Thursday, 10 February 2011

"Chu" Chu Berry and his Stompy Stevedores - Original 1936-1941 Recordings - JEE 22007


"Chu" Chu Berry and his Stompy Stevedores - Original 1936-1941 Recordings - JEE 22007 - Blowing Up a Breeze

SIDE ONE


CHU BERRY AND HIS STOMPY STEVEDORES

1-NOW YOU'RE TALKING MY  LANGUAGE (Koehler-Mitchell-Stept), Anne-Rachel Music Corp., 1937; Recorded New York, March 23, 1937, (M 293-1) Variety 532. Hot Lips Page, trumpet and vocal; George Matthews, trombone,- Buster Bailey, clarinet; Chu Berry, tenor sax; Horace Henderson, piano and arranger; Lawrence Lucie, guitar,- Israel Crosby, bass,- Cozy Cole, drums.

2-INDIANA (BACK HOME AGAIN IN INDIANA) (Macdonald-Hanley), Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1917; Recorded New York, March 23, 1937,   (M 294-1)  Variety 587. Personnel same as Band 1; no vocal.

3-TOO MARVELOUS FOR WORDS (Mercer-Whiting), Harms, Inc., 1937; Recorded New York, March 23,1937, (M 295-2) Variety 532. Personnel same as Band 1 ,• vocal by Hot Lips Page.

4-LIMEHOUSE  BLUES   (Furber-Braham),  Harms,   Inc.,   1922; Recorded New York, March 23, 1937, {M 297-1) Variety 587. Personnel same as Band 1; no vocal.

5-CHUBERRY JAM  (Berry), Mills Music, Inc., 1937. Recorded New York, September 10, 1937,  (M 622-1)  Columbia 37571. Irving Randolph, trumpet; Keg Johnson, trombone; Chu Berry, tenor sax; Benny Payne, piano; Dave Barbour, guitar; Milt Hinton, bass; Leroy Maxey, drums.

6-MAELSTROM   (Berry), Mills Music, Inc., 1937; Recorded New York, September 10, 1937, (M 623-1) Columbia 37571. Personnel same as Band 5.

7-MY SECRET LOVE AFFAIR  (Mitchell-Pollack). Movietone Music Corp., 1937; Recorded New York, September 10, 1937, (M 624-1) Variety 657. Personnel same as Band 5; Benny Payne, vocal.

8-EBB TIDE   (Robin-Rainger),  Paramount  Music  Corp.,   1937, Recorded New York, September 10, 1937, (M 625-1) Variety 657. Personnel same as Band 5; no vocal.

SIDE TWO

TEDDY WILSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA

1-WARMIN* UP (Wilson), MCA Music, a Dlv. of MCA, Inc.. 1936; Recorded Chicago, May 14, 1936, (C 1378-1) Brunswick 7684. Roy Eldridge, trumpet; Buster Bailey, clarinet; Chu Berry, tenor sax; Teddy Wilson, piano; Bob Lessey, guitar,-Israel Crosby, bass,- Sid Catlett, drums.

CAB CAUOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA

2-AT THE CLAMBAKE CARNIVAL (Berry), American Academy of Music, Inc., 1938; Recorded New York, March 23, 1938; (M 791-1) Vocalion 4437.

Doc Cheatham, Irving Randolph, Lomar Wright, trumpets; Claude Jones, Keg Johnson, DePriest Wheeler, trombones; Chauncey Haughton, Andrew Brown, alto saxes; Chu Berry, Walter Thomas, tenor saxes; Benny Payne, piano; Morris White, guitar,- Milt Hinton, bass; Leroy Maxey, drums;

3-JIVE (PAGE "1" OF THE HEPSTER'S DICTIONARY) (Calloway-Payne-Berry), Mills Music, Inc., 1938; Recorded New York, August 30, 1938, (M 897-1) Vocation 4437. Personnel same as Side 2, Band 2, Cab Galloway, vocal.

4-TOPSY TURVY   (HARD TIMES)   (Noel-Bottle-Calloway), Advanced Music Corp., 1940; Recorded New York, May 18, 1940, (W 27299-1) Vocation 5566. La mar Wright, Dizzy Gillespie, Mario Bauza, trumpets; Tyree Glenn, Keg Johnson, Qusntin Jackson, trombones; Hilton Jefferson, Andrew Brown, alto saxes; Chu Berry, Walter Thomas, tenor saxes, Jerry Blake, baritone sax and clarinet; Benny Payne, piano; Danny Barker, guitar,- Milt Hinton, bass; Cozy Cole, drums; Cab Calloway, vocal; Edgar Battle, arranger.

5-COME ON WITH THE "COME ON"  (Calloway-Gibson), American Academy of Music, Inc., 1940; Recorded Chicago, June 27, 1940, (WC3162-A) Okeh 5687. Personnel same as Side 2, Band 4; Cab Calloway, vocal; Andy Gibson, arranger.

6- (I DON'T STAND) A GHOST OF A CHANCE (WITH YOU) (Crosby-Woshington-Young), American Academy of Music, Inc., & Victor Young Publ., 1932; Recorded Chicago, June 27, 1940, (WC 3163-1) Okeh 5687. Personnel same as Side 2, Band 4; no vocal; Andy Gibson, arranger.

7-LONESOME NIGHTS (Carter-Mills), American Academy of Music, Inc., 1934; Recorded New York, August 28, 1940, (CO 28518-1) Okeh 5827. Personnel same as Side 2, Band 4; no vocal; Benny Carter, arranger.

8-TAKE THE "A" TRAIN (Strayhorn-Ellington), Tempo Music, Inc., 1941; Recorded New York, July 3, 1941, (CO 30835-1) Okeh 6305. Personnel same as Side 2, Band 4; no vocal; Jonah Jones, trumpet, replaces Mario Bauza.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for this insightful post/ listing. I will go for this LP. It's of great jazz historic value.

    Happy New Year to you & yours, and keep up the good work.

    Brew

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