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01 2A2. Black Woman

Vera Hall-voc

Recorded 1948 by Frederic Ramsey Jr.

02 2A1. Dark Was the Night

Blind Willie Johnson-voc, g

Jazz Classics 512. Released c. 1928.

03 2A7. Lord I Just Can’t Keep from Crying

Blind Willie Johnson-voc, with g & female „Helpers“

Columbia 14425-D. Released c. 1929.

04 2B1. How Long Blues

Jimmy Yancey-p solo.

Session 12-002. recorded in Chicago, December 1943.

05 3A5. New Orleans Blues (Morton)

Jelly Roll Morton-p solo

Gennett 5486/11537. Recorded in Richmond, Indiana, July 17, 1923.

06 1A6. Penitentiary Blues

Bessie Tucker-p, voc

Victor V-38526, Jazz Classics 514B/45441-2.

07 2B3. Bridwell Blues

Nolan Welsh-voc, Louis Armstrong-co, Richard M. Jones-p

Okeh 8372, HJCA 36/9727-A. Recorded June 16, 1926.

08 2B6. I’m Not Rough

Louis Armstrong with His Hot Five: Armstrong-voc, co, Kid Ory-tb, Johnny Dodds-cl,

Johnny St. Cyr-bjo, Lonnie Johnson-g.

Okeh 8551. Recorded December 1927.



09 4B3. Traveling Blues

Ma Rainey and Her Tub Jug Washboard Band: Tampa Red (Hudson Whitaker) and

another?-k, Georgia Tom Dorsey-p, unknown bjo, jug, with moaning effect by the band.

Paramount 12706/20667-1-2. Chicago, c. June, 1928.



10 5A2. Play That Thing (

Ollie Powers‘ Harmony Syncopators: Alex Calamese, Tommy Ladnier-co, Eddie

Vincent-tb, Jimmy Noone-cl, Horace Diemer-as, Glover Compton-p, „Dago“-bjo,

„Bass“ Moore-tu, Ollie Powers-dr.

Paramount 12059/1502-2. Recorded in Chicago, September, 1923.

11 1B4. 38 Slug

Jim Jam Band: g, wb, mand, kaz

matrix G16266 (test)

12 1B5. Blues for Lorenzo (Creole)

Omer Simeon-cl, James P. Johnson-p, Pops Foster-b

Recorded by Harold Drob

13 2A6. No Easy Rider Blues

Gertrude Perkins-voc, Willie Tyson-p, unknown-g, Octave Gaspard-tu.

Columbia 14131D/145340-1. Recorded December 6, 1927.

14 1A5. Down South (Blues)

Scrapper Blackwell-g, voc

Varsity 6042/USG-18218-D1

15 2A3. Black Snake Moan

Blind Lemon Jefferson-voc, g

Jazz Classics 511A. Released c. 1927.

16 2A4. Misery Blues

Gertruda Ma Rainey and Her Georgia Jazz Band: Shirley Clay-co, Kid Ory-tb, ? Hop

Hopson-p, unknown bjo, tu.

Paramount 12508-B/4707-1. Recorded c. August 1927.



17 2A5. Working Man’s Blues (Joe Oliver)

King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band: Joe Oliver, Louis Armstrong-co, Honore Dutrey-tb,

Johnny Dodds-cl, Lil Armstrong-p, Baby Dodds-dr, Johnny St. Cyr-bjo, Charlie

Johnson-bass sax.

HJCA 7. Recorded in Chicago, September 1923.

18 2B2. Mr. Jelly Lord (Morton)

Jelly Roll Morton Trio: Morton-p, Johnny Dodds-cl, Baby Dodds-dr.

Victor 21064, Bluebird B 10258/38664-1. Recorded June 10, 1927.

19 2B4. Careless Love (W. C. Handy)

Original Tuxedo Jazz Orchestra: Shots Madison, Oscar Celestin-tp, William Ridgely-tb,

Walter Thoumy-cl, Emma Barrett-p, John Marrero-bjo, Simon Marrero-bsx, Abby

Foster-dr, slide whistle.

Okeh 8198, Jazz Classics 510A/8907-A. Recorded in New Orleans, January 23, 1925.

20 2B5. Mean Old Red Bug Blues

Bessie Smith-voc, Porter Grainger-p, Lincoln Conaway-g

Columbia 14205-D/144796-3. Recorded September 27, 1927.

21 3A7. Keyhole Blues (W. Wilson)

Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven: Armstrong-co, Kid Ory-tb, Johnny Dodds-cl,

Lilian Hardin Armstrong-p, Johnny St. Cyr-bjo, Pete Briggs-tu, Baby Dodds-dr.

Okey 80876. Recorded in Chicago, May 13, 1927.



22 3B7. Mournful Serenade (Chimes Blues) (King Oliver)

Jelly Roll Morton’s Quartet: Omer Simeon-cl, Geechy Fields-tb, Morton-p, Tommy

Benford-dr.

Victor V-38024/45624-1-2. Recorded June 11, 1928.



23 3B1. Dippermouth Blues (King Oliver)

King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band: Joseph King Oliver, Louis Armstrong-co, Honore

Dutrey-tb, Johnny Dodds-cl, Lilian Hardin Armstrong-p, Bud Scott-bjo, Bill Johnson-b,

Baby Dodds-dr,

Gennett 5132/11389-B. Recorded in Richmond, Indiana, April 6, 1923.

24 5B2. Sugarfoot Stomp (Dippermouth Blues) (King Oliver)

King Oliver and His Dixie Syncopators: Joseph „King“ Oliver, Bob Schoffner-tp,

Kid Ory-tb, Albert Nicholas, Billy Page, Barney Bigard-cl/sax, Luis Russell-p,

Bud Scott-bjo, Bert Cobb-tu, Paul Barbarin-dr.

Vocalion 1033/C-370 Chicago, May 29, 1926.

25 11. Sugarfoot Stomp (Armstrong-Oliver)

Benny Goodman & His Orchestra: Harry James, Ziggy Elman, Gordon Griffin-tp, Red

Ballard, Murray McEachern-tb, Hymie Schertzer, George Koenig-as, Arthur Rollini,

Vido Musso-ts, Jess Stacy-p, Allan Reuss-g, Harry Goodman-b, Gene Krupa-dr,

Fletcher Henderson-arr

Victor 25678/OA 09689-1-2. CD Phonodor31072. Hollywood, September 6, 1937.



26 16. Dipper Mouth Blues (Joe Oliver-Louis Armstrong)

Glenn Miller & His Orchestra: Johnny Austin, Bob Price, Gasparre Rabito-tp, Glenn

Miller-tb, arr, Bob Jenney, Al Mastren-tb, Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz-cl, as, Stanley

Aronson-as, bs, Tex Beneke, Sol Kane-ts, Chummy McGregor-p, Rolly Bundock-b,



Bob Spangler-dr, orchestra-chant.

Brunswick/B.22975-2 (prev. unissued master). CD Col. 471656. New York, May 23, 1938.


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