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Clarence Williams' Jazz Kings
Clarence Williams' Jazz Kings

ddd discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
A Pane In The Glass
(Clarence Williams)
8-26-1929 New York, New York Columbia
14460-D
Any Time
(Clarence Williams / Joe Jordan)
4-10-1928 New York, New York Columbia
14314-D
Baby, Won’t You Please Come Home
(Clarence Williams / Charles Warfield)
2-19-1931 New York, New York Columbia
14666-D
Breeze
(Blow My Baby Back To Me)

(Hanley / MacDonald / Goodwin)
4-6-1929 New York, New York Columbia
14422-D
Candy Lips
(Mike Jackson / Jack Lauria)
1-25-1927 New York, New York Columbia
14193-D
Close Fit Blues
(Clarence Williams)
1-12-1928 New York, New York Columbia
14287-D
Dreaming The Hours Away
(Will Dulmage)
1-12-1928 New York, New York Columbia
14287-D
Freeze Out
(Fats Waller)
8-26-1929 New York, New York Columbia
14460-D
Gravier Street Blues
(Clarence Williams)
1-25-1927 New York, New York Columbia
14193-D
Have You Ever Felt Like That?
(Clarence Williams / Agnes Castleton)
2-5-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1735-D
High Society Blues
(Clarence Williams)
7-23-1930 New York, New York Columbia
14555-D
If You Like Me Like I Like You
(Clarence Williams)
2-5-1929 New York, New York Columbia
1735-D
I’m Going Back To Bottomland
(Clarence Williams / Jo Trent)
8-18-1927 New York, New York Columbia
14244-D
I’m Not Worrying
(Clarence Williams / Fats Waller)
6-21-1929 New York, New York Columbia
14447-D
I Need You
(Clarence Williams / Jackson)
5-29-1928 New York, New York Columbia
14326-D
In Our Cottage Of Love
(Milne / Schafer)
5-28-1929 New York, New York Columbia
14434-D
Lazy Levee Loungers
(W. Robison)
7-23-1930 New York, New York Columbia
14555-D
Mountain City Blues
(Charlie Troutt)
4-6-1929 New York, New York Columbia
14422-D
Nervous Breakdown
(Clarence Williams)
9-26-1929 New York, New York Columbia
14468-D
Papa De-Da-Da
(Clarence Williams / Clarence Todd / Spencer Williams)
2-19-1931 New York, New York Columbia
14666-D
Rail Road Rhythm
(Fats Waller)
9-26-1929 New York, New York Columbia
14468-D
Red River Blues
(Clarence Williams)
3-29-1928 New York, New York Columbia
14434-D
Shooting The Pistol
(Clarence Williams)
8-19-1927 New York, New York Columbia
14241-D
Shout, Sister, Shout! 2-19-1931 New York, New York Harmony
1368-H
Sweet Emmalina
(Andy Razaf / Jack Palmer / Spencer Williams)
4-10-1928 New York, New York Columbia
14314-D
The Keyboard Express
(Mike Jackson)
8-1-1928 New York, New York Columbia
14348-D
Them Things Got Me
(Clarence Williams / Jackson)
5-28-1929 New York, New York Columbia
14434-D
Walk That Broad
(Tom Delaney / Warren Frisino)
8-1-1928 New York, New York Columbia
14348 -D
When I March In April With May 8-19-1927 New York, New York Columbia
14241-D
Whoop It Up
(Jackson)
6-21-1929 New York, New York Columbia
14447-D
You’ll Long For Me
(When The Cold Winds Blow)

(Clarence Williams)
8-18-1927 New York, New York Columbia
14244-D
You’ve Got To Be Modernistic
(James P. Johnson)
12-3-1929 New York, New York Columbia
14488-D
Zonky
(Andy Razaf / Fats Waller)
12-3-1929 New York, New York Columbia
14488-D

Clarence Williams' Jazz Kings

Artist Instrument
Ed Allen Cornet
Buster Bailey Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone
Benny Carter Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Floyd Casey Drums
Ed Cuffee ? Trombone
Wilber de Paris Alto Saxophone
Leonard Davis ? Trumpet
Richard Fulbright Bass
Charlie Gaines ? Trumpet
Arville Harris Clarinet, Alto, and Soprano Saxophone
Leroy Harris Banjo
Coleman Hawkins Tenor Saxophone
James P. Johnson Piano
Benny Moten ? Clarinet
King Oliver ? Cornet
Russell Procope Clarinet, Alto, and Soprano Saxophone
Albert Socarras Clarinet, Alto, and Soprano Saxophone
Cyrus St. Clair Tuba
Eva Taylor Vocals
Ben Whittet ? Clarinet
Clarence Williams Piano, Vocals

 

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