New Orleans Wanderers

New Orleans Wanderers

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Name of the band under which Lil Hardin recorded with members of Louis Armstrong's Hot Five on a 1926 session for Columbia Records.
Louis Armstrong himself was unable to appear since he was under contract to Okeh, although he collaborated with Hardin on three of the four songs. His place was taken by George Mitchell. Four further songs were released by the same musicians under the name New Orleans Bootblacks.
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New Orleans Wanderers Discography

Singles & EPs

698-D New Orleans Wanderers Perdido Street Blues / Gate Mouth(Shellac, 10") Columbia 698-D US 1926 Sell This Version
New Orleans Wanderers Too Tight / Papa Dip Columbia Italy 1951 Sell This Version
The New Orleans Wanderers*, Johnny Dodds And Kid Ory The New Orleans Wanderers*, Johnny Dodds And Kid Ory - The New Orleans Wanderers (EP) Philips Netherlands Unknown Sell This Version
BBE 12204 The New Orleans Wanderers* The New Orleans Wanderers(7", EP) Philips BBE 12204 UK Unknown Sell This Version
ESDF 1028 Johnny Dodds And His New Orleans Wanderers Johnny Dodds And His New Orleans Wanderers - Perdido Street Blues / Gatemouth / Too Tight / Papa Dip(7", EP) Columbia ESDF 1028 France Unknown Sell This Version
M 199 New Orleans Wonderers*, Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra New Orleans Wonderers*, Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra - Perdido Street Blues / Knockin' A Jug(Shellac, 10", Single) Columbia M 199 Japan Unknown Sell This Version
BF 417 New Orleans Wanderers Perdido Street Blues / Gatemouth(Shellac, 10") Columbia BF 417 France Unknown Sell This Version