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RLP-8801
NEW YORK JAZZ SCENE 1917-1920
 

RLP-8801

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York City 36, New York 

Made and sold by Fontana records under rights from Interdisc S.A.

 

FRISCO JASS BAND 

Rudy Wiedoeft (as)  unknown (tb) (vln) (p) (bj) (drs) directed by Joe Frisco

NYC; May 19, 1927

5552 Canary Cottage              Ed 50440

5553-C Johnson Jazz Blues (4:29)        Ed 50470, RM-8801 (A-3)

 

FRISCO JASS BAND 

Rudy Wiedoeft (as)  unknown (tb) (vln) (p) (bj) (drs) directed by Joe Frisco

NYC; August 2, 1927

5723-C Umbrellas to Mend (3:45)        Ed 50470 RM-8801 (A-4)

5724 Cute Little Wigglin’ Dance Amb 3364

5725 All I Need Is Just A Girl Like You                     Ed 51081

 

EARL FULLER’S FAMOUS JAZZ BAND

Walter Kahn (cnt)  Ted Lewis (cl)  Harry Raderman (tb)  Earl Fuller (p)  John Lucas (drs)

NYC; June 4, 1928

6198 I’m Sorry I Made You Cry                                Ed 50521

6199-C Jazzbo Jazz (one step) (4:06)               Ed 50505 RM-8801 (A-1)

same person NYC; June 13, 1928

6224-C Jazz de Luxe (4:09)                  Ed 50541 RM-8801 (A-2)

6225 Jazzin’ Around                                                   Amb 3572

 

LOUISIANA FIVE

Alcide “Yellow” Nunez (cl)  Charlie Panell (tb)  Joe Cawley (p)  Karl Burger (bj)  Anton Lada (drs)

NYC; April 14, 1929

6720-C Foot Warmer (3:54)           Ed 50569   RM-8801 (A-5)

6721-C B-Hap-E (3:45)              -          -     (A-6)

 

LOUISIANA FIVE

Alcide “Yellow” Nunez (cl)  Charlie Panell (tb)  Joe Cawley (p)  Karl Burger (bj)  Anton Lada (drs)

NYC; September 12, 1929

6928-B Clarinet Squawk (3:42)         Ed 50609   RM-8801 (B-3)

6929-C Yelping Hound Blues (4:05)        Ed 50622         -      (B-4) 

 

LOPEX & HAMILTON’S KINGS OF HARMONY ORCHESTRA 

Bob Effros (tp)  Slim Hamilton (tb)  Andy Hamilton (cl)  Vincent Lopez (p)  Eddie Shearer (drs)

NYC; January 9, 1920

7099-C Bluin’ the Blues (4:12)                                  Ed 50662 RM-8801 (B-1)

7100 Dixieland (Original Dixieland One-Step?)       (unissued)

7101-C Peggy (4:13)                                                  Ed 50648 RM-8801 (B-2) 

 

LOPEX & HAMILTON’S KINGS OF HARMONY ORCHESTRA 

Bob Effros (tp)  Slim Hamilton (tb)  Andy Hamilton (cl)  Vincent Lopez (p)  Eddie Shearer (drs)

NYC; February 3, 1920

7142 Afganistan Ed 50658

7143-C Patches (3:55)             Ed 50650 RM-8801(B-5) 

same person NYC; February 5, 1920

7146-C Bo-la-bo (3:44)              Ed 50649 RM-8801(B-6) 

 

NOTE: RM-8801 “New York Jazz Scene 1917-1920” edited by Dr. Hans R. Rookmaaker.

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RLP-8802


RLP-8802 
TUB WASHBOARD BANDS 1924-1932 
 

        

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York City 36, New York 

Made and sold by Fontana records under rights from Interdisc S.A.

 

WHISTLER AND HIS JUG BAND

Jess Ferguson (vln)  Buford Threlkeld “Whistler” (g, vcl, whistle-1)  Willie Black (mandrin)  B.D.Tite (jug)

Richmond, Indiana ; September 25, 1924

12025-A,B  Chicago Flip (2:54)                     Gen 5554    RM-8802 (A-3)

12026-A     Jerry O’mine (1) (3:11)                        -           -      (A-4)

 

TUB  JUG WASHBOARD BAND

Tampa Red (kazoo, vcl)  unknown (kazoo) (jug) (wbd) (bj)

Chicago; c. July 1928 

20656-1 Tub-Jug Rag (2:16)          Para 12671   RM-8802 (A-1)

20671-2 San (3:06)                                         -        -        (A-2)

 

GEORGE WILSON AND JIMMY HINTON

George “Chicken” Wilson (g, breaks)  Jimmy “Skeeter” Hinton (hca)

Long Island, NYC; c. December 1928

319-A Chicken Wilson Blues (3:03)              QRS R7052   RM-8802 (A-5)

320      House Snake Blues (1) (3:01)         -           -        (A-6) 

 

CINCINNATI JUG BAND

Bob Coleman (vcl, g)  unknown (vcl) (hca) (jug) (wbd)

Chicago; January 1929

21100-2 Newport Blues (2:57)             Para 12743   RM-8802 (A-7) 

21101-2 George Street  Stomp (2:45)                  -       -       (A-8)

21102-1 Tear It Down (1) (2:44)   Para 12731       -                (B-1)

21108-2 Cincinnati Underworld Woman (2:55)              -           -       (B-2) 

 

GUY LUMPKIN & EDDIE MAPP

Guy Lumpkin (g) Eddie Mapp (hca-1)

Long Island, NYC; June 1929

465 Decatur Street Drag (3:11)         QRS R7078   RM-8802 (B-3) 

466-A Riding the Blues (1, only) (2:44)          -              -        (B-4)

 

WALTER TAYLOR AND THE WASHBOARD TRIO

Walter Taylor (vcl) acc by The Washboard Trio; John Byrd (g)  unknown (mandolin)  … Anderson (kazoo -1)

Richmond, Indiana; February 14, 1930

16266-B Thirty-Eight and Plus (1) (2:55)        Gen 7157 RM-8802(B-5)

same person Richmond, Indiana; February 15, 1930

16289    Diamond Ring Blues (2:53)                   Gen 7189 RM-8802(B-6)

 

PICANINNY JUG BAND

Will Shade (hca, g)  Jab Jones (p, jug)  Charlie Burse (vcl, g)  Will Welson (g)  Vol Stevens (vcl, bj, mand)  Otto Gilmore (traps)

Richmond, Indiana;August 3, 1932

18447 You Got To Have That Thing (2:38)      Champion 16615   RM-8802 (B-7)

18449 Bottle It Up and Go (2:25)                                             -           -       (B-8)

 

NOTE: RM-8802 “Tub Jug Washboard Bands” edited by Dr. Hans R. Rookmaaker.

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RLP-8803


RLP-8803
GEORGIA TOM & FRIENDS 

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York City 36, New York 

Made and sold by Fontana records under rights from Interdisc S.A.

 

THE HOKUM BOYS 

Bob Robinson (lead vcl)  Georgia Tom (vc, p)  Tampa Red (g) 

Chicago; December 1928 

21035-3 Selling That Stuff                   RLP-8803 (A-1)

21036-2 Beedle Um Bum                      -    (A-2)

 

GEORGIA TOM

Georgia Tom = Thomas Andrew Dorsey (vcl, p) acc by Jones (g)

Richmond, Indiana; July 8, 1929

15306-A Broken Man’s Blues         Gen 7008             RLP-8803 (A-3)

15310    Pig Meat Blues                             -                 -        (A-4) 

 

GEORGIA TOM

Georgia Tom = Thomas Andrew Dorsey (vcl, p, whistling)  Scrapper Brackwell (g)  pos. other (g)

Richmond, Indiana; February 5, 1930

16221 Second Hand Woman Blues (1)      Gen 7130                  RLP-8803 (A-5)

16222  Maybe It’s The Blues                     Gen 7190                            -       (A-6)

16223  Second Hand Love                      Champion 15994

16224  Levee Bound Blues                        Champion 16682                -       (A-7)

16225  Gee, But It’s Hard                                       -                        -       (A-8)

 

GEORGIA TOM

Georgia Tom (vcl, p)  Jane Lucas (vcl)  Big Bill Broonzy (g)  

Richmond, Indiana; November 19, 1930

17276-B Terrible Operation Blues       Champion 16171    RLP-8803 (B-1)

17277-A Where Did You Stay Last Night ?            -           -        (B-2)

17278-A Fix It                 Champion 16215                -        (B-3)

17285     Double Trouble Blues                        Champion 16239                -       (B-4) 

17286     Leave My Man Alone                                        -                             -        (B-5) 

 

Georgia Tom = Thomas Andrew Dorsey (vcl,p)  Jane Lucas (vc, tambourin-l)  Big Bill Broonzy (g)

Richmond, Indiana; November 20, 1930

17287-B Hip Shakin’ Strut (1)                         Champion 16237     RLP-8803 (B-6)

17290 Been Mistreated Blues                  -            -         (B-7)

 

Same person Grafton,

Wisconsin; March 1931 

L-719-2 Come On In (Ain’t Nobody Here But Me)   Para 13104    RLP-8803 (B-8)

 

NOTE: RLP-8003 “Gorgia Tom and Friends” edited by Dr. Hans R. Rookmaaker.

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RLP-8804
BLIND BLAKE BLUES IN CHICAGO 
 

RLP-8804

         

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York City 36, New York 

Made and sold by Fontana records under rights from Interdisc S.A.

 

BLIND BLAKE

Blind Blake (vcl, g)

Chicago; October 1926

3056-1  West Coast Blues (3:10)          Para 12387 RM-8804 (A-1)

3056-2  West Coast Blues                                           -

3057-1  Early Morning Blues                                      -

3057-2  Early Morning Blues (2:59)                           -                      -       (A-2)

3059-2  Too Tight                                                 Para 12413

3060-2  Blake’s Worried Blues                             Para 12442

3061-1,2  Come on Boys,

                    Let’s Do That Messin’ Around               Para 12413

3062-2     Tampa Bound                                          Para 12442

 

LEOLA B. WILSON

Leola B. Wilson (vcl)  Blind Blake (g)

Chicago; c. November 1926

4012-2 Down the Counter (2:31)                      Para 12444 RM-8804 (A-3)

4013-2 Black Biting Bee Blues (2:43)                           -                       -      (A-4)

 

BLIND BLAKE

Blind Blake (vcl, g)

Chicago; April 1927

4362-1 Black Dog Blues               Para 12464

4363-2 One Time Blues (2:34)            Para 12479     RM-8804 (A-5)

 

BLIND BLAKE 

Blind Blake (vcl, g)  unknown (rattlebones)

Chicago; May 1927

4462-2 Dry Bone Shuffle (2:41)               Par 12479 RM-8804 (A-6)

4462-3 Dry Bone Shuffle                 Para test

4468-2 That Will Never Happen No More      Para 12497

 

BLIND BLAKE

Blind Blake (g, vcl) acc with Johnny Dodds (cl-1) Jimmy Bertrand (slide whistle-2, woodbrock-3, xyl-4, speech-5)

Chicago; c. April 1928

20517-2 Doggin’ Me Mama Blues (4,5)     Para 12673

20517-3 Doggin’ Me Mama Blues (4,5) (3:12)         -             RM-8804 (A-7)

20520-2  C. C. Pill Blues (1, 2) (2:28)            Para 12634  RLP-1015   MLP-2002

20521-3  Hot Potatoes (1,2,3,5) (2:56)            Para 12673 RLP-1002    RLP12-135

20522-2  South Bound Rag (inst1,4) (3:17)    Para 12681  RLP12-104 MLP-2011

 

NOTE: RLP-1002 “Johnny Dodds, Vol. 1”; produced by Bill Grauer

RLP-1015 “Johnny Dodds, Vol. 2”; produced by Bill Graer

RLP12-104 “Johnny Dodds: Early Recordings by the Great New Orleans Clarinetists”; produced by Bill Grauer

RLP12-135 “Johnny Dodds: In the Alley”; produced by Orrin Keepnews & Bill Grauer; re-mastered by Jack Matthews, 1960

RM-8804 “Blind Blake Blues in Chicago” edited by Dr. Hans R. Rookmaaker.

MLP-2002 “The Immortal Johnny Dodds”; produced by Orrin Keepnews

MLP-2011 “Johnny Dodsd: Chicago Mess Around”; produced by Orrin Keepnews

 

  RLP-1002      RLP-1015     RLP12-104     RLP12-135       RM-8804        MLP-2002       MLP-2011 

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BLIND BLAKE 

Bertha Henderson (vcl)  Blind Blake (g, p)

Chicago; April 1928

20541-1     Goodbye Mama Moan (2:38)      Para 12634   RM-8004(A-8)

20542-6     Tootie Blues               Para 12643

20551-1,3 That Lovin’ I Crave                                            -

20559-1     No Dough Blues              Para 12723

 

BERTHA HENDERSON 

Bertha Henderson (vcl)  acc by Blind Blake (g, p-1)  or Tiny Parham (p-2) 

Chicago, Illinois; May 1929 

20550-1 So Sorry Blues (2)           Para 12645 

20556-1 That Lonesome Rave            Para 12697 

20557-2 Terrible Murder Blues                                   Para 12645 

20558-1 Keavin’ Gal Blues                                         Para 12697 

20560-2 Lead Hearted Blues                                       Para 12655   RM-8004(B-1)

20562-2 Let Your Love Come Down (1)          -         -      (B-2)

 

BLIND BLAKE 

Blind Blake (vcl, g)  acc by Alex Robinson (p)

Richmond, Indiana; June 20, 1929

15248-A Porker Woman Blues          Para 12810

15249-A Doing A Stretch                                                    -

15250     Fightin’ the Jug (2:55)           Para 12863   RM-8004(B-3)

15251-A Hookworm Blues                                           Para 12794

15252-A Slippery Rag (Rosey and Me) (inst)      -

 

BLIND BLAKE

Blind Blake (vcl, g)  acc by Charlie Spand (p-1) or Aletha Dickerson (vcl, g-2)

Richmond, Indiana; August 17, 1929

15457 Hastings St (Hastings St Boogy) (1) (3:09)   Para 12863   RM-8004(B-4)

15458-A Pop It Stomp (1)              (unissued) 

15459-A Diddie Wa Diddie           Para 12888

15460 Too Tight Blues No. 2 (2:52)          Para 12824             -       (B-5)

15461 Chump Man Blues Para 12904

15462 Ice Man Blues                                                          -

15463 Police Dog Blues Para 12888

15464-A I Was Afraid of That (part 2) (2)                   Para 12882

15465 Fan Foot Woman (unissued)

15466 Georgia Bound (3:18) Para 12824                           -                                (B-6)

15467 Blue Getaway (inst, 2)                                       (unissued)

 

BLIND BLAKE 

Blind Blake (vcl, g)

Grafton, Wisconsin; October 1931

L-1099-2 Rope Stretchin’ Blues (part 2) (2:48)    Para 13103   RM-8004(B-7)

L-1101-1 Rope Stretchin’ Blues (part 1)         Para (test)

L-1101-2 Rope Stretchin’ Blues (part1) (2:59)           Para 13103,             -       (B-8)

 

NOTE: RM-8804 “Blind Blake Blues in Chicago” edited by Dr. Hans R. Rookmaaker.


RLP-8805
KING OLIVER’S CREOLE JAZZ BAND
 

RLP-8805
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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York City 36, New York 

Made and sold by Fontana records under rights from Interdisc S.A.

 

KING OLIVER'S CREOLE JAZZ BAND

King Oliver (cnt)  Louis Armstrong (cnt)  Honore Dutrey (tb)  Johnny Dodds (cl)  Lil Hardin (p) 

Bill Johnson (bj,vcl,break-1) or “Bud” Scott (bj)  Baby Dodds (drs)

Richmond, Indiana; March 31, 1923

11383-B    Just Gone (2:42)                     Gen 5133 RLP-1029 RLP12-122                                      RM-8805(A-1)

11384-B    Canal Street Blues (2:29)                    -                  -                    -                                                           -       (A-2)

11385-C    Mandy Lee Blues (2:10)               Gen 5134          -                    -                                                           -       (A-3)

11386-C   I  ‘m Going Away to Wear You 

      off My Mind (2:58)                -       RLP-1073 RLP12-101                                             -       (A-4)

11387-A   Chimes Blues (2:53)             Gen 5135 RLP-1029 RLP12-122                                             -       (A-5)

same person Richmond, Indiana; April 6, 1923  

11388      Weather Bird Rag (2:42)                Gen 5132     RLP-1029 RLP12-122                                      RM-8805(A-6)

11389-B  Dipper Mouth Blues (1) (2:38)            -                    -                     -                                                          -       (A-7)

11390-B  Froggie Moore (3:04)                     Gen 5135           -                     -            RLP12-113   SDP-11-4         -       (B-1)  

11391      Snake Rag (3:03)                            Gen 5184           -             RLP12-122 

11395      Snake Rag               Gen           -                                                                         RM-8805 (B-2)

 

NOTE: all titles also on RM-8805 and mtrx11386-C‘I’m Going Away to …” (2:50) on RM-8805

RLP-1029 “Louis Armstrong with King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band”; produced by Bill Grauer

RLP12-101 “Young Louis Armstrong”; produced by Bill Grauer & Orrin Keepnews

RLP12-113 “The Riverside History of Classic Jazz, Vol. 3 & 4; The Blues / New Orleans Style”; produced by Bill Garuer 

& Orrin Keepnews; tape editing by Ray Fowler (Reeves Sounds Studios)

SDP-11 “The History of Classic Jazz” 5LPs box set; produced by Bill Grauer & Orrin Keepnews

RLP12-122 “Louis Armstrong: 1923 with King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band”; produced by Bill Grauer & Orrin Keepnews; 

re-mastered by Reeves Sound Studios, 1957

RM-8805 “King Olive’s Creole Jazz Band” edited by Dr. Hans R. Rookmaaker.

 

  RLP-1029      RLP12-101      RLP12-113        SDP-11         RLP12-122       RM-8805

 

KING OLIVER AND HIS CREOLE JAZZ BAND

King Oliver (cnt)  Louis Armstrong (cnt)  Honore Dutrey (tb)  Johnny Dodds (cl) 

Stomp Evans (c-mel) Lil Hardin (p) Johnny St Syr (bj)  Baby Dodds (drs)

Richmond, Indiana; October 5, 1923

11632-C When You Leave Me Alone to Pine  (unissued)

11633-B Alligator Hop (2:22)              Gen 5274 RLP1073 RLP12-101 RM-8805(B-5)

11634-C That Sweet Something, Dear       Gen 5276 (never issued)

11635-A Zulu’s Ball (2:19)                  Gen 5275                                                      -      (B-8)

11636-B Working Woman’s Blues (2:01)                  -                                                             -      (B-7)

11637-C Someday Sweetheart                (unissued)

11638 Krooked Blues (2:53)                         Gen 5274 RLP1073 RLP12-101            -      (B-6)

11639-B If You Want My Heart                 Gen 5276 (never issued?)

 

NOTE: RLP12-101 “Young Louis Armstrong”; produced by Bill Grauer & Orrin Keepnews

  RM-8805 “King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band” edited by Dr. Hans R. Rookmaaker.

 

 RLP12-101      RM-8805 

KING OLIVER'S JAZZ BAND

King Oliver (cnt)  Louis Armstrong (cnt)  Honore Dutrey (tb)  Johnny Dodds (cl)  Charlie Jackson (brs,tu) Lil Hardin (p)  Baby Dodds (drs)

Chicago; c. December 24, 1923

1622-1 Mabel’s Dream (2:52)        Para 20292                     RM-8805(A-8)  MLP-2006

1622-2 Mabel’s Dream (2:50) (1)                  Para 20292 RLP-1005  RLP12-122    -     (A-8)

1623-1 The Southern Stomp (2:42)      Para 12088                               -     (B-3)       -

1623-2 The Southern Stomp (2:45)      Para 12088   -     -                             -      (B-3)             -

1624-2   Riverside Blues (2:58) (1)      Para 20292      -                                        -                        -                           -

 

NOTE: (1) Stomp Evans (sax) added

  RLP-1005 “New Orleans Horns”; produced by Bill Grauer

  RLP12-122 “Louis Armstrong: 1923 with King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band”; produced by Bill Grauer & Orrin Keepnews; 

  re-mastered by Reeves Sound Studios, 1957

  ‘Southern Stomps’ was replaced with ‘Riverside Blues’ on RLP12-122

  RM-8805 “Mabel’s Dram” (1622-1+2) “The Southern Stomp” (1623-1+2) 

  MLP-2006 “The Immortal King Oliver”; produced by Orrin Keepnews

 

 RLP-1005       RLP12-122      MLP-2006      RM-8805  

             

NOTE: RM-8805 “King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band” edited by Dr. Hans R. Rookmaaker.


RLP-8806
HONKY TONK TRAIN 
 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York City 36, New York 

Made and sold by Fontana records under rights from Interdisc S.A.

 

MEADE LUX LEWIS

Meade Lux Lewis (p) 

Chicago; December 1927

20246-2 Honky Tonk Train Blues (3:12)  Para 12896 RLP-1009 RLP12-134 RM-8006 (A-2) MLP-2009

 

NOTE: RLP-1009 “Pioneers of Boogie Woogie”; produced by Bill Grauer

RLP12-134 “Early and Rare: Classic Jazz ‘Collectors Items’”; produced by Orrin Keepnews; 

re-mastered by Jack Mathews, 1960

Mtrx 20246-2 recorded in 1929 on RLP12-134

MLP-2009 “Boogie Woogie Rarities 1927-1932”; produced by Orrin Keepnews

 

 RLP-1009       RLP12-134       RM-8806       MLP-2009

 

WILL EZELL

Will Ezell (p) solo

Chicago; c. February 1929

21143-1 Barrel House Woman (2:55)   Para 12753        RM-8806 (A-3)  MLP-2018

21143-2 Barrel House Woman                         -

21144-2 Bucket of Blood (3:02)              Para 12773 RLP-1043

21145-2 Heifer Dust (2:57)                   Para 12753             -      RM-8806 (B-1) MLP-2018

21146-1 Playing the Dozen (3:13)           Para 12773             -                  MLP-2009

 

NOTE: RLP-1043 “Will Ezell’s Gin Mill Jazz”; produced by Bill Grauer

RM-8806 “Honky Tonk Train” edited by Dr. Hans R. Rookmaaker.

MLP-2009 “Boogie Woogie Rarities 1927-1932”; produced by Orrin Keepnews

MLP-2018 “Pitchin’ Boogie”; produced by Martin Williams

 

 RLP-1043        RM-8806       MLP-2009       MLP-2018 

 

CHARLES “COW COW” DAVENPORT

Charles Davenport (p, vcl-1)  Buster Johnson (g-1)

Richmond, Indiana; April 1, 1929

14978   Chimes Blues (3:13)      Para 12800 RLP-1034

14978-B   Chimes Blues (3:12)     Gen 6838         RM-8806 (A-1) MLP-2009

14979   Struttin’ the Blues        -

14983-B  Givin’ It Away (1)       Gen 6838

14985-A   Slow Drag (3:09)       Para 12800  RLP-1009

14985-B   Slow Drag            Gen 6869          RM-8806 (B-2)

14986-A   Atlanta Rag (3:06)                           -         RLP-1034 RM-8806 (B-3)

 

NOTE: RLP-1034 “Pioneers of Boogie Woogie, Volume 2”; produced by Bill Grauer 

RM-8806 “Honky Tonk Train” edited by Dr. Hans R. Rookmaaker.

MLP-2009 “Boogie Woogie Rarities 1927-1932”; produced by Orrin Keepnews

 

 RLP-1009       RLP-1034        RM-8806        MLP-2009 

 

HENRY BROWN

Henry Brown (p)  Ike Rodgers (tb)   comments by prob. Alice Moore (vcl)

Gennett Studios, Richmond, Indiana; August 16, 1929

15445 Twenty-First St. Stomp (2:42)                        Para 12825 RLP-1013 RLP12-150

15446  It Hurts So Good (3:16)                                    Para 12816 RLP-1013    -

15447  Black and Evil Blues (3:27)                        Para 12819    RLP12-153

15448  Prison Blues (Country Farm Blues) (3:20)       Para 12868           -            RLP12-150

15449-A My Man Blues (3:25)                                             -                    -                   -

15450  Henry Brown Blues (2:55)                               Para 12825    RLP-1009 RM-8806 (A-4)

15451  Screenin’ the Blues (3:09)                    Para 12816  RLP-1013 RLP12-134

15452 Broadway Street Woman Blues          Para 12819

 

NOTE: RLP-1009 titled as “Pioneers of Boogie Woogie, vol. 1”; produced by Bill Grauer

RLP-1013 titled as “The Fabulous Trombone of Ike Rodgers”; produced by Bill Grauer

RLP12-134 titled as “Early and Rare: Classic Jazz ‘Collectors Items’”; produced by Orrin Keepnews; 

re-mastered by Jack Matthews, 1960

RLP12-150 titled as “Roy Palmer and Ike Rodgers: Gut-Bucket Trombone”; produced by Bill Grauer & Chris Albertson; 

re-mastered by Jack Matthews, 1961

RLP12-153 titled as “Piano, Brass and Blues: Classic Blues accompaniments”; produced by Orrin Keepnews & Bill Grauer; re-mastered by Plaza Sound Studios, 1961

RM-8806 “Honky Tonk Train” edited by Dr. Hans r. Rookmaaker. 

 

  RLP-1009       RLP-1013       RLP12-134     RLP12-150     RLP12-153      RM-8806 

 

BLIND LEROY GARNETT

Blind Leroy Garnett (p)

Richmond, Indiana; October 12, 1929

15764-A My Lovin’ Blues (1) (2:42)      Para 12878 RLP-1052

15765-A Weary Heart Blues (1) (2:41)                          -              -      RLP12-153

15766   Chain ‘Em Down (1) (2:55)                Para 12879 RLP-1009       RM-8806 (A-6)  MLP-2009

15767   Louisiana Glide (3:04)                              Para 12879            -                          -        (B-4)

 

NOTE: (1) James Wiggins (speech) added

Mtx 15765-A unknown (hca) added

RLP-1009 “Pioneers of Boogie Woogie, Vol. 1”; produced by Bill Grauer

RLP-1052 “Boogie Woogie Classic Blues Accompaniments”; produced by Bill Grauer

RLP12-153 “Piano, Brass and Blues: Classic Blues Accompaniments”; produced by Orrin Keepnews & Bill Grauer; 

re-mastered by Plaza Sound Studios, 1961 

RM-8806 “Honky Tonk Train” edited by Dr. Hans R. Rookmaaker. 

MLP-2009 “Boogie Woogie Rarities 1927-1932”; produced by Orrin Keepnews

 

  RLP-1009      RLP-1052       RLP12-153      RM-8806       MLP-2009 

 

CHARLES AVERY

Charles Avery (p) solo

Chicago; c. October 1929

21438-2 Dearborn St. Breakdown (3:15)        Para 12896, RLP-1034, RM-8806(A-5)