Sam Wooding

Sam Wooding

Real Name:
Samuel David Wooding
Sam Wooding (born June 17, 1895, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - died August 1, 1985, New York City, New York, USA) was an American jazz pianist, arranger and bandleader. Wooding's career was based mostly in Europe and in 1925 he led a pit orchestra named "The Chocolate Kiddies" which took its name from a musical review of the same name. In the late 1930's he returned to the USA, attained a degree and taught music full time. One of his students was trumpeter Clifford Brown.
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Sam Wooding Discography Tracks


TS – 1000A, TS – 1001A Sam Wooding Sam Wooding's Bicentennial Jazz Vistas With Rae Harrison(LP, Album) Twin Sign, Twin Sign TS – 1000A, TS – 1001A US Unknown Sell This Version


BDW 8070 Sam Wooding The Complete Recordings Of Sam Wooding, 1922-31(3xCD, Comp, Mono) Jazz Oracle BDW 8070 Canada 2013 Sell This Version
RA 1 Sam Wooding Rarities(7", EP, Comp) Rarities Records (2) RA 1 UK Unknown Sell This Version