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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Vincent Rose; Vincent Rose Montmartre Orchestra.; Glen Oswald's Serenaders.; Art Landry Orchestra.; Horace Heidt's Orchestra.; Boswell Sisters.
Program notes by Ate van Delden (ill.) inserted in container.
|Event notes:||Recorded in Los Angeles, Oakland, Culver City, and Hollywood between June 1924 and July 1930.|
|Description:||1 sound disc (76:26) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||String beans ; Helen gone ; Sadie (Vincent Rose and his Montmartre Orchestra) --
Oh, Peter ; Go your way and I'll go mine ; Oh Peter ; Go your way and I'll go mine ; I ain't got nobody to love ; I wouldn't be crying now ; Buck town blues (Glen Oswald's Serenaders) --
Rip saw blues ; I'll get you ; Lazy blues ; Sleepy time gal ; The camel walk ; Swamp blues ; Five foot two, eyes of blue ; Everybody stomp ; Slippery elm (Art Landry and his Orchestra) --
Golden gate ; Im Ka-Razy for you (Horace Heidt's Orchestra) --
He's a good man to have around ; I'm the last of the red hot Mammas (Herman Kenin's Ambassador Hotel Orchestra) --
We're on the highway to heaven ; That's what I like about you (Jackie Taylor and his Orchestra).
|Series Title:||Chris Barber collection.|
|Other Titles:||Jazz on America's West Coast, 1924-1930|