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The Jungle Band was a pseudonym for the Duke Ellington Orchestra.

ddd discography

TitleRecording DateRecording LocationCompany
Accordion Joe
(Dale Wimbrow / Charles Cornell)
4-22-1930New York, New YorkBrunswick
4783

E-32613-A
Accordion Joe
(Dale Wimbrow / Charles Cornell)
4-22-1930New York, New YorkBrunswick
4783

E-32613-B
Admiration
(W.H. Tyers)
3-20-1930New York, New YorkBrunswick
4776
Cincinnati Daddy
(Duke Ellington)
12-10-1929New York, New YorkDecca
GRD-3-640
Cotton Club Stomp
(Duke Ellington / Johnny Hodges / Harry Carney)
4-22-1930New York, New YorkBrunswick
4887

E-32614-A
Cotton Club Stomp
(Duke Ellington / Johnny Hodges / Harry Carney)
4-22-1930New York, New YorkBrunswick
4887

E-32614-B
Creole Rhapsody Part 1 1-20-1931New York, New YorkBrunswick
6093

E-35939-A
Creole Rhapsody Part 21-20-1931New York, New YorkBrunswick
4887

E-35940-A
Double Check Stomp
(Barney Bigard)
4-22-1930New York, New YorkBrunswick
4783
Harlem Flat Blues
(Duke Ellington)
3-1-1929New York, New YorkBrunswick
4309
Home Again Blues
(Irving Berlin / Harry Akst)
10-27-1930New York, New YorkBrunswick
6003
Jazz Convulsions
(Duke Ellington)
9-13-1929New York, New YorkBrunswick
4705
Jolly Wog
(Duke Ellington)
9-13-1929New York, New YorkBrunswick
4705
Jungle Jamboree
(From Connies “Hot Chocolates)

(Andy Razaf / Harry Brooks / Fats Waller)
7-29-1929New York, New YorkBrunswick
4492
Maori (Foxtrot)
(W.H. Tyers)
2-21-1930New York, New YorkBrunswick
unissued
Maori (Rhumba) (a)
(W.H. Tyers)
3-20-1930New York, New YorkBrunswick
6812
Maori (Rhumba) (b)
(W.H. Tyers)
3-20-1930New York, New YorkBrunswick
4776
Mood Indigo
(Duke Ellington / Barney Bigard / Irving Mills)
10-17-1930New York, New YorkBrunswick
4952
Paducah
(Don Redman)
3-1-1929New York, New YorkBrunswick
4309
Rent Party Blues
(Duke Ellington / Johnny Hodges)
3-1-1929New York, New YorkBrunswick
4345
Rockin’ Chair
(Hoagy Carmichael)
1-14-1931New York, New YorkBrunswick
6732
Rockin’ In Rhythm
(Duke Ellington / Harry Carney / Irving Mills)
1-14-1931New York, New YorkBrunswick 6038
Runnin’ Wild
(Joe Grey / Leo Wood / A. Harrington Gibbs)
10-17-1930New York, New YorkBrunswick
4952
Sweet Mama
(Duke Ellington / Irving Mills)
12-10-1929New York, New YorkBrunswick
4760
Twelfth Street Rag
(James. S. Sumner / Euday L. Bowman)
1-14-1931New York, New YorkBrunswick 6038
Wall Street Wail
(Duke Ellington / Irving Mills)
12-10-1929New York, New YorkBrunswick
4887

E-31509-A
Wall Street Wail
(Duke Ellington / Irving Mills)
12-10-1929New York, New YorkBrunswick
4887

E-31509-B
Wang Wang Blues
(Gus Mueller / Bert Johnson / Henry Busse)
10-27-1930New York, New YorkBrunswick
6003
(What Did I Do To Be So)
Black And Blue

(From Connies “Hot Chocolates)

(Andy Razaf / Harry Brooks / Fats Waller)
7-29-1929New York, New YorkBrunswick
4492
When You’re Smiling
(Mark Fisher / Joe Goodwin / Larry Shay)
3-20-1930New York, New YorkBrunswick
4760

E-32447-A
When You’re Smiling
(Mark Fisher / Joe Goodwin / Larry Shay)
3-20-1930New York, New YorkBrunswick
4760

E-32447-B

ArtistInstrument
Barney BigardClarinet, Tenor Saxophone
Wellman BraudBass
Harry CarneyClarinet, Alto and Baritone Saxophone
Duke EllingtonPiano
Sonny GreerDrums, Tamborine
Fred GuyBanjo
Johnny HodgesClarinet, Saprano and Alto Saxophone
Freddy JenkinsTrumpet
Frank MarvinVocals
Irving MillsVocals
Joe NantonTrombone
Benny PaineVocals
Dick RobertsonVocals
Cornell SmelserPiano, Arranger
Juan TizolValve Trombone
Arthur WhetselTrumpet
Cootie WilliamsTrumpet, Vocals

A special thanks to Dave Dixon, for his help with this discography.

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