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Ramsey, Frederic 1915-1995  Search this
Oliver, King 1885-1938  Search this
Pierce, Charles  Search this
Mares, Paul 1900-1949  Search this
Beiderbecke, Bix 1903-1931  Search this
Teschemacher, Frank 1906-1932  Search this
Mares and His Friar's Society Orchestra  Search this
King Oliver's Jazz Band  Search this
New Orleans Rhythm Kings (1922-1925)  Search this
Wolverines (Musical group)  Search this
Charles Pierce's Orchestra  Search this
Stomp Six  Search this
Chicago Rhythm Kings  Search this
Bix Beiderbecke's Gang  Search this
Frank Teschemacher's Chicagoans  Search this
McKenzie-Condon's Chicagoans (Musical group)  Search this
Album cover design:
Clyne, Ronald 1925-2006  Search this
Physical description:
1 phonograph record : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in
African Americans  Search this
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Phonograph records
Chicago (Ill.)
United States
Program notes by Frederic Ramsey, Jr. (3 p. : ill.) inserted in container.
KING OLIVER'S JAZZ BAND: King Oliver, Louis Armstrong, Cornets; Honore Dutrey, Trombone; Johnny Dodds, Clarinet; Lillian Hardin Armstrong, Piano; Baby Dodds, Drums.
NEW ORLEANS RHYTHM KINGS: Paul Mares, Trumpet; George Brunies, Trombone; Leon Rappolo, Clarinet; Mel Stitzel, Piano; Frank Snyder, Drums.
WOLVERINE ORCHESTRA: Bix Beiderbecke, Cornet; Al Gande, Trombone; George Johnson, Tenor Saxophone; Jimmy Hartwell, Clarinet; Dick Voynow, Piano; Bob Gillette, Banjo; Min Liebrook, Bass; Vic Moore, Drums.
THE STOMP SIX: Muggsy Spanier, cornet; Voltaire De Faut, Clarinet; Gut Carey, Trombone; Marvin Saxbe, Guitar; Joe Gish, Tuba; Mel Stitzel, Piano.
CHICAGO RHYTHM KINGS: Max Kaminshy, Cornet; Floyd O'Brien, Trombone; Pee Wee Russell, Clarinet; Bud Freeman, Tenor Saxophone; Alex Hill, Piano; Eddie Condon, Banjo; Artie Bernstein, String Bass, Sid Catlett, Drums.
PAUL MARES AND HIS FRIARS' SOCIETY ORCHESTRA: Paul Mares, Trumpet; Santo Pecora, Trombone; Omer Simeon, Clarinet; Boyce Brown, Alto Saxophone; Jess Stacy, Piano; Marvin Saxbe, Guitar; Pat Pattison, String Bass; George Wettling, Drums.
BIX BEIDERBECKE AND HIS GANG: Bix Beiderbecke, Cornet; Bill Rank, Trombone; Izzy Friedman, Clarinet; Min Leibrook, Bass Saxophone; Lennie Hayton, Piano. (On "Margie": Frank Signorelli, Piano; Harry Gale, Drums.)
FRANK TESCHEMACHER'S CHICAGOANS: Frank Teschemacher, Clarinet and Alto Saxophone; Rod Cless, Alto Saxophone; Mezz Mezzrow, Tenor Saxophone; Joe Sullivan, Piano; Eddie Condon, Banjo; Jim Lannigan, Bass; Gene Krupa, Drums.
MCKENZIE-CONDON'S CHICAGOANS: Jimmy McPartland, Cornet; Frank Teschemacher, Clarinet; Bud Freeman, Tenor Saxophone; Joe Sullivan, Piano; Eddie Condon, Banjo; Jim Lannigan, Bass; Gene Krupa, Drums.
CHICAGO RHYTHM KINGS: Muggsy Spanier, Cornet; Frank Teschemacher, Clarinet; Mezz Mezzrow, Tenot Saxophone; Joe Sullivan, Piano; Eddie Condon, Banjo; Jimmy Lannigan, Bass; Gene Krupa, Drums; Red McKenzie, Vocal.
Recorded in Chicago between 1923 and 1935.
Track information:
101. Sweet Lovin' Man / King Oliver's Jazz Band
102. Sweet Lovin' Man / New Orleans Rhythm Kings
103. Jazz Me Blues / Wolverine Orchestra
104. Sister Kate / Charles Pierce and His Orchestra
105. Everybody Loves My Baby / The Stomp Six
106. Tennessee Twilight / Chicago Rhythm Kings
107. Maple Leaf Rag / Paul Mares Orchestra Mares and His Friar's Society
201. Somebody Stole My Gal / Bix Beiderbecke and His Gang
202. Margie / Bix Beiderbecke and His Gang
203. Jazz Me Blues / Frank Teschemacher's Chicagoans
204. Sugar / McKenzie-Condon's Chicagoans
205. China Boy / McKenzie-Condon's Chicagoans
206. Nobody's Sweetheart / McKenzie-Condon's Chicagoans
207. There'll Be Some Changes Made / Chicago Rhythm Kings
Publisher number:
FJ 2806 Folkways
Repository Loc.:
Smithsonian Institution, Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections, 600 Maryland Ave., S.W., Suite 2001, Washington, D.C. 20024. Call 202-633-7322 for appointment. Fax: 202-633-7019. Email:
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Local number:
Folkways 2806
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Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections