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Earl Hines and his Orchestra

Earl Hines Orchestra
Earl Hines Orchestra 1933 – left to right top row Charles Allen, Walter Bishop, Cecil Irwin, left to right bottom rowLawrence Dixon, George Dixon, William Franklin, Omer Simeon, Earl Hines, Darnell Howard, Quin Wilson, Louis Taylor, Walter Fuller

discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Angry
(George Brunies / Jules Cassard / Abbie Brunies / Mecum)
9-13-1934 New York, New York Decca
183 A
Beau-Koo Jack
(Alex Hill / Louis Armstrong / Walter Melrose)
2-15-1929 Chicago, Illinois Victor
V-38043-A
Blue 3-26-1933 New York, New York Brunswick
6872
Blue Drag 7-14-1932 New York, New York Brunswick
6345
Blue Nights
(Bickerton)
10-25-1929 Chicago, Illinois Victor
V-38096
Boogie Woogie On St. Louis Blues
(W.C. Handy arranged by Earl Hines)
New York, New York Bluebird
B-10674-A
Bubbling Over 10-27-1933 New York, New York Brunswick
6710
Cavernism
(Earl Hines / Jimmy Mundy)
2-13-1933 New York, New York Brunswick
6541
Cavernism
(Earl Hines)
9-13-1934 New York, New York Decca
183 B
Chicago Rhythm
(Brown)
2-22-1929 Chicago, Illinois Victor
V-38042
Copenhagen
(Charlie Davis / Walter Melrose)
9-13-1934 New York, New York Decca
337 B
Darkness 3-27-1933 New York, New York Brunswick
3379
Deep Forest 6-28-1932 New York, New York Columbia
35878
Everybody Loves My Baby
(Palmer / Williams)
2-13-1929 Chicago, Illinois Victor
V-38042
Fat Babes
(Jimmy Mundy)
9-12-1934 New York, New York Decca
218 A
Good Little, Bad Little You (2)
(Bud Green / Sam Stept)
2-14-1929 Chicago, Illinois Victor
V-38043-B
Good Little, Bad Little You (3)
(Bud Green / Sam Stept)
2-14-1929 Chicago, Illinois Victor
Grand Piano Blues 10-25-1929 Chicago, Illinois Victor
V-38096
Harlem Lament
(Wilson)
10-27-1933 New York, New York Brunswick
6771
Have You Ever Felt That Way?
(Spencer Williams / Agnes Castleton)
2-14-1929 Chicago, Illinois Victor
V-38048
I Got It Bad And That At Good
Vocals by Billy Eckstein, Madeline Greene and the Three Varieties

(Paul Webster / Duke Ellington)
New York, New York Bluebird
B-11374-A
I Love You Because I Love You 7-14-1932 New York, New York Brunswick
6379
I Want A Lot Of Love 10-27-1933 New York, New York Brunswick
6710
Julia 3-27-1933 New York, New York Brunswick
6872
Just To Be In Caroline 3-26-1933 New York, New York Brunswick
6960
Oh! You Sweet Thing 7-14-1932 New York, New York Brunswick
6345
Mad House
(Earl Hines)
3-26-1933 New York, New York Brunswick
3379
Maple Leaf Rag
(Scott Joplin)
9-12-1934 New York, New York Decca
218 B
Maybe To Blame 2-13-1933 New York, New York Brunswick
Number 19 New York, New York Bluebird
B-10674-B
Ridin’ A Riff 9-13-1934 New York, New York Decca
Rock And Rye
(Earl Hines)
9-13-1934 New York, New York Decca
577 B
Rosetta (A)
(Earl Hines / Henry Woode)
2-13-1933 New York, New York Columbia
6541
Rosetta (B)
(Earl Hines / Henry Woode)
2-13-1933 New York, New York Brunswick
Rosetta
(Earl Hines / Henry Woode)
9-12-1934 New York, New York Decca
337 A
Sister Kate
(A.J. Piron)
2-15-1929 Chicago, Illinois Victor
Sensational Mood
(Floyd / Henry Woode)
7-14-1932 New York, New York Brunswick
6379
Straight To Love
(Earl Hines)
New York, New York Bluebird
B-11374-B
Sweet Ella May
(Renard / Alpert / Robinson)
2-13-1929 Chicago, Illinois Victor
22842-A
Sweet Georgia Brown
(Maceo Pinkard / Kenneth Casey / Bernie)
9-12-1934 New York, New York Decca
182 B
Swingin’ Down 3-27-1933 New York, New York Brunswick
Take It Easy
(Jimmy Mundy)
10-27-1933 New York, New York Brunswick
6771
That’s A Plenty
(Lew Pollack / Ray Gilbert)
9-12-1934 New York, New York Decca
182 A
We Found Romance 3-26-1933 New York, New York Brunswick
6960
Why Must We Part? 2-13-1933 New York, New York Brunswick
Wolverine Blues
(Benjamin Spikes / John Spikes / Jelly Roll Morton)
9-13-1934 New York, New York Decca
577 A
You’re Are The One In My Dreams 3-27-1933 New York, New York Brunswick

Earl Hines and his Orchestra

Artist Instrument
Charlie Allen Trumpet
Hayes Alvis Tuba
Wallace Bishop Drums
Lester Boone Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone
Shirley Clay Cornet
Lawrence Dixon Guitar
George Dixon Trumpet
William Franklin Trombone, Vocals
Walter Fuller Trumpet, Vocal
Earl Hines Piano, Vocals
Darnell Howard Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Violin
Cecil Irwin Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Herb Jeffries Vocals
George Mitchell Cornet
Jimmy Mundy Tenor Saxophone
Claude Roberts Banjo, Guitar
Omer Simeon Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone
Valaida Snow Vocals
Kenneth Stuart Trombone
Louis Taylor Trombone, Alto Saxophone
Toby Turner Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Benny Washington Drums
Quin Wilson Tuba, Bass
Henry Woodip Alto Saxophone
Trummy Young Trombone

 

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