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Bill Brown and his Brownies
Bill Brown and his Brownies
ddd discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Bill Brown Blues
(Bill Brown)
3-17-1927 New York, New York Brunswick
7003-A

E-21986
Hot Lips
(Henry Busse / Jack Lange / Lou Davis)
3-17-1927 New York, New York Brunswick
7003-B

E-21989
Hot Lips
(Henry Busse / Jack Lange / Lou Davis)
3-17-1927 New York, New York Brunswick
7003-B

E-21990
What Kind Of Rhythm Is That?
(Easton)
12-26-1929 New York, New York Brunswick
7142

E-31744
Zonky
(Andy Razaf / Fats Waller)
12-26-1929 New York, New York Brunswick
7142

E-31743

Bill Brown and his Brownies

Artist Instrument
Ovie Alston Trumpet, Vocals
Bill Brown Trombone
Reggie Brown Drums
Bill Caine Piano
Rupert Cole Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone
George DeLeon Bass Brass
Billy Hicks Trumpet
Ralph James Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Charlie Johnson Trumpet
Gene Johnson Alto Saxophone
John Kirby Bass Brass, String Bass
Norman Lester Piano
Herbert Thompson Tenor Saxophone
Harry Stevens Banjo
Donald Tatim Banjo
Oliver Tines Drums
Melvin Wyatt Tenor Saxophone

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