Bill Coleman (2) Accompanied By Django Reinhardt Stephane Grapelly* • Frank "Big Boy" Goudie Oscar Aleman Herman Chittison Alix Combelle Eddie Brunner Wilson Myers ‎– Recorded In Paris 1936-1938

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DRG Records ‎– DRG - 145
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Recorded In Paris, January 31, 1936
A1 After You've Gone
Bass – Eugene D'Hellemmes*Piano – Herman ChittisonWritten By – Creamer-Layton
2:58
A2 I'm In The Mood For Love
Written By – McHugh-Fields
3:04
A3 Joe Louis Stomp
Bass – Eugene D'Hellemmes*Clarinet – Edgar CouranceDrums – Hurley DiemarEnsemble – Bill Coleman With His Orchesta*Guitar – Oscar AlemanPiano – John Jean Ferrier*Tenor Saxophone – Edgar CouranceWritten By – Coleman
3:10
A4 Coquette
Written By – Lombardo-Kahn
2:48
Recorded In Paris, October 4, 1937
A5 Exactly Like You
Bass – Wilson MyersDrums – Jerry MengoEnsemble – Bill Coleman & Alix Combelle And His Orchestra*Guitar – Roger ChaputPiano – David Martin (10)Tenor Saxophone – Alix CombelleWritten By – McHugh-Fields
3:11
A6 Hangover Blues
Vocals – Bill Coleman (2)Written By – Coleman
3:25
Recorded In Paris, November 12, 1937
A7 Rose Room
Bass – Wilson MyersDrums – Ted FieldsEnsemble – Bill Coleman With His Orchesta*Guitar – Joseph ReinhardtViolin – Stephane Grapelly*Written-By – Hickman*, Williams*
2:50
A8 Indiana
Piano – Stephane Grapelly*Vocals – Bill Coleman (2)Written-By – MacDonald*, Hanley*
2:54
A9 Bill Street Blues
Written By – Coleman
2:50
A10 The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down
Written By – Friend-Franklin
2:49
B1 After You've Gone
Written By – Creamer-Layton
2:58
Recorded In Paris, November 19, 1937
B2 I Ain't Got Nobody
Alto Saxophone – Christian Wagner (2)Bass – Lucien SimoensDrums – Jerry MengoEnsemble – Bill Coleman With His Orchesta*Guitar – Django ReinhardtPiano – Emil SternTenor Saxophone – Frank "Big Boy" Goodie*Written By – Graham-Williams
3:00
B3 Baby, Won't You Please Come Home
Written By – Warfield-Williams
2:58
B4 Big Boy Blues
Clarinet – Christian Wagner (2), Frank "Big Boy" Goodie*Written-By – Goudie*
3:25
B5 Swing Guitar
Written-By – Reinhardt*, Grappelly*
3:05
Recorded In Paris, November 19, 1937
B6 Bill Coleman Blues
Guitar – Django ReinhardtWritten By – Coleman
2:45
Recorded In Paris, June 13, 1938
B7 In A Little Spanish Town
Bass – Roger GrassetClarinet – Eddie BrunnerDrums – Tommy BenfordEnsemble – Bill Coleman & Eddie Brunner And His Orchestra*Guitar – Oscar AlemanPiano – Herman ChittisonTenor Saxophone – Alix Combelle, Eddie Brunner, Noel ChiboustWritten By – Lewis-Wayne-Young
2:48
B8 I Double Dare You
Written By – Shand-Eaton
2:59
Recorded In Paris, September 28, 1938
B9 Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
Bass – Wilson MyersClarinet – Edgar CouranceDrums – Tommy BenfordEnsemble – Bill Coleman With His Orchesta*Guitar – John Mitchell (19)Tenor Saxophone – Edgar CouranceWritten By – Creamer-Layton
3:15
B10 (I Wish I Could Shimmie Like My) Siter Kate
Vocals – Wilson MyersWritten By – Piron-Williams
3:00

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Notes

Side A (1-4) recorded by French Gramophone for La Voix de Son Maitre; (5-10) for Disques Swing, Side B (all) Recorded for Disques Swing.
Original Matrix numbers:
A1: Mx OLA 850-1
A2: Mx OLA 849-1
A3: Mx OLA 851-1
A4: Mx OLA 852-1
A5: Mx OLA 1955-1
A6: Mx OLA 1957-1
A7: Mx OLA 1975-1
A8: Mx OLA 1974-1
A9: Mx OLA 1976-1
A10: Mx OLA 1978-1
B1: Mx OLA 1977-1
B2: Mx OLA 1979-1
B3: Mx OLA 1980-1
B4: Mx OLA 1980-1
B5: Mx OLA 1982-1
B6: Mx OLA 1982-1
B7: Mx OSW 27-1
B8: Mx OSW 28-1
B9: Mx OSW 43-1
B10: Mx OSW 44-1

Original recordings produced by Hugues Panassie and Charles Delaunay.
Produced for release by Hugh Fordin
Associates and Annotators: Frank Driggs and Don Morgenstern
Sound restoration and re-recording engineer: John R.T. Davies

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