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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Miff Mole; Frankie Trumbauer; Jack Teagarden; Duke Ellington; James P Johnson; Louis Armstrong; Henry Allen; Frederic Ramsey, Jr.; Armand J Piron; Nick LaRocca; James Cavanaugh; Harry Barris; Jimmy McPartland; Spencer Williams; W C Handy; Joseph Meyer; Clarence Todd; Clarence Williams; King Oliver; Fats Waller; Eddie Condon; Cotton Pickers (Ragtime band); Little Molers (Musical group); Kentucky Grasshoppers (Musical group); Louisiana Rhythm Kings (Musical group); Lang-Venuti All Star Orchestra.; Clarence Williams' Blue Five.; Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra.; Kentucky Club Orchestra.; Buddies (Musical group : Fats Waller); Louis Armstrong Orchestra.; Smithsonian/Folkways Recordings.
Originally issued as FJ-2807 circa 1953.
Program notes by Frederick Ramsey, Jr. included.
Folkways : F-2807 (additional no. on back insert: FJ-2807).
|Event notes:||Recorded between 1922 and 1934.|
|Description:||1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + program notes ( p. ; 28 cm.)|
|Contents:||I wish I could shimmy like my sister Kate (Cotton Pickers) (2:58) --
Original Dixieland one-step (Miff Mole and his Little Molers) (2:48) --
Missisippi mud (Frankie Trumbauer and his orchestra) (3:12) --
Makin' friends (Kentucky Grasshoppers) (3:05) --
Basin Street blues (Louisiana Rhythm Kings) (3:20) --
Beale Street blues (Lang-Venuti All Star Orchestra) (3:25) --
Junk man (Jack Teagarden and his orchestra) (3:09) --
Papa de-da-da (Clarence Williams' Blue Five) (3:08) --
Sugar foot stomp ; Dippermouth (Fletcher Henderson and his orchestra) (2:54) --
The creeper (Duke Ellington and his Kentucky Club Orchestra) (2:52) --
Harlem River quiver (Duke Ellington and his orchestra) (2:51) --
You can't do what my last man did (James P. Johnson, piano) (3:14) --
Harlem fuss (Fats Waller and his buddies) (2:43) --
Knockin' a jug (Louis Armstrong and his orchestra) (3:30) --
It should be you (Henry Allen and his New Yorkers) (3:13).
|Series Title:||Custom compact disc series.|
|Other Titles:||New York 1922-1934|