Thursday, 10 February 2011

The Sound of Harlem Volume 2 - Jazz Document Label ID. VA-7994


The Sound of Harlem Volume 2 - Jazz Document Label ID. VA-7994
 

Vinyl Condition VG 

Description from the Sleeve

PERSONNEL

Side A:

JIMMY JOHNSON & HIS ORCHESTRA
Ward Pinkett, tpt/vcl; tpt, tb; 2 cits/as; James P. Johnson, pno; gtr; b; dims; Andy Razaf, vcl. New York, March 25,1931.

1. GO HARLEM (vclAft) • Columbia2448-D/151457-2 (Razaf and Johnson)
2. JUST A CRAZY SONG (Hi-Hi Hi) (vets AR, WP & ch) Columbia 2448-D /151460-3 (Smith and Williams)

KING CARTER AND HIS ROYAL ORCHESTRA
She/ton Hemphill, Wardell Jones, EdAnderson, tpts; Harry White?, Henry Hicks, tbs; Castor McCord, clt/ts; Ted McCord, as/clt; Crawford Wethington, as/bar/clt; Edgar Hayes, pno; BennyJames, bjo; Hayes Alvis, b/tu; Willie Lynch, dms; Dick Robertson, George Morion, vcls. New York, March 23,1931.

3. I'M LEFT WITH THE BLUES IN MY HEART(vclDR) Columbia MC 3114/151455-1 (Mills and Carter)
4. MINNIE, THE MOOCHER (vcls DR, GM & ch) Columbia 2939-D /151456-1 (Galloway and Mills)
Nat Leslie, arr.
New York, June 25,1931.

5. I CANT GET ALONG WITHOUT MY BABY (vciGM) Columbia 2638-D/130476-1
(Mills and Hayes)

6. MOANIN>c/GM; Columbia 2504-D/130477-1
(White, Mills and Parish)

7. LOW DOWN ON THE BAYOU (arr NL) Columbia 2638 D /151639-1
(Mills and Leslie)

8. BLUE RHYTHM (arr/WJ Columbia 2504-D/151640-3 (Mills and Leslie)

SideB:

HARLAN LATTIMORE AND HIS CONNIE'S INN ORCHESTRA
Langston Curl, Shirley Clay, Sidney de Paris, tpts; Claude Jones, tb/vcl; Quentin Jackson, Benny Morton, tbs; Donald Redman, clt/as/arr/vcl; Edward Inge, Rupert Cole, cits/as; Robert Carroll, ts; Horace Henderson, pno/arr; Talcott Reeves, bjo/gtr; Bob Ysaguirre, b/tu; Manzie Johnson, dms; Harlan Lattimore, vcl. New York, June 17,1932.

1. CHANT OF THE WEED (arrDR) (Redman)
2. I H EARD (vcls DR & HL; arr HH)
(Redman)

3. Got The SOUTH IN MY SOUL (vcl HL) (Young, Wiley & Washington)
4. REEFER MAN (vcl CJ & DR; arr DR)
(Robinson and Razaf)
Columbia 2675-D /152217-1 Parlophone R 1311 /152218-1 Columbia 2675-D /152219-1 Parlophone R 1329/152220-2
CLAUDE HOPKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Albert Snaer, Sylvester Lewis, tpts; Owe Alston, tpt/vcl;
Fernando Arbeflo, tb; Edmond Hall, clt/as/bar; Gene Johnson,
as; Bobby Sands, ts; Claude Hopkins, pno/arr; Walter Jones,
bjo/gtr; Henry Turner, b/tu; Pete Jacobs, dms; Jimmy Mundy,
arr.
New York, May 24,1932.

5. (I Would Do) ANYTHING FOR YOU (vcl OA; arr CH) (Hill, Williams and Hopkins)
6. MAD MOMENTS (arrCH)
(Hopkins)

7. MUSH MOUTH (arrJM) (Mundy and Hopkins)
8. HOW'MIDOING?(Vc/04)
(Fowler and Redman)

Columbia 2665-D/152199-1
Columbia 2665-D /152200-1
Columbia 2674-D /152201-1
Parlophone R 1329/152202-1

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ID. 100039 - The Sound of Harlem Volume 2 - Jazz Document Label ID. VA-7994

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