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Leo Sowerby
An American Album

Jerome Kern
American Dreamer: Heart Songs

George Gershwin
American Piano Concertos

Lew Brown
Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?

Ray Klages
Complete Hit of the Week Recordings, Vol. 3 (1931)

Dorothy Fields
Earl Hines & Jimmy Rushing: Blues & Things
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"...and then we wrote..." American Composers and Lyricists Sing, Play and Cover Their Own Songs Victor Herbert Stephen Sondheim, piano; W.C. Handy's Orchestra; Thomas "Fats" Waller, piano; Harold Rome, voice; Richard Rodgers, piano; The Pied Pipers; Beatrice Lillie, voice; Cy Coleman, voice; Stephen Sondheim, voice; Artie Bernstein, bass; George Gershwin, piano; Spike Jones, drums; Harold Arlen, voice; Cole Porter, voice; Cole Porter, piano; Johnny Mercer, voice; The Jungle Band; Joe Howard, voice; Gene Kardos and His Orchestra; Victor Herbert and His Orchestra; Paul Weston and His Orchestra; Harold Rome, piano; Hoagy Carmichael, piano; Hoagy Carmichael, whistling; Hoagy Carmichael, voice; Mary Martin, voice; Vincent Youmans, piano play
An American Album Leo Sowerby Harold Stover, organ play
American Dreamer: Heart Songs Jerome Kern Jean Danton, soprano; Thomas Stumpf, piano; Michael Curry, cello play
American Piano Concertos George Gershwin Kirk Trevor, Conductor; Paul Barnes, piano; Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra; Ray Cramer, Conductor; Indiana University Wind Ensemble play
Bebop Red Norvo Sonny Rollins, tenor saxophone; Dizzy Gillespie and His Orchestra; Dodo Marmarosa, piano; Woody Herman and His Orchestra; Red Callender, bass; Bud Powell, piano; Tadd Dameron Septet; Duke Jordan, piano; Howard McGhee, trumpet; Don Lamond, drums; John Simmons, bass; George Morrow, bass; Shadow Wilson, drums; Milt Jackson, vibraphone; Thelonious Monk, piano; Clifford Brown, trumpet; Horace Silver Quintet; Richie Powell, piano; Clifford Brown-Max Roach Quintet; Tommy Potter, bass; Sarah Vaughan, voice; Tadd Dameron's Orchestra; Teddy Wilson, piano; Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; J.C. Heard, drums; Red Norvo, vibraphone; Charlie Parker, alto saxophone; Red Norvo and His Selected Sextet; Flip Phillips, tenor saxophone; Max Roach, drums; Barney Kessel, guitar; Wardell Gray, tenor saxophone; Miles Davis, trumpet; Dizzy Gillespie, piano; Curly Russell, bass; Charlie Parker All Stars; Al Haig, piano; Dizzy Gillespie All Star Quintet; John Lewis, piano; Sid Catlett, drums; Slam Stewart, bass play
Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? Lew Brown Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra; Bing Crosby, voice; Kenny Baker, voice; David Harrison ("Uncle Dave") Macon, voice; Woody Guthrie, guitar; Woody Guthrie, harmonica; Gene Autry, voice; Woody Guthrie, voice; Pete Seeger, voice; Glenn Miller and His Orchestra; Almanac Singers; Glenn Miller; Delmore Brothers; Glen Gray; Bill Cox, voice; Evening Breezes Sextet; Bill Cox, harmonica; David Harrison ("Uncle Dave") Macon, banjo; Harry Sosnik; Lennie Hayton and His Orchestra; Bill Cox, guitar; Rudy Vallee and His Connecticut Yankees; Dick Powell, voice; Rudy Vallee, voice; Deane Janis, voice; Big Bill Broonzy, voice; Anon.; Shirley Temple, voice play
Complete Hit of the Week Recordings, Vol. 3 (1931) Ray Klages Sam Lanin's Orchestra; Bunny Berigan, trumpet; Arthur Schutt, piano; Paul Small, voice; Sam Lanin, Conductor; Hit of the Week Orchestra; Scrappy Lambert, voice; Bert Hirsch, Conductor; College Humor Trio; Scrappy Lambert's Collegians; Don Voorhees Orchestra; Fred "Fuzzy" Farrar, trumpet; Bill Trone, trombone; Charlie Butterfield, trombone; Alwyn Bach, announcer; Freddie Rich's Radio Orchestra; Tommy Gott, trumpet; Tommy Dorsey, trombone; Cornell Smelser, accordion; Joe Venuti, violin; Eddie Lang, guitar; Men About Town Trio; Tony Wons, announcer; Phil Spitalny's Orchestra; Bob Effros, trumpet; Phil Spitalny, Conductor; Red Book Magazine Orchestra; Phil Spitalny's Music; Eddie Cantor, voice; Walter Gross, piano; Ben Alley, voice; The Paull Sisters; Julia Paull, voice; Ruth Paull, voice; The Eton Boys; Earl Smith, tenor; Art Gentry, tenor; Jack Day, baritone; Charles Day, bass; Gene Austin, voice; Helen Rowland, voice; Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians; Bill Coty, voice; Rudy Vallee and His Connecticut Yankees; Joe Miller, saxophone; Manny Lowy, violin; Jules de Vorzon, violin; Cliff Burwell, piano; Charles Peterson, banjo; Harry Patent, bass; Roy Toland, drums; Rudy Vallee, voice; Rudy Vallee Orchestra; Richard Himber, Conductor; Erno Rapée's Orchedtra; Mannie Klein, trumpet; Jimmy Dorsey, saxophone; Erno Rapée, Conductor play
Earl Hines & Jimmy Rushing: Blues & Things Dorothy Fields Jimmy Rushing, voice; Budd Johnson, tenor saxophone; Budd Johnson, soprano saxophone; Oliver Jackson, drums; Earl Hines, piano; Bill Pemberton, bass play
En-Cor! Aram Khachaturian The American Horn Quartet; Charles Putnam, horn; Geoffrey Winter, horn; Kristina Mascher, horn; Kerry Turner, horn; Steve Schaughency, horn; Peter Dahlstrom, horn play
Findlay in Blue George Gershwin Findlay Cockrell, piano play
Follies, Scandals, and Other Diversions: From Ziegfeld to the Shuberts Robert Hood Bowers Bert Williams; Ruth Etting; John Buchanan; Bill Robinson; Gertrude Lawrence; Harry Richman; Ella Logan; Libby Holman; Carmen Miranda; Danny Kaye; Fannie Brice; Hanley. James F.; Gallagher and Shean; Paul Whiteman; Adele Astaire; Fred Astaire; Gertrude Lillie play
Gershwin Among Friends George Gershwin Linn Maxwell Keller, mezzo-soprano; Bill Vits, drums; Rich Ridenour, piano; Linn Maxwell; Ava Ordman, trombone; Mike Crawford, bass play
Intersection Jazz Meets Classical Song Tibor Harsanyi Patrice Michaels, soprano; Kuang-Hao Huang, piano; Zach Brock, violin; Nicholas Photinos, cello; Patrice Michaels, piano; Dedé Sampaio, percussion play
Introspection: Neglected Jazz Figures of the 1950s and Early 1960s Ira Gershwin Steve Lacy Quartet; Julian Priester, trombone; Booker Little, trumpet; Don Friedman, piano; Steve Lacy, soprano saxophone; Serge Chaloff Sextet; Jimmy Zitano, drums; Art Davis, bass; Boots Mussulli, alto saxophone; John Ore, bass; Ray Santisi, piano; Booker Little Sextet; Charles Davis, baritone saxophone; Roy Haynes, drums; Herbie Nichols Quartet; Curtis Counce, bass; Curtis Counce Quintet; Harold Land, tenor saxophone; Rolf Ericson, trumpet; Frank Butler, drums; Elmo Hope, piano; Everett Evans, bass; Herb Pomeroy, trumpet; Eric Dolphy, alto saxophone; Max Roach, drums; Jaki Byard, piano; Serge Chaloff, baritone saxophone play
Isham Jones, Happy: The 1920 Rainbo Orchestra Sides Walter Donaldson Isham Jones Rainbo Orchestra; Isham Jones, saxophone; Carroll Martin, trombone; Leo Murphy, violin; Alfred Eldridge, piano; Charles McNeill, banjo; John Kuhn, tuba; Joe Frank, drums; (not credited), xylophone; Carl Fenton [pseudonym of Gus Haenschen], piano; R. N. Putnam, saxophone; (not credited), violin; Isham Jones Orchestra; (not credited), trumpet play
James Adler Plays Syncopated Rhythms Louis Moreau Gottschalk James Adler, piano play
Joe Manis: Evidence Joe Manis Kevin Congleton, drums; Dave Captein, bass; Joe Manis, tenor saxophone play
The Kim Richmond/Clay Jenkins Ensemble: Range Kim Richmond Joe LaBarbera, drums; Clay Jenkins, trumpet; Joey Sellers, trombone; Dave Scott, piano; Kim Richmond, alto saxophone; Trey Henry, bass play
Little Club Jazz: Small Groups in the 30s Herman Ruby Louis Prima and His New Orleans Gang; Emillio Caceres Trio; Bob Howard and His Orchestra; Cootie Williams and His Orchestra; Joe Marsala's Chicagoans; Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra; John Kirby and His Orchestra; Barney Bigard and His Jazzopaters; Roly's Tap-Room Gang; Gene Gifford and His Orchestra; Coleman Hawkins, tenor saxophone; Henry Allen, trumpet; Eddie South and His International Orchestra; Harlem Footwarmers; Joe Venuti's Blue Four; Candy and Coco; Stuff Smith and His Onyx Club Orchestra; Putney Dandrige and His Orchestra; Red Norvo and His Swing Sextet play
Love and the Dickens Richard Pearson Thomas Richard Pearson Thomas, piano; John Muriello, baritone play
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