BILL EVANS - THE WAY TO PLAY - DISCOGRAPHY                                                                                                      
 
Bill Evans Trio:  Bill Evans, p; Teddy Kotick, b; Paul Motian, d.
New York, September 11/27, 1956
 
I LOVE YOU
FIVE
CONCEPTION
EASY LIVING
DISPLACEMENT
SPEAK LOW
OUR DELIGHT
NO COVER, NO MINIMUM (TAKE 2)
I GOT IT BAD AND THAT AIN’T GOOD -   ( PIANO SOLO)
WALTZ FOR DEBBY (PIANO SOLO)
MY ROMANCE            (PIANO SOLO)
 
Bill Evans Trio:  Bill Evans, p; Sam Jones, b; Philly Joe Jones, d.
New York, December 15, 1958
 
MINORITY
YOUNG AND FOOLISH
NIGHT AND DAY
OLEO
TENDERLY
WHAT IS THERE TO SAY
PEACE PIECE (PIANO - SOLO)
LUCKY TO BE ME (PIANO- SOLO)
EPILOGUE (PIANO - SOLO)
 
 
Bill Evans - Bob Brookmeyer Group :  Bill Evans, Bob Brookmeyer, p; Percy Heath, b, Connie Kay, d.
New York, March 12, 1959
 
HONEYSUCKLE ROSE
AS TIME GOES BY
THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT
IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU
THE MAN I LOVE
I GOT RHYTHM
 
Bill Evans Trio:  Bill Evans, p; Scott La Faro, b; Paul Motian, d.
New York, December 28, 1959
 
PERI’S SCOPE
WITCHCRAFT
SPRING IS HERE
WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE ?
COME RAIN OR COME SHINE
BLUE IN GREEN (TAKE 3)
AUTUMN LEAVES
SOMEDAY MY PRINCE WILL COME
WHEN I FALL IN LOVE
 
Bill Evans Trio:  Bill Evans, p; Scott La Faro, b; Paul Motian, d.  Live “Birdland”, New York, March 12, 1960
 
AUTUMN LEAVES
OUR DELIGHT
BEAUTIFUL LOVE/FIVE
 
Personnel and venue as above
April 30, 1960
 
COME RAIN OR COME SHINE
BLUE IN GREEN
 
Bill Evans Trio :  Bill Evans, p; Scott La Faro, b; Paul Motian, d.
New York, February 2, 1961
 
ISRAEL
HAUNTED HEART
BEAUTIFUL LOVE
ELSA
NARDIS
HOW DEEP IS THE OCEAN
I WISH I KNEW
SWEET AND LOVELY
 
Bill Evans Trio:  Bill Evans, p; Scott  La Faro, b; Paul Motian, d.
Live “Village Vanguard”, New York, June 25, 1961
 
 
MY FOOLISH HEART
MY ROMANCE
SOME OTHER TIME
SOLAR
GLORIA’S STEP
MY MAN’S GONE NOW
ALL OF YOU
ALICE IN WONDERLAND
MILESTONES
DETOUR AHEAD
WALTZ FOR DEBBY
JADE VISIONS
 



MILES DAVIS - THE ESSENTIAL MILES - DISCOGRAPHY
 

 
Miles Davis Septet :  Miles Davis, tp; J.J. Johnson, tb; Lucky Thompson, ts; Horace Silver, p; Percy Heath, b;  Kenny Clarke, d.
Hackensack, N.J.
April 29, 1954
 
569          WALKIN’
 
Miles Davis Quintet :  Miles Davis, tp; Sonny Rollins, ts; Horace Silver, p; Percy Heath, b; Kenny Clarke, d.
Hackensack, N.J.
June 29, 1954
 
591          OLEO
 
Miles Davis All Stars :  Miles Davis, tp; Milt Jackson, vib; Thelonious Monk, p; Percy Heath, b; Kenny Clarke, d.
Hackensack, N.J.
December 24, 1954
 
672-2       BAGS’ GROOVE
 
Miles Davis Quintet :  Miles Davis, tp; John Coltrane, ts; Red Garland, g; Paul Chambers, b; Philly Joe Jones, d.
New York, October 27, 1955
 
CO 54130.4/5 - AH-LEU-CHA
CO 54133-6 - BUDO
 
Miles Davis Quintet :  Same personnel as above
New York, November 15, 1955
814          STABLEMATES
 
 
 
 
                                                                                                                                                                                -2-
Miles Davis Quintet :  Same personnel as above.
New York, May 11, 1956
 
896          IT NEVER ENTERED MY MIND
899          FOUR
 
Miles Davis Quintet:  Same personnel as above
New York, September 10, 1956
 
CO 56584-2            ALL OF YOU
CO 56586-1            ‘ROUND ABOUT MIDNIGHT
 
Miles Davis, ts; Red Garland, p; Paul Chambers, b; Philly Joe Jones, d.
New York, October 26, 1956
 
1006        MY FUNNY VALENTINE
 
Miles Davis with Orchestra under the direction of Gil Evans :  Miles Davis, flh; Ernie Royal, Bernie Glow, Louis Mucci, Taft Jordan, Johnny Carisi, tp; Frank Rehak, Jimmy Cleveland, Joe Bennett, tb; Tom Mitchell, b-tb; Willie Ruff, Tony Miranda, frh, Bill Barber, tu; Romeo Penque, fl, cl, oboe, Sid Cooper, fl, cl, Lee Konitz, as; Danny Bank, b-cl; Paul Chambers, b; Art Taylor, d; Gil Evans, arr.cond.
New York, May 6, 1957
 
CO 57917-10/11 - THE MAIDS OF CADIZ
CO 57918 - 1/3/8     THE DUKE
 
Same personnel as above
New York, May 10, 1957
 
CO 57933-7/10 - MY SHIP
CO 57934-11/15 - MILES AHEAD
 
Same personnel as above, but Jimmy Buffington, frh, replaces Tony Miranda
New York, May 23, 1957
 
CO 58017 -2/11/12 - NEW RHUMBA
CO 58018 - 4   -  BLUES FOR PABLO
CO 58019 - 7   -  SPRINGSVILLE
                                              
                                                                                                                                                                                                -3-
 
Same personnel as above, but Tony Miranda, frh, Eddie Caine, fl, cl replace Jimmy Buffington and Sid Cooper, add Wynton Kelly, p.
New York, May 27, 1957
 
CO58033 - 3/5/8 - I DON’T WANNA BE KISSED BY ANYONE BUT YOU
CO 58171 -             THE MEANING OF THE BLUES
CO 58173 -             LAMENT
 
Miles Davis Sextet :  Miles Davis, ts; Julian “Cannonball” Adderley, as; John Coltrane, ts;  Red Garland, p; Paul Chambers, b; Philly Joe Jones, d.
New York, February 4, 1958
 
CO 60199               TWO BASS HIT
CO 60201               STRAIGHT NO CHASER
CO 60202               MILESTONES
 
Same personnel as above, but omit Red Garland, Miles Davis plays piano.
New York, March 4, 1958
 
CO 60203-1            DR. JACKLE
CO 60204-1            SID’S AHEAD
 
Miles Davis Sextet :  Miles Davis, tp; Julian “Cannonball” Adderley, as; John Coltrane, ts; Bill Evans, p, Paul Chambers, b; Jimmy Cobb, d.
New York, May 26, 1958
 
CO 61165-3            ON GREEN DOLPHIN STREET
CO 61166-2            FRAN-DANCE
 
Miles Davis with Orchestra under the direction of Gil Evans:  Miles Davis, flh; Ernie Royal, Bernie Glow, Johnny Coles; Louis Mucci, tp; Dick Hixon, Frank Rehak, Jimmy Cleveland, Joe Bennett, tb;  Willie Ruff, Julius Watkins, Gunther Schuller, Frh; Bill Barber, tu; Phil Bodner, Romeo Penque, fl, cl; Cannonball Adderley, as; Danny Bank, bcl, fl; Paul Chambers, b; Philly Joe Jones, d; Gil Evans, arr. cond.
New York, July 22, 1958
 
CO 61300-4            MY MAN’S GONE NOW
CO 61301-8            GONE, GONE, GONE
CO 61302-6            GONE
 
 
 
                                                                                                                                                                                                -4-
 
Same personnel as above, but Jimmy Cobb, d, replaces Philly Joe Jones.
New York, July 29, 1958
 
CO 61359-5            HERE COMES THE HONEYMAN
CO 61360-5            BESS, YOU IS MY WOMAN NOW
CO 61361-3            IT AIN’T NECESSARILY SO
CO 61362-1            FISHERMAN, STRAWBERRY AND DEVIL CRAB
 
Same personnel as above, but Miles Davis plays tp, (-1) Jerome Richardson, fl, cl replaces Phil Bodner.
New York, August 4, 1958
 
CO 61366-2            PRAYER (OH, DOCTOR JESUS)
CO 61367-6            BESS, OH WHERE’S MY BESS
CO 61368-5            BUZZARD SONG
CO 61421-1            SUMMERTIME (-1)
CO 61422-5            THERE’S A BOAT THAT’S LEAVING SOON FOR NEW YORK
 
Same personnel as above
New York, August 18, 1958
 
CO 61423-1A         I LOVES YOU PORGY
 
Miles Davis Sextet:  Miles Davis, tp; Cannonball Adderley,as; John Coltrane, ts; Wynton Kelly (-1), Bill Evans (-2), p; Paul Chambers, b; Jimmy Cobb, d.
New York, March 2, 1959
 
CO 62290-4            FREDDIE FREELOADER (-1)
CO 622991-3          SO WHAT (-2)
CO 62292-6            BLUE IN GREEN (-2, no as)
 
Miles Davis Sextet:  Miles Davis, tp; Cannonball Adderley, as;  John Coltrane, ts; Bill Evans, p; Paul Chambers, b; Jimmy Cobb, d.
New York, April 22, 1959
 
CO 62293-6            FLAMENCO SKETCHES
CO 62294-1            ALL BLUES
 
 
 
                                                                                                                                                                                                -5-
 
Miles Davis with Orchestra under the direction of Gil Evans, Miles Davis, tp, flh; Ernie Royal, Bernie Glow, Louis Mucci, Taft Jordan, tp; Dick Hixon, Frank Rehak, tb; Jimmy Buffington, John Barrows, Earl Chapin, Frh, Jimmy McAllister, tu; Al Block, Eddie Caine, fl, Romeo Penque, oboe, Harold Feldman, oboe, cl; Danny Bank, bcl, Jack Knitzer, bassoon; Janet Putnam, harp; Paul Chambers, b; Jimmy Cobb, d; Gil Evans, arr. cond.
New York, November 20, 1959
 
CO 63971               CONCIERTO DE ARANJUEZ
 
Miles Davis, Ernie Royal, Bernie Glow, Johnny Coles, tp; Dick Hixon, Frank Rehak, tb; Joe Singer, Tony Miranda, Jimmy Buffington, frh; Bill Barber, tu; Al Block, Harold Feldman, fl; Romeo Penque, oboe; Danny Bank, bcl; Jack Knitzer, bassoon, Janet Putnam, harp; Paul Chambers, b; Jimmy Cobb, d. Elvin Jones, unknown, perc; Gil Evans, arr. cond.
New York, March 10, 1960
 
CO 64558-2            THE PAN PIPER
 
Prob. Add Louis Mucci, tp; same date
 
CO 64560               SOLEA
CO 64561-2            WILL O’ THE WISP
CO 64562               SAETA  
 




JOHN LEE HOOKER - MOTOR CITY BLUES MASTER - DISCOGRAPHY
 
DISC ONE: BOOGIE CHILLEN
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit. November 3, 1948
 
B7005 SHE WAS IN CHICAGO
B7006 BOOGIE CHILLEN
 
Texas Slim (-1) or John Lee Cooker
John Lee Hooker, voc, g.
Detroit, circa December 1948
 
K-5590 STOMP BOOGIE (-1)
K-5591 WHO’S BEEN JIVING YOU
K-5592 BLACK MAN BLUES (-1)
 
Delta John (-1) or Birmingham Sam & his
Magic Guitar
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, 1948/49
 
D1102 HELPLESS BLUES (-1)
D1104 GOIN’ MAD BLUES (-1)
D1106 LOW DOWN - MIDNITE BOOGIE
D1107 LANDING BLUES
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, February 18, 1949
 
B7007 DRIFTING FROM DOOR
TO DOOR
B7008-B HOBO BLUES
B7011 HOWLIN’ WOLF
B7012 CRAWLING KING SNAKE
 
Johnny Williams
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, 1949
 
MISS ROSIE MAE
HIGHWAY BLUES
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g, whistling (-1)
Detroit, 1949
 
B7033 WHISTLIN’ AND MOANIN’
BLUES (-1)
B7036-B HOOGIE BOOGIE
(INSTRUMENTAL)
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; Eddie Burns, hca
Detroit, 1949
 
B7039-B MISS ELOISE, MISS ELOISE
 
Texas Slim
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit circa August 1949
 
K-5769 NIGHTMARE BLUES
K-5770-3 LATE LAST NIGHT
K-5771 WANDERING BLUES
 
Texas Slim or John Lee Cooker (-1)
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, circa August 1949
 
K-5772 DON’T GO BABY
K-5773 DEVIL’S JUMP
K-5774 I’M GONNA KILL THAT WOMAN
DISC TWO: HUCKLE UP BABY
 
Texas Slim or John Lee Cooker (-1)
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, circa August 1949
 
K-5775-2 MOANING BLUES
K-5776 THE NUMBERS
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, 1949
 
B7053-B WEEPING WILLOW BOOGIE
FORGIVE ME
SOMETIME
 
Texas Slim
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, circa September 1949
 
K-5790 HEART TROUBLE BLUES
K-5791 SLIM’S STOMP (INSTRUMENTAL)
                                                                                                                                                        
The Boogie Man
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, 1948/49
 
JB1403 MORNING BLUES
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, 1949
 
JB1460 BOOGIE AWHILE
JB1461 TUESDAY EVENING BLUES
 
John Lee Booker
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, circa 1949
 
U1948 MISS LORRAINE
U1949 TALKIN’ BOOGIE
U1986 I LOVE TO BOOGIE
 
The Boogie Man (-1) or John L. Booker
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; James Watkins, p;
Curtis Foster, d
Detroit, 1949
 
JB1404 DO THE BOOGIE (-1)
U 2060 609 BOOGIE
U 2061 ROAD TROUBLE
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, February 27, 1950
 
B8010 NO FRIEND AROUND
(T.B.’S KILLIN’ ME)
B8011 WEDNESDAY EVENING
B8013 PLAYIN’ THE RACES
B8014 HUCKLE UP BABY
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; James Watkins, p (-1)
Detroit, February 27, 1950
 
B8017 LET YOUR DADDY RIDE (-1)
SHE LEFT ME BY MYSELF
NO MORTGAGE ON MY SOUL (-1)
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, April 28, 1950
 
B8035 MY BABY’S GOT SOMETHIN’
 
DISC THREE: QUEEN BEE
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, April 28, 1950
 
B8036 DECORATION DAY BLUES
B8037 I GOTTA BE COMIN’ BACK
CRYING ALL NIGHT
COME BACK BABY
I DON’T BE WELCOME HERE
TURNIN’ GRAY BLUES
THE STORY OF A MARRIED WOMAN
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, 1950
 
B8047 IT’S A CRIME AND A SHAME
THROW THIS OLD DOG A BONE
B8049 JUST LIKE A WOMAN
MOON IS RISING
 
Texas Slim
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, circa August 1950
 
K-5890-2 THINKING BLUES
K-5891-1 DON’T YOU REMEMBER ME
 
John Lee Booker
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, 1950
 
U60 MAD MAN BLUES
U61 HEY BOOGIE (INSTRUMENTAL)
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, November 1950
 
B9002 QUEEN BEE
CAN I SAY HELLO
 
Johnny Williams
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, 1950
 
HOUSE RENT BOOGIE
 
Johnny Williams or John Lee (-1)
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, 1951
 
BL1 QUESTIONNAIRE BLUES
BL2 REAL GONE GAL
BL4 MY DADDY WAS A JOCKEY
BL7-1 CATFISH (-1)
 
John Lee Booker (-1) or John L. Hooker
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; Eddie Kirkland, g (-2)
Detroit, circa April 1951
 
U7326 LOUISE (-1,-2)
U7327 HIGH PRICED WOMAN (-2)
U7328 UNION STATION BLUES
DISC FOUR: BLUES FOR BIG TOWN
 
John Lee Booker (-1) or John L. Hooker
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; Eddie Kirkland, g (-2)
Detroit, circa April 1951
 
U7330 GROUND HOG BLUES (-1)
U7331 LEAVE MY WIFE ALONE
U7333 RAMBLIN’ BY MYSELF
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; Eddie Kirkland, g (-1)
Detroit, April 2, 1951
 
MM1560 FOUR WOMEN IN MY LIFE (-1)
 
John L. Hooker (-1)
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; Eddie Kirkland, g
Detroit, circa September 1951
 
MM1636 I’M IN THE MOOD
MM 1638 TURN OVER A NEW LEAF
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g
Detroit, circa April 24, 1952
 
U7432 WALKIN’ THE BOOGIE
U7433 SUGAR MAMA
9544 I DON’T WANT YOUR MONEY
9547 BLUEBIRD
9552 WORRIED LIFE BLUES
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; Eddie Kirkland, g
Detroit, 1952
 
MM 1929 ROCK HOUSE BOOGIE
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; Bob Thurman, p
Detroit, circa 1952
 
BLUES FOR BIG TOWN
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; Eddie Kirkland, g
Detroit, 1953
 
MM2017 NEED SOMEBODY
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; Eddie Kirkland, g
Detroit, 1953
 
MM2049 DOWN CHILD
MM 2128 BAD BOY
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; Jimmy Reed, hca;
Eddie Taylor, g; George Washington, b; Tom
Whitehead, d.
Chicago, October 19, 1955
 
55-339 TIME IS MARCHIN’
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; Eddie Taylor, g;
George Washington, b; Tom Whitehead, d.
Chicago, March 27, 1956
 
56-445 DIMPLES
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; Eddie Taylor, g;
Quinn Wilson, b; Tom Whitehead, d.
Chicago, March 1, 1957
 
57-633 EVERYBODY ROCKIN’
57-636 CRAWLIN’ BLACK SPIDER
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; Joe Hunter, p;
Eddie Taylor, b; Tom Whitehead, d.
Chicago, June 10, 1958
 
58-927 I LOVE YOU HONEY
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; Eddie Taylor, g.
Chicago, January 22, 1959
 
59-1069 I’M IN THE MOOD
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g.
Chicago, January 22, 1959
 
59-1070 BOOGIE CHILLUN
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; Lefty Bates, g;
Sylvester Hickman, b; Jimmy Turner,d
Chicago, March 1, 1960
 
60-1384 NO SHOES
 
John Lee Hooker, voc, g; Bill Lee,b.
Newport, RI., June 25, 1960
 
60-1624 TUPELO



Ramblers, Gamblers, Vagabonds, and Revellers - Discography
 
Bessie Smith: Bessie Smith, v; Charlie Green, tb; Fred Longshaw, p.
New York City, December, 1924
 
140176-2              DYING GAMBLER’S BLUES
 
Bessie Smith: Bessie Smith, v; Louis Armstrong, c; Fred Longshaw, r-o.
New York City, January, 1925
 
140242-1              RECKLESS BLUES
 
Kelly Harrell: Kelly Harrell, v; unknown, f; Carson Robinson, g; unknown, train eff.
New York City, January, 1925
 
31585-2                 ROVIN’ GAMBLER
 
Blind Lemon Jefferson: Blind Lemon Jefferson, v/g.
Chicago, c. May, 1926
 
2557-1                   JACK O’ DIAMOND BLUES
 
Elvira Johnson: Elvira Johnson, v; Charles Gaines, ct; Charlie Irvis, tb; poss. Ernest Elliot, ss; Clarence Williams or Mike Jackson, p; Buddy Christian, bj.
New York City, June, 1926
 
X-178                     NUMBERS ON THE BRAIN
 
Charlie Poole And The North Carolina Ramblers: Charlie Poole, v, bj; Roy Harvey, g; Posey Rorer, f.
New York City, September, 1926
 
142637-1              GOOD-BYE BOOZE
 
Blind Lemon Jefferson: Blind Lemon Jefferson, v/g.
Chicago, c. December, 1926
 
3090-2                   BAD LUCK BLUES
 
Reaves White County Ramblers: Ira Reaves, f; Lloyd Reaves, o; Ed Rumble, g.
Chicago, April, 1927
 
C-1896                   HESITATION BLUES
 
Leake County Revelers: Will Gilmer, f; R. O. Mosley, bj-md; Jim Wolverton, bj; Dallas Jones, g; unknown, v.
 New Orleans, April, 1927
 
143968-2              LEATHER BREECHES
 
California Vagabonds: Ed Kirkeby, v; Roy Johnston, t; Frank Cush, t; Tommy Dorsey, tb; Jimmy Dorsey, cl; Arnold, Brillhart, s; Sam Ruby, ts; Adrian Rellini, bs; Irving Brodsky, p; Tommy Felline, bj; Stan King, d.
New York, May, 1927
 
GEX-637-A             SLUE FOOT
 
Jelly Roll Morton: George Mitchell, cnt; Gerald Reeves, tb; Johnny Dodds, cl; Stomp Evans, as; Jelly Roll Morton, p; Bud Scott, g; Quinn Wilson, tu; Baby Dodds, d.
Chicago, June, 1927
 
38629-1                 WILD MAN BLUES
 
Lonnie Johnson: Lonnie Johnson, v/g.
New York City, August, 1927
 
81220-B                 ROAMING RAMBLER BLUES
 
Blind Lemon Jefferson: Blind Lemon Jefferson, v/g.
Chicago, c. September, 1927
 
20040-2                 RAMBLER BLUES
 
Leake County Revelers: Will Gilmer, f; R. O. Mosley, bj-md; Jim Wolverton, bj; Dallas Jones, g/v.
Atlanta, Georgia, October, 1927
 
145016-2              THE OLD HAT
 
Peg Leg Howell: Peg Leg Howell, v/g.
Atlanta, Georgia, November, 1927
 
145185-2              SKIN GAME BLUES
 
Darby & Tarlton: Tom Darby, v/g; Jimmie Tarlton, v/sg.
Atlanta, Georgia, November, 1927
 
145204-2              GAMBLIN’ JIM
 
Buell Kazee: Buell Kazee, v/g.
New York City, January, 1928
 
E-26047/48           GAMBLING BLUES
 
Memphis Jug Band: Will Shade, v; Will Weldon, g; Vol Stevens, bj-md; Charlie Polk, j.
Memphis, February, 1928
 
41817-3                 SNITCHIN’ GAMBLER BLUES
 
Ramblin’ Thomas: Ramblin’ Thomas, v/g.
Chicago, c. February, 1928
 
20339-2                 RAMBLIN’ MIND BLUES
 
Prince Albert Hunt’s Texas Ramblers: Archie ‘Prince’ Albert Hunt, f/v; unknown, g.
San Antonio, Texas, March, 1928
 
400436-A              TRAVELING MAN
 
State Street Ramblers: Natty Dominique, ct, as; Jimmy Blythe, p; W. E. Burton, wb.
Richmond, Indiana, April, 1928
 
13691-A                 MY BABY
 
Blind Blake: Blind Blake, g/v.
Chicago, c. May, 1928
 
20565-3                 RUMBLIN’ AND RAMBLIN’ BOA CONSTRICTOR BLUES
 
Charlie Poole And The North Carolina Ramblers: Charlie Poole, v/bj; Lonnie Austin, f; Roy Harvey, g; unidentified, wh.
New York City, July, 1928
 
146773-1              RAMBLIN’ BLUES
 
Ezra Buzzington’s Rustic Revelers: unknown, t-1; poss. Art Sorensen, tb; Gabe Ward, cl/bscl; unknown, piccolo; Paul ‘Hezzie’ Trietsch, k-2/sw/wb/perc/j-3; Ezra Buzzington, bj; Ken Trietsch, bb; unidentified v trio-4.
Richmond, Indiana, August, 1928
 
14153-B                 BROWN JUG BLUES
14154-A                 BASS BLUES - 1
 
Roane County Ramblers: Jimmy McCarroll, f; John Kelly, md; Howard Wyatt, bj; Luke Brandon, g.
Johnson City, Tennessee, October, 1928
 
147182-2              HOME TOWN BLUES
 
Ramblin’ Thomas: Ramblin’ Thomas, v/g.
Chicago, c. November, 1928
 
21019-4                 RAMBLIN’ MAN
 
Leake County Revelers: Will Gilmer, f/v; R. O. Mosley, bj-md; Jim Wolverton, bj/v; Dallas Jones, g/v.
Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1929
 
148321-2              DRY TOWN BLUES
 
Peg Leg Howell: Peg Leg Howell, v/g.
Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1928
 
146161-1              LOW-DOWN ROUNDER BLUES
 
Charley Lincoln: Charley Lincoln, v/g.
Atlanta, Georgia, October, 1928
 
147355-2              GAMBLIN’ CHARLEY
 
Carolina Tar Heels: Garley Foster, h, v; Dock Walsh, bj; Thomas C. Ashley, v, g.
Camden, New Jersey, April, 1929
 
51072-2                 RUDE AND RAMBLING MAN
 
Charlie Poole And The North Carolina Ramblers: Charlie Poole, v/bj; Lonnie Austin, f; Roy Harvey, g.
New York City, May, 1929
 
148476-2              HE RAMBLED
 
Prince Albert Hunt’s Texas Ramblers: Archie ‘Prince’ Albert Hunt, f; Harmon Clem, g.
Dallas, June, 1929
 
402728-A              WAKE UP JACOB
 
Leake County Revelers: Will Gilmer, f; R. O. Mosley, bj-md; Jim Wolverton, bj; Dallas Jones, g.
New Orleans, December, 1929
 
149582-2              LEAKE COUNTY BLUES
 
Carroll County Revellers: Jess Chamblie, f; John Patterson, bj; Henry Chamblie, g, v.
Atlanta, Georgia, March 1930
 
ATL-927/73           GEORGIA WOBBLE BLUES
 
Appalachia Vagabond (Hayes Shepherd): v/bj.
Knoxville, Tennessee, March, 1930
 
K-8035                   HARD FOR TO LOVE
K-8036                   THE PEDDLER AND HIS WIFE
 
Robert & Charlie Hicks: Robert Hicks, v, g, sp; Charlie Hicks, sp.
Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1930
 
150374-1              DARKTOWN GAMBLIN’ – PART 1
 
Gene Campbell: Gene Campbell, v/g.
Chicago, c. May, 1930
 
C-5701-A               WANDERING BLUES
 
Jimmie Rodgers: Jimmie Rodgers, v; Lani McIntire, g.
Hollywood, July, 1930
 
54855-1                 THOSE GAMBLER’S BLUES
54867-2                 BLUE YODEL NO. 2 (STANDING ON THE CORNER)
 
Kentucky Ramblers: Unknown, v, y, md, bj, g.
Grafton, Wisconsin, September, 1930
 
L-551-2                  GINSENG BLUES
 
Jelly Roll Morton: Jelly Roll Morton, p; Ward Pinkett, tp; Geechie Fields, tb; Eddie Scarpa, cl; Bernard Addison, g; Billy Taylor, tu; Bill Beason, d.
New York City, October, 1930
 
64313-1                 GAMBLING JACK
 
Leake County Revelers: Will Gilmer, f; R. O. Mosley, bj-md; Jim Wolverton, bj; Dallas Jones, g.
Jackson, Mississippi, December, 1930
 
151123-2              MISSISSIPPI BREAKDOWN
 
Scrapper Blackwell: Scrapper Blackwell, v/g.
Richmond, Indiana, November, 1931
 
18216-                   RAMBLING BLUES
 
Jimmie Rodgers: Jimmie Rodgers, v; Clayton McMichen, F; Oddie McWinders, bj; Hoyt ‘Slim’ Bryant, g.
Camden, New Jersey, August, 1932
 
58971-3                 GAMBLING BAR ROOM BLUES
 
Curley Weaver: Curley Weaver, v/g.
New York City, January, 1933
 
12949-1                 BIRMINGHAM GAMBLER
 
Buddy Moss: Buddy Moss, v, g; prob. Curley Weaver, g.
New York City, January, 1933
 
12945-2                 PROWLIN’ GAMBLER BLUES
 
Cliff Carlisle: Cliff Carlisle, v, sg, y; Bill Carlisle, g.
New York City, July, 1933
 
13639-1                 GAMBLIN’ DAN
 
Prairie Ramblers: Tex Atchison, f; Chuck Hurt, tbj; Salty Holmes, v/g; Jack Taylor, sb.
Chicago, December, 1933
 
77246-1                                 SHADY GROVE MY DARLING
 
Kokomo Arnold: Kokomo Arnold, v/g.
Chicago, July, 1935
 
90158-A                 POLICY WHEEL BLUES
90159-B                 TRAVELING RAMBLER BLUES
 
Bill Boyd & His Cowboy Ramblers: Art Davis, f, md; Sonny Roden, p; Rankin Moulder, tbj; Bill Boyd, g; Jim Boyd, sb; Fred McCord, g.
San Antonio, Texas, August, 1935
 
94438-1                 BARN DANCE RAG
 
Prairie Ramblers: Tex Atchison, f; George ‘Bill’ Thall, cl; Chick Hurt, mandola; Salty Holmes, g; Jack Taylor, sb, v.
New York City, August, 1935
 
17963-2                 DEEP ELEM BLUES
 
 
Rayne-Bo Ramblers: Norris Savoy, f; Warnest Schexnyder, g; Leroy ‘Happy’ Fats LeBlanc, g.
New Orleans, August, 1935
 
94404-1                 RAYNE BREAKDOWN
 
Doug Bine & His Dixie Ramblers: Jimmy Thomason, f; Cotton Collins, f; Doug Bine, esg; Charlie Bickford, p; Chesley Halbert, tbj; Cooper Bennett, g; Artice Glenn, sb.
San Antonio, Texas, October, 1936
 
02826-1                 RAMBLER’S STOMP
 
Robert Johnson: Robert Johnson, v/g.
San Antonio, Texas, November, 1936
 
SA-2583-1             RAMBLIN’ ON MY MIND
 
Black Ace: Black Ace, v/g.
Dallas, February, 1937
 
61970-A                 BLACK ACE
 
Riverside Ramblers: Luderin Darbone, f; Joe Werner, h, g, v; Lennis Sonnier, g.
New Orleans, February, 1937
 
07227-1                 WONDERING
 
Dixie Ramblers: Oscar Stockton, f; Willie Duboise, bj; Wallace K. Wimberly, tbj; Henry C. Lowery, g; Joe Lowery, g; unknown, sb.
Birmingham, Alabama, March, 1937
 
B-48-2                    FRANKLIN COUNTY BLUES
 
Black Boy Shine: Black Boy Shine, v/p.
Dallas, June, 1937
 
DAL-321-2             GAMBLIN’ JINX BLUES
 
Crystal Springs Ramblers: Joe Holley, f; Link Davis, f; Earl Driver, as; Loren Mitchell, p; Morris Deason, g, v; J. B. Brinkley, g; Jimmy McAdoo, sb.
Dallas, June, 1937
 
DAL-375-2             FORT WORTH STOMP
 
Robert Johnson: Robert Johnson, v/g.
Dallas, June, 1937
 
DAL-379-1             FROM FOUR UNTIL LATE
DAL-395-1, -2        LITTLE QUEEN OF SPADES
DAL-400-2             TRAVELING RIVERSIDE BLUES
 
Henry Townsend: Henry Townsend, v; unknown, p; Robert Lee McCoy, g; Sonny Boy Williamson, h.
Aurora, Illinois, November, 1937
 
016536-1              A RAMBLIN’ MIND
 
Joe Werner & The Ramblers: Joe Werner, v, g; unknown, f; unknown, g.
New Orleans, October, 1938
 
027843-1              CRAP SHOOTERS HOP
 
Hackberry Ramblers: Luderin Darbone, f; Floyd Shreve, g; Danny Shreve, g; Pete Duhon, sb, v;
New Orleans, October, 1938
 
027858-1              JOLIE FILLE
 
Rambling Bob (Robert Lee McCoy): Robert Lee McCoy, v, g; prob. Speckled Red, p; Sonny Boy Williamson, h-1, sp-2.
Aurora, Illinois, December, 1938
 
030858-1              EVERY DAY AND NIGHT
030862-1              NEXT-DOOR NEIGHBOR – 2
030865-1              GOOD GAMBLIN’ – 1
 
Tommy McClennan: Tommy McClennan, v,/g.
Chicago, November, 1939
 
044241-1              BOTTLE IT UP AND GO
 
Details as above but recorded in May, 1940.
 
044986-1              NEW HIGHWAY NO. 51
 
Champion Jack Dupree: Champion Jack Dupree, v, p; Bill Gaither, g; Wilson Swain, sb.
Chicago, June, 1940
 
WC-3108-A           GAMBLIN’ MAN BLUES
 
Blind Willie McTell: Blind Willie McTell, v/g.
Atlanta, Georgia, November, 1940
 
4070-B-1               DYING CRAPSHOOTER’S BLUES
 
Slim Gaillard: Slim Gaillard, v, g; Slam Stewart, b; Loumell Morgan, p; Kenny Clarke, d.
New York, March, 1941
 
29914-1                 A TIP ON THE NUMBERS
 
Woody Guthrie: Woody Guthrie, v/g.
Portland, Oregon, May, 1941
 
305.03                   RAMBLIN’ BLUES
 
Doc Clayton: Doc Clayton, v; Blind John Davis, p; Robert Lockwood, g; unknown, sb.
Chicago, July, 1941
 
C-3893-1               ROAMING GAMBLER
 
Wade Mainer & Sons Of The Mountaineers: Wade Mainer, v, bj; Jack Shelton, g.
Atlanta, Georgia, September, 1941
 
071018-1              RAMBLIN’ BOY
 
Muddy Waters: Muddy Waters, v, g; Percy Thomas, g; Henry ‘Son’ Sims, vn; Louis Ford, md.
Clarksdale, Mississippi, July, 1942
 
6628-A-6(b)          RAMBLIN’ KID BLUES
 
Woody Guthrie: v, md; Cisco Houston, v, g.
New York, April, 1944
 
MA 51                    GAMBLING MAN
 
Wynonie Harris: Wynonie Harris, v; Pat Jenkins, Joe Newman, tps; Tab Smith, as; Allen Eager, ts; Larry Belton, bs; Bill Doggett, org; Leonard Feather, p; Mary Osborne, g; Al McKibbon, b; Walter Johnson, d.
New York City, November, 1946.
 
78                           WHISKEY AND JELLY-ROLL BLUES
 
Cecil Campbell & The Tennessee Ramblers:Cecil Campbell, sg; prob. Harry Blair, g; unknown, b, acd.
New York City, May, 1947
 
D7VB0290             STEEL GUITAR HOP
 
Hank Williams: Hank Williams, v, g; Tommy Jackson, f; Dale "Smokey" Lohman, sg; Zeke Turner, eg; Louis Innis, b.
Nashville, Tennessee, November, 1948.
 
47-S-6025-4          HONKY TONKIN’
 
Big Joe Turner: Big Joe Turner, v; Walter ‘Dootsie’ Williams, t; Kirtland Bradford, as; Maxwell Davis, ts; Jewell Grant, bs; Pete Johnson, p; Ralph Hamilton, b; Jesse Sailes, d.
Los Angeles, October, 1948
 
DW1002                                BORN TO GAMBLE
 
Wynonie Harris: Wynonie Harris, v; Cat Anderson, tp; Frank Culley, as; Hal Singer, ts; Elmer Alexander, bs; Albert ‘Birdie’ Wallace, p; Jimmy Butts, b; Connie Kay, d; unknown, 2nd v; ensemble, v.
Linden, New Jersey, December, 1948
 
K-5647                   GRANDMA PLAYS THE NUMBERS
 
Hank Williams: Hank Williams, v/g; Dale Potter, f; Don Davis, sg; Zeb Turner, eg; Jack Shook, rg; Clyde Baum, m; probably Ernie Newton, b.
 
Nashville, Tennessee, March, 1949
 
49-S-6032             LOST HIGHWAY
 
John Lee Hooker: John Lee Hooker, v/g.
Detroit, Michigan, August, 1949
 
K-5776                   THE NUMBERS
 
Clarence ‘Gatemouth’ Brown: Clarence ‘Gatemouth’ Brown, v, g; George Alexander, tp; Wilmer Shakesnider, as/ts; unknown, saxes; Clarence Green, p; unknown, b; Harold Easton, d.
Houston, Texas, late 1949
 
ACA-1352              BOOGIE RAMBLER
 
 
Memphis Slim & The Vagabonds: Memphis Slim, p, v; Alex Atkins, as; Timothy Overton, ts; Alfred Elkins, b; Leon Hooper, d; Floyd Hunt, p-1.
Chicago, 1950
UN50-213              I GUESS I’M A FOOL
UN50-217              REALLY GOT THE BLUES -1
UN50-221              MOTHER EARTH
 
Cliff Bruner & The Texas Wanderers: Cliff Bruner, f; Bobby Lane, v, g: unknown, sg, b, d.
Houston, Texas, May, 1950
 
ACA 1644               I WAS A GAMBLER IN TEXAS
 
Eddie Shuler's All Star Reveliers: C. Broussard, v, f; Eddie Shuler, g; Glen Croaker, sg; Nookie ‘Frenchie’ Martin, f; Verola Brunker, p.
Lake Charles, Louisiana, late 1950
 
G-1020-A               JAMBALAYA BOOGIE
 
Hank Williams: Hank Williams, v, g; Tommy Jackson, Jerry Rivers, f; Don Helms, sg; Chet Atkins, Jerry Pruett, eg; Harold Bradley, Eddie Hill, rg; Floyd "Lightnin" Chance, Ernie Newton or "Cedric Rainwater", b; poss. Owen Bradley, o.
Nashville, Tennessee, June, 1951
 
51-S-6056             RAMBLIN’ MAN
 
Cecil Surrat & His West Virginia Ramblers: Cecil Surrat, v, g; Lonnie Parsley, v, m; Raymond Johnson, f.
West Virginia, 1951
 
009 1352               THE BRIGHT CRYSTAL SEA
 
T-Bone Walker: T-Bone Walker, v, g; Willard McDaniel or Zell Kindred, p; R. S. Rankin, g; Buddy Woods, b; Oscar Lee Bradley or Robert Sims, d.
Los Angeles, January, 1952
 
IM 4111-4             LOVE IS JUST A GAMBLE
 
Red Foley: Red Foley, v; unknown, eg, sg, rg, b, p.
Nashville, Tennessee, February, 1952
 
83882                    PLAYIN’ DOMINOES AND SHOOTIN’ DICE
 
Stanley Brothers: Ralph Stanley, v, bj; Carter Stanley, g, v.
Johnson City, Tennessee, June, 1952
 
009 9633               THE RAMBLER’S BLUES
 




PROPERBOX168 LONESOME WHISTLE
ANTHOLOGY OF AMERICAN RAILROAD SONG – VARIOUS ARTISTS

 
DISCOGRAPHY
 
Kelly Harrell: Kelly Harrell, v; Henry Whitter, h/g.
Asheville, North Carolina, August, 1925
 
9279-A                   THE WRECK ON THE SOUTHERN OLD 97
 
Roy Harvey: Roy Harvey, v/g; Posey Rorer, f; Charlie Poole, bj.
New York City, September, 1926
 
142640-2              THE BRAVE ENGINEER
 
Blind Joe Taggart And Emma Taggart: Blind Joe Taggart, Emma Taggart, v duet.
New York City, November, 1926
 
E-4052W               I WISH MY MOTHER WAS ON THAT TRAIN
 
Ollie Rupert: Ollie Rupert, female v; unknown, Jew’s harp; Will Weldon, possibly Will Shade, g.
Memphis, Tennessee, February, 1927
 
37963-2                 I RAISED MY WINDOW AND LOOKED AT THE RISIN’ SUN
 
Sam Collins: Sam Collins, v/g.
Richmond, Indiana, or Chicago, April, 1927
 
12738--                  YELLOW DOG BLUES
 
Williamson Brothers & Curry: Arnold Williamson, f; Ervin Williamson, g; Arnold Curry, bj-u; unknown v duet.
St. Louis, Missouri, April, 1927
 
80757-B                 GONNA DIE WITH MY HAMMER IN MY HAND
 
Blind Joe Amos: Blind Joe Taggart, v/g.
Chicago, June, 1927
 
C-1009/10*           C & O BLUES
 
Roy Harvey: Roy Harvey, v/g; Posey Rorer, f; Bob Hoke, bj-md; Charlie Poole, bj.
New York City, July, 1927
 
144520-2              THE WRECK OF THE VIRGINIAN NO. 3
 
Tenneva Ramblers: Jack Pierce, f; Jack Grant, bj-md; Claude Slagle, bj; Claude Grant, g/v.
Bristol, Tennessee, August, 1927
 
39770-2                 THE LONGEST TRAIN I EVER SAW
 
Andrew and Jim Baxter: Andrew Baxter, f; Jim Baxter, g/v.
Charlotte, North Carolina, August, 1927
 
39785-1                 K. C. RAILROAD BLUES
 
 
 
 
Ed Bell: Ed Bell, v/g.
Chicago, c. September, 1927
 
4820-1                   MEAN CONDUCTOR BLUES
4822-1                   FRISCO WHISTLE BLUES
 
Blind Lemon Jefferson: Blind Lemon Jefferson, v/g.
Chicago, c. September, 1927
 
20040-2                 RAMBLER BLUES
 
As above, c. October, 1927
 
20066-1                 SUNSHINE SPECIAL
 
Henry Whitter & G. B. Grayson: G. B. Grayson, f/v/sp; Henry Whitter, g/sp.
New York City, October, 1927
 
GEX-908-A             TRAIN 45
 
Burnett & Rutherford: Leonard Rutherford, f/v; Richard D. Burnett, bj/v.
Bristol, Tennessee, November, 1927
 
145085-1              RAMBLIN’ RECKLESS HOBO
 
Allen Brothers: Austin Allen, v, tbj; Lee Allen, k/g.
Atlanta, Georgia, November, 1927
 
145112-1              CHATTANOOGA BLUES
 
“Billiken” Johnson And Fred Adams: Billiken Johnson, v effects/whistling/train-whistle; Fred Adams, v; Willie Tyson, p; Octave Gaspard, bb.
Dallas, Texas, December, 1927
 
145322-1              SUN BEAM BLUES
 
Cannon’s Jug Stompers: Gus Cannon, jug; Ashley Thompson, g/v; Noah Lewis, h.
Memphis, Tennessee, January, 1928
 
41804-2                 BIG RAILROAD BLUES
 
Tenneva Ramblers: Jack Pierce, f; Jack Grant, bj-md; Claude Slagle, bj; Claude Grant, g/v.
Atlanta, Georgia, February, 1928
 
41909-1                 IF I DIE A RAILROAD MAN
 
Pink Anderson and Simmie Dooley: Pink Anderson, v/g; Simmie Dooley, v/g.
Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1928
 
146065-2              C. C. & O. BLUES
 
G. B. Grayson & Henry Whitter: G. B. Grayson, f/v; Henry Whitter, g.
New York City, July, 1928
 
44630-2                 THE RED AND GREEN SIGNAL LIGHTS
 
                                                                                                                                   
Sloppy Henry: Sloppy Henry, v, possibly, g; probably Eddie Anthony, v.
Atlanta, Georgia, August, 1928
 
402142-B              ROYAL PALM SPECIAL BLUES
 
Furry Lewis: Furry Lewis, v/g.
Memphis, Tennessee, August, 1928
 
45431-2                 KASSIE JONES – PART 1
 
Frank Hutchison: Frank Hutchison, v/g/h; Sherman Lawson, f.
New York City, September, 1928
 
401106-B              HELL BOUND TRAIN
 
Nelstone’s Hawaiians: Hubert A. Nelson, sg/v; James D. Touchstone, g/v.
Memphis, Tennessee, September, 1928
 
47076-2                 NORTH-BOUND TRAIN
 
Jimmie Rodgers: Jimmie Rodgers, v/v effects; C. L .Hutchison, c; James Rikard, cl; John Westbrook, sg; Dean Bryan, g; George MacMillan, sb.
Atlanta, Georgia, October, 1928
 
47223-4                 WAITING FOR A TRAIN
 
Frenchy’s String Band: Polite ‘Frenchy’ Christian, c; unknown, g; Percy Darensbourg, bj; probably Octave Gaspard, sb.
Dallas, Texas, December, 1928
 
147566-1              TEXAS AND PACIFIC BLUES
 
Mississippi John Hurt: Mississippi John Hurt, v/g.
New York City, December, 1928
 
401488-B              SPIKE DRIVER BLUES
 
Carter Family: Sara Carter, g/v; Maybelle Carter, g.
Camden, New Jersey, February, 1929
 
49868-2                 ENGINE ONE-FORTY-THREE
 
Carolina Tar Heels: Garley Foster, g; Dock Walsh, bj; Thomas C. Ashley, g/v.
Camden, New Jersey, April, 1929
 
51069-1                 THE TRAIN’S DONE LEFT ME
 
Lonnie Coleman: Lonnie Coleman, v; probably own g; unknown, bj.
Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1929
 
148258-2                OLD ROCK ISLAND BLUES
 
Darby & Tarlton: Tom Darby, v/g; Jimmie Tarlton, v/sg.
Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1929
 
148293-2              THE NEW YORK HOBO
 
E. E. Hack String Band: Virgil ‘Cricket’ Garrett, f; James Brown, f; Melvin ‘Slats’ Bethel, md; Walter Cobb, bj; Bill Brown, g; Gene Garrett, sb.
Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1929
 
148337-2              WESTERN KENTUCKY LIMITED
 
Eddie Mapp And His Harmonica: Eddie Mapp, harmonica solo.
Long Island City, New York, May, 1929
 
466-A                     RIDING THE BLINDS
 
Buell Kazee: Buell Kazee, v/bj; unknown, sg; A. L. Walker, g.
Chicago, Illinois, June, 1929
 
C-3587-                   THE HOBO’S LAST RIDE
 
Charley Patton: Charley Patton, v/g.
Richmond, Indiana, June, 1929
 
15221-A                 PEA VINE BLUES
 
Frank Hutchison: Frank Hutchison, g/v.
New York City, July, 1929
 
402512-B              CANNONBALL BLUES
 
Jimmie Rodgers: Jimmie Rodgers, v/g/v effects; Joe Kaipo, sg; Billy Burkes, g; Weldon Burkes, u.
Dallas, Texas, August, 1930
 
55309-2                 TRAIN WHISTLE BLUES
 
Will Bennett: Will Bennett, v, probably g.
Knoxville, Tennessee, August, 1929
 
K-127-                    RAILROAD BILL
 
Furry Lewis: Furry Lewis, v/g.
Memphis, Tennessee, September, 1929
 
M-181-                   JOHN HENRY (THE STEEL DRIVING MAN) –  PART 1
 
Robert Wilkins: Robert Wilkins, v/g.
Memphis, Tennessee, September, 1929
 
M-191-                   LONG TRAIN BLUES
 
Memphis Jug Band: Will Shade, h; Ben Ramey, k; Charlie Burse, g; Tewee Blackman, g; v trio, possibly Tewee Blackman, Ben Ramey, Charlie Burse.
Memphis, Tennessee, October, 1929
 
56346-1-2             K. C. MOAN
 
Darby & Tarlton: Jimmy Tarlton, v/y/sg; Tom Darby, g/sp.
Atlanta, Georgia, October, 1929
 
149324-2              FREIGHT TRAIN RAMBLE
 
Darby & Tarlton: Tom Darby, v/g; Jimmie Tarlton, v/sg.
Atlanta, Georgia, October, 1929
 
149325-3              LONESOME FRISCO LINE
 
Blind Sammie: Blind Willie McTell, v/g.
Atlanta, Georgia, October, 1929
 
149300-1              TRAVELIN’ BLUES
 
Carter Family: Sara Carter, v/ah; Maybelle Carter, g.
Atlanta, Georgia, November, 1929
 
56585-3                 WABASH CANNONBALL
 
Washington White: Bukka White, v/g; Napoleon Harriston, g/sp.
Memphis, Tennessee, May, 1930
 
59995-1                 THE NEW ‘FRISCO TRAIN
 
Willie Brown: Willie Brown, v/g.
Grafton, Wisconsin, May, 1930
 
L-413-2                  M & O BLUES
 
Walter Davis: Walter Davis, v; Willie Kelly (Roosevelt Sykes), p.
Cincinnati, Ohio, June, 1930
 
62907-2                 M & O BLUES
 
Alabama Sheiks: Eddie West, vn/v; Ad Fox, g/v.
Camden, New Jersey, January, 1931
 
67840-2                 TRAVELIN’ RAILROAD MAN BLUES
 
Lullaby Larkers: Cliff Carlisle, v/sg; Wilbur Ball, v/g.
Richmond, Indiana, April, 1931
 
17692                    TRUE AND TREMBLING BRAKEMAN
 
Walter Davis: Walter Davis, v; Willie Kelly (Roosevelt Sykes), p; probably Henry Townsend, g.
Louisville, Kentucky, June, 1931
 
69414-1                 RAILROAD MAN BLUES
 
King Solomon Hill: King Solomon Hill, v/g.
Grafton, Wisconsin, c. January, 1932
 
L-1254-2                                THE GONE DEAD TRAIN
 
Big Bill (Big Bill Broonzy): Big Bill Broonzy, v/g.
New York City, March, 1932
 
11605-2                 TOO-TOO TRAIN BLUES
 
 
 
Blind Willie (Blind Willie McTell): Blind Willie McTell, v/g; Curley Weaver, g.
New York City, September, 1933
 
14066-1                 B AND O BLUES NO. 2
 
Sam McGee: Sam McGee, v/g.
Richmond, Indiana, August, 1934
 
19660                    RAILROAD BLUES
 
Memphis Minnie: Memphis Minnie, v/g.
Chicago, August, 1934
 
C-9382--                                CHICKASAW TRAIN BLUES (LOW DOWN DIRTY THING)
 
Delmore Brothers: Alton Delmore, Rabon Delmore, v duet/g duet.
New Orleans, Louisiana, January, 1935
 
87664-1                 BLOW YO’ WHISTLE, FREIGHT TRAIN
 
Bumble Bee Slim: Bumble Bee Slim, v; probably, Charlie Segar or Horace Malcolm, p; unknown, g.
Chicago, February, 1935
 
C-9770-B               B AND O LINE BLUES
 
Dallas Jamboree Jug Band: Carl Davis, v/g; unknown, g/bb; Charles ‘Chicken’ Jackson, wb.
Dallas, Texas, September, 1935
 
DAL-157-2             FLYING CROW BLUES
 
Meade Lux Lewis: Meade Lux Lewis, p solo.
Chicago, November, 1935
 
909469-A              HONKY TONK TRAIN BLUES
 
Monroe Brothers: Bill Monroe, v/md; Charlie Monroe, v/g.
Charlotte, North Carolina, February, 1936
 
99201-1                 NEW RIVER TRAIN
 
Bill Carlisle: Bill Carlisle, v/g; Cliff Carlisle, g; unknown, jh.
Charlotte, North Carolina, June, 1936
 
102677-1                THE HEAVENLY TRAIN
 
Crowder Brothers: Olfa Crowder, g/lv; Ortive Crowder, g/tv.
Augusta, Georgia, July, 1936
 
AUG-145-3            DEPOT BLUES
 
Monroe Brothers: Bill Monroe, v/md; Charlie Monroe, v/g.
Charlotte, North Carolina, October, 1936         
 
02538-1                 MY SAVIOUR’S TRAIN
 
Little Brother Montgomery: Little Brother Montgomery, v/p.
New Orleans, Louisiana, October, 1936
 
02643-1                 A. & V. RAILROAD BLUES
 
Black Ivory King: Black Ivory King, v/p.
Dallas, Texas, February, 1937
 
61795-A                THE FLYING CROW
 
Blind Norris: Blind Norris, v/probably own k; Alex Moore, p/train-effects
Dallas, Texas, February, 1937
 
61851-A                THE KATY BLUES
 
Wade Mainer: Wade Mainer, v/g; Zeke Morris, g.
Charlotte, North Carolina, February, 1937
 
07055-1                TRAIN CARRY MY GIRL BACK HOME
 
Robert Johnson: Robert Johnson, v/g.
Dallas, Texas, June, 1937
 
DAL-402-4             LOVE IN VAIN
 
Wade Mainer – Zeke Morris – Steve Ledford: Wade Mainer, bj; Zeke Morris, g; Steve Ledford, v/f.
Charlotte, North Carolina, August, 1937
 
011820-1               RIDING ON THAT TRAIN FORTY-FIVE
 
Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet: Willie ‘Bill’ Johnson, baritone, v/ldr; Henry Owens, 1st tenor v/ldr; William Langford, 2nd tenor v; Orlandus ‘Dad’ Wilson, bass v; unacc.; with v effects.
Charlotte, North Carolina, August, 1937
 
011931-1              GOLDEN GATE GOSPEL TRAIN
 
‘Roosevelt’ Antrim: ‘Roosevelt’ Antrim, v/g.
Charlotte, North Carolina, August, 1937
 
013056-1              STATION BOY BLUES
 
Shelly Lee Alley & His Alley Cats: Shelly Lee Alley, v/f; Chuck Keeshan, g; Ted Daffan, sg; Jack Moran, b; Anthony Scanlin, p/cl; Don Law, wb.
San Antonio, Texas, December, 1937
 
SSA-2898-1           TRAIN WHISTLE BLUES
 
Sleepy John Estes: Sleepy John Estes, v/g; Son Bonds or Charlie Pickett, g.
New York City, April, 1938
 
63654-A                SPECIAL AGENT (RAILROAD POLICE BLUES)
 
Cripple Clarence Lofton: Cripple Clarence Lofton, p solo.
Chicago, c. 1939
 
R-2772-1               STREAMLINE TRAIN
 
 
 
Smith Casey: Casey Smith, v/g.
Clemens State Farm, Brazoria, Texas, April, 1939
 
2598-B-1               SANTA FE BLUES
 
Rouse Brothers: Ervin Rouse, v/f/sp; Gordon Rouse, g/v/sp; Jack Rouse, v/sp.
New York City, June, 1939
 
037358-1              ORANGE BLOSSOM SPECIAL
 
Bukka White: Bukka White, v/g; Washboard Sam, wb.
Chicago, March, 1940
 
WC-2992-A            SPECIAL STREAM LINE
 
Huddie Ledbetter (Leadbelly): Huddie Ledbetter, v/g.  With the Golden Gate Quartet: Harry Owens, 1st tenor v; William Langford, 2nd tenor v; Clyde Riddick, 3rd tenor v; Willie ‘Bill’ Johnson, baritone voice/ldr; Orlandus ‘Dad’ Wilson, bass v.
New York City, June, 1940
 
051298-1                THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL
051500-1                ROCK ISLAND LINE
 
Byron Parker & His Mountaineers: Homer Sherrill, f; Snuffy Jenkins, bj; Leonard Stokes, g; Clyde Robbins, g.
Atlanta, Georgia, October, 1940
 
054596-1                  C. & N.W. RAILROAD
 
Karl & Harty: Karl Davis, f/md; Harty Taylor, v/g; unknown, f/g/sb.
Chicago, January, 1941
 
C-3560-1                 GOSPEL CANNON BALL
 
Yank Rachell: Yank Rachell, v/g; Sonny Boy Williamson, h/sp; William Mitchell, bass cano; Washboard Sam, wb.
Chicago, April, 1941
 
064104-1                 HOBO BLUES
 
Arthur Crudup: Arthur Crudup, v/g; Ransom Knowling, sb.
Chicago, April, 1942
 
070863-1                 MEAN OLD ‘FRISCO BLUES
 
Leadbelly: Leadbelly, v.
New York City, c. May, 1944
 
FKWSLP34                LINE ‘EM
 
Sonny Terry: Sonny Terry, v/h; Woody Guthrie, g.
New York City, April, 1944
 
701                           LONESOME TRAIN
 
Sonny Boy Williamson: Sonny Boy Williamson, v/h; Eddie Boyd, p; Big Sid Cox, g; Ransom Knowling, sb; unknown, d.
Chicago, July, 1945
 
D5-AB-339                G. M. & O. BLUES
 
Hank Williams: Hank Williams, v/g; Tommy Jackson, f; Dale ‘Smokey’ Lohman, sg; Zeke Turner, g; Louis Innis, b.
Nashville, Tennessee, February, 1947
 
ST210                        PAN AMERICAN
 
Woody Guthrie: Woody Guthrie, v/md; Cisco Houston, g; Sonny Terry, h.
New York City, April, 1947
 
2767                         HARD TRAVELIN’
 
Muddy Waters: Muddy Waters, v/g; Big Crawford, b.
Chicago, November, 1948
 
U7131R                    TRAIN FARE HOME
 
T-Bone Walker: T-Bone Walker, v/g; Lee Allen, ts; Herb Hardesty, bs; Wendell Duconge, as; unknown, p; Wlater Nelson, g; Frank Fields, b; Cornelius Coleman, d.
New Orleans, Louisiana, March, 1953
 
IM 521                      RAILROAD STATION BLUES
 
Reverend Ballinger: Reverend Ballinger, v/p; Willie Dixon, b.
Chicago, January, 1955
                              
1590                           THIS TRAIN
 
Elvis Presley: Elvis Presley, v/g; Scotty Moore, g; Bill Black, b; Johnny Bernero, d; unknown, p.
Memphis, Tennessee, July, 1955
 
U-156                        MYSTERY TRAIN
 
Johnny Cash: Johnny Cash, v/g; Luther Perkins, g; Marshall Grant, b.
Memphis, Tennessee, July, 1955
 
U-173                       FOLSOM PRISON BLUES
 
Howlin’ Wolf: Howlin’ Wolf, v/h; Hosea Lee Kennard, p; Willie Johnson, Hubert Sumlin, gs; Willie Dixon, b; Earl Phillips, d.
Chicago, January, 1956
 
U-7985                   SMOKESTACK LIGHTNING
 
Chuck Berry: Chuck Berry, v/g; Willie Dixon, b; Eddie Hardy, d.
Chicago, December, 1955
 
7954                        DOWNBOUND TRAIN
 
The Johnny Burnette Trio: Johnny Burnette, v/g; Dorsey Burnette, b; Paul Burlison, g.
Memphis, Tennessee, July, 1956
 
9-44719                  THE TRAIN KEPT A ROLLIN’
 
Johnny Cash: Johnny Cash, v/g; Luther Perkins, g; Marshall Grant, b.
Memphis, Tennessee, August, 1957
 
SU-119                   I HEARD THAT LONESOME WHISTLE
 





BIG BLAST - 100 CLASSIC BIG BANDS - DISCOGRAPHY
 

 
 
JEAN GOLDKETTE AND HIS ORCHESTRA:  Fred Farrar, Ray Lodwig, tp; Bix Beiderbecke, cnt; Bill Rank, Lloyd Turner, tb; Doc Ryker, Frank Trumbauer, Don Murray, reeds; Irving Riskin, p; Howdy Quicksell, bjo; Eddie Lang, g; Joe Venuti, vln; Steve Brown, b; Chauncey Morehouse, d.
New York, September 15, 1927
 
BVE 40212-2          CLEMENTINE  (From New Orleans)
McKINNEY’S COTTON PICKERS :  John Nesbitt, Langston Curl, tps, Claude Jones, tb; Don Redman, cl, as, bs, arr:  Milton Senior, cl, as; George Thomas, cl, as, ts; Prince Robinson, cl, ts; Todd Rhodes, p; Dave Wilborn, bjo; Ralph Escudero, tu; Cuba Austin, d.
Chicago, July 18, 1928
 
46094-2     PUT IT THERE
 
JELLY ROLL MORTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA : Ed Anderson, Edwin Swayzee, tp; William Cato, tb; Russell Procope, cl, as; Paul Barnes, ss; Joe Garland, ts; Jelly Roll Morton, p; Lee Blair, bjo; Bass Moore, tu;  Manzie Johnson, d.
New York, December 6, 1928
 
48434-1                   RED HOT PEPPER (STOMP)
 
BEN POLLACK AND HIS PARK CENTRAL ORCHESTRA :  Jimmy McPartland, Al Harris, tp; Jack Teagarden, tb; Benny Goodman, cl, as; Gil Rodin, as; Larry Binyon, ts, fl; Al Beller; Ed Bergman, vln; Bill Schumann, cello;  Vic Breidis, p; Dick Morgan, bjo, g; Harry Goodman, tu; Ray Bauduc, d; Ben Pollack, voc.
New York, December 24, 1928
 
48287-2                   FUTURISTIC RHYTHM
 
LUIS RUSSELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Henry “Red” Allen, Bill Coleman, tp; J.C. Higginbotham, tb; voc; Albert Nicholas, cl, Charlie Holmes, as, ss; Teddy Hill, ts; Luis
Russell, p, ldr; Will Johnson, bjo, g;  George “Pops” Foster, b; Paul Barbarin, d.
New York, September 6, 1929
 
402939-C                FEELIN’ THE SPIRIT
 
RED NICHOLS AND HIS FIVE PENNIES:  Red Nichols, Ruby Weinstein, Charlie Teagarden, tp; Jack Teagarden, Glenn Miller, tb; Benny Goodman, cl; Sid Stoneburn, as; Babe Russin, ts; Joe Sullivan, p; Teg Brown, bjo; Art Miller, b; Gene Krupa, d.
New York, July 2, 1930
 
E-33306-A              CHINA BOY
 
                                                                                                                                -2-
 
 
GLEN GRAY AND THE CASA LOMA ORCHESTRA :  Glen Gray, as; ldr; Joe Hostetter, Dub Shoffner, Bobby Jones, tp; Pee Wee Hunt, Billy Rauch, tb; Ray Eberle, cl, as; Pat Davis, ts; Joe Hall, p; Gene Gifford, g, arr; Stanley Dennis, b; Tony Briglia, d.
New York, March 27, 1931
 
E-36502-A              WHITE JAZZ
 
DON REDMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Bill Coleman, Leonard Davis, Henry Allen, tp; Claude Jones, Fred Robinson, Benny Morton, tb; Edward Inge, Rupert Cole, cl, as; Don Redman, cl; as, arr, ldr; Robert Carroll, ts; Horace Henderson, p, arr; Talcott Reeves, bjo; Bob Ysaquirre, b, tu; Manzie Johnson, d.
New York, September 24, 1931
 
E-37225-6               CHANT OF THE WEED
 
CLAUDE HOPKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Albert Snaer, Sylvester Lewis, Ovie Alston, tp; Fernando Arbello, tb; Edmond Hall, cl, as, bs; Gene Johnson, as; Bobby Sands , ts; Claude Hopkins, p; ldr; Walter Jones, b; Henry Turner, tu; Pete Jacobs, d; Jimmy Mundy, arr.
New York, May 24, 1932
 
152201-1 MUSH MOUTH
 
ISHAM JONES AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  George Thow, Clarence Willard, tp; Sonny Lee, Jack Jenney, tb; Milt Yaner, Victor Hauprich, cl, as; Isham Jones, Saxie Mansfield, ts; Joe Bishop, fl-hrn; Harold Smith or James Noble, p; George Wartner or Jack Blanchette, g; Richard Kissinger, tu; Charles French, d;  Gordon Jenkins, arr.
Camden  , N.J. - August 17, 1932
 
7573601                  BLUE PRELUDE
 
MILLS BLUE RHYTHM BAND:  Wardell Jones, Shelton Hemphill, Ed Anderson, tp; George Washington, Henry Hicks, tb; Crawford Wethington, Gene Mikell, Joe Garland, reeds.  Edgar Hayes, p; Benny James, g; Hayes Alvis, b; O’Neil Spencer, d.
New York, September 23, 1932
 
12357-1                   JAZZ COCKTAIL
 
BENNIE MOTEN’S KANSAS CITY ORCHESTRA :  Bennie Moten, ldr; Hot Lips Page, Joe Keyes, Dee Stewart, tp; Dan Minor, tb; Eddie Durham, tb; g, arr; Eddie Barefield, cl, as; Jack Washington, as, bs; Ben Webster, ts; Count Basie, p; Leroy Berry, g; Walter Page, b, tu;  Willie “Mack” Washington, d.
Camden, N.J. December 13, 1932
 
74846-1                   TOBY
 
                                                                                                                                -3-
 
 
RAY NOBLE AND THE NEW MAYFAIR ORCHESTRA :  Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare, Nat Gonella, tp; Lew Davis, Tony Thorpe, tb; Laurie Payne, E.D. Pogson, Freddy Gardner, cl; as, bs; Harry Berly, ts; vln; Eric Siday, Reg Pursglove, Jean Pougnet, Hugo Rignold, vln; Harry Jacobson, p; Al Bowlly, g; Tiny Winters, b; Rudy Starita, d.
London, February 20, 1933
 
OB 6442-3              WHAT A PERFECT COMBINATION
 
CHICK WEBB’S SAVOY ORCHESTRA :  Mario Bauza, Reunald Jones, Taft Jordan, tp; Sandy Williams, tb; Pete Clark, as; Edgar Sampson, as, arr; Elmer Williams, ts; Joe Steele, p; John Trueheart, bjo, g; John Kirby, b; Chick Webb, d, ldr.
New York, May 18, 1943
 
152740-2 STOMPIN’ AT THE SAVOY
 
FLETCHER HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Russell Smith, Irving Randolph, Henry “Red” Allen, tp; Claude Jones, Keg Johnson, tb; Buster Bailey, cl; Russell Procope, Hilton Jefferson, cl, as; Ben Webster, ts; Fletcher Henderson, p, arr; Lawrence Lucie, g; Elmer James, b; Walter Johnson, d.
New York, September 12, 1934
 
38603-A                 DOWN SOUTH CAMP MEETING
 
BENNY CARTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Russell Smith, Otis Johnson, Irving Randolph, tp; Benny Morton, Keg Johnson, tb; Benny Carter, as, cl; Ben Smith, Russell Procope, as; Ben Webster, ts; Teddy Wilson, p; Clarence Holiday, g; Elmer James, b; Walter Johnson, d.
New York, December 13, 1934
 
16414-1                   EVERYBODY SHUFFLE
 
DORSEY BROTHERS ORCHESTRA :  George Thow, Jerry Neary, Charlie Spivak, tp; Tommy Dorsey, Joe Yukl, Don Mattison, tb;  Jimmy Dorsey, col, as; Jack Stacey, as; Skeets Herfurt, tb; Bobby van Eps, p; Roc Hillman, g; Delmar Kaplan, b; Ray McKinley, d.
New York, February 3, 1935
 
39342-A                 TAILSPIN
 
WILLIE BRYANT AND HIS ORCHESTRA ;  Benny Carter, tp, arr; Otis Johnson, Dick Clark, tp; John Haughton, George Matthews, Eddie Durham, tb; Glyn Paque, Stanley Payne, cl, as;
Johnny Russell, Ben Webster, ts; Ram Ramirez, p; Ernest Hill, b; Cozy Cole, d; Willie Bryant, voc, ldr.
New York, August 1, 1935
 
92908-1                   THE VOICE OF OLD MAN RIVER
 
                                                                                                                                                -4-                                                                         
 
PAUL WHITMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Ed Wade, Charlie Teagarden, Harry Goldfield, tp; Bill Rank, Jack Fulton, Jack Teagarden, tb; Benny Bonacio, cl, b-cl, as; John Cordaro, cl, as; Charles Strickfaden, as, ts; Frankie Trumbauer, as, c-melody sax, Kurt Dieterle, Mischa Russell, Matty Malneck, Harry Struble, vln; Roy Bargy, p Vincent Pirro, acc; Mike Pingatore, g; Art Miller, b; Larry Gomar, d.
New York, September 7, 1935
 
G4 182-1 FAREWELL BLUES
 
JOE HAYMES AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Cliff Weston, Lee Castle, Zeke Zarchy, tp; Mike Michaels, Frank Llewellyn, tb; Sol Pace, cl, Edgar Sarason, as; Freddy Fellensby, ts; Ben Herrod, bs; Bill Miller, p; Mac Cheikes, g; Jack Fay, b; Charlie Bush, d; Joe Haymes, ldr.
New York, July 27, 1936
 
19619-1                   SHOULD I ?
 
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Louis Armstrong, tp, voc;  Leonard Davis, Gus Aiken, Louis Bacon, tp; Harry White, Jimmy Archey, tb; Henry James, Charlie Holmes,
as;  Bingie Madison, Greely Walton, ts; Luis Russell, p, cond; Lee Blair, g; Pops Foster, b; Paul Barbarin, d.
New York, May 10, 1936
 
61108-A                 SWING THAT MUSIC
 
JIMMIE LUNCEFORD AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Eddie Tomkins, Dave Webster, tp; Sy Oliver, tp, arr; Russell Bowles, Elmer Crumbley, tb; Eddie Durham, tb, g; Willie Smith, cl, as, bs; Laforet Dent, Dan Grissom, as Joe Thomas, ts; Earl Carruthers, bs; Edwin Wilcox, p; Al Norris, g; Moses Allen, b; Jimmy Crawford d; Jimmie Lunceford, ldr.
New York,  August 31, 1936
 
61246-A                 ORGAN GRINDER’S SWING
 
TEDDY HILL AND HIS NBC ORCHESTRA :  Bill Dillard, Dizzy Gillespie, Shad Collins, tp; Dickie Wells, tb; Russell Procope, cl, as, Howard Johnson, as; Teddy Hill, Robert Carroll, ts; Sam Allen, p;  John Smith, g; Richard Fullbright, b; Bill Beason, d.
New York, April 23, 1937
 
010210-1 KING PORTER STOMP
 
BUNNY BERIGAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Bunny Berigan, tp, voc, ldr; Irving Goodman, Steve Lipkins, tp; Al George, Sonny Lee, tb; Joe Dixon, Mike Doty, cl, as; Clyde Rounds, Georgie Auld, ts; Joe Lippman, p, arr; Tom Morgan, g; Hank Wayland, b; George Wettling, d.
New York, August 7, 1937
 
011675-1 I CAN’T GET STARTED
 
                                                                                                                                -5-
 
 
RED NORVO AND HIS ORCHESTREA :  Louis Mucci, George Wendts, Stew Pletcher, tp; Al Mastren, tb; Charles Lamphere, Hank D’Amico, cl, as; Len Goldstein, as; Herbie Haymer, ts; Bill Miller, p; Red Norvo, xyl, ldr; Red McGarvey, g; Pete Peterson, b; Maurice Purtill, d; Eddie Sauter, arr.
Los Angeles, Sept 22, 1937
 
LA 1443-A             RUSSIAN LULLABY
 
BENNY GOODMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Ziggy Elman, Harry James, Chris Griffin, tp; Red Ballard, Vernon Brown, tb; Benny Goodman, cl; Hymie Schertzer, George Koenig, as; Arthur Rollini, Vido Musso, ts; Jess Stacy, p; Allan Reuss, g; Harry Goodman, b; Gene Krupa, d.
Broadcast, “Camel Caravan”, New York, November 2, 1937
 
                                RIDIN’ HIGH
 
BOB CROSBY AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Charlie Spivak, Yank Lawson, Billy Butterfield, tp; Ward Silloway, Warren Smith, tb; Matty Matlock, cl, as; Joe Kearns, as; Eddie Miller, cl, ts; Gil Rodin, ts; Bob Zurke, p; Nappy Lamare, g; Bob Haggart, b; Ray Bauduc, d; Bob Crosby, ldr.
Los Angeles, November 16, 1937
 
DLA-1090-A         SOUTH RAMPART STREET PARADE
 
EDGAR HAYES AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Bernie Flood, Henry Goodwin, Leonard Davis, tp; Robert Horton, Clyde Bernhardt, David James, tb; Rudy Powell, cl, as; Roger Boyd, as; William Mitchner, Joe Garland, ts; Edgar Hayes, p;  Eddie Gibbs, g; Frank Darling, b; Kenny Clarke, d.
New York, January 4, 1938
 
63157                      MEET THE BAND
 
SPUD MURPHY AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Nate Kazebier, Joe Meyer, Oliver Suderman, tp; Al Sherman, Joe Harris, tb; Bill De Dew, cl; Earl Boyle, as; Spud Murphy, cl, as, arr, ldr; Dick Petit, Bill Covey, ts; Chuck Edwards, p; Al Costi, g; Woody Bushell, b; Mack Halladay, d.
Los Angeles, April 27, 1938
 
DLA-1266-A         TRANS-CONTINENTAL
 
LARRY CLINTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Walter Smith, Rickey Traettino, James Sexton, tp; Joe Ortolano, Jack Bigelow, tb; Skeets Herfurt, Leo White, cl, as; George Dessinger, Tony Zimmers, cl, ts; Sam Mineo, p; Jack Chesleigh, g; Walter Hardman, b; Henry Adler, d; Bec Wain, voc, Larry Clinton, ldr, arr.
New York, July 16, 1938
 
024049-1 MY REVERIE
 
                                                                                                                                -6-
 
 
COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Ed Lewis, Buck Clayton, Harry Edison, tp; Dickie Wells, Dan Minor, Benny Morton, tb; Earl  Warren, cl, as; Herschel Evans, Lester Young, ts;
Jack Washington, bs; Count Basie, p; Freddy Green, g; Walter Page, b; Jo Jones, d.
New York, August 22, 1938
 
64474-A                 JUMPIN’ AT THE WOODSIDE
 
GLENN MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Dale McMickle, Legh Knowles, Bob Price, tp; Glenn Miller, tb, arr, ldr; Al Mastren, Paul Tanner, tb; Wilbur Schwartz, cl, as; Hal McIntyre, Stanley Aronson, as; Al Klink, Tex  Beneke, ts;  Chummy McGregor, p;  Allan Reuss, g; Rowland Bundock, b; Frankie Carlson, d.
New York, April 4, 1939
 
BS 035701-1           MOONLIGHT SERENADE
 
ERSKINE HAWKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA:  Erskine Hawkins, Sammy Lowe, Dud Bascombe, Marcellus Green, tp; Edward Sims, Bob Range, tb; Bill Johnson, Jimmy Mitchell, as; Julian Dash, ts; Haywood Henry, cl, bs; Avery Parrish, p; William McLemore, g; Leemie Stansfield, b; James Morrison, d.
New York, July 18, 1939
 
038421-1 TUXEDO JUNCTION
 
JAN SAVITT AND HIS TOP HATTERS :  Johnny Austin, Jimmy Campbell, Jack Hansen, tp; Cutty Cutshall, Fred Ohms, Don Simes, tb; Ed Clausen, Frank Langone, as; Gabe Galines, cl, ts; Sam Sachelle, ts; Jack Pleis, p; Guy Smith, g; Maurice Rayman, b; Russ Isaacs, d; Jan Savitt, ldr, arr.
New York, September 23, 1939
 
66634-A                 720 IN THE BOOKS
 
JACK TEAGARDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Lee Castle, Frank Ryerson, Carl Garvin, tp; Jack Teagarden, tb, ldr; Jose Guttierrez, Mark Bennett, Eddie Dudley, tb; Clint Garvin, Art St. John, cl, as; John Van Eps, Hub Lytle, ts, cl; Ernie Caceres, bs, ts, cl;  Jack Russin, p;  Allan Reuss, g; Benny Pottle, b; Dave Tough, d;  Fred Norman, arr.
New York, November 1, 1939
 
26245-A                 SWINGIN’ ON A TEAGARDEN GATE
 
CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA:  Maria Bauza, Lammar Wright, tp; Dizzy Gillespie, tp, arr; Tyree Glenn, tb, vib; Quentin Jackson, Keg Johnson, tb; Jerry Blake, cl, as; Hilton Jefferson, as; Andrew Brown, as, bs; Chu Berry, Walter Thomas, ts; Bennie Payne, p; Danny Barker, g; Milt Hinton, b; Cozy Cole, d; Cab Calloway, voc, ldr.
Chicago, March 8, 1940
 
WC-2983-A           PICKIN’ THE CABBAGE
 
                                                                                                                                                                -7-
 
 
TEDDY WILSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Doc Cheatham, Karl George,  Harold Baker, tp; Floyd Brady, tb; Pete Clark, cl, as, bs; Rudy Powell, cl, as; Ben Webster, George Irish, ts; Teddy Wilson, p; arr, ldr; Al Casey, g; Al Hall, b; J.C. Heard, d, voc; ensemble vocal.
New York, December 11, 1939
 
25735-1                   WHAM (Re-bop-boom-bam)
 
EARL HINES AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA :  Walter Fuller, Milton Fletcher, Edward Sims, tp; George Dixon, tp, as; Edward Burke, John Ewing, Joe McLewis, tb; Omer Simeon, cl, as; Leroy Harris, as; Jimmy Mundy, ts; Robert Crowder, ts, arr; Earl Hines, p, ldr; Claude Roberts, g; Quinn Wilson, b; Alvin Burroughs, d.
New York, February 13, 1940
 
047056-1                 DEEP FOREST
 
HORACE HENDERSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Emmett Berry, Pee Wee Jackson, tp; Ray Nance, tp, vln, Edward Fant, Nat Atkins, tb; Dalbert Bright, cl, as; Willie Randall, as; Elmer Williams, Dave Young, ts; Horace Henderson, p, arr; Hurley Ramey, g;  Jesse Simpkins, b; Oliver Coleman, d.
Chicago, February 27, 1940
 
WC-2965-A           KITTY ON TOAST
 
DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Rex Stewart; cnt;  Cootie Williams, Wallace Jones, tp; Joe Nanton, Juan Tizol, Lawrence Brown, tb; Barney Bigard, cl, ts; Johnny Hodges, as, ss; Otto Hardwick, as, bassax; Ben Webster, ts; Harry Carney, bs, cl, as; Duke Ellington, p, arr, ldr; Fred Guy, g; Jimmy Blanton, b;  Sonny Greer, d.      
New York, March 6, 1940
 
044889-2                 KO-KO 
 
JIMMY DORSEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Nate Kazebier, Jimmy Campbell, Shorty Soloman, tp; Nat Lobovsky, Sonny Lee, Don Mattison, tb; Jimmy Dorsey, cl, as ldr; Milt Yaner, Sam Rubinowich, as; Charles Frazier, Herbie Haymer, ts; Joe Lippman, p; Guy Smith, g; Jack Ryan, b; Buddy Schutz, d; Toots Camarata, arr.
New York, April 30, 1940
 
64642-A                 CONTRASTS
 
HARLAN LEONARD AND HIS ROCKETS :  Edward Johnson, William H. Smith, James Ross, tp; Fred Beckett, Richmond Henderson, tb; Harlan Leonard, cl, as, bs , ldr; Darwin Jones, as;  Henry Bridges, cl, ts; Jimmy Keith, ts; William Smith, p; Stan Morgan, g; Billy Hadnott, b; Jesse Price, d; Tadd Dameron, arr.
Chicago, July 5, 1940
 
053207-1 400 SWING
 
                                                                                                                                                                -8-
 
WILL BRADLEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Steve Lipkins, Joe Wiedman, Al Mitchell, tp; Will Bradley, tb, ldr; Bill Corti, Jim Emert, tb; Art Mendelsohn, Joe Huffman, as; Peanuts Hucko, cl, ts; Sam Sachelle, ts; Freddy Slack, p, arr; Steve Jordan, g; Doc Goldberg, b; Ray McKinley, d. voc.
New York, January 30, 1941
 
29591-1                   BOUNCE ME BROTHER WITH A SOLID FOUR
 
HAL MCINTYRE AND HIS ORCHESTRA:   Paul McCoy, Horace Nelson, Bill Rubenstein, Clarence Willard, tp; Vic Hamann, Howard Gibeling, Don Ruppersberg, tb; Hal McIntyre, cl, as ldr; Larry Kinsey, as; Dave Matthews, ts, arr; John Dee, ts;  Bob Poland, bs; Danny Hurd, p; Jack Lathrop, g; Eddie Safranski, b; Ralph Tilken, d.
New York, February 13, 1942
 
071851-1 SOUTH BAYON SHUFFLE
 
TOMMY DORSEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Chuck Peterson, Mannie Klein, Jimmy Blake, Ziggy Elman, tp; Tommy Dorsey, tb; ldr; George Ares, Dave Jacobs, Jimmy Skiles, tb; Fred Stulce, Manny Gershman, as; Heinie Beau, Don Lodice, Bruce Snyder, ts; Milt Raskin, p; Clark Yokum, g; Phil Stevens, b; Buddy Rich, d; Sy Oliver, arr.
Hollywood, March 9, 1942
 
072172-1 WELL, GIT IT!
 
BOBBY SHERWOOD AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Bobby Sherwood, tp, arr, ldr; Bob Goodrich, Clyde Hurley, Gene Morgan, tp; Al Jackson, Joe Yukl, tb; Bill Covey, as; Bill Martinez, cl, as; Bud Carlton, John Hamilton, ts; Champ Wess , bs;  Gene Plummer, p; Basil Hutchinson, g; Jud De Naut, b; John Cyr, d.
Los Angeles, May 5, 1942
 
2699                        THE ELK’S PARADE
 
MUGGSY SPANIER AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Muggsy Spanier, crt, ldr; Ruby Weinstein, Leon Schwartz, Elmer O’Brien, tp; Vernon Brown, Ford Leary, tb; Joe Herde, Karl Kates, Joe Forchetti, Ed Caine, as; Nick Caiazza, ts; Charlie Queener, p; Ken Broadhurst, g; Jack Kelleher, b; Al Hammer, d.
New York, June, 1, 1942
 
70802-A                AMERICAN PATROL
 
JAY MCSHANN AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Orville Minor, Bernard Anderson, Bob Merrill, tp; Lawrence Anderson, Taswell Baird, tb; John Jackson, Charlie Parker, as; Fred Culliver, Bob Mabane, ts; James Coe, bs; Jay McShann, p, ldr; Leonard “Lucky” Enois, g; Gene Ramey, b; Gus Johnson, d.
New York, July 2, 1942
 
70996-A                 SEPIAN BOUNCE
 
 
                                                                                                                                                                -9-
 
 
ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY :  Johnny Burris, Harry Lawson, tp; Howard McGhee, tp, arr; Ted Donnelly, Milton Robinson, tb;  John Harrington, cl, as; Ben Smith, as; Edward Inge, cl, ts; Al Sears, ts; Kenny Kersey, p;  Floyd Smith, g, cl-g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Tighpen, d; Andy Kirk, ldr.
New York, July 14, 1942
 
71053-A                 MCGHEE SPECIAL
 
LUCKY MILLINDER AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  William Scott, Dizzy Gillespie, Nelson Bryant, tp; George Stevenson, Joe Britton, tb;  Tab Smith, Billy Bowen, as; Stafford Simon, Dave Young, ts;  Ernest Purce, bs; Bill Doggett, p; Trevor Bacon, g; Nick Fenton, b; Panama Francis, d; Lucky Millinder, ldr.
New York, July 29, 1942
 
71246-A                 LITTLE JOHN SPECIAL
 
CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  AL Killian, Peanuts Holland, Jimmy Pupa, Lyman Vunk, tp; Eddie Bert, Ed Fromm, Spud Murphy, Bob Swift, tb; Charlie Barnet, as, ss, ts; ldr; Buddy De Franco, cl, as; Ray De Geer, as; Kurt Bloom, Mike Goldberg, ts; Danny Bank, bs;  Dodo Marmarosa, p; Turk Van Lake, g;   Russ Wagner, b; Harold Hahn, d; Ralph Burns, arr.
New York, September 21, 1943
 
71461-A                 THE MOOSE
 
TINY BRADSHAW AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Billy Ford, Talib Daawud, Sammy Yakes, tp; Leon Comegys, Andrew Penn, Alfonso King, tb; Sonny Stitt, Don Hill, as; Count Hastings, George “Big Nick” Nicholas, ts; Charlie Fowlkes, bs; Duke Anderson, p; Leonard Swain, b; Earl Walker, d; Tiny Bradshaw, ldr.
New York, 1944
 
S-1152                    BRADSHAW BOUNCE
 
ROY ELDRIDGE AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Roy Eldridge, tp, ldr; Sidney De Paris, Paul Cohen, Robert Mason, Pinky Savitt, tp; George Stevenson, Sandy Williams, Vic Dickenson, Wilber De Paris, tb; Joe Eldridge, Curby Alexander, as; Harold Singer, Franz Jackson, ts;  Dave McRae, bs; Teddy Brannon, p; Snags Allen, g; Billy Taylor, b; Cozy Cole, d.
New York, October 13, 1944
 
72430-A                 FISH MARKET
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                                                                                                                                                                -10-
 
 
ARTIE SHAW AND HIS ORCHESTRA : Roy Eldridge, tp; ldr, Ray Linn, Jimmy Pupa. George Schwartz, tp; Ray Conniff, tb, arr; Charles Coolidge, Pat McNaughton, Harry Rodgers, tb; Artie Shaw, cl, ldr; Les Clarke, Tom Mace, as; Herbie Steward, John Walton, ts; Chuck Gentry, bs; Dodo Marmarosa, Barney Kessel, g; Morris Rayman, b; Louis Fromm, d.
Los Angeles, November 23, 1944
 
D4VB 1055-1         JUMPIN’ ON THE MERRY-GO ROUND
 
GEORGIE AULD AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Billy Butterfield, Dizzy Gillespie, Al Killian, Jimmy Roma, tp; John O’Agostino, Eli Robinson, Trummy Young, tb; Georgie Auld, as, ts, ss,
Ldr; Musky Ruffo, Gene Zanoni, as; Al Cohn, Al Young, ts; Manny Albam, bs; Erroll Garner, p; Mike Bryan, g, Chubby Jackson, b; Shadow Wilson, d; Turk Van Lake, arr.
New York, February 7, 1945
 
G553-AI IN THE MIDDLE
 
BOYD RAEBURN AND HIS ORCHESTRA : Dizzy Gillespie, tp, arr; Stan Fishelson, Tommy Allison, Benny Harris, tp; Walter C. Robinson, Ollie Wilson, Jack Carmen, tb; Johnny Bothwell, Hal McKusick, as; Al Cohn, Joe Megro, ts; Serge Chaloff, bs; Boyd Raeburn, ts; bassax, ldr; Ike Carpenter, p; Steve Jordan, g; Oscar Pettiford, b; Shelly Manne, d.
New York, January 26, 1945
 
G542-2                    NIGHT IN TUNISIA
 
BILLY ECKSTINE AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Shorty McConnell, Raymond Orr, Boonie Hazel, Fats Navarro, tp; Gerald Valentine, Howard Scott, Chips Outcalt, tb; Norris Turney, Junior Williams, as; Gene Ammons, Josh Jackson, ts; Tate Houston, bs; Jimmy Golden, p; Connie Wainwright, g; Bill McMahon, b; Art Blakey, d; Billy Eckstine, ldr; Tadd Dameron, arr.
New York, March 1946
 
NSC 124 COOL BREEZE
 
CHARLIE VENTURA AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Fern Carton, Stan Fishelson, Jack Palmer, Al Stearns, tp; Bob Ascher, Lee Checci, Al Lorraine, Bennie Green, tb; Charlie Ventura, as, ts, ldr; Aaron Sachs, cl, cs; Murray Williams, as; Dan Cappi, Barney Marino, ts; Tony Ferina, bs; Tony Aless, p; Clyde Lombardi, b; Stan Levey, d.
New York, October 18, 1946
 
NSC-185 ANNIE, ANNIE OVER
 
RALPH BURNS AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Sonny Berman, Conrad Gozzo, tp; Bill Harris, Ollie Wilson, tb; Vince De Rosa, Fr-h; Hal McKusick, Harry Klee, cl; as, fl; Herbie Steward, Lucky Thompson, ts; Chuck Gentry, bs; Dodo Marmarosa, p; Arvin Garrison, g; Red Callender, b; Don Lamond, d, Ralph Burns, arr, ldr.
Los Angeles, October 1946
 
C2075-1                  INTROSPECTION
                                                                                                                                                -11-
 
GEORGE HANDY AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Pete Candoli, Sonny Berman, Al Killian, Conrad Gozzo, Dale Pearce, tp; Bill Harris, Ollie Wilson, Ed Kusby, tb; Evan Vale, Vincent de Robertis, F-hrd; Julius Jacobs, oboe; Harry Klee, as, fl, cl; Hal McKusick, as; Herbie Steward, Lucky Thompson, ts; Chuck Gentry, bs, b-cl; Robert Swanson, bassoon, Arthur Fleming, contra-bassoon; Dodo Marmarosa, p; Arvin Garrison, g; Red Callender, b; Don Lamond, Jimmy Pratt, Jackie Mills, perc; unknown, strings; George Handy, arr, ldr.
Los Angeles, October 1946
 
2076-7                     THE BLOOS
 
GENE KRUPA AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Don Fagerquist, Ray Triscari, Ed Badgley, Al Porcino, tp; Clay Hervey, Dick Taylor, Emil Mazaneo, Jack Zimmerman, tb; Harry Terrill, Charlie Kennedy, as; Buddy Wise, Mitch Melnick, ts; Jack Schwartz, bs; Buddy Neal, p; Bob Lesher, g; Bob Strahl, b; Joe Dale, d; Gene Krupa, d, ldr; Gerry Mulligan, arr.
New York, January 22, 1947
 
CD-37309-2            DISK JOCKEY JUMP
 
ILLINOIS JACQUET AND HIS ORCHESTRA:  “Slim Romero” Fats Navarro, Joe Newman, Miles Davis, Marion Hazel, tp; Gus Chappell, Fred Robinson, Ted Kelly, Dickie Wells, tb; Ray Perry, Jimmy Powell, as; Illinois Jacquet, Big Nick Nicholas, ts: Leo Parker, bs; Bill Doggett, p, arr; Al Lucas, b; Shadow Wilson, d.
New York, January 2, 1947
 
NR97-2                  JIVIN’ WITH JACK THE BELLBOY
 
EDDIE CLEANHEAD VINSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  John Hunt, Clark Terry, Volley Bastine, tp; Leon Comegys, Nick Sparrow, tb; Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson, as, voc, ldr; Frank Dominquez, as; Lee Pope, Red Carmen, ts; Greely Walton, bs; Earl Van Riper, p; Leonard “Heavy” Swain, b; Butch Ballard, d.
St, Louis, April 29, 1947
 
922                          RAILROAD PORTER BLUES
 
LIONEL HAMPTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Wendell Culley, Duke Garrette, Andrew Penn, Jimmy Wormick, Britt Woodman, tb; Jack Kelson, cl, cs; Bobby Plater, Ben Kynard, as;  Morris Lane, John Sparrow, ts;  Charlie Fowlkes, bs; Lionel Hampton, vib, ldr; Billy Mackel, g; Joe Comfort, Charlie Mingus, b;  Earl Walker, d.
Los Angeles, November 10, 1947
 
L4546                      MIDNIGHT SUN
 
NEAL HEFTI AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Doug Mettome, Al Porcino, Ray Wetzel, tp; Bill Harris, Bert Varsalona, tb; Vincent Jacobs, F-hrn, John La Porta, cl; Murray Williams, Charlie Parker, as;  Flip Phillips,. Pete Mondello, ts; Manny Albam, bs;  Tony Aless, p; Curley Russell, b; Shelly Manne, d; Diego Ibarra, perc; Sam Caplan , Harry Catzman, Gene Orloff, Zelly Smirnoff, Sid Harris, Manny Fidler, Fred Rozilia, Nat Hanson, Joe Benventi, strings; Neal Hefti, arr, ldr.
New York, December 1947
 
2071                        REPETITION
                                                                                                                                                -12-
 
CLAUDE THORNHILL AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Red Rodney, Louis Mucci, ; Eddie Zandy, tp;  Allan Landstaff, Tak Takvorian, tb; Sandy Siegelstein, Fred Schmidt, Fr-h; Bill Barber, ty; Danny Polo, cl; Lee Konitz, as; Mickey Folus, Mario Rollo, ts; Bill Bushey, bs; Claude Thornhill, p, ldr; Barry Galbraith, g; Joe Shulman, b; Billy Exciner, d; Gil Evans, arr.
New York, December 17, 1947
 
CO 38544-1            YARDBIRD SUITE
 
DIZZY GILLESPIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Dizzy Gillespie, tp; ldr; Dave Burns, Elmon Wright, Jr., Benny Bailey, Lamar Wright, Jr., tp; Bill Shepherd, Red Kelly, tb; Howard Johnson, John Brown, as: Joe Gayles, George “Big Nick” Nicholas, ts; Cecil Payne, bs; John Lewis, p; Al McKibbon, b; Kenny Clarke, d; Chano Pozo,. cga; Tadd Dameron, arr.
New York, December 30, 1947
 
D7VB 3092-1         GOOD BAIT
 
MACHITO AND HIS AFRO-CUBANS : Mario Bauza, tp; oboe; Frank Davila, Bobby Woodlen, tp; Gene Johnson, Fred Skerritt, as;  Jose Madeira, ts; Leslie Johnakins, bs; Rene Hernandez, p; Roberto Rodriguez, bs; Luis Miranda, cga;  Ubaldo Nieto, timbales; Jose Mangual, bgo; Machito, maracas, ldr.
New York, 1948
 
                                ASIA MINOR
 
THE METRONOME ALL STARS :  Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Fats Navarro, tp; Kai Winding, Jay Jay Johnson, tb; Buddy de Franco, cl; Charlie Parker, as; Charlie Ventura, ts; Ernie Cacekes, bs; Lennie Tristano, p; Billy Bauer, g; Eddie Safranski, b;  Shelly Manne, d; Pete Rugolo, arr.
New York, January 3, 1949
 
D9VB  0021-1        OVERTIME
 
ROY PORTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Art Farmer, Eddie Preston, James Metlock, Robert Ross, tp; Jimmy Knepper, Danny Horton,  William Willington, tb; Eric Dolphy, Leroy Robinson, as; Clifford Solomon, Joe Howard, ts; Clyde Dunn, bs;  Joe Harrison, p; Bennie White, g; Addison Farmer, b; Roy Porter, d, ldr; Alvy Kid, cga.
Los Angeles, January 19, 1949
 
SLA 1104               GASSIN’ THE WIG
 
ELLIOT LAWRENCE AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Joe Techner, John Dee, Jimmy Padget, tp; Bill Danzien, tp; Fr-h; Sy Berger, Vince Forrest, Chuck Harris, tb; Joe Soldo, Louis Giamo, as; Phil Urso, Bruno Rondelli, ts;  Merle Broadwell; bs; Elliot Lawrence, p; ldr; Bob Karch, p; Tommy O’Neil, b; Howie Mann, d; Gerry Mulligan, arr.
New York, April 13, 1949
 
CD40656                ELEVATION
 
 
                                                                                                                                                                -13-
 
BUDDY DE FRANCO AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Bernie Glow, Paul Cohen, James Pupa, Jack Eagle, tp; Ollie Wilson, Earl Swope, Bart Varsalona, tb; Buddy De Franco, cl, Lee Konitz, Frank Socolow, as; Al Cohn, Jerry Sanfino, ts; Serge Chaloff, bs; Gene De Novi, p; Oscar Pettiford, b; Irv Kluger, d; George Russell, arr.
New York, April 23, 1949
 
3769                        A BIRD IN IGOR’S YARD
 
GILL FULLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Dave Burns, Bill Massey, Abdul Salaam, Mustapha Daleel, tp; Clarence Ross, Rip Tarrant, Charlie Johnson, Haleen Rasheed, tb; Sahib Shihab, Jimmy Heath, as; Billy Mitchell, Pritchard Chessman, ts; Cecil Payne, bs; Milt Jackson, vib, p; Percy Heath, b; arr. Art Blakey, d, Gil Fuller, arr, ldr.
New York, July 11, 1949
 
175-2                       TROPICANA
 
WOODY HERMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA:  Ernie Royal, Al Porcino, Charlie Walp, Stan Fishelson, Shorty Rogers, tp; Earl Swope, Bill Harris, Ollie Wilson, Bart Varsalona, tb; Woody Herman, cl, as, ldr; Sam Marowitz, as; Gene Ammons, Buddy Savitt, Jimmy Giuffre, ts; Serge Chaloff, bs; Lou Levy, p; Terry Gibbs, vib; Oscar Pettiford, b; Shelly Manne, d; Johnny Mandel, arr.
Los Angeles, July 14, 1949
 
4668                        NOT REALLY THE BLUES
 
TED HEATH AND HIS MUSIC:  Bobby Pratt, Stan Roderick, Stan Reynolds, Ronnie Hughes, tp; Jackie Armstrong, Maurice Pratt;  Jack Bentley, Jimmy Coombes, tb; Lee Gilbert, Reg Owen, as;  Tommy Whittle, Henry MacKenzie, ts; Dave Shand, bs; Dave Simpson, p; Jack Seymour, b; Jack Parnell, d; Tadd Dameron, arr; Ted Heath, ldr.
London, October 27, 1949
 
DR 14229-1            EUPHORIA
 
MAYNARD FERGUSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA :   Maynard Ferguson, tp ldr; Chico Alvarez, Al Porcino, Shorty Rogers, tp; Milt Bernhart, Harry Betts, Bob Fitzpatrick, tb; John Graas, Fr-h; Gene Englund, tu; Art Pepper, Bud Shank, as; Bob Cooper, Jimmy Giuffre, ts;  Bob Gioga, bs; Joe Rotondi, p; Don Bagley, b; Shelly Manne, d.
Los Angeles, September 13, 1950
 
6582                        SHORT WAVE
 
BILLY MAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA:  Mannie Klein, Johnny Best, Uan Rasey, Conrad Gozzo, tp; Murray McEachern, Ed Kusby, Si Zentner, Francis Howard, tb; Wilbur Schwartz, Les Robinson, as;  Ted Nash, Fred Fallensby, ts; Chuck Gentry, bs; Buddy Cole, p; Barney Kessel, g; Don Whitaker, b; Remo Belli, d; Billy May,. arr, ldr.
Hollywood, February 8, 1952
 
9696                        MAYHEM  
 
                                                                                                                                                -14-
 
SAUTER-FINEGAN ORCHESTRA :  Bob Nichols,. Nick Travis, Joe Ferante, tp; Willard Harris, Vernon Friley, Bart Varsalona, tb; Sid Cooper, Babe Fresk, Sol Schlinger, Boomie
Richman, Al Klink, reeds, woodwinds; Ralph Burns, p; Barry Galbrath, g; Trigger Alpert, b; Don Lamond, Walter Rosenberger, d; perc; Verly Mills, harp; John Barber, tu; Eddie Sauter, Bill Finegan, arr, ldr.
New York, October 15, 1952
 
E2VB 6344             THE DOODLETOWN FIFERS
 
STAN KENTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Conte Candoli, Buddy Childers, Maynard Ferguson, Ruben McFall, Don Dennis, tp; Bob Burgess, Frank Rosolino, Bill Russo, George Roberts, tb;  Keith Moon, b-tb; Vinnie Dean, Lee Konitz, as; Richie Kamuca, Bill Holman, ts; Bob Gioga, bs; Stan Kenton, p, ldr; Sal Salvador, g; Don Bagley, b; Stan Levey, d; Bill Russo, arr.
Hollywood, January 28, 1953
 
11080                      LOVER MAN
 
Kenny Graham’s Afro Cubists :  Joe Hunter, tp; Kenny Graham, ts, ldr; Derek Humble, Joe Temperley, Pete King, ts; Oscar Birch, bs; Ralph Dollimore, p; Sammy Stokes, b; Phil Seamen, d; Billy Olu Shalanke, cga.
London, February 3, 1953
 
RPL 351                  JUMP FOR JOE
 
LOUIE BELLSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA : Harry Edison, Maynard Ferguson, Conrad Gozzo, Ray Linn, tp; Hoyt Bomannon, Herbie Harper, Tommy Pederson, tb; Benny Carter, Willie Smith, as; Wardell, Gray, Bumps Meyers, ts; Bob Lawson, bs; Jimmy Rowles, p;  Barney Kessel, g; John Simmons, b; Louie Bellson, d.
Los Angeles, September, 1953
 
1251 FOR EUROPEANS ONLY
 
SHORTY ROGERS AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Shorty Rogers, tp, arr, ldr; Conrad Gozzo, Maynard Ferguson, Harry Edison, Conte Condoli; tp; Milt Bernhart, Harry Betts, Bob Enevoldsen, tb; John Graas, Fr-jh Paul Sarmento, tu; Herb Geller, Bud Shank, as; Bill Holman, Jimmy Giuffre, Bob Gordon, bs; Marty Paich, p; Curtis Counce, b;  Shelly Mann, d.
Los Angeles, February 9, 1954
 
E4VB 3029             SWINGIN’ THE BLUES
 
LES BROWN AND HIS BAND OF RENOWN :  Wes Hensel, Don Paladino, Stan Stout, Don Fagerquist, tp; Ray Sims, Dick Noel, Bob Spring, Stumpy Brown, tb; Les Brown, cl, as, ldr;  Sol Libero, cl, as; Ronny Lang, as, fl; Dave Pell, ts, Abe Aron, ts, bs; Butch Stone, bs; Donn Trenner, p; Vernon Polk g; Rollie Bundock, b; Jack Sperling, d, Frank Comstock, arr.
Hollywood, April 14, 1954
 
L7637-A I’VE GOT MY LOVE TO KEEP ME WARM
 
                                                                                                                                -15-
 
HARRY JAMES AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Harry James, tp, ldr; Dominick Buono, Arthur De Pew, Everett McDonald, Ralph Osborn, tp; Ziggy Elmer, Louis McCreary, tb; Juan Tizol, v-tb; Willie Smith, cl, as;  Bob Poland, bs; Pat Chartrand, William Massingill, Herbet Lorden, Jr., reeds; Bruce McDonald, p; Sam Herman, g; Theodore Hayes, b; Jackie Mills, d; Gordon Polk, cga; Neal Hefti, arr.
Hollywood, December 13, 1954
 
RHO 33283            THE GREAT LIE
 
PETE RUGOLO AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Buddy Childers, Maynard Ferguson, Uan Rasey, Shorty Rogers, tp; Milt Bernhart, Harry Betts, Herbie Harper, Bob Fitzpatrick, tb; Vince De Rosa, John Graas, Fr-h; Paul Sarmento, tu; Bud Shank, Harry Klee, fl, as; Bob Cooper, ts, oboe; Bob Gordon, bs; b-cl;  Russ Freeman, p; Howard Roberts, g; Joe Mondragon,  Harry Babasin, b; Shelly Manne, d; Bernie Mattison, perc; Jack Costanzo, bgo; Pete Rugolo, arr, ldr.
Los Angeles, February 11, 1955
 
HCO 33363            BOBBIN’ WITH BOB
 
OSCAR PETTIFORD AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Ernie Royal, Art Farmer, tp; Jimmy Clevelabnd, tb; Julius Watkins, David Amram, Fr-h; Gigi Gryce, as; Lucky Thompson, ts, arr; Jerome Richardson, ts, fl; Dave Kurtzer, bs; Tommy Flanagan, p; Oscar Pettiford, b, cello, ldr; Osie Johnson, d; Janet Putnam, harp
New York, June 10, 1956
 
                                THE PENDULUM AT FALCON’S LAIR
 
SUN RA AND HIS MYTH-SCIENCE ARKESTRA :  Dave Young, tp, bells;  Arthur Hoyle, tp, Indian-bells; Jul;ian Priester, tb, cathedral chimes; James Scales, as; John Gilmore, ts, woodblocks; Pat Patrick, bs, bells; Sun Ra, p, ldr; Richard Evans, b; Wilburn Green, el-b, Indian-tambourine; Robert Berry, d, bells, Jim Herndon, tymp, bells, timbales.
Chicago, July 12, 1956
 
                                TRANSITION
 
BUDDY RICH AND HIS ORCHESTRA:  Pete Candoli, Harry Edison, Conrad Gozzo, tp; Frank Rosolino, tb; Bob Enevoldsen, v-tb, ts; Bob Cooper, ts; Buddy Collette, bs, fl; Jimmy Rowles, p; Bill Pittman, g; Joe Mondragon, b; Buddy Rich, d; Marty Paich, arr.
Los Angeles, August 25, 1956
 
2938-4                     DOWN FOR DOUBLE
 
 
 
 
 
                                                                                                                                                16
 
COOTIE WILLIAMS/REX STEWART :  Rex Stewart, cnt; Cootie Williams, tp; Lawrence Brown, J.C. Higginbotham, tb; Coleman Hawkins, Bud Freeman, ts; Hank Jones, p; Billy Bauer, g; Milt Hinton, b; Gus Johnson, d.
New York, April 30, 1957
 
                                DO NOTHING TILL YOU HEAR FROM ME
 
FLORY-PORCINO JAZZ WAVE ORCHESTRA :  Lee Katzman, Jack Holman, Al Porcino, Ray Triscari, tp; Lew McCreary, Dave Wellls, tb; Med Flory, as, ts; Charlie Kennedy, as; Bill Holman, ts, arr.  Richie Kamuca, ts; Bill Hood, bs; Russ Freeman, p; Red Kelly, b; Mel Lewis, d.
Los Angeles, May 13, 1957
 
                                AN OCCASIONAL MAN
 
BILL HOLMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Conte Candoli, Al Porcino, Ray Linn, tp; Stu Williamson, tp, v-tb; Lew McGreary, Ray Sims, Bob Fitzgerald, tb; Herb Geller, Charlie Mariano, as; Bill Holman, ts, arr, ldr; Richie Kamuca, ts; Steve Perlow, bs; Lou Levy, p; Max Bennett, b; Mel Lewis, d.
Los Angeles, April,. 29, 1957
 
L10063                    AIREGIN
 
THE HERB POMEROY ORCHESTRA :  Herb Pomeroy, tp, ldr; Lennie Johnson,  Augie Ferretti, Everett Longstreth, Joe Gordon, tp; Joe Ciavardone, Bill Legan, Gene Di Stasio, tb; Dave Chapman, Boots Mussulli, as; Varty Haroutunian, Jaki Byard, ts; Deane Haskins, bs; Ray Santisi, ; John Neves, b; Jimmy Zitano, d.
New York, June 3, 1957
 
                                THEME FOR TERRY
 
THE NAT PIERCE ORCHESTRA :  Buck Clayton, tp, arr, Doug Mettome, Al Stewart, Don Stratton, Skip Reider, tp; Jim Dahl, Bill Elton, Frank Rehak, tb; Dick Meldonian, Anthony Ortega, as; Dick Hafer, Paul Quinichette, ts; Gene Allen, bs’ Nat Pierce, p, ldr; Turk Van Lake, g; Bill Takas, b; Gus Johnson, d.
New York, August, 1957
 
                                7th AVENUE EXPRESS
 
SAL SALVADOR AND HIS ORCHESTRA:  Maynard Ferguson, Doc Severinsen, Ernie Royal, Joe Ferrante, tp; Frank Rehak, Eddie Bert, tb; Ray Starling, mellophopne, Dave Amram, Fr-h; Bill Barber, tu; Sal Salvador, g, ldr; George Roumanis, b; Jimmy Campbell, d.
New York, April 3, 1958
 
104802                    DEEP DOWN
 
 
                                                                                                                                                17
 
MERCER ELLINGTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Cat Anderson, Harold Baker, Clark Terry, tp; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, John Sanders, tb; Johnny Hodges, Russell Procope, as; Jimmy Hamilton, ts, cl; Ben Webster, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Jimmy Jones, p; Carl Lynch, g; George Duvivier, b; Sam Bailey, d; Mercer Ellington, arr, ldr.
New York, July 17, 1958
 
105302                    FROLIC SAM
 
 
BUDDY JOHNSON AND HIS ORCHESTYRA :  John Burks, Irwin Stokes, Gil Askey, tp;  Allen Rashied, Ted Donelly, Edward Burks, tb; Harold Minerve, Teddy Small, as; Purvis Henson, John Burden, ts; Maxwell Lucas, bs; Buddy Johnson, p, arr, ldr; Chauncey Westbrook, g; Leon Spann, b; Rufus Jones, d.
New York, December 1958
 
                                GO AHEAD AND ROCK
 
GIL EVANS AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Johnny Coles, Louis Mucci, Danny Stiles, tp; Jimmy Cleveland, Curtis Fuller, Rod Levitt, tb; Earl Chapin, Fr-h; Bill Barber, tu; Budd Johnson, cl, ts; Steve Lacy, ss; Eddie Caine, woodwinds, Gil Evans, p, arr, ldr; Ray Crawford, g; Tommy Potter, b; Elvin Jones, d.
New York, February 5, 1959
 
                                JOY SPRING
 
JOHNNY RICHARDS AND HIS ORCHESTRA :  Burt Collins, Jerry Kail, Clyde Reasinger, Ray Copeland, tp; Billy Byers, Jimmy Cleveland,  Jim Dahl, tb; Joe Singer, Fr-h, Jay McAllister, tu; Dave Schildkraut, as; Frank Socolow, ts; Bill Slapin, bs, fl, pic; Shelly Gold, bassax; John Knapp, p; Chet Amsterdam. b; Ed Shaugnessy, d.; Warren Smith, Jr., perc; Johnny Richards, arr. Ldr.
New York, May 19, 1959
 
107315                    RUN WILD
 
Terry Gibbs Dream Band :  John Audiino, Conte Candoli, Frank Higgins, Stu Williamson, tp; Bobby Burgess, Vern Friley, Bill Smiley, tb; Joe Maini, Charlie Kennedy, as; Bill Perkins, Med Flory, ts; Jack Schwartz, bs; Lou Levy, p; Terry Gibbs, vib, ldr; Buddy Clark, b; Mel Lewis, d; Bill Holman, arr.
Hollywood, November 1959
 
                                THE SONG IS YOU
 
GERRY MULLIGAN AND THE CONCERT JAZZ BAND :  Don Ferrara, Clark Terry, Nick Travis, tp; Bob Brookmeyer, v-tb; Willie Dennis, Alan Ralph, tb; Gene Quill, cl, as; Bob Donovan, as; Jim Reider, ts; Gene Allen, bs, b-cl; Gerry Mulligan, bs, p, arr, ldr; Bill Crow, b; Mel Lewis, d.
“Village Vanguard”, New York, December 1960
 
                                BLACK NIGHTGOWN
 
 
 


Lightnin' Hopkins - The Houston Hurricane - Track Listing (sorry, no discog on this one at the moment)

Disc 1
1. West Coast Blues
2. Katie Mae Blues
3. That Mean Old Twister
4. I Can't Stay Here In Your Town
5. Short Haired Woman
6. Little Mama Boogie
7. (Let Me) Play With Your Poodle
8. Can't Get That Woman Off My Mind
9. Picture On The Wall
10. You Are Not Goin' To Worry My Life Anymore
11. Miss Me Blues
12. Sugar On My Mind
13. Nightmare Blues
14. Lightnin's Boogie
15. Daddy Will Be Home One Day
16. Moonrise Blues
17. Morning Blues
18. Have To Let You Go
19. Mama's Baby Child
20. Mistreater Blues
21. My California
22. Honey Babe
23. So Long
24. See See Rider
25. Unpredictable Woman
26. I Just Don't Care
27. Whiskey Headed Woman
28. Abilene

Disc 2
1. Shotgun
2. Rollin' And Rollin
3. Tell It Like It Is
4. Miss Loretta
5. Ida Mae
6. What Can It Be
7. Lonesome Home
8. Appetite Blues
9. Ain't It A Shame
10. Tim Moore's Farm
11. You Don't Know
12. Somebody's Got To Go
13. Baby Please Don't Go
14. Mad With You
15. Unsuccessful Blues
16. Rollin' Woman Blues
17. "T" Model Blues
18. Lightnin's Boogie
19. Zologo
20. Automobile Blues
21. Untrue Blues
22. Henny Penny Blues
23. Jackstropper Blues
24. Grievance Blues
25. Grosebeck Blues
26. Racetrack Blues
27. Bluebird Blues
28. Goin' Back And Talk To Mama

Disc 3
1. Beggin' You To Stay
2. Bad Luck And Trouble
3. Last Affair
4. Lonesome Dog Blues
5. Needed Time
6. One Kind Favour
7. Another Fool In Town
8. Candy Kitchen
9. Black Cat
10. Santa Fe Blues
11. Some Day Baby
12. Black Cat Bone
13. Disagreeable
14. Dark And Cloudy
15. Coffee Blues
16. Praying Ground Blues
17. Give Me Central 209
18. Long Way From Texas
19. You Caused (My Heart To Weep)
20. Tap Dance Boogie
21. Dirty House
22. Freight Train Blues
23. One Kind Of Favor
24. Contrary Mary
25. I'm Beggin' You
26. Sad News From Korea

Disc 4
1. Ain't It A Shame
2. Crazy 'Bout My Baby
3. Highway Blues
4. I'm Wild About You Baby
5. "Bad Things On My Mind"
6. The War Is Over
7. Policy Game
8. Merry Christmas
9. Happy New Year
10. Cemetery Blues
11. Shine On Moon
12. Lightnin's Boogie
13. Lonesome In Your Home
14. Remember Me
15. Sittin' Down Thinkin'
16. Lightnin's Special
17. Don't Think Cause Your Pretty
18. Life I Used To Live
19. My Baby's Gone
20. Sick Feeling Blues
21. Moving On Out
22. Evil Hearted Woman
23. Blues For My Cookie
24. Had A Gal Called Sal
25. Nothin' But The Blues
26. My Little Kewpie Doll
27. Moanin' Blues



Edith Piaf - No Regrets - Track Listing
(sorry, no discog on this one at the moment)

CD    Track Nr.    Track Name       
1    1    Les Momes De La Cloche   
1    2    L'etranger   
1    3    J'suis Mordue   
1    4    Mon Apero   
1    5    Mon Amant De La Coloniale   
1    6    Entre Saint-Ouen Et Clignancourt
1    7    Correqu'et Reguyer   
1    8    Mon Coeur Est Au Coin D'une Rue
1    9    Paris-Mediterranee   
1    10    Browning   
1    11    Mon Legionnaire   
1    12    Partance   
1    13    Le Fanion De La Legion   
1    14    Madeleine Qu' Avait Du Coeur   
1    15    Le Grand Voyage Du Pauvre Negre
1    16    C'est Lui Que Mon Coeur A Choisi
1    17    Je N'en Connais Pas Le Fin   
1    18    Elle Frequentait La Rue Pigalle   
1    19    Les Deux Copains   
1    20    Le Petit Monsieur Triste   
1    21    On Danse Sur Ma Chanson   
1    22    C'est La Moindre Des Choses   
1    23    Embrasse-Moi   
1    24    Jimmy, C'est Lui   
2    1    L'accordeoniste (La Fille De Joie Est Triste)
2    2    Y'en A Un De Trop   
2    3    J'ai Danse Avec L'amour   
2    4    C'est Un Monsieur Tres Distingue
2    5    Ou Sont-Ils Mes Petits Copains?
2    6    Simple Comme Bonjour   
2    7    Tu Es Partout   
2    8    Un Coin Tout Bleu   
2    9    C'etait Une Histoire D'amour   
2    10    J'ai Qu'a L'Regarder   
2    11    Le Disque Use   
2    12    Le Brun Et Le Blond   
2    13    Histoire De Coeur   
2    14    Un Monsieur Me Suit Dans La Rue
2    15    Coup De Grisou   
2    16    Le Chasseur De L'hotel   
2    17    Y'a Pas D'printemps   
2    18    Monsieur Saint-Pierre   
2    19    Regarde-Moi Toujours Comme Ca
2    20    De L'autre Cote De La Rue   
2    21    La Vie En Rose   
2    22    Le Petit Homme   
3    1    Les Trois Cloches   
3    2    Celine   
3    3    Le Roi A Fait Battre Tambour   
3    4    Dans Les Prisons De Nantes   
3    5    Mariage   
3    6    Il Pleut   
3    7    Les Amants De Paris   
3    8    Bal Dans Ma Rue   
3    9    Hymne A L'amour   
3    10    La Fete Continue   
3    11    Je Hais Les Dimanches   
3    12    Padam, Padam   
3    13    La Valse De L'Amour   
3    14    La Rue Aux Chansons   
3    15    Notre Dame De Paris   
3    16    Jezebel   
3    17    C'est Toi   
3    18    Si, Si, Si   
3    19    Monsieur Et Madame   
3    20    Au Bal De La Chance   
3    21    Je T'ai Dans Le Peau   
3    22    Johnny Tu N'es Pas Un Ange   
3    23    Bravo Pour Le Clown   
4    1    Soeur Anne   
4    2    La Goualante Du Pauvre Jean   
4    3    Sous Le Ciels De Paris   
4    4    Mea Culpa   
4    5    L'homme Au Piano   
4    6    Le Chemin Des Forains   
4    7    C'est A Hambourg   
4    8    Autumn Leaves   
4    9    Les Amants D'un Jour   
4    10    Enifin Le Printemps   
4    11    L'homme A La Moto   
4    12    Marie La Francaise   
4    13    La Foule   
4    14    Salle D'Attente   
4    15    Un Etranger   
4    16    Mon Manege A Moi   
4    17    Le Gitan Et La Fille   
4    18    Milord   
4    19    Mon Dieu   
4    20    Les Flon-Flons Du Bal   
4    21    Les Mots D'amour   
4    22    La Ville Inconnue   
4    23    Boulevard Du Crime   
4    24    Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien   



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