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Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtimers
Also See: Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtime Band, and Joseph “Muggsy” Spanier (1906-1967)

discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Alice Blue Gown
(Tierney / McCarthy)
4-1944 New York, New York Commodore
625 B
Angry
(George Brunies / Jules Cassard / Abbie Brunies / Mecum)
4-1944 New York, New York Commodore
616 B
Darktown Strutter’s Ball
(Shelton Brooks)
12-1944 New York, New York Commodore
621 A
Hesitating Blues
(W.C. Handy)
1-2-1942 New York, New York Decca
4271 B
Memphis Blues
(W.C. Handy)
9-27-1944 New York, New York Commodore
C 1519
Oh, Lady Be Good
(Ira Gershwin / George Gershwin)
4-1944 New York, New York Commodore
629 B
Riverside Blues
(Thomas A. Dorsey)
9-1944 New York, New York Commodore
586 A
Rosetta
(Earl Hines / Woode)
9-1944 New York, New York Commodore
586 B
September in the Rain
(Dubin / Warren)
4-1944 New York, New York Commodore
C 1517 B
Snag It
(King Oliver)
4-1944 New York, New York Commodore
616 A
Sobbin’ Blues
(Art Kassel / Vic Berton)
12-1944 New York, New York Commodore
621 A
Sugar
(Pinkard / Mitchell / Alexander)
4-1944 New York, New York Commodore
629 A
Sweet Lorraine
(Mitchell Parish / Cliff Burwell)
4-1944 New York, New York Commodore
C 1517 A
Sweet Sue, Just You
(Will J. Harris / Victor Young)
9-27-1944 New York, New York Commodore
C 1519
The Lady’s In Love With You
(Lane / Lesser)
12-1944 New York, New York Commodore
C 576 A
Weary Blues
(Papa Charlie Jackson)
4-1944 New York, New York Commodore
625 A
Whistlin, The Blues
(Muggsy Spanier / Bob Haggart)
12-1944 New York, New York Commodore
C 576 A

Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtimers

Artist Instrument
Dick Cary Piano
Bob Casey Bass
Eddie Condon Guitar
Joe Grauso Drums
Bob Haggart Bass, Whistling
Lou McGarity Trombone
Miff Mole Trombone
Pee Wee Russell Clarinet
Boomie Richman Tenor Saxophone
Gene Schroder Piano
Muggsy Spanier Trumpet
Sid Weiss Bass
George Whetting Drums

 

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