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Memphis Jazzers
The March of 1929 session is a Clarence Williams’ session. The other sessions feature different unknown bands.Memphis Jazzers

ddd discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Am I Blue?
(Harry Akst / Grant Clarke)
6-1929 New York, New York Bellbird
101
Goodson
158
Grey Gull
1739
Baby Won’t You Please Come Home?
(Clarence Williams / Charles Warfield )
3-1929 New York, New York Grey Gull
1718
Madison
1718
Radiex
1763
Big City Blues
(Conrad / Mitchell / Gottler)
7-1929 New York, New York Grey Gull
1751
Goodson
131
Bow Wow Blues
(Mosiello)
7-1929 New York, New York Grey Gull
1751
Goodson
156
Call Of The Wild 7-1929 New York, New York Grey Gull
1742
Goodson
159
Close Fit Blues
(Clarence Williams)
3-1929 New York, New York Grey Gull
1724
Radiex
1724
Madison
1718
Don’t Be Like That
(Gottler / Tobias / Pinkard)
7-1929 New York, New York Grey Gull
1568
Radiex
1568 (a)
In Harlem’s Araby
(Porter Grainger)
New York, New York Grey Gull
1804
Just Blues
(Mosiello)
8-1929 New York, New York Grey Gull
1739
Just Once More
(Mosiello)
10-1929 New York, New York Grey Gull
1783
Van Dyke
71783
Moanin’ Low
(Dietz / Rainger)
7-1929 New York, New York Grey Gull
1763 (b)
Radiex
1763
Stomp Along
(Mosiello)
8-1929 New York, New York Grey Gull
1749
You Ought To See Her Now
(Mosiello)
9-1929 New York, New York Grey Gull
1779
Van Dyke
71779

Memphis Jazzers

Artist Instrument
Ed Allen Cornet
Ed Cuffee Trombone
Arville Harris Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Leroy Harris Banjo
Cyrus St. Clair Bass Brass
Clarence Williams Piano, Vocals

 

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