Your Troubles are Just Like Mine”) OK 8068
E+
JASPER TAYLOR’s State Street Boys
1007 Stomp Time Blues/It Must Be the Blues
vCENTURY 3026 E
JACK TEAGARDEN
1008 Loveless Love #1/Loveless Love #2
HRS JANUARY 1938 E1009 Basin St. Blues/Martian Madness
TEAGARDEN 11224 V+
TEN FRESHMEN (Reser)
1010 Rio Rita/LA PALINA BROADCASTERS (Fred Rich):
Sweetheart, We Need Each Other
PER 15224
E
THELMA TERRY & her Play Boys
1011 Starlight and Tulps/GUY LOMBARDO:
I Love You Truly
CO 1532D V+(label fade second side)
HARRY THOMAS (Piano solos)
1012 Delirious Rag/A Classical Spasm
VI 18229
V+/EARCHIE THOMPSON & his Texas Rhythm Band
1013 Ja-Da/Dixie Jamboree
VARIETY 575
E+
“UNCLE JIMMIE” THOMPSON (Fiddle solos acc. piano)
1014 Karo/Billy Wilson
CO 15118D
V+
THREE BITS OF RHYTHM
1015 Yas, Yas, Yas/I’ll Be True
MODERN MUSIC 137
V+
TIVOLI DANCE ORCH. (Irving Weiss Orch.)
1016 Bimini Bay/Who Believed in You?
LA BELLE 303 E-/V+
CHARLIE TROUTT’s Melody Artists
1017 Transportation Blues/Part 2
CO 1030D
V+/EFRANKIE TRUMBAUER & his Orch.
1018 Honeysuckle Rose/Georgia on my Mind
BR 6159
V+
1019 My Sweeter than Sweet (Ballew voc)/CAROLINA CLUB ORCH
(Kemp): He’ So Unusual OK 41326 V(digs in lead-in grooves
second side, not in music)
1020 Walkin’ the Dog/Not on the First Nite Baby VARSITY 8225
E
SOPHIE TUCKER
1021 I Don’t Want to Get Thin/That’s What I Call Sweet
Music
VI 21995 V+(dig tics 5 gr second side)
JOE TURNER & his Memphis Men (Duke)
1022 I Must Have that Man (not on U.S. 78)/BEN SELVIN:
Honey
CoE 5486
E
SID TURNER (Voc with guitar and harmonica accomp.)
1023 Go ‘Long Mule/Wreck of the Southern 97
PER 12147
EUNIVERSITY BOYS (Reser, Smith Ballew voc)
1024 Singin’ in the Rain/DIXIE JAZZ BAND (Billy James):
Sweet Baby (-3)
JEWEL 5646
EUNIVERSITY DANCE ORCH. (Glantz)
1025 The I’ll Be Happy/BIG CITY SIX (Emerson studio): What Name
Is Sweeter than Sweetheart
RADIEX 1316
V+
UNIVERSITY SIX
1026 Mine-All Mine/When You’re with Somebody Else DIVA 2565G V+
1027 (Chelsea Quealey, Spencer Clark) That’s A Good Girl/Give Me
a Ukulele
HAR 262H
V+/ERUDY VALLEE & his Connecticut Yankees
1028 Brother Can You Spare a Dime?/I’ll Never Have to
Dream Again
(Blue wax)CO 2725D
E+
1029 Outside/JACK MILLER: Weary River
DIVA 2857G
E
1030 Marie/Caressing You
V-T 1834V
E+
VAN EPS QUARTET
1031 Swanee/I Might Be your Once In Awhile HMV(Can) 216090
V+
VAN EPS DANCE ORCH.
1032 Old Covered Bridge/Dream of Me Tonight (w) MEL(Can) 91755 E+
FRED VAN EPS (Banjo solo acc. piano)
1033 Pearl of the Harem/WILLIAM H. REITZ (Xylophone solo):
The Mocking Bird
VI 16969
E
VARSITY EIGHT
1034 Knock at the Door/HARING: Charley my Boy CAMEO 574 E/E1035 Them Ramblin’ Blues/STATLER HOTEL DANCE ORCH:
Me and the Boy Friend
CAMEO 605 E-/V+
VELVETONE ORCH. dir. Arthur Lange
1036 The Sheik/Leave Me with a Smile
CAMEO 200 E+/E
JOE VENUTI
1037 One Minute to One/You Have Taken my Heart (w) BAN 32939 V+
1038 Vibraphonia No. 2/Send Me
*DE 669
E
1039 Tempo di Barrel/MIFF MOLE: After You’ve Gone PaE R1063 E/E1040 (& Lang) Goin’ Places/Doin’ Things
PaE R352
V
1041 My Man from Caroline/I Like a Little Girl Like That VI 23015 E-/V+
VEO’s Hotel McAlpin Orch.
1042 Let’s Sit & Talk About You/As Long as We Are in
Love
PATHE 36928
E
THE VIRGINIANS
1043 Nobody Lied/Yankee Doodle Blues
VI 18913
E-/E
VIRGINIANS (Cont’d)
1044 Send Back my Honeyman/PAUL WHITEMAN:
Hot Lips
ViCan 18920 E-/V+
DON VOORHEES & his Earl Carroll’s Vanities Orch.
1045 One Alone/The Riff Song
CO 1824D
E/E1046 Just One More Kiss(-A)/I’d Love to Call You My
Sweeheart(-A)
ED 51855
E-/E
1047 Jult One More Kiss(-C)/I’d Love to Call You My
Sweetheart(-C)
ED 51855 E+(ecnap)
1048 Muddy Water(-C)/DUKE YELLMAN’s Paraody Club Pals:
Song of the Wanderer(-C)
ED 51927
E
TED WALLACE & his Campus Boys/Orch.
1049 (Ballew vocs) Telling it to the Daisies/Stein Song CO 2151D
E-
1050 Sweet Jennie Lee!/My Baby Just Cares for Me CO 2301D
V+
1051 What Do You Say?/OKEH MELODIANS (Lanin):
I Just Roll Along
OK 41002
V+
FATS WALLER
1052 Everybody Loves my Baby/Scram!
BB 10989
E-/E
1053 Let’s Get Away from It All/Wanna Hear Swing Songs BB 11115 E1054 (from piano rolls)18th St. Strut/JAMES P. JOHNSON:
Make Me a Pallet on the Floor
vCENTURY 4001 E+
1055 (from piano rolls) Laughin’ Cryin’ Blues/JAMES P. JOHNSON:
Roumania
LONDON L808
E+
1056 Hate to Talk About Myself/You’re the Cutest
One
VI 25039 E+(moderate label fade)
1057 There’s Going to Be the Devil to Pay/Take It Easy VI 25078 E/E1058 Thief in the Night/Got a Bran’ New Suit
VI 25123
E
1059 Lookin’ Good but Feelin’ Bad/I Need Someone Like
You
VI V38086 V+label tears)
WARING’S PENNSYLVANIANS
1060 Freshie/Mighty Blue
VI 19784
E1061 Hello! Swanee, Hello!/Since I Found You
VI 20467
E1062 Wob-a-ly Walk/I Scream, You Scream…for Ice Cream VI 21099 E+
1063 Stack o’ Lee Blues/Farewell Blues
VI 21508
E
THE WASHBOARD WONDERS (Wellstood, Muranyi et al)
1064 Don’t Forget to Mess Around/Bordello Days PARADOX 2
E
THE WASHINGTONIANS (Duke)
1065 Move Over/HARING: Me & Man in the Moon CAMEO 9025 V+
ETHEL WATERS
1066 Oh Daddy(-1)/Down Home Blues(-1)
BLACK SWAN 2010 V+
1067 His Eye Is on the Sparrow/Just a Closer Walk with
Thee
vCHANCEL 2002 E+
1068 Dinah/Sweeet Man
CO 487D
E-/V+
1069 River Stay Way…/Shine On, Harvest Moon
CO 2511D
V+
1070 Shake that Thing/No Man’s Mamma
CO 14116D
V+
1071 If You Can’t Hold the Man You Love/I Wonder What’s
Become of Joe
CO 14134D V+/E1072 You’ll Want Me Back/Sugar
CO 14146D
V
1073 My Handy Man/Do What you Did Last Night SP EDN 5014-S E
ETHEL WATERS’ Jazz Masters (instrumentals with Joe Smith,
Fletcher Henderson)
1074 Tiger Rag/Pacific Coast Blues
BLACK SWAN 10073 V/V+
HARVEY WATSON (“Old time singin’ & playin’”)
1075 Old Gray Bonnet/Bright Sherman Valley CHALLENGE 329 E-/E
WE THREE (Nichols, Lang)
1076 Trumpet Sobs/BERT DOLAN’s Chateau Orch.:
Only You and Lonely Me
PER 14645
V+
CHICK WEBB & his Orch.
1077 Stompin’ at the Savoy/Sunny Side of the Street VO 3246
E+
TED WEEMS & his Orch.
1078 Highways are Happy Ways/It Was Only a Sun Shower VI 20910
E1079 Come on, Baby!/NAT SHILKRET: Here’s that Party… VI 21729 E
1080 Me & he Man in the Moon/My Troubles are Over VI 21809 E-/E
1081 Good Morning, Good Evening, Good Night/PANCHO & his
Orch: Peace of Mind
VI 22032
E1082 Miss Wonderful/LEO REISMAN: Dance Away the Nite VI 22137 E1083 The Man from the South/Harmonica Harry
VI 22238
E1084 My Baby Just Cares for Me/Girl Friend of Boy Friend VI 22499 E1085 You Gave Me Everything but Love/Little Joe
ViCan 22646 E-/E
NOLAN WELSH acc. Louis, Richard M. Jones
1086 Bridewell Blues/St. Peter Blues JAZZ SOCIETY(Fr) AA502 E(wol)
MAE WEST
1087 Easy Rider/A Guy What Takes his Time
BR 6495
V+
WHITE WAY DANCE ORCH. (Emerson D.O.)
1088 Tea for Two/INTERNATIONAL DANCE ORCH (Glantz):
Oriental Night
NADSCO 1248 V+/EPAUL WHITEMAN (Columbias are all “Potato heads”)
1089 Pickin’ Cotton/American Tune
CO 1464D
V+
1090 If You Don’t Love Me/In the Evening
CO 1484D
V
1091 I’d Rather Cry over You/It It Gonna Be Long? CO 1496D
E1092 Out-o-town Gal/Just a Little Buit of Driftwood CO 1505D
V+
1093 Blue Night/Roses of Yesterday
CO 1553D
V
1094 Where Is Song of Songs/Just a Sweetheart
CO 1630D
E
1095 Let’s Do It/Japanese Mammy
CO 1701D
V+
1096 How About Me?/Cradle of Love
CO 1723D E(1” long rim bite well away from grooves)
1097 Lover Come Back to Me/Marianne
CO 1731D
E
1098 Button up your Overcoat/My Lucky Star
CO 1736D
E
1099 I’m in Seventh Heaven/Little Pal
CO 1877D
V+/V
1100 When You’re Counting Stars Alone/At Twilight CO 1993D
V+
1101 Happy Feet/A Bench in the Park
CO 2164D
E
1102 You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me/Livin’ in the
Sunlight, Lovin’ in the Moonlight
CO 2171D
E1103 Body & Soul/Something to Remember You By CO 2297D
E/E+
1104 Bell Hoppin’ Blues/St. louis Blues
VI 20092
E+
1105 The Calinda/NAT SHILKRET: Baby’s Blue
VI 20882
E
1106 Mary/Changes
VI 21103
E+
1107 I’m Winging Home/When You’re with Somebody
Else
ViCan 21365 E-/E
1108 You Took Advantage of Me/Do I Hear You Saying VI 21398
E+
1109 Dancing Shadows/SHILKRET: Fascinatin’ Vamp VI 21431
E1110 Louisiana/Dixie Dawn
VI 21438
E-/E
1111 Down in Old Havana Town/Dancing Shadows VI 27687
E+
PAUL WHITEMAN’s Rhythm Boys
1112 Rhythm King/My Suppressed Desire
CO 1629D
E1113 Louise/Bluebirds & Blackbirds Got Together CO 1819D
E
1114 Mississippi Mud & I Left My Sugar Standing in the Rain/
Sweet L’il & Ain’t She Sweet
VI 24240
EJACK WHITNEY & HIS Orch. (Fred Rich)
1115 Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone/FORD BRITTEN:
Because You’re Mine (w)
CLARION 5270C
V+
WHOOPEE MAKERS (Duke)
1116 Take It Easy/CASINO DANCE ORCH (Haring):
Dolores
PER 14968 V(label fade second side)
PUTTE WICKMAN’s Orkester (Stockholm, 1952)
1117 Delta/Jack Pot
CUPOL 4614
E+
LEE WILEY
1118 Woman Alone with the Blues/Sugar
MAJ 7258
E
1119 Memories (of You)/But Not for Me
MAJ 7259
E
1120 Down with Love/Stormy Weather
SCHIRMER 2008 E-/E
CLARENCE WILLIAMS
1121 Bimbo/Bozo
AFCDJ(Fr) A.027
E
1122 Wait Till You See My Baby/ABBIE BRUNIES Halfway House
Orch: Won’t You Be my Loving Baby
vBRS 19
E1123 Sweet Emmalina/Any Time
CO 14314D
V+
1124 Breeze/Beer Garden Blues
CO 37680
E1125 Speakeasy Blues/Long Deep & Wide
vCREOLE 26 E(wol)
1126 Close Fit Blues (no artist credit on labels, reverse is Mean to Me
by Grey Gull studio band)
MADISON 1718
E1127 Everybody Loves my Baby/Of All the Wrongs You’ve
Done to Me (Eva Taylor vocs)
OK 8181
V+
1128 I’m a Little Blackbird/Mandy Make up your Mind (Eva Taylor vocs)
OK 40260 V+(needle run on first side label)
COOTIE WILLIAMS & his Orch./Rug Cutters
1129 Blue Garden Blues/Is You Is or Is You Ain’t HIT 7108
E+
1130 Digga Digga Do/I Can’t Believe….
VARIETY 555
E/EMARY LOU WILLIAMS
1131 Mary’s Special/Overhand
*DE 781
E
RALPH WILLIAMS & his Rainbo Orch.
1132 Prince of Wails/Get Lucky
VI 19504
E-/V+
TEDDY WILSON
1133 Rosetta/Liza
BR 7563
E1134 Nice Work…/Things Are Looking Up
BR 8015
V/V+
1135 Moon Ray/Wham
CO 35354
E+
DALE WIMBROW & his Rubeville Tuners
1136 Oshkosh/Roll Right Offa my Green
CO 1200D
V+
JOHNNY WITWER Trio (Joe Darensbourg)
1137 Wolverine Blues/Joe’s Blues
vEXNER 1
ETHE WOLVERINES
1138 Oh Baby/BIX’s Rhythm Jugglers: Toddlin’ Blues BrE 02501 E/E+
RUSSELL WOODING & his Grand Central Red Caps
1139 That’s my Desire/I Can’t Get Enough of You VI 22718
ENAN WYNN & her Orch.
1140 Lullaby in Rhythm/Monday Morning
VO 4319
E
DUKE YELLMAN & his Orch.
1141 Oh! If I Only Had You/Mary Lou
ED 51806
E
SECTION III – 10” x 78 RPM ALBUMS (Min. bid $2.00 per disc)
1142 ALMANAC SINGERS Songs for John Doe (early 40’s war protest
songs variously including Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie).
ALMANAC (no set #) (1101-03) (3) E to E+
1143 LOUIS ARMSTRONG Hot Jazz
ViCan Set HJ-1 (40-0102-0105) (4 + booklet)
E- to E
1144 DUKE ELLINGTON The Duke CO Set C-38
(35834-37) (4) (all are alternate takes from BR originals)
E to E+
1145 BUD FREEMAN Comes Jazz CO Set C-40
(35853-56) (4)
E+(small stickers on labels)
1146 Fashions in Swing: The Wolverines DE Set 133
(18064-67) (4) (no bklt) (Red labels, “Susie” is –A)
1147 CLIFF JACKSON & DON FRYE (3 sides each)
Midnight Piano (DSM)DISC Set 706 (6008-10) (3)
E- to E
1148 FRANK SIGNORELLI Memphis Five Favorites (Chris Griffin,
Nick Caiazza et al) STINSON Set 365 (365-1-3) (3)
V+ to E
1149 RALPH SUTTON St. Louis Piano
CIRCLE Set S-20 (J1052-53) (2)
E to E+
1150 PAUL WHITEMAN Souvenir Program
VI Set P-100 (27685-89) (5) (no booklet)
E to E+
1151 TEDDY WILSON-BILLIE HOLIDAY The TW/BH Album
CoCan Set A-26 (C6203-06) (4)
E+
1152 AMERICAN FOLKSAY: BALLADS & DANCES (Woody Guthrie,
Cisco Houston, Pete Seeger, Sonny Terry, Josh White, Leadbelly)
(DSM) ASCH Set A-432 (432-1-4) (4 + bklt)
E- to E (cover moderately soiled)
SECTION IV – 7” STUFF
7” x 45 RPM SINGLES (Min. bid $2.00
PAUL GAYTEN
1153 The Hunch/Hot Cross Buns
ANNA 1106
E
JOHN LEE HOOKER
1154 No More Doggin’/I Need Some Money
BATTL:E 45901
E
SIX STAR INTERNATIONAL JAZZ BAND (Instrumentals by
Detroit trad band)
1155 We’ve Come a Long Way Together/Ping Pong P.O.E.
DEEP 45-5528 E+
7” x 45 RPM EP SINGLES (Min. bid $2.50. All have art covers)
1156 GEORGIE AULD You’ll Never Know/The Touch of your Lips/
Tenderly/Bllue & Sentimental
CORAL EC81052
E+
1157 I’ve Got You Under my Skin/Easy to Love/Stairway to the Stars/
Take Care
CORAL EC81096
N1158 JIMMY BLYTHE Jockey Stomp/Dirty Dozens Cousins/Wild
Man Stomp
CORAL(Ger) 94220
N1159 ALEX HILL Ain’t It Nice/Functionizin’/Song of the Plow/
Let’s Have a Jubilee
PIRATE MPC516 N1160 ART TATUM ‘Swonderful/Hands Across the Table/Blues in
B Flat
(DSM)CLEF EP319 E+cs
1161 Idaho/My Blue Heaven/Street of Dreams (DSM)CLEF EP320 E+
1162 CLARENCE WILLIAMS Cushion Foot Stomp/P.D.Q. Blues/
JIMMY BLYTHE: Wild Man Stomp/Stomp your Stuff
CORAL(Ger) 94208 N7” x 45 RPM EP SETS (Min. bid $5.00)
1163 JAZZ AT THE PHILHARMONIC Vol. 2 (Blues for Norman &
I Can’t Get Started
(DSM)CLEF JATP-2 (2) E+(cover scuff)
1164 Vol. 4 (Blues & Lester Leaps In) (DSM)CLEF 3 (2) E+(cover scuff)
1165 Vol. 7 (I Found a New Baby & T 4 2) (DSM)CLEF JATP-7 (2) E+
1166 Vol. 10 (Endido & I Surrender Dear) (DSM)CLEF JATP-10 (2) E+
1167 Vol. 13 (Closer & Embraceable You) (DSM)CLEF JATP-13(2) E+
1168 Vol. 14 (I Surrender Dear & I Got Rhythm)
(DSM)CLEF JATP-14(2) E+
1169 ART TATUM Piano Solos
DE ED713(2)
E+
7” x 33 RPM SWAGGIE LPs (Min. bid $3.00)
1170 JIMMY BLYTHE Weary Way Blues/Poutin’ Papa/Have Mercy/
Hot Stuff/JIMMY BERTRAND: Idle Hour Special/
47th Street Stomp
SWAGGIE JCS33733 N1171 Stomp Your Stuff/Alley Rat/Wild Man Stomp/Bull Fiddle Rag/
Sweet Papa/Shake your Shimmy
SWAGGIE JCS33736 N1172 Endurance Stomp/Tuxedo Stomp/Brown Skin Mama/My Baby/
Pleasure Mad/Tack It Down
JCS33782 (labels reversed) N1173 JUNIE C. COBB Shake that Jelly Roll/Don’t Cry Honey/
Endurance Stomp/Boot that Thing/Smoke Shop Drag/
Once or Twice
SWAGGIE JCS33726 N1174 FATS WALLER London Suite (6 tracks) SWAGGIE JCS120
N1175 PIANO JAZZ: COW COW DAVENPORT: Cow Cow Blues/State
St. Jive/ALEX HILL: Tack Head Blues/Stompin’ ‘Em Down/
MONTANA TAYLOR: Detroit Rocks/MARY LOU WILLIAMS:
Night Life
SWAGGIE JCS33747 E+wrc
SECTION V – TAPE CASSETTES (Min. bid $3.00)
1176 JEANNIE & JIMMY CHEATHAM Luv in the Afternoon
CONCORD 429 (case cracked)
1177 EDDIE CONDON All Stars
Dixieland Jam CO CJT45145
1178 MIKE MORGAN & The Crawl Mighty Fine Dancin’
BLACKTOP 1064
1179 SONS OF BIX (Tom Pletcher, Ron Hockett, Spencer Clark et al)
Hick Grahams’s 1986 Jazz Party, Vero Beach, FL.. 53 tunes on 4
cassettes mounted in 10x12 vinyl cover with 16 p. booklet. (Min. 15).
1180 BROOKS TEGLER’s Hot Jazz Keep ‘Em Flying
CIRCLE 120
1181 MARTHA TILTON Complete Capitol Sessions
CAP 142-2
1182 ATLANTIC JAZZ: BEBOP Diz, Monk, Blakey, Coltrane, Stitt,
Roach, Milt Jackson etc.
ATLANTIC 7817024
1183 ATLANTIC JAZZ: WEST COAST Safranski, S.Rogers, Montrose,
Candoli, Giuffre, etc.
ATLAN TIC 7817034
“Old Time Radio” cassettes:
1184 CRIME CLUB Two half-hour episodes, 5/22/47 & 5/29/47.
McCOY’S 248
1185 HOP HARRIGAN Four 15-min. episodes from 1948.
GREAT AMERICAN RADIO 10830
1186 JUNGLE JIM Four 15-min. episodes from 1946.
GREAT AMERICAN RADIO 6508
1187 LUX RADIO THEATER 1/24/44: “Casablanca” with Alan Ladd
AMERICAN MOVIE CLASSICS
1188 PETE KELLY’S BLUES Undated 1951 episode with Jack Webb.
The “Big 7” plays Whispering and an ad-lib blues.. Side 2 is
JEFF REGAN, INVESTIGATOR from 7/17/48 also with
Jack Webb.
RADIO YESTERYEAR 734
1189 THE SHADOW Two half-hour episodes, 3/17/46 & 3/24/46.
McCOY’S (no #)
1190 THE WHISTLER Two half-hour episodes, 2/4/48 & 2/11/48.
BLOCKBUSTER J482
1191 A DAY AT THE SOAPS Four 15-min. NBC daytime dramas from
12/22/55.
RADIO YESTERYEAR 1226
SECTION VI – COMPACT DISCS (Min. bid $5.00 or as shown)
The following symbols are used in this section:
cc = case cracked
cn = case notched or hole punched
hp = hole punched in paper cover
1192 JERRI ADAMS It’s Cool Inside/Play for Keeps
SONY 6873
1193 CANNONBALL ADDERLEY Ballads
BN 37563
1194 LOUIS ARMSTRONG Live at 1959 Monterey Jazz Festival
MJF RECORDS 30311
1195 BACK BAY RAMBLERS My Mama’s in Town STOMP OFF 1279
1196 Cuttin’ Up
STOMP OFF 1355
1197 PAUL BACON WITH Keith Ingham’s Manhattan Swingtet (Peter
Ecklund, Jon-Erik Kellso, Vince Giordano et al) Things Are
Looking Up
JAZZOLOGY 297
1198 CHET BAKER The Early Years (75 tracks on 4 CDs in slipcase
with 44 p booklet)
PROPERBOX 84 (Min. $20)
1199 COUNT BASIE Kansas City Suite
ROULETTE 7945752
1200 TONY BENNETT Steppin’ Out
CO CK57424
1201 EDDIE BERT Walk on the Roots
MOTHLIGHT 3805
1202 ART BLAKEY Jazz Messengers Moanin’
BN 746516
1203 RUBY BRAFF The Best of Braff
BETHLEHEM 75822
1204 DAVE BRUBECK Time Out
CO CK40585
1205 SONNY BURKE & his Orch. 1951
HINDSIGHT 174
1206 KENNY BURRELL Bluesy Burrell (Coleman Hawkins on 4)
MOODSVILLE 30658
1207 JUDY CARMICHAEL Pearls (W. Vache Jr)
JAZZOLOGY 204
1208 KING COLE TRIO The Forgotten 1949 Carnegie Hall Concert
HEP 91
1209 NATALIE COLE Unforgettable
ELEKTRA 61049
1210 Take a Look
ELEKTRA 51496
1211 JOHN COLTRANE Giant Steps
ATLANTIC/RHINO 605(hp)
1212 CHRIS CONNOR & MAYNARD FERGUSON
Two’s Company
ROULETTE 37201
1213 EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS Profiles
PRESTIGE 5810 (cc/hp)
1214 WILD BILL DAVISON Sweet & Lovely
STORYVILLE 4060
1215 BLOSSOM DEARIE Once Upon a Summertime
VERVE 517223
1216 SHEENA EASTON No Strings
MCA 10849
1217 HARRY “SWEETS” EDISON & EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS
In Copenhagen
STORYVILLE 696 (hp)
1218 DUKE ELLINGTON And His Mother Called Him Bill
BB 6787-2-RB
1219 Greatest Hits
SONY SPEC PROD A21512
1220 MAYNARD FERGUSON Jazz Masters 52
VERVE 529905
1221 DIZZY GILLESPIE To Diz with Love TELARC JAZZ 83307 (cn)
1222 HONI GORDON Sings
PRESTIGE OJCCD1783
1223 JOHNNY GRIFFIN Chicago, New York, Paris
VERVE 527367
1224 GENE HARRIS Quartet Black and Blue
CONCORD 4482
1225 (& Scott Hamilton) At Last
CONCORD 4434
1226 ILLINOIS JACQUET Jacquet’s Got It
ATLANTIC 81816 (cn)
1227 JANE JARVIS L. A. Quartet (Tommy Newsome)
AUDIOPH 245
1228 JACK JEZZRO Jazz Elegance
HILSBORO 5272
1229 ROBERT JOHNSON The Complete Recordings (41 tracks plus
60 page booklet)
CO C2K64916 (2-set) (Min. $10)
1230 NANCY KELLY Live Jazz
AMHERST 93317
1231 STAN KENTON Live at the Sunset Ridge Country Club,
1976
MAGIC DAWE59
1232 GUS MANCUSO & Special Friends
FANTASY 24762
1233 GAP MANGIONE Stolen Moments
JOSH MUSIC 2004
1234 SHELLY MANNE & his Men at Blackhowk-Vol. 5
CONTEMPORARY OJCCD660
1235 At the Manne Hole-Vol. 1
CONTEMPORARY OJCCD714
1236 BILLY MAY(Comp.& cond)“Johnny Cool”soundtrack RYKO 10744
1237 CARMEN McRAE Carmen Sings Monk
NOVUS 3086
1238 JIMMY McRIFF Tribute to Basie
LASERLIGHT 17094
1239 CHARLES MINGUS Priceless Jazz
GRP 9877
1240 BOB MINTZER Big Band Camouflage DGTL MUSIC PROD 456
1241 HANK MOBLEY & his All Stars
BN 724383766826
1242 THELONIOUS MONK Orch. at Town Hall
RIV OJCCD135
1243 RED NICHOLS Chronological 1928-29
CLASSICS 1270
1244 JOHNNY NOCTURNE Band Wild & Cool
BULLSEYE 9586
1245 ART PEPPER Living Legend
CONTEMPORARY 1582
1246 OSCAR PETERSON Encore at the Blue Note
TELARC 83356
1247 SHORTY ROGERS Manteca Afro-Cuban Influence
BMG 54280
1248 Portrait of Shorty
RCA 743211611052
1249 SONNY ROLLINS The Sound of Sonny
DCC/RIV 1092
1250 WALLACE RONEY Obsession
MUSE 5423(cn)
1251 ANNIE ROSS Sings a Song with Mulligan
EMI/MAN 746852
1252 ARVELL SHAW & Swing Legacy All Stars
YALLOPIN’ 1001
1253 GEORGE SHEARING In Dixieland
CONCORD 4388
1254 JANIS SIEGEL Friday Night Special
TELARC 83566
1255 CAROL SLOANE The Songs Carmen Sang
CONCORD 4663
1256 The Songs Sinatra Sang
CONCORD 4725
1257 RICHARD STOLTZMAN & Woody Herman’s Thundering
Herd Ebony
RCA 6486-2-RC
1258 SUPERSAX Plays Bird
CAP 96264(hp)
1259 SWINGVILLE ALL STARS Memphis Blues
GTJ 10061(cn)
1260 DUANE TATRO Jazz for Moderns CONTEMP OJCCD1878(cn)
1261 CAL TJADER Both Sides of the Coin
CONCORD 4975(cc)
1262 MEL TORME Sings Fred Astaire
BETHLEHEM 79847(hp)
1263 Encore at Marty’s
DCC JAZZ 621
1264 & Friends Live at Marty’s
DCC JAZZ 631
1265 TRPTS (4 trumpets + rhythm) Transforming Traditions
JAZZ ALLIANCE 10009
1266 BIG JOE TURNER Jumpin’ with Joe
ALADDIN/IMP 99293
1267 BEN WEBSTER Soulville
VERVE 833551
1268 And Associates
VERVE 835254
1269 LEE WILEY A Touch of the Blues
RCA 74321903012
1270 LESTER YOUNG Prez Conferences
JASS 18
CD ANTHOLOGIES:
1271 ALLIGATOR RECORDS 25TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION
Koko Taylor, Lonnie Brooks, James Cotton, Floyd Dixon,
Professor Olonghair, etc. ALLIGATOR 110/11(2-set + 20 p bklt)
1272 CAPITOL SINGS GEORGE GERSHWIN Dorothy Donegan,
Margaret Whiting, Nat Cole, Ella Mae Morse, Jeri Southern, Julie
London, Peggy Lee, June Chnristy et al.
CAP 96792
1273 CLASSIC JAZZ FOR THE OPEN ROAD Chet Baker, Nat Cole,
Billlie, Pegy, Louis & Ella, Anita, etc.
TIME-LIFE R6122(2-set)
1274 CONCORD PICANTE 25TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION
Cal Tjader, Laurindo Almeida, Tito Puente, Monty Alexander,
Mongo Santamaria, Eddie Palmieri, et al
CONCORD 2269 (4 CDs + 40 p bklt in slipcase)
1275 GREAT COMPOSERS AT THE KEYBOARD Piano roll transcriptions by Joplin, Gershwin, Phil Ohman, Fred Rich et al.
FONE (Italy) 90F16
1276 AN IRVING BERLIN SONGBOOK Gets, Mulligan, Ralph Sutton,
Herb Ellis, Susannah McCorkle, Carol Sloane, Rosemary Clooney,
Charlie Byrd, George Van Eps.
CONCORD 45132
1277 SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS: SONGS OF WORLD WAR II
Sinatra, Bing, Nat Cole, Doris Day, H. James, Condon, Dolly Dawn,
Bea Wain, Glenn Miller, Bob Crosby et al. (27 tracks) V-DISC 1036
SECTION VII – VHS VIDEO TAPES (Min. bid $5.00)
1278 AT THE JAZZ BAND BALL (1925-1933) Film clips and shorts by
Duke, Boswells, Dorsey Bros, Louis, Bill Robinson, Bessie, Tommy
Christian, Ben Bernie, et al. 60 min.
YAZOO 514
1279 GENNETT RECORDS: CRADLE OF RECORDED JAZZ.
30-min. documentary
STARR-GENNETT FOUNDATION
1280 TIMES AIN’T LIKE THEY USED TO BE: EARLY RURAL &
POPULAR AMERICAN MUSIC. Film clips & shorts 1928-35 by
Jimmie Rodgers, Bob Wills, Jack Johnson’s Jazz Band, Ted Weems,
Elder Lightfoot, Solomon Michaux et al. 70 min.
YAZOO 512
SECTION VIII – 10” x 33 RPM LPs (Min. bid $5.00. See under 12” LP
heading for explanation of symbols).
1281 CHARLIE BARNET Plays Duke Ellington VI LPT3062 E+cs
1282 BLIND BLAKE 2nd Album of Bahamian Songs ART ALP4 E+wfc
1283 JIMMY BLYTHE South Side Blues Piano RIV RLP1031 E+ct/wfc
1284 DAVE BRUBECK Trio
(Red vinyl)FANTASY 3-2 E+
1285 BILLY BUTTERFIELD Classics in Jazz
CAP H424 Ecs
1286 CALIFORNIA RAMBLERS The Roaring Twenties
LONDON AL3516 E
1287 WILD BILL DAVISON Showcase
CIRCLE L405
E+
1288 PAUL DESMOND Desmond
(Red v)FANTASY 3-21 E+
1289 JON EARDLEY In Hollywood
NEW JAZZ 1105 E+ct
1290 Hey There, Jon Eardley! PRESTIGE 207 E(Sm surface tear ft cvr)
1291 ROY ELDRIDGE Battle of Jazz-Vol. 7 (1 side Sam Price
Blusicians)
BR BL 58045
E+
1292 DUKE ELLINGTON Elligtonia-Vol. 1
BR BL58002 E+wfc
1293 Ellingtonia-Vol. 2
BR BL58012
E+
1294 (Use this no. to block bid for Items 1292-93).
1295 Duke’s Mixture
CO CL2522
E+
1296 Washingtonians/Kentucky Club Orch. (1925-29)
TAX LP-5 N-(plain cover as issued)
1297 LEONARD FEATHER’s Swinging Swedes New Sounds from
Sweden-Vol. 1
PRESTIGE PRLP119 Ecs
1298 STAN GETZ Split Kick
ROOST LP423
Ecs
1299 DIZZY GILLESPIE Horn of Plenty BN 5017 E+(lbl fade 1st side)
1300 Dizzy Over Paris
ROOST 414
E+cs
1301 BENNY GOODMAN The Goodman Touch CAP H441
E+
1302 JOHNNY GUARNIERI Piano Stylings (1 side Bernie
Leighton)
EMARCY MG26018 Ecs/wrc
1303 LARS GULLIN New Sounds from Sweden-Vol. 2 (1 side Bengt
Hallberg)
PRESTIGE PRLP121 E+cs
1304 LIONEL HAMPTON Just Jazz Concert
DE DL7013 E+cs
1305 BOBBY HACKETT Horn A-Plenty
COM FL20016 E+(2” cover corner clip)
1306 BOB HELM Riverboat Roustabouts
RIV RLP2510 E+ct/wrc
1307 CHUBBY JACKSON The Small Herd (+ 2 tracks Bill Harris)
EMARCY MG26003 Ecs
1308 MILT JACKSON Quintet
PRESTIGE PRLP183 E+cs
1309 HERB JEFFRIES Flamingo
CORAL 56066 E+cs
1310 BUNK JOHNSON Plays the Blues and Spirituals
AMERICAN MUSIC 638 E1311 JAMES P. JOHNSON Early Harlem Piano (from piano rolls)
RIVERSIDE RLP1011 E+
1312 Early Harlem Piano-Vol. 2 (piano rolls)
RIV RLP1046 N-cs
1313 (Use this no. to block bid for Items 1311-12).
1314 New York Jazz
(DSM)STINSON SLP21 E+
1315 LEE KONITZ Quintet (1 side Lennie Tristano Quinatet)
PRESTIGE NJLP101 E(small surface tear front cover)
1316 YANK LAWSON Dixieland Jazz
RIV RLP2509 E+ct/wrc
1317 GEORGE LEWIS Jam Session PAX 6001 E+(rear cover signed
“Best wishes to you, George Lewis”)
1318 THE MISSOURIANS Harlem in the 20’s-Vol. 1 “X” LVA3020 N1319 MODERN JAZZ QUARTET MJQ PRESTIGE PRLP160 N-ct
1320 Modern Jazz Quartet PREST PRLP170 E+(sm sfc tear rear cover)
1321 JELLY ROLL MORTON Kings of Jazz LON AL3520 N-ct/wfc
1322 Rediscovered Solos
RIV RLP1018 E+wrc
1323 ROY PALMER & State St. Ramblers
LON AL3518
E
1324 TINY PARHAM Tiny Parham (1929-30)
OFC 25
E+
1325 South Side Jazz
RCA(Fr) 130.285 E+
1326 SAUTER-FINEGAN New Directions in Music VI LPM3115 E+
1327 JOHNNY SMITH Jazz at NBC feat. Getz ROOST RLP410 E
1328 RALPH SUTTON Ragtime Piano Solos DOWN HOME 1003 Ect
1329 THE SWINGING SWEDES (R. Ericson, Persson, Domnerus et al)
New Sounds from the Old World (1 side Johnny Dankworth’s
Cool Britons)
BN BLP5019
E+
1330 FATS WALLER & his Rhythm-Vol. 2
RCA(Fr) 130.208 E+(clear glassine overlay partially delaminated)
1331 The Amazing Mr. Waller-Vol. 1: Fats at the Organ
RIV RLP1021 E+ct/wrc
1332 The Amazing Mr. Waller-Vol. 2: Jiving with Fats
RIV RLP1022 E+ct/wrc
1333 (Use this no. to block bid for Items 1331-32).
1334 GEORGE WETTLING Jazz Band
CO CL2559 E+ct/cvr crease
1335 PAUL WHITEMAN Feat. Bix Beiderbecke
“X” LVA3040 E+ct/tiny surface tear front cover)
1336 CLARENCE WILLIAMS Orch. feat. King Oliver and/or Ed Allen
RIVERSIDE RLP1033 E+ct/wrc
1337 JOHNNY WITTWER Piano Rags, Stomps & Blues
STINSON SLP58 E+
1338 JIMMY YANCEY Lost Recording Date RIV RLP1028 E+ct/wrc
10” LP ANTHOLOGIES
1339 BOOGIE WOOGIE: CLASSIC BLUES ACCOMPANIMENTS
Meade Lux Lewis, Cripple Clarence Lofton, Leroy Garneett,
Dobby Bragg
RIV RLP1052 E+ct/wrc
1340 COLLECTOR’S ITEMS-VOL. 1 R. M. Jones, Parham-Pickett,
Parham, Clarence Williams.
RIV RLP1017 E+ct/wrc
1341 JAZZ POUR VOUS NO. 6: CLARINETTE NOUVELLE
ORLEANS Bechet, Albert Nicholas, Bigard, Mezzrow, Luter,
Sedric, Herb Hall, Andre Reweliotty POP(Fr) CBM60.020 N-hc
1342 NEW ORLEANS HORNS King Oliver, Chas. Matson, Freddie
Keppard, Bernie Young bands.
LONDON AL3509 E
1343 RAGTIME PIANO ROLL James Scott, Tom Turpin, Joseph Lamb,
Scott Joplin
LONDON AL3515 E+wrc
1344 RAGTIME PIANO ROLL-VOL. 2 One track by Joplin, rest by
unknown pianists.
LONDON AL3523
E+
1345 (Use this no. to block bid for Items 1343-44).
SECTION IX – 12” x 33 RPM LPSs (Min. bid $5.00)
Minimum bid for multi-record sets is $4.00 x number of records in set.
The following symbols are used in this section:
(dg) = deep groove label
(DJ) = Disc-jockey copy. The indication may be on the label, cover, or
both.
(DSM) preceding record catalog number indicates cover art by
David Stone Martin.
(S) preceding record catalog number indicates Stereo (including
re-channeled mono), but usually used only when it has
significance, latter-day recordings being assumed stereo.
(*) preceding CAP record catalog number indicates aqua label.
(*) preceding CO catalog no. indicates red & black “6-Eye” label.
(*) preceding EMARCY catalog number indicates drummer label.
(*) preceding IMPULSE catalog number indicates orange label.
(*) preceding PRESTIGE catalog number = yellow Bergenfield label.
(*) preceding ROULETTE catalog number indicates pinwheel label.
(*) preceding VERVE catalog number indicates trumpet label.
(*) preceding VI catalog number indicates black label with dog logo.
In lower case following condition code, the following symbols are used
to describe cover conditions:
cc = corner of cover clipped or notched
cs = cover split (not repaired)
ct = cover tape repaired
hc = hole punched in cover
rw = ring wear on cover
sfc = sticker on front cover
sol = sticker on label
src = sticker on rear cover
wfc = writing on front cover
wol = writing on label
wrc = writing on rear cover
1346 CANNONBALL ADDERLEY Jazz Workshop Revisited
(S)RIV RS9444 Ecs
1347 BERNARD ADDISON All Stars (Pete Brown) High in a
Basement
“77” LA12/8 N-(labels reversed)
1348 BILL ALLRED Reedy Creek Romp! (S)REEDY CREEK 101 N-wrc
1349 ERNIE ANDREWS Sings from the Heart DISCOV DS825 E+
1350 ANGLO-AMERICAN ALLIANCE/ALL STARS (Sudhalter,
John R.T. Davies) Sweet & Hot
REGAL(Eng) 2076 N-wrc
1351 Sudhalter & Son
“77” LEU12/25
N1352 Sudhalter & Son-Vol. 2
“77” LEU12/28 N-cs
1353 LOUIS ARMSTRONG (& Duke) Armstrong/Ellington
(S)*ROULETTE SR52074 N-wrc
1354 (& Bing) Havin’ Fun!
SOUNDS RARE SR5009 N-wrc
1355 (& Bing) More Fun!
SOUNDS RARE SR5010 N-wrc
1356 AUSTRALIAN JAZZ QUINTET Selections of Rodgers &
Hammerstein
dgBETHLEHEM BCP6022 E+
1357 EDDIE BACCUS Feel Real
dg(S)SMASH SRS67029 E+hc
1358 PEARL BAILEY A Broad
(dgBlk)ROULETTE R25012
E+
1359 PAUL BARBARIN Bourbon St. Bear SOUTHLAND 237 N-wrc
1360 GRAEME BELL In Holland
(S)SEA HORSE SHL004 N-wrc
1361 Jazz
(S)SEA HORSE SHL002 N-wrc
1362 ROGER BELL & his Pagan Pipers
“77” LEU12/12 E+ct
1363 EUBIE BLAKE Reunion in Ragtime (Joe Jordan, Charles
Thompson)
(S)STEREODDITIES C1900 E+hc
1364 SHARKEY BONANO At the Roundtable (S)ROUL SR25112 N1365 & his Kings of Dixieland
SOUTHLAND SLP222 N1366 CLEA BRADFORD Now
MAINSTREAM 56042 E+
1367 PETE BROWN From the Heart
VERVE V8365 N-ct/wrc
1368 RAYMOND BURKE Clarinet New Orleans Style (1 side
Pinky Vidacovich)
SOUTHLAND LP227 E+ct/wrc
1369 JOE BUSHKIN & his Rhythm (1 side Teddy Wilson Sextet)
RONDOLETTE 845 E+cs
1370 CHARLIE BYRD Blues for Night People dgSAV MG12116 N-wrc
1371 JACKIE CAIN & ROY KRAL Bits & Pieces ABC-PARA 163 E+cs
1372 East of Suez
(S)CONCORD 149
E+
1373 BETTY CARTER The Modern Sound of …dgABC-PARA 363 E
1374 PAPA CELESTIN & his N.O. Ragtime Band STHLND 225 N-wrc
1375 DOC CHEATHAM Doc & Sammy (Price)
(S)SACKVILLE 3013 N-cc/rw
1376 (& Price) Black Beauty
SACKVILLE 3029 E+wrc
1377 JUNE CHRISTY Uncollected…1946
HINDSIGHT 219
N1378 Uncollected…Vol. 2 (1957)
HINDSIGHT 235
N1379 BUCK CLAYTON with Humphrey Lyttelton’s Band Le Vrai
Buck Clayton
“77” LEU12/11
E+
1380 Le Vrai Buck Clayton-Vol. 2
“77” LEU12/18
E+
1381 (Use this no. to block bid for Items 1379-80).
1382 KID SHEIK COLA (& Capt. John Handy) In the Groove with
Barry Martyn’s Ragtime Band
“77” LEU12/15
N1383 BILL COLEMAN Three Generation Jam (S)“77” LEU12/34 E+
1384 KEN COLYER The Real Ken Colyer
“77” LEU12/10 N1385 LARRY CONGER’s Two Rivers Jazz Band Carolina Jazz
(S)SOLO 56-6385 N-wrc
1386 Sailing Along
(S)SOLO S-102 N-wrc
1387 Low Country Jazz
(S)SOLO S-104
N-wrc
1388 SHERI CONNER with Jim Beebe’s Jazz All Stars
Last of the Red Hot Mamas
(S)JAZZOLOGY J-98 N-wrc
1389 CHRIS CONNOR He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not
(S)(Grn/blue dg)ATLANTIC 1240 N-hc
1390 JACKIE COON Jazzin’ Around
(S)SEA BREEZE 1009
N1391 EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS (& Johnny Griffin)
Griff and Lock
(dgOrange)JAZZLAND JLP42
N1392 WILD BILL DAVISON The Individualism of…
SAVOY SJL2229 N-src(2-set) (front cover signed by
Davison with the trumpet flourish)
1393 DORIS DAY Hooray for Hollywood-Vol. 1 (S)*CO CS8066
E+
1394 BUDDY DeFRANCO Buddy DeFranco
MGM E3396
E+
1395 DUKE ELLINGTON & BILLY STRAYHORN (piano duets)
Great Times!
RIVERSIDE OJC-108 N1396 DON ELLIOTT The Voices of…
ABC-PARA 190
N1397 BILL EVANS Trio at Shelly’s Manne-Hole RIV OJC-263
N1398 Trio with Symphony Orch.
VERVE(Fr) 2304525
N1399 DOC EVANS Dixieland Concert
SOMA MG100
E+ct
1400 Dixieland Encore
SOMA MG1208 E+wrc
1401 Dixieland Concert-Vol. 1
SOMA MG1209 N-wrc
1402 Dixieland Concert-Vol. 2
SOMA MG1210 N-wrc
1403 Dixieland Concert-Vol. 3
SOMA MG1211 N-wrc
1404 (Use this no. to block bid for Items 1401-03).
1405 DON EWELL Live at the 100 Club
(S)“77” SEU12/42 N-(rear cover signed by Ewell)
1406 LEONARD FEATHER’s West Coast & East Coast Stars
West Coast vs. East Coast: A Battle of Jazz dgMGM E3390 E+
1407 LENNIE FELIX (P solos) In his Stride
“77” LEU12/22
N1408 ELLA FITZGERALD (& Count Basie)
A Perfect Match
(S)PABLO D2312110 N
1409 TOMMY FLANAGAN Ballads & Blues
(S)INNER CITY 3029 N-(cover corner bend)
1410 PAPA FRENCH & his N.O. Jazz Band A Night at Dixieland Hall
NOBILITY 702 E+(rear cover signed by 6 band members)
1411 JIM GALLOWAY Three Is Company (Wellstood)
(S)SACKVILLE 2007 N-cc
1412 The Metro Stompers
(S)SACKVILLE 4002
N1413 Thou Swell feat. Jay McShann
(S)SACKVILLE 4011
E+
1414 ERROLL GARNER Greatest Garner (dgBlk)ATLANTIC 1227 E+
1415 HERB GELLER Fire in the West
JUBILEE 1044
E+cs
1416 JOHNNY GUARNIERI Echoes of Ellington
SOUNDS GREAT 5001 N-wrc
1417 BOBBY HACKETT What a Wonderful World
(S)FLYING DUTCHMAN 10159 N1418 AL HAIG Piano Interpretation
(S)SEABREEZE 1001 N1419 HERB HALL Old Tyme Modern
(S)SACKVILLE 3003 N-wrc
1420 CHICO HAMILTON Further Adventures of El Chico
*IMPULSE AS8114 N1421 Quintet feat. Buddy Collette
dgBlkWORLD PAC WP1209 N-cs
1422 Trio Introducing Freddy Cambrell dgBlkWORLD PAC PJ1242 N-ct
1423 The Original CH Quintet
dgBlkWORLD PAC WP1287 E+cs
1424 SLIDE HAMPTON & his Horn of Plenty
dg(S)STRAND SLS1006 E+(moderate moisture damage rear cvr)
1425 CAPT. JOHN HANDY Handyman-Vol. 1 “77” LEU12.16 N-wrc
1426 KEN HANNA Jazz Dance Date
GOLDEN ERA 15040 E+
1427 BILL HARDMAN Politely
(S)MUSE MR5184 N
1428 CLANCYHAYES Dixieland Band (Bill Rank, Art Hodes)
AUDIO FIDELITY AFLP1937 E+
1429 (& Salty Dogs) Oh! By Jingo!
“77” LA12/30
N1430 ERWIN HELFER Plays Chicago Piano
RED BEANS 010 N1431 EARL HINES Spontaneous Explorations
STATESIDE(Eng) SL10116 N-wrc
1432 ART HODES South Side Memories
SACKVILLE 3032
E+
1433 THE HOT FROGS A Touch of Class
RIBBET 13681 N1434 Hollywood
RIBBET 11705 N-wrc
1435 On the Road
RIBBET 4905 N-wrc
1436 Hot Frogs Ride Again!
RIBBET 4382 N-wrc
1437 ARMAND HUG & his N. O. Dixielanders (1 side Eddie Miller’s
New Orleans Rhythm Pals)
SOUTHLAND SLP221 N1438 FRED HUNT (P & rhythm) Pearls on Velvet “77” LEU12/27 E+
1439 ILLINOIS JACQUET Jacquet’s Got It! ATLANTIC 81816 N-cc
1440 JAZZ RENAISSANCE QUARTET (Hank D’Amico, George
Barnes, Billy Bauer)
dgMERCURY MG20605 N-hc
1441 THOMAS JEFFERSON New Orleans at Midnight
SOUTHLAND 229 N-ct/wrc
1442 New Orleans Creole Jazz Band
SOUTHLAND 234
N-wrc
1443 Dreaming on the River to N.O.
SOUTHLAND 238
N-wrc
1444 BUDDY JOHNSON Go Ahead & Rock
dg(Pinwheel)ROULETTE R25085 E+
1445 CARMELL JONES Jay Hawk Talk (Blue Bgnfld)PREST 7401 E+
1446 ETTA JONES From the Heart
(Blue Bgnfld)PREST 7214 N1447 NICK LaROCCA Dixieland Jazz Band SOUTHLAND 230 N-wrc
1448 YUSEF LATEEF Suite 16
(S)(Grn/or)ATLANTIC 1563
N1449 Hush ‘n’ Thunder
(S)(Grn/or)ATLANTIC 1635
N1450 LIEBER-STOLLER Big Band Yakety Yak
(Orange/purple)ATLANTIC 8047 N-hc
1451 GEORGE LEWIS Live Concert (Calif., 1954)
SAGA(Eng) ERO8010 E+wrc
1452 HUMPHREY LYTTELTON In Canada SACKVILLE 3033 N1453 WINGY MANONE The Wildest Horn in Town
(DJ)IMPERIAL 9093 E+(small surface tear front cover)
1454 GENE MAY’s Dixieland Rhythm Kings Down South
RED ONION 3 N1455 GEN. DOUGLAS MacARTHUR Nationalism Is Patriotism
Distributed by the Christian Nationalist Crusade, the rev. is a talk by
Gerald L.K. Smith, director of the CNC. The first few grooves of
this side are ripped. Each side bears a photo of the speaker.
In plain sleeve.
E+
1456 DAVE McKENNA By Myself
(S)SHIAH MK-1 E+(front
cover inscribed to previous owner by McKenna).
1457 MARIAN McPARTLAND At the Hickory House SAVOY SJL248
N-(2-set) (inside cover inscribed to prev. owner by McPartland)
1458 JAY McSHANN Man from Muskogee (S)SACKVILLE 3005 N-ct
1459 (& Buddy Tate) Crazy Legs & Friday Strut (S)SACKVILLE 3011 N1460 Tribute to Fats Waller
(S)SACKVILLE 3019 E+
1461 Kansas City Hustle
(S)SACKVILLE 3021 E+
1462 Just a Lucky So and So
(S)SACKVILLE 3035 N1463 EDDIE MILLER & his Orch. 1944-45
HINDSIGHT 225
N1464 TURK MURPHY At the Roundtable
dg*ROUL 25076 E+wrc
1465 Music for Wise Guys & Boosters…
dg*ROUL 25088 E+wrc
1466 NEW HARLEM (Melbourne, 1981) Live Before a Recorded
Audience
(S)YPRX(Aus) 1890 N-wrc
1467 RED NORVO Trio with Farlow & Mingus
SAVOY SJL2212 N-(2-set)
1468 ORIGINAL TUXEDO “JASS” BAND (Albert French, Frog
Joseph, Barbarin et al, Germany 1964)
SABA SB15047
N1469 JIMMY OWENS-KENNY BARRON Quintet You Had
Better Listen
(Orange/purple)ATLANTIC 1491
N1470 CHARLIE PARKER Echoes of an Era (6 x Bird/Diz group, 7 x
Miles/Bird grp, 7 x Diz group) (S)ROULETTE RE105 N-(2-set)
1471 SAMMY PRICE Sweet Substitute
(S)SACKVILLE 3024
E+
1472 ALTON PURNELL with Barry Martyn’s Band
It’s the Talk of the Town
(S)”77” SEU12/44
E+
1473 GENE QUILL 3 Bones & a Quill
ROOST 2229 E+
1474 SUN RA Sun Song
DELMARK DS411 N1475 RED ROSE RAGTIME BAND Hot Jazz,Blues & Ragtime
RED ROSE 101 N-(rear cover signed by 5 band members)
1476 JOHNNY RICHARDS Walk Softly-Run Wild dgCRL 57304 E+ct
1477 My Fair Lady-My Way
(S)ROULETTE SR52114 N-cs
1478 MAX ROACH It’s Time
(S)ABC-IMPULSE AS-16 E+
1479 PEE WEE RUSSELL The Individualism of…
SAVOY SJL2228 N-(2-set)
1480 RUSSIAN JAZZ QUARTET
(S)IMPULSE AS-80 N1481 SACKVILLE ALL STARS (McShann, Tate, Jim Galloway)
Saturday Night Function
SACKVILLE 3028 E+src
1482 (Jim Galloway, Ralph Sutton) All Star Christmas Record
SACKVILLE 3038
N1483 SAINTS & SINNERS (Herman Autrey, Vic Dickenson, et al)
“77” LA12/31
N1484 SAN DIEGO JAZZ CLUB (John Best, Hucko, Eddie Miller,
Guarnieri, Louise Tobin voc on 2) Plays the Siound of Jazzz
SAN DIEGO JAZZ CLUB 22477 E+
1485 SAUTER-FINEGAN The Sound of…
VI LPM1009
E+
1486 BOB SCOBEY The Great…Vol. 1
(S)JANSCO 6250
N1487 BOBBY SCOTT The Compleat Mucician (Or/purp)ATL 1341 N1488 TOM SHEA (P solos) Little Wabash Special (S)STMP OFF 1022 N1489 FRANK SINATRA The Voice
*CO CL743 E+cs/wrc
1490 KEITH SMITH With George Lewis Jazz Band & Jimmy
Archey’s Hot Six
“77” LEU12/17 N-cs
1491 WILLIE THE LION SMITH & DON EWELL
Grand Piano Duets
(S)SACKVILLE 2004 N1492 DOC SOUCHON & his Milneburg Boys STHLAND 231 N-wrc
1493 JERI SOUTHERN Southern Hospitality
DE DL8761 N-cs/hc
1494 JO STAFFORD (& Art Van Damme Quiantet) Once Over
Lightly
*CO CL968 E+ct
1495 JOE SULLIVAN At the Piano
SHOESTRING 104
N1496 RALPH SUTTON Suttonly (S)SOLO S-103 E+(front cover
signed by Sutton)
1497 Piano Solos
SACKVILLE 2012 E+
1498 On Sunnie’s Side of the Street (Braff)
(S)(No label name) CD501S E+ct/wrc
1499 BUDDY TATE (& Bob Wilber) Sherman Shuffle SACKVL 3017 N1500 JACK TEAGARDEN Big “T” & the Condon Gang
PUMPKIN 106 N1501 With his Sextet & Condon’s Chicagoans
PUMPKIN 115 N1502 At the Roundtable
dg*ROULETTE R250091 E+wrc
1503 (& Hackett) Hywd Bowl Oncert SHOESTRING 102 N-rw/wrc
1504 In Concert (Seattle, 1958)
SOUNDS 1203 N-wrc
1505 Accent on Trombone
dgURANIA UJ1205 E+ct
1506 CLARK TERRY C. T. Meets Monk (S)RIVERSIDE RS3009 E+
1507 BRUCE TURNER Jumpin at the NFT
“77” LEU12-2
E+
1508 BIG JOE TURNER Early Big Joe 1940-44
MCA 1325
N1509 JOE VENUTI (& Lang, Rollini) Hell’s Bells & Hallelujah
REGAL(Eng) REG1076 N1510 PINKY VIDACOVICH Dixieland from the Southland
SOUTHLAND 228 N-wrc
1511 DICK WELLSTOOD & his Hot Potatoes feat. Kenny Davern
SEEDS 3
N-wrc
1512 WIDESPREAD DEPRESSION ORCH. Downtown Uproar
(S)STASH 203 N-wrc
1513 Boogie in the Barnyard
(S)STASH 206 N-wrc
1514 Time to Jump and Shout
(S)STASH 212 N-wrc
1515 TEDDY WILSON Sextet “B” Flat Swing JAZZ ARCH 28
N1516 JERRI WINTERS Winters Again
PARKER PLP808
N1517 MARTHA WRIGHT Censored (Red vinyl)dgJUBILEE 1028 E+ct
1518 Love, Honor & All that Jazz
*VI LPM2096 E+ct
12” LP ANTHOLOGIES, ETC.
1519 “BLONDIE” Two half-hour undated radio bdcsts MARK-56 624 N1520 GIANTS OF TRADITIONAL JAZZ Bechet, Mutt Carey, Wild Bill
Davison, Ed Hall, Marsala, Condon grps SAVOY 2251 N-wrc(2-set)
1521 JAZZ GREATS Hackett, Hines, Braff, T. Wilson, Jonah Jones,
Buddy Tate, Condon, etc.. (S)RADIO SHACK 50-6010 N-cs/wrc
1522 JAZZ WOMEN Lovie Austin, Ida Cox, Ma Rainey, Memphis Minnie,
Mary Lou, Ina Ray, Valaida Snow, Lil Armstrong, Donegan,
Una Maae Carlisle et al.
STASH ST109 N-wrc(2-set)
1523 VIOLIN-SUMMIT 1966 Basel concert with Stuff Smith, Grappelly,
Jean-luc Ponty, Svend Asmussen.
(S)SABA(Ger) 15699ST N1524 WHEN RADIO WAS KING Two wartime radio episodes: “Jack
Armstrong” and “Terry and the Pirates” MEMORABILIA 723 N- END -
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