Record Changer 1945

 
 
 
 
 
 

THE RECORD CHANGER March 1945 Vol.4 No.1 

Gordon Gullickson (editor publisher)  Ernest Borneman (contributing editor)  Don Wilson (circulation manager)  

Don Anderson (staff editor)  The Record Changer  Fairfax, Virginia

 

Expert from Congressional Record (April 1, 1955) by George Avakian 

The Dance – Basis of Jazz by Roger Pryor Dodge 

Crawl Out of Bed – Winter Is Over by Rudi Blesh 

Manhattan Melange by Herman Rosenberg 

Jazz in Los Angeles by George Montgomery 

As Seen from Mob Hill by Leslie Smith

Hot Copy by Orin Blackstone 

 

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Commodore Music Shop (136 East 46th Street NYC): 

   Edmond Hall (# 557), “Hot Lips” Page & His Orchestra (# 558) 

American Music (647 Means Ave. , Pittsburgh 2, Pennsylvania) 

   Bunk Johnson Band (V-251 & V-252) 

Asch Records (Stinson Trading Co. 27 Union Square West NY 3, NY): 

   (Album #351, #353, #551, #352, #452) 

National Records: 

   Joe Turner (#9010), Al Trace(#7007) 

Blue Note:(767 Lexington Ave. NYC): 

   Art Hodes and His Chicagoans – (No. 505, No. 506, No. 507, No. 508) 

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THE RECORD CHANGER JUNE 1945 Vol. 4, No. 4 

Gordon Gullickson (editor publisher)  Ernest Borneman (contributing editor)  Don Wilson (circulation manager)  

Don Anderson (staff editor)  The Record Changer  Fairfax, Virginia . 

 

Categorical Terms in Jazz – Remarks on Improvisation versus Arranged Jazz by Roger Pryor Dodge 

Questions and Answers by Ernest Borneman 

What It Takes to Stomp ‘Em by Eugene Williams 

Jelly Roll Was Right by Jazzbo Brown (from Memphis Town) 

Sedelia, Missouri Cradle of Ragtime by S. Brunson and R. J. Carew 

Jazz in Los Angeles by George Montgomery 

As Seen from Nob Hill by Leslie Smith 

 

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Commodore Music Shop (136 East 42nd Street, NYC): 

   Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra #559), 

   Max Kaminsky and His Jazz Band (#560), 

   George Wettling and His Rhythm Kings (#561) 

Exner (509 Olive Way, Seattle (1), Washington): 

   Kid Ory’s Creole Band, The Johnny Wittewer Trio 

Blue Note (767 Lexington Ave., NYC): 

   Sidney De Paris’s Blue Note Jazz Men (No. 40, Np. 43), 

   Art Hodes & His Chicagoans (No. 505/6/7/8)

Record Changer (Fairfax, Virginia): The Index to Jazz, vol. I

Mayo Music (436 E. 47th Street, Chicago, Ill): New Releases – Harlem, Cincinnati 

Red Hot & Blues Recording Co. (1600 Broadway, Room 1008, NYC 19, New York): 12 Inch Recordings of Dixieland Jazz 

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THE RECORD CHANGER JULY 1945, Vol.4, No. 5 

Gordon Gullickson (editor publisher)  Ernest Borneman (contributing editor)  Don Wilson (circulation manager)  

Don Anderson (staff editor)  The Record Changer  Fairfax, Virginia . 

 

Balladeer for America by Max Jones 

Questions and Answers by Ernest Borneman 

Personal Opinion by Roger Pryor Dodge 

Hot Copy by Orin Blackstone 

Jazz in Los Angeles by George Montgomery 

As Seen from Mob Hill by Ledie Smith 

 

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The Jazz Man; Record Shop (1221 Vine Street Hollywood 38, California): Used records, books, magazines etc. 

Exner (509 Olive Way, Seattle (1), Washington): 

   Kid Ory’s Creole Band, The Johnny Wittwer Trio 

Commodore Music Shop (136 East 42nd Street, NYC): Charles Delaunay’s Hot Discography 

Blue Note Records (767 Lexington Ave. NYC): 

   Sidney DeParis Blue Note jazz Men (#40, #43), 

   Art Hodes & His Chicagoans (#505/506/5-7/5-8) 

Red Hot & Blues Recording Co. (1600 Broadway, Room 1008, NYC 19, New York): 12 Inch Recordings of Dixieland Jazz 

Record Changer (Fairfax, Virginia): The Index to Jazz, vol. I

National Records : Muriel Gaines (#8001, #8002); 

   Albinia Jones (#9012, #9013)  

Mayo Music (436 E. 47th Street, Chicago, Ill): New Releases – Harlem, Cincinnati 

Asch Records (27 Union Square W., New York) 

   Mary Lou Williams 

The Record Changers (Fairfax, Virginia, USA): Jazz Forum – International Jazz Review 

THE RECORD CHANGER Aug. 1945 (Vol. 4, No.6)

Gordon Gullickson (editor publisher)  Ernest Borneman (contributing editor)  Don Wilson (circulation manager)  

Don Anderson (staff editor)  The Record Changer  Fairfax, Virginia . 

 

Summary Statements on the Anthropology of Afro-American Music by Ernest Borneman 

New Capitol Records by George Hoefer 

Orin Blackstone: Hot Copy (records review)

   (Vocalion 3189) Putney Dandridge Orchestra: Beautiful Lady in Blue (18743)/ Dinner for One, Please (18742) 

   (Vocalion 3190) Putney Dandridge Orchestra: Honeysuckle Rose / Sweet Violets 

   (English Decca 5566) Louis Devries: St. Louis Blues/ Moon Glow – reissued Champion 40083

   (English Decca 5688) Louis DeVries: Oh, You Sweet Things/ I Cover the Waterfront 

   (English Decca F5435) The Embassy Rhythm Eight: Hitchy Koo/ He’s a Rag Picker – reissued Champion 40068 

   (English Decca F5467) The Embassy Rhythm Eight: Back Home in Tennessee/ Where the Black-Eyed Susan Grow 

   (Vocalion 2688) Alabama Washboard Stompers: St. Louis Blues (13839-1)/ Some of These Days (13841-1) 

   (Gennett 5593) Baby Bonnie: I Got Your Water On (12081)/ Leaving School Blues (12082 

   (Columbia 14557) Bennett’s Swamplanders: Big Ben Chubb-Steinberg Orchestra (Gennett 5663): Because They All Love You 

   (Brunswick 3351) Bud Jackson’s Swanee Serenaders: Messin’ Around/ Heebie Jeebie 

 

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National Records: 

   (National 9014) Billy Eckstine & His Orchstra 

   (National 9012 & 9013) Albinia Jones 

Exner (509 Olive Way, Seattle (1), Washington): 

   Kid Ory’s Creole Band, The Johnny Wittwer Trio 

Blue Note (767 Lexington Ave. NYC): 

   Edmond Hall’s All Star Quintet No. 30 & No. 31 (12”) 

The Record Changer (Fairfax, Virginia): The Indext to Jazz, Vol.2 

Red Hot & Blues Recording Co. (Room 1008, 1600 Broadway, NYC) : record sale 

Commodore Music Shop (136 East 46th Street, NYC): 

   Red McKenzie (Commodore 562) 

Melrose Records Co. (601 East 19th Street Brooklyn 26, NY): 

   Back Clayton Quintet (Melrose 1201 & 1202) 

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THE RECORD CHANGER October 1945 (Vol.4, No.8) 

Gordon Gullickson (editor publisher)  Ernest Borneman (contributing editor)  Don Wilson (circulation manager)  

Don Anderson (staff editor)             The Record Changer  Fairfax, Virginia . 

 

Ragtime History and Analysis by Dr. Barttlett Simms and Ernest Borneman 

“Storyville” New Movie to Show Real History of Jazz! By Gene Deitch 

Hot Copy by Orin Blackstone 

On the Labels by Roger Pryor Dodge 

Bebop and Mop Mop – The New Leftist Rousers by Bilbo Brown 

 

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RCA Victor Records: Hot Jazz Series- 

   (HJ-1) Louis Armstrong 

   (HJ-2) Benny Goodman 

   (HJ-6) Quintet of the Hot Club of France 

   (HJ-3) Lionel Hampton 

   (HJ-4) McKinney’s Cotton Pickers 

   (HJ-5) Jelly Roll Morton 

Manhattan Music Corp. (172 West 10th Street, ,New York 14, NY): 

   (A-10) Miff Mole 

   (A-20) Muggsy Spanier 

   (A-30) Pee Wee Russell 

H.R.S. Records (825 Eleventh Ave., New York 19, NY): 

   (HRS-1005, HRS-1006) Brick Fleagle’s Orchestra 

   (HRS-1003, HRS-1004, HRS-1000) Rex Stewart’s Big Four

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

   A Selective Chronology of Ragtime, Blues and Pop Tunes that Influenced Jazz History by Ernest Borneman 

Asch Records: Solder Songs and Parodies. GI Strictly 

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THE RECORD CHANGER November 1945 (Vol. 4, No. 9) 

Gordon Gullickson (editor publisher)  Ernest Borneman (contributing editor)  Don Wilson (circulation manager)  

Don Anderson (staff editor)  The Record Changer  Fairfax, Virginia . 

 

Jazz in St. Louis by Bartlett D. Simms 

Questions and Answers by Ernest Borneman 

London Newsletter by Albert J. McCarthy 

Hot Copy by Orin Blackstone 

(Decca 7014): Black Gal Blues (9336), Deceitful Woman Blues (9326 

   (Perfect 15605): Cabin in the Cotton (1175-1), The Scat song (11360-1) 

   (Perfect 15621): Mighty Sweet (11788-1), The Growl (11767-1) 

   (Okeh 6064) Billie Holiday: St. Louis Blues 828874), Loveless Love (28875) 

On the Label by Roger Pryor Dodge

   Mead Lux Lewis (Blue Note) BN19, BN20, BN45 

   Bunk Johnson’s Band (American Music): V-255, V-256 

 

ADVERITSEMENT 

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

   CRS-1, CRS-2, CRS-3, CRS-4 

Manhattan Music Corp. (172 W. 10th St., New York 14, NY)

   Miff Mole, Muggsy Spanier, Pee Wee Russell (A-10, A-20, A-30) 

HRS: Pee Russell’s Rhythmmakers (HRS1000, 1001), 

   Pee Wee Russell (HRS1002), 

   Rex Stewart’s Big Four (HRS1003, 1004), 

   Brick Fleagles’s Orchestra (HRS1005, 1006), 

   Bechet – Spanier Big Four (HRS2000, 2001, 2002, 2003), 

   Rex Stewart’s Big Seven (HRS2004, 2005), 

   Jack Teagarden ‘s Big Eight (HRS2006, 2007) 

Blue Note (767 Lexington Ave. NYC): Art Hodes’ Blue Five (No. 45), 

   Art Hodes’ Blue Note Jazz Men (No. 34, 35) 

   Art Hodes and His Chicagoans (No. 505, 506, 507, 508) 

Commodore Music Shop (136 East 42nd Street NYC): Bunk Johnson’s Jazz Band 

New Orleans Record Shop (439 Baronne Street New Orleans 13, La)

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