Various ‎– Thesaurus Of Classic Jazz

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Columbia ‎– C4L-18, Columbia ‎– C4L 18
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4 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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Volume I - CL 1521
A1 Dorsey Brothers And Their Orchestra* My Melancholy Baby
Music By – Ernie BurnettWords By – George A. Norton
2:59
A2 Dorsey Brothers And Their Orchestra* Beebe
Written-By – Jimmy Dorsey
2:54
A3 Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra Humpty Dumpty
Written-By – Fud Livingston
3:00
A4 Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra Three Blind Mice
Written-By – Chauncey Morehouse, Frankie Trumbauer
2:59
A5 Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra Lila
Music By – Maceo PinkardWords By – Archie Gottler, Charles Tobias
2:55
A6 Miff Mole And His Little Molers* Feelin' No Pain
Written-By – Fud Livingston
2:47
B1 The Goofus Five Vo-Do-Do-De-O Blues
Music By – Milton AgerWords By – Jack Yellen
3:08
B2 Joe Venuti's Blue Four Four String Joe
Written-By – Eddie Lang, Joe Venuti
2:52
B3 Eddie Lang And His Orchestra* Walkin' The Dog
Written-By – Shelton Brooks
2:59
B4 Eddie Lang And His Orchestra* Hot Heels
Written-By – Al Goering, Jack Pettis
3:01
B5 Eddie Lang And His Orchestra* Freeze An' Melt
Written-By – Jimmy McHugh & Dorothy Fields
2:55
B6 Eddie Lang And His Orchestra* Bugle Call Rag
Written-By – Billy Meyers (2), Elmer Schoebel, Jack Pettis
2:56
Volume II - CL 1522
C1 Miff Mole And His Molers* At The Darktown Strutters' Ball
Written-By – Shelton Brooks
2:57
C2 Miff Mole And His Molers* Davenport Blues
Written-By – Bix Beiderbecke
3:09
C3 Miff Mole And His Molers* My Gal Sal
Written-By – Paul Dresser
3:04
C4 Miff Mole And His Molers* The New Twister
Music By – Ralph LillardWords By – Teddy Krise
2:58
C5 Miff Mole And His Molers* Honolulu Blues
Music By – Nat Goldstein
2:48
C6 Miff Mole And His Molers* That's A Plenty
Music By – Lew Pollack
2:48
D1 Miff Mole And His Molers* After You've Gone
Written-By – Henry Creamer, Turner Layton
3:30
D2 Miff Mole And His Molers* I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling
Music By – Fats Waller, Harry LinkWords By – Billy Rose
2:56
D3 Miff Mole And His Molers* Alexander's Ragtime Band
Written-By – Irving Berlin
2:51
D4 Miff Mole And His Molers* Some Sweet Day
Written-By – Abe Olman, Tony Jackson (7)
3:07
D5 Miff Mole And His Molers* Crazy Rhythm
Written-By – Joseph Meyer, Roger Wolfe Kahn
3:00
D6 Miff Mole And His Molers* Navy Blues
Music By – Fred E. AhlertWords By – Roy Turk
3:26
Volume III - CL 1523
E1 Red Nichols And Charleston Chasers* Mississippi Mud
Written-By – Harry Barris
2:07
E2 Red Nichols And Charleston Chasers* My Gal Sal
Written-By – Paul Dresser
3:15
E3 Red Nichols And Charleston Chasers* Farewell Blues
Music By – Elmer Schoebel, Leon Rappollo*, Paul Mares
2:50
E4 Red Nichols And Charleston Chasers* Wabash Blues
Music By – Fred MeinkenWords By – Dave Ringle
2:46
E5 Red Nichols And Charleston Chasers* Davenport Blues
Written-By – Bix Beiderbecke
3:12
E6 Red Nichols And Charleston Chasers* After You've Gone
Written-By – Henry Creamer, Turner Layton
2:39
F1 Red Nichols And Charleston Chasers* Sugar Foot Strut
Music By – Billy Pierce, Charles M. Schwab, Henry Myers
2:33
F2 Red Nichols And Charleston Chasers* Imagination
Written-By – Fud Livingston
2:50
F3 Red Nichols And Charleston Chasers* Delirium
Written-By – Arthur Schutt
3:08
F4 Red Nichols And Charleston Chasers* Five Pennies
Written-By – Red Nichols
3:19
F5 Red Nichols And Charleston Chasers* Someday Sweetheart
Written-By – Benjamin Franklin Spikes, John Spikes
3:17
F6 Red Nichols And Charleston Chasers* Feelin' No Pain
Written-By – Fud Livingston
2:56
Volume IV - CL 1524
G1 The Red Heads* Brown Sugar
Written-By – Harry Barris
2:43
G2 The Red Heads* Get A Load Of This
Written-By – Arthur Schutt, Eddie Lang
3:11
G3 Cliff Edwards Meadowlark
Written-By – Hal Keidel, Ted Fiorito
3:04
G4 The Red Heads* Heebie Jeebies
Written-By – Boyd Atkins
2:58
G5 Alabama Red Peppers A Good Man Is Hard To Find
Written-By – Eddie Green (4)
2:23
G6 The Red Heads* Baltimore
Music By – Jimmy McHughWords By – Danny Healy, Irving Kahal
2:56
G7 The Red Heads* Alabama Stomp
Music By – James P. Johnson*Words By – Henry Creamer
2:46
G8 The Arkansas Travellers Hurricane
Written-By – Paul Mertz*
2:51
H1 The Arkansas Travellers Washboard Blues
Written-By – Fred Callahan, Hoagy Carmichael, Irving Mills
2:45
H2 The Arkansas Travellers That's No Bargain
Written-By – Red Nichols
2:54
H3 The Arkansas Travellers Red Head Blues
Written-By – Ralph Lillard, Rudy Germain
2:37
H4 The Arkansas Travellers Birmingham Breakdown
Written-By – Duke Ellington
2:45
H5 The Arkansas Travellers Boneyard Shuffle
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichael, Irving Mills
2:51
H6 The Arkansas Travellers Stompin' Fool
Written-By – H. Ford*
3:03
H7 The Arkansas Travellers Ja-Da
Written-By – Bob Carleton
3:05
H8 The Arkansas Travellers Sensation
Written-By – Eddie Edwards
2:35

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Columbia 6-eye labels, and the red Columbia 1,500-eye inner sleeves.

Four-volume boxed set, includes 16 page booklet with photos, history and documentation about recording dates.

Box front: C4L 18

From the Introduction by John Hammond: " . . . [N]one of the performances in this album is with a mixed group. The great performances by Negro artists of that period will be epitomized in the forthcoming Fletcher Henderson Story which will show a concept just as stirring and with perhaps even more vitality than those on this album."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (A-side runout, stamped): XLP 50269-1C || C
  • Barcode (B-side runout, stamped): XLP 50270-1A |
  • Barcode (C-side runout, stamped): XLP 50271-1A | |
  • Barcode (D-side runout, stamped): XLP 50272-1B |
  • Barcode (E-side runout, stamped): XLP 50273-1B | |
  • Barcode (F-side runout, stamped): XLP 50274-1C | |
  • Barcode (G-side runout, stamped): XLP 50275-1B | | /
  • Barcode (H-side runout, stamped): XLP 50276-1G | | |

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