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Tennessee Ten
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ddd discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Down Hearted Blues
(Introducing “Chirpin’ The Blues”)

(Lovie Austin / Alberta Hunter)
6-7-1923 New York, New York Victor
19094-B
Gulf Coast Blues – Sugar Blues Medley Fox Trot
(Clarence Williams)
6-7-1923 New York, New York Victor
19094-A
Here Comes Emaline
(O’Flynn / Phillips / Sherman)
3-31-1926 New York, New York Gennett
X-53-B
Here Comes Emaline
(O’Flynn / Phillips / Sherman)
4-27-1926 New York, New York Gennett
3286

X-95
Long-Lost Mama
(Daddy Misses You)

(Harry Woods)
4-27-1923 New York, New York Victor
19105-A
Tain’t Nobody’s Biz-ness If I Do
(Introducing “Achin’ Hearted Blues”)

(Porter Grainger / E. Robbins)
6-26-1923 New York, New York Victor
19109-B
That Big Blonde Mama
(Billy Rose / James V. Monaco)
7-23-1923 New York, New York Victor
19130-A
Waitin’ For The Evenin’ Mail
(Sittin’ On The Inside, Lookin’ At The Outside)

(Billy Baskette)
6-26-1923 New York, New York Victor
19109-A
What Happened To Rose
(Could Happen To You)

(Sydney / King / Russell)
3-31-1926 New York, New York Gennett
3285
You’ve Got To See Mama Ev’ry Night
(Billy Rose / Con Conrad)
4-27-1923 New York, New York Victor
19073-A

Tennessee Ten

Artist Instrument
Jack Brown Vocals
John Cali Banjo
Arthur Fields Vocals
John Helleberg Brass Bass
Jules Levy Jr. Trumpet
Nick Lucas Banjo
Jimmy Lytell Clarinet
Loring Murray Alto Saxophone
Phil Napoleon Trumpet
Charles Panelli Trombone
Jack Roth Drums
Frank Signorelli Piano
Rudy Wiedoeft Alto Saxophone

 

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