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Six Black Diamonds

This was a pseudonym, often used on Banner, and other Regal Record Company, Inc.-produced labels that were marketed & distributed by the Plaza Music Company. It was applied to numerous releases, often material obtained from other studios, but also to house bands and impromptu studio groups that were not associated with a specific orchestra.

discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Any Way The Wind Blows
(James F. Hanley / Henry Creamer)
8-1924 New York, New York Banner
(Missouri Jazz Band)
Away Down East In Maine New York, New York Banner
Regal
9413-A
Bang! (On Your Tambourine) New York, New York Banner
1206-B
Barney Google New York, New York Banner
1206-A
Charleston Baby
(Raymond / Wesley)
11-28-1925 New York, New York Banner
1679
Regal
9835-A
Charleston Cabin 7-1924 New York, New York Banner
Chlo-E
(Song Of The Swamp)
Vocal Chorus Leroy Montesanto

(Gus Kahn / Neil Moret)
7-1924 New York, New York Banner
6167-A
Dixieanna
(The Pride Of The South)
Vocal Chorus by Jack Kaufman

(Hoffman)
New York, New York Banner
6318-B
Dumbell
(Zez Confrey)
New York, New York Banner
Regal
9413-B<
Flamin’ Mamie 2-1926 New York, New York Banner
(Perry’s Hot Dogs)
I Never Care ‘Bout Tomorrow 9-1924 New York, New York Banner
(The Chiclet Orchestra)
If I Can’t Have The Sweetie I Want
(Joe Young / Sam M. Lewis)
9-1923 New York, New York Banner
Regal
9553-A<
I’ve Got Those Charleston Blues 3-1926 New York, New York Banner
(Missouri Jazz Band)
Josephine (Who’s The Meanest Gal In Town ?) 3-1924 New York, New York Banner
Long Lost Daddy
Chorus by Jack Kaufman

(Ness)
New York, New York Banner
6352-B
Long-Lost Mama (Daddy Misses You)
(Harry Woods)
6-1923 New York, New York Banner
Lots O’Mama
(Esther Weber / Billy Meyers / Elmer Schoebel)
1-1924 New York, New York Banner
Mindin’ My Business
(Gus Kahn / Walter Donaldson)
1-1924 New York, New York Regal
9612-A
My Charleston Dancing Man 11-28-1925 New York, New York Banner
(Missouri Jazz Band)
My Papa Doesn’t Two-Time No Time 3-1924 New York, New York Banner
My Sue 7-1924 New York, New York Banner
6167-B
(Missouri Jazz Band)
My Sweetie Went Away 7-1923 New York, New York Banner
Nobody’s Sweetheart 2-1924 New York, New York Banner
Please Tell Me Why 9-1924 New York, New York Banner
(The Chiclet Orchestra)
San
(Lindsay McPhail / Walter Michaels)
7-1924 New York, New York Banner
Say, Mister ! Have You Met Rosie’s Sister ? 2-1926 New York, New York Banner
(Perry’s Hot Dogs)
Sobbin’ Blues
(Art Kassell / Vic Berton)
9-1923 New York, New York Banner
Sweet Georgia Brown
(Ben Bernie)
11-28-1925 New York, New York Regal
9835-B
Those Panama Mamas
(Friend / Walter Donaldson)
12-2-1924 New York, New York Banner
Regal
9553-B
Waitin’ Around 2-1924 New York, New York Banner
Where Has Mammy Gone ? 4-23-1929 New York, New York Banner
(Joe Dubin’s Dance Orchestra)

Six Black Diamonds

Artist Instrument
John Cali Banjo
Russ Carlson Piano
Tommy Dowd Trombone
Joe Dubin Tenor Saxophone
Arthur Fields Vocals
Jake Frazier Trombone
Bob Fuller Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Nathan Glantz Alto Saxophone
Harry Gluck Trumpet
Ross Gorman Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone
Tommy Gott Cornet
Vincent Grande Trombone
Arthur Hall Vocals
Louis Hooper Piano
Jack Kaufman Vocals
Ray Kitchingman Banjo
Sammy Lewis Trombone
Jimmy Lytell Clarinet
Louis Metcalf Cornet
Bubber Miley ? Cornet
Miff Mole Trombone
Ken “Goof” Moyer Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Effects
Phil Napoleon Trumpet
Charles Panelli Trombone
Elmer Snowden Banjo

 

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