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Jazz Oracle BDW8011 Florida Rhythm - The Story of Robert H. Cloud 1927-1931
The Elusive Composer, Arranger, Saxophonist and Pianist

The story of Robert Cloud. A compilation of all known recordings by this obscure composer, arranger, and musician. Liner notes by noted Canadian jazz writer Mark Miller contain original research used to piece together a biography of this shadowy figure. Rare and unusual recordings by the Ross De Luxe Syncopaters, Jacksonville Harmony Trio, QRS Boys, Rollin Smith, Robert Cloud Orch., Georgia Jumpers and the Grand Central Red Cap Quartet.

Ross De Luxe Syncopaters
Alonzo Ross-p-v dir. Melvin Herbert-t/Robert “Cookie” Mason-t-v/Eddie Cooper-tb/Robert Cloud-reeds-arr/Earl Evans-Edmond Hall-reeds/Casker Towie-bjo-2nd p (as noted)-v/Richard Fulbright-bb/Frank A. Houston-d-v/Margaret Miller-v.
Savannah, Georgia, August 22, 1927
1. 39823-2 Skad-O-Lee (R.H. Cloud) - vMM Vi 20961
2. 39824-2 Don't You Wanna Know? (R.H. Cloud) - vMM Vi 21537
3. 39825-4 Mary Bell (Casker Towie) Vi 20952
4. 39826-2 Monia (Melville Herbert-R.H. Cloud) - vRM Vi 21077
5. 39827-2 Florida Rhythm (R.H. Cloud) - vFAH Vi 20961
6. 39828-3 Believe Me, Dear (C. Mason-Claud) - ?2nd p-CT Vi 21537
7. 39829-3 Lady Mine (R.H. Cloud) Vi 20952
8. 39830-3 Baby, Stop Teasin' Me (R.H. Cloud) - vEE-AR Vi 21077
Notes:
1. Victor 21537 is credited to Rose de Luxe Syncopaters.
2. Monia is also known as You Gotta Know How To Love.
3. Believe Me, Dear is also known as The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise.

Jacksonville Harmony Trio
Charles Frazier (tenor voice)-Lester Pratt (baritone voice) accompanied by Sugar Underwood-p.
Savannah, Georgia, August 23, 1927
9. 39831-3 Jacksonville Blues (R.H. Cloud) -vCF-LP Vi 20960
10. 39832-1 Why Did You Leave Me Alone? (R.H. Cloud) -vCF Vi 21204
11. 39833-2 I Wonder (R.H. Cloud) - vLP Vi 21204
12. 39834-2 Them Piano Blues (R.H. Cloud) - vCF-LP Vi 20960
Notes:
1. 39832-1 is credited to Charles Frazier (of the Jacksonville Harmony Trio), Tenor.
2. 39833-2 is credited to Lester Pratt (of the Jacksonville Harmony Trio), Baritone.


Q R S Boys
?Robert Cloud-ts/Walter “Fats” Pichon-p-v-sp/Benny Nawahi-stg/unknown-v-sp.
Long Island City, c. February, 1929
13. 336-A Dad Blame Blues (---) - vWFP QRS R-7067
14. 337-A Black Boy Blues (---) - vWFP-sp QRS R-7067
15. 338 Wiggle Yo Toes (---) - vWFP-sp QRS R-7062
16. 339 I've Seen My Baby (And It Won't Be Long Now) (---) - vWFP QRS R-7062
Note: QRS R-7062 as Q R S Boys (Fat Pinchon At Piano).


Rollin Smith
Rollin Smith-v acc. by Robert Cloud and His Orchestra: 2t/tb/Robert Cloud-as-ts/2 other reeds/vln/p/bjo/sb.
New York, August 22, 1929
17. 148917-1 Trouble (Cloud) Clarion 5087-C

Robert Cloud and His Orchestra
2t/tb/Robert Cloud-as-ts/2 other reeds/vln/p/bjo/sb/v.
New York, August 22, 1929
18. 148918-2 Oh (---) - v Co test
Notes:
  1. The CBS files show Rollin Smith as vocalist on this master, but aurally this is not the case.
  2. The CBS files show the composers as “Harrison-White”.


2t/tb/Robert Cloud-as-ts/2 other reeds/vln/p/bjo/bb/Herman Tapp-v.
New York, August 26, 1929
19. 148926-2 Oh! For Goodness Sake (Cloud) - vHT Clarion 5087-C

Georgia Jumpers
Benny Nawahi-stg-u dir. ?Robert Cloud-cl-as-ts/k/?Bruce Hinkson-vln-pic/?Wesley Wilson-p/g/v.
New York, April 7, 1931
20. 151489-2 Ukulele Benny (Nawahi) Co 14620-D
21. 151490-2 California Blues (Nawahi) Co 14603-D
22. 151491-2 The Big Feet Rag (Nawahi) Co 14620-D
23. 151492-2 Guitar Rhythm (Nawahi) - v Co 14603-D

Grand Central Red Cap Quartet
? Rollin Smith-____Garrison-?William Robinson-another-v accompanied by Robert Cloud-p.
New York, August 14, 1931
24. 151725-1 My Little Dixie Home (Cloud, Smith and Garrison) Co 14621-D
25. 151727-1 They Kicked The Devil Out Of Heaven (Cloud) Co 14621-D



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Jazz Oracle BDW8012 Douglas Williams - Recorded in Memphis, Tennessee 1928-1930
Recorded in Memphis. Contains many rare items never before reissued. Williams' complete recordings, including those accompanying blues singers Alfoncy and Bethenea Harris. 24-page booklet includes liner notes by Dick Raichelson containing newly-discovered information and photographs.

Harris and Harris
Alfoncy and Bethenea Harris (v duet) acc. by Douglas Williams (cl), Alfoncy Harris (as), Blaine Elliott (p), Sam Sims (d).
Memphis, January 31, 1928
1. 41811-2 I Don't Care What You Say (Alfoncy Harris) Vi 21285
2. 41812-1 That Same Cat (Alfoncy Harris) Vi 21285

Douglas Williams
Douglas Williams (cl) acc. by Blaine Elliott (p), Sam Sims (d), Thelma Lee-B. Smith (v).
Memphis, January 31, 1928
3. 41813-2 Slow Death (D. Williams) Vi 21269
4. 41814-2 Roadhouse Stomp (D. Williams) Vi 21269
5. 41815-1 Far Away Texas Blues (Douglas Williams) Vi 21413
6. 41816-2 One Hour To-night (Thelma Lee-B. Smith)-vTL-BS Vi 21413

Douglas Williams (cl) acc. by Edgar Brown (p), Sam Sims (d).
Memphis, August 31, 1928
7. 45466-2 Riverside Stomp (D. Williams) Vi V-38031
8. 45467-2 Sister Ella (D. Williams) Vi 23362

Douglas Williams Four
Nathaniel Williams (c), Douglas Williams (cl), Edgar Brown (p), Sam Sims (d).
Memphis, September 4, 1928
9. 45476-1 Kind Daddy (D. Williams) Vi 21695
10. 45477-2 Late Hours (D. Williams) Vi 21695

Douglas Williams
Douglas Williams (cl) acc. by Edgar Brown (p).
Memphis, September 10, 1928
11. 47005-2 Friendless Blues (D. Williams) Vi V-38031

Memphis, September 18, 1928
12. 47049-2 Buddy George (Douglas Williams) Vi V-38518
13. 47050-2 Neal's Blues (Douglas Williams) Vi V-38518

Douglas Williams and His Orchestra
Nathaniel Williams (c), Douglas Williams (cl), Edgar Brown (p), Melvin Parker (g, v), Sam Sims (d).
Memphis, September 26, 1929
14. 55592-1 Memphis Gal (D. Williams) Vi 23362
15. 55593-2 Clarinet Jiggles (D. Williams) Vi 23337
16. 55594-2 Undertaker Blues (D. Williams)-vMP Vi V-38550
17. 55595-2 P-Wee Strut (D. Williams) Vi V-38550

Memphis, October 2, 1929
18. 56327-2 The Beale Street Sheik (D. Williams) Vi 23264
19. 56328-2 Leaving Blues (D. Williams)-vMP Vi 23387
20. 56329-2 Thrill Me (D. Williams)-vMP Vi 23303
21. 56330-1 Don't Treat Me Like A Dog (D. Williams)-vMP Vi 23387
Note: Victor 23387 as Mel Parker (Singing with Douglas Williams' Orchestra)


Unknown (c), Douglas Williams (cl), unknown (as), Edgar Brown (p), Sam Sims (d).
Memphis, June 5, 1930
22. 62585-2 Louisiana Hop (Douglas Williams) Vi V-38623
23. 62586-2 Three O'Clock Blues (Douglas Williams) Vi V-38623
24. 62587-1 Darktown Jubilee (D. Williams) Vi 23264



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Jazz Oracle BDW8013
Roger Wolfe Kahn - Recorded in New York 1925-1932
A selection of the most jazz-oriented recording by this fine dance orchestra made for Victor, Perfect, Brunswick and Columbia. Features Miff Mole, Arthur Schutt, Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang, Artie Shaw, and Charlie Tegarden. Also includes a previously unissued performance of Rhythm of the Day.

Roger Wolfe Kahn and his Hotel Biltmore Orchestra
Roger Wolfe Kahn (as,ts) dir. Tommy Gott-Earl Oliver (t), Chuck Campbell-Ephraim Hannaford (tb), Owen Bartlett-Dick Johnson-Morris Payes (cl,as), William Tresize (as,vln), Joe Raymond-Licco Liggy (vln), Raymond Romano (p), Domenic Romeo (bjo), Arthur Campbell (bb), Ken Witmer (d), Arthur Lange (arr).
New York, March 10, 1925
1. 32076-2 Hot-Hot-Hottentot (Fred Fisher) Vic 19616

Deauville Dozen
Tommy Gott-Leo McConville (t), Miff Mole (tb), Arnold Brilhart-Alfie Evans (as), Harold Sturr (ts), Joe Venuti-Joe Raymond (vln), Arthur Schutt (p), Tony Colucci (bjo), ______ Crawford (bb), Vic Berton (d).
New York, October, 1925
2. 106331-A Pep (Arthur Schutt) Perfect 14519

Roger Wolfe Kahn and His Hotel Biltmore Orchestra
Roger Wolfe Kahn dir. Tommy Gott-Leo McConville (t), Chuck Campbell (tb), Arnold Brilhart-Owen Bartlett (cl,as), Harold Sturr (cl,ts), Joe Venuti-Joe Raymond (vln), Arthur Schutt (p), Domenic Romeo (bjo,g), Arthur Campbell (bb), Vic Berton (d).

New York, November 27, 1925
3. 34102-5 Down and Out Blues (W. Earthman Farrell-Athur Sizemore) Vic 19866

Roger Wolfe Kahn and His Orchestra
As above, except Mill Mole (tb) replaces Chuck Campbell.
New York, December 15, 1925
4. 34147-3 Rhythm Of The Day (---) Test

Roger Wolfe Kahn dir. Tommy Gott-Leo McConville (t), Miff Mole (tb), Arnold Brilhart (cl,as,f,o), Alfie Evans (cl,as,bar), Harold Sturr (cl,ts), Joe Raymond (vln), Irving Brodsky (p), Tony Colucci (bjo,g), Arthur Campbell (bb), Vic Berton (d).
New York, September 24, 1926
5. 36355-4 Jersey Walk (Intr: “The Little White House”)(Dowling-Hanley) Vic 20231

New York, November 4, 1926
6. 36902-2 Clap Yo' Hands (Ira and George Gershwin) Vic 20327

Roger Wolfe Kahn dir. Tommy Gott-Leo McConville (t), Miff Mole (tb), Arnold Brilhart (cl,as,f,o), Alfie Evans (cl,as,bar,f), Harold Sturr (cl,ts), Joe Venuti-Joe Raymond (vln), possibly Abe Borodkin (vc), Irving Brodsky (p), Nat Shilkret (cel), Eddie Lang (g), Arthur Campbell (bb), Vic Berton (d), Franklyn Baur (v).
New York, November 24, 1926
7. 36965-4 Wouldn't You (Owen Murphy) -vFB Vic 20379

Tony Colucci (bjo) added; Raymond, Borodkin, and Shilkret omitted.

New York, April 14, 1927
8. 38469-4 Just The Same (Donaldson-Burke) Vic 20634

Joe Raymond (vln) added.
New York, May 12, 1927
9. 38801-2 Where The Wild, Wild Flowers Grow (Mort Dixon-Harry Woods) Vic 20717

Raymond and Lang omitted.
New York, July 14, 1927
10. 39661-3 The Tap Tap (Rose-MacDonald-Greer) Vic 20827

Roger Wolfe Kahn dir. Tommy Gott-Manny Klein (t), Miff Mole (tb), Arnold Brilhart (cl,as,f,o), Alfie Evans (cl,as,bar), Harold Sturr (cl,ts), Joe Venuti-Joe Raymond (vln), Arthur Schutt (p), Tony Colucci (bjo), Eddie Lang (g), Arthur Campbell (bb), Stan King (d), Franklyn Baur (v).
New York, February 8, 1928
11. 42420-2 Let A Smile Be Your Umbrella (Kahal-Wheeler-Fain) - vFB Vic 21233
12. 42421-2 Say “Yes” Today (Walter Donaldson) Vic 21507

Roger Wolfe Kahn dir. Tommy Gott-Manny Klein (t), Miff Mole-Jack Teagarden (tb) (as noted), Arnold Brilhart (cl,as,f,o), Alfie Evans (cl,as,bar), unknown (ts), Joe Venuti-Joe Raymond (vln), Arthur Schutt (p), Tony Colucci (bjo), Eddie Lang (g), Arthur Campbell (bb,sb), Vic Berton (d), Franklyn Baur (v).
New York, March 14, 1928
13. 43358-2 She's A Great, Great Girl (Harry Woods)-tbJT Test
14. 43359-1 Give Me The Sunshine (Conrad-Creamer-Johnson) -tbMM-vFB Vic 21425

Teagarden omitted. Campbell plays sb.
New York, April 12, 1928
15. 43560-3 Crazy Rhythm (Kahn-Caesar-Meyer) -vFB Vic 21368

? Henry Whiteman (vln) added; Campbell reverts to bb, Frank Munn (v).
New York, September 7, 1928
16. 46922-4 Anything You Say (Donaldson) - vFM Vic 21675

Dudley Fosdick (mel) added.
New York, November 28, 1928
17. 48407-2 A Room With A View (Noel Coward) -vFB Vic 21801

Roger Wolfe Kahn dir. Tony Gianelli-John O. Egan (t), Charlie Butterfield (tb), Dudley Fosdick (mel), Fred Morrow-Jimmy Dorsey (cl,as), Babe Russin (ts), Joe Venuti-Henry Whiteman (vln), Jack Russin (p), Eddie Lang (g), Joe Tarto (bb), Chauncey Morehouse (d), Frank Munn (v).
New York, c. May 15, 1929
18. E-29840 Pretty Little Thing (Malie-Little) -vFM Bruns 4374

Unknown vln replaces Venuti; Dick Robertson (v).
New York, c. July 30, 1929
19. E-30587 Do What You Do! (I. Gershwin-Kahn-G. Gershwin) -vDR Bruns 4479

Libby Holman (v).
New York, c. January 22, 1930
20. E-31960 Cooking Breakfast For The One I Love (Rose-Tobias) -vLH Bruns 4699
21. E-31962 When A Woman Loves A Man (Rose-Rainger) -vLH Bruns 4699

Roger Wolfe Kahn dir. Ruby Weinstein-Frank Zullo (t), Leo Vauchant-Andy Russo (tb), Artie Shaw-Elmer Feldkamp (cl,as), Larry Binyon and/or Max Farley (cl,ts,f), 2 or 3 (vln), Russ Carlson (p), Perry Botkin (g), Ward Lay (sb), Chauncey Morehouse (d), The Kahn-A-Sirs (v).
New York, August 5, 1932
22. 152251-2 Sheltered By The Stars, Cradled By The Moon (Waller and Young) -vK Col 2697-D

Roger Wolfe Kahn dir. Charlie Teagarden-Ruby Weinstein-Frank Zullo (t), Leo Vauchant-Andy Russo (tb), Artie Shaw-Del Porter (cl,as), Larry Binyon (ts,f), 2 or 3 (vln), Russ Carlson (p), Perry Botkin (g), Ward Lay (sb), Chauncey Morehouse (d), The Kahn-A-Sirs (v).
New York, November 9, 1932
23. 152318-2 Fit As A Fiddle (Hoffman, Goodhart and Freed) -vK Col 2726-D
24. 152319-2 A Shine On Your Shoes (Intro: Louisiana Hayride) (Dietz and Schwartz) -vK Col 2722-D
25. 152320-2 It Don't Mean A Thing (Ellington and Mills) -vK Col 2722-D



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Jazz Oracle BDW8014
Bill Carlsen and Devine’s Wisconsin Roof Orchestra 1926-1931
Rarely heard sides by this Milwaukee based band, recorded in Chicago and Grafton, Wisconsin for Paramount's subsidary Broadway label.

Devine’s Wisconsin Roof Orchestra
Bill Carlsen (cl,as,ts) dir. Dip Happe-Alec Alexander (t), Ole Turner (tb), Paul Peregrine-Harry Bortner (cl,as,ts), Lee Simmons (p), Ralph West (bjo), Chet Harding (bb), Harry Pierce (d), Spencer Reuter (v).
Chicago, c. October, 1926
1. 4037-3 Half A Moon (---) -vSR Puritan 11482
2. 4037-2 She’s Still My Baby (---) -vSR Broadway 1043

Wisconsin Roof Orchestra
Chicago, April, 1927
3. 4349-1 There’s Everything Sweet About You (---) Broadway 1063

Henry “Bubbles” Reber (or Reeber) (v) replaces Reuter.
Chicago, c. August, 1927
4. 4722-2 Wherever You Go, Whatever You Do (---) -vHBR Test
5. 4723-2 Shanghai Honeymoon (---) -vHBR Broadway 1087

Chicago, c. October, 1927
6. 20116-2 Black Maria (---) Broadway 1123
7. 20117-1 When The Morning Glories Wake Up In The Morning (---) -vHBR Broadway 1119
8. 20118-2 Who’s That Knocking At My Door (---) Broadway 1119
9. 20119-2 Deep River Blues (---) Broadway 1123
Note: Broadway 1119 is credited to Wisconsin Roof Garden Orchestra.

Devine’s Wisconsin Roof Orchestra
One of the reedmen doubles on baritone saxophone.
Chicago, December, 1927
10. 20267-2 Singapore Sorrows (---) Broadway 1141
11. 20268-2 Mississippi Mud (---) Broadway 1141
12. 20269-3 River Boat Blues (---) Broadway 1142
13. 20270-1 New St. Louis Blues (---) Broadway 1140
14. 20271-1 Tiger Rag (---) EBW 4874
15. 20271-2 Tiger Rag (---) Broadway 1140
Note: Edison Bell Winner 4874 is credited to The Midnight Stompers.

Wisconsin Roof Orchestra
Chicago, December, 1927
16. 20392-1 Farewell Blues (---) Broadway 1210
17. 20393-2 Memphis Blues (---) Broadway 1210

Chicago, c. May, 1928
18. 20585-2 Wob-aly Walk (---) -vHBR Broadway 1177
19. 20587-1 Ready For The River (---) -vHBR Broadway 1177

Bill Carlsen and His Orchestra

Bill Carlsen (cl,as,ts) dir. 2 unknown (t), Ole Turner (tb), 2 unknown (cl,as,ts), unknown (p), unknown (g), unknown (bb), unknown (d), Jack Teter (v). Some of the unknown musicians are probably from the Devine’s Wisconsin Roof Orchestra personnel given above.
Grafton, Wisconsin, c. December, 1929
20. L-55-2 Clarinet Marmalade (---) Broadway 1359
21. L-56-2 Milenburg Joys (---) Broadway 1359


Grafton, Wisconsin, c. January, 1930
22. L-127-1 Baby Won’t You Please Come Home (---) -vJT Broadway 1365
Note: This issue is credited to Bill Carlson and His Orchestra.

Grafton, Wisconsin, c. March, 1931
23. L-894-2 Nobody’s Sweetheart Now (---) -vJT Broadway 1444

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Jazz Oracle BDW8015
Ben Pollack, Volume 1 - Recorded in Chicago and New York 1926-1928
The first volume of the complete recorded output by Ben Pollack's Orchestra 1926-28. This star studded band includes some of the earliest recordings by Benny Goodman and Jack Teagarden. There are many unissued takes reissued here for the first time. Notes are by noted Jack Teagarden expert Joe Showler.

Ben Pollack and His Californians
Ben Pollack (d,v) dir. Harry Greenberg-Al Harris (c), Glenn Miller (tb,arr), Benny Goodman (cl), Gil Rodin (as), Fud Livingston (ts), Victor Young-Al Beller (vln), Wayne Allen (p,cel), John Kurzenknabe (bjo), Harry Goodman (bb), Joey Ray (v).
Chicago, December 9, 1926
1. 37218-3 When I First Met Mary (Little-Verges-Shay)-vJR Victor 20394

As above, with Earl Baker (c), Ilomay Bailey-Dorothy Williams-Hannah Williams (v) added. Chicago, December 17, 1926
2. 37219-6 ‘Deed I Do (Walter Hirsch-Fred Rose)-vBP Victor 20408
3. 37260-3 You’re The One For Me (Paul Ash-Walter Donaldson)-vIB Victor 20461
4. 37261-2 He’s The Last Word (Kahn-Donaldson)-vDW-HW Victor 20425

Ben Pollack and His Orchestra
Ben Pollack (d) dir. Jimmy McPartland-Frank Quartell-Al Harris (c), Glenn Miller (tb,arr), Benny Goodman (t (where shown),cl,as), Gil Rodin (as), Larry Binyon (ts,f), Vic Breidis (p), Dick Morgan (bjo,gtr), Harry Goodman (bb), unknown trio, possibly including Pollack and Morgan (v).
Chicago, December 7, 1927
5. 41342-2 Waitin’ For Katie (Gus Kahn-Ted Shapiro)-tBG,v3 Victor 21184
6. 41343-2 Memphis Blues (W.C. Handy) Victor 21184

Ben Pollack and His Californians
Ben Pollack (d,v) dir. Jimmy McPartland-Al Harris (c), Glenn Miller (tb), Benny Goodman (cl,as), Gil Rodin (as,f), Bud Freeman (ts), Al Beller-Ed Bergman (vln), Vic Breidis (p), Dick Morgan (bjo), Harry Goodman (bb), Franklyn Baur (v).
New York, April 6, 1928
7. 43540-2 Singapore Sorrows (Jack Le Soir-Ray Doll)-vBP Test

New York, April 26, 1928
8. 43540-6 Singapore Sorrows (Jack Le Soir-Ray Doll)-vBP Victor 21437
9. 43541-5 Sweet Sue-Just You (Will J. Harris-Victor Young)-vFB Victor 21437

Ben Pollack and His Park Central Orchestra
Ben Pollack (d) dir. Jimmy McPartland-Al Harris (c), Jack Teagarden (tb), Benny Goodman (cl,as,bar), Gil Rodin (cl,as,ss,bsx,f), Larry Binyon (cl,ss,ts,f), Al Beller-Ed Bergman (vln), Bill Schuman (vc), Vic Breidis (p), Dick Morgan (bjo,gtr), Harry Goodman (bb), Franklyn Baur (v).
New York, October 1, 1928
10. 47577-2 Forever (Jack Yellen-Milton Ager)-vFB Victor 21716

Belle Mann (v).
New York, October 15, 1928
11. 47742-1 Buy, Buy For Baby (Or Baby Will Bye Bye You) (Irving Caesar- Joseph Meyer)-vBM Victor 21743
12. 47743-1 She’s One Sweet Show Girl (Edward Grossman-Ted Ward)-vBM Victor 21743

Jimmy McHugh’s Bostonians
Jimmy McPartland-Al Harris (c), Jack Teagarden (tb), Benny Goodman (cl), Gil Rodin (as), Larry Binyon (ts), Ed Bergman (vln), Vic Breidis (p), Dick Morgan (bjo,gtr), Harry Goodman (bb), Ben Pollack (d), Claude Reese (v).
New York, November 27, 1928
13. 147495-2 Baby! (McHugh and Fields)-vCR Harmony 795-H
14. 147496-2 Remember I Love You (Clapp)-vCR Harmony 899-H
15. 147497-2 The Whoopee Stomp (Terry and Mills) Harmony 836-H
Note: Harmony 899-H is credited to Sunny Clapp & His Band O’ Sunshine.

The Alternate Takes

Ben Pollack and His Californians

Ben Pollack (d,v) dir. Earl Baker-Harry Greenberg-Al Harris (c), Glenn Miller (tb,arr), Benny Goodman (cl), Gil Rodin (as), Fud Livingston (ts), Victor Young-Al Beller (vln), Wayne Allen (p,cel), John Kurzenknabe (bjo), Harry Goodman (bb).
Chicago, December 9, 1926
16. 37219-4 ‘Deed I Do (Walter Hirsch-Fred Rose)-vBP Test

Ilomay Bailey-Dorothy Williams-Hannah Williams (v) added.
Chicago, December 17, 1926
17. 37260-4 You’re The One For Me (Paul Ash-Walter Donaldson)-vIB Test
18. 37261-3 He’s The Last Word (Kahn-Donaldson)-vDW-HW Test

Ben Pollack and His Orchestra
Ben Pollack (d) dir. Jimmy McPartland-Frank Quartell-Al Harris (c), Glenn Miller (tb), Benny Goodman (t (where shown),cl,as), Gil Rodin (as), Larry Binyon (ts,f), Vic Breidis (p), Dick Morgan (bjo,gtr), Harry Goodman (bb), unknown trio, possibly including Pollack and Morgan (v).
Chicago, December 7, 1927
19. 41342-3 Waitin’ For Katie (Gus Kahn-Ted Shapiro)-tBG,v3 Test
20. 41343-1 Memphis Blues (Handy) Test

Ben Pollack and His Californians
Ben Pollack (d,v) dir. Jimmy McPartland-Al Harris (c), Glenn Miller (tb), Benny Goodman (cl,as), Gil Rodin (as), Bud Freeman (ts), Al Beller-Ed Bergman (vln), Vic Breidis (p), Dick Morgan (bjo), Harry Goodman (bb).
New York, April 6, 1928
21. 43540-3 Singapore Sorrows (Jack Le Soir-Ray Doll)-vBP Test
22. 43540-4 Singapore Sorrows (Jack Le Soir-Ray Doll)-vBP Test

Ben Pollack and His Park Central Orchestra
Ben Pollack (d) dir. Jimmy McPartland-Al Harris (c), Jack Teagarden (tb), Benny Goodman (cl,as), Gil Rodin (as), Larry Binyon (cl,ts,f), Al Beller-Ed Bergman (vln), Bill Schuman (vc), Vic Breidis (p), Dick Morgan (bjo,gtr), Harry Goodman (bb), Belle Mann (v).
New York, October 15, 1928
23. 47742-3 Buy, Buy For Baby (Or Baby Will Bye Bye You) (Irving Caesar-Joseph Meyer)-vBM Test
24. 47743-2 She’s One Sweet Show Girl (Edward Grossman-Ted Ward)-vBM Test
25. 47743-3 She’s One Sweet Show Girl (Edward Grossman-Ted Ward)-vBM Test

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