Odeon Swing Music Series Vol. 3

Shivery Stomp Frankie Trumbauer's Orchestra
Shivery Stomp - on YouTube Arranged By - Lennie Hayton; Clarinet - Irving "Izzy" Friedman; Cornet - Andy Secrest; Drums - George Marsh; Guitar - Eddie Lang; Leader - Frankie Trumbauer; Piano - Lennie Hayton; Saxophone [Alto] - Charles Strickfaden; Saxophone [Bariton] - Min Leibrook; Saxophone [C-melody] - Frankie Trumbauer;
Saxophone [Tenor] - Irving "Izzy" Friedman; Trombone - Bill Rank; Trumpet - Charlie Margulis; Violin - Joe Venuti
New York, 22 Mai,1929
Prayin' The Blues Jimmy Dorsey
Prayin' The Blues - on YouTube Bass - Henry P. "Hank" Stern; Clarinet - Jimmy Dorsey; Drums - Stan King; Guitar - Eddie Lang;
Piano - Arthur Schutt; Saxophone [Alto] - Alfie Evans; Saxophone [Alto] - Jimmy Dorsey;
Saxophone [Tenor] - Paul Mason; Trombone - Tommy Dorsey; Trumpet - Leo McConville; Trumpet - Mannie Klein
New York, 13 June,1929
How Am I To Know Frankie Trumbauer's Orchestra
How Am I To Know - on YouTube Arranged By - Lennie Hayton; Clarinet - Irving "Izzy" Friedman; Cornet - Andy Secrest; Drums - George Marsh; Guitar - Eddie Lang; Leader - Frankie Trumbauer; Piano - Lennie Hayton; Saxophone [Alto] - Charles Strickfaden; Saxophone [Bariton] - Min Leibrook; Saxophone [C-melody] - Frankie Trumbauer;
Saxophone [Tenor] - Irving "Izzy" Friedman; Trombone - Bill Rank; Trumpet - Charlie Margulis; Violin - Joe Venuti; Vocals - Smith Ballew
New York, 18 September, 1929
St. Louis Blues Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra
St. Louis Blues - on YouTube Bass - Pops Foster; Clarinet - Albert Nicholas; Drums - Paul Barbarin; Guitar - Will Johnson; Leader - Luis Russell; Piano - Luis Russell; Saxophone [Alto] - Albert Nicholas; Saxophone [Alto] - Charlie Holmes;
Saxophone [Bariton] - Jay C. Higginbotham; Saxophone [Tenor] - Teddy Hill; Trombone - Henry Allen;
Trombone - Otis Johnson; Trumpet - Louis Armstrong; Vocals - Louis Armstrong
New York, 13 December, 1929
St. James Infirmary Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra
St. James Infirmary - on YouTube Banjo - Mancy Cara; Clarinet - Jimmy Strong; Drums - Arthur "Zutty" Singleton; Piano - Earl Hines;
Saxophone [Tenor] - Jimmy Strong; Trombone - Fred Robinson; Trumpet - Louis Armstrong;
Vocals - Louis Armstrong
New York, 12 December, 1928
Nobody's Sweetheart McKenzie & Condon Chicagoans
Nobody's Sweetheart - on YouTube Banjo - Eddie Condon; Bass - Jim Lannigan; Clarinet - Frank Teschemacher; Cornet - Jimmy McPartland;
Drums - Gene Krupa; Kazoo - Red McKenzie; Leader - Eddie Condon; Piano - Joe Sullivan;
Saxophone [Tenor] - Bud Freeman; Tuba - Jim Lannigan
Chicago, 16 December, 1927
You Made Me Love You Miff Mole's Little Molers
You Made Me Love You - on YouTube Clarinet - Jimmy Dorsey; Drums - Stan King; Guitar - Dick McDonough; Leader - Miff Mole; Piano - Arthur Schutt; Saxophone [Alto] - Jimmy Dorsey; Saxophone [Tenor] - Babe Russin; Trombone - Miff Mole; Trumpet - Phil Napoleon
New York, 24 September, 1929
Apple Blossoms Joe Venuti's Blue Four
Apple Blossoms - on YouTube Bassoon - Frankie Trumbauer; Guitar - Eddie Lang; Leader - Joe Venuti; Piano - Lennie Hayton;
Saxophone [Alto] - Frankie Trumbauer; Violin - Joe Venuti;
New York, 18 October, 1929
Mental Strain At Dawn Jack Purvis And His Orchestra
Mental Strain At Dawn - on YouTube Bass - Paul Weston; Drums - Joe Dale; Guitar - Gene Kintzle; Piano - John Scott Trotter;
Trumpet [Solo] - Jack Purvis
New York, 17 December, 1929
Sweetest Melody Jack Pettis And His Orchestra
Sweetest Melody - on YouTube Clarinet - Benny Goodman; Cornet - Bill Moore; Drums - Dillon Ober; Guitar - Dick McDonough;
Leader - Jack Pettis; Piano - Al Goering; Saxophone [Tenor] - Jack Pettis; Trombone - Jack Teagarden;
Tuba - Merrill Kline
New York, 8 February, 1929
Bessy Couldn't Help It Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra
Bessy Couldn't Help It - on YouTube Bass - Pops Foster; Clarinet - William Blue; Drums - Paul Barbarin; Guitar - Will Johnson; Leader - Luis Russell; Piano - Luis Russell; Saxophone [Alto] - Charlie Holmes; Saxophone [Alto] - William Blue;
Saxophone [Tenor] - Teddy Hill; Trombone - Henry Allen; Trombone - Jay C. Higginbotham;
Trombone - Otis Johnson; Trumpet - Louis Armstrong; Vocals - Louis Armstrong
New York, 1 February, 1930
Down Georgia Way Jack Purvis And His Orchestra
Down Georgia Way - on YouTube Arranged By - Jack Purvis; Drums - Charlie Kegley; Guitar - Will Johnson; Leader - Jack Purvis;
Piano - Frank Froeba; Saxophone [Bariton] - Adrian Rollini; Saxophone [Tenor] - Coleman Hawkins;
Trombone - Jay C. Higginbotham; Trumpet - Jack Purvis
New York, 4 April, 1930
 
 


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