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Red and Miff's Stompers
Red and Miff's Stompers

ddd discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Alabama Stomp (a)
(from Earl Carroll’s “Vanities”)

(Creamer / Johnson)
10-13-1926 New York, New York Edison
Alabama Stomp (b)
(from Earl Carroll’s “Vanities”)

(Creamer / Johnson)
10-13-1926 New York, New York Edison
Alabama Stomp (c)
(from Earl Carroll’s “Vanities”)

(Creamer / Johnson)
10-13-1926 New York, New York Edison
Black Bottom Stomp (b)
(Jelly Roll Morton)
11-10-1926 New York, New York Edison
518781 L
Black Bottom Stomp (c)
(Jelly Roll Morton)
11-10-1926 New York, New York Edison
518781 L
Davenport Blues (2)
(Bix Beiderbecke)
2-11-1927 New York, New York Victor
20778-B
Davenport Blues (3)
(Bix Beiderbecke)
2-11-1927 New York, New York Victor
20778-B
Delirium (2)
(Arthur Schutt)
2-11-1927 New York, New York Victor
20778-A
Delirium (3)
(Arthur Schutt)
2-11-1927 New York, New York Victor
20778-A
Feeling No Pain
(Fud Livingstone)
10-12-1927 New York, New York Victor
Hurricane (a)
(Paul Mertz)
11-10-1926 New York, New York Edison
Hurricane (b)
(Paul Mertz)
11-10-1926 New York, New York Edison
Hurricane (c)
(Paul Mertz)
11-10-1926 New York, New York Edison
Slippin’ Around (1)
(Miff Mole)
10-12-1927 New York, New York Victor
21397-B
Slippin’ Around (2)
(Miff Mole)
10-12-1927 New York, New York Victor
21397-B
Stampede (a)
(Fletcher Henderson)
10-13-1926 New York, New York Edison
Stampede (b)
(Fletcher Henderson)
10-13-1926 New York, New York Edison
Stampede (c)
(Fletcher Henderson)
10-13-1926 New York, New York Edison

Red and Miff's Stompers

Artist Instrument
Vic Berton Drums
Tony Colucci Banjo
Jimmy Dorsey Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Alfie Evans Alto Saxophone
Miff Mole Trombone
Red Nichols Cornet, Trumpet
Arthur Schutt Piano
Joe Tarto Tuba

 

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