Various ‎– Blue Notes And Hot Rhythm

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Harrison Records ‎– LP-I 790822
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Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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A1 Fred Hall's Jazz Band Louder And Funnier
Brass Bass – Al MorseClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Eddie GrossoDrums – Joseph MayoGuitar, Banjo – Albert Russo*Piano, Arranged By – Fred Hall (2)Piano, Violin – Philip d'ArcyTrombone – Harry BlevinsTrumpet – Mike Mosiello
A2 Fred Hall's Jazz Band West End Blues
Brass Bass – Al MorseClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Eddie GrossoDrums – Joseph MayoGuitar, Banjo – Albert Russo*Piano, Arranged By – Fred Hall (2)Trombone – Harry BlevinsTrumpet – Mike MosielloViolin, Piano – Philip d'Arcy
A3 Fred Hall's Jazz Band Missouri Squabble
Brass Bass – Al MorseClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Eddie GrossoDrums – Joseph MayoGuitar, Banjo – Albert Russo*Piano, Arranged By – Fred Hall (2)Trombone – Harry BlevinsTrumpet – Mike MosielloViolin, Piano – Philip d'Arcy
A4 Tin Pan Paraders* The Man From The South
Brass Bass – Al MorseClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Eddie GrossoDrums – Joseph MayoGuitar, Banjo – Albert Russo*Piano, Arranged By – Fred Hall (2)Trumpet – Leo McConvilleViolin, Piano – Philip D'ArcyVocals – Arthur Fields
A5 Tin Pan Paraders* Kickin' A Hole In The Sky
Brass Bass – Al MorseClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Eddie GrossoDrums – Joseph MayoGuitar, Banjo – Albert Russo*Piano, Arranged By – Fred Hall (2)Trumpet – Leo McConvilleViolin, Piano – Philip d'ArcyVocals – Arthur Fields
A6 Ambassadors* Me And The Man In The Moon
Vocals – Frank Sylvano
A7 Ambassadors* You're The Cream In My Coffee
Vocals – Frank Sylvano
B1 Bert Stock And His Orchestra You Can't Get To Heaven That Way
Vocals – Doc Mayers
B2 Bert Stock And His Orchestra Get Happy
Vocals – Paul Dillon (10)
B3 Ipana Troubadours Wake Up! Chillun, Wake Up!
Brass Bass – Hank Stern, Joe TartoClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jimmy Dorsey, Merle JohnstonClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Arnold BrilhartDrums – Vic BertonPiano, Banjo – Arthur ShuttTrombone – Chuck Campbell, Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Leo McConville, Manny KleinVocals – Willard Robison
B4 Ipana Troubadours I Used To Love Her In The Moonlight
Brass Bass – Hank Stern, Joe TartoClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jimmy Dorsey, Merle JohnstonClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Arnold BrilhartDrums – Vic BertonPiano, Banjo – Arthur SchuttTrombone – Chuck Campbell (3), Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Leo McConville, Manny KleinVocals – Smith Ballew
B5 Milt Shaw And His Detroiters Where The Shy Little Violets Grow
Banjo, Brass Bass – Bill BarfordClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Aaron Voloship, Lyle BowenClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Hymie WolfsonDrums – Will SimerallPiano – Dippy D'IppolitoTrombone – George TroupTrumpet – Johnny McGee, Ruby WeinsteinViolin – Milt Shaw*Vocals – Harold "Scrappy" Lambert
B6 Milt Shaw And His Detroiters The River And Me
Tenor Saxophone, Vocals – Ronnie PerryViolin – Milt Shaw*
B7 Julie Wintz And His Orchestra* After You've Gone
Alto Saxophone – Benny RossBanjo – Nappy LamareBrass Bass – Lefty EirmanClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Eddie Miller (2)Drums – George ZimmerPiano – Horace DiazTenor Saxophone – Hank RossTrombone – Chuck Preble*Trumpet – Don McCarter, Harry Preble

Notes

Hot Dance Music of Oct. 11, 1928 to May 12, 1930

FACTS AND OBSERVATIONS: Eddie Miller of Bob Crosby fame, is the clarinetist on the Julie Wintz side. Don McCarter takes the trumpet solo, and the fine Teagarden-ish trombone is played by the late Chuck Preble, later featured with Harry James in the 40's I.A.J.R.C. member Jim Gordan personally interviewed or corresponded with Eddie Miller & Horace Diaz, who both verified the soloists and personnel of the Wintz band.

Recorded:
New York, Oct. 11, 1928 (A1 A2 A3)
New York, Jan. 1930 (A4 A5)
Chicago, Dec. 13, 1928 (A6 A7)
Richmond, Ind., May 12, 1930 (B1 B2)
New York, Mar. 22, 1929 (B3)
New York, April 15, 1929 (B4)
New York, Nov. 26, 1928 (B5)
Dec. 30, 1930 (B6)
New York, Apr. 16, 1930 (B7)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side One): **790822 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side Two): **790822 B

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