Eric Bascom Collection Of Jazz Recordings

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Special Collections andUniversity ArchivesUMass Amherst Libraries Eric Bascom Collection of Jazz Recordings1921-197814 boxes (10 linear feet)Call no.: MS 882About SCUASCUA homeCredo digitalScopeInventoryPhonographsPiano rollsAdmin infoDownloadxml versionprint version (pdf)Read collection overviewWhen he was fifteen or sixteen, Eric Bascom’s life changed forever when he saw renowned jazz guitarist Wes Montgomeryperform. Though Bascom had been playing guitar himself since he was young, seeing Montgomery opened his eyes to acompletely new way of playing guitar and a completely new approach to music. Since that time, Bascom has been an avidlistener, collector, and practitioner of jazz. He is currently performing as the Eric Bascom Trio with Ed Brainerd and GenevieveRose.The Eric Bascom Collection of Jazz Recordings consists of hundreds of jazz 78 rpm records from the 1940s and 1950s, including a

number of 78 books with beautifully illustrated covers. In addition to the records are player piano rolls, several of which werepunched by Fats Waller, and a portable Walters Conley Phonola 78 record player.See similar SCUA collections:JazzPerforming artsBackground on Eric BascomWhen he was fifteen or sixteen, Eric Bascom’s life changedforever when he saw renowned jazz guitarist Wes Montgomeryperform. Though Bascom had been playing guitar himself sincehe was young, seeing Montgomery opened his eyes to acompletely new way of playing guitar and a completely newapproach to music. Since that time, Bascom has been an avidlistener, collector, and practitioner of jazz. He is currentlyperforming as the Eric Bascom Trio with Ed Brainerd andGenevieve Rose.Scope of collectionThe Eric Bascom Collection of Jazz Recordings consists ofhundreds of jazz 78 rpm records from the 1940s and 1950s,including a number of 78 books with beautifully illustratedcovers. In addition to the records are player piano rolls, severalof which were punched by Fats Waller, and a portable WaltersConley Phonola 78 record player.Slim Gaillard and Bam Brown, "Opera in Vout," 1946.Illustration by David Stone Martin.ArrangementThe collection is organized into two series:Series 1. PhonographsSeries 2. Piano RollsInventoryPhonographs1921-1978Al Casey and his Sextet: How High the Moon; Sometimes I'm Happy1945Box 8Capitol: The History of Jazz Vol. 3: Then Came Swing.Al Duffy and the Rhythmasters: Salut a Pesth; Poet & Peasant's Overture1944Box 9Musicraft: Hot Fiddle Classics.Al Duffy and the Rhythmasters: Raymond Overture; Light Cavalry Overture1944Box 9Musicraft: Hot Fiddle Classics.Al Duffy and the Rhythmasters: Poupee Valsante; Le Secret1944Box 9Musicraft: Hot Fiddle Classics.Al Duffy and the Rhythmasters: Anitra's Dance; Danza Delle Ore1944

Box 9Musicraft: Hot Fiddle Classics.Al Haig Quartet: Skull Buster; Ante-Room1949Box 2SeecoAlstone: Black-Black-Joe; Cinquieme AvenueundatedBox 7RCA VictorAndrews Sisters: Sleigh Ride; Telephone Song1950Box 1DeccaAndy Kirk and his Twelve Clouds of Joy: Until the Real Thing Comes Along; Walkin' and Swingin'1936Box 10Decca: Personal Record Album.Art Van Damme Quintette: The Touch of Your Lips; Ain't it Awful1955Box 6CapitolArthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith and his Cracker-Jacks: I'm Afraid of Wimmin'; I.H. Boogieca. 1950Box 5MGMArthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith and his Cracker-Jacks: Hot Rod Race; Rhumba Boogie1951Box 5MGMArtie Shaw and his Orchestra: Jingle Bells; White Christmas1950Box 3DeccaAuld-Hawkins-Webster Saxtet: Uptown Lullaby; Salt Peanuts1944Box 5ApolloAuld-Hawkins-Webster Saxtet: Porgy; Pick-Up Boys1944Box 7ApolloAuld, Georgie: Tenderly; Blue and Sentimental1952BoxCoral: Personal Record Album.Barney Bigard Sextet: Can't Help Lovin' That Man; Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone1945Box 7Black & WhiteBen Webster with Johnny Guarnieri, Oscar Pettiford, and David Booth: I Surrender Dear; Kat's Fur

1946Box 8Savoy: Savoy Records: Tenor Sax Set album no. 2.Ben Webster with Johnny Guarnieri, Oscar Pettiford, and David Booth: Honeysuckle Rose; Blue Skies1946Box 8Savoy: Savoy Records: Tenor Sax Set.Benny Carter and his All Star Orchestra: I'm the Caring Kind; Some Of These Days1946Box 7DeluxeBenny Carter and his Orchestra: What a Diff'rence a Day Made; Cuddle Up, Huddle Up1938Box 1BluebirdBenny Carter and his Orchestra: Serenade to a Sarong; Pom Pom1940Box 1DeccaBenny Carter and his Orchestra: Night Hop; O.K. For BabyundatedBox 7DeccaBenny Carter and his Orchestra: I Surrender Dear; Malibu1945Box 1CapitolBenny Goodman and his Orchestra: Solo Flight; The World is Waiting for Sunrise1944Box 9Columbia: Personal Record Album.Benny Goodman and his Orchestra: I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby; Fiesta in Blue1944Box 9Columbia: Personal Record Album.Benny Goodman and his Orchestra: Honeysuckle Rose; Spring Song1950Box 9Columbia: Personal Record Album.Benny Goodman and his Orchestra: Air Mail Special; Tuesday at Ten1941Box 9Columbia: Personal Record Album.Benny Goodman Quartet and Trio: Dizzy Spells; Sweet Lorraine1938Box 3RCA VictorBenny Goodman Sextet: The Wang Wang Blues; As Long As I Live1944Box 8Columbia: Benny Goodman Sextet set c-105.

Benny Goodman Sextet: Slipped Disc; Oomph Fah Fah1945Box 9Columbia: Personal Record Album.Benny Goodman Sextet: Seven Come Eleven; Shivers1939Box 9Columbia: Personal Record Album.Benny Goodman Sextet: Royal Garden Blues; Wholly Cats1951Box 9Columbia: Personal Record Album.Benny Goodman Sextet: Rose Room; Air Mail Special1944Box 8Columbia: Benny Goodman Sextet set c-101.Benny Goodman Sextet: Rose Room; Air Mail Special1944Box 8Columbia: Benny Goodman Sextet set c-102.Benny Goodman Sextet: Rose Room; Air Mail Special1944Box 8Columbia: Benny Goodman Sextet set c-103.Benny Goodman Sextet: Poor Butterfly; Grand Slam1944Box 8Columbia: Benny Goodman Sextet set c-104.Benny Goodman Sextet: Poor Butterfly; The Sheik1940Box 9Columbia: Personal Record Album.Benny Goodman Sextet: Oh Babe; Walkin' With the BluesundatedBox 3ColumbiaBenny Goodman Sextet: Breakfast Feud; I Found a New Baby1940Box 9Columbia: Personal Record Album.Benny Goodman Sextet: All the Cats Join In; Don't Be A Baby, Baby1946Box 9Columbia: Personal Record Album.Benny Goodman Sextet: After You've Gone; Body and Soul1945Box 3ColumbiaBenny Strong and his Orchestra: That Certain Party; My Best Girl1948Box 3

TowerBig Bill: All By Myself; Double Trouble1939Box 2ColumbiaBig Sid Catlett's Band: Just You, Just Me; Henderson Romp1948Box 7CapitolBilly Butterfield and his Orchestra: Somebody Loves Me; Nice Work if You Can Get It1945Box 9Capitol: Billy Butterfield Plays Gershwin.Billy Butterfield and his Orchestra: Oh, Lady Be Good; Someone to Watch Over Me1945Box 9Capitol: Billy Butterfield Plays Gershwin.Billy Butterfield and his Orchestra: It Ain't Necessarily So; Maybe1945Box 9Capitol: Billy Butterfield Plays Gershwin.Billy Butterfield and his Orchestra: Do It Again; They Can't Take That Away from Me1945Box 9Capitol: Billy Butterfield Plays Gershwin.Billy Eckstine with the Metronome All-Stars: St. Louis Blues Part I; St. Louis Blues Part II1953Box 5MGMBob M. and Joe M.: Get Giddy; N/A1948Box 5n/a: "audition" on self-titled label.Boston Pops Orchestra: The Glow Worm Turns; TV-Ana1954Box 5RCA VictorBoston Pops Orchestra: Salute to our Fighting Forces; Salute to our Fighting Forces1944Box 5RCA VictorBoston Pops Orchestra: Chicken Reel; Fiddle Faddle1954Box 5RCA VictorBoyd Raeburn and his Orchestra: Summertime; March of the Boyds1945Box 7GuildBoyd Raeburn and his Orchestra: March of the Boyds; A Night in Tunisia1945

Box 7MusicraftBrother Bones and his Shadows: Sweet Georgia Brown; Margie1949Box 7TempoBud Freeman and his Orchestra: Where Have You Been?; I Got Rhythm1945Box 5MajesticBud Freeman and his Summa Cum Laude Orchestra: The Eel; China Boy1939Box 5BluebirdBud Freeman and his Windy City Five: What is There to Say?; Keep Smiling at Trouble1940Box 5DeccaBud Freeman and his Windy City Five: Tillie's Downtown Now; The Buzzard1935Box 5DeccaBuddy DeFranco and his Orchestra: Body and Soul; Rumpus Room1951Box 7MGMBuddy Greco and the Sharps: Scratch My Back; Keep Me in Mind1948Box 3MusicraftBuddy Rich and his Orchestra: Ready to Go Steady; Oop-Bop-Sha-Bam1946Box 7MercuryBunny Berigan and his Orchestra: Heigh Ho; Piano Tuner Man1937Box 1RCA VictorBunny Berigan and his Orchestra: Ebb Tide; Gee But It's Great to Meet a Friend1937Box 1RCA VictorBunny Berigan and his Orchestra: Caravan; A Study in Brown1937Box 2RCA VictorCab Calloway and his Band: Minnie the Moocher; Cocaine1946Box ex.ColumbiaCab Calloway and his Orchestra: The Jumpin' Jive; Trylon Swing

1939Box 1VocalionCab Calloway and his Orchestra: The Honeydripper; If This Isn't Love1945Box 1ColumbiaCab Calloway and his Orchestra: Hi-De-Ho Man (That's Me); Necessity1934Box 1ColumbiaCab Calloway and his Orchestra: Hey Now, Hey Now; I Got a Gal Named Nettie1946Box 1ColumbiaCab Calloway and his Orchestra: Boog It; Chop, Chop, Charlie Chan1940Box 1VocalionCab Calloway and his Orchestra: A Blue Serge Suit With a Belt in the Back; Afternoon Moon1946Box 1ColumbiaCapitol International Jazzmen: You Can Depend on Me; Stormy Weather1945Box 3CapitolCarmichael, Hoagy: Hong Kong Blues; Star Dust1929Box 2DeccaCharles Ventura Quartet: Dark Eyes; Ever So Thoughtful1945Box 6SavoyCharley Shavers and his All American Five: My Man; El Salon de Gutbucket1944Box 6KeynoteCharlie Parker Quartet: Bird's Nest; Dark Shadows1945-1947Box 2Dial: date approximate (recorded with Dial from 1945-47).Charlie Ventura and his Orchestra: Ha; High on an Open Mic1950Box 7RCA VictorCharlie Ventura's Quintette: Charlie Comes On; Jack-Pot1945Box 3Savoy

Chevalier, Maurice: Moonlight Saving Time; Right Now1931Box 4RCA VictorChicago All Stars: Hey Hey Big Mama; No No Baby1947Box 7ColumbiaChick Webb and his Orchestra: A-Tisket, A-Tasket; Liza1938Box 6DeccaChocolate Dandies: Dee Blues; Bugle Call Rag1930Box 7ColumbiaChristian, Charlie: Stompin' at the Savoy - Part III; Charlie's Choice - Part I1941Box 8Vox: Vox Presents Charlie Christian: Stompin' at the Savoy - Charlie's Choice.Christian, Charlie: Stompin' at the Savoy - Part II; Charlie's Choice - Part II1941Box 8Vox: Vox Presents Charlie Christian: Stompin' at the Savoy - Charlie's Choice.Christian, Charlie: Stompin' at the Savoy - Part I; Charlie's Choice - Part III1941Box 8Vox: Vox Presents Charlie Christian: Stompin' at the Savoy - Charlie's Choice.Chu Berry and his Jazz Ensemble: Chuberry Jam; Maelstrom1937Box 2ColumbiaChu Berry and his Jazz Ensemble: Blowing Up a Breeze; Monday at Minton's1941Box 2CommodoreChubby Jackson Sextet: I Gotcha Covered; Popsie1944Box 6QueenChubby Jackson Sextet: Bass Face; Don't Get Too Wild, Child1947Box 5QueenClaude Thornill and his Orchestra: Where or When; Snowfall1941Box 6ColumbiaClaude Thornill and his Orchestra: Snowfall; Autumn Nocturne1941Box 1

ColumbiaClaude Williamson Trio: Woody'n You; All God's Chillun Got Rhythmca. 1954Box 6CapitolCole, Nat "King": Walkin'; I'm Hurtin'1951Box 5CapitolCole, Nat "King": The Little Boy That Santa Claus Forgot; Mrs. Clausca. 1953Box 5CapitolCole, Nat "King": A Weaver of Dreams; Wine, Women, and Song1951Box 5CapitolColeman Hawkins and his All-Star "Jam" Band: Honeysuckle Rose; Crazy Rhythm1937Box 2RCA VictorColeman Hawkins and his All-Star "Jam" Band: Honeysuckle Rose; Crazy Rhythm1937Box 10RCA Victor: Personal Record Album.Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra: She's Funny That Way; Meet Doctor Foo1939Box 2BluebirdColeman Hawkins and his Orchestra: Jumping for Jane; Half Step Down, Please1948Box 8RCA Victor: Bebop: An Album of Modern Jazz.Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra: Body and Soul; It Had to be You1939Box 2Bluebird: B-Side artist: Earl Hines and his Orchestra.Coleman Hawkins Quartet: Night and Day; Flamethrower1944Box 2Keynote: date approximate.Coleman Hawkins with Cozy Cole Orchestra: Ridin the Riff; Flat Rock1946Box 8Savoy: Savoy Records: Tenor Sax Set album no. 5.Coleman Hawkins with Cozy Cole's All Stars: On the Sunny Side of the Street; Stompin' at the Savoy1946Box 8Savoy: Savoy Records: Tenor Sax Set.Coleman Hawkins' Orchestra: Stuffy; It's the Talk of the Town1945

Box 2CapitolCollins, Al "Jazzbo": Three Little Pigs; Little Red Riding Hood1943Box 7Brunswick: with Lou Stein at the piano.Collins, Al "Jazzbo": Little Red Riding Hood; Three Little Pigs1953Box 2BrunswickCootie Williams and his Orchestra: Juice Head Baby; Salt Lake City Bounce1945Box 5CapitolCount Basie and his All-American Rhythm Section: Sugar Blues; Bugle Blues1942, 1944Box 1ColumbiaCount Basie and his All-American Rhythm Section: St. Louis Blues; Caf Society Blues1941Box 9Columbia: Boogie Woogie set c-45.Count Basie and his All-American Rhythm Section: Royal Garden Blues; How Long Blues1942Box 1ColumbiaCount Basie and his All-American Rhythm Section: Farewell Blues; Way Back Blues1942Box 1ColumbiaCount Basie and his All-American Rhythm Section: Café Society Blues; St. Louis Blues1942Box 1ColumbiaCount Basie and his Orchestra: Robin's Nest; Your Red Wagon1947Box 1RCA VictorCount Basie and his Orchestra: Patience and Fortitude; The Mad Boogie1946Box 1ColumbiaCount Basie and his Orchestra: One O'Clock Jump; John's Idea1943Box 1DeccaCount Basie and his Orchestra: Miss Thing - Part I; Miss Thing - Part II1939Box 1VocalionCount Basie and his Orchestra: Let Me See; Basie Boogie

1939Box 3OkehCount Basie and his Orchestra: Jumpin at the Woodside; Dark Rapture1938Box 1DeccaCount Basie and his Orchestra: Jivin' Joe Jackson; Queer Street1945Box 3ColumbiaCount Basie and his Orchestra: Jimmy's Blues; Taps Miller1944Box 1ColumbiaCount Basie and his Orchestra: I Struck a Match in the Dark; Platterbrains1941Box 3OkehCount Basie and his Orchestra: High Tide; Lazy Lady Blues1946Box 1ColumbiaCount Basie and his Orchestra: Fla-ga-la-pa; Mutton Leg1946Box 1ColumbiaCount Basie and his Orchestra: Blue Skies; The King1946Box 3ColumbiaCount Basie and his Orchestra: Blow Top; Gone With "What" Wind1940Box 1OkehCount Basie Kansas City Seven: Dickie's Dream; Lester Leaps In1939Box 3VocalionCozy Cole's All-Stars: When Day is Done; The Beat1944/1946Box 2ContinentalCozy Cole's All-Stars: Take it on Back; Willow Weep for Me1945Box 2ContinentalCozy Cole's All-Stars: Look Here; I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance With You1944/1945Box 2Continental

Crosby, Bing: White Christmas; Let's Start The New Year Right1942Box 5DeccaCrosby, Bing: When You Dream About Hawaii; Sail Along, Silv'ry Moon1940Box 10Decca: Favorite Hawaiian Songs.Crosby, Bing: Sweet Leilani; Blue Hawaii1940Box 10Decca: Favorite Hawaiian Songs.Crosby, Bing: My Isle of Golden Dreams; To You, Sweetheart, Aloha1940Box 10Decca: Favorite Hawaiian Songs.Crosby, Bing: Hawaiian Paradise; South Sea Island Magic1940Box 10Decca: Favorite Hawaiian Songs.Crosby, Bing: Can I Forget You; The Folks Who Live on the Hill1942Box 7Decca: with John Scott Trotter and Orchestra.David Rose and his Orchestra: The Flying Horse; Tenderly1951Box 7MGMDavid Rose and his Orchestra: Stardust; Sentimental Journey1948Box 7MGMDavid Rose and his Orchestra: Holiday for Strings; Deserted City1947Box 7MGMDavid Rose and his Orchestra: Gay Spirits; How High the Moon1947Box 7MGMDelta Rhythm Boys and Les Paul Trio: A One-Sided Affair; What Would It Takeca. 1941Box 2DeccaDinah Shore with Orchestra: Blues in the Night; Sometimes1942Box 6BluebirdDixie Stompers: Ain't She Sweet; Snag It1927Box 4

Velvet ToneDizzie Gillespie and his Orchestra: Cubana Be; Cubana Bop1948Box 8RCA Victor: Bebop: An Album of Modern Jazz.Dizzie Gillespie Sextet: Salted Peanuts; Be-Bop1945Box 3ManorDizzy Gillespie and his All Star Quintette: Lover Man; Shaw 'Nuff1945Box 3MusicraftDizzy Gillespie and his All Star Quintette: Lover Man; Shaw 'Nuff1945Box 3GuildDizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra: Two Bass Hit; Stay On It1947Box 3RCA VictorDizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra: Ow!; Oop-Pop-A-Da1946Box 3RCA VictorDizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra: Ool-Ya-Koo; Good Bait1947Box 3RCA VictorDizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra: Minor Walk; Algo Bueno1947Box 3RCA VictorDizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra: Lover, Come Back to Me; Guarachi Guaro1948Box 3RCA VictorDon Byas Quintette: How High the Moon; Ko Ko1945Box 1SavoyDon Byas with Charlie Shavers, Slam Stewart, Clyde Hart, and Jimmy Parker: Worried and Blue; Riffin and Jivin1946Box 8Savoy: Savoy Records: Tenor Sax Set album no. 4.Don Byas with Charlie Shavers, Slam Stewart, Clyde Hart, and Jimmy Parker: Don's Idea; What Do You Want With My Heart?1946Box 8Savoy: Savoy Records: Tenor Sax Set.Don Wilson with the Starlighters: Little Toot1948

BoxCapitol: from Walt Disney's "Melody Time".Donigan, Dorothy: Piano Boogie; Every Day Blues1941Box 7BluebirdDuke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra: What Good Would it Do?; Chelsea Bridge1942Box 4RCA VictorDuke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra: Take the "A" Train; The Sidewalks of New York1941Box 4RCA VictorDuke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra: Rocks in My Bed; Bli-Blip1941Box 4RCA VictorDuke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra: Perdido; Rain Check1941Box 6RCA VictorDuke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra: My Heart Sings; Carnegie Blues1945Box 10RCA Victor: Personal Record Album.Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra: Moon Mist; The "C" Jam Blues1942Box 4RCA VictorDuke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra: Hyde Park; Ain't Misbehavin'1933Box 10Decca: Personal Record Album.Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra: Hayfoot, Strawfoot; Sherman Shuffle1942Box 6RCA VictorDuke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra: Fancy Dan; The Hawk Talks1951Box 6ColumbiaDuke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra: Every Hour on the Hour; Time's A-Wastin'1945Box 6RCA VictorDuke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra: Don't Get Around Much Anymore; Cotton Tail1942Box 6RCA VictorDuke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra: Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me; Chlo-E

1943Box 4RCA VictorDuke Ellington and his Harlem Footwarmers: Big House Blues; Rocky Mountain Blues1930Box 4ColumbiaDuke Ellington and his Orchestra: Keep a Song in Your Soul; Diga Diga Do1931Box 4BluebirdDuke Ellington with Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra: The Minor Goes Muggin'; Tonight I Shall Sleep1946Box 4RCA VictorDurante, Jimmy: G'wan Home, Your Mudder's Callin'; There are Two Sides to Ev'ry Girl1946Box 7Majestic: with Eddie Jackson, orchestra directed by Ted Dale.Earl Bostic and his Orchestra: Steamwhistle Jump; The Sheik of Araby1952Box 7KingEarl Hines and his Orchestra: Up Jumped the Devil; Southside1941Box 4BluebirdEarl Hines and his Orchestra: Riff Medley; X Y Z1939Box 6BluebirdEarl Hines and his Orchestra: I Never Dreamt; Swingin' on "C"1941Box 6BluebirdEarl Hines and his Orchestra: Boogie Woogie on St. Louis Blues; Number 191949Box 4BluebirdEarl Hines and his Sextet: Trouble, Trouble; Design for Jiving1944Box 6ApolloEarl Hines and Sextet: Blues on My Weary Mind; I'll Get By1946Box 4ApolloElla Fitzgerald and her Famous Orchestra: My Man; Who Are You1941Box 10Decca: Personal Record Album.

Ella Fitzgerald and her Savoy Eight : What Do You Know About Love?; If You Only Knew1938Box 6DeccaElla Fitzgerald and her Savoy Eight : Organ Grinder's Swing; Shine1936Box 6DeccaElla Fitzgerald and her Savoy Eight : If You Ever Change Your Mind; If Anything Happened to You1939Box 6DeccaElla Fitzgerald, Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five: Stone Cold Dead in the Market; Petootie Pie1945Box 6DeccaErskine Hawkins and his Orchestra: Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams; So Long, Shorty1942Box 3BluebirdErskine Hawkins and his Orchestra: Tuxedu Junction; Gin Mill Special1940Box 3BluebirdErskine Hawkins and his Orchestra: Let's Have Fun Tonight; Good Dip1946Box 3RCA VictorErskine Hawkins and his Orchestra: King Porter Stomp; Lucky Seven1939Box 1BluebirdErskine Hawkins and his Orchestra: Don't Cry, Baby; Bear-Mash Blues1943Box 1BluebirdErskine Hawkins and his Orchestra: After Hours; Song of the Wanderer1940Box 3BluebirdEubie Blake and his Shuffle Along Orchestra: Baltimore Buzz; Bandana Days1921Box 7RCA Victor: Victor records was still independent at this time.Fitzgerald, Ella: Robbin's Nest; No Sense1948Box 6DeccaFitzgerald, Ella: Oh, Lady Be Good; Flying Home1945Box 6

Decca: with Bob Haggart and his Orchestra.Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra: St. Louis Shuffle; Variety Stomp1927Box 2BluebirdFletcher Henderson and his Orchestra: Hocus Pocus; Tidal Wave1934Box 2BluebirdFletcher Henderson and his Orchestra: Grand Terrace Rythym; Riffin'1936Box 2RCA VictorFlip Phillips Fliptet: Skyscraper; Pappilloma1945Box 7SignatureFour Tophatters: Go Baby Go; Leave-A My Girl Alone1955Box 7CadenceFrankie Trumbauer and his Orchestra: I'm Coming Virginia; Singin' the Blues1936Box 2BrunswickFreddie Slack and his Orchestra: Southpaw Serenade; Strange Cargo1945Box: Freddie Slack's Boogie Woogie.Freddie Slack and his Orchestra: Kitten on the Keys; Bashful Baby Blues1945Box: Freddie Slack's Boogie Woogie.Freddie Slack and his Orchestra: Blackout Boogie; A Cat's Ninth Life1945Box: Freddie Slack's Boogie Woogie.Freddie Slack and his Orchestra: Behind the Eight Beat; Rib Joint1945Box: Freddie Slack's Boogie Woogie.Freeman, Bud and McKinley, Ray: The Atomic Era; I'm Wild About Harry1945Box 5MajesticGaillard, Slim: Yep roc heresey; Potato chips1948Box ex.AtomicGarner, Erroll: What is This Thing Called Love?; No Moon1950

Box 4RoostGarner, Erroll: There's a Small Hotel; Rosalie1954Box 3MercuryGarner, Erroll: The Fighting Cocks; A Lick and a Promise1944Box 4CenturyGarner, Erroll: Skylark; I Can't Give You Anything But Love1949Box 4AtlanticGarner, Erroll: On the Sunny Side of the Street; Everything Happens to Me1949Box 4SavoyGarner, Erroll: Lullaby of the Leaves; Margie1950Box 4AtlanticGarner, Erroll: I Only Have Eyes for You; I Can't Believe that You're in Love With Me1950Box 4SavoyGeorge Shearing and his Quintet: Tenderly; Summertime1950BoxMGM: You're Hearing George Shearing and his Quintet.George Shearing and his Quintet: Strolling; Changing With the Times1950BoxMGM: You're Hearing George Shearing and his Quintet.George Shearing and his Quintet: Someone to Watch Over Me; The Man from Minton's1956BoxLondon: You're Hearing George Shearing and his Quintet.George Shearing and his Quintet: September in the Rain; East of the Sun1950BoxMGM: You're Hearing George Shearing and his Quintet.George Shearing and his Quintet: Quintessence; I'll Be Around1950BoxMGM: You're Hearing George Shearing and his Quintet.George Shearing and his Quintet: Pick Yourself Up; Roses of Picardy1950BoxMGM: You're Hearing George Shearing and his Quintet.George Shearing and his Quintet: I Remember You; The Breeze and I

1950BoxMGM: You're Hearing George Shearing and his Quintet.George Shearing and his Quintet: For You; Little White Lies1950BoxMGM: You're Hearing George Shearing and his Quintet.George Shearing and his Quintet: Brain Wave; Don't Blame Me1950BoxMGM: You're Hearing George Shearing and his Quintet.George Shearing and his Quintet: As Long as There's Music; November Sea Scape1950BoxMGM: You're Hearing George Shearing and his Quintet.George Shearing Quintette: September in the Rain; Bop, Look, and Listen1949Box 6MGMGeorge Shearing Quintette: I'll Remember April; Jumping with Symphony Sid1950Box 7MGMGeorge Shearing Quintette: I Didn't Know What Time it Was; How's Trix1950Box 6MGMGeorge Shearing Trio: To Be or Not To Bop; Poincianna1949Box 6LondonGeorge Shearing Trio: The Fourth Deuce; The Nearness of Youca. 1958Box 6LondonGeorge Shearing Trio: I Only Have Eyes for You; Consternation1950Box 6LondonGeorgie Auld and his Orchestra: You Haven't Changed At All; Daily Double1946Box 7MusicraftGeorgie Auld and his Orchestra: Time on My Hands; Let's Jump1945Box 7MusicraftGeorgie Auld and his Orchestra: Just You, Just Me; I Don't Know Why1946Box 7Musicraft

Georgie Auld and his Orchestra: It Had to be You; Georgie PorgieundatedBox 1Musicraft: Broken.Georgie Auld and his Orchestra: I Can't Get Started Part I; I Can't Get Started Part II1946BoxApollo: Personal Record Album.Georgie Auld and his Orchestra: Here Comes Heaven Again; Airmail Special1946Box 7MusicraftGeorgie Auld and his Orchestra: Co-Pilot; I'll Never be the Same1945Box 7GuildGeorgie Auld and his Orchestra: A Hundred Years from Today; Route 661946Box 7Musicraft: featuring vocals by Sarah Vaughan.Gerry Mulligan Quartet: Soft Shoe; Walkin' Shoes1952Box 7Pacific JazzGerry Mulligan Quartet: Line for Lyons; Carioca1953Box 2FantasyGerry Mulligan Quartet: Frenesi; Nights at the Turntable1952Box 2Pacific JazzGerry Mulligan Quartet: Bernie's Tune; Lullaby of the Leaves1952Box 2Pacific JazzGerry Mulligan Quartet: Aren't You Glad You're You; Freeway1952Box 2Pacific JazzGillespie, Dizzy: I Can't Get Started; Good Bait1945Box 3ColumbiaGinny Simms and her Orchestra: I Walk Alone; Melancholy Lullaby1951Box 10Vocalion: Favorite Hawaiian Songs.Glenn Miller and his Orchestra: Pennsylvania Six-Five Thousand; Rug Cutter's Swing1940Box 3

BluebirdGlenn Miller and his Orchestra: Pennsylvania Six-Five Thousand; Rug Cutter's Swing1940Box 5BluebirdGlenn Miller and his Orchestra: Kalamazoo; At Last1942Box 3RCA VictorGlenn Miller and his Orchestra: Jingle Bells; Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town1941Box 3BluebirdGlenn Miller and his Orchestra: Jingle Bells; Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town1941Box 5BluebirdGlenn Miller and his Orchestra: It Must be Jelly; Rainbow Rhapsody1942Box 4RCA VictorGlenn Miller and his Orchestra: Elmer's Tune; Delilah1941Box 4Bluebird: Broken.Gordon Jenkins and his Orchestra and Chorus: The Party; New York's My Home1946Box: Manhattan Tower.Gordon Jenkins and his Orchestra and Chorus: Magical City; Love in a Tower1946Box: Manhattan Tower.Granz, Norman: Perdido Part I; Perdido Part II1949BoxMercury: Jazz at the Philharmonic vol. 10.Granz, Norman: Endido Part II; Endido Part III1949BoxMercury: Jazz at the Philharmonic vol. 12.Granz, Norman: Endido Part I; Endido Part IV1949BoxMercury: Jazz at the Philharmonic vol. 11.Granz, Norman: Blues Part I; Blues Part II1946Box: WNEW Saturday Night Swing Session vol. 1.Green, George Hamilton: Triplets; Rainbow Ripples1926

Box 3RCA Victor: Victor records was still independent at this time.Griffin, Lyle: Wolf Song; Strictly for Kicks1946Box 3AtomicGuarnieri, Johnny: Body and Soul; Nobody's Sweetheart1946Box 3MajesticGuy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians : You're Always Sure of My Love For You; You're Driving Me Crazy1930Box 4ColumbiaGuy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians : Lazy Louisiana Moon; The Moon is Low1930Box 4ColumbiaGuy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians : Good Night Sweetheart; I Wouldn't Change You for the World1931Box 4ColumbiaHarry James and the Boogie Woogie Trio: Boogie Woogie Woo-Woo; Boogie Woogie Woo-Woo1941Box 9Columbia: Boogie Woogie set c-44.Herbie Fields and his Orchestra: Misirlou; Baby Made a Change in Me1947Box 7RCA VictorHerbie Fields and his Orchestra: Jalousie; Among My Souvenirs1946Box 7RCA VictorHerbie Fields and his Orchestra: A Huggin' and A Chalkin'; Blue Fields1946Box 5RCA VictorHerbie Fields Quintet: Rainbow Mood; Dardanella1947Box 7RCA VictorHerbie Fields Swingsters: How Herbie Feels; Jumpin' for Savoy1945Box 7SavoyHerbie Haymer Quintet: Black Market Stuff; Laguna Leap1945Box 3SunsetHigh Hatters: Send for Me; Ten Cents a Dance

1930Box 4RCA VictorHigh Hatters: In My Little Hope Chest; Sing You Sinners1930Box 4RCA VictorHoliday, Billie: What is This Thing Called Love?; Don't Explain1945Box 2DeccaHoliday, Billie: Them There Eyes; Body and Soul1947Box 2ColumbiaHot Lips Page and his Orchestra: Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You; The Lady in Bed1945Box 2ContinentalIllinois Jaquet and his All-Stars: Jet Propulsion; Try Me One More Time1948Box 6RCA VictorIllinois Jaquet and his All-Stars: Bottoms Up; Ghost of a Chance1945Box 5ApolloIsham Jones' Juniors: Nola; Fan It1936Box 5DeccaJ & B: Street SceneundatedBox 1: "audition" on self-titled label.J. M.: IST News CastundatedBox 5: recording from The Drum Shop and Temple of Music in Springfield, MA.James "Trummie" Young's All Stars: Seventh Avenue; Sorta Kinda1940Box 1ContinentalJan Savitt and his Top Hatters : Quaker City Jazz; Sugar Foot Stomp1938Box 6BluebirdJerry Jerome and his Cats and Jammers: When I Grow Too Old to Dream; Arsenic and Old Face1944Box 5Asch

Jess Stacy and his Orchestra: Daybreak Serenade; It's Only a Paper Moon1945Box 6RCA VictorJimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra: White Heat; Jazznocracy1934Box 2BluebirdJimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra: Put it Away; Uptown Blues1939Box 2VocalionJimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra: Oh Why, Oh Why; I Love You1939Box 2VocalionJimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra: Knock Me a Kiss; Strictly Instrumental1942Box 2DeccaJimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra: I Love You; Ain't She Sweet1939Box 2ColumbiaJimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra: Hittin' the Bottle; Dream of You1935Box 2DeccaJimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra: Chocolate; Battle Axe1941Box 2DeccaJimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra: Cement Mixer; Just Once Too Often1946Box 2MajesticJimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra: Blues in the Night - Part I; Blues in the Night - Part II1941Box 2DeccaJimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra: Blues in the Night - Part I; Blues in the Night - Part II1941Box 2DeccaJoe Bushkin Sextet: Pickin' at the Pic; Georgia on My Mind1944Box 7CommodoreJoe Daniels and his Hot Shots in "Drumnasticks": Arkansas Blues; The Darktown Strutters' BallundatedBox 7

DeccaJoe Venuti and his New Yorkers: I'm on the Crest of a Wave; Pickin' Cotton1928Box 2OkehJohn Hardee Quintet: Lunatic; Can't Help Lovin' That Man1947Box 3SavoyJohn Kirby and his Orchestra: Rose Room; 20th Century Closet1940BoxColumbia: Personal Record Album.Johnny Guarnieri Trio: Bowing Singing Slam; Gliss Me Again1944Box 1SavoyJohnny Hodges and his Orchestra: Tired Socks; Skunk Hollow BluesundatedBox 3VocalionJohnny Hodges and his Orchestra: That's the Blues Old Man; Good Queen Bess1941Box 6BluebirdJohnny Hodges and his Orchestra: Passion Flower; Going Out the Back Way1944Box 6BluebirdJohnny Hodges and his Orchestra: I Know What You Do; Dream Blues1939Box 6VocalionJohnny Hodg

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