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GREY GULL STUDIO BANDS

Grey Gull Records, headquartered in Boston with studios in New York, used a fairly stable roster of musicians for its house orchestra, like most recording companies of the time. On both parent and subsidiary labels (Madison, Radiex, Supreme, Van Dyke, inter alia), pseudonyms were the rule, often differing across labels. Occasionally there were even anonymous issues. To further complicate life, the same recording under a different title, catalog number, and band credit occasionally was re-pressed on the same label. For records issued outside the United States, there is yet another array of pseudonyms. To simplify, Grey Gull dance records by this "house band" contingent are listed here if they offer something to interest the jazz collector and if they do not belong to a distinctly identifiable group which played and recorded in venues other than the Grey Gull studios. The artist credit, if any, is shown after each individual catalog number.

2 t / tb / cl, as / as / ts / p / bj / bb / d. New York, c. July-August, 1925.

3678-B Strut Your Jones

Rx 1296 (Original Dixie Rag Pickers)

3689-B I'm Wild

Globe 1298 (Metropolitan Players), Mad 1603 (Joe Harrison and his Orchestra)

3691-B I'm Gonna Charleston Back To Charleston

Globe 1298 (Original Dixie Rag Pickers)

The following collective personnel seems to hold good for the remaining Grey Gull items: Mike Mosiello and usually one other, t / Charlie Butterfield or Tommy Dorsey, tb / Andy Sannella, cl, as, stg / Al Duffy, vn / Frank Banta, p / Charlie Magnante, pac / John Cali, bj / George Hamilton Green, Joe Green, d, vib, x, marimba etc.; unknown others (ts, bb, extra vn from time to time).

New York, c. January, 1929

3017-B It's Tight Like That

VD 33025 (Memphis Jazzers)

New York, May, June, 1929.

3474- Two Red Lips

VD 914 (Mike Mosiello's Radio Stars)

3475-A Just Blues (Meanest Kind Of Blues*)

Mad 1649 (Cotton Pickers Orchestra), Rx 909* (Mike Mosiello's Radio Stars), VD 71739 (Memphis Jazzers)

Guy Clark (almost certainly a pseudonym), v. New York, c. June, 1929.

3517-B It's Tight Like That - vGC

VD 33025 (Memphis Jazzers)

3518-A Sweet Little Sis

GG 1747 (Atlanta Merrymakers), Mad 1939 (The Joy Dispensers), 50015, 50024 (Atlanta Merrymakers), VD 71747 (The Jazzopators)

Beale Street Blues

Mad 50015, Rx / JD 5015 (Atlanta Syncopators)

New York, July-August, 1929.

3572-A Stomp Along (Follow Thru'*) (Black Stomp**)

VD 71749 (Memphis Jazzers), Mad 1935** (Atlanta Merrymakers), Rx 927*, Phonycord 523 (Mike Mosiello and his Radio Stars)

3573-C Wow Wow Blues (Ja Da Blues*) (Wa Wa Ja Da Blues**)

GG 1751 (Memphis Jazzers), VD 901, 5001*, 71751, Mad 1935**, 50001 (Joy Dispensers),


Gds 156 (Memphis Jazzers)

Irving Kaufman, v where shown. New York, c. October, 1929.

3665-A You Ought To See Her Now - v

Rx 957 (Memphis Jazzers)

3686-B Painting The Clouds With Sunshine - vIK

VD 71781, Gds 155, Bellbird 118 (Manhattan Syncopators)

New York, October, November, 1929.

3711-A That Wicked Stomp (Waiting For You*) (Just You, Honey**)

GG 1888, Mad 50008, Rx / VD 5008 (Atlanta Syncopators), Mad 6036 (Majestic Dance Orchestra), VD 71798** (Louisville Master Players), Gds 240* (Dixie Ragpickers)

3713-A Blue Ridge Blues

GG 1819 (The Jazzopators)

Mike Mosiello, t / cl, as / Andy Sannella, as / ? Claude Austin, p / bj. New York, c. January 17, 1930.

3843-A-B The Rackett [sic]

GG / Rx 1843, VD 909, 81843, Mad 6002

3844-A The Harlem Stomp Down

GG / Rx 1836, Rx 945, VD 81836

NOTE: All issues as LEVEE SYNCOPATORS except Van Dyke 818, as NEW ORLEANS PEPSTERS.

New York, c. April 21, 1930.

3890-A 'Tain't No Sin - v

GG / Globe 1839 (Kansas City Blue Boys), VD 81339, Gds 205 (Wolverine Pepperpots)

New York, c. April 21, 1930.

4024-B Hittin' 'Em Low

Rx 917, Gds 218 (Dixie Rag Pickers)

2 t / tb / ? Andy Sannella, cl, as / ts / Charlie Magnante, pac / p / bj / ob / d / Irving Kaufman, v. New York, c. May, 1930.

4070-A Dancing With Tears In My Eyes - vIK

Pic 605


NOTE: This issue as PICCADILLY DANCE BAND.

There are probably many other records by the Grey Gull house bands of equal jazz interest. See also Fred Hall, some of whose Grey Gull sides have been mistakenly cited in the past as house-band performances.



GORDON GRIMES AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Pseudonym on Champion for The Vagabonds, q.v.



MARIE GRINTER

Vocal, acc. by cl / as / vn / p. Richmond, IN, April 6, 1925.

12185 Morning Dove Blues

Gnt 3004, Buddy 8023

12187 Leavin' My Daddy Is Hard To Do

Gnt unissued

NOTE: Matrix 12186 is by Hociel Thomas.

Acc. by Aletha Dickerson, p. Chicago, June 21, 1926.

9761-A East And West Blues

OK 8384


9762-A M. C. Blues

OK 8384


Acc. by the State Street Ramblers: Angelo "Alvin" Fernandez, cl / Jimmy Blythe, p / Bill Johnson, sb. Richmond, IN, July 18, 1928.

14068 Road House Blues

Gnt 6551, Ch 15590, Spt 9304

14069 St. Louis Man

Gnt 6738, Spt 9304

14070,-A West Virginia Blues

Gnt unissued

14071 Do Right Blues

Gnt 6551

NOTE: Champion as MAY ROGERS.

Acc. by W. E. Burton, p. Richmond, IN, July 19, 1928.

14091-A Charleston Blues

Gnt 6733, Spt 9530

14082 Treated Wrong Blues

Gnt unissued

TOM GRISELLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Thomas Griselle was a musical director and house accompanist at Gennett's New York studio, but only the following from his output is likely to interest the jazz collector.

Tom Griselle, p, a, dir: t / tb / cl / as / ts / bj / ob / d / Chic Sawyer, v. New York, c. June 4, 1925.

9573 Stop, You're Tickling Me - vCS

Gnt 3081, Ch 15015

NOTE: Champion as QUEEN CITY BOYS.



HELEN GROSS

Vocal, acc. by the Choo Choo Jazzers: Tom Morris, c / Bob Fuller, cl / Louis Hooper, p. New York, c. April, 1924.

31561 He's Never Gonna Throw Me Down

Ajax 17037

31564 Hard Luck Blues

Ajax 17037, PA 032067, Per 12146.

31565 Eavesdropper's Blues

Ajax 17036

31567 Haunted House Blues

Ajax 17036

NOTE: Pathé Actuelle 032067 and Perfect 12146 as CLEMENTINE SMITH.

Acc. by Bob Fuller, cl / Louis Hooper, p / Joe Davis, effects, where shown. New York, c. July 1924.

31585 Better Give Your Sweetie What She Needs

Ajax 17042

31587 I Wonna Jazz Some More [sic]

Ajax 17042

31588 Foolish Woman's Blues - eJD

Ajax 17050

31590 Strange Man - eJD

Ajax 17050, PA 032067, Per 12146

NOTE: Pathé Actuelle 032067 and Perfect 12146 as CLEMENTINE SMITH.

Acc. by Bob Fuller, cl / Porter Grainger, p / Joe Davis, effects, where shown. New York, c. July 1924.

31594 Ghost Walkin' Blues

Ajax 17051 - eJD

31596 My Man Ain't Yo' Man

Ajax 17051

Acc. by Bubber Miley, c, or Bob Fuller, cl / Cliff Jackson, p. New York, c. August, 1924.

31609 Rockin' Chair Blues - cBM

Ajax 17046

31611 Sorrowful Blues - cBM

Ajax 17046

31613 What'll I Do? (waltz) - cBM

Ajax 17049

31616 Neglected Blues - clBF

Ajax 17071

31620 Conjure Man Blues - cBM

Ajax 17082

Acc. by Louis Metcalf, c/ Cliff Jackson, p. New York, c. September, 1924.

31633 If You Can't Ride Slow And Easy - cLM

Ajax 17077

31649 Ticket Agent, Ease Your Window Down - cBM

Ajax 17050

Acc. by Bob Fuller, clt / ? Louis Hooper, p / unknown d*. New York, c. September, 1924.

31651 Chicago Monkey Man Blues - clBF

Ajax 17062

31654 *These Dogs Of Mine - clBF

Ajax 17062

Acc. by Bob Fuller, cl / ? Porter Grainger, p / unknown chimes, whistle, k, where used / Sterling Conaway, ­u* / two unknown males, speech**. New York, c. October, 1924.

31682 *Death Letter Blues - cl / k / u

Ajax 17067

31684 **Crap Shootin' Blues - cl / p

Ajax 17067

Acc. by Bob Fuller, cl / Louis Hooper, p. New York, c. October, 1924.

31700 / 01 Bloody Razor Blues

Ajax 17071

Acc. by the Kansas City Five: ? Bubber Miley, c / Jake Frazier, tb / Bob Fuller, cl / Louis Hooper, p / ? Elmer Snowden, bj / unknown chimes. New York, October 28, 1924.

9813 Undertaker's Blues

Ed unissued

Acc. by the Choo Choo Jazzers: Rex Stewart, c / Jake Frazier, tb / Bob Fuller, cl / Louis Hooper, p, as shown. New York, c. December 1924.

31755 Last Journey Blues - c / tb / p

Ajax 17090

31757 Bitter Feelin' Blues - c / tb / p

Ajax 17086

31759 Workin' Woman's Blues - cl / p

Ajax 17133

New York, c. March, 1925.

31840-E Dark Man (You Ain't Gonna Darken My Life) - c / tb / p

Ajax 17133



ELMER GROSSO AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Although Elmer Grosso was a real-life trumpeter, violinist, and bandleader during the 1920s, he took no part in the following records listed as shown in this book, ascribed to him:­

Angelus 3136 Outside (California Ramblers)

Starr 747 Honey (Irving Mills and his Orchestra)



GORGON GRUNDY'S EXPLODING MYTHS

Pseudonym on XX for King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band, q.v.



FRANK GUARENTE

FRANK GUARENTE'S WORLD KNOWN GEORGIANS: Frank Guarente, t, dir. probably: Ben Pickering, t, tb / Eddie Bave, cl, as / Harold Connelly, ts, bar / Joe Murray, p / Arthur German­, bj / Jack Ryan, bb / Ted Noyes, d, v. Geneva, Switzerland, October 7, 1926.

401 Georgians Blues

Kalophon 401, 4401

402 Lonely Acres

Kalophon 402, 4402

403 Hard-To-Get Gerty [sic] - vTN

Kalophon 4O3, 4403

404 Boneyard Shuffle

Kalophon 2104, 4404

405 Lonesome And Sorry - vTN

Kalophon 405, 4405

406 Valencia

Kalophon 406, 4406

407 There's A Boatman On The Volga

Kalophon 407, 4407

408 Too Bad

Kalophon 408, 4408

NOTE: The above titles are coupled in sequence as listed, i.e., 401 / 402, etc. The last two are labeled FRANK GUARENTE'S GEORGIANS.

Cornet solo, acc. by Carroll Gibbons, p. Hayes, Middlesex, August 22, 1927.

Bb-11408-1 Pretty And Blue

HMV unissued

FRANK GUARENTE AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Frank Guarente, t, dir: tb / cl, as / as / ts / p / bb / d / Irving Kaufman (as ROBERT WOOD), v. New York, November 22, 1928.

147478-2 My Mother's Eyes - vIK

Har 788-H, SR 1035-S, VT 1788-V

147479-2 Sweethearts On Parade - vIK

Har 787-H, VT 1787-G

147480-2 A Room With A View - vIK

Har 793-H , VT 1793-V

147481-1 When Polly Walks Through The Hollyhocks - vIK

Har 830-H, VT 1830-V

NOTE: Harmony 793-H as ARTHUR ROSS'S WESTERNERS.



VERA GUILAROFF

The following records by this famous Canadian pianist are of considerable interest as ragtime. Others she made in Montreal about this time, and in London in 1937, do not come within the scope of this book.

Piano solos. Compo studios, Montreal, May 19, 1926.

E-2378 / 81 Maple Leaf Rag (Scott Joplin)

PA unissued

E-2382 Calico Rag (Charles L. Johnson)

PA unissued

Compo studios, Montreal, July 12, 1926.

E-2453 Maple Leaf Rag (Scott Joplin)

PA / Spt 21178, 11430, Per 11251, Apex 753

E-2456 Calico Rag (Charles L. Johnson)

PA / Spt 21178, 11430, Per 11251, Apex 753



CLARENCIO GUILLERMO Y SUS DIABLOS DEL JAZZ

This tortuously exact translation of "Clarence William and his Jazz Devils" was used on Mexican Okeh to cover every Clarence Williams item on that label, regardless of the exact original designation.



THE GULF COAST SEVEN

This is a pseudonym for Perry Bradford's Jazz Hounds on the first session shown, according to the Columbia files. The remaining sessions probably were also made by Bradford bands, although they are not identified as such in the Columbia files.

Gus Aiken, c / Bud Aiken, tb / ? Garvin Bushell, cl / Ernest Elliott, cl, ts / Leroy Tibbs, p / John Mitchell, bj. New York, May 17, 1923.

81021-3 Fade Away Blues

Col A3916

81022-3 Daybreak Blues

Col A3916

2nd c, added; Sam Speed, bj, may replace Mitchell. New York, August 7, 1923.

81168-2 Papa, Better Watch Your Step

Col A-3978

81169-2 Memphis, Tennessee

Col A-3978

June Clark, c / Jimmy Harrison, tb / Buster Bailey, cl, ss, as / Prince Robinson, ts / Willie "The Lion" Smith, p / Buddy Christian, bj / ? Bill Benford, bb / "Jazz" Carson, d. New York, November 5, 1925.

141245-4 Santa Claus Blues

Col 14107-D

141246-3 Keep Your Temper

Col 14107-D

Louis Metcalf, c / ? Joe Nanton, tb / ? Johnny Hodges, ss, as / ? Barney Bigard, cl, ts / James P. Johnson, p /


? Sonny Greer, d / Perry Bradford, v. New York, October 19, 1928.

147151-1 Daylight Savin' Blues

Col 14373-D

147152-1 Georgia's Always On My Mind - vPB

Col 14373-D

GULF COAST SPASM BAND

Pseudonym on Oriole 204 for the New Orleans Blue Nine, q.v.



GULF COAST TRIO

Pseudonym on Buddy 8041 for the Rocky Mountain Trio, q.v.



JOE GUMIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA

2 t / tb / cl, as / as / ts / p / bj, g / bb / d / Sammy Sievert, v. Grafton, WI, c. January, 1931.

L-710-2 Blue Again - vSS

Bwy 1430, Ang 3306

Unknown sb replaces bb. Chicago, October 30, 1931.

151868-3 Jingle Bells (The One-Horse Open Sleigh) - v in five languages

Col 2571-D, 12421-F, 35788, Re G-21490

151869-2 I'll Think Of You

Col 2571-D, 35788

NOTE: Other records by this orchestra are not known to be of any interest as jazz.



MICKEY GUY

MICKEY GUY AND HIS ROSE TREE CAFE ORCHESTRA: Joe Frasetto, vn, dir: Norman Thoms, t / Mickey Guy, tb, a / Harry Miller, cl, as / Kirk Wiler, p / Harry Rosen, bj / Sam Buchman, d. New York, c. September 4, 1925.

73590-B Rose Tree Strut

OK 40462


73591-A So That's The Kind Of A Girl You Are

OK 40462


MICKEY GUY'S HOTTENTOTS: Norman Thoms, t / Mickey Guy, tb, a / Frank Sax, cl, as / Hugh Curley p / Wayne Conger, bj, g, vn / Walter Savage, bb / Arthur Craney, d. New York, c. March 5, 1926.

74040-B In Your Green Hat

OK 40588, Od 03382

74041-A In My Gondola

OK 40588, Od 03382

New York, c. March 31, 1926.

106741 Two-Ton Tessie

PA 36478, Per 14659

106742 Rhythm Rag

PA 36433, Per 14614

106743 Philadelphia

PA 36433, Per 14614



GUYON'S PARADISE ORCHESTRA

The following sides by this unit are of some jazz interest.

Jules R. Herbuveaux dir: 2 t / tb / cl / cl, as / cl, ss, ts / Del Symonds, p / bj / ob / d. New York, May, 1923.

71514-B Henpecked Blues

OK 4862, Par E-5115

71515-B I've Got The Ain't Got Nothin', Never Had Nothin' Blues

OK 4866, Par E-5116

71518- I Never Miss The Sunshine (I'm So Used To The Rain)

OK 4883, Par E-5118

71519- Louisville Lou (The Vamping Lady)

OK 4862

H
CASS HAGAN

CASS HAGAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Cass Hagan, vn, dir: Bob Ashford, Bo Ashford, t / Eddie Lappe, tb / Jack Towne, cl, as, bar / Roy Thrall, as / Frank Crum, ts / Lennie Hayton, p, or / Jim Mahoney, bj / Ed Brader, bb, sb / Chick Condon, d / Arthur Fields, v. New York, February 18, 1927.

11529 The Kinkajou

Ed 51959


11530 It All Depends On You - vAF

Ed 51959


CASS HAGAN AND HIS HOTEL MANGER ORCHESTRA: As above, but Tom Dowd, tb, replaces Lappe; Fred Frank, p, replaces Hayton; Franklyn Baur, v. New York, April 13, 1927.

144026-2-4 Hallelujah! - vFB

Col 966-D, 4612, 0854

144027-3 Sometimes I'm Happy - vFB

Col 966-D, 4612, 0854

NOTE - Columbia 0864 as DENZA DANCE BAND.

CASS HAGAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA: As last. New York, April 27, 1927.

11668 I Adore You

Ed 52012

11669 Lily

Ed 52012

CASS HAGAN AND HIS HOTEL MANGER ORCHESTRA: As last. New York, May 24, 1927.

144216-3 Melancholy Charlie

Col 1033-D

144217-3 Variety Stomp

Col 1033-D

CASS HAGAN AND HIS PARK CENTRAL HOTEL ORCHESTRA: As last, but Red Nichols, t, added; Al Philburn, tb, replaces Dowd. New York, July 18, 1927.

144465-3 Havana - vFB

Col 1089-D

144466-4 Here Am I - Broken, Hearted - vFB

Col 1089-D

Al Weber, bb, replaces Brader; Lewis James, Elliott Shaw, v added. New York, September 2, 1927.

144617-2 The Varsity Drag - vFB-LJ-ES

Col 1114-D, 4966, 01151

144618-1-2-3 Broadway - vFB

Col unissued

Ray Lodwig, t, replaces Nichols; Pee Wee Russell, cl, ts, added; Frank Luther, v. New York, September 30, 1927. 144618-5 Broadway - vLJ

Col 1138-D

144815-2 Manhattan Mary - vLJ-FL-ES

Col 1138-D, Re DK-8272

Henry Levine, t, replaces Lodwig; Don Murray, cl, as, bar, replaces Towne; Irving Kauf­man (as FRANK HARRIS), v. New York, October 28, 1927.

144922-3 My Lady - vLJ

Col 1176-0

144923-2 Dear, On A Night Like This - vLJ

Col 1222-D, 0946

NOTE: Columbia 0946 as DENZA DANCE BAND.

Bob Ashford omitted. New York, January 27, 1928.

145573-3 Golden Gate - vIK

Col 1334-D, 01350

145574-3 My Ohio Home - vFH

Col 1301-D, 4913, 01080, 01139

HAGAN'S HOTEL RITZ ORCHESTRA

Pseudonym on Australian Panachord P-11998 for Red Nichols and his Orchestra, q.v.



BILL HAID

WILLIAM HAID: Banjo solo, acc. unknown p. Chicago, c. February, 1925.

701 Shim-Sha-Wabble [sic] / I'll See You In My Dreams

Auto (unnumbered)

NOTE: This is a Ludwig banjo demonstration record; the reverse, by Haid and a speaker, is of no jazz interest.

BILL HAID AND HIS THIEVES OF SLEEP: Bill Haid, bj, dir: t / tb / as / ts / vn / p / bb, sb / d / George Moore, v. Chicago, July, 1928.

20707-1-2 Slue Foot

Pm 20625, Bwy 1187

20709-1 Waiting - vGM

Pm 20630, Bwy 1188

20710-2 I'm Walking Between The Raindrops - VGM

Pm 20630, Bwy 1188

20711-2-3 Lonely Little Bluebird - vGM

Pm 20628, Bwy 1187

NOTE: Matrix 20708 is by Ida Cox.

BILL HAID AND HIS CUBS: Same instrumentation; Frank Wells, v. Chicago, July, 1928.

20741-3 Blue Grass - vFW

Pm 20644, Bwy 1200, EBW 4880

20742-3 Hold Everything, Here Comes My Girl - vFW

Pm 20644, Bwy 1200, Emb 9028, Sav 1031

20743-1-2 If You Don't Love Me - vFW

Pm 20643, Bwy 1201

20747-4 Jeannine (I Dream Of Lilac Time) [fox trot] - vFW

Pm 20643, Bwy 1201

NOTE: Edison Bell Winner 4880 as THE PLAZA BAND; Embassy 8028 as AMBASSADOR'S DANCE ORCHESTRA; Savoy 1031 as SAVOY DANCE BAND. Despite the label, Paramount 20643 is not played as a waltz.

Diana Dell, J. Allen v. Chicago, July, 1928.

20755-1 I Ain't Got Nobody - vDD

Pm 20658, Bwy 1217

20756-2 Etiquette - vJA

Pm 20646, Bwy 1205 20757

20753-1 Pickin' Cotton - vJA

Pm 20646, Bwy 1205

Chicago, August, 1928.

20790-2 I Can't Give You Anything But Love, vJA

Ban 7193, Bwy 1206, Dom 21470, Pm 20647, Re 8615, Apex 8812, LS 24317, Mic 22317, St 10381

20791-3 Crazy Rhythm - vJA

Pm 20647, Bwy 1206

20792-2 Blue Shadows - vJA

Pm 20648, Bwy 1207

20793-3 That's My Way Of Forgetting You - vJA

Pm 20648, Bwy 1207

NOTE: Banner, Domino, Apex, Lucky Strike, Microphone and Starr as HOLLYWOOD DANCE ORCHESTRA; Regal as IMPERIAL DANCE ORCHESTRA.

Chicago, August-September, 1928.

20814-1 Good Girl - vFW

Pm 20652, Bwy 1211

20929-1 A Good Man Is Hard To Find - vDD

Pm 20658, Bwy 1217

Chicago, September, 1928.

20843-1 Shake It Down - vFW

Pm 20661, Bwy 1220

20849-3 Weary Weasel

Pm 20661, Bwy 1220

Chicago, November, 1928.

20977-1 Lonesome

Pm 20678, Bwy 1237

NOTE: Matrix 20975 is a waltz by this group, of no jazz interest; matrix 20976 is untraced.

Chicago, December, 1928.

21032-2 Me And The Man In The Moon - vET

Pm 20676, Bwy 1235

21033-2 Where The Shy Little Violets Grow - vET

Bwy 1234

21034-1 Doin' The Raccoon - vET

Pm 20676, Bwy 1235

NOTE: Despite the label of the last title, it is not a waltz. Broadway 1234 as THE VARSITY MEN.



EWEN HAIL

Vocal, acc. by t / cl / bar / p. Chicago, July 27, 1928.

C-2152-A-B The Girl Friend

Bwk unissued

C-2153-A Blues (My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me)

Bwk unissued



HAL'S DIXIE COLLEGIANS

Pseudonym on Duophone D-4054 for Hal Kemp and his Orchestra, q.v.



HALE, WALTER

Pseudonym on Operaphone 5154 for Noble Sissle, q.v.



HALFWAY HOUSE (DANCE) ORCHESTRA

Albert Brunies, c, dir: Joe Loyacano, tb / Leon Roppolo, cl, as / Charlie Cordella, cl, ts / Mickie Marcour, p / Bill Eastwood, bj / Leo Adde, d. New Orleans, January 22, 1925.

8890-A Pussy Cat Rag

OK 40318, JCl 524

8891-A Barataria

OK 40318, JCl 524

NOTE: Jazz Classics 524 as LEO RAPPOLO WITH THE HALFWAY HOUSE JAZZ ORCHESTRA.

Loyacano, Roppolo omitted; Cordella doubles as; Bill Whitmore, p, replaces Marcour. New Orleans, September 25, 1925.

140997-1 Squeeze Me

Col 541-D, BRS 997

140998-1 Maple Leaf Rag

Col 476-D

140999-1-2 Let Me Call You Sweetheart

Col 476-D

141000-2 New Orleans Shuffle

Col 541-D, BRS 997

Albert Brunies, c, dir: Charlie Cordella, cl / Glyn Lea "Red" Long, p, v / Angelo Palmisano, ­bj / Chink Martin, bb / Emmett Rogers, d. New Orleans, April 13, 1926.

142006-2 Snookum

Col 1041-D

142007-2 Since You're Gone

Col 681-D

142008-1 It Belongs To You - vGLL

Col 1041-D

142009-2 I'm In Love

Col 681-D

New Orleans, April 15, 1927.

143983-1 Won't You Be My Lovin' Baby? - vGLL

BRS 19

143984-3 I Don't Want To Remember - vGLL



VJM VLP-22 (LP)

NOTE: BRS 19 as ABBIE BRUNIES' HALFWAY HOUSE ORCHESTRA.­

Joe Loyacano, as, added; Johnny Saba, v. New Orleans, October 24, 1927.

145008-1-2 Why Did You Make Me Cry? - VGLL

Col unissued

145009-1-2 When You've Lost Your Baby

Col unissued

145010-1 When I'm Blue

Col 1263-D

145011-2 I Want Somebody To Love - vJS

Col 1263-D

Albert Brunies, c, dir: Sidney Arodin, cl (and tin, whistle*) / Joe Loyacano, as / Glyn Lea "Red" Long, p / Angelo Palmisano, bj / Chink Martin, bb / Emmett Rogers, d / Johnny Saba, v. New Orleans, April 26, 1928.

146205-1 Love Dreams

Col 1542-D

146206-2 I Hate Myself For Lovin' You - vJS

VJM VLP-22 (LP)

146207-1 Let Your Lips Touch My Lips



VJM VLP-22 (LP)

Martin plays sb. New Orleans, April 27, 1928.

146218-2 *I'll Go Back To That Dear Old Pal O' Mine - vJS

VJM VLP-22 (LP)

146219-3 Tell Me Who - vJS

Col 1542-D

146220-3 Wylie Avenue Blues

Col 01437

NOTE: Columbia 01437 as ALBERT BRUNIES AND HIS HALFWAY HOUSE ORCHESTRA.

Martin reverts to bb. New Orleans, December 17, 1928.

147658-2 Just Pretending - vJS

Col 1959-D

147659-2 If I Didn't Have You - vJS

Col 1959-D

NOTE: This issue as ALBERT BRUNIES AND HIS HALFWAY HOUSE ORCHESTRA.




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