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Benny Goodman's Boys

Benny Goodman's BoysThese are Benny Goodman‘s first records under his own name. Benny was eighteen at the time. The January of 1928 session was released as Benny Goodman’s Boys with Jim and Glenn. Jimmy McPartland and Glenn Miller that is.

Thanks to Richard Unger for the recordings on this page.

Benny Goodman's Boys

 

Title
 

Recording Date
 

Recording Location
 

Company
After A While
(Freedman / Benny Goodman)
8-13-1929 Chicago, Illinois Okeh
4968
Brunswick
1264-A
A Jazz Holiday
(W. Benton Overstreet / Walter Melrose)
1-23-1928 Chicago, Illinois Vocalion
15656
Blue
(Lou Handman / Grant Clarke / Edgar Leslie)
6-23-1928 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
3975
Jungle Blues
(Jelly Roll Morton)
6-23-1928 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
4013
Muskrat Scramble
(Kid Ory / R. Gilbert)
8-13-1929 Chicago, Illinois Okeh
4968
Brunswick
1264-B
Room 1411 (Goin’ To Town)
(Glen Miller / Benny Goodman)
6-23-1928 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
4013
Shirt Tail Stomp
(
Benny Goodman)
6-23-1928 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
3975
Wolverine Blues
(Benjamin Spikes / John Spikes / Jelly Roll Morton)
1-23-1928 Chicago, Illinois Vocalion
unissued

Benny Goodman's Boys

 

Artist
 

Instrument
Vic Briedis Piano
Bob Conselman Drums, Vibraphone
Tommy Dorsey Trombone
Herman Foster Banjo
Bud Freeman Tenor Saxophone
Benny Goodman Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, , Baritone Saxophone, Cornet
Harry Goodman Bass, Tuba
Fud Livingston Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone
Wingy Manone Trumpet
Jimmy McPartland Cornet
Glenn Miller Trombone
Dick Morgan Guitar
Ben Pollack Drums
Joe Sullivan Piano

 

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