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Jack Palmer, Spencer Williams: I Found A New Baby

Work length3:19
$1.10
$1.40
  • Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra, Lenny Hartman (saxophone), Mike Pingitore (guitar), Lou Paino (drums), Art Shapiro (bass guitar), Buddy Weed (piano), Tommy Mace (saxophone), King Guion (saxophone), Danny d'Andrea (saxophone), Alvy West (saxophone), Murray McEachern (trombone), Skip Layton (trombone), Don Waddilove (trumpet), Billy Butterfield (trumpet), Larry Neil (trumpet), Monty Kelly (trumpet)
  • Recorded: 1942

Jimmy Mundy: The General Jumped At Dawn

Work length3:19
$1.10
$1.40
  • Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra, Lenny Hartman (saxophone), Mike Pingitore (guitar), Lou Paino (drums), Art Shapiro (bass guitar), Buddy Weed (piano), Tommy Mace (saxophone), King Guion (saxophone), Danny d'Andrea (saxophone), Alvy West (saxophone), Murray McEachern (trombone), Skip Layton (trombone), Don Waddilove (trumpet), Billy Butterfield (trumpet), Larry Neil (trumpet), Monty Kelly (trumpet)
  • Recorded: 1942

Harry Warren, Mack Gordon: I've Got A Gal In Kalamazoo

Work length3:10
$1.10
$1.40
  • Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra, The Mellowaires (vocals), Lenny Hartman (saxophone), Lou Paino (drums), Mike Pingitore (guitar), Art Shapiro (bass guitar), Buddy Weed (piano), Tommy Mace (saxophone), King Guion (saxophone), Danny d'Andrea (saxophone), Alvy West (saxophone), Murray McEachern (trombone), Skip Layton (trombone), Don Waddilove (trumpet), Billy Butterfield (trumpet), Larry Neil (trumpet), Monty Kelly (trumpet)
  • Recorded: 1942

Johnny Mercer, James Mundy, Trummy Young: Trav'lin' Light

Work length3:16
$1.10
$1.40
  • Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra, Billie Holiday (vocals), Sol Blumenthal (strings), Jack Teagarden (background vocalist), Willie Rodriguez (drums), Artie Shapiro (bass (vocal)), Mike Pingitore (guitar), Buddy Weed (piano), David Newman (strings), Harry Azen (strings), Johnny Mercer (background vocalist), Murray McEachern (trombone), Skip Layton (trombone), Don Waddilove (trumpet), Larry Neil (trumpet), Monty Kelly (trumpet), Tommy Mace (saxophone), King Guion (saxophone), Lenny Hartman (saxophone), Danny d'Andrea (saxophone), Alvy West (saxophone)
  • Paul Whiteman
  • Recorded: 2000
  • Recording Venue: Capitol Studios, Hollywood, California

Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael: The Old Music Master

Work length2:56
$1.10
$1.40
  • Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra, Johnny Mercer (vocals), Jack Teagarden, Lenny Hartman (saxophone), Sol Blumenthal (strings), Harry Azen (strings), Willie Rodriguez (drums), Mike Pingitore (guitar), Art Shapiro (bass guitar), Buddy Weed (piano), Tommy Mace (saxophone), King Guion (saxophone), Alvy West (saxophone), Danny d'Andrea (saxophone), Murray McEachern (trombone), Skip Layton (trombone), Don Waddilove (trumpet), Larry Neil (trumpet), Monty Kelly (trumpet), Jack Teargarden (vocals), The Mellowaires (vocals), David Newman (strings)
  • Recorded: 1942

L. Mc Phail, W. Michels: San

Work length3:23
$1.10
$1.40
  • Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra, Joe Rushton (baritone saxophone), Hal McDonald (drums), Hank Stern (tuba), Perry Botnik (guitar), Ferde Grofé (piano), Matty Melneck (violin), Irving Greenwald (alto saxophone), Alvy West (alto saxophone), Gus Mueller (clarinet), Elmer Smithers (trombone), Nate Kazebier (trumpet), Paul Geil (trumpet), Tommy Gott (trumpet)
  • Recorded: 1945

Henry Busse, Buster Johnson, Gus Mueller: Wang Wang Blues

Work length3:02
$1.10
$1.40
  • Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra, Tommy Gott (trumpet), Buster Johnson (trumpet), Gus Mueller (clarinet), Mike Pingitore (banjo), Hank Stern (tuba), Hal McDonald (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945

Mischa Spoliansky, Gus Kahn: The Hour of Parting

Work length3:05
$1.10
$1.40
  • Eddie Miller and His Orchestra, Doc Rando (alto saxophone), Nick Fatool (drums), Artie Shapiro (upright bass), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Clyde Rogers (baritone saxophone), Ray Lunsdale (alto saxophone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Eddie Miller (saxophone), Elmer Smithers (trombone), Ed Kusby (trombone), Abe Lincoln (trombone), Bruce Hudson (trumpet), Bobby Goodrich (trumpet), Charles Griffard (trumpet), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Earl Hines: Our Monday Date

Work length2:50
$1.10
$1.40
  • Eddie Miller and His Orchestra, Matty Matlock (clarinet), Charles Griffard (trumpet), Bobby Goodrich (trumpet), Bruce Hudson (trumpet), Abe Lincoln (trombone), Ed Kusby (trombone), Elmer Smithers (trombone), Doc Rando (alto saxophone), Ray Lunsdale (alto saxophone), Clyde Rogers (baritone saxophone), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Artie Shapiro (upright bass), Nick Fatool (drums)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

O.Harbach, Jerome Kern: Yesterdays

Work length2:57
$1.10
$1.40
  • Eddie Miller and His Orchestra, Doc Rando (alto saxophone), Nick Fatool (drums), Artie Shapiro (upright bass), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Clyde Rogers (baritone saxophone), Ray Lunsdale (alto saxophone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Elmer Smithers (trombone), Ed Kusby (trombone), Abe Lincoln (trombone), Bruce Hudson (trumpet), Bobby Goodrich (trumpet), Charles Griffard (trumpet)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Eddie Condon, Jack Teagarden, Peck Kelley: Stomp, Mr. Henry Lee

Work length2:57
$1.10
$1.40
  • Eddie Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Lunsdale (alto saxophone), Nick Fatool (drums), Artie Shapiro (upright bass), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Clyde Rogers (baritone saxophone), Doc Rando (alto saxophone), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Elmer Smithers (trombone), Ed Kusby (trombone), Abe Lincoln (trombone), Bruce Hudson (trumpet), Bobby Goodrich (trumpet), Charles Griffard (trumpet)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Eddie Condon, Jack Teagarden, Peck Kelley: Stomp, Mr. Lee

Work length2:52
$1.10
$1.40
  • Eddie Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Lunsdale (alto saxophone), Nick Fatool (drums), Artie Shapiro (upright bass), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Clyde Rogers (baritone saxophone), Doc Rando (alto saxophone), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Elmer Smithers (trombone), Ed Kusby (trombone), Abe Lincoln (trombone), Bruce Hudson (trumpet), Bobby Goodrich (trumpet), Charles Griffard (trumpet)
  • Recorded: 1944

Harold Adamson, Burton Lane: Everything I Have Is Yours

Work length3:08
$1.10
$1.40
  • Eddie Miller and His Orchestra, Martha Tilton (vocals), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Matty Matlock (clarinet)
  • Recorded: 2000

Matty Matlock: Who, Me?

Work length2:55
$1.10
$1.40
  • Eddie Miller and His Orchestra, Matty Matlock (clarinet), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: Remastered at Capitol Mastering, Hollywood, California

Jesse Price, Bob Johnson: That's The Way She Feels

Work length2:48
$1.10
$1.40
  • Jesse Price And His Blues Band, Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Jesse Price (vocals), Pete Dailey (cornet), Clint Neagley (alto saxophone), Dave Cavanaugh (tenor saxophone), Bob Poland (baritone saxophone), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Tommy Linehan (piano), Harry Babasin (bass guitar), Frank Carlson (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Vernon White: Blue Book Boogie

Work length2:48
$1.10
$1.40
  • Jesse Price And His Blues Band, Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Jesse Price (vocals), Pete Dailey (cornet), Clint Neagley (alto saxophone), Dave Cavanaugh (tenor saxophone), Bob Poland (baritone saxophone), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Tommy Linehan (piano), Harry Babasin (bass guitar), Frank Carlson (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Jesse Price, Edward Allison, Percy Gabriel: What's Happening

Work length2:51
$1.10
$1.40
  • Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Jesse Price And His Blues Band, Pete Dailey (cornet), Clint Neagley (alto saxophone), Dave Cavanaugh (tenor saxophone), Bob Poland (baritone saxophone), Tommy Linehan (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Harry Babasin (upright bass), Frank Carlson (drums), Jesse Price (vocals)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston: Just One More Chance

Work length3:02
$1.10
$1.40
  • Eddie Miller Octet, Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Pete Dailey (cornet), Clint Neagley (alto saxophone), Bob Poland (baritone saxophone), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Tommy Linehan (piano), Harry Babasin (double bass), Frank Carlson (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Daniel G. Baxter: Jump It With A Shuffle

Work length2:48
$1.10
$1.40
  • Jesse Price And His Blues Band, Eddie Miller and His Orchestra, Jesse Price (musician), Pete Dailey (musician), Clint Neagley (musician), Eddie Miller (musician), Bob Poland (musician), Bob Poland (baritone), Tommy Linehan (musician), Nappy Lamare (musician), Harry Babasin (bass (vocal)), Harry Babasin (musician), Frank Carlson (musician), Dave Cavanaugh (musician)
  • Recorded: 1947-03-20
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Harry Warren, Mort Dixon: Nagasaki

Work length2:31
$1.10
$1.40
  • Jesse Price And His Blues Band, Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Dave Cavanaugh (tenor saxophone), Jesse Price (vocals), Pete Dailey (cornet), Clint Neagley (alto saxophone), Bob Poland (baritone saxophone), Tommy Linehan (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Harry Babasin (upright bass), Frank Carlson (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Dana Suesse, Edward Heyman: You Oughta Be In Pictures

Work length2:55
$1.10
$1.40
  • Eddie Miller Octet (musician), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Pete Dailey (cornet), Clint Neagley (alto saxophone), Bob Poland (baritone saxophone), Tommy Linehan (piano), Harry Babasin (double bass), Frank Carlson (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Edward Ory, Ray Gilbert: Muskrat Ramble

Work length2:59
$1.10
$1.40
  • Eddie Miller and His Orchestra, Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Wingy Manone (trumpet), Irvin Verret (trombone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Budd Hatch (double bass), Ray Bauduc (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Edwin Edwards, James LaRocca, Johnny Mercer, Henry W. Ragas, Anthony Sbarbaro, Larry Shields: At The Jazz Band Ball

Work length2:42
$1.10
$1.40
  • Nappy Lamare's Louisiana Levee Loungers, Nappy Lamare (guitar), Irvin Verret (trombone), Wingy Manone (trumpet), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Budd Hatch (upright bass), Ray Bauduc (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Porter Steele, Walter Melrose: High Society

Work length2:35
$1.10
$1.40
  • Eddie Miller's Orchestra, Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Budd Hatch (upright bass), Wingy Manone (trumpet), Irvin Verret (trombone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Ray Bauduc (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Eddie Miller, Irvin Verret, Stan Wrightsman: Cajun Love Song

Work length2:57
$1.10
$1.40
  • Eddie Miller's Crescent City Quartet, Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Irvin Verret (trombone), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Ray Bauduc (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Gus Kahn, Clayton Naset: Susie

Work length2:49
$1.10
$1.40
  • Ray Bauduc And His Bobcats, Nate Kazebier (trumpet), Brad Gowans (trombone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Morty Corb (upright bass), Ray Bauduc (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

C Smith, Charles McCarron: Down In Honky Tonk Town

Work length2:58
$1.10
$1.40
  • Ray Bauduc And His Bobcats, Ray Bauduc (drums), Brad Gowans (trombone), Nate Kazebier (trumpet), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Morty Corb (upright bass)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Jimmy McHugh, Gene Austin, Irving Mills: When My Sugar Walks Down The Street

Work length2:32
$1.10
$1.40
  • Ray Bauduc And His Bobcats, Nate Kazebier (trumpet), Brad Gowans (trombone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Morty Corb (upright bass), Ray Bauduc (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Dan Lewis: Li'l Liza Jane

Work length2:38
$1.10
$1.40
  • Ray Bauduc And His Bobcats, Nate Kazebier (trumpet), Brad Gowans (trombone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Morty Corb (upright bass), Ray Bauduc (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Ray Bauduc, Robert Haggart: South Lambert Street Parade

Work length2:58
$1.10
$1.40
  • Nappy Lamare's Louisiana Levee Loungers, Nappy Lamare (guitar), Marvin Ash (piano), Lou McGarity (trombone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Doc Rando (alto saxophone), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), John Best (trumpet), Artie Shapiro (upright bass), Ray Bauduc (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

L Russell, P. Barbarin: Come Back Sweet Papa

Work length2:39
$1.10
$1.40
  • Nappy Lamare's Levee Loungers, Matty Matlock (clarinet), John Best (trumpet), Lou McGarity (trombone), Doc Rando (alto saxophone), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Marvin Ash (piano), Artie Shapiro (upright bass), Ray Bauduc (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Nappy Lamare, Charles Tobias, Nancy Hamiliton: Here Comes Your Pappy

Work length3:05
$1.10
$1.40
  • Nappy Lamare's Louisiana Levee Loungers, Nappy Lamare (guitar), John Best (trumpet), Lou McGarity (trombone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Doc Rando (alto saxophone), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Artie Shapiro (upright bass), Ray Bauduc (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

L. Wolfe Gilbert, Eliseo Grenet: Mama Inez

Work length3:10
$1.10
$1.40
  • Nappy Lamare's Levee Loungers, Nappy Lamare (guitar), John Best (trumpet), Lou McGarity (trombone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Doc Rando (alto saxophone), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Marvin Ash (piano), Artie Shapiro (upright bass), Ray Bauduc (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Marvin Ash: Pearl House Rag

Work length3:04
$1.10
$1.40
  • Marvin Ash's Mason-Dixon Music, Marvin Ash (piano), Irvin Verret (trombone), Andy Secrest (trumpet), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Nappy Lamare (banjo), Country Washburne (upright bass), Country Washburne (tuba), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1949
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Carmen Lombardo, Charles Newman: Sweethearts On Parade

Work length2:40
$1.10
$1.40
  • Marvin Ash's Mason-Dixon Music, Andy Secrest (trumpet), Irvin Verret (trombone), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Marvin Ash (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Nappy Lamare (banjo), Country Washburne (upright bass), Country Washburne (tuba), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1949
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Gene Austin, Roy Bergere: How Come You Do Me Like You Do?

Work length2:52
$1.10
$1.40
  • Nappy Lamare's Levee Loungers, Nappy Lamare (guitar), Nappy Lamare (banjo), Andy Secrest (trumpet), Irvin Verret (trombone), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Marvin Ash (piano), Country Washburne (upright bass), Country Washburne (tuba), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1949
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

M.W. Schaefe, C.A. Robbins, T.W. Allen: Washington And Lee Swing

Work length2:21
$1.10
$1.40
  • Nappy Lamare's Levee Loungers, Nappy Lamare (guitar), Nappy Lamare (banjo), Andy Secrest (trumpet), Irvin Verret (trombone), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Country Washburne (upright bass), Country Washburne (tuba), Marvin Ash (piano), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1949
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Theodore Metz, Joe Hayden: Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight

Work length2:27
$1.10
$1.40
  • Zutty Singleton And His Creole Band, Andy Secrest (trumpet), Irvin Verret (trombone), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Marvin Ash (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Nappy Lamare (banjo), Country Washburne (upright bass), Country Washburne (tuba), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1949
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Berlin, I: This Is The Life

Work length2:27
$1.10
$1.40
  • Nappy Lamare And His Strawhat Seven, Nappy Lamare (banjo), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Budd Hatch (upright bass), Budd Hatch (tuba), Pud Brown (tenor saxophone), Joe Graves (trumpet), Brad Gowans (trombone), Johnny Costello (clarinet), Jack Peoples (piano), Roy Harte (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA

Brad Gowans, Hilton Nappy Lamare: Bag Rag

Work length2:14
$1.10
$1.40
  • Nappy Lamare And His Strawhat Seven, Nappy Lamare (banjo), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Budd Hatch (upright bass), Budd Hatch (tuba), Roy Harte (drums), Joe Graves (trumpet), Brad Gowans (trombone), Johnny Costello (clarinet), Pud Brown (tenor saxophone), Jack Peoples (piano)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: Capitol Studios, Hollywood

Wendall Hall: It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo'

Work length2:26
$1.10
$1.40
  • Nappy Lamare And His Strawhat Seven, Nappy Lamare (banjo), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Budd Hatch (upright bass), Budd Hatch (tuba), Roy Harte (drums), Joe Graves (trumpet), Brad Gowans (trombone), Johnny Costello (clarinet), Pud Brown (tenor saxophone), Jack Peoples (piano)
  • Jacqueline Fontaine And Glee Club
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: Capitol Studios, Hollywood

Alice Hawthorne: Listen To The Mocking Bird

Work length2:51
$1.10
$1.40
  • Nappy Lamare And His Strawhat Seven, Nappy Lamare (banjo), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Budd Hatch (upright bass), Budd Hatch (tuba), Jack Peoples (piano), Joe Graves (trumpet), Brad Gowans (trombone), Johnny Costello (clarinet), Pud Brown (tenor saxophone), Roy Harte (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: Capitol Studios, Hollywood

Wingy Manone, Johnny Mercer: Tailgate Ramble

Work length2:53
$1.10
$1.40
  • Wingy Manone's Dixieland Band, Wingy Manone (trumpet), Jack Flores (trombone), Floyd O'Brien (trombone), Abe Lincoln (trombone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Phil Stephens (upright bass), Zutty Singleton (drums), Johnny Mercer (vocals)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Wingy Manone, Johnny Mercer: Tailgate Ramble

Work length3:00
$1.10
$1.40
  • Wingy Manone's Dixieland Band, Wingy Manone (trumpet), Jack Flores (trombone), Floyd O'Brien (trombone), Abe Lincoln (trombone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Phil Stephens (upright bass), Zutty Singleton (drums), Johnny Mercer (vocals)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Consuelo Velasquez: Besame Mucho

Work length2:40
$1.10
$1.40
  • Wingy Manone's Dixieland Band, Wingy Manone (trumpet), Jack Flores (trombone), Floyd O'Brien (trombone), Abe Lincoln (trombone), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Phil Stephens (upright bass), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Johnny S. Black: Paper Doll

Work length2:48
$1.10
$1.40
  • Wingy Manone's Dixieland Band, Wingy Manone (trumpet), Jack Flores (trombone), Floyd O'Brien (trombone), Abe Lincoln (trombone), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Phil Stephens (upright bass), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Armand John Piron: I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate

Work length2:47
$1.10
$1.40
  • Wingy Manone's Dixieland Band, Wingy Manone (trumpet), Jack Flores (trombone), Floyd O'Brien (trombone), Abe Lincoln (trombone), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Phil Stephens (upright bass), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Wingy Manone, Rachel Blau DuPlessis: Tuscaloosa Bus

Work length2:34
$1.10
$1.40
  • The Pied Pipers, Paul Weston & His Orchestra, Johnny Mercer (vocals), Wingy Manone (trumpet), Paul Weston (piano)
  • Recorded: 1947

Wingy Manone, Rachel Blau DuPlessis: Hello Baby

Work length3:00
$1.10
$1.40
  • Wingy Manone And His Orchestra, Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Nick Fatool (drums), Jack Ryan (upright bass), George Van Eps (guitar), Milt Raskin (piano), Leonard Hartman (tenor saxophone), Herbie Haymer (tenor saxophone), Hap Lawson (alto saxophone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Wingy Manone (trumpet), Elmer Smithers (trombone), Allan Thompson (trombone), Bill Schaefer (trombone), Rob Fite (trumpet), Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (trumpet), Charlie Griffard (trumpet)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Wingy Manone: Box Car Blues

Work length2:36
$1.10
$1.40
  • Johnny Mercer, Wingy Manone And His Orchestra, Nick Fatool (musician), Jack Ryan (musician), Moe Weschsler (musician), Ted Nash (musician), Herbie Haymer (musician), Lenny Hartman (musician), Heinie Beau (musician), Fred Stulce (musician), Carl Loeffler (musician), Allan Thompson (musician), Bill Schaefer (musician), Ray Linn (musician), Rubin "Zeke" Zarchy (musician), Charles Griffard (musician), George Van Eps (musician)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Wingy Manone: Box Car Blues

Work length2:40
$1.10
$1.40
  • Wingy Manone And His Orchestra, Wingy Manone (trumpet), Johnny Mercer (vocalist)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Johnny Mercer, Edwin Edwards, James LaRocca, Henry W. Ragas, Anthony Sbarbaro, Larry Shields: At The Jazz Band Ball

Work length2:52
$1.10
$1.40
  • Ben Pollack And His Pick-A-Rib Boys, Johnny Mercer (vocals), The Skylarks (vocals), Dick Cathcart (trumpet), Moe Schneider (trombone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Walter Yoder (upright bass), Ben Pollack (drums), Paul Weston (piano)
  • Recorded: 1997
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Joe Greene, Betsy Ellis: She's Shimmyin' On The Beach Again

Work length2:38
$1.10
$1.40
  • Johnny Mercer (vocals), Ben Pollack And His Pick-A-Rib Boys, The Skylarks (vocals), Dick Cathcart (trumpet), Dick Cathcart (cornet), Moe Schneider (trombone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Unknown (tenor saxophone), Walter Yoder (upright bass), Ben Pollack (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: Capitol Studios, Hollywood

Unknown Writer: Thirteenth Street Rag

Work length2:51
$1.10
$1.40
  • Johnny Mercer (vocals), Ben Pollack And His Pick-A-Rib Boys, The Skylarks (vocals), Dick Cathcart (trumpet), Dick Cathcart (cornet), Moe Schneider (trombone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Walter Yoder (upright bass), Ben Pollack (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: Capitol Studios, Hollywood

Clarence Williams, Spencer Williams: Royal Garden Blues

Work length2:36
$1.10
$1.40
  • Ben Pollack And His Pick-A-Rib Boys, Johnny Mercer (vocals), The Skylarks (vocals), Ben Pollack (drums), Dick Cathcart (trumpet), Dick Cathcart (cornet), Moe Schneider (trombone), Matty Matlock (clarinet), Walter Yoder (upright bass)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: Capitol Studios, Hollywood

Berlin, I: Take A Little Tip From Father

Work length2:48
$1.10
$1.40
  • Deane Kincaide's Band, Yank Lawson (trumpet), Cutty Cutshall (trombone), Peanuts Hucko (clarinet), Toots Mondello (alto saxophone), Paul Ricci (tenor saxophone), Deane Kincaide (baritone saxophone), Dave Bowman (piano), Carl Kress (guitar), Trigger Alpert (upright bass), Ray Bauduc (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: NYC

Chris Smith, c maur: Scaddle-De-Mooch

Work length2:59
$1.10
$1.40
  • Deane Kincaide's Band, Deane Kincaide (baritone saxophone), Cutty Cutshall (trombone), Peanuts Hucko (clarinet), Toots Mondello (alto saxophone), Paul Ricci (tenor saxophone), Dave Bowman (piano), Yank Lawson (trumpet), Carl Kress (guitar), Trigger Alpert (upright bass), Ray Bauduc (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: NYC

Chris Smith, Charles Roberts, Ferdinand E. Mierisch: The Junk Man Rag

Work length2:54
$1.10
$1.40
  • Deane Kincaide's Band, Yank Lawson (trumpet), Cutty Cutshall (trombone), Peanuts Hucko (clarinet), Toots Mondello (alto saxophone), Paul Ricci (tenor saxophone), Deane Kincaide (baritone saxophone), Dave Bowman (piano), Carl Kress (guitar), Trigger Alpert (upright bass), Ray Bauduc (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: NYC

Molly Donaldson: Rooster Rag

Work length2:42
$1.10
$1.40
  • Deane Kincaide's Band, Deane Kincaide (baritone saxophone), Dave Bowman (piano), Carl Kress (guitar), Trigger Alpert (upright bass), Yank Lawson (trumpet), Cutty Cutshall (trombone), Peanuts Hucko (clarinet), Toots Mondello (alto saxophone), Paul Ricci (tenor saxophone), Ray Bauduc (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: NYC

Riff Charles: Riff's Blues

Work length2:53
$1.10
$1.40
  • Riff Charles And Friends, Scatman Crothers (vocals), Vic Dickenson (trombone), Riff Charles (piano)
  • Recorded: 1948
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Riff Charles: The Thing

Work length3:02
$1.10
$1.40
  • Riff Charles And Friends, Scatman Crothers (vocals), Vic Dickenson (trombone), Riff Charles (piano)
  • Recorded: 1948
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Riff Charles: Mabel The Lush

Work length2:35
$1.10
$1.40
  • Riff Charles And Friends, Vic Dickenson (trombone), Scatman Crothers (vocals), Riff Charles (piano)
  • Recorded: 1948
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Riff Charles: Dead Man's Blues

Work length3:04
$1.10
$1.40
  • Riff Charles And Friends, Scatman Crothers (vocals), Vic Dickenson (trombone), Riff Charles (piano)
  • Recorded: 1949
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Armand Hug: Huggin' The Keys

Work length2:15
$1.10
$1.40
  • Armand Hug (piano), Frank Frederico (guitar), Joe Loyacana (upright bass), Fred King (drums)
  • Recorded: 1949
  • Recording Venue: WDSU, NEW ORLEANS

Armand Hug, Traditional: Dixie Rag

Work length2:06
$1.10
$1.40
  • Armand Hug (piano), Fred King (drums), Frank Frederico (guitar), Joe Loyacana (upright bass)
  • Recorded: 1949
  • Recording Venue: New Orleans, LA

Traditional (Public Domain): Girl Of My Dreams

Work length2:09
$1.10
$1.40
  • Armand Hug (piano), Frank Frederico (guitar), Joe Loyacana (upright bass), Fred King (drums)
  • Recorded: 1949
  • Recording Venue: WDSU, NEW ORLEANS

Clarence Williams: Wild Flower Rag

Work length2:03
$1.10
$1.40
  • Armand Hug (piano), Frank Frederico (guitar), Joe Loyacana (upright bass), Fred King (drums)
  • Recorded: 1949
  • Recording Venue: WDSU, NEW ORLEANS

Armand Hug: Dustin' Off The Ivory

Work length2:42
$1.10
$1.40
  • Armand Hug's Louisianans, New Orleans Jazzmen, Pontchatrain Poor Boys, George Girard (trumpet), Santo Pecora (trombone), Bujie Centobie (clarinet), Armand Hug (piano), John Senac (upright bass), Fred King (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: WDSU, NEW ORLEANS

Fitz, Bert Lowe, Kay Fitz: Sweetheart Of All My Dreams

Work length2:29
$1.10
$1.40
  • Armand Hug's Louisianans, New Orleans Jazzmen, Pontchatrain Poor Boys, George Girard (trumpet), Santo Pecora (trombone), Bujie Centobie (clarinet), Armand Hug (piano), John Senac (upright bass), Fred King (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: WDSU, NEW ORLEANS

Mort Dixon, Ray Henderson, Billy Rose: That Old Gang Of Mine

Work length2:12
$1.10
$1.40
  • Armand Hug's Louisianans, New Orleans Jazzmen, Pontchatrain Poor Boys, Armand Hug (piano), George Girard (trumpet), Santo Pecora (trombone), Bujie Centobie (clarinet), John Senac (upright bass), Fred King (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: WDSU, NEW ORLEANS

Armand Hug: A Dixie Jam Session

Work length2:46
$1.10
$1.40
  • Armand Hug's Louisianans, New Orleans Jazzmen, Pontchatrain Poor Boys, George Girard (trumpet), Santo Pecora (trombone), Bujie Centobie (clarinet), Armand Hug (piano), John Senac (upright bass), Fred King (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: WDSU, NEW ORLEANS

Armand Hug: A Dixie Jam Session

Work length3:02
$1.10
$1.40
  • Armand Hug's Louisianans, New Orleans Jazzmen, Pontchatrain Poor Boys, Armand Hug (piano), George Girard (trumpet), Santo Pecora (trombone), Bujie Centobie (clarinet), John Senac (upright bass), Fred King (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: WDSU, NEW ORLEANS

Rodgers, R: You Took Advantage Of Me

Work length2:56
$1.10
$1.40
  • Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra, Frankie Trumbauer (saxophone), Pee Wee Erwin (trumpet), Jack Lacey (trombone), Bill Stegmeyer (clarinet), Bill Stegmeyer (tenor saxophone), Dave Bowman (piano), Carl Kress (guitar), Trigger Alpert (upright bass), Bob Haggart (upright bass), Johnny Blowers (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946
  • Recording Venue: NYC

Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler: Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea

Work length2:57
$1.10
$1.40
  • Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra, Frankie Trumbauer (saxophone), Jack Lacey (trombone), Pee Wee Erwin (trumpet), Bill Stegmeyer (clarinet), Bill Stegmeyer (tenor saxophone), Dave Bowman (piano), Carl Kress (guitar), Trigger Alpert (upright bass), Bob Haggart (upright bass), Johnny Blowers (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946
  • Recording Venue: NYC

Richard A. Winfree, Phil Boutelje: China Boy

Work length2:59
$1.10
$1.40
  • Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra, Frankie Trumbauer (saxophone), Pee Wee Erwin (trumpet), Jack Lacey (trombone), Bill Stegmeyer (clarinet), Bill Stegmeyer (tenor saxophone), Dave Bowman (piano), Carl Kress (guitar), Trigger Alpert (upright bass), Bob Haggart (upright bass), Johnny Blowers (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946
  • Recording Venue: NYC

Strayhorn: Take the A Train

Work length2:07
$1.10
$1.40
  • Pud Brown Trio, Pud Brown (tenor saxophone), Pete Urquidi (piano), Hank Castro (drums)
  • Recorded: 1953
  • Recording Venue: New Orleans, Louisiana

Eubie Blake, Andy Razaf: Memories Of You

Work length3:10
$1.10
$1.40
  • Pud Brown Trio, Pud Brown (tenor saxophone), Pete Urquidi (piano), Hank Castro (drums)
  • Recorded: 1953
  • Recording Venue: New Orleans, Louisiana

Bud Freeman: Margo's Seal

Work length2:35
$1.10
$1.40
  • Bud Freeman (tenor saxophone), Dick Cary (piano), George Barnes (guitar), Jack Lesberg (upright bass), Don Lamond (drums)
  • Recorded: 1953
  • Recording Venue: NYC

Schwartz, Arthur: I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plans

Work length2:36
$1.10
$1.40
  • Bud Freeman (tenor saxophone), Dick Cary (piano), George Barnes (guitar), Jack Lesberg (upright bass), Don Lamond (drums)
  • Recorded: 1953
  • Recording Venue: NYC

Rodgers, R: I Could Write A Book

Work length2:48
$1.10
$1.40
  • Bud Freeman (musician), Dick Cary (musician), Jack Lesberg (musician), Jack Lesberg (bass (vocal)), Don Lamond (musician), George Barnes (musician)
  • Recorded: 1953
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Bud Freeman: Blues For Tenor

Work length2:37
$1.10
$1.40
  • Bud Freeman (tenor saxophone), Dick Cary (piano), George Barnes (guitar), Jack Lesberg (upright bass), Don Lamond (drums)
  • Recorded: 1953
  • Recording Venue: NYC

Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard, Kenneth Casey: Sweet Georgia Brown

Work length2:21
$1.10
$1.40
  • Bud Freeman (tenor saxophone), Dick Cary (piano), George Barnes (guitar), Jack Lesberg (upright bass), Don Lamond (drums)
  • Recorded: 1953
  • Recording Venue: NYC

Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby: Three Little Words

Work length2:10
$1.10
$1.40
  • Bud Freeman (tenor saxophone), Dick Cary (piano), George Barnes (guitar), Jack Lesberg (upright bass), Don Lamond (drums)
  • Recorded: 1953
  • Recording Venue: NYC

Rodgers, R: Blue Moon

Work length2:40
$1.10
$1.40
  • Bud Freeman (tenor saxophone), Dick Cary (piano), George Barnes (guitar), Jack Lesberg (upright bass), Don Lamond (drums)
  • Recorded: 1953
  • Recording Venue: NYC

Herbert, V: Indian Summer

Work length2:43
$1.10
$1.40
  • Bud Freeman (tenor saxophone), Dick Cary (piano), George Barnes (guitar), Jack Lesberg (upright bass), Don Lamond (drums)
  • Recorded: 1953
  • Recording Venue: NYC

Handy: Oh, Didn't He Ramble

Work length2:45
$1.10
$1.40
  • Zutty Singleton's Creole Band, Zutty Singleton (drums), Norman Bowden (trumpet), Shorty Haughton (trombone), Barney Bigard (clarinet), Fred Washington (piano), Bud Scott (guitar), Ed Garland (upright bass)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Zutty Singleton: Crawfish Blues

Work length3:03
$1.10
$1.40
  • Zutty Singleton's Creole Band, Norman Bowden (trumpet), Shorty Haughton (trombone), Barney Bigard (clarinet), Fred Washington (piano), Bud Scott (guitar), Ed Garland (upright bass), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Barney Bigard: Barney's Bounce

Work length3:12
$1.10
$1.40
  • Zutty Singleton's Trio, Zutty Singleton (drums), Barney Bigard (clarinet), Fred Washington (piano)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Barney Bigard: Barney's Bounce

Work length3:15
$1.10
$1.40
  • Zutty Singleton's Trio, Zutty Singleton (drums), Fred Washington (piano), Barney Bigard (clarinet)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Freddie Washington: Lulu's Mood

Work length2:36
$1.10
$1.40
  • Zutty Singleton's Trio, Barney Bigard (clarinet), Fred Washington (piano), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Freddie Washington: Lulu's Mood

Work length2:41
$1.10
$1.40
  • Zutty Singleton's Trio, Barney Bigard (clarinet), Fred Washington (piano), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston: Pennies From Heaven

Work length2:50
$1.10
$1.40
  • Bobby Hackett (trumpet), Vernon Brown (trombone), Joe Dixon (clarinet), Deane Kincaide (baritone saxophone), Dave Bowman (piano), Carl Kress (guitar), Bob Haggart (upright bass), George Wettling (drums)
  • Bobby Hackett And His Orchestra
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: WOR Studios - NYC

Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston: Pennies From Heaven

Work length3:33
$1.10
$1.40
  • Bobby Hackett (trumpet), Vernon Brown (trombone), Joe Dixon (clarinet), Deane Kincaide (baritone saxophone), Dave Bowman (piano), Carl Kress (guitar), Bob Haggart (upright bass), George Wettling (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: New York City, New York

Ross Gorman, Edgar Leslie, Harry Warren: Rose Of The Rio Grande

Work length2:43
$1.10
$1.40
  • Bobby Hackett And His Jazz Band, Bobby Hackett (trumpet), Vernon Brown (trombone), Joe Dixon (clarinet), Deane Kincaide (baritone saxophone), Dave Bowman (piano), Carl Kress (guitar), Bob Haggart (upright bass), George Wettling (drums)
  • Recorded: 1997
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Ross Gorman, Edgar Leslie, Harry Warren: Rose Of The Rio Grande

Work length2:42
$1.10
$1.40
  • Bobby Hackett And His Jazz Band, Bobby Hackett (trumpet), Vernon Brown (trombone), Joe Dixon (clarinet), Deane Kincaide (baritone saxophone), Dave Bowman (piano), Carl Kress (guitar), Bob Haggart (upright bass), George Wettling (drums)
  • Recorded: 1997
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Edward Heyman, Frank Eyton, Robert Sour, Johnny Green: Body And Soul

Work length3:45
$1.10
$1.40
  • Bobby Hackett And His Jazz Band, Bobby Hackett (trumpet), Vernon Brown (trombone), Joe Dixon (clarinet), Deane Kincaide (baritone saxophone), Dave Bowman (piano), Carl Kress (guitar), Bob Haggart (upright bass), George Wettling (drums)
  • Recorded: 1997
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Edward Heyman, Frank Eyton, Robert Sour, Johnny Green: Body And Soul

Work length3:06
$1.10
$1.40
  • Bobby Hackett And His Jazz Band, Bobby Hackett (trumpet), Vernon Brown (trombone), Joe Dixon (clarinet), Deane Kincaide (baritone saxophone), Dave Bowman (piano), Carl Kress (guitar), Bob Haggart (upright bass), George Wettling (drums)
  • Recorded: 1997
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Irving Caesar, Vincent Youmans: I Want To Be Happy

Work length2:35
$1.10
$1.40
  • Bobby Hackett And His Jazz Band, Bobby Hackett (trumpet), Vernon Brown (trombone), Joe Dixon (clarinet), Deane Kincaide (baritone saxophone), Dave Bowman (piano), Carl Kress (guitar), Bob Haggart (upright bass), George Wettling (drums)
  • Recorded: 1997
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Ted Fiorito, Gus Kahn: I Never Knew

Work length2:53
$1.10
$1.40
  • Big Sid Catlett's Band, Sid Catlett (drums), Joe Guy (trumpet), Ben "Bull Moose" Jackson (alto saxophone), Hubert "Bumps" Myers (tenor saxophone), Illinois Jacquet (tenor saxophone), Horace Henderson (piano), Al Casey (guitar), John Simmons (upright bass)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Horace Henderson: Love For Scale

Work length3:07
$1.10
$1.40
  • Big Sid Catlett's Band, Joe Guy (trumpet), Ben "Bull Moose" Jackson (alto saxophone), Hubert "Bumps" Myers (tenor saxophone), Illinois Jacquet (tenor saxophone), Horace Henderson (piano), Al Casey (guitar), John Simmons (upright bass), Sid Catlett (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Raymond Klages, Jesse Greer: Just You, Just Me

Work length2:48
$1.10
$1.40
  • Big Sid Catlett's Band, Joe Guy (trumpet), Ben "Bull Moose" Jackson (alto saxophone), Hubert "Bumps" Myers (tenor saxophone), Illinois Jacquet (tenor saxophone), Horace Henderson (piano), Al Casey (guitar), John Simmons (upright bass), Sid Catlett (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Horace Henderson: Henderson Romp

Work length2:40
$1.10
$1.40
  • Big Sid Catlett's Band, Sid Catlett (drums), Illinois Jacquet (tenor saxophone), Horace Henderson (piano), Al Casey (guitar), John Simmons (upright bass)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Vincent Youmans, Irving Caesar, Clifford Grey: Sometimes I'm Happy

Work length2:58
$1.10
$1.40
  • Al Casey Sextet, Al Casey (guitar), Gerald Wilson (trumpet), Willie Smith (alto saxophone), Illinois Jacquet (tenor saxophone), Horace Henderson (piano), John Simmons (upright bass), Sid Catlett (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Nancy Hamilton, Morgan Lewis: How High The Moon

Work length2:45
$1.10
$1.40
  • Al Casey (guitar), Gerald Wilson (trumpet), Willie Smith (alto saxophone), Illinois Jacquet (tenor saxophone), Horace Henderson (piano), John Simmons (upright bass), Sid Catlett (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Sullivan, Joe: Clambake In B Flat

Work length2:46
$1.10
$1.40
  • The Capitol Jazzmen, Billy May (trumpet), Jack Teagarden (trombone), Jimmy Noone (clarinet), Dave Matthews (tenor saxophone), Joe Sullivan (piano), Dave Barbour (guitar), Artie Shapiro (bass (vocal)), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1943
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, CA

Sullivan, Joe: Clambake In B Flat

Work length2:58
$1.10
$1.40
  • The Capitol Jazzmen, Billy May (trumpet), Jack Teagarden (trombone), Jimmy Noone (clarinet), Dave Matthews (tenor saxophone), Joe Sullivan (piano), Dave Barbour (guitar), Artie Shapiro (bass (vocal)), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1943
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Dick Larkin: Casanova's Lament

Work length3:06
$1.10
$1.40
  • The Capitol Jazzmen, Billy May (trumpet), Jack Teagarden (trombone), Jimmy Noone (clarinet), Dave Matthews (tenor saxophone), Joe Sullivan (piano), Dave Barbour (guitar), Artie Shapiro (bass (vocal)), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1943
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Dick Larkin: Casanova's Lament

Work length3:01
$1.10
$1.40
  • The Capitol Jazzmen, Billy May (trumpet), Jack Teagarden (trombone), Jimmy Noone (clarinet), Dave Matthews (tenor saxophone), Joe Sullivan (piano), Dave Barbour (guitar), Artie Shapiro (bass (vocal)), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1943
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Duke Ellington, Irving Mills, Eddie DeLange: Solitude

Work length3:24
$1.10
$1.40
  • The Capitol Jazzmen, Billy May (trumpet), Jack Teagarden (trombone), Jimmy Noone (clarinet), Dave Matthews (tenor saxophone), Joe Sullivan (piano), Dave Barbour (guitar), Artie Shapiro (bass (vocal)), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1943
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Duke Ellington, Irving Mills, Eddie DeLange: Solitude

Work length2:57
$1.10
$1.40
  • The Capitol Jazzmen, Billy May (trumpet), Jack Teagarden (trombone), Jimmy Noone (clarinet), Dave Matthews (tenor saxophone), Joe Sullivan (piano), Dave Barbour (guitar), Artie Shapiro (bass (vocal)), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1943
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Jeannine Clesi: I'm Sorry I Made You Cry

Work length2:55
$1.10
$1.40
  • The Capitol Jazzmen, Jack Teagarden (trombone), Billy May (trumpet), Jimmy Noone (clarinet), Dave Matthews (tenor saxophone), Joe Sullivan (piano), Dave Barbour (guitar), Artie Shapiro (bass (vocal)), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1943
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Ethelbert Woodbridge Nevin, Frank Lebby Stanton: Mighty Lak' A Rose

Work length2:49
$1.10
$1.40
  • Jack Teagarden's Chicagoans, Billy May (trumpet), Jack Teagarden (trombone), Heinie Beau (clarinet), Dave Mathews (tenor saxophone), Joe Sullivan (piano), Dave Barbour (guitar), Artie Shapiro (upright bass), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1943
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Frank S. Perkins: Stars Fell On Alabama

Work length2:58
$1.10
$1.40
  • Jack Teagarden's Chicagoans, Jack Teagarden (trombone), Heinie Beau (clarinet), Billy May (trumpet), Dave Matthews (tenor saxophone), Joe Sullivan (piano), Dave Barbour (guitar), Artie Shapiro (upright bass), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1943
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Fred Rose, Walter Hirsch: 'Deed I Do

Work length2:37
$1.10
$1.40
  • Jack Teagarden's Chicagoans, Billy May (trumpet), Jack Teagarden (trombone), Heinie Beau (clarinet), Dave Matthews (tenor saxophone), Joe Sullivan (piano), Dave Barbour (guitar), Artie Shapiro (upright bass), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1943
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Fred Rose, Walter Hirsch: 'Deed I Do

Work length2:37
$1.10
$1.40
  • Jack Teagarden's Chicagoans, Billy May (trumpet), Jack Teagarden (trombone), Heinie Beau (clarinet), Dave Matthews (tenor saxophone), Joe Sullivan (piano), Dave Barbour (guitar), Artie Shapiro (upright bass), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Recorded: 1943
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Edna Alexander, Sidney Mitchell, Maceo Pinkard: Sugar

Work length2:35
$1.10
$1.40
  • The Capitol Jazzmen, Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Barney Bigard (clarinet), Les Robinson (alto saxophone), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Pete Johnson (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Hank Wayland (upright bass), Nick Fatool (drums)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Edna Alexander, Sidney Mitchell, Maceo Pinkard: Sugar

Work length2:35
$1.10
$1.40
  • The Capitol Jazzmen, Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Barney Bigard (clarinet), Les Robinson (alto saxophone), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Pete Johnson (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Hank Wayland (upright bass), Nick Fatool (drum)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Dick Larkin: Ain't Goin' No Place

Work length3:03
$1.10
$1.40
  • The Capitol Jazzmen, Peggy Lee (vocals), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Barney Bigard (clarinet), Les Robinson (alto saxophone), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Pete Johnson (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Hank Wayland (upright bass), Nick Fatool (drum)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

Benjamin Franklin Spikes, John Curry Spikes: Someday Sweetheart

Work length2:54
$1.10
$1.40
  • The Capitol Jazzmen, Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Barney Bigard (clarinet), Les Robinson (alto saxophone), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Stan Wrightsman (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Hank Wayland (upright bass), Nick Fatool (drums)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Lew Brown, Sammy Fain: That Old Feeling

Work length2:42
$1.10
$1.40
  • The Capitol Jazzmen, Peggy Lee (vocals), Clarence "Shorty" Sherock (trumpet), Barney Bigard (clarinet), Les Robinson (alto saxophone), Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Pete Johnson (piano), Nappy Lamare (guitar), Hank Wayland (double bass), Nick Fatool (drums), Stan Wrightsman (celesta)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, 7000 Santa Monica Blvd.,Los Angeles, CA

Tracey, Pinkard, Tauber: Them There Eyes

Work length2:41
$1.10
$1.40
  • Anita O'Day (vocals), Charlie Griffith (trumpet), Jimmy Skyles (trombone), Heinie Beau (alto saxophone), Manny Gershman (alto saxophone), Herbie Haymer (tenor saxophone), Harry Suchman (baritone saxophone), Dave Barbour (guitar), Phil Stephens (piano), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Lowell Martin
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Andy Razaf, Eubie Blake: Memories Of You

Work length3:00
$1.10
$1.40
  • Anita O'Day (vocals), Charlie Griffith (trumpet), Jimmy Skyles (trombone), Heinie Beau (alto saxophone), Manny Gershman (alto saxophone), Herbie Haymer (tenor saxophone), Harry Suchman (baritone saxophone), Dave Barbour (guitar), Phil Stephens (piano), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Lowell Martin
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Leon Rene: How Come?

Work length2:39
$1.10
$1.40
  • Anita O'Day (vocals), Charlie Griffith (trumpet), Jimmy Skyles (trombone), Heinie Beau (alto saxophone), Herbie Haymer (tenor saxophone), Harry Suchman (baritone saxophone), Dave Barbour (guitar), Phil Stephens (piano), Zutty Singleton (drums), Manny Gershman (alto saxophone)
  • Lowell Martin
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Clarence Gaskill, Jimmy McHugh: I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me

Work length2:47
$1.10
$1.40
  • Anita O'Day (vocals), Charlie Griffith (trumpet), Jimmy Skyles (trombone), Heinie Beau (alto saxophone), Manny Gershman (alto saxophone), Herbie Haymer (tenor saxophone), Harry Suchman (baritone saxophone), Dave Barbour (guitar), Phil Stephens (piano), Zutty Singleton (drums)
  • Lowell Martin
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Don Raye, Gene DePaul: A Song Was Born

Work length2:20
$1.10
$1.40
  • Giants Of Jazz, Louis Armstrong (trumpet), Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Benny Goodman (clarinet), Charlie Barnet (alto saxophone), Lionel Hampton (vibraphone), Mel Powell (piano), Al Hendrickson (guitar), Henry Babasin (upright bass), Jeri Sullivan (vocals), Golden Gate Quartet (vocals)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Goldwyn Soundstage

Don Raye, Gene DePaul: A Song Was Born

Work length2:44
$1.10
$1.40
  • Giants Of Jazz, Louis Armstrong (trumpet), Jeri Sullivan (vocals), Golden Gate Quartet (vocals), Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Benny Goodman (clarinet), Charlie Barnet (alto saxophone), Lionel Hampton (vibraphone), Mel Powell (piano), Al Hendrickson (guitar), Harry Babasin (upright bass), Louis Bellson (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Goldwyn Soundstage

Bob Carleton: Ja-Da

Work length3:04
$1.10
$1.40
  • Ten Cats And A Mouse, Dave Barbour (trumpet), Billy May (trombone), Bobby Sherwood (trombone), Paul Weston (clarinet), Eddie Miller (alto saxophone), Benny Carter (tenor saxophone), Dave Cavanaugh (baritone saxophone), Red Norvo (piano), Hal Derwin (guitar), Frank DeVol (upright bass), Peggy Lee (drum)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Improvisation: Three O'Clock Jump

Work length3:04
$1.10
$1.40
  • Ten Cats & A Mouse, Dave Barbour (trumpet), Billy May (trombone), Bobby Sherwood (trombone), Paul Weston (clarinet), Eddie Miller (alto saxophone), Benny Carter (tenor saxophone), Dave Cavanaugh (baritone saxophone), Red Norvo (piano), Hal Derwin (guitar), Frank DeVol (upright bass), Peggy Lee (drums), Peggy Lee (drum)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Buddy Bemier, Nat Simon: Poinciana

Work length3:03
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter & His Orchestra, Benny Carter, Jake Porter (trumpet), Teddy Buckner (trumpet), Freddie Webster (trumpet), Shorty Haughton (trombone), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Alton Moore (trombone), Claude Dunson (trumpet), Gene Porter (tenor saxophone), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Willard Brown (baritone saxophone), Teddy Brannon (piano), Ulysses Livingston (guitar), Curley Russell (upright bass), Oscar Bradley (drums), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone)
  • Recorded: 1943
  • Recording Venue: San Francisco, CA

Jerome, Sam Lewis, Young: Just A Baby's Prayer At Twilight

Work length3:09
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter & His Orchestra, Benny Carter, Jake Porter (trumpet), Teddy Buckner (trumpet), Freddie Webster (trumpet), Shorty Haughton (trombone), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Alton Moore (trombone), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone), Gene Porter (tenor saxophone), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Willard Brown (baritone saxophone), Teddy Brannon (piano), Ulysses Livingston (guitar), Curley Russell (upright bass), Oscar Bradley (drums)
  • Recorded: 1943
  • Recording Venue: San Francisco, CA

Richard Larkin, Benny Carter: Hurry, Hurry

Work length2:53
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter & His Orchestra, Savannah Churchill (vocals), Jake Porter (trumpet), Teddy Buckner (trumpet), Freddie Webster (trumpet), Shorty Haughton (trombone), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Alton Moore (trombone), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone), Gene Porter (tenor saxophone), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Willard Brown (baritone saxophone), Teddy Brannon (piano), Ulysses Livingston (guitar), Curley Russell (upright bass), Oscar Bradley (drums)
  • Recorded: 1943
  • Recording Venue: San Francisco, CA

Benny Carter, Richard Larkin: Hurry, Hurry

Work length2:51
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter & His Orchestra, Benny Carter, Jake Porter (trumpet), Teddy Buckner (trumpet), Freddie Webster (trumpet), Shorty Haughton (trombone), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Alton Moore (trombone), Savannah Churchill (vocals), Gene Porter (tenor saxophone), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Willard Brown (baritone saxophone), Teddy Brannon (piano), Ulysses Livingston (guitar), Curley Russell (upright bass), Oscar Bradley (drums), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone)
  • Recorded: 1943
  • Recording Venue: San Francisco, CA

Porter, C: Love For Sale

Work length2:58
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter And His Orchestra, Curley Russell (upright bass), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Shorty Haughton (trombone), Freddie Webster (trumpet), Teddy Buckner (trumpet), Jake Porter (trumpet), Claude Dunson (trumpet), Oscar Bradley (drums), Ulysses Livingston (guitar), Teddy Brannon (piano), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Gene Porter (tenor saxophone), Willard Brown (trombone), Willard Brown (baritone saxophone), Willard Brown (alto saxophone), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone), Benny Carter (alto saxophone)
  • Recorded: 1943
  • Recording Venue: San Francisco

Leo Robin, Richard A. Whiting: I Can't Escape From You

Work length3:17
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter & His Orchestra, Curley Russell (upright bass), Ulysses Livingston (guitar), Teddy Brannon (piano), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Gene Porter (tenor saxophone), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone), Benny Carter (alto saxophone), Willard Brown (baritone saxophone), Claude Dunson (trumpet), Willard Brown (alto saxophone), Willard Brown (trombone), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Shorty Haughton (trombone), Freddie Webster (trumpet), Teddy Buckner (trumpet), Jake Porter (trumpet), Oscar Bradley (drums)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: San Francisco, California

Leo Robin, Richard A. Whiting: I Can't Escape From You

Work length3:15
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter & His Orchestra, Willard Brown (alto saxophone), Curley Russell (upright bass), Ulysses Livingston (guitar), Teddy Brannon (piano), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Gene Porter (tenor saxophone), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone), Willard Brown (baritone saxophone), Willard Brown (trombone), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Shorty Haughton (trombone), Freddie Webster (trumpet), Teddy Buckner (trumpet), Jake Porter (trumpet), Claude Dunson (trumpet), Benny Carter (alto saxophone), Oscar Bradley (drums)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, California

Otis Rene: I'm Lost

Work length3:14
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter & His Orchestra, Willard Brown (alto saxophone), Curley Russell (upright bass), Ulysses Livingston (guitar), Teddy Brannon (piano), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Gene Porter (tenor saxophone), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone), Willard Brown (baritone saxophone), Willard Brown (trombone), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Shorty Haughton (trombone), Freddie Webster (trumpet), Teddy Buckner (trumpet), Jake Porter (trumpet), Claude Dunson (trumpet), Benny Carter (alto saxophone), Oscar Bradley (drums)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Vernon Duke, Ira Gershwin: I Can't Get Started

Work length2:59
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter & His Orchestra, Willard Brown (baritone saxophone), Oscar Bradley (drums), Curley Russell (upright bass), Ulysses Livingston (guitar), Teddy Brannon (piano), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Gene Porter (tenor saxophone), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone), Willard Brown (alto saxophone), Willard Brown (trombone), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Shorty Haughton (trombone), Freddie Webster (trumpet), Teddy Buckner (trumpet), Jake Porter (trumpet), Claude Dunson (trumpet), Benny Carter (alto saxophone)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, California

Vernon Duke, Ira Gershwin: I Can't Get Started

Work length2:51
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter And His Orchestra, Bart Varsalona (trombone), Charlie Drayton (upright bass), Jimmy Edwards (guitar), Gerald Wiggins (piano), Willard Brown (baritone saxophone), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Gene Porter (tenor saxophone), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone), Alton Moore (trombone), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Shorty Haughton (trombone), Milton Fletcher (trumpet), Edwin Davis (trumpet), Karl George (trumpet), John Carroll (trumpet), Benny Carter (alto saxophone), Benny Carter (trumpet)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Harry Barris, Gordon Clifford: I Surrender, Dear

Work length3:01
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter And His Orchestra, John Carroll (trumpet), Bart Varsalona (trombone), Alton Moore (trombone), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Shorty Haughton (trombone), Milton Fletcher (trumpet), Edwin Davis (trumpet), Karl George (trumpet), Charlie Drayton (upright bass), Jimmy Edwards (guitar), Gerald Wiggins (piano), Willard Brown (baritone saxophone), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Gene Porter (tenor saxophone), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone), Benny Carter (alto saxophone), Benny Carter (trumpet)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen: June Comes Around Every Year

Work length3:10
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter & His Orchestra, Irving Lewis (trumpet), Charlie Drayton (upright bass), Herman Mitchell (guitar), Rufus Webster (piano), John Taylor (baritone saxophone), Harold Clark (tenor saxophone), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Jewell Grant (alto saxophone), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone), Alton Moore (trombone), Louis Taylor (trombone), Benny Carter (alto saxophone), George Washington (trombone), Henry Coker (trombone), Paul Cohen (trumpet), Emmett Berry (trumpet), Gerald Wilson (trumpet), Fred Trainer (trumpet), Larry Stewart (vocals), Benny Carter (trumpet), Max Roach (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Benny Carter: Malibu

Work length3:03
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter (alto saxophone), Charlie Drayton (upright bass), Herman Mitchell (guitar), Rufus Webster (piano), John Taylor (baritone saxophone), Harold Clark (tenor saxophone), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Benny Carter (trumpet), Jewell Grant (alto saxophone), Irving Lewis (trumpet), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone), Alton Moore (trombone), Louis Taylor (trombone), George Washington (trombone), Henry Coker (trombone), Paul Cohen (trumpet), Emmett Berry (trumpet), Gerald Wilson (trumpet), Fred Trainer (trumpet), Max Roach (drums)
  • Benny Carter And His Orchestra
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Benny Carter: Cuttin' Time

Work length2:35
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter And His Orchestra, Thomas Moultrie (upright bass), James Cannady (guitar), Rufus Webster (piano), Willard Brown (baritone saxophone), Willard Brown (alto saxophone), Harold Clark (tenor saxophone), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Joe Epps (alto saxophone), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone), Alton Moore (trombone), Johnny Morris (trombone), Charley Johnson (trombone), Al Grey (trombone), Idrees Sulieman (trumpet), Dupree Bolton (trumpet), Wallace Jones (trumpet), Louis Gray (trumpet), Benny Carter (alto saxophone), Benny Carter (trumpet), Percy Brice (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: WMCA Radio, New York City

Benny Carter: Forever Blue (Bumbelina)

Work length3:11
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter & His Orchestra, Thomas Moultrie (upright bass), James Cannady (guitar), Rufus Webster (piano), Willard Brown (baritone saxophone), Willard Brown (alto saxophone), Harold Clark (tenor saxophone), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Joe Epps (alto saxophone), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone), Alton Moore (trombone), Johnny Morris (trombone), Charley Johnson (trombone), Al Grey (trombone), Idrees Sulieman (trumpet), Dupree Bolton (trumpet), Wallace Jones (trumpet), Louis Gray (trumpet), Benny Carter (alto saxophone), Benny Carter (trumpet), Percy Brice (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Ellington: Prelude to a Kiss

Work length3:16
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter & His Orchestra, Louis Gray (trumpet), Percy Brice (drums), Thomas Moultrie (upright bass), Alton Moore (trombone), Johnny Morris (trombone), Charley Johnson (trombone), Al Grey (trombone), Idrees Sulieman (trumpet), Dupree Bolton (trumpet), Wallace Jones (trumpet), James Cannady (guitar), Rufus Webster (piano), Willard Brown (baritone saxophone), Willard Brown (alto saxophone), Harold Clark (tenor saxophone), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Joe Epps (alto saxophone), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone), Benny Carter (trumpet), Benny Carter (alto saxophone)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Remastered at Capitol Mastering, Hollywood,

Jesse Greer, Raymond Klages: Just You, Just Me

Work length2:54
$1.10
$1.40
  • Benny Carter & His Orchestra, Alton Moore (trombone), James Cannady (guitar), Rufus Webster (piano), Willard Brown (baritone saxophone), Willard Brown (alto saxophone), Harold Clark (tenor saxophone), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Joe Epps (alto saxophone), Thomas Moultrie (upright bass), Johnny Morris (trombone), Charley Johnson (trombone), Al Grey (trombone), Idrees Sulieman (trumpet), Dupree Bolton (trumpet), Wallace Jones (trumpet), Louis Gray (trumpet), Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone), Benny Carter (alto saxophone), Benny Carter (trumpet), Percy Brice (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Dick Jurgens, Eddy Howard, Lew Quadling: Careless

Work length2:42
$1.10
$1.40
  • Jess Stacy And His Trio, Jess Stacy (piano), George Van Eps (guitar), Morty Corb (upright bass), Nick Fatool (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles California

Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain: I'll Be Seeing You

Work length3:00
$1.10
$1.40
  • Jess Stacy And His Trio, Jess Stacy (piano), George Van Eps (guitar), Morty Corb (upright bass), Nick Fatool (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles California

Kay Swift, Paul James: Can't We Be Friends

Work length2:25
$1.10
$1.40
  • Jess Stacy And His Trio, Jess Stacy (piano), George Van Eps (guitar), Morty Corb (upright bass), Nick Fatool (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles California

Jimmy van Heusen, Johnny Burke: Imagination

Work length2:41
$1.10
$1.40
  • Jess Stacy And His Trio, Jess Stacy (piano), George Van Eps (guitar), Morty Corb (upright bass), Nick Fatool (drums)
  • Recorded: 1950
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles California

Clarence Williams, Fats Waller: Squeeze Me

Work length2:48
$1.10
$1.40
  • Joe Sullivan (piano)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Duke Ellington, Paul Francis Webster: I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)

Work length3:00
$1.10
$1.40
  • Joe Sullivan (musician)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Duke Ellington, Paul Francis Webster: I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)

Work length3:06
$1.10
$1.40
  • Joe Sullivan (musician)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Andy Razaf, Eubie Blake: Memories Of You

Work length3:00
$1.10
$1.40
  • Joe Sullivan (musician)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Los Angeles, CA

Peter de Rose, Mitchell Parish: Deep Purple

Work length3:01
$1.10
$1.40
  • Joe Sullivan (piano)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Arthur Freed, Nacio Brown: The Moon Is Low

Work length2:49
$1.10
$1.40
  • Joe Sullivan (piano)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Sullivan, Joe: Reflections

Work length2:32
$1.10
$1.40
  • Joe Sullivan (piano)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Jerry Livingston: It's The Talk Of The Town

Work length2:57
$1.10
$1.40
  • Joe Sullivan (piano)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Eddie Heywood, Nadine Dana Suesse: My Silent Love

Work length2:58
$1.10
$1.40
  • Joe Sullivan (piano)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Porter, C: Anything Goes

Work length2:38
$1.10
$1.40
  • Mel Powell (piano), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Red Callender (upright bass), Lee Young (drums)
  • Recorded: 1944
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Henry Creamer, Turner Layton: Way Down Yonder In New Orleans

Work length2:06
$1.10
$1.40
  • Mel Powell (piano), Jake Porter (trumpet), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Red Callender (upright bass), Lee Young (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

J. Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie: You Go To My Head

Work length2:42
$1.10
$1.40
  • Mel Powell, Lee Young (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Unknown - All Rights Reserved: You Better Not Mess With Me

Work length2:45
$1.10
$1.40
  • Mel Powell (piano), Jake Porter (trumpet), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Red Callender (upright bass), Lee Young (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Unknown: If Dreams Come True

Work length3:44
$1.10
$1.40
  • Mel Powell (piano), Jake Porter (trumpet), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Red Callender (upright bass), Lee Young (drums)
  • Recorded: 2006

Rodgers, R: There’s A Small Hotel

Work length2:52
$1.10
$1.40
  • Mel Powell, Jake Porter (vocals), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Red Callender (upright bass), Lee Young (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Vincent Youmans, Leo Robin, Clifford Grey: Hallelujah

Work length2:05
$1.10
$1.40
  • Mel Powell, Jake Porter (vocals), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Red Callender (upright bass), Lee Young (drums)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

José Norman: Cuban Pete

Work length2:32
$1.10
$1.40
  • Mel Powell (piano), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Frank Beach (trumpet), Red Callender (upright bass), Lee Young (drums), Chuck Gentry (baritone saxophone)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Powell, Mel: Cookin' One Up

Work length2:01
$1.10
$1.40
  • Mel Powell (piano), Frank Beach (trumpet), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Red Callender (upright bass), Lee Young (drums), Chuck Gentry (baritone saxophone)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen: That Old Black Magic

Work length2:27
$1.10
$1.40
  • Mel Powell (piano), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Red Callender (upright bass), Lee Young (drums), Frank Beach (trumpet), Chuck Gentry (baritone saxophone)
  • Recorded: 1947
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Gordon Jenkins, Bernie Hanighen, Johnny Mercer: When A Woman Loves A Man

Work length2:41
$1.10
$1.40
  • Mel Powell (piano), Jake Porter (trumpet), Bumps Myers (tenor saxophone), Red Callender (upright bass), Lee Young (drums)
  • Recorded: 1943

Edward Ory, Ray Gilbert: Muskrat Ramble

Work length3:07
$1.10
$1.40
  • Mel Powell Septet, Mel Powell (piano), Gus Bivona (clarinet), Clyde Hurley (trumpet), Lou McGarity (trombone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Tiny Berman (upright bass), Frank Carlson (drums)
  • Recorded: 1948
  • Recording Venue: Radio Recorders, Hollywood

Cootie Williams, Holmes Daylie: Juice Head Baby

Work length3:09
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson (alto saxophone), Sylvester Payne (drums), Carl Pruitt (double bass), Arnold Jarvis (piano), George Favors (baritone saxophone), Lee Pope (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Bob Horton (trombone), Dan Logan (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Eddie Vinson (vocals)
  • Recorded: 1945-01-01
  • Recording Venue: New York City

T. Hastings, Diane Johnson: Salt Lake City Bounce

Work length2:52
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Carl Pruitt (double bass), Arnold Jarvis (piano), George Favors (baritone saxophone), Lee Pope (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson (alto saxophone), Bob Horton (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Dan Logan (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Sylvester Payne (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Unknown: Jitterbug Serenade

Work length2:41
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Carl Pruitt (double bass), Arnold Jarvis (piano), George Favors (baritone saxophone), Lee Pope (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson (alto saxophone), Bob Horton (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Dan Logan (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Sylvester Payne (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Cootie Williams, Bernie Hanighen: House Of Joy

Work length3:12
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Jimmy Glover (double bass), Arnold Jarvis (piano), George Favors (baritone saxophone), Lee Pope (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson (alto saxophone), Bob Horton (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Dan Logan (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Sylvester Payne (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Cootie Williams: Mood For Coot

Work length3:17
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Jimmy Glover (double bass), Arnold Jarvis (piano), George Favors (baritone saxophone), Lee Pope (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson (alto saxophone), Bob Horton (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Dan Logan (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Sylvester Payne (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Clarence Williams, Vinson: When My Baby Left Me

Work length2:55
$1.10
$1.40
  • Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson (alto saxophone), Jimmy Glover (double bass), Arnold Jarvis (piano), George Favors (baritone saxophone), Lee Pope (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Bob Horton (trombone), Dan Logan (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Sylvester Payne (drums)
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Clarence Williams, Vinson: When My Baby Left Me

Work length2:54
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson (alto saxophone), Jimmy Glover (double bass), Arnold Jarvis (piano), George Favors (baritone saxophone), Lee Pope (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Bob Horton (trombone), Dan Logan (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Sylvester Payne (drums)
  • Recorded: 1997
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Duke Ellington, Steven Park George, Tupper Saussy, Harry James: Everything But You

Work length2:46
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Jimmy Glover (double bass), Arnold Jarvis (piano), George Favors (baritone saxophone), Lee Pope (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson (alto saxophone), Bob Horton (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Dan Logan (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Sylvester Payne (drums)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Duke Ellington, Steven Park George, Tupper Saussy, Harry James: Everything But You

Work length2:45
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson (alto saxophone), Sylvester Payne (drums), Jimmy Glover (double bass), Arnold Jarvis (piano), George Favors (baritone saxophone), Lee Pope (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Bob Horton (trombone), Dan Logan (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet)
  • Recorded: 1945
  • Recording Venue: Remastered at Capitol Mastering, Hollywood,

Cootie Williams: Jumping To Conclusions

Work length2:56
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Norman Keenan (double bass), Sam "Christopher" Allen (guitar), Arnold Jarvis (piano), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Everett Gaines (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), John Jackson (alto saxophone), Bob Horton (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Ed Johnson (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Bob Merrill (trumpet), Butch Ballard (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Cootie Williams: Jumping To Conclusions

Work length3:02
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Norman Keenan (double bass), Sam "Christopher" Allen (guitar), Arnold Jarvis (piano), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Everett Gaines (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), John Jackson (alto saxophone), Bob Horton (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Ed Johnson (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Bob Merrill (trumpet), Butch Ballard (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946
  • Recording Venue: New York City

George Siravo: Someone I Knew

Work length2:56
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Norman Keenan (double bass), Sam "Christopher" Allen (guitar), Arnold Jarvis (piano), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Everett Gaines (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), John Jackson (alto saxophone), Bob Horton (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Ed Johnson (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Bob Merrill (trumpet), Butch Ballard (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Unknown: You're The One For Me, Sweetheart

Work length2:41
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Norman Keenan (double bass), Sam "Christopher" Allen (guitar), Arnold Jarvis (piano), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Everett Gaines (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), John Jackson (alto saxophone), Bob Horton (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Ed Johnson (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Bob Merrill (trumpet), Butch Ballard (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Bob Merrill, L. Pack, E. Blackman, L. Blackman: Stingy Blues

Work length3:01
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Norman Keenan (double bass), Sam "Christopher" Allen (guitar), Arnold Jarvis (piano), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Everett Gaines (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), John Jackson (alto saxophone), Bob Horton (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Ed Johnson (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Bob Merrill (trumpet), Butch Ballard (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946-01-29
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Ellington, M: He Should'a Flip'd When He Flop'd

Work length2:58
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Johnny Mercer (vocals), Norman Keenan (double bass), Sam "Christopher" Allen (guitar), Arnold Jarvis (piano), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Everett Gaines (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), John Jackson (alto saxophone), Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Bob Horton (trombone), Ed Johnson (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Bob Merrill (trumpet), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Butch Ballard (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946-01-29
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Ellington: Echoes of Harlem

Work length2:58
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Norman Keenan (double bass), Sam "Christopher" Allen (guitar), Arnold Jarvis (piano), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Everett Gaines (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), John Jackson (alto saxophone), Bob Horton (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Ed Johnson (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Bob Merrill (trumpet), Butch Ballard (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946
  • Recording Venue: WMCA Studios, New York City, New York

Deverteuil, Anna Lynn Williams: That's The Lick

Work length3:14
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Norman Keenan (double bass), Sam "Christopher" Allen (guitar), Arnold Jarvis (piano), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Everett Gaines (tenor saxophone), Sam Taylor, Jr. (tenor saxophone), John Jackson (alto saxophone), Bob Horton (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Ed Johnson (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), George Treadwell (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Bob Merrill (trumpet), Butch Ballard (drums)
  • Recorded: 1997
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Bob Merrill, Archie Hall: Wrong Neighborhood

Work length2:45
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Butch Ballard (drums), Norman Keenan (double bass), Pee Wee Tinney (guitar), Arnold Jarvis (piano), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Edwin Johnson (tenor saxophone), Chuck Clarke (tenor saxophone), Daniel Williams (alto saxophone), Julius "Hawkshaw" Watson (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Ed Johnson (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), Otis Gamble (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Bob Merrill (trumpet)
  • Recorded: 1946-07-05
  • Recording Venue: WMCA, New York City, NY

Bob Merrell: Piney Brown's Gone

Work length3:11
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Norman Keenan (double bass), Pee Wee Tinney (guitar), Arnold Jarvis (piano), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Edwin Johnson (tenor saxophone), Chuck Clarke (tenor saxophone), Daniel Williams (alto saxophone), Julius "Hawkshaw" Watson (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Ed Johnson (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), Otis Gamble (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Bob Merrill (trumpet), Butch Ballard (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Cootie Williams, Ed Johnson, John Alston: I May Be Easy, But I'm No Fool

Work length3:05
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Norman Keenan (double bass), Pee Wee Tinney (guitar), Arnold Jarvis (piano), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Edwin Johnson (tenor saxophone), Chuck Clarke (tenor saxophone), Daniel Williams (alto saxophone), Julius "Hawkshaw" Watson (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Ed Johnson (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), Otis Gamble (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Bob Merrill (trumpet), Butch Ballard (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946-07-05
  • Recording Venue: WMCA, New York City, NY

Cootie Williams, Ed Johnson, John Alston: I May Be Easy, But I'm No Fool

Work length3:08
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Norman Keenan (double bass), Pee Wee Tinney (guitar), Arnold Jarvis (piano), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Edwin Johnson (tenor saxophone), Chuck Clarke (tenor saxophone), Daniel Williams (alto saxophone), Julius "Hawkshaw" Watson (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Ed Johnson (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), Otis Gamble (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Bob Merrill (trumpet), Butch Ballard (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946
  • Recording Venue: WMCA, New York City, NY

Unknown: Vibraphobia

Work length3:08
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Norman Keenan (double bass), Pee Wee Tinney (guitar), Arnold Jarvis (piano), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Edwin Johnson (tenor saxophone), Chuck Clarke (tenor saxophone), Daniel Williams (alto saxophone), Julius "Hawkshaw" Watson (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Ed Johnson (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (vibraphone), Billy Ford (trumpet), Otis Gamble (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Bob Merrill (trumpet), Butch Ballard (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Clarence Williams, E Johnson, R. Johnson: Let's Do The Whole Thing Or Nothing At All

Work length2:35
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Norman Keenan (double bass), Pee Wee Tinney (guitar), Arnold Jarvis (piano), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Edwin Johnson (tenor saxophone), Chuck Clarke (tenor saxophone), Daniel Williams (alto saxophone), Julius "Hawkshaw" Watson (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Ed Johnson (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), Otis Gamble (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Bob Merrill (trumpet), Butch Ballard (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946
  • Recording Venue: New York City

Kirkpatrick, Anna-Lynne Williams, Sims: Rhapsody In Bass

Work length2:43
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Norman Keenan (double bass), Arnold Jarvis (piano), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Edwin Johnson (tenor saxophone), Chuck Clarke (tenor saxophone), Daniel Williams (alto saxophone), Julius "Hawkshaw" Watson (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Ed Johnson (trombone), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), Otis Gamble (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Bob Merrill (trumpet), Butch Ballard (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946
  • Recording Venue: New York City

C. Redd, Clarence Williams: Ain't Got No Blues Today

Work length3:09
$1.10
$1.40
  • Cootie Williams And His Orchestra, Julius "Hawkshaw" Watson (trombone), Norman Keenan (double bass), Arnold Jarvis (piano), Bob Ashton (baritone saxophone), Edwin Johnson (tenor saxophone), Chuck Clarke (tenor saxophone), Daniel Williams (alto saxophone), Rupert Cole (alto saxophone), Ed Johnson (trombone), Cootie Williams (trumpet), Ed Burke (trombone), Clarence "Gene" Redd (trumpet), Billy Ford (trumpet), Otis Gamble (trumpet), E.V. Perry (trumpet), Bob Merrill (trumpet), Butch Ballard (drums)
  • Recorded: 1946
  • Recording Venue: WMCA, New York City, NY

Johnson, Keenan, Anna-Lynne Williams: Bring 'Em Down Front

Work length2:49
$1.10