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Milton Ager
Art Hickman's Orchestra - The San Francisco Sound, Vol. 2

Charles Luckeyth (Luckey) Roberts
Benson Orchestra of Chicago, Vol. 1 1920-1921

S. Lesser
The Complete Hit of the Week Recordings, Vol. 2 (1930 - 1931)

Grant Clarke
Irving Kaufman Anthology

Walter Donaldson
Isham Jones, Happy: The 1920 Rainbo Orchestra Sides

Count Basie
The Jimmy Rushing All Stars: Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good To You
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Art Hickman's Orchestra - The San Francisco Sound, Vol. 2 Milton Ager Art Hickman's Orchestra; Steve Douglas, violin; Walter Roesner, trumpet; Fred Kaufman, trombone; Clyde Doerr, alto saxophone; Clyde Doerr, baritone saxophone; Bert Ralton, soprano saxophone; Bert Ralton, tenor saxophone; Frank Ellis, piano; Vic King, tenor banjo; Ben Black, banjo; Bela Spiller, bass; Art Hickman, percussion; Art Hickman, slide whistle; Clyde Doerr, saxophone; Bert Ralton, saxophone; Bert Ralton, oboe; Hickman Trio; Walter Beban, tenor saxophone; Art Hickman, piano play
Benson Orchestra of Chicago, Vol. 1 1920-1921 Charles Luckeyth (Luckey) Roberts Benson Orchestra of Chicago; Roy Bargy, piano; Rick Adkins, trumpet; Guy Carey, trombone; Matthew Amaturo, soprano saxophone; Matthew Amaturo, alto saxophone; Matthew Amaturo, clarinet; Thomas Thatcher, tenor saxophone; Joe Baum, violin; Joe Miller, banjo; William Foeste, bass saxophone; (not credited), drums; (not credited), xylophone; Arthur Layfield, drums; Albert Walthall, violin; Charley Straight, piano play
Come Josephine in My Flying Machine: Inventions and Topics in Popular Songs 1910-1929 Stanley Murphy Belle Baker; Isham Jones and His Orchestra; Lewis James, voice; Vernon Dalhart, voice; Al Jolson, voice; Harris, Frank [pseudonym of Irving Kaufman], voice; Nora Bayes, voice; Howard Lanin and his Orchestra; Bert Williams, voice; Blosson Seeley, voice; American Quartet; Blanche Ring, voice; Billy Murray, voice; Will Halley, voice; Happiness Boys; Elida Morris, voice; Sam Ash, voice; Eddie Morton, voice; Harry MacDonough, voice play
The Complete Hit of the Week Recordings, Vol. 2 (1930 - 1931) S. Lesser Hit of the Week Orchestra; Dick Robertson, voice; Carson Robison, voice; Carson Robison, steel guitar; Ted Fio-Rito's Orchestra; Frank Luther, voice; Ted Fio Rito, Conductor; Lew White, organ; Dick Robertson's Collegians; Sam Lanin's Dance Ensemble; Mannie Klein, trumpet; (not credited), trumpet; Tommy Dorsey, trombone; (not credited), tuba; (not credited), clarinet; (not credited), saxophone; Larry Binyon, clarinet; Larry Binyon, saxophone; (not credited), violin; Arthur Schutt, piano; Tony Colucci, banjo; Tony Colucci, guitar; (not credited), drums; Sam Lanin, Conductor; Benrus Radio Orchestra; Vincent Lopez Orchestra; Jack Parker (pseudonym of Smith Ballew) , voice; New York Twelve; Harry Reser, banjo; Harry Reser, guitar; Harry Reser, Conductor; Reser's Radio Band; Paul Small, voice; Lew Conrad, voice; Scrappy Lambert, voice; Bunny Berigan, trumpet; Eddie Lang, guitar; Harry Reser's Radio Band; Dick Robertson's Orchestra; (not credited), trombone; (not credited), guitar; (not credited), flute; Smith Ballew, voice; Don Voorhees Orchestra; Fred "Fuzzy" Farrar, trumpet; Bill Trone, tuba; Charlie Butterfield, trombone; (not credited), piano; (not credited), banjo; Cal Carson [pseudonym of Frank Luther], voice; Gid Carson [pseudonym of Carson Robison], voice; Eva Taylor, voice; Leola Felton, voice play
Irving Kaufman Anthology The Last Recording Pioneer Grant Clarke Irving Kaufman, tenor; Billy Murray, tenor; Columbia Quartette; Albert Campbell, tenor; Henry Burr, tenor; Arthur Collins, baritone; John Meyer, bass; The Three Kaufields; Jack Kaufman, tenor; Arthur Fields, baritone; Eubie Blake, piano; Bailey's Lucky Seven; Harris, Frank [pseudonym of Irving Kaufman], tenor; The Dandies; Belle Brooks, piano 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
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
Love and the Dickens Richard Pearson Thomas Richard Pearson Thomas, piano; John Muriello, baritone play
Marion Harris - The Complete Victor Releases Roger Graham Marion Harris; Billy Murray play
Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth: Together and Alone Will Letters Nora Bayes; Jack Norworth; Nora Bayes, soprano; Gertrude Lang; Irving Fisher play
Occident Meets Orient Sigmund Romberg Carole FitzPatrick, soprano; Robert Barefield, baritone; Russell Ryan, piano play
Phonographic Yearbook: 1916 "The Country Found Them Ready" Lena Guilbert Ford Frederick Wheeler, baritone; John McCormack, tenor; Henry Burr, tenor; Billy Murray, tenor; Arthur Collins, baritone; Byron G. Harlan, tenor; James Reed [pseudonym of Reed Miller], tenor; James F. Harrison [pseudonym of Frederick Wheeler], baritone; Prince's Band; Orpheus Quartet; Harry MacDonough, tenor; Lambert Murphy, tenor; Reinald Werrenrath, baritone; William F. Hooley, bass; Al Jolson, tenor; Anna Chandler, mezzo-soprano; American Quartet; ____ Redmond, tenor; Steve Porter, baritone; Donald Chalmers, bass; Albert Campbell, tenor; Charles W. Harrison, tenor; Marguerite Farrell, soprano; Joseph Cawthorn; Peerless Quartet; Arthur Collins, baritone; John Meyer, bass; Columbia Mixed Double Quartette play
The Phonographic Yearbook: 1919 "Jazzin' Around and Paintin' the Town" J. Turner Layton Marion Harris; Selvin's Novelty Orchestra; Albert Campbell, tenor; Henry Burr, tenor; Arthur Fields, tenor; Nora Bayes; Al Jolson; Bert Williams; Irving Kaufman, tenor; Jack Kaufman, tenor; Gus Van, baritone; Joe Schenck, tenor; John Steel, tenor; Charles Hart, tenor; Lewis James, tenor; Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra; Billy Murray, tenor; Arthur Fields, baritone; Joseph Knecht's Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra; John McCormack, tenor; Elliott Shaw, baritone; Nicholas Orlando's Orchestra play
The Phonographic Yearbook: 1921 "Make Believe and Smile" Henry Busse Paul Whiteman and His Ambassador Orchestra; Paul Whiteman, violin; Henry Busse, trumpet; Theron E. "Buster" Johnson, trombone; Gus Mueller, clarinet; Ferde Grofé, piano; Mike Pingitore, banjo; Sammy Heiss, tuba; Harold McDonald, drums; Al Jolson; Joe Schenck, tenor; Gus Van, baritone; Marion Harris; Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra; Sam M. Lewis, trombone; Russ Gorman, clarinet; Aileen Stanley; Eddie Cantor; Henry Burr, tenor; Zez Confrey, piano; Benson Orchestra of Chicago; Roy Bargy, piano; Rick Adkins, trumpet; Guy Carey, trombone; Matthew Amaturo, soprano saxophone; Matthew Amaturo, alto saxophone; Matthew Amaturo, clarinet; Thomas Thatcher, tenor saxophone; Joe Baum, violin; Joe Miller, banjo; William Foeste, bass saxophone; (not credited), drums; (not credited), xylophone; Paul Biese Trio; Paul Biese, saxophone; Arnold Johnson, piano; Ralph Williams, banjo; Frank Crumit, tenor; Albert Campbell, tenor; Rudy Wiedoeft, saxophone; Nora Bayes, soprano; Ted Lewis Jazz Band; Ted Lewis, alto saxophone; Walter Kahn, clarinet; Dave Klein, clarinet; Harry Raderman, trombone; Dick Reynolds, piano; John Lucas, drums; Isham Jones Orchestra; Louis Panico, cornet; Mamie Smith and Her Jazz Hounds; Mamie Smith, voice; Peerless Quartet; Arthur Collins, baritone; John Meyer, bass; Fred Van Eps, banjo; Vernon Dalhart, tenor; Criterion Quartet; John Young, tenor; Frank Mellor, tenor; George Reardon, baritone; Donald Chalmers, bass; Leo Reisman and his Orchestra; Original Dixieland Jazz Band; Nick LaRocca, cornet; Eddie Edwards, trombone; Larry Shields, clarinet; J. Russel Robinson, piano; Tony Sbarbaro, drums; Benny Krueger, saxophone play
The Phonographic Yearbook: 1922 "An Angel's Voice I Hear" George Gershwin Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra; Paul Whiteman, violin; Phil Ohman, celeste; Fanny Brice; Al Jolson; Eddie Cantor; Isham Jones Orchestra; Billy Jones, tenor; Ernest Hare, baritone; Club Royal Orchestra; Clyde Doerr, saxophone; George Tjordy, violin; Tommy Gott, trumpet; (not credited), trombone; Warren Luce, slide whistle; Hugo Frey, piano; Harry Reser, banjo; John Helleberg, tuba; Billy Murray, tenor; Ada Jones, soprano; Marion Harris; Vernon Dalhart, tenor; Isham Jones, tenor saxophone; Al Mauling, alto saxophone; Artie Vanasec, soprano saxophone; Leo Murphy, violin; Louis Panico, cornet; Carroll Martin, trombone; Al Eldridge, piano; Charles McNeill, banjo; John Kuhn, tuba; Lucy Isabelle Marsh, soprano; Royal Dadmun, baritone; Peerless Quartet; Albert Campbell, tenor; Henry Burr, tenor; Arthur Collins, baritone; John Meyer, bass; Fred Van Eps, banjo; Isabelle Patricola, voice; The Virginians; Henry Busse, trumpet; Tommy Gott, cornet; Sam M. Lewis, trombone; Ross Gorman, clarinet; Hale Byers, alto saxophone; Ferde Grofé, piano; Mike Pingitore, banjo; Jack Barsby, tuba; Harold McDonald, drums; Ed Gallagher; Al Shean; Hale Byers, tenor saxophone; Don Clark, alto saxophone; Vaughn De Leath, contralto; American Quartet; John H. Meyer, baritone; Frank Croxton, bass play
Sophie Tucker - Origins of the Red Hot Mama Victor H. Smalley Sophie Tucker, contralto; Five Kings of Syncopation play
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