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Bernie Youngs Creole Jazz Band
What’s The Use Of Lovin’? was released under the name of Anna Oliver and Young’s Creole Jazz Band. All of the other recordings were released under the band’s name.

Bernie Youngs Creole Jazz Band

Young’s Creole Jazz Band – 1928 – Left to Right: Preston Jackson, Bernie Young Sylvester Rice, Zilner Randolph, Mike McKendrick, Cassino Simpson, Gilbert Mundy, Edward Inge, Winston Walker, Bert Bailey.

discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Dearborn Street Blues
(Bernie Young)
11-1923 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12088-B
Every Saturday Night
(Bernie Young)
10-1923 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12060

1536-1
Every Saturday Night
(Bernie Young)
10-1923 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12060

1536-2
Tin Roof Blues
(New Orleans Rhythm Kings)
10-1923 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
20272
Paramount
14023 B
Claxtonola
1535
What’s The Use Of Lovin’?
(Anna Oliver)
10-1923 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12060

Bernie Young's Creole Jazz Band

Artist Instrument
Stump Evans Alto Saxophone
Preston Jackson Cornet
Mike McKendrick Banjo
Anna Oliver Vocals
Cassino Simpson Piano
Eddie Temple Piano
Bernie Young Cornet
unknown Clarinet

 

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