Title: Caravan / Public Melody Number One
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1110 mb | MP3 size: 2303 mb | WMA size: 1014 mb
|1||–Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra||Public Melody Number One|
Clarinet [Uncredited], Alto Saxophone [Uncredited] – Charlie Holmes, Pete Clark Clarinet [Uncredited], Alto Saxophone [Uncredited], Tenor Saxophone [Uncredited] – Albert NicholasClarinet [Uncredited], Tenor Saxophone [Uncredited] – Bingie MadisonDouble Bass [Uncredited] – Pops FosterDrums [Uncredited] – Paul BarbarinGuitar [Uncredited] – Lee BlairPiano [Uncredited], Conductor [Uncredited] – Luis RussellTrombone [Uncredited] – George Matthews , George Washington, J.C. HigginbothamTrumpet [Uncredited] – Henry "Red" Allen, Louis Bacon, Shelton HemphillTrumpet, Vocals, Leader – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – Arlen, Koehler
|2||–Edgar Hayes & His Orchestra||Caravan|
Alto Saxophone [Uncredited], Clarinet [Uncredited] – Roger Boyd Clarinet [Uncredited], Alto Saxophone [Uncredited] – Rudy PowellDouble Bass [Uncredited] – Elmer JamesDrums [Uncredited] – Kenny ClarkeGuitar [Uncredited] – Andy Jackson Piano, Leader, Conductor, Directed By – Edgar HayesTenor Saxophone [Uncredited] – Crawford WethingtonTenor Saxophone [Uncredited], Bass Saxophone [Uncredited], Arranged By [Uncredited], Clarinet [Uncredited] – Joe GarlandTrombone [Uncredited] – Robert Horton, Clyde Bernhardt, Joe BrittonTrumpet [Uncredited] – Bernard Flood, Henry Goodwin, Leonard "Ham" DavisWritten-By – Ellington, Tizol
- Vocals – Louis Armstrong (tracks: B)
Side A cut at Decca's New York recording studios from the 50 West 57th Street on May 25 of 1937 & originally issued on Decca 1338, british Brunswick 02448 & german Brunswick 80139.
Side B cut at Decca's New York recording studios from the 50 West 57th Street on July 2 of 1937 & originally issued on Decca 1347, british Decca F-6540, french Decca 60497, german Brunswick A-81383 & french Brunswick A-505118.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 62217A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 62328A
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