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Various - "What Kind Of Rhythm Is That?" -- Territory Bands, 1927-1931 Album
Various - "What Kind Of Rhythm Is That?" -- Territory Bands, 1927-1931 Album
Performer: Various
Title: "What Kind Of Rhythm Is That?" -- Territory Bands, 1927-1931
Label: Frog
Country: UK
Released: 2000
Cat: DGF31
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1172 mb | MP3 size: 2222 mb | WMA size: 1598 mb
Genre: Jazz
Tracklist

1Maynard Baird And His Southern SerenadersJust For You
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Harold TaftBanjo – Buddy ThayerBrass Bass – Ebb GrubbDrums – Joe Fox Piano – Vic JohnsonTenor Saxophone – George SchulerTrombone – Horace OgleTrumpet – Sam GobleTrumpet, Alto Saxophone – Fred Brill
2Bill Brown & His BrowniesWhat Kind Of Rhythm Is That?
Alto Saxophone – Gene JohnsonAlto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Rupert ColeBanjo – Donald TathimBrass Bass, Double Bass – John KirbyDrums – Reggie Brown Piano – Norman LesterTenor Saxophone – Hubert ThompsonTrombone, Directed By – Bill Brown Trumpet – Billy Hicks, Ovie Alston
3Grant Moore And His New Orleans Black DevilsMama Don't Allow No Music Playing Here
Banjo, Guitar – Harold Robbins Brass Bass – Lawrence Williams Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Earl KeithClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Directed By – Grant MooreDrums – Harold Flood Piano – J. Norman EbronTenor Saxophone – Willard BrownTrombone – Thomas Howard Trumpet – Robert Russell , Sylvester Friel
4George E. Lee And His OrchestraSt. James Infirmary
Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Bass Saxophone [possibly] – Clarence Taylor Banjo, Guitar – Charles Russo Brass Bass – Clint WeaverClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Herman WalderDrums – Pete Woods Piano [possibly], Piano Accordion [possibly] – Jesse Stone, Julia LeeTenor Saxophone – Albert "Bud" JohnsonTenor Saxophone, Directed By, Vocals – George E. LeeTrombone – Jimmy Jones Trumpet – Harold Knox, Sam Utterbach
5Maynard Baird And His Southern SerenadersSorry
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Harold TaftBanjo – Buddy ThayerBrass Bass – Ebb GrubbDrums – Joe Fox Piano – Vic JohnsonTenor Saxophone – George SchulerTrombone – Horace OgleTrumpet – Sam GobleTrumpet, Alto Saxophone – Fred Brill
6Bill Brown & His BrowniesHot Lips
Banjo – Harry StevensBrass Bass – George DeLeonClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Ralph James Drums – Oliver TinesPiano – Bill CaineTenor Saxophone – Malvin WyattTrombone, Directed By – Bill Brown Trumpet – Billy Hicks, Charlie Johnson
7Hunter's SerenadersSensational Mood
Arranged By – Henry WoodsBanjo, Guitar – Herbert HannaksBrass Bass – Wallace WrightClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Archie Watts, Noble FloydDrums – Walter HarroldPiano – George MadisonTenor Saxophone – Harold D. ArnoldTrombone – Elmer CrumbleyTrumpet – George Lott, Lloyd Hunter, Ted Frank
8George E. Lee And His Novelty Singing OrchestraMeritt Stomp
Banjo – Unknown ArtistBrass Bass – Clint WeaverDrums – Abe PricePiano, Piano Accordion – Julia LeeSoprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Clarence Taylor Tenor Saxophone, Directed By – George E. LeeTrombone – Thurston "Sox" MaupinsTrumpet – Sam Utterbach
9Bill Brown & His BrowniesZonky
Alto Saxophone – Gene JohnsonAlto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Rupert ColeBanjo – Donald TathimBrass Bass, Double Bass – John KirbyDrums – Reggie Brown Piano – Norman LesterTenor Saxophone – Hubert ThompsonTrombone, Directed By – Bill Brown Trumpet – Billy HicksTrumpet, Vocals – Ovie Alston
10The Chickasaw SyncopatorsMemphis Rag
Alto Saxophone – Christopher Johnson , Williams Banjo – Alfred CahnsBrass Bass – Moses AllenDrums – Jimmy CrawfordPiano – Bobby Brown Tenor Saxophone – George ClarkeTrombone – H.B. Hall Trumpet – Charlie Douglas , Henry Clay
11George E. Lee And His OrchestraIf I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight
Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Bass Saxophone [possibly] – Clarence Taylor Banjo – Charles Russo Brass Bass – Clint WeaverClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Herman WalderDrums – Pete Woods Piano [possibly], Piano Accordion [possibly] – Jesse Stone, Julia LeeTenor Saxophone – Albert "Bud" JohnsonTenor Saxophone, Directed By, Vocals – George E. LeeTrombone – Jimmy Jones Trumpet – Harold Knox, Sam Utterbach
12Julia Lee With George E. Lee And His Novelty Singing OrchestraWon't You Come Over To My House?
Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Bass Saxophone [possibly] – Clarence Taylor Banjo – Charles Russo Drums – Pete Woods Piano, Piano Accordion, Vocals – Julia LeeTenor Saxophone – Albert "Bud" JohnsonTenor Saxophone, Directed By – George E. LeeTrombone – Jimmy Jones Trumpet – Harold Knox
13Bill Brown & His BrowniesBill Brown Blues
Banjo – Harry StevensBrass Bass – George DeLeonClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Ralph James Drums – Oliver TinesPiano – Bill CaineTenor Saxophone – Malvin WyattTrombone, Directed By – Bill Brown Trumpet – Billy Hicks, Charlie Johnson
14Walter Page's Blue DevilsSquabblin'
Alto Saxophone – Ted ManningClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Buster SmithDirected By, Double Bass – Walter PageDrums – Alvin BoroughsGuitar [possibly] – Reuben Lynch, Thomas OwenPiano – Charles Washington Tenor Saxophone – Reuben RoddyTrombone – Dan MinorTrumpet – Hot Lips Page, James Simpson
15Grant Moore And His New Orleans Black DevilsOriginal Dixieland One-Step
Banjo, Guitar – Harold Robbins Brass Bass – Lawrence Williams Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Earl KeithClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Directed By – Grant MooreDrums – Harold Flood Piano – J. Norman EbronTenor Saxophone – Willard BrownTrombone – Thomas Howard Trumpet – Robert Russell , Sylvester Friel
16George E. Lee And His OrchestraRuff Scufflin'
Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Bass Saxophone [possibly] – Clarence Taylor Banjo – Charles Russo Brass Bass – Clint WeaverClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Herman WalderDrums – Pete Woods Piano [possibly], Piano Accordion [possibly] – Jesse Stone, Julia LeeTenor Saxophone – Albert "Bud" JohnsonTenor Saxophone, Directed By – George E. LeeTrombone – Jimmy Jones Trumpet – Harold Knox, Sam Utterbach
17Walter Page's Blue DevilsBlue Devil Blues
Alto Saxophone – Ted ManningClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Buster SmithDirected By, Brass Bass – Walter PageDrums – Alvin BoroughsGuitar [possibly] – Reuben Lynch, Thomas OwenPiano – Charles Washington Tenor Saxophone – Reuben RoddyTrombone – Dan MinorTrumpet – Hot Lips Page, James Simpson Vocals – Jimmy Rushing
18Hunter's SerenadersDreaming 'Bout My Man
Banjo, Guitar – Herbert HannaksBrass Bass – Wallace WrightClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Archie Watts, Noble FloydDrums – Walter HarroldPiano – George MadisonTenor Saxophone – Harold D. ArnoldTrombone – Elmer CrumbleyTrumpet – George Lott, Lloyd Hunter, Ted FrankVocals – Victoria Spivey
19Maynard Baird And His OrchestraPostage Stomp
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Harold TaftBanjo – Buddy ThayerBrass Bass – Ebb GrubbDrums – Joe Fox Piano – Vic JohnsonTenor Saxophone – George SchulerTrombone – Horace OgleTrumpet – Fred Brill, Sam Goble
20George E. Lee And His OrchestraPaseo Strut
Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Bass Saxophone [possibly] – Clarence Taylor Banjo – Charles Russo Brass Bass – Clint WeaverClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Herman WalderDrums – Pete Woods Piano [possibly], Piano Accordion [possibly] – Jesse Stone, Julia LeeTenor Saxophone – Albert "Bud" JohnsonTenor Saxophone, Directed By – George E. LeeTrombone – Jimmy Jones Trumpet – Harold Knox, Sam Utterbach
21The Chickasaw SyncopatorsChickasaw Stomp
Alto Saxophone – Christopher Johnson , Williams Banjo – Alfred CahnsBrass Bass, Speech [preaching] – Moses AllenDrums – Jimmy CrawfordPiano – Bobby Brown Tenor Saxophone – George ClarkeTrombone – H.B. Hall Trumpet – Charlie Douglas , Henry Clay
22George E. Lee And His Novelty Singing OrchestraDown Home Syncopated Blues
Banjo – Unknown ArtistBrass Bass – Clint WeaverDrums – Abe PricePiano, Piano Accordion, Vocals – Julia LeeSoprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Clarence Taylor Tenor Saxophone, Directed By, Vocals – George E. LeeTrombone – Thurston "Sox" MaupinsTrumpet – Sam Utterbach
23Maynard Baird And His OrchestraI Can't Stop Loving You
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Harold TaftBanjo – Buddy ThayerBrass Bass – Ebb GrubbDrums – Joe Fox Piano – Vic JohnsonTenor Saxophone – George SchulerTrombone – Horace OgleTrumpet – Fred Brill, Sam Goble
24Julia Lee With George E. Lee And His Novelty Singing OrchestraHe's Tall, Dark And Handsome
Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Bass Saxophone [possibly] – Clarence Taylor Banjo – Charles Russo Drums – Pete Woods Piano, Piano Accordion, Vocals – Julia LeeTenor Saxophone – Albert "Bud" JohnsonTenor Saxophone, Directed By – George E. LeeTrombone – Jimmy Jones Trumpet – Harold Knox

Credits

  • DesignRich Art
  • Liner NotesJohn Capes
  • ProducerDavid French
  • Remastered ByJohn R. T. Davies

Notes

Recording date, location, matrix, catalog number:
1. 1927, Kansas City, Missouri, 578, Meritt 2206
2. 1927, Kansas City, Missouri, 579, Meritt 2206
3. March 17, 1927, New York, E-21986, Brunswick 7003
4. March 17, 1927, New York, E-21989, Brunswick 7003
5. March 17, 1927, New York, E-21990, Brunswick 7003
6. December 13, 1927, Memphis, 145373-2, Columbia 14301-D
7. December 13, 1927, Memphis, 145374-3, Columbia 14301-D
8. August 31, 1929, Knoxville, Tennessee, K-162, Vocalion 15834
9. August 31, 1929, Knoxville, Tennessee, K-163, Vocalion 15834
10. November 6, 1929, Kansas City, Missouri, KC-583, Brunswick 7132
11. November 6, 1929, Kansas City, Missouri, KC-584, Brunswick 7132
12. November 6, 1929, Kansas City, Missouri, KC-585, Brunswick 4684
13. November 6, 1929, Kansas City, Missouri, KC-586, Brunswick 4684
14. November 8, 1929, Kansas City, Missouri, KC-602, Brunswick 4761
15. November 8, 1929, Kansas City, Missouri, KC-603, Brunswick 4761
16. November 10, 1929, Kansas City, Missouri, KC-612, Vocalion 1463
17. November 10, 1929, Kansas City, Missouri, KC-613, Vocalion 1463
18. December 26, 1929, New York, E-31743, Brunswick 7142
19. December 26, 1929, New York, E-31744, Brunswick 7142
20. April 7, 1930, Knoxville, Tennessee, K-8100, Vocalion 1516
21. April 7, 1930, Knoxville, Tennessee, K-8101, Vocalion 1516
22. April 21, 1931, New York, VO-159-A, Vocalion 1621
23. April 21, 1931, New York, VO-160-A, Vocalion 1621
24. May 6, 1931, Chicago, VO-161, Vocalion 1622
25. May 6, 1931, Chicago, VO-162, Vocalion 1622

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 641654763127

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – David French
  • Copyright (c) – David French

Album

Territory Bands 1927-31. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: Various artists. 2001 jazz. Bill Brown & His Brownies. What Kind Of Rhythm Is That Alto Saxophone Gene JohnsonAlto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone Rupert ColeBanjo Donald TathimBrass Bass, Double Bass John KirbyDrums Reggie Brown 6Piano Norman LesterTenor Saxophone Hubert ThompsonTrombone, Directed By Bill Brown 16Trumpet Billy Hicks, Ovie Alston. In addition, there is the debut of Jimmie Lunceford's Orchestra the 1927 Chickasaw Syncopators and numbers by Bill Brown's Brownies, Maynard Baird's Southern Serenaders including Postage Stomp, Hunter's Serenaders with singer Victoria Spivey, and Grant Moore's New Orleans Black Devils. This CD overflows with classic music that often gets left out of the jazz history books. Listen free to Various Artists What Kind of Rhythm Is That - Territory Bands 1927-31 Down Home Syncopated Blues, Meritt Stomp and more. 25 tracks . A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Various Artists. What Kind of Rhythm Is That - Territory Bands 1927-31. Play album. Get album. Rhapsody International Inc. Get app. Have the app. Music Apps & Devices Pricing. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. Fix in Music Library. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist Sample. Albüm 2001 1 Parça. Ücretsiz to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Bill Brown Blues Bill Brown & his Brownies What Kind of Rhythm Is That - Territory Bands 1927-31 2000