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(UK) LONDON "Origins Of Jazz" LPs
1953 - 1957

     This hitherto unpublished listing was compiled by Paul Pelletier in the 1970s. Apart from its legendary popular output, there was a lot of Jazz issued on London, including this "antique" series which was licensed from Riverside, although the recordings derive from a variety of sources; the original American source label is shown in the far right-hand column.
     The London(-American) Jazz EP listing can be found here -
London(-American) Jazz EPs, 1956-1959
     Any additional information is welcome.
Guy Pelletier

Added 14-Aug-2013; Updated 03-Oct-2013

(British) LONDON "Origins Of Jazz" AL 3500 (Mono) 10-inch 33⅓ rpm Long-Play Series, 1953-1957
Pressed & Distributed by Decca

AL 3501

Dec-53

LOUIS ARMSTRONG with Members of FLETCHER HENDERSON'S ORCHESTRA, vocal (a) TRIXIE SMITH, (b) MA RAINEY,
  (c) COOT GRANT & "KID" WESLEY WILSON - "Louis Armstrong Plays The Blues"
  
[some doubt whether the last track actually features Armstrong, it may be Joe Smith]
  The railroad blues (a) / The world's jazz crazy, Lawdy, so am I (a) / Jelly bean blues (b) / Countin' the blues (b) // See see rider (b) /
  Come on Coot and play that thing (c) / Find me at the Greasy Spoon (c) / When your man is going to put you down (c)

PARAMOUNT

AL 3502

Dec-53

MA RAINEY accompanied by (a) TAMPA RED, (b) HER TUB JUG WASHBOARD BAND - "Ma Rainey, Vol. 1"
  Daddy, goodbye blues (a) / Black eye blues (a) / Deep moanin' blues (b) / Runaway blues (a) //
  Leaving this morning (a) / Travelling blues (b) / Sleep talking blues (a) / Blame it on the blues (a)

PARAMOUNT

AL 3503

Dec-53

MUGGSY SPANIER & FRANK TESCHEMACHER - (a) CHARLES PIERCE & HIS ORCHESTRA, (b) THE JUNGLE KINGS,
  vocal Red McKenzie; (c) FRANK MELROSE - "Muggsy, Tesch And The Chicagoans"
  China boy (a) / Bull frog blues (a) / Friars Point shuffle (b) / Darktown Strutters' Ball (b) //
  Nobody's sweetheart (a) / Whoopee stomp (c) [piano & drums only, it excludes Spanier & Teschemacher] / Sister Kate (a) /
  Jazz me blues (a)

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GENNETT

AL 3504

May-54

KING OLIVER'S CREOLE JAZZ BAND with LOUIS ARMSTRONG - "Louis Armstrong With King Oliver"
  Chimes blues / Froggie Moore / Just gone / Canal Street blues //
  Dipper mouth blues / Weather bird rag / Mandy Lee blues / Snake rag

GENNETT

AL 3505

Dec-53

JOHNNY DODDS with (a) THE DIXIELAND THUMPERS, (b) LOVIE AUSTIN & HER BLUES SERENADERS, vocal Priscilla   Stewart, (c) BLIND BLAKE, (d) (JIMMY) BLYTHE'S WASHBOARD RAGAMUFFINS - "Johnny Dodds, Vol. 1"
  
Oriental man (a) / Sock that thing (a) / Weary way blues (a) / There'll come a day (a) //
  Merry makers' twine (b) / In the alley blues (b) / Hot potatoes (c) / Ape man (d)

PARAMOUNT

AL 3506

Dec-53

Various Artists - "Pioneers Of Boogie Woogie"
  MEADE LUX LEWIS:
Honky tonk train blues /
  WESLEY WALLACE: Number 29 / Fanny Lee blues /
  CHARLIE "COW-COW" DAVENPORT: Slow drag //
  Blind LEROY GARNETT: Chain 'em down / Louisiana glide /
  CHARLIE SPAND: Moanin' the blues /
  HENRY BROWN: Henry Brown blues

PARAMOUNT

AL 3507

Dec-53

FATS WALLER - "Rediscovered Fats Waller Solos" [piano roll transcriptions]
  Squeeze me / You can't do what my last man did / Mama's got the blues / T'ain't nobody's biz-ness if I do //
  18th Street strut / Your time now / Papa better watch your step / Snake hips

QRS

AL 3508

Dec-53

BLIND LEMON JEFFERSON - "Folk Blues Of Blind Lemon Jefferson"
  
Shuckin' sugar blues / Broke and hungry / Lonesome house blues / Jack o' Diamonds blues //
  Mosquito woman / Southern woman blues / That black snake moan No. 2 / Balky mule blues

PARAMOUNT

AL 3509

Dec-53

(a) KING OLIVER'S CREOLE JAZZ BAND, (b) CHARLES A. MATSON'S CREOLE SERENADERS,
(c) FREDDIE KEPPARD'S JAZZ CARDINALS, *vocal "Papa" Charlie Jackson - "New Orleans Horns"
  
Mabel's dream (a) / Riverside blues (a) / Southern stomp (a) / I just want a daddy (b) //
  Stockyard strut (c) / Salty dog* (c) / Dearborn Street blues (c) / 'Tain't nobody's biz-ness if I do (b)

PARAMOUNT
EDISON

AL 3510

Jan-54

KING OLIVER with (a) IDA COX, (b) SARAH MARTIN, all with CLARENCE WILLIAMS & HIS ORCHESTRA
  "King Oliver Plays The Blues"
[Cornet player on 1st side may in fact be Dave Nelson, a nephew of King Oliver]
  
Fogyism (a) / Western Union blues (a) / Bone orchard blues (a) / Tree top tall papa (a) //
  Death sting me blues (b) / Mistreatin' man blues (b) / Kitchen man (b) / Mean, tight mama (b)

PARAMOUNT
QRS

AL 3511

Jan-54

JAMES P. JOHNSON - "Early Harlem Piano" [piano roll transcriptions]
Charleston / I've got my habits on / Harlem strut / Vampin' Liza Jane //
Harlem choc'late babies on parade / Make me a pallet on the floor / Loveless love / It takes love to cure the heart's disease

QRS

AL 3512

Jan-54

IKE RODGERS, vocal (a) Edith Johnson, (b) Alice Moore, (c) Mary Johnson - "The Fabulous Trombone Of Ike Rodgers"
  
Nickel's worth of liver (a) / Screenin' the blues / It hurts so good / Good chib blues (a) //
  My man blues (b) / Prison blues (b) / 21st Street stomp / Barrel house flat (c)

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AL 3513

Jan-54

JOHNNY DODDS with (a) TINY PARHAM, (b) BLIND BLAKE, (c) JIMMY BLYTHE'S WASHBOARD RAGAMUFFINS,
  (d) JIMMY BLYTHE'S RAGAMUFFINS, (e) THE PARAMOUNT PICKERS - "Johnny Dodds, Vol. 2"
  
Nineteenth Street blues (a) / Loveless love (a) / C.C. pill blues (b) / Your folks (c) //
  Messin' around (d) / Adam's apple (d) / Salty dog (e) / Steal away (e)

PARAMOUNT

AL 3514

Jan-54

Various Artists - "Collectors' Items, Vol. 1"
  RICHARD M. JONES' JAZZ WIZARDS:
Hot and ready / It's a low down thing /
  PARHAM-PICKETT APOLLO SYNCOPATORS (Tiny Parham & Leroy Pickett): Mojo strut / Alexander, where's that band //
  TINY PARHAM & HIS FORTY FIVE: A little bit closer / Jim Jackson's Kansas City blues /
  CLARENCE WILLIAMS & HIS ORCHESTRA: Jingles / Shake 'em up

 

AL 3515

Feb-54

Various Artists - "Ragtime Piano Roll" [piano roll transcriptions]
  JAMES SCOTT: Grace and beauty / Ragtime oriole /
  TOM TURPIN: St. Louis rag /
  JOSEPH LAMB: American beauty rag //
  SCOTT JOPLIN: Scott Joplin's new rag / Original rags / Fig leaf rag / The entertainer

 

AL 3516

Feb-54

THE CALIFORNIA RAMBLERS [originally issued as by THE GOLDEN GATE ORCHESTRA] - "The Roaring 'Twenties"
  Charleston / Five foot two, eyes of blue / Miss Annabelle Lee / Clap hands, here comes Charley //
  Manhattan / The flapper wife / Keep smiling at trouble / Sweet man

EDISON

AL 3517

Feb-54

IDA COX with (a) HER FIVE BLUE SPELLS, (b) TOMMY LADNIER & JESSE CRUMP,
  (c) LOVIE AUSTIN & HER BLUES SERENADERS - "Ida Cox Sings The Blues"
  
Coffin blues (b) / Rambling blues (b) / Mean papa, turn in your key (c) / Ida Cox's Lawdy Lawdy blues (c) //
  Wore down daddy / You stole my man / Misery blues (a) / Blue Kentucky blues (a)

PARAMOUNT

AL 3518

May-54

ROY PALMER & THE STATE STREET RAMBLERS, *vocal Ed Hudson - "A Chicago Skiffle Session"
  
I want to be your lovin' man / Sic 'em Tige / South African blues / Tiger moan //
  Careless love* / Georgia grind / Kentucky blues / Barrel house stomp

CHAMPION

AL 3519

May-54

JELLY ROLL MORTON - "Jelly Roll Morton Solos" [piano roll transcriptions]
Grandpa's spells / Stratford huntch [sic] / King Porter //
Midnight mama / Dead man blues / Tin roof blues

VOCALSTYLE
QRS

AL 3520

May-54

JELLY ROLL MORTON'S (a) KINGS OF JAZZ, (b) STOMP KINGS, (c) INCOMPARABLES, with (d) KING OLIVER,
  (e) VOLTAIRE DE FAULT (clarinet) - "Jelly Roll Morton's Kings Of Jazz"
  
Muddy water blues (b) / High society (a) / Fish tail blues (a) / Mr. Jelly Lord (c) //
  King Porter stomp (d) / Tom cat blues (d) / My gal (e) / Wolverine blues (e)

AUTOGRAPH
& unknown

AL 3521

May-54

FATS WALLER - "Fats At The Organ" [All these tracks are actually piano rolls transcribed to organ]
  
Hallelujah, I'm a bum / She'll be comin' round the mountain / Frankie and Johnny / Hand me down my walking cane //
  Swing low, sweet chariot / Deep river / Did my Lord deliver Daniel / Go down, Moses

 

AL 3522

Jul-54

FATS WALLER - "Jivin' With Fats" [Transcription disc rcordings intended for radio broadcast]
  
Oh, Susanna / Loch Lomond / Waltz from "Faust" / When you and I were young, Maggie //
  Oh, dem golden slippers / Old oaken bucket / Ah, so pure (from "Martha") / Annie Laurie

LANGWORTH

AL 3523

Jun-54

Various Unknown Artists except *SCOTT JOPLIN - "Ragtime Piano Roll, Vol. 2" [piano roll transcriptions]
  Maple leaf rag* / Evergreen rag / Grizzly bear / The cascades* //
  States rag medley No. 8 / St. Louis tickle / Jungle time / 'Possum and 'taters

 

AL 3524

Jun-54

TOMMY LADNIER with LOVIE AUSTIN'S BLUES SERENADERS *or OLLIE POWERS & HIS ORCHESTRA
  "Blues And Stomps, Vol. 1 - Tommy Ladnier"
  
Mojo blues / Heebie jeebies / Charleston mad / Steppin' on the blues //
  Travelling blues / Peepin' blues / Charleston, South Carolina / Play that thing*

 

AL 3525

Jun-54

JIMMY YANCEY - "Jimmy Yancey - A Lost Recording Date"
  
La Salle Street breakdown / Two o'clock blues / Janie's joys / Lean bacon //
  Big Bear train / Lucille's lament / Beezum blues / Yancey Limited

SOLO ARTS

AL 3526

Jul-54

CLARENCE WILLIAMS & HIS ORCHESTRA, *vocal ANNA BELL - "Clarence Williams And His Orchestra"
  
Bozo / Kitchen woman blues* / Lock step blues* / Bimbo //
  Beau Koo Jack / Sister Kate / Speakeasy blues / Long, deep and wide

QRS

AL 3527

Jul-54

JIMMY BLYTHE with (a) SODARISA MILLER (vocal), (b) JIMMY BERTRAND & BILL JOHNSON - "South Side Blues Piano"
  
Chicago stomps / Armour Avenue struggle / Mr. Freddie blues / Lovin's been here and gone to the Mecca Flat //
  Sunshine special (a) / Be yourself (a) / South Side stomp (b) / Five o'clock blues (b)

PARAMOUNT

AL 3528

Jul-54

MUGGSY SPANIER & THE BUCKTOWN FIVE *or THE STOMP SIX - "Muggsy Spanier & The Bucktown Five"
  
Everybody loves my baby* / Why couldn't it be poor little me?* / Buddy's habits / Chicago blues //
  Mobile blues / Steady roll blues / Really a pain / Hot mittens

GENNETT
AUTOGRAPH

AL 3529

Sep-54

JIMMY BLYTHE'S STATE STREET RAMBLERS
  "South Side Chicago Jazz Featuring Natty Dominique, Jimmy O'Bryant, Jimmy Bertrand"
  
Pleasure mad / Tuxedo stomp / Oriental man / Some do and some don't //
  My baby / Brown skin mama / Tack it down / Endurance stomp

GENNETT

AL 3530

Sep-54

Various Artists - "The Great Blues Singers"
  BESSIE SMITH:
St. Louis blues /
  IDA COX: Jail house blues / I'm so glad //
  MA RAINEY: So soon this morning / Don't fish in my sea /
  CHIPPIE HILL: Troubled in mind blues / Careless love

PARAMOUNT
Warner Bros.
CIRCLE

AL 3531

Sep-54

CRIPPLE CLARENCE LOFTON - "Cripple Clarence Lofton - A Lost Recording Date"
  
More motion / Sweet tooth / Sixes and sevens / Clarence's blues //
  Lofty blues / House rent struggle / Juice joint / Salty woman blues

SOLO ART

AL 3532

Sep-54

BIX BEIDERBECKE & THE WOLVERINES - "Bix Beiderbecke & The Wolverines"
  Fidgety feet / Jazz me blues / Oh, baby / Copenhagen //
  Riverboat shuffle / Sensation rag / Lazy daddy (No. 1) / Lazy daddy (No. 2)

GENNETT
CLAXTONOLA

AL 3533

Oct-54

Various Artists - "Collectors' Items, Vol. 2"
  JOHN WILLIAMS' SYNCO JAZZERS:
Down in Gallion / Goose grease /
  WINDY RHYTHM KINGS: South African blues / Piggly wiggly //
  KING MUTT & HIS TENNESSEE THUMPERS: Maxwell Street stomp / Good time mama /
  CLARENCE JONES' SOCK FOUR: I've got it all / 'Mid the Pyramids

PARAMOUNT
GENNETT

AL 3534

Oct-54

JELLY ROLL MORTON - "Classic Jazz Piano, Vol. 1"
  Grandpa's spells / Shreveport stomp / Kansas City stomps / Stratford hun(t)ch //
  Bucktown blues / Big foot ham / Perfect rag / Tom cat blues

GENNETT

AL 3535

Oct-54

Various Artists - "Backwoods Blues"
  BOBBY GRANT:
Nappy head blues / Lonesome Atlanta blues /
  BUDDY BOY HAWKINS: Jailhouse fire blues / Shaggy dog blues //
  KING SOLOMON HILL: The gone dead train / Tell me baby /
  BIG BILL JOHNSON: Mr. Conductor man / Big Bill blues

PARAMOUNT
CHAMPION

AL 3536

Oct-54

GEORGE BRUNIS (a) FRIARS SOCIETY ORCHESTRA, (b) NEW ORLEANS RHYTHM KINGS
  "George Brunis With The New Orleans Rhythm Kings"
  
Tiger rag (a) / Bugle call rag (a) / Panama (a) / Farewell blues (a) //
  That's a plenty (b) / Tin roof blues (b) / Discontented rag (a) / Maple leaf rag (b)

GENNETT

AL 3537

Oct-54

Various Artists - "Pioneers Of Boogie Woogie, Vol. 2"
  CHARLES AVERY:
Dearborn Street breakdown /
  JABO WILLIAMS: Polack blues / Fat mama blues /
  CHARLES "COW COW" DAVENPORT: Chimes blues //
  HENRY BROWN: Eastern chimes blues / Deep Morgan blues /
  CHARLIE SPAND: Mississippi blues /
  CHARLES "COW COW" DAVENPORT: Atlanta rag

PARAMOUNT
GENNETT

AL 3538

Mar-55

MA RAINEY with (a) LOVIE AUSTIN & HER BLUES SERENADERS incl. TOMMY LADNIER, (b) JIMMY BLYTHE,
  (c) THE GEORGIA BAND - "Ma Rainey, Vol. 2"
  
Honey, where you been so long (a) / Ma Rainey's mystery record (a) / Lawd, send me a man blues (a) / Mountain Jack blues (b) //
  Broken hearted blues (c) / Jealousy blues (c) / Seeking blues (c) / Ma Rainey's black botom (c)

PARAMOUNT

AL 3539

Mar-55

WILL EZELL - "Gin Mill Jazz - Piano Blues And Rags"
  Mixed up rag / Heifer dust / Playing the dozen / West Coast rag //
  Barrel house man / Pitchin' boogie / Just can't stay here / Bucket of blood

PARAMOUNT

AL 3540

Mar-55

JAMES P. JOHNSON - "Early Harlem Piano, Vol. 2" [piano roll transcriptions]
  Carolina shout / Back water blues / Daintiness rag / Caprice rag //
  Baltimore buzz / Gypsy blues / Don't tell your monkey man / Railroad blues

QRS
IMPERIAL
METRO-ART

AL 3541

Mar-55

"New York Jazz Of The Roaring 'Twenties"
  RED & MIFF'S STOMPERS (Red Nichols & Miff Mole): Stampede / Alabama stomp / Black bottom stomp / Hurricane //
  ORIGINAL MEMPHIS FIVE: Jelly Roll blues / The Great White Way blues / Bunch of blues / Shufflin' Mose

EDISON

AL 3542

Mar-55

Various Unknown Artists - "Ragtime Piano Roll, Vol. 3 [piano roll transcriptions]
  Frogs legs rag / Magnetic rag / The entertainer's rag / The cannon ball //
  Glad rag / Chinatown rag / The smiler / Weeping willow

QRS ?

AL 3543

Mar-55

BIX BEIDERBECKE - "Bix Beiderbecke, Vol. 2"
  THE WOLVERINE ORCHESTRA:
Susie / Tiger rag / Big boy / Tia Juana //
  SIOUX CITY SIX: I'm glad / Flock o' blues /
  BIX & HIS RHYTHM JUGGLERS: Toddlin' blues / Davenport blues

GENNETT

AL 3544

Aug-55

Various Artists - "Boogie Woogie With The Blues"
  MEADE LUX LEWIS accompanying GEORGE HANNAH
: Freakish man blues / Molasses sopper blues [sic] /
  DOBBY BRAGG accompanying JAMES "BOODLE-IT" WIGGINS: Evil woman blues / Keep a-knocking and you can't get in //
  CRIPPLE CLARENCE LOFTON accompanying LOUISE JOHNSON: By the Moon and stars / On the wall /
  BLIND LEROY GARNETT accompanying JAMES "BOODLE-IT" WIGGINS: My lovin' blues / Weary heart blues

PARAMOUNT

AL 3545

Aug-55

TOMMY & JIMMY DORSEY, THE CALIFORNIA RAMBLERS - "Tommy & Jimmy Dorsey With The California Ramblers"
  
Sidewalk blues / Clementine / Up and at 'em / Stockholm stomp //
  Third rail / When Erastus plays his old kazoo / Cheatin' on me / I ain't got nobody

EDISON

AL 3546

Aug-55

BLIND LEMON JEFFERSON - "Penitentiary Blues"
  
Blind Lemon's penitentiary blues / Bad luck blues / Big night blues / Peach orchard mama //
  Sunshine special / Chock house blues / Long distance moan / Baker shop blues

PARAMOUNT

AL 3547

Aug-55

FLETCHER HENDERSON & HIS ORCHESTRA - "Birth Of Big Band Jazz"
  
Prince of Wails / Off to Buffalo / Swamp blues / Mandy, make up your mind //
  Hop off / When Spring comes peeping through / Rough house blues / When you walked out
  [track order possibly wrongly listed on the sleeve / record]

TRIANGLE
PARAMOUNT
GENNETT
PURITAN

AL 3548

Aug-55

"Tommy Ladnier Plays The Blues With Ma Rainey & Edmonia Henderson"
  both sides with LOVIE AUSTIN & HER BLUES SERENADERS
  TOMMY LADNIER with MA RAINEY:
Those dogs of mine / Lucky rock blues / Southern blues / Ya da do blues //
  TOMMY LADNIER with EDMONIA HENDERSON:
Brown skin man / Travelling blues / Worried 'bout him blues / Black man blues

PARAMOUNT

AL 3549

Aug-55

PETE JOHNSON - "Jumpin' With Pete Johnson"
  
Climbin' and screamin' / Let 'em jump / Re-Pete blues / B. and O. blues //
  Shuffle boogie / Pete's blues / How long, how long / Buss Robinson blues

SOLO ART

AL 3550

Jan-56

Various Artists - "Collectors' Items, Vol. 3"
  PRESTON JACKSON & HIS UPTOWN BAND:
Yearning for Mandalay / Trombone man / It's tight, Jim / Harmony blues //
  CHICAGO STOMPERS: Stomp your stuff /
  TRIANGLE HARMONY BOYS: Chicken supper strut /
  JELLY JAMES & HIS FEWSICIANS: Georgia bo-bo / Make me know it

PARAMOUNT
CHAMPION
GENNETT

AL 3551

Jan-56

(a) DUKE ELLINGTON'S WASHINGTONIANS, (b) DUKE ELLINGTON (piano), (c) ALBERTA PRIME  (Alberta Hunter),
  (d) SONNY GREER, vocal (e) Jimmy Harrison, (f) George Thomas - "The Duke - 1926"
  
If you can't hold the man you love (a,e) / You've got those "Wanna go back again" blues (a,f) / It's gonna be a cold, cold winter (c,b) /
  Parlor social de luxe (c,d,b) //
  Choo-choo (a) / Rainy nights (a) / Animal crackers (a) / Li'l Farina (a)

GENNETT
BLUE-DISC

AL 3552

Jan-56

GEORGE BRUNIS with THE NEW ORLEANS RHYTHM KINGS, FRIARS SOCIETY ORCHESTRA - "George Brunis, Vol. 2"
  FRIARS SOCIETY ORCHESTRA:
Eccentric / Oriental /
  NEW ORLEANS RHYTHM KINGS: Sweet lovin' man [take 1] / Sweet lovin' man [take 2] //
  Shim-me-sha-wabble / Weary blues / That da-da strain / Wolverine blues

GENNETT

AL 3553

Jan-56

Various Artists - "Harlem Piano-Roll" [piano roll transcriptions]
  JAMES P. JOHNSON: "Runnin' Wild" Medley - Intro. Charleston; Old-fashioned love; Open your heart; Love bug /
  EUBIE BLAKE: Boll weevil blues /
  CLARENCE JOHNSON: Low down papa //
  FATS WALLER: A new kind of man with a new kind of love for me /
  CLIFF JACKSON: Hock shop blues /
  CLARENCE WILLIAMS: What's the matter now? /
  "FINISHER" JOHNSON: Golden brown blues

QRS ?

AL 3554

Jan-56

Various Artists - "Midwestern Jazz"
  HOAGY CARMICHAEL'S COLLEGIANS:
March of the hoodlums / Walkin' the dog /
  HITCH'S HAPPY HARMONISTS (Curt Hitch): Boneyard shuffle / Washboard blues //
  HUSK O'HARE'S SUPER ORCHESTRA OF CHICAGO: Tiger rag / Sam /
  THE WOLVERINE ORCHESTRA: When my sugar walks down the street / Prince of Wails

GENNETT

AL 3555

May-56

JOHNNY DODDS, vocal (a) Buddy Burton, (b) Henry Williams - "Johnny Dodds, Vol. 3"
  JUNIE COBB'S HOMETOWN BAND:
East Coast trot / Chicago buzz /
  JIMMY BLYTHE'S WASHBOARD BAND: Bohunkus blues (a) / Buddy Burton's jazz (a) //
  STATE STREET RAMBLERS: Cootie stomp / Weary way blues /
  LOVIE AUSTIN & HER BLUES SERENADERS: Chicago mess around (b) / Galion stomp (b)

PARAMOUNT
GENNETT

AL 3556

May-56

LADD'S BLACK ACES - "Ladd's Black Aces"
  
Aunt Hagar's children / Shake it and break it / My honey's lovin' arms / Satanic blues //
  Muscle shoals blues / I wish I could shimmy like my sister Kate / Aggravatin' papa / Sweet lovin' mama

GENNETT

AL 3557

May-56

Various Artists - "New Orleans Horns, Vol. 2"
  KING OLIVER'S CREOLE JAZZ BAND:
Alligator hop / Krooked blues / I'm going away to wear you off my mind /
  FREDDIE KEPPARD & HIS JAZZ CARDINALS: Salty dog //
  DOC COOK'S DREAMLAND ORCHESTRA: Memphis maybe man / So this is Venice / The one I love belongs to somebody else /
  Scissor-grinder Joe

GENNETT
PARAMOUNT

AL 3558

May-56

MA RAINEY (a) & HER GEORGIA BAND, (b) accompanied by Claude "Hop" Hopkins (piano) - "Ma Rainey, Vol. 3"
  
Wringling and twisting blues (a) / Chain gang blues (a) / Misery blues (b) / Dead drunk blues (b) //
  Sissy blues / Broken soul blues / Moonshine blues / New boweavil blues

PARAMOUNT

AL 3559

May-56

JELLY ROLL MORTON - "Classic Jazz Piano, Vol. 2"
  
King Porter / New Orleans joys / Wolverine blues / London blues //
  Froggie Moore / Jelly Roll blues / Mamamita / Tia Juana

GENNETT
RIALTO

AL 3560

Apr-57

JOHNNY DODDS - "Johnny Dodds, Vol. 4"
  JASPER TAYLOR'S STATE STREET BOYS:
It must be the blues / Stomp time blues /
  LOVIE AUSTIN'S BLUES SERENADERS: Jackass blues / Frog tongue stomp //
  JOHNNY DODDS with TINY PARHAM: Oh, daddy /
  VIOLA BARTLETTE with COBB'S PARAMOUNT SYNCOPATORS: Walk easy 'cause my papa's home /
  FORD & FORD: Skeeg-a-lee /
  BLIND BLAKE, JOHNNY DODDS & Jimmy Bertrand: South bound rag

PARAMOUNT

AL 3561

Apr-57

CLARENCE WILLIAMS & HIS ORCHESTRA, *vocal Sara Martin - "Clarence Williams & His Orchestra, Vol. 2"
  
Wildflower rag / Midnight stomp / Hole in the wall* / Don't turn your back on me* //
  Longshoreman's blues / I'm through / New down home rag / Squeeze me

QRS

AL 3562

Apr-57

"Jazz Of The Roaring 'Twenties, Vol. 2"
  PHIL NAPOLEON & HIS ORCHESTRA:
Clarinet marmalade / Five pennies / Go, Joe, go / Tiger rag //
  THE CALIFORNIA RAMBLERS [issued as by THE GOLDEN GATE ORCHESTRA]: I've a garden in Sweden / Low down /
  Oh, Mabel / Glad rag doll

EDISON

AL 3563

Apr-57

Various Unknown Artists - "Ragtime Piano Roll, Vol. 4" [piano roll transcriptions]
  Ziz zag rag / Alabama tickle / At a Georgia camp meeting / Dill pickles //
  Junkman rag / Pianophiends rag & Black beauty rag (Medley) / Polar bear rag & Louisiana rag (Medley) / Maple leaf rag

 

AL 3564

Apr-57

BLIND LEMON JEFFERSON *with George Perkins (piano) - "Blind Lemon Jefferson Sings The Blues"
  
Rising high water blues* / Teddy bear blues* / Tin cup blues / Mean jumper blues //
  That growling baby blues / Pneumonia blues / Oil well blues / Long lastin' lovin'

PARAMOUNT

AL 3565

Apr-57

Various Artists - "Jazz Piano Rarities"
  FATS WALLER accompanying ANNA JONES:
Sister Kate / Trixie blues / St. Louis man /
  THE DIXIE FOUR: Kentucky stomp // Fire detective blues /
  DOBBY BRAGG: Don't put that thing on me /
  MEADE LUX LEWIS accompanying ROB ROBINSON: Trenches /
  TURNER PARRISH: Fives

PARAMOUNT CHAMPION

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