Odeon Swing Music Series Vol. 2

No One Else But You Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra
No One Else But You - on YouTube Banjo - Mancy Cara; Clarinet - Jimmy Strong; Drums - Arthur "Zutty" Singleton; Piano - Earl Hines;
Saxophone [Alto] - Don Redman; Trombone - Fred Robinson; Trumpet - Louis Armstrong; Vocals - Louis Armstrong
Chicago, 5 December, 1928
I Ain't Got Nobody Earl Hines
I Ain't Got Nobody - on YouTube Piano [Solo] - Earl Hines
Chicago, 12 December, 1928
Star Dust The Chocolate Dandies
Star Dust - on YouTube Arranged By - Don Redman; Banjo - Dave Wilborn; Clarinet - Don Redman; Clarinet - George Thomas;
Clarinet - Milton Senior; Clarinet - Prince Robinson; Drums - Cuba Austin; Guitar - Lonnie Johnson;
Piano - Todd Rhodes; Saxophone [Alto] - Don Redman; Saxophone [Alto] - Milton Senior;
Saxophone [Tenor] - George Thomas; Saxophone [Tenor] - Prince Robinson; Trombone - Claude Jones;
Trumpet - John Nesbit; Trumpet - Langston Curl; Tuba - Bob Escudero
New York, 13 October, 1928
Save It Pretty Mamma For Me Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra
Save It Pretty Mamma For Me Banjo - Mancy Cara; Clarinet - Jimmy Strong; Drums - Arthur "Zutty" Singleton; Piano - Earl Hines;
Saxophone [Alto] - Don Redman; Trombone - Fred Robinson; Trumpet - Louis Armstrong; Vocals - Louis Armstrong
Chicago, 5 December, 1928
Mahogany Hall Stomp Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra
Mahogany Hall Stomp - on YouTube Banjo - Eddie Condon; Bass - Pops Foster; Drums - Paul Barbarin; Guitar - Lonnie Johnson; Piano - Luis Russell; Saxophone [Alto] - Albert Nicholas; Saxophone [Alto] - Charlie Holmes; Saxophone [Tenor] - Teddy Hill;
Trombone - Jay C. Higginbotham; Trumpet - Louis Armstrong
New York, 5 March, 1929
Black Beauty Duke Ellington
Black Beauty - on YouTube Piano [Solo] - Duke Ellington
New York, 1 October, 1928
Hot And Bothered Duke Ellington And His Orchestra
Hot And Bothered - on YouTube Arranged By - Duke Ellington; Banjo - Fred Guy; Bass - Wellman Braud; Clarinet - Rudy Jackson;
Drums - Sonny Greer; Guitar - Lonnie Johnson; Leader - Duke Ellington; Piano - Duke Ellington;
Saxophone [Alto] - Johnny Hodges; Saxophone [Bariton] - Harry Carney; Saxophone [Soprano] - Johnny Hodges; Saxophone [Tenor] - Rudy Jackson; Trombone - Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton; Trumpet - Bubber Miley;
Trumpet - Louis Metcalf; Vocals - Baby Cox; Written-By - Duke Ellington
New York, 1 October, 1928
Swampy River Duke Ellington
Swampy River - on YouTube Piano [Solo] - Duke Ellington
New York, 1 October, 1928
Hot Heels Eddie Lang's Orchestra
Hot Heels - on YouTube Bass - Joe Tarto; Clarinet - Jimmy Dorsey; Drums - Stan King; Guitar - Eddie Lang; Leader - Eddie Lang;
Piano - Arthur Schutt; Saxophone [Alto] - Jimmy Dorsey; Trombone - Tommy Dorsey; Trumpet - Leo McConville; Trumpet - Tommy Dorsey
New York, 22 Mai, 1929
Sensation Joe Venuti's Blue Four With Vocal Refrain
Sensation - on YouTube Clarinet - Jimmy Dorsey; Drums - Paul Graselli; Guitar - Eddie Lang; Leader - Joe Venuti; Piano - Rube Bloom; Saxophone [Bariton] - Jimmy Dorsey; Violin - Joe Venuti; Vocals - Rube Bloom;
New York, 27 September, 1928
Man From The South Joe Venuti's Blue Four
Man From The South - on YouTube Guitar - Eddie Lang; Leader - Joe Venuti; Piano - Rube Bloom; Saxophone [Bariton] - Don Murray;
Violin - Joe Venuti; Vocals - Eddie Lang;
New York, 14 June, 1928
After You've Gone Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra
After You've Gone Banjo - Mancy Cara; Clarinet - Jimmy Strong; Drums - Arthur "Zutty" Singleton; Leader - Carroll Dickerson; Piano - Gene Anderson; Saxophone [Alto] - Bert Curry; Saxophone [Alto] - Crawford Wetherington; Saxophone [Tenor] - Jimmy Strong; Trombone - Fred Robinson; Trumpet - Homer Hobson; Trumpet - Louis Armstrong; Tuba - Pete Briggs; Violin - Carroll Dickerson; Vocals - Louis Armstrong
New York, 26 November, 1929
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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