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Paul Quinichette
Buddy Tate: The Texas Twister

Eddie Battle
Jay McShann: Going to Kansas City

Count Basie
The Jimmy Rushing All Stars: Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good To You
albums (5) works (1) tracks (8)
title composer artists/ensemble play
Buddy Tate: The Texas Twister Paul Quinichette Cliff Smalls, piano; Buddy Tate, tenor saxophone; Major Holley, bass; Buddy Tate, clarinet; Jackie Williams, drums; Paul Quinichette, tenor saxophone; Buddy Tate, voice play
Jay McShann: Going to Kansas City Eddie Battle Jay McShann, voice; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Buddy Tate, tenor saxophone; Jay McShann, piano; Gus Johnson, Jr. , drums; Buddy Tate, clarinet; Eugene Ramey, bass play
The Jimmy Rushing All Stars: Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good To You Count Basie Sir Charles Thompson, piano; Jo Jones, drums; Jimmy Rushing, piano; Jimmy Rushing, voice; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Eugene Ramey, bass; Buck Clayton, trumpet; Dickie Wells, trombone play
Jive at Five: The Stylemakers of Jazz (1920s-1940s) Count Basie Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra; Jimmie Noone's Apex Club Orchestra; Everett Barksdale, guitar; Wellman Braud, bass; Red and Miff's Stompers; Chocolate Dandies; Baby Dodds Trio; Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington, piano; Jimmy Blanton, bass; Earl Hines, piano; James P. Johnson, piano; Sidney Bechet, soprano saxophone; Chicago Loopers; Johnny Dodds's Black Bottom Stompers; Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra; Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Benny Goodman Sextet; Willie Smith, piano; Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra; Sid Catlett, drums; Benny Carter and His Orchestra; Count Basie Orchestra play
Sweet and Low Blues: Big Bands and Territory Bands of the 20s Jack Yellen Jesse Stone's Blues Serenaders; Louisiana Sugar Babes; George E. Lee and His Kansas Orchestra; Alphonso Trent and His Orchestra; Leo Reisman and his Orchestra; Troy Floyd and His Plaza Hotel Orchestra; Carroll Dickerson and His Orchestra; Erskine Tate's Vendome Orchestra; Charlie Johnson and His Paradise Orchestra; Jabbo Smith and His Rhythm Aces; Chocolate Dandies; Walter Page's Blue Devils play
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