Record Changer 1946

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

THE RECORD CHANGER January 1946 Vol. 4, No. 11 

Gordon Gullickson (Editor, Publisher), Ernest Borneman (Contributing Editor), George Greenfield (Circulation Manager), 

William Grauer, Jr., (Commercial Advertising Manager); Don Anderson and Gene Deitch (Art Department), 

Herman Rosenberg (New York Correspondent.) Published every month at Fairfax, Virginia; Copyright, 1946.

 

King Jazz by Ernest Borneman (King Records) 

London Newsletter by Albert J. McCarthy 

Some Notes about Definitions by Rudi Blesh 

On the Labels by Roger Pryor Dodge 

   Tesch – Chicago Style Clarinetist (Brunswick B-1017)

    Chicago Rhythm Kings: I’ve Found New Baby/ There’ll Be Some Change Made (80063) 

   “Wingy” Manone and His Club Royal Orch.: Baby, Won’t You Please Come Home/

    Trying to Stop My Crying (80064) 

   Elmer Schoebel and His Friar’s Society Orch.: Copenhagen/ Prince of Wales (80065) 

   The Cellar Boys: Wailin’ Blues/ Barrell House Stomp (2nd master) (80066) 

   Will Ezell: Barre House Woman/ Heifer Up Rag (Signature 910), Mixed Up Rag/ Old Mill Blues (911) 

   Jelly Roll Morton (Brunswick B-1018)

   King Porter Stomp/ The Pearls (80067), Sweetheart o’ Mine/ Fat Meats and Greens (80068) 

The Case of the Splintered Needle or How to be a Jazz Critic by Charles Edward Smith 

 

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Crescent Records released by Jazz Man Record Shop (6420 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood 38, California) 

   (CRS-3) Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: Maryland/ Oh, Didn’t He Ramble 

   (CRS-4) Down Home Rag/ 1919 

Commodore Music Shop (136 East 42bd Street, NYC) 

   Big Sid Catlett Quartet: Sleep/ Linger Awhile (564) 

   Joe Bushkin Sextet: Pickin’ at the Pic/ Georgia (on My Mind) (565), 

   George Zack: Snowball/ Lazy river (566) 

   De Paris Brothers Orch.: Change O’ Key Boogie/ The Sheik of Araby (567), 

   Eddie Condon and His Band: Singin’ the Blues/ Pray for the Lights to Go Out (568) 

National Records (215 South Peoria St. Chicago 7, Ill) 

   (9010) Joe Turner with Pete Johnson’s All Stars: S.K. Blues (part I&II) 

   (9011) Watch That Jive/ Johnson & Turner Blues 

   Billy Eckstine 

   (9014) A cottage for Sale/ I Love the Rhythm in a Riff  

   (9015) Lonesome Lover Blues/ Last Night 

   Dick Thomas 

   (5007) Sioux City Sue/ Tumlin’ Tumbleweeds 

   (5008) Half Way, to Montana/ Honestly 

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

   “Pigmeat” Alamo Markham: See See Rider/ You’ve Seen a Good Old Wagon (No. 509), How Long – How Long Blues (No. 48), Original

     Art Hodes Trio with Fred Moore (vcl): Blues ‘N’ Booze/ Eccentric (No. 512), 

   Art Hodes’ Blue: Shake That Thing/ Apex Blues (No. 45), 

   Edmond Hall’s Swingtet: It’s Been So Long/ I can’t Believe That You’re in Love with Me (N0. 511) 

The Record Changer (Fairfax, Virginia): The Index to Jazz, Vol.2 by Orin Blackstone 

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THE RECORD CHANGER March 1946 

Gordon Gullickson (Editor, Publisher), Ernest Borneman (Contributing Editor), George Greenfield (Circulation Manager), 

William Grauer, Jr., (Commercial Advertising Manager); Don Anderson and Gene Deitch (Art Department), 

Herman Rosenberg (New York Correspondent.) Published every month at Fairfax, Virginia; Copyright, 1946.

 

Beware of the Experts! by Carlton Brown 

Awful Sad by Robert G. Peck 

On the Labels by Roger Pryor Dodge 

   Cripple Clarence Lofton: I Don’t/ Streamlined Train (Session 12-005), In De Mornin’/

    Early Blues (Session 10-006) 

   Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: Maryland/ Oh, Didn’t He Ramble (Crescent 3), Down Home Rag/ 1919 (Crescent 4) 

   Bunk Johnson’s Band: New Iberia Blues/ Sister Kate (American Music V-257) 

 

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AM Records (American Music) (647 Means Ave. Pittsburgh 2, Pa.) 

   Bunk Johnson’s Band (No. 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258) 

Commodore Music Shop (136 East 42bd Street, NYC) 

   Jonah Jones and His Orch.: Hubba Hubba Hub, You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me (1520), 

   “Wild Bill” Davison and His Commodores: Confessin’/ Big Butter and Egg Man (563), 

   Big Sid Catlett Quartet: Sleep/ Linger While (564), 

   Joe Bushkin Sextet: Pickin’ at the Pic/ Georgia (on My Mind) (565), 

   George Zack: Snowball/ Lazy river (566) 

   De Paris Brothers Orch.: Change O’ Key Boogie/ The Sheik of Araby (567), 

   Eddie Condon and His Band: Singin’ the Blues/ Pray for the Lights to Go Out (568)

Crescent Records released by Jazz Man Record Shop (6420 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood 38, California) 

   Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: Maryland/ Oh, Didn’t He Ramble (CRS 3), 

   Down Home Rag/ 1919 (CRS 4) 

King Jazz (140 West 42nd St. New York 18, NY) (12”) 

   Sidney Bechet: Gone Away Blues/ De Luxe Stomp (King Jazz 140), 

   Bowin’ the Blues/ Old School (141), 

   Out of Gallion/ Ole Miss (142), 

   +Blood on the Moon/ House Party (143), 

   Leave Blues/ Saw Mill Man Blues (144), 

   Boogin’ with Mezz/ I Finally Gotcha (145)  (154) piano solo by Jimmy Blythe, Jr. 

Blue Note (767 Lexington Ave. New York 21, NY) (12”) 

   George Lewis and His New Orleans Stompers: Climax Rag/ Deep Bayou Blues (No. 101), 

   Milenberg Joys/ Two Jim blues (102), 

   Just a Closer Walk with Thee/ Just a Little While to Stay Here (103), 

   Fidgery Feet/ Dauphine St. blues (104), 

   Don’t Go ‘Way Nobody/ Careless Love (105) 

Clef (A New Music Monthly Magazine) (719 Broadway Santa Monica, Calif.) 

Rabsons (Dept.M, 111 West 52nd St., New York 19) 

   (Album CR-2) Mildred Bailey: Man I Love, Gypsy in My soul, Never too Late to Pray, I’m Glad There Is You,  

   Can’t Help Lovin’ That Man,World on A String, Summertime, These Foolish Things 

Disc Company of America (117 West 46th Street, New York 19, NY: Ash Recording Studios 

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RECORD CHANGER (THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE OF JAZZ) May 1946  

Gordon Gullickson (Editor, Publisher), Ernest Borneman (Contributing Editor), George Greenfield (Circulation Manager), 

William Grauer, Jr., (Commercial Advertising Manager); Don Anderson and Gene Deitch (Art Department), Herman Rosenberg, 

New York Correspondent. Published every month at 1425 Hopkins St., NW, Washington 6, D.C. Copyright, 1946.

 

Bill Gottlieb Visits the Street (52nd Street) 

Hey! BA-BA-Revolt by Carlton Brown 

The Lu Watters Band by Nesuhi Ertegun 

Japanese Jazz by Bill Young 

On the Labels by Roger Pryor Dodge 

   Johnny Dodds, Volume 1, Brunswick album (No. B-1020) 

   Weary Blues/ New Orleans Stomp (80073), 

   Come on and Stomp, Stomp, Stomp/ After You’ve Gone (80074), 

   Joe Turner Blues/ When Erastus Plays His Old Kazoo (80075), 

   Forty and Tight/Piggy Wiggly (80076) 

   Sidney Bechet’s Blue Note Jazz Men: St. Louis Blues/ Jazz Me Blues (Blue Note 44), 

   Benny Morton’s All Stars: The Sheik of Araby/ Conversing in Blue (No. 46) 

Self Defense by Hugues Panassie 

London Newsletter by Albert McCarthy 

How Rare are the Olivers? by Walter C. Allen 

Jazz Digest by DOWN BEAT magazine etc. 

 

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Jazz Man (6420 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood 38, California): 

   Lu Watters; Daddy Do/ Milenberg Joys (13), 

   Sunset Café/ London Blues (14), 

   High Society/ Terrible Blues (15) 

Commodore Music Shop (136 East 42bd Street, NYC) 

   Jonah Jones and His Orch.: Hubba Hubba Hub, You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me (1520), 

   “Wild Bill” Davison and His Commodores: Confessin’/ Big Butter and Egg Man (563), 

   Big Sid Catlett Quartet: Sleep/ Linger While (564), 

   Joe Bushkin Sextet: Pickin’ at the Pic/ Georgia (on My Mind) (565), 

   George Zack: Snowball/ Lazy river (566) 

   De Paris Brothers Orch.: Change O’ Key Boogie/ The Sheik of Araby (567), 

   Eddie Condon and His Band: Singin’ the Blues/ Pray for the Lights to Go Out (568)

Circle ( Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood 38, California): 

   Chippie Hill: Trouble in Mind/ How Long Blues (J-1003), 

   Careless Love/ Charleston Blues (J-1004) 

King Jazz (140 West 42nd St. New York 18, NY) (12”) 

   Sidney Bechet: Gone Away Blues/ De Luxe Stomp (King Jazz 140), 

   Bowin’ the Blues/ Old School (141), 

   Out of Gallion/ Ole Miss (142), 

   +Blood on the Moon/ House Party (143), 

   Leave Blues/ Saw Mill Man Blues (144), 

   Boogin’ with Mezz/ I Finally Gotcha (145)  (154) piano solo by Jimmy Blythe, Jr. 

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

   Sidney Bechet’s Blue Note Jazz Men: Blue Horizon/ Muskrat Ramble (No. 43), 

   St. Lois Blues/ Jazz me Blues (No. 44) 

Jubilee Records (Quality Records, Inc. 1832 Seventh St. N.W. Washington, DC) 

   Sister Ernestine Washington: Does Jesu Care?/ The Lord Will Make A Way Somehow (2501), 

   Where Could I Go?/ God’s Amazing Grace (2502), 

   You’ve Got to Go/ This World Is Not My Home (2503), 

   We’re Gonna Have A Good Time/ I Want My Crown (2504) 

Paramount (Paramount Recording Corporation 505 Fifth Ave. New York 17, NY) 

   Ma Rainey: Blues the World Forgot- part I/ Blues the World Forgot- part II (Paramount No. 1), 

   New Bo – Weavil Blues/ Moonshine Blues (Paramount No. 2) 

Rabsons (111 West 52nd St. Dept. F, New York 19, NY) 

   Mildred Bailey with Red Norvo (CR-2), 

   The New John Kirby with Sarah Vaughan (CR-3) 

Disc Company of America (117 West 46th Street, New York 19, NY: Ash Recording Studios) 

   Blues with Stella Brooks (No. 620, 3-10”),

   Omer Simeon Trio (708, 2-10”), 

   Jazz at the Philharmonic Vol. II (501,2-12”), 

   Mary Williams Piano solos (612,3-10”), 

   Midnight Piano (706, 3-10”), 

   Boogie at the Philharmonic (502, 2-12”), 

   Women Blues by Josh White ((661, 2-12”), 

   Calypso (614, 2-12”), 

   Negro Folk Songs as Sung by Lead Belly (660, 3-12”), 

   Spirituals (658, 3-10”) 

AM Records (American Music) (647 Means Ave. Pittsburgh 2, Penna.) 

   Dink’s Good Tie Music: Stomp de Lowdown/ Grace & Beauty (No. 515), 

   So Different Blues/ Take Your Time (No. 516), 

   Original Creole Stompers: Eh, La-Bas!/ Up Jumped the Devil (No. 513), 

   unk Johnson’s Orchestra: Margie/ Do Right Baby (No. 511) 

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RECORD CHANGER (THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE OF JAZZ) June 1946 

Gordon Gullickson (Editor, Publisher), Ernest Borneman (Contributing Editor), George Greenfield (Circulation Manager), 

William Grauer, Jr., (Commercial Advertising Manager); Don Anderson and Gene Deitch (Art Department), Herman Rosenberg, 

New York Correspondent. Published every month at 1425 Hopkins St., NW, Washington 6, D.C. Copyright, 1946.

 

Contributors: Bill Gottlieb and Frederic Ramsey, Jr.

Bill Gottlieb Visits The Village Discollecting Expedition by Frederic Ramsey, Jr. 

Bunk Back at Casino by Ahmet Ertegun Questions and Answers by Ernest Borneman 

Collectors’ Notes by Albert J. McCarthy 

Report of Record Collectors Board by Merrill M. Hammond, Jr. 

Jazz Digest 

 

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Jubilee Records (Quality Records, Inc. 1832 Seventh St. N.W. Washington, DC) 

   Sister Ernestine Washington: Does Jesu Care?/ The Lord Will Make A Way Somehow (2501), 

   Where Could I Go?/ God’s Amazing Grace (2502), 

   You’ve Go to Go/ This World Is Not My Home (2503), 

   We’re Gonna Have A Good Time/ I Want My Crown (2504) 

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

   George Brunis; Ugly Chile/ That Da Da Strain (C546), 

   Tin Roof blues/ Royal Garden Blues (C556), 

   Jada/Love Is Just Around the Corner (C500), 

   Beat to the Socks (C502), 

   You’re Some Pretty Doll/ Oh, Sister Ain’t That Hot (C535), 

   Georgia Grind/ Ddancing Fool (C502), 

   Clarinet Marmalade/ Original Dixieland One Step (C559), 

   Carnegie Drag/ Carnegie Jump (C1500), 

   That’s A Plenty/ Panama (C1511) 

Swan Recoding Co., Inc. (1600 Broadway New York 19, NY) 

   Don Redman & his Orchestra; Midnight Moods/ Mickey Finn (7501), 

   Carrie Mae Blues/ Dark Glasses (7502), 

   Rhythmaries; On the Level/ Russian Lullaby (7503), 

   Say Old Man, Whatcha Doin’/ I’ve Got Rhythm (7504), 

   Sweet Lorraine/ Just Jammin’ (7505), 

   Emperors of Jazz; Royal Garden Blues/ Nobody’s Sweetheart (7506), 

   Muskrat Tamble/ Clarinet Marmalade (7507), 

   At the Jazz Band Ball/ Fidgety Feet (7508), 

   Tiger Rag/ Little Emperre Blues (7509), 

   Frank Humphries and his Orchestra; After You’ve gone/ Lonesome Mood (1001) 

King Jazz Inc.,(140 West 42nd St. New York 18, NY) (12”) 

   Sidney Bechet: Gone Away Blues/ De Luxe Stomp (King Jazz 140), 

   Bowin’ the Blues/ Old School (141), 

   Out of Gallion/ Ole Miss (142), 

   +Blood on the Moon/ House Party (143), 

   Leave Blues/ Saw Mill Man Blues (144), 

   Boogin’ with Mezz/ I Finally Gotcha (145)  (154) piano solo by Jimmy Blythe, Jr. 

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

   Sidney De Paris’ Blue Note Jazz Men; Everybody Loves My Baby/ The Call of the Blues (No. 40), 

   Who’s Sorry Now/ Ballin’ the Jack (No. 41), 

   Sidney Bechet’s Blue Note Jazz Men; Blue Horizon/ Muskrat Ramble (No. 43), 

   St. Louis Blues/ Jazz Me Blues (No. 44), 

   Art  Hodes’ Blue Five; Shake That Thing/ Apex Blues (No. 45),

   Original Art Hodes Trio; Blues ‘N’ Booze/ Eccentric (No. 512) 

Bill Gottlieb (67 Myrtle Ave. Long Branch, NJ) Dramatic Photos of Hot Musicians 

Paramount (Paramount Recording Corporation 505 Fifth Ave. New York 17, NY) 

   Ma Rainey Vol. 1(Paramount Album No. 1 – 4 10” records set): 

   Blues the World Forgot- part I/ Blues the World Forgot- part II (Paramount No. 1), 

   New Bo – Weavil Blues/Moonshine Blues (Paramount No. 2), 

   Slow Driving Moan/ Gone Daddy Blues (No. 3), 

   Blues Oh, Blues/ Oh, Papa Blues (No. 4) 

HRS Records Inc., (303 Fifth Ave. New York 16, NY) 

   Pee Wee, Zutty and James P. , Jimmy Jones’ Big 8, J.C. Higginbotham’s Big 8, Babe Mathews, Joe Thomas’ Big 8, 

   Sandy Williams’ Big 8, Rex Stewart 7, Earl Hines piano solos, Bechet-Spanier Big 4, Jack Teagarde’s Big 8, 

   Harry Carney’s Big 4, Dickie Well’s Big 7, Rex Stewart’s Big 4, Sarah Vaughn, Brick Fleagle’s Orch., 

   Pee Wee Russell’s Rhythmakers 

   Jazzways (22 East 12th Street Cincinnati 10, Ohio) Jazzways;m120 pages informative jazz history 

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RECORD CHANGER (THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE OF JAZZ) July 1946  

Gordon Gullickson (Editor, Publisher), Ernest Borneman (Contributing Editor), George Greenfield (Circulation Manager), 

William Grauer, Jr., (Commercial Advertising Manager); Don Anderson and Gene Deitch (Art Department), Herman Rosenberg, 

New York Correspondent. Published every month at 1425 Hopkins St., NW, Washington 6, D.C. Copyright, 1946.

 

Bill Gottlieb Visits Big Names at Big Restaurants 

The Story of Tommy Ladnier by Albert J. McCarthy 

Questions and Answers by Ernest Borneman 

Jazz Digest 

 

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King Jazz Inc.,(140 West 42nd St. New York 18, NY) (12”) 

   Sidney Bechet: Gone Away Blues/ De Luxe Stomp (King Jazz 140), 

   Bowin’ the Blues/ Old School (141), 

   Out of Gallion/ Ole Miss (142), 

   +Blood on the Moon/ House Party (143), 

   Leave Blues/ Saw Mill Man Blues (144), 

   Boogin’ with Mezz/ I Finally Gotcha (145)  (154) piano solo by Jimmy Blythe, Jr. 

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

   Billie Holiday; She’s funny That Way/ How Am I to Know (569), 

   Eddie Heywood and his Orch.; Blue Luo/ Carry Me Back to Old Virginny (570), 

   “Hot Lips” Page and his Orch. (571), 

   Red McKenzie; Sweet Lorraine/ Through a Veil of Indifference (572), 

   Kansas City Six; Three Little Words/ Four O’Clock Drag (573), 

   Don Byas; These Foolish Things/ “Hot Lips” Page and his Orch.; Six, Seven, Eight or Nine (574) 

Circle ( Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood 38, California): 

   Marching Jazz; Bugle Boy, Shake It and Break It, Salutation, If I Ever Cease to Love, Fidgety Feet, 

   It Looks Like a Big Time Tonight (3-10” album), 

   Mr. Freddy’s Rag and Chestnut Street Boogie (J-1011) 

Paramount (Paramount Recording Corporation 505 Fifth Ave. New York 17, NY) 

   Ma Rainey Vol. 1(Paramount Album No. 1 – 4 10” records set): 

   Blues the World Forgot- part I/ Blues the World Forgot- part II (Paramount No. 1), 

   New Bo – Weavil Blues/ Moonshine Blues (Paramount No. 2), 

   Slow Driving Moan/ Gone Daddy Blues (No. 3), 

   Blues Oh, Blues/ Oh, Papa Blues (No. 4) 

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

   Sidney De Paris’ Blue Note Jazz Men; Everybody Loves My Baby/ The Call of the Blues (No. 40), 

   Who’s Sorry Now/ Ballin’ the Jack (No. 41)

Hollywood Premium Record Guide (Post Office Box 2829R Hollywood 28, California) Value Catalogue, Number Two 

William C. Love/ Alderson Fry (3805 Brighton Road Nashville 5, Tenn.) Who’s Who in Jazz Collecting 

The Record Changer (1425 Hopkins Street, N.W., Washington 6, DC) Hot Jazz established 1932 (magazine) 

Disc Company of America (117 West 46th Street, New York) 

   Omer Simeon Jazz Trio with James P. Johnson; Lorenzo’s Blues/ Harlem Hotcha (6001), 

   Bandanna Days/ Creole Lullaby (6002) 

Swan Recoding Co., Inc. (1600 Broadway New York 19, NY) 

   Don Redman & his Orchestra; Midnight Moods/ Mickey Finn (7501), 

   Carrie Mae Blues/ Dark Glasses (7502), 

   Rhythmaries; On the Level/ Russian Lullaby (7503), 

   Say Old Man, Whatcha Doin’/ I’ve Got Rhythm (7504), 

   Sweet Lorraine/ Just Jammin’ (7505), 

   Emperors of Jazz; Royal Garden Blues/ Nobody’s Sweetheart (7506), 

   Muskrat Tamble/ Clarinet Marmalade (7507), 

   At the Jazz Band Ball/ Fidgety Feet (7508), 

   Tiger Rag/ Little Emperre Blues (7509), 

   Frank Humphries and his Orchestra; After You’ve gone/ Lonesome Mood (1001) 

West Coast Recordings (20 Annie St. San Francisco) 

   Lu Watters Yerba Buena Jazz Band: Canal Street Blues/ Antigua Blues (WeC101),

   Chattanooga Stomp/ Creole Belles (WeC102), 

   Trombone Rag/ Sunburst Rag (WeC103), Big Bear Stomp/ Working Man Blues (WeC104) 

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RECORD CHANGER (THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE OF JAZZ) August 1946  

Gordon Gullickson (Editor, Publisher), Ernest Borneman (Contributing Editor), George Greenfield (Circulation Manager), 

William Grauer, Jr., (Commercial Advertising Manager); Don Anderson and Gene Deitch (Art Department), Herman Rosenberg, 

New York Correspondent. Published every month at 1425 Hopkins St., NW, Washington 6, D.C. Copyright, 1946.

 

Lemme Take This Chorus by Gene Deitch; 

   Cliff Jackson and Don Frye: Midnight Piano (Disc Album 706); 

   You Took Advantage of Me/ The Man in the Moon/ Tea for Two/ Voulez-Vous/ Memphis Blues/ Let’s Get Together/ 

Jazz on Records by William Purcell & Rubberlegs Williams; 

   That’s the Blues/ What’s the Matter Now/ 4-F Blues/ I Want Every Bit of It (Continental 6013,6020), 

Louis Armstrong; No Variety Blues/ Whatta Ya Gonna Do (Victor 20-1891), 

   Frisco Jazz Band; At the Jazz Band Ball/ Red Wing (Pacific 606), 

   George Zack; Snowball/ Lazy River (Commodore 566), 

   Baby Dodds; Wolverine Blues/ Dru Improvisation No. 1/ Albert’s Blues/ Manhattan Stomp (Circle 1001 & 1002), 

   Cousin Joe; Fly Hen Blues/ Lonesome Man blues (Gotham 500), 

   Dink Johnson; Grace and Beauty/ Stomp de Lowdown/ Take Your Time/ So Dif’rent Blues (American Music 515 & 516),

   Original Creole Stompers; Eh, La-Bas!/ Up Jumped the Devil (American Music 513), 

   Willie Bryant; Amateur Night in Harlem/ It’s Over Because We’re Through (Apollo 369), 

   Bunk Johnson; Margie/ Do Right Baby (American Music 511), 

   Cliff Jackson and Don Frye: Midnight Piano; You Took Advantage of Me/ The Man in the Moon/

   Tea for Two/ Voulez-Vous/

   Memphis Blues/ Let’s Get together (Disc Album 706) 

   Wingy Manone; Tin Roof Blues/ If I Could Be with You (ARA 145) 

   Collectors Notes by Albert J. McCarthy 

 

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Paramount (Paramount Recording Corporation 505 Fifth Ave. New York 17, NY) 

   Ma Rainey Vol. 1(Paramount Album No. 1 – 4 10” Record published in London ds set): 

   Blues the World Forgot- part I/ Blues the World Forgot- part II (Paramount No. 1), 

   New Bo – Weavil Blues/ Moonshine Blues (Paramount No. 2), 

   Slow Driving Moan/ Gone Daddy Blues (No. 3), 

   Blues Oh, Blues/ Oh, Papa Blues (No. 4) 

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

   Billie Holiday; She’s funny That Way/ How Am I to Know (569), 

   Eddie Heywood and his Orch.; Blue Luo/ Carry Me Back to Old Virginny (570), 

   “Hot Lips” Page and his Orch. (571), 

   Red McKenzie; Sweet Lorraine/ Through a Veil of Indifference (572), 

   Kansas City Six; Three Little Words/ Four O’Clock Drag (573), 

   Don Byas; These Foolish Things/ “Hot Lips” Page and his Orch.; Six, Seven, Eight or Nine (574) 

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

   Dixie-Land Thumpers Weary Way Blue, There’ll Come A Day – Para 12525 (3001), 

   Sock That Thing, Oriental Man – Para. 12594 (3002), 

   Ike Rodgers; It Hurts So Good, Screenin’ the Blues –Para. 12816 (3003) 

Swan Recoding Co., Inc. (1600 Broadway New York 19, NY) 

   I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My by Sister Kate, I’ll Never Be the Same by Phil Napoleon’s Emperor (Swan Record #7510)

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

   George Lewis and His New Orleans Stompers; Climax Rag/ Depp Bayou Blues (No. 101), 

   Milenberg Joys/ Two Jim Blues (No. 102), 

   Just A Closer Walk with Thee (No. 103), 

   Fidget Feet/ Dauphine St. Blues (No. 104), 

   Don’t Go ‘Way Nobody/ Careless Love Blues (No. 105) 

King Jazz Inc.,(140 West 42nd St. New York 18, NY) (12”) 

   Sidney Bechet: Gone Away Blues/ De Luxe Stomp (Kihigginbothamng Jazz 140), 

   Bowin’ the Blues/ Old School (141), 

   Out of Gallion/ Ole Miss (142), 

   +Blood on the Moon/ House Party (143), 

   Leave Blues/ Saw Mill Man Blues (144), 

   Boogin’ with Mezz/ I Finally Gotcha (145)  (154) piano solo by Jimmy Blythe, Jr. 

The Record Changer (1425 Hopkins Street, NW, Washington 6, DC) Hot Jazz, Jazz Music Book

Crescent Records released by Jazz Man Record shop (6420 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood 38, California) 

   Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band; Do What Ory Say/ Careless Love (CRS5), 

   Ory’s Creole Trombone/ Original Dixieland One-Step (CRS6), 

   South/ Creole Song (CRS1), 

   Blues for Jimmy/ Oh, Didn’t He Ramble (CRS3), 

   Down Home Rag/ 1919 (CRS4) 

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RECORD CHANGER (THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE OF JAZZ) September 1946   

Gordon Gullickson (Editor, Publisher), Ernest Borneman (Associate), John Ball, Jr., and Muriel Reger (Classical Department), 

Bill Gottlieb (photography), George Greenfield (Circulation Manager), William Grauer, Jr., (Commercial Advertising Manager); 

Don Anderson and Gene Deitch (Art Department), Irving L. Jacobs (Research Department), R. C. Williams (publication Assistant) 

Published every month at 1425 Hopkins St., NW, Washington, D.C. Copyright, 1946.

 

Buzzin’ ‘Round by Bill Gottlieb (photos by the writer): Life Can Be Beautiful 

Sheridan Square Requiem by George Avakian 

Questions and Answers by Ernest Borneman 

Collectors Notes by Albert McCarthy 

   Oscar Aleman & His Quintet (Argentine Odeon 45780): Marechiare (11601)/ Sweet Georgia Brown (11602) 

   (Arg. Odeon 45787) Oscarinadas (11697)/ In the Mood(11698) 

   (Arg. Odeon 45800) Rezee (12020)/ Man of Mine (12021) 

   (Arg. Odeon 45999) Goin’ to the Country Fair (14063)/ Cherokee (14064) 

   David Alexander (Black Ivory King): (Decca 7307) Flying Crow (61795)/ Working for the P.W.A. (61798 

   (Decca 7355): Gingham Dress (61796)/ Match Box Blues (61797) 

   J. C. Higginbotham (Decca 7535): Try and Get It (64658)/ Jive Lover (64659) 

   (Decca 7554): If It Don’t Fit (64660)/ I Want a Long Time Daddy (64661) 

   Jazz on Records by William Purcell 

   Vic Lewis and Jack Parnell (Parlophone 2960): Ugly Child/ Indiana 

   Chippie Hill (Circle 1003 & 1004): How Long Blues/ Trouble in Mind/ Charleston Blues/ Careless Love 

   Charlie Parker (Dial 1002): Ornithology/ A Night in Tunisia 

   “Classical Record Collecting by John Ball, Jr. 

   Across the Fence by John Ball

   Philadelphia Orchestra “Pops”: Six Dances (Columbia)

   Spanish Republican Army Chorus and Orchestra: Freedom Sings (Keynote) 

   The New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra: Siegfied Idyll (Columbia X-26) 

   Tom Glazer Sings Olden Ballads (Keynote) 

   Helen Traubel & Emery Darcy with the N.Y. Philharmonic Symphony Orch.: Walkure (Columbia) 

 

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Paramount (Paramount Recording Corporation 505 Fifth Ave. New York 17, NY) 

   Ma Rainey Vol. 1(Paramount Album No. 1 – 4 10” Record published in London ds set): 

   Blues the World Forgot- part I/ Blues the World Forgot- part II (Paramount No. 1), 

   New Bo – Weavil Blues/ Moonshine Blues (Paramount No. 2), 

   Slow Driving Moan/ Gone Daddy Blues (No. 3), 

   Blues Oh, Blues/ Oh, Papa Blues (No. 4) 

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

   Jelly Roll Morton: New Orleans Memories (piano solos) 

   Mamie’s Blues/ Original Rags (4001) 

   Michigan Water Blues/ The Naked Dance (4002) 

    Buddy Blden’s Blues/ The Crave (4003) 

   Winin’ Boy Blues/ Mister Joe (4004) 

   Don’t You Leave Me Here/ King Porter Stomp (4005) 

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

   (Century 3001) Dixie-Land Thumpers; Weary Way Blues, There’ll Come A Day – Para 12525 

   (Century 3002) Sock That Thing, Oriental Man – Para. 12594 

   (Century 3003) Ike Rodgers; It Hurts So Good/ Screenin’ the Blues –Para. 12816 

AM Records (647 Means Ave. Pittsburgh 2, Pa) (reissue)

   Tiny Parham: 19th Street Blues/ Careless Love (No. 1) 

   Jimmy Blythe’s W. B. Band: Bohunkus Blues/ Buddy Burton’s Jazz (No. 2) 

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

   Bechet-Nicholas Blue Five (Blue Note 517) Quincy Street Stomp (BN 276-1)/ Weary Way Blues (BN 279-2) 

   Baby Dodds’ Jazz Four (Blue Note 518) Winin’ Boy Blues (BN 275)/ Careless Love (BN 273-2) 

Swan Recoding Co., Inc. (1600 Broadway New York 19, NY) 

   I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My by Sister Kate, I’ll Never Be the Same by Phil Napoleon’s Emperor (Swan Record #7510)

King Jazz Inc.,(140 West 42nd St. New York 18, NY) (12”) 

   Sidney Bechet: Gone Away Blues/ De Luxe Stomp (Kihigginbothamng Jazz 140), 

   Bowin’ the Blues/ Old School (141), 

   Out of Gallion/ Ole Miss (142), 

   +Blood on the Moon/ House Party (143), 

   Leave Blues/ Saw Mill Man Blues (144), 

   Boogin’ with Mezz/ I Finally Gotcha (145)  (154) piano solo by Jimmy Blythe, Jr. 

Regent Music Shop (1619 Broadway, New York 19, NY) Arrangement for Small Orchestra (score) 

Bill Gottlieb (90-01 193rd St. Hollis 7, NY) Action photo of Jazz Men 

The Record Changer (1425 Hopkins St., N.W., Washington 6, DC) 

   Subscribe to Jazz Music (in London), Hot Jazz 

   Disc (Company of America) (117 West 46th St., NYC 19) 

   (Disc Album 6006) Baby Dodds Drum Solos 

   Rudiments with Drum Never Beats/ Maryland, My Maryland (6006) 

   Spooky Drums/ Tom-Tom Workout (6007) 

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

   Montana Taylor: Barrell House Blues (Album S-2, three 10” inch records) 

   Indiana Avenue Stomp/ In the Bottom/ Low Down Bugle/ I Can’t Sleep/ Sweet Sue/ ‘Fo’ Day Blues 

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

Uptown Music Center (3406 Connecticut Ave., Washington DC) mail order record shop 

   Quincy Street Stomp/ Weary Way Blues

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RECORD CHANGER (THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE OF JAZZ) November 1946   

Gordon Gullickson (Editor, Publisher), Ernest Borneman (Associate), John Ball, Jr., and Muriel Reger (Classical Department), 

Bill Gottlieb (photography), George Greenfield (Circulation Manager), William Grauer, Jr., (Commercial Advertising Manager); 

Don Anderson and Gene Deitch (Art Department), Irving L. Jacobs (Research Department), R. C. Williams (publication Assistant) 

Published every month at 1425 Hopkins St., NW, Washington, D.C. Copyright, 1946.

 

Buzzin’ ‘Round by Bill Gottlieb (photos by the writer) 

White Musicians of St. Louis by Ed Crowder and A. F. Niemoeller 

Collectors Notes by Albert J. McCarthy 

Jazz on Records by William Purcell 

   Ma Rainey (Paramount album No. 1, Vol. 1) Blues the World Forgot (pat 1 & 2), New Boweavil Blues/ Moonshine Blues, 

   ow Driving Blues/ Gone Daddy Blues, Blues oh, Blues/ Oh, Papa Blues 

   Original Zenith Brass Band (Circle album S-1) Salutation March/ If I Ever Cease to Love, 

   Bugle boy March/ ‘Tain’t Nobody’s Business, Fidgety Feet/ Shake and Break It 

   Bunk Johnson’s Brass Band (American Music album) In Glory Land/ Just a Little While to Stay Here 

   Saints go Marching on/ Nearer My god to Thee, Tell Me Your Dreams/ Didn’t He Ramble? 

Farrago by Edward Hill

Records for Christmas by John Ball Jr. 

 

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Swan Recording Co., Inc. (1600 Broadway, New York 19, NY) Emperors of Jazz 

   (7506) Royal Garden Blues/ Nobody’s Sweetheart 

   (7507) Muskrat Ramble/ Clarinet Marmalade 

   7508) At the Jazz Band Ball/ Fidget Feet 

   (7509) Tiger Rag/ Little Emperor Blues 

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

   (575) “Wild Bill” Davison and His Commodores: Baby Won’t You Please Come Home/ At the Jazz Band Ball 

   (576) Muggsy Spanier and His Ragtimers: Whistlin’ the Blues/ The Lady’s in Love with You 

Bill Gottlieb (90-01 193rd St. Hollis 7, NY) Action photo of Jazz Men 

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

   (BN-6) Sidney Bechet Quintet; Summertime/ Port of Harlem Seven; Pounding Heart Blues 

   (BN-7) J. C. Higginbotham Quintet; Basin Street Blues/ Port of Harlem; Blues for Tommy 

   (BN-13) Sidney Bechet’s Blue Note Quartet; Lonesome Blues/ Dear Old Southland 

   (BN-43) Sidney Bechet; Blue Horizon/ Muskrat Ramble 

   (BN-44) Sidney Bechet’s Blue Note Jazz Men; St. Louis Blues/ Jazz Me Blues 

   (BN-502) Sidney Bechet’s Blue Note Quartet; Saturday Night Blues/ Bechet’s Steady Rider 

   (BN-517) Bechet – Nicholas Blue Five; Quincy Street Stomp/ Weary Way Blues

Paramount (Paramount Recording Corporation 505 Fifth Ave. New York 17, NY) 

   Paramount album No. 2 (three 10” records in album set) 

   Good Chib Blues/ Can’t Make Another Day (105)

   Broadway Street Woman Blues/ Black and Evil Blues (106) 

   Key to the Mountain Blues/ Barrel House Flat Blues (107) 

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

   (Century 3004) Jelly Roll Morton & His Orch.; Muddy Water Blues/ Big Fat Ham – Paramount 12050

   (Century 3005) Jim Jackson’s Kansas City Five; Jim Jackson’s Kansas City Blues/ A Little Bit Closer – Para 12586

   (Century 3006) Junie Cobb & His Hometown Band; East Coast Trot/ Chicago Buzz – Para 12382 

   (Century 3007) Lovie Austin’s Serenaders; Frog Tongue Stomp/ Jackass Blues – Para 12361 

   (Century 3001) Dixie-Land Thumpers; Weary Way Blues, There’ll Come A Day – Para 12525 

   (Century 3002) Sock That Thing, Oriental Man – Para. 12594 

   (Century 3003) Ike Rodgers; It Hurts So Good/ Screenin’ the Blues –Para. 12816

Disc (Company of America) (117 West 46th St., NYC 19) 

   Sidney Bechet, George Wettling, Pops Foster (Disc album 701) 

   (6003) Shimmy Like My Sister Kate/ Fidgety Feet 

   (6004) Panama/ Joe’s Chimes 

   (6005) Got It and Gone/ Timathy 

Swan Recoding Co., Inc. (1600 Broadway New York 19, NY) 

   (Para 12770) Windy Rhythm Kings; South African Blues/ Piggy Wiggly 

   Lovie Austin Blues Serenaders; Travelin’ Blues (Para 12255)/ Charleston Mad (Para 12278) 

   (Para 12673) Blind Blake; Hot Potatoes 

   Paramount Pickers; Steal Away blues (Para 12779) 

   King Oliver and His Jazz Band; Southern Stomp (Para 12088) 

   J. C. Johnson & His Five Hot Sparks; Red Hot Hottentot (QRS 7064) 

   Clarence Williams and His Orchestra; Bimbo/ Bozo (QRS 7034) 

Crescent Records released by Jazz Man Record shop (6420 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood 38, California) 

   Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band; Panama/ Under the Bamboo Tree (CRS 7), Maple Leaf Rag/ Weary Blues (CRS 8) 

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RECORD CHANGER (THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE OF JAZZ) December 1946  

Gordon Gullickson (Editor, Publisher), Ernest Borneman (Associate), John Ball, Jr., and Edward Hill (Classical Department), 

Bill Gottlieb (photography), George Greenfield (Circulation Manager), William Grauer, Jr., (Commercial Advertising Manager); 

Don Anderson and Gene Deitch (Art Department), Irving L. Jacobs (Research Department), R. C. Williams (publication Assistant) 

Published every month at 1425 Hopkins St., NW, Washington, D.C. Copyright, 1946.

 

Buzzin’ ‘Round by Bill Gottlieb (photos by the writer) 

Book Review by Ernest Borneman and Hugues Panassie 

   Really the Blues by Milton Mezzrow & Bernard Wolfe (Random House, New York, 1946) 

   Shining Trumpets by Rudy Blesh (Knopf, New York, 1946) 

   A Critic Looks at Jazz by Ernest Borneman (Jazz Music books, London 1946) 

Jazz on Records by John Lucas 

   Negro Folksongs (Disc album 660) 

   Julie Ann Johnson; Bring Me Li’l Water Silvy/ Whoa Back Buck; Line ‘Em (Disc 3001) 

   Meeting at the Building, Talking, Preaching; We Shall Walk Through the Valley/

    Fiddler’ Drama;Yellow Girl/ Green Corn/ 

   Cow Cow Yicky Yicky Yea/ Out of the Western Plains (Disc 3002) 

   John Handy; Noted Rider/ Big Fat Woman Borrow Love and Go (Disc 3003) 

   Josh White: Folk Songs (Asch album 358) 

   Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho/ Motherless Children (Asch 358-1) 

   St. James Infirmary/ No. 12 Train (Asch 359-2) 

   Trouble/ Jerry (359-3) 

   Josh White: Ballads and Blues (Decca album 447) 

   I Gave My Love a Cherry/ The Lass with the Delicate Air (Decca 23651) 

   Evil Hearted Man/ Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out (Decca 23652) 

   Frankie and Johnny/ John Henry (Decca 23653) 

   Sometime/ Strange Fruit (Decca 23654) 

   J. H. “Mr. Freddy” Shayne; Mr. Freddy’s Rag/ Chestnet Street Rag (Circle 1011) 

   Meade Lux Lewis; Boogie Woogie at the Philharmonic  (Disc album 502) 

   Honky Tonk Train/ Slow Boogie (Disc 620) 

   Medium Boogie/ Fast boogie (Disc 621) 

   Baby Dodds: (Disc album 709)

   Maryland/ Tom Tom Workout (Disc 6006) 

   Spooky Drums/Rudiments with Drumstick Nerve Beat (Disc 6007) 

   Kid Ory: Savoy Blues/ Dippermouth Blues (Exner 3) , High Society/ Ballin’ the Jack (Exner 4) 

   Bechet-Nicholas: Weary Blues/ Quincy Street Stomp (Blue Note 517) 

   Baby Dodds: Careless Love/ Winin’ Boy Blues (Blue Note (518) 

   John Wittwer: Joe’s Blues/ Wolverine blues (Exner 1), Tiger Rag/ Come Back Sweet Papa (Exner 2) 

   Art Hodes: Chimes Blues/ Organ Grinder Blues (Jazz Record 1006), Wolverine Blues/ Someday Sweetheart (Jazz Record 1007) 

   Sister Kate/ Basin Street Blues (Jazz Record 1008), Ballin’ the Jack/ That’s a Plenty (Jazz Record 1009) 

   Eddie Condon: Improvisation for the March of Time/ She’s funny That Way (Decca 23600) 

West Coast New by Cy Shain: Jazz Movie, Matinee, Frisco Jazz Band, Rumors 

Let Me Take This Chorus by John “Jax” Lucas 

Farrago II by Edward Hill 

The New Recordings by J. B. Jr. 

 

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Swan Recoding Co., Inc. (1600 Broadway New York 19, NY) 

   (7510) Phil Napoleon’s Emperor: Sister Kate/ I’ll Never Be the Same 

   (7511) Sensation Rag/ South Rampart Street Parade 

   (7512) Livery Stable Blues/  That’s A Plenty 

   (7513) Santanic Blues/ Buggle Call Rag 

   (7514) Sal Franzelia Quintet:Dizzy Fingers/ Clarinet Fantasy Impromtu 

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

   Jelly Roll Morton piano solos: New Orleans Memories 

     (4001) Mamie’s Blues/ Original Rags 

     (4002) Michigan Water Blues/ The Naked Dance

     (4003) Buddy Bolden’s Blues/ The Crave 

     (4004) Winin’ Boy Blues/ Mister Joe 

     (4005) Don’t You Leave Me Here/ King Porter Stomp 

   West Coast Recordings (20 Annie St., San Francisco (Dealers only) 

   Lu Watters’ Yerba Buena Jazz Band 

     (West Coast 101) Canal Street Blues/ Antiqua Blues 

     (West Coast 102) Chatanooga Stomp/ Creole Bells 

     (West Coast 103) Trombone Rag/ Sunburst Rag 

     (West Coast 104) Big Bear Stomp/ Working Man Blues 

     (West Coast 105) Annie Street Rock/ Down Home Rag 

     (West Coast 106) South/ Richard M. Jones Blues 

     (West Coast 107) Emperor Norton’s Hunch/ Harlem Rag 

     (West Coast 108) That’s A Plenty/ Bienville Blues 

   Jazz Photo by Bill Gottlieb (sale) 

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

   (BN-6) Sidney Bechet Quintet; Summertime/ Port of Harlem Seven; Pounding Heart Blues 

   (BN-7) J. C. Higginbotham Quintet; Basin Street Blues/ Port of Harlem; Blues for Tommy 

   (BN-13) Sidney Bechet’s Blue Note Quartet; Lonesome Blues/ Dear Old Southland 

   (BN-43) Sidney Bechet; Blue Horizon/ Muskrat Ramble 

   (BN-44) Sidney Bechet’s Blue Note Jazz Men; St. Louis Blues/ Jazz Me Blues 

   (BN-502) Sidney Bechet’s Blue Note Quartet; Saturday Night Blues/ Bechet’s Steady Rider 

   (BN-517) Bechet – Nicholas Blue Five; Quincy Street Stomp/ Weary Way Blues

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

   Exner presents 

   (Ex1) Johnny Wittwer Trio: Wolverine Blues/ Joe’s Blues, (Ex2) Come Back Sweet Papa/ Tiger Rag 

   (Ex 3) Kid Ory’s Creole Band: Dippermouth Blues/ Savoy Blues, (Ex4) High Society/ Ballin’ the Jack 

   Lu Watters Yerba Buena Jazz Band:

   (West Coast 101) Canal Street Blues/ Antiqua Blues 

   (West Coast 102) Chatanooga Stomp/ Creole Bells 

   (West Coast 103) Trombone Rag/ Sunburst Rag 

   (West Coast 104) Big Bear Stomp/ Working Man Blues 

   (West Coast 105) Annie Street Rock/ Down Home Rag 

   (West Coast 106) South/ Richard M. Jones Blues 

   (West Coast 107) Emperor Norton’s Hunch/ Harlem Rag 

   (West Coast 108) That’s A Plenty/ Bienville Blues 

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

   (Century 3001) Dixie-Land Thumpers; Weary Way Blues, There’ll Come A Day – Para 12525 

   (Century 3002) Sock That Thing, Oriental Man – Para. 12594 

   (Century 3003) Ike Rodgers; It Hurts So Good/ Screenin’ the Blues –Para. 12816

   (Century 3004) Jelly Roll Morton & His Orch.; Muddy Water Blues/ Big Fat Ham – Paramount 12050

   (Century 3005) Jim Jackson’s Kansas City Five; Jim Jackson’s Kansas City Blues/ A Little Bit Closer – Para 12586

   (Century 3006) Junie Cobb & His Hometown Band; East Coast Trot/ Chicago Buzz – Para 12382 

   (Century 3007) Lovie Austin’s Serenaders; Frog Tongue Stomp/ Jackass Blues – Para 12361 

   (Century 3008) King Oliver and His Creole Jazz Band: Alligator Hop/ Krooked Blues (Gen. 5274) 

   (Century 3009) Windy Rhythm Kings: South African Blues/ Piggy Wiggly Blues (Para 1277) 

   (Century 3010) Blind Blake: Hot Potatoes (Para 12673)/ Paramount Pickers: Steal Away Blues (Para 12779) 

   (Century 3011) King Oliver and His Jazz Band: Southern Stomp (Para 12088)/ 

     J. C. Johnson and His Five, Hot Sparks: Red Hot Hottentot (QRS 7064) 

   (Century 3012) Lovie Austin’s Serenaders: Traveling Blues (Para 12255)/ Charleston Mad (Para 12278) 

Records, Inc., P. O. Box 622, Hollywood 38, Cal. (reissues) 

   (Re No. 1) King Oliver-Jelly Roll Morton: Tom Cat/ King Porter (Autograph) 

   (Re No. 2) Jelly Morton’s Kings of Jazz: High Society/ Fish Tail Blues (Autograph) 

   (Re No. 3) Jelly roll Morton: London Blues (Rialto)/ Ezra Shelton: Dearest Darling (Autograph) 

   (Re No. 5) Stomp Six: Everybody Loves My Baby/ Poor Little Me (Autograph) 

   (Re No. 6) Bix Jugglers: Davernport Blues/ Toddlin’ Blues (Gennett) 

   (Re No. 7) Sioux City Six: Flock O’ Blues/ I’m Glad (Gennett) 

   (Re No. 8) Jelly roll Morton – Voltaire de Faut: Wolverine Blues/ My Gal (Autograph) 

American Jazz, Inc. (236 West 10th Street, New York 14, NY) 

   (JR 1004) Art Hodes: Eccentric/ Washboard Blues 

   (JR 1005) Art Hodes: The Mooche/ No Pay Blues 

   (JR 1006) Art Hodes: Chimes Blues/ Organ Grinder Blues

   (JR 1007) Art Hodes: Wolverine Blues/ Someday Sweetheart 

   (JR 1008) Art Hodes: Sister Kate/ Basin Street Blues 

   (JR 1009) Art Hodes: Ballin’ the Jack/ That’s a Plenty 

Disc (Company of America) (117 West 46th St., NYC 19) 

   Omer Simeon Jazz Trio: Jazz Stars Make Sparkling Trio Music ((Disc Album #708) (2 10” records) 

   Lorenzo’s Blues/ Harlem Hotcha (6001), Bondanna Days/ Creole Lullaby (6002) 

Random House (457 Madison Avenue, New York 22, NY)

   Really the Blues by Mezz Mezzrow and Bernard Wolfe (book) 

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