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Various Dixieland Jazz: This Was the Jazz Age [disc 1] (2005)
Discographical data gleaned from and .\n10CD: Documents/Membran 22689-321 (2005), EAN 4011222226891, ISBN 978-3-86562-780-3.
This jazz cd contains 20 tracks and runs 59min 43sec.
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  1. Johnny De Droit & His New Orleans Orchestra - The Swing [1924] (03:05)
    (Johnny DeDroit)\nRecorded New Orleans US-LA, 1924-03-16 (mx 08561-A); OKeh 40090-A, as by Johnny DeDroit & His Band.
  2. King Oliver's Jazz Band - Sobbin' Blues [1923] (03:17)
    (Art Kassel/Vic Berton)\nRecorded Chicago US-IL, 1923-06-22 (mx S8394-B); OKeh 4906-A, as by King Oliver Jazz Band.
  3. Clarence Williams' Blue Five - Wild Cat Blues [1923] (03:00)
    (Clarence Williams/Thomas Wiley)\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1923-07-30 (mx S71706); OKeh 4925-B, as "Wildcat Blues" by Clarence Williams.
  4. George McClennon's Jazz Devils - New Orleans Wiggle [1924] (03:04)
    (A.J. Piron/Peter Bocage)\nRecorded 1924-05-14 (or 1926-09?) (mx 72524-B); OKeh 8150-B, as by George McClennon Jazz Devils.
  5. Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra - Kater Street Rag [1925] (02:31)
    (Bennie Moten Orchestra)\nRecorded Kansas City US-MO, 1925-05-14 (mx 09125-A); OKeh 8277-A, as "Kater Street Rag" by Bennie Moten Kansas City Orch.
  6. Edna Winston - Pail in My Hand [1926] (03:12)
    (Winston)\nRecorded 1926-11-23 (mx 36960-3); Victor 20424.
  7. Thomas Morris & His Seven Hot Babies - The Mess [1926] (02:51)
    (Thomas Morris)\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1926-11-24 (mx 36962-3); Victor 20364-A, as by Thomas Morris Hot Babies.
  8. New Orleans Owls - White Ghost Shivers [1926] (02:47)
    (Swan/Tarto)\nRecorded Atlanta US-GA, 1926-11-08 (mx W143112-2); Columbia 862D.
  9. Andy Preer & the Cotton Club Orchestra - I Found a New Baby [1927] (03:09)
    (Jack Palmer/Spencer Williams)\nAKA "I've Found a New Baby".\nRecorded New York US-NY, 1927-02-09 (or 1927-02-03?) (mx X0513 [GEX-513]); Gennett 6056, as by Andy Preer's Cotton Pickers; Champion 15227, as by Dixie Boys (Preer).
  10. Louis Dumaine's Jazzola Eight - Pretty Audrey [1927] (03:21)
    (Eddie Jackson/Morris Rouse)\nRecorded New Orleans US-LA, 1927-03-07 (mx 37977-1); Victor 20723, as by Louis Dumaine's Jazzola 8; HMV B5385.
  11. Dixon's Jazz Maniacs - Crazy Quilt [1927] (02:52)
    (Vance Dixon)\nRecorded Chicago US-IL, 1927-01 (mx P4090); Paramount 12446-A, as by Vance Dixon's Pencils.
  12. Ross De Luxe Syncopaters - Don't You Wanna Know? [1927] (02:40)
    (Robert H. Cloud)\nRecorded Savannah US-GA, 1927-08-16 (mx 39824-2); Victor 21537-A, as "Don't You Wanna Know? (Creole Belles)" by Ross Deluxe Syncopators.
  13. Reb Spikes' Majors & Minors - My Mammy's Blues [1927] (03:00)
    (Spikes Brothers)\nRecorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1927-10-15 (mx W144765-3); Columbia 1193D, as by Reb Spikes Majors & Minors.\nRoland Bruce: violin
  14. Charles Creath's Jazz-O-Maniacs - Butter Finger Blues [1927] (03:02)
    (Charles Creath)\nRecorded St. Louis US-MO, 1927-05-02 (mx 80823-B); OKeh 8477, as "Butterfinger Blues" by Charlie Creath Jazzomaniacs.
  15. Sam Morgan's Jazz Band - Everybody's Talking About Sammy [1927] (02:39)
    (Sam Morgan)\nRecorded New Orleans US-LA, 1927-04-14 (mx W143976-2); Columbia 14213D.
  16. Lou Weimer's Gold & Black Aces - Merry Widow's Got a Sweetie Now [1928] (02:55)
    (Weimer)\nRecorded Richmond US-IN, 1928-07-28 (mx G14102); Gennett 6540, as by Lew Weimer Gold & Black Aces.\nEddie Stone: vocal
  17. Slim Lamar's Southerners - Goofus [1928] (02:49)
    (Bob Nolan)\nRecorded Memphis US-TN, 1928-09-06 (mx 45491=2); Victor 21710-A.
  18. J. Neal Montgomery & His Orchestra - Auburn Avenue Stomp [1929] (03:03)
    (Henry Mason)\nRecorded Atlanta US-GA, 1929-03-14 (mx 402314-C); OKeh 8682, as "Auburn Avenue Stomp" by Neil Montgomery (sic).\nJ. Neal Montgomery: piano, leader\nHenry Mason, Karl Burns: trumpet\nJesse Wilcox: tuba\nTed Gillum: drums\nOther personnel unk
  19. Whoopee Makers - Rush Inn Blues [1929] (03:05)
    (Williams)\nRecorded 1929-01-10 (mx E28948); Vocalion 15769, as by Whoopee Makers (Pettis).\nNote: This is Jack Pettis' Whoopee Makers, not the Duke Ellington Orchestra, which sometimes recorded under the pseudonym The Whoopee Makers.
  20. Paul Howard's Quality Serenaders - The Ramble [1929] (03:08)
    (Charlie Lawrence)\nRecorded Culver City US-CA, 1929-04-28 (mx 50868-1); Victor V-38068-B, as by Paul Howard Quality Serenaders; Bluebird 5804.


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