Record Changer 1948

THE RECORD CHANGER March 1948 (Vol. 7, No. 2) 

February 1948, Vol. 7, No. 2

Bill Grauer, Jr. (Editor), Orrin Keepnews (Managing Editor), Nesuhi Ertigun (West Coast Editor), Gene Deitch (Art Editor), 

Jane Grauer (Production) 

The Record Changer is published monthly by Changer Publication, Inc. 

125 La Salle St., New York City 27, N.Y. copyright 1948 by Changer Publications, Inc. 

 

Bessie Smith: Her only known film captivates audience at memorial concert by The Record Changer, photo by Jo Chasin. 

Let Me Take This Chorus by 

Ragtime Begins by S. Brunson Campbell; early days with Scott Joplin recalled.

The Evolution of Bop by Orrin Keepnews; Illiois Jacquet as a case in point. 

What is New Orleans Style? By Rudi Blesh 

Kaiser Marshall (in original Fletcher Henderson band ,with which he rose to fame. 

Records Noted by George Avakian (re-issues)

  Dixie Four (Century) 

    3023 Kentucky Stomp/ St. Louis Man 

    3024 Five O’Clock Stomp/ South Side Stomp 

  ess Stacy (Commodore) 

    01 Clarinet Blues/ I Can’t Believe That You’re in Love with Me 

  Stan Kenton (Capitol) 

    15005 Theme to the West/ Curiosity 

    15010 Unison Riff/ I Told Ya I Love Ya 

  Eddie Condon Album (Commodore CR-12) 

    Mandy, Make Up Your Mind, Tell ‘Em About Me, Save Your Sorrow, You Can’t Cheat a Cheater, 

    Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out, Rose Room 

  George Brunis Album (Commodore CR-13) 

    I Used to Love You, Gonna Sit Right Down, D. D. T. Blues, Shade of the Old Apple Tree, 

    Sweet Lovin’ Man, Wang Wang Blues 

  Bunk Johnson Trio (American Music) 

    (519) Beautiful Doll/ Gotta See Mama Every Night 

    (520) I’ll Talk You Home, Kathleen/ In the Gloaming 

  Billie Holiday (Commodore 614) 

    I Love My Man/ Sunny Side of the Street

  Kay Starr (Capitol) 

    (40051) Lonesomest Gal in Town/ Share Croppin’ Blues 

    (40066) Was That the Human Thing to Do/ Then I’ll Be Tired of You 

The Concert Life by Edward Hill The Concert Companion by Robert Bagar and Louis Biancoli 

 

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Jazz Man Record Shop (6420 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood 38, California) Photographs 

Columbia Records: Hot Jazz Classics Re-Issues 

  C-28 Louis Armstrong: Eight of Louis’ Finest All-Around Favorites 

  C-29 Bix Beiderbecke 

  C-30 Fletcher Henderson 

  C-31 Bessie Smith, Vol. 1 

  C-38 Duke Ellington 

  C-40 Bud Freeman 

  C-41 Earl Hines 

  C-43 Frank Teschmacher 

  C-44 Boogie Woogie 

  C-46 Hot Trombones 

  C-51 Dorsey Brothers 

  C-57 Louis Armstrong Hot Five, Vol. 1 

  C-61 Teddy Wilson – Billie Holiday 

  C-66 Hot Trumpets

  C-73 Louis and Earl 

  C-126 Kid Ory 

  C-127 Ellington Special 

  C-130 Boogie Woogie, Vol. 2 

  C-135 Billie Holiday, Vol. I 

  C-139 Louis Armstrong Hot Five, Vol. 2 

  C-142 Bessie Smith, Vol. 2 

  C-144 Bix and Tram 

Gordon Gullickson (Fairfax, Virginia) Blackstone’s Index to Jazz, Volume 4

Blue Note (767 Lexington Ave. New York 21, NY) 

  BN 49 Sidney Becht’s Salty Dog (216-2)/ Weary Blues (217-1)  Blue Note Jazz Men: 

  BN 51 Original Art Hodes Trio: K. M. H. Drag (230)/ Funny Feathers (231-1) 

  BN-540 Tadd Dameron Sextet: Our Delight (BN-306-5)/ The Squirrel (305-1) 

Circle Sound, Inc. (13 East 3rd. New York 3)

  The Ragtime Band (Album 8) 

  Bill Davison Showcase (Album 9) 

The Record Changer (125 La Salle Street, New York City 27, NY) 

  The Little Discography by William H. Miller, Melbourne Australia 

Rampart Records (P. O. Box 276, Grand Central Station New York 17, NY 

  No. 1 Bob Wilber’s Wildcats: Snake Rag/ Salty Dog 

  No. 2 Bob Wilber’s Wildcats: New orleans Shuffle/ I Can’t Say 

 
THE RECORD CHANGER April 1948 (Vol. 7, No. 4) 

Bill Grauer, Jr. (Editor), Orrin Keepnews (Managing Editor), Nesuhi Ertigun (West Coast Editor), Gene Deitch (Art Editor), 

Jane Grauer (Production) 

The Record Changer is published monthly by Changer Publication, Inc. 

125 La Salle St., New York City 27, N.Y. copyright 1948 by Changer Publications, Inc. 

 

Thelonious by Orrin Keepnews; Monk’s Music may be first sign of be-bob’s legitimacy 

Clarence Williams by Charles Edward Smith: the trail of an unissued album led to the most fabulous jazzman of them all. 

The British Scena by Peter Tanner; ability: Low, enthusiasm: high.

Bertha’s Blues by Peter Drw; “want you boys to remember one gal ain’t got it all” 

Lu Watters’ Yerba Buena Jazz Band, photos by George Fletcher 

Records Noted 

  George Avakian 

  ot House/ Deep Woods Blues (Circle album S-4) 

  Bessie Smith (Circle album S-6): St. Louis Blues (part 1-4) 

  ollectors’ Items (Capitol album AD-62) 

  Jonah Jones (Commodore 602) Stompin’ at the Savoy/ Rose of the Rio Grande 

  Rex Stewart (HRS 1040) Blues Kicked the Bucket/ Madeleine; That’s Rhythm/ B.O. Blues (Mercury 8008) 

  Albert Ammons (Mercury 8022) I Don’t Want to See You/ Swanee River Boogie, (8040)

   Twelfth Street Boogie/ Kilroy Boogie, (8053) St. Louis Blues/ Shufflin’ the Boogie, (8063) S.P. Blues/ Hiroshima

  Julia Lee (Mercury 8013) Lotus Blossom/ Dream Lucky Blues, Capitol 40082) King Size Papa/ When Yo’re Smiling 

  Helen Humes (Mercury 8047) Jet Propelled Papa/ Blue and Sentimental, 

   (Mercury 8056) I Just Refuse to Sing the Blues/ They Raided the Joint 

  Dinah Washington (Mercury 8050) Fool That I Am/ Mean and Evil Blues, (8057) Since I Fell for You/ You Can Depend on Me 

   (8065) I Love You, Yes I Do/ Don’t Come Knockin’ 

  Eddie Vinson (Mercury 8039) Lazy Gal/ Bonus Pay, 8051) Luxury Tax Blues/ Gonna Send You Back, 

   (8060) Railroad Porter’s Blues/ King for a Day 

  Bucklin Moon

  Columbia Catch-All 

  Paul Bacon

  Tadd Dameron Sextet (Blue Note 540) The Squirrel/ Our Delight 

  Thelonious Monk (Blue Note 542) Thelonious/ Suburban Eyes 

  Red Norvo and His Selected Sextet (Comet) Congo Blues/ Get Happy 

  Dizzy Gillespie’s All Stars (Musicraft Album S-7) Groovin’ High/ Hand Fulla Gimme, Hot House/ Blue ‘n Boogie, 

  Dizzy Atmosphere/ All the Things You Are, Ray’s Idea/ He Beeped When He Should Bopped 

 

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Jazz Man Record Shop (6420 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood 38, California) “Is That All the Loui’s You Have?” …

  Columbia Records: Hot Jazz Classics Re-Issues 

  C-28 Louis Armstrong: Eight of Louis’ Finest All-Around Favorites 

  C-29 Bix Beiderbecke 

  C-30 Fletcher Henderson 

  C-31 Bessie Smith, Vol. 1 

  C-38 Duke Ellington 

  C-40 Bud Freeman 

  C-41 Earl Hines 

  C-43 Frank Teschmacher 

  C-44 Boogie Woogie 

  C-46 Hot Trombones 

  C-51 Dorsey Brothers 

  C-57 Louis Armstrong Hot Five, Vol. 1 

  C-61 Teddy Wilson – Billie Holiday 

  C-66 Hot Trumpets

  C-73 Louis and Earl 

  C-126 Kid Ory 

  C-127 Ellington Special 

  C-130 Boogie Woogie, Vol. 2 

  C-135 Billie Holiday, Vol. I 

  C-139 Louis Armstrong Hot Five, Vol. 2 

  C-142 Bessie Smith, Vol. 2 

  C-144 Bix and Tram 

H.R.S. Records (Division of Empire Record Corp. 2060 First Ave., NY29, NY) 

  (12”)

  Bechet – Spanier Big Four 

  HRS 2000 Sweet Lorraine/ Lazy River 

  HRS 2001 China Boy/ Four or Five Ties 

  Rex Stewart Big Seven 

  HRS 2004 Cherry/ Diga Diga Do 

  HRS 2005 Solid Rock/ Buggle Call Rag 

  Jk Teagarden 

  HRS 2006 St. James Infirmary/ Shine 

  HRS 2007 Big Eight Blues/ The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise 

  (10”) 

  Pee Wee Russell’s Rhythmakers 

  HRS 1000 Dinah/ Baby Won’t You Please Come Home 

  HRS 1001 There’ll Be Some Changes Made/Zutty’s Hootie Blues 

  Pee Wee Zutty and James P. 

  HRS 1002 I’ve Found A New Baby/ Everybody Loves My Baby 

  Brick Fleagle’s Orchestra

  HRS 1005 Same Old Sheaves/ A Slight Case of the Snakes 

  HRS 1006 Double Doghouse/ Pastiche 

  HRS 1050 Brick’s Boogie/ K. C. Caboose 

  Sandy Williams’ Big Eight 

  HRS 1007 Chili Con Carney/ Mountain Air 

  HRS 1008 After Hours on Dream Street/ Sumpin’ Jumpin’ Round Here 

  Earl Hines Piano Solos 

  HRS 1009 A Monday Date/ Off Time Blues 

  HRS 1010 Blues in Thirds/ Chimes in Blues 

  HRS 1011 Panther Rag/ Stowaway 

  HRS 1012 Just Too Soon/ Chicago High Life 

  J.C. Higginbotham’s Big Eight 

  HRS 1013 Dutch Treat/ A Penny for Your Blues 

  immy Jones’ Big Eight 

  HRS 1014 Muddy Miss/ Old Juice on the Loose 

  HRS 1015 Departure from Dixie/ A Woman’s Got A Right to Change Her Mind 

Blue Note (767 Lexington Ave. New York 21, NY) 

  BN-50 Sidney Bechet’s Blue Note Jazz Men: High Society (215-1)/ Jackass Blues (218-2) 

  BN-542 Thelonious Monk Sextet: Thelonious (311)/ Suburban Eyes (310-1) 

Gordon Gullickson (Fairfax, Virginia) Blackstone’s Index to Jazz, Volume 4

Rampart Records (P.O. Box 276, Grand Central Station New York 17, NY) 

  Bob Wilber’s Wild Cats 

  No. 1 Snake Rag/ Salty Dog

  No. 2 New Orleans Shuffle/ I Can’t Say 

 

 

 

THE RECORD CHANGER May 1948 (Vol. 7, No. 5) 

Bill Grauer, Jr. (Editor), Orrin Keepnews (Managing Editor), Nesuhi Ertigun (West Coast Editor), Gene Deitch (Art Editor), 

Jane Grauer (Production) 

The Record Changer is published monthly by Changer Publication, Inc. 

125 La Salle St., New York City 27, N.Y. copyright 1948 by Changer Publications, Inc. 

 

Benny Carter by Nesuhi Eartigun 

The Blue Blower by Eddie Condon

Wilber’s Wildcats by Orrin Keepnews 

The Devil and the Trombone by Marin Gardner 

Last of the Tubas by Bucklin Moon and Kenneth Lloyd Bright 

 

  Records Noted 

George Avakian 

  “This is Jazz” (Circle Album S-7) 

    Eccentric/ Tishomingo Blues/ Big Butter and Egg Man/ Sensation/ Hotter Than That/ Baby, 

    Won’t You Please Come Home 

  Frisco Jazz Band:(Pacific 639) 

    Mamie’s Blues/ Ain’t Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll 

  T-Bone Walker (Capitol 15033) 

    Mean Old World/ Got A Break Baby 

Bucklin Moon 

  Lovie Austin’s Serenaders (American Music 4) 

    In the Alley Blues/ Merry Makers Twine 

  Freddie Keppard (American Music 3) 

    Stock Yards Strut/ Salty Dog 

  The Bucktown Five (Tempo R1) 

    Buddy’s Habits/ Hot Mittens 

  Bob Wilber’s Wildcats (Rampart 1 & 2) 

    Salty Dog/ Snake Rag, I Can’t Say/ New Orleans Shuffle 

  Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra (Appolo 1092) 

    Jubilee Jump/ Deep Purple 

  Kay Starr with Dave Cavanaugh’s Music (Capitol 497) 

    Mercy, Mercy, Mercy/ You’ve Got to See Mama Ev7ry Night 

Paul Bacon 

  Stan Kenton (Capitol 15031) 

    Lover/ Soothe Me 

  Les Paul (Capitol 15037) 

    Lover/ Brazil

  Thelonious Monk & His Sextet (Blue Note 543) 

    Round About Midnight/ Well You Needn’t 

  Ike Quebec’s Quintet ((Blue Note 544) 

    Blue Harlem (part 1 & 2) 

  King Cole Trio : The Greek

    hat’s What/ I’ve Only Myself to Blame 

Jazz in Hollywood: photos by George Fletcher

Benny Goodman Discography by Carl Kendziora 

 

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Jazz Man Record Shop (6420 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood 38, California) “Is That All the Loui’s You Have?” …

Columbia Records: Hot Jazz Singles 

  38052 Louis Armstrong: I Can’t Give You Anything But Love/ Black and Blue 

  37808 Louis Armstrong: Star Dust/ Wrap Your Trouble in Dreams 

  37571 Chu Berry & His Stompy Stevedores: Chuberry Jam/ Maelstrom 

  37957 Duke Ellington: The Wildest Gal in Town/ Put Yourself in My Place, Baby 

  36276 Duke Ellington: The New East St. Louis Toodle-O/ Braggin’ in Brass 

  36120 Duke Ellington: Caravan/ Azule 

  36108 Duke Ellington: I Let a song Go Out o My Heart/ The Gal from Joe’s 

  35556 Duke Ellington: Stormy Weather/ Sophisticated Lady 

  35427 Duke Ellington: Solitude/ Mood Indigo 

  38062 Benny Goodman: Jersey Bounce/ A String of Pearls 

  37837 Johnny Hodges: Jeep’s Blues/ Rendezvous with Rhythm 

  38044 Billie Holiday: Gloomy Sunday/ Night and Day 

  37836 Billie Holiday: Body and Soul/ Them There Eyes 

  37586 Billie Holiday: Long Gone Blues/ Am I blue? 

  37687 Sonny Terry: Harmonica Stomp/ Harmonica and Washboard Blues 

  37686 Sonny Terry: Harmonica and Washboard Breakdown/ Sonny Terry & Oh Red Harmonica Blues 

  37680 Clarence Williams: Beer Garden Blues/ Breeze 

  36117 Teddy Wilson & Billie Holiday: More Than You Know/ Sugar 

  36113 Teddy Wilson & Billie Holiday: My Man/ Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man 

  35926 Teddy Wilson & Billie Holiday: Mean to Me/ I’ll Get By 

The Record Changer (125 La Salle Street, New York City 27, NY) 

  Back Issues for Sale 

Yerba Buena Music Shop (5721 Grove Street Oakland 9, California) 

  Frisco Jazz Band (Pacific 639): Ain’t Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll/ Mamie’s Blues 

  606 Red Wing/ At the Jazz Band Ball 

  611 Fidgety Feet/ You’ve Gotta See Mama Every Night 

  614 Pacific Blues/ When the Saints Go Marching In 

  615 Dippermouth/ Sensation 

  616 Jazz Me Blues/ Huggin’ and Chalkin’ 

  20 Copenhagen/ A good Man Is Hard to Find

  631 George Washington/ Getting’ My Boots 

  Circle Records Album 

  S-9 Bill Davison Showcase: 

   Why Was I Born/ Funny That Way/ Yesterdays/ Just A Gigolo/ Ghost of A Chance/ When Your Lover Has Gone 

  S-8 The Ragtime Band

  S-7 This Is Jazz, Vol. 1

Rampart Records (P.O. Box 276, Grand Central Station New York 17, NY) 

  Bob Wilber’s Wild Cats 

  No. 1 Snake Rag/ Salty Dog

  No. 2 New Orleans Shuffle/ I Can’t Say 

THE RECORD CHANGER June 1948 (Vol. 7, No. 6) 

Bill Grauer, Jr. (Editor), Orrin Keepnews (Managing Editor), Gene Deitch (Art Editor), Jane Grauer (Production) 

The Record Changer is published monthly by Changer Publication, Inc. 

125 La Salle St., New York City 27, N.Y. copyright 1948 by Changer Publications, Inc. 

 

Jazz Parade by The Record Changer 

Shake That Thing by Rudi Blesh 

Let’s Have Those Jelly Roll by John Lucas; Memo to RCA Victor 

  No. 1 Jelly Roll Morton: Boss of the Stomp

     Hyena Stomp/ Primrose Stomp/ Billy Goat Stomp/ Crazy Chords/ Tank Town Bump/ Harmony Blues/ 

Court House Bump/ Fickle Fay Creep 

  No. 2 Jelly Roll Morton: Ragtime Sketches 

Sweet Aneta Mine/ Mississippi Mildres/ Fussy Mabel/ Mint Julep/ Jersey Joe/ Oil Well/ Sweet Peter/ Gambling Jack 

  No. 3 Jelly Roll Morton: Jazz Sweet and Hot 

Someday, Sweetheart/ That’ll Never Do/ Mournful Serenade/ Easy Day/ Down My Way/ 

I’m Looking for a Little Bluebird/ Try Me Out/ If Someone Would Only Love Me 

  No. 4 Jelly Roll Morton: Trio and Red Hot Peppers 

      idewalk Blues/ Everybody Loves My Honey Now/ Honey Babe/ You Ought See My Girl/ That’s Like It Ought to Be/ 

  Load of Coal (part one)/ My Little Dixie Home/ Load of Coal (part two) 

Lady Day Returns: Story by Orrin Keepnews and Phots by Ronnie Rojas 

“Kid Punch” by Bill Grauer: his music, his travels, and a lost recording date 

Cultural Anthropology by Charles Edward Smith; and the reformed tramp 

 

Records Noted 

  George Avakian 

   (Jump 12) Pete Daily’s Chicagoans; Lively Stable blues/ Wolverine Blues 

   (Capitol) Nappy Lamare; South Rampart Street Parade/ Mama Inez 

   (Capitol 40097) Sonny Terry; Crow Jane Blues/ Beer Garden Blues 

   (Century 4005, 4006) Punch Miller: Shine/ There’s a Small Hotel, Some of These Days/ Exactly Like You 

  Paul Bacon

   (Victor 20-2603, 20-2480) Dizzy Gillespie; Stay on It/ Two Bass Hit, Oop op A Da/ Ow! 

   (Dial 1020) Sonny Berman Big Eight: Nocturne, Howard McGhee Quartet: Thermodynamic 

  George Avakian 

   (Capitol 15045) Benny Goodman: You Turned the Table on Me/ Give Me the Good Old Days, For Every Woman There’s A Man/ Beyond the Sea 

  Backlin Moon 

   (Columbia 37571) Chu Berry and His Stompy Stevedores: Maelstrom/ Chuberry Jam 

   (Columbia 37687) Sonny Terry: Harmonica and Washboard Breakdown/ Harmonica Blues 

   (Columbia 36680) Benny Goodman: Mission to Moscow/ It’s Always You 

   (Columbia 35556) Duke Ellington: Sophisticated Lady/ Stormy Weather 

   (Columbia 35427) Duke Ellington: Mood Indigo/ Solitude 

   (Columbia 36120/ 36108) Duke Ellington: Azure/ Caravan, The Gal from Joe’s/ I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart 

   (Columbia 36276) Duke Ellington: The New St. Louis Toodle-O/ Braggin’ in Brass 

   (Columbia 37837) Johnny Hodges and His Band: Jeep’s Blues/ Rendezvous with Rhythm 

   (Columbia 35926, 36113, 36117) Billie Holiday: I’ll Get By/ Mean to Me, Sugar/ More Than You Know, 

    My Man/ Can’t Help Lovin’ That Man 

Plum Pudding by Edward Hill 

Books Noted by Bucklin Moon: Index to Jazz (Orin Blackstone) 

Benny Goodman Discography by Carl Kendziora 

 

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Circle Sound, Inc. (38 East 4th Street New York 3, NY) 

   S-10 Kid Rena’s Delta Jazz Band 

   S-7 This Is Jazz, Vol. 1 

   S-8 The Ragtime Band 

   S-9 Bill Davison Showcase 

Century Record Company (737 Fox Street Bronx 55, NY) (reissue) 

   4005 Punch Miller & His Orchestra: Shine/ There’s A Small Hotel

   4006 Punch Miller & His Orchestra: Some of These Days/ Exactly Like You 

   4007 Mutt Carey & His New Yorkers: Joplin’s Sensation/ The Entertainer

   4008 Mutt Carey & His New Yorkers: Chrysanthemum/ Fidgety Feet 

Columbia Records: Hot Jazz Singles 

   38052 Louis Armstrong: I Can’t Give You Anything But Love/ Black and Blue 

   37808 Louis Armstrong: Star Dust/ Wrap Your Trouble in Dreams 

   37571 Chu Berry & His Stompy Stevedores: Chuberry Jam/ Maelstrom 

   37957 Duke Ellington: The Wildest Gal in Town/ Put Yourself in My Place, Baby 

   36276 Duke Ellington: The New East St. Louis Toodle-O/ Braggin’ in Brass 

   36120 Duke Ellington: Caravan/ Azule 

   36108 Duke Ellington: I Let a song Go Out o My Heart/ The Gal from Joe’s 

   35556 Duke Ellington: Stormy Weather/ Sophisticated Lady 

   35427 Duke Ellington: Solitude/ Mood Indigo 

   38062 Benny Goodman: Jersey Bounce/ A String of Pearls 

   7837 Johnny Hodges: Jeep’s Blues/ Rendezvous with Rhythm 

   38044 Billie Holiday: Gloomy Sunday/ Night and Day 

   37836 Billie Holiday: Body and Soul/ Them There Eyes 

   37586 Billie Holiday: Long Gone Blues/ Am I blue? 

   37687 Sonny Terry: Harmonica Stomp/ Harmonica and Washboard Blues 

   37686 Sonny Terry: Harmonica and Washboard Breakdown/ Sonny Terry & Oh Red Harmonica Blues 

   37680 Clarence Williams: Beer Garden Blues/ Breeze 

   36117 Teddy Wilson & Billie Holiday: More Than You Know/ Sugar 

   36113 Teddy Wilson & Billie Holiday: My Man/ Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man 

   35926 Teddy Wilson & Billie Holiday: Mean to Me/ I’ll Get By 

Yerba Buena Music Shop (5721 Grove Street Oakland 9, California) 

   Frisco Jazz Band (Pacific 639): Ain’t Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll/ Mamie’s Blues 

   606 Red Wing/ At the Jazz Band Ball 

   611 Fidgety Feet/ You’ve Gotta See Mama Every Night 

   614 Pacific Blues/ When the Saints Go Marching In 

   615 Dippermouth/ Sensation 

   6 Jazz Me Blues/ Huggin’ and Chalkin’ 

   620 Copenhagen/ A good Man Is Hard to Find

   31 George Washington/ Getting’ My Boots 

  Circle Records Album 

   S-9 Bill Davison Showcase: 

     Why Was I Born/ Funny That Way/ Yesterdays/ Just A Gigolo/ Ghost of A Chance/ When Your Lover Has Gone 

   S-8 The Ragtime Band

   S-7 This Is Jazz, Vol. 1

   S-6 Bessie Smith St. Louis Blues 

   S-5 Bertha “Chippie” Hill 

   S-4 Deep Woods Blues 

   S-3 South Side Shake 

   S-2 Montana Taylor 

   S-1 Marching Band 

   J-1001 Baby Dodds: Drum Improvisation/ Wolverine Blues 

   J-1002 Baby Dodds Trio: Albert’s Blues/ Don Ewell: Manhattan Stomp 

   J-1003 “Chippie” Hill: How Long Blues/ Trouble in Mind 

   J-1004 “Chippie” Hill: Careless Love/ Charleston Blues 

   J-1011 Freddy Shayne: Mr. Freddy’s Rag/ Charleston Street Rag 

   J-1012 The Eclipse Five: Girls All Love the Way I Drive/ Bucket Got A Hole in It 

 

Exner Records 

   No. 1 Johnny Wettwer Trio: Wolverine Blues/ Joe’s Blues 

   No. 2 Johnny Wettwer Trio: Tiger Rag/ Come Back Sweet Papa 

   No. 3 Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: Dippermouth Blues/ Savoy Blues 

   No. 4 Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: High Society/ Ballin’ the Jack 

   Pacific Records: Frisco Jazz Band

   606 Red Wing/ At the Jazz Band Ball 

   611 Fidgety Feet/ Gotta See Mamma Every Night 

   614 When the Saints Go Marching In/ Pacific Blues 

   615 Dippermouth/ Sensation 

   616 Jazz Me Blues/ Huggin’ and Chalkin’ 

   620 Copenhagen/ Good Man Is Hard to Find 

   631 Geo. Washington/ Getting’ My Boots 

   639 Mamie’s Blues/ Ain’t Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll

The Record Changer (125 La Salle Street, New York City 27, NY) 

   Back Issues for Sale 

Rampart Records (P.O. Box 276, Grand Central Station New York 17, NY) 

   Bob Wilber’s Wild Cats 

   No. 1 Snake Rag/ Salty Dog

   No. 2 New Orleans Shuffle/ I Can’t Say 

THE RECORD CHANGER July 1948 (Vol. 7, No. 7) 

Bill Grauer, Jr. (Editor), Orrin Keepnews (Managing Editor), Gene Deitch (Art Editor), Jane Grauer (Production) 

The Record Changer is published monthly by Changer Publication, Inc. 

125 La Salle St., New York City 27, N.Y. copyright 1948 by Changer Publications, Inc. 

 

LemMe Take This Chorus: Ory on Tour (New York Concert  Features Debut West Coast Band) 

Jazz Parade (Late News) New York/ Abroad/ Chicago 

Graeme Bell (the Australian Jazz Band) by Derrick Stewart-Baxter 

I Married a Collector by Cecil Madison 

Bop Rhythm by Ross Russell (An Analysis of the Beat in Modern Music) 

Sonny Greer, Drums by Orrin Keepnews ]

Milling Around with the Mills by Robert Peck, Jr. (Part one of a Three Part Survey) 

Records Noted by …

   Bucklin Moon 

   (Rampart 3) Bob Wilber’s Wildcats: Chimes Blues/ Old Fashioned Love 

   George Avakian 

   (Trilon 220) Bob Scobey: I’m Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover/ Wild Man Blues 

   (Capitol 1506) Pete Daily’s Rhythm Kings: Jazz Man Strut/ Sobbin’ Blues/ Yelping Hound Blues/ Clarinet Marmalade 

   (Capitol 15069) Benny goodman Sextet: Shirley Steps Out/ The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise 

   (Jazz Man 29) ODJB: Yelping Hound Blues/ Sobbin’ Blues 

   (Jazz Man 30) Livery Stable blues/ Clarinet Marmalade 

   (Capitol 15076) Julia Lee: That’s What I Like/ Crazy World 

   (Capitol CC-75) Jo Stafford: American Folk Song Album 

   Paul Bacon 

   (Dial Bebop Albums, 1947 & 1948) 

   (Blue Note 545) Art Blakey and his Messengers: Musa’s Vision/ The thin Man 

Road Maps by Edward Hill 

Benny Goodman Discography by Carl Kendziora 

 

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The Record (125 La Salle Street, New York City 27, N.Y.) 

   The Little Discography by William H. Miller, Melbourne, Australia 

Columbia Records 

   Columbia Set (C-127) The Duke Ellington Special 

   Columbia Set (C-139) Louis Armstrong’s Hot Five, volume II 

   Columbia Set (C-135) Billie Holiday, volume I 

   Columbia Set (C-142) Bessie Smith, Volume II 

Yerba Buena Music Shop (5721 Grove Street Oakland 9, California) 

  Circle Records Album 

   S-9 Bill Davison Showcase: 

     Why Was I Born/ Funny That Way/ Yesterdays/ Just A Gigolo/ Ghost of A Chance/ When Your Lover Has Gone 

   S-8 The Ragtime Band

   S-7 This Is Jazz, Vol. 1

   S-6 Bessie Smith St. Louis Blues 

   S-5 Bertha “Chippie” Hill 

   S-4 Deep Woods Blues 

   S-3 South Side Shake 

   S-2 Montana Taylor 

   S-1 Marching Band 

   J-1001 Baby Dodds: Drum Improvisation/ Wolverine Blues 

   J-1002 Baby Dodds Trio: Albert’s Blues/ Don Ewell: Manhattan Stomp 

   J-1003 “Chippie” Hill: How Long Blues/ Trouble in Mind 

   J-1004 “Chippie” Hill: Careless Love/ Charleston Blues 

   J-1011 Freddy Shayne: Mr. Freddy’s Rag/ Charleston Street Rag 

   J-1012 The Eclipse Five: Girls All Love the Way I Drive/ Bucket Got A Hole in It 

  Exner Records 

   No. 1 Johnny Wettwer Trio: Wolverine Blues/ Joe’s Blues 

   No. 2 Johnny Wettwer Trio: Tiger Rag/ Come Back Sweet Papa 

   No. 3 Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: Dippermouth Blues/ Savoy Blues 

   No. 4 Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: High Society/ Ballin’ the Jack 

   Pacific Records: Frisco Jazz Band

   606 Red Wing/ At the Jazz Band Ball 

   611 Fidgety Feet/ Gotta See Mamma Every Night 

   614 When the Saints Go Marching In/ Pacific Blues 

   615 Dippermouth/ Sensation 

   616 Jazz Me Blues/ Huggin’ and Chalkin’ 

   620 Copenhagen/ Good Man Is Hard to Find 

   631 Geo. Washington/ Getting’ My Boots 

   639 Mamie’s Blues/ Ain’t Gonna Give N

Circle Sound, Inc. (13 East 3rd St., New York 3) 

   (album S-11) Kid Ory and His Creole Jazz Band, This Is Jazz, Vol. 2 

Rampart Records (P.O. Box 276, Grand Central Station New York 17, NY) 

   Bob Wilber’s Wild Cats 

   No. 1 Snake Rag/ Salty Dog

   No. 2 New Orleans Shuffle/ I Can’t Say 

THE RECORD CHANGER August 1948 (Vol. 7, No. 8) 

Bill Grauer, Jr. (Editor), Orrin Keepnews (Managing Editor), Gene Deitch (Art Editor), Jane Grauer (Production) 

West Coast: Representatives; Alberto Otto & Jack Lewerke (11800 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles 25. Calif.) 

The Record Changer is published monthly by Changer Publication, Inc. 

125 La Salle St., New York City 27, N.Y. copyright 1948 by Changer Publications, Inc. 

 

LemMe take this chorus 

Jazz Parade (Late news from coast to coast) New York/ Chicago (George Biderman)/ West Coast (Albert Otto) 

Jazz in Boston: photos and news of jazz in Boston by Robert Parent 

A Three Part Survey by Robert Peck Jr. 

How to play “jazz” by Jim Moynahan 

Dixieland Clarinet by Bill Grauer 

Records Noted 

   George Avakian 

   (Century 4007, 4008) Mutt Carey: Joplin’s Sensation/ The Entertainer, Fidgety Feet/ Chrysanthemum 

   Circle S-10) Kid Rena Album: Low Down Blues/ High Society 

   Bucklin Moon 

   (Circle S-11) This Is Jazz, Vol. II: Kid Ory’s Creole Band: Down Among the Sheltering Palms/ Weary Blues, Snag It

/ Savoy Blues 

   (Vinylite No. 19) The New Orleans Stompers: Georgia Bo Bo/ Alabama Shuffle 

   Paul Bacon 

   (Victor 20-2878) Dizzy Gillespie: Ool-Ya-Koo/ Good Bait 

   (Blue Note 547) Thelonious Monk: Evonce/ Off Minor 

Grab Bag by Edward Hill 

Benny Goodman Discography (part five) by Carl Kendziora 

 

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Commodore Music Shop (136 East 42nd Street, New York City) 

   Charles Delaunay’s New Hot Discography by Walter E. Schaap and George Avakian 

Columbia Records 

   Columbia Set (C-127) The Duke Ellington Special 

   Columbia Set (C-139) Louis Armstrong’s Hot Five, volume II 

   Columbia Set (C-135) Billie Holiday, volume I 

   Columbia Set (C-142) Bessie Smith, Volume II 

Yerba Buena Music Shop (5721 Grove Street Oakland 9, California) 

  Circle Records Album 

   S-9 Bill Davison Showcase: 

     Why Was I Born/ Funny That Way/ Yesterdays/ Just A Gigolo/ Ghost of A Chance/ When Your Lover Has Gone 

   S-8 The Ragtime Band

   S-7 This Is Jazz, Vol. 1

   S-6 Bessie Smith St. Louis Blues 

   S-5 Bertha “Chippie” Hill 

   S-4 Deep Woods Blues 

   S-3 South Side Shake 

   S-2 Montana Taylor 

   S-1 Marching Band 

   J-1001 Baby Dodds: Drum Improvisation/ Wolverine Blues 

   J-1002 Baby Dodds Trio: Albert’s Blues/ Don Ewell: Manhattan Stomp 

   J-1003 “Chippie” Hill: How Long Blues/ Trouble in Mind 

   J-1004 “Chippie” Hill: Careless Love/ Charleston Blues 

   J-1011 Freddy Shayne: Mr. Freddy’s Rag/ Charleston Street Rag 

   J-1012 The Eclipse Five: Girls All Love the Way I Drive/ Bucket Got A Hole in It 

  Exner Records 

   No. 1 Johnny Wettwer Trio: Wolverine Blues/ Joe’s Blues 

   No. 2 Johnny Wettwer Trio: Tiger Rag/ Come Back Sweet Papa 

   No. 3 Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: Dippermouth Blues/ Savoy Blues 

   No. 4 Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: High Society/ Ballin’ the Jack 

   Pacific Records: Frisco Jazz Band

   606 Red Wing/ At the Jazz Band Ball 

   611 Fidgety Feet/ Gotta See Mamma Every Night 

   614 When the Saints Go Marching In/ Pacific Blues 

   615 Dippermouth/ Sensation 

   616 Jazz Me Blues/ Huggin’ and Chalkin’ 

   620 Copenhagen/ Good Man Is Hard to Find 

   631 Geo. Washington/ Getting’ My Boots 

   639 Mamie’s Blues/ Ain’t Gonna Give N

Circle Sound, Inc. (13 East 3rd St., New York 3) 

   (Circle album S-8) Tony Parenti’s Ragtimers 

The Record Changer (125 La Salle Street, New York City 27, N.Y.) 

   The Little Discography by William H. Miller, Melbourne, Australia 

The Record Shack (11800 Wilshaire Blvd. Los Angeles 25, California ) 

   Lu Watters 

   (W.C. 101) Canal Street Blues/ Antigua Blues 

   (W.C. 102) Chattanooga Stomp/ Creole Belles 

   (W.C. 103) Trombone Rag/ Sunburst Rag 

   (W.C. 104) Working Mna blues/ Big Bear Stomp 

   (W.C. 105) Down Home Rag/ Annie Street Rock 

   (W.C. 106) South/ Richard M. Jones blues 

   (W.C. 107) Harlem Rag/ Emperor Norton’s Hunch 

   (W.C. 108) That’s A Plenty/ Bieville blues 

   (W.C. 109) Friendless Blues/ I’m Goin’ Huntin’ 

   (W.C. 110) Pineapple Rag/ Minstrels of Annie Street 

   (W.C. 111) 1919 Rag/ Ostrich Walk 

The Jazz Record Corner (107 West 47th St. (off 6th Ave.) NYC 

   The Opening Announce 

Rampart Records (P.O. Box 276, Grand Central Station New York 17, NY) 

   Bob Wilber’s Wild Cats 

   No. 1 Snake Rag/ Salty Dog

   No. 2 New Orleans Shuffle/ I Can’t Say 

   No. 3 Old Fashioned Love/ Chimes Blues 

THE RECORD CHANGER September 1948 (Vol. 7, No. 9) 

Bill Grauer, Jr. (Editor), Orrin Keepnews (Managing Editor), Jane Grauer (Production) Gene Deitch (Cover & Cat), 

Sima Ruvidich (Design & Typograph) 

West Coast: Representatives; Alberto Otto & Jack Lewerke (11800 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles 25. Calif.) 

The Record Changer is published monthly by Changer Publication, Inc. 

125 La Salle St., New York City 27, N.Y. copyright 1948 by Changer Publications, Inc.