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Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Chizzlin’ Sam
(Clarence Williams)
8-7-1933 New York, New York Columbia
2829-D
High Society
(Clarence Williams / A.J. Piron)
8-7-1933 New York, New York Columbia
2806-D

152466-2
High Society
(Clarence Williams / A.J. Piron)
8-7-1933 New York, New York Columbia
2806-D

152466-3
I Like To Go Back In The Evenin 5-15-1933 New York, New York Vocalion
Unissued
Kansas City Man Blues
(Clarence Williams / Lonnie Johnson)
9-9-1930 New York, New York Okeh
8826
Mississippi Basin
(Andy Razaf / Reginald Foresythe)
6-16-1933 New York, New York Vocalion
03350
Mister, Will You Serenade?
(Clarence Williams / Ikey Robinson / Alex Hill)
8-7-1933 New York, New York Okeh
41565
Organ Grinder Blues
(Clarence Williams)
8-7-1933 New York, New York Columbia
2863-D
Shim Sham Shimmy Dance
(Clarence Williams / Andy Razaf)
8-7-1933 New York, New York Columbia
2806-D
Sitting On Top Of The World
(Jacobs / Carter)
9-9-1930 New York, New York Okeh
8826

404435
Somebody Stole my Gal 1934? ? ?
You Ain’t Too Old
(Clarence Williams / Alex Hill)
8-7-1933 New York, New York Columbia
2863-D

Clarence Williams' Jug Band

Artist Instrument
Ed Allen Cornet
Herman Chittison Piano
Charlie Irvis ? Trombone
Lonnie Johnson Guitar
Jimmie McLin Guitar
Albert Nicholas Clarinet
Ikey Robinson Banjo
Cecil Scott Clarinet
Omer Simeon ? Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone
Willie “The Lion” Smith Piano
Eva Taylor Vocals
Clarence Todd Kazoo, Vocals
Clarence Williams Piano ?, Jug, Vocals
Willie Williams Washboard

 

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