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Clarence Williams
"Ain't Gonna Settle Down"

Paul Quinichette
Buddy Tate: The Texas Twister

Al Jolson
Complete Hit of the Week Recordings, Vol. 1 (1930)

Dorothy Fields
Earl Hines & Jimmy Rushing: Blues & Things

Count Basie
The Jimmy Rushing All Stars: Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good To You

John Philip Sousa
Red, White & Blues: Crofut/Brubeck
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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
"Ain't Gonna Settle Down" The Pioneering Blues of Mary Stafford & Edith Wilson Clarence Williams Mary Stafford and Her Jazz Band; Mary Stafford, voice; (not credited), trumpet; Earl Granstaff, trombone; Nelson Kincaid, clarinet; Nelson Kincaid, alto saxophone; Ben Whitted, clarinet; Ben Whitted, alto saxophone; Charlie Johnson, piano; George Breen, violin; (not credited), trombone; (not credited), clarinet; (not credited), alto saxophone; (not credited), tenor saxophone; (not credited), piano; (not credited), tuba; (not credited), cornet; Buster Bailey, clarinet; (not credited), banjo; Edith Wilson, voice; Johnny Dunn's Original Jazz Hounds; Johnny Dunn, trumpet; Garvin Bushell, clarinet; (not credited), violin; Herb Flemming, trombone; Ernest Elliott, clarinet; Ernest Elliott, alto saxophone; Herschel Brassfield, clarinet; Herschel Brassfield, alto saxophone; Dan Wilson, piano; John Mitchell, banjo; Harry Hull, tuba; Will Tyler, violin; Edith Wilson's Jazz Hounds; George Rickson, piano; Elmer Chambers, trumpet; Teddy Nixon, trombone; Don Redman, clarinet; Fletcher Henderson, piano; Charlie Dixon, banjo; Roy Smeck, guitar; Doc Straine, voice; Earres Prince, piano; Charlie Gaines, trumpet; Wilbur de Paris, trombone; Emerson Harper, clarinet; Harry Brooks, piano; Sam Speed, banjo; Bubber Miley and His Mileage Makers; Bubber Miley, trumpet; Ward Pinkett, trumpet; Hilton Jefferson, clarinet; Hilton Jefferson, alto saxophone; Happy Caldwell, tenor saxophone; Earl Frazier, piano; Earl Frazier, celeste; Bernard Addison, banjo; Bernard Addison, guitar; Bill Benford, tuba; Tommy Benford, drums; (not credited), guitar; (not credited), bass 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
Complete Hit of the Week Recordings, Vol. 1 (1930) The 3-minute 1000 Series Al Jolson Hit of the Week Orchestra; Don Voorhees Orchestra; Fred "Fuzzy" Farrar, trumpet; Bill Trone, tuba; Charlie Butterfield, trombone; Joe Tarto, tuba; (not credited), trumpet; (not credited), clarinet; (not credited), saxophone; (not credited), violin; (not credited), piano; (not credited), banjo; (not credited), voice; Bert Lown and His Hotel Biltmore Music; Ed Farley, trumpet; (not credited), tuba; Al Philburn, trombone; Paul Mason, saxophone; Chauncey Gray, piano; Tommy Felline, guitar; Adrian Rollini, vibraphone; Stan King, drums; Smith Ballew, voice; Vincent Lopez Orchestra; Ben Pollack Orchestra; Rudy Weinstein, trumpet; Charlie Teagarden, trumpet; Jack Teagarden, trombone; Harry Goodman, tuba; Gil Roden, clarinet; Gil Roden, saxophone; Larry Binyon, clarinet; Larry Binyon, saxophone; Matty Matlock, clarinet; Matty Matlock, tenor saxophone; Ed Bergman, violin; Alex Beller, violin; Vic Briedis, piano; Dick Morgan, banjo; Dick Morgan, guitar; Adrian Rollini, bass saxophone; Ray Bauduc, drums; Ben Pollack, voice; Frank Cush, trumpet; Merrill Kline, tuba; Lou Bode, clarinet; Lou Bode, alto saxophone; Fletcher Hereford, clarinet; Fletcher Hereford, alto saxophone; Paul Mason, clarinet; Paul Mason, tenor saxophone; Mac Ceppos, violin; Frank Munn, voice; Hotel Pennsylvania Music; Scrappy Lambert, voice; Phil Spitalny, Conductor; Statler Pennsylvanians; New York Twelve; Jan Garber's Orchestra; Jan Garber, violin; Jan Garber, Conductor; Harlem Hot Chocolates; Arthur Whetsel, trumpet; Freddy Jenkins, trumpet; Cootie Williams, trumpet; Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton, trombone; Juan Tizol, trombone; Johnny Hodges, clarinet; Johnny Hodges, saxophone; Barney Bigard, clarinet; Barney Bigard, saxophone; Harry Carney, clarinet; Harry Carney, saxophone; Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington, piano; Fred Guy, banjo; Braud Wellman, bass; Sonny Greer, drums; Sonny Greer, vibraphone; Irving Mills, voice; Phil Spitalny's Music; Bill Coty, voice; Bobby Dixon's Broadcasters; Mannie Klein, trumpet; Tommy Dorsey, trombone; Pee Wee Russell, clarinet; Pee Wee Russell, tenor saxophone; (not credited), alto saxophone; (not credited), drums; Bobby Dixon, voice; Happy-Rose Orchestra; Irving Kaufman, voice; Bert Hirsch, Conductor; Dick Robertson, voice; Lew Conrad, voice; Elmer Feldkamp, clarinet; Elmer Feldkamp, alto saxophone; Larry Tice, clarinet; Larry Tice, alto saxophone; Frank Luther, voice; Bill Trone, trombone; Dick McDonough, banjo; Hotel Pennsylvania Orchestra 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
Jazz in Revolution: The Big Bands of the 1940s Tadd Dameron, arr. Harlan Leonard and his Rockets; Gerald Wilson and His Orchestra; Elliot Lawrence and His Orchestra; Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra; Dexter Gordon-Wardell Gray Quintet; Kenny Clarke and his 52nd street boys; Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra; Ben Webster Quartet; Joe Mooney Quartet; Dodo Marmarosa Trio; Billy Eckstine and His Orchestra; Benjamin Bennie; Six Men and a Girl 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
Red, White & Blues: Crofut/Brubeck John Philip Sousa Chris Brubeck, trombone; Chris Brubeck, voice; Peter Madcat Ruth, toothbrush; Peter Madcat Ruth, jaw harp; Peter Madcat Ruth, whistle; Peter Madcat Ruth, voice; Peter Madcat Ruth, harmonica; Goshen College Audience, voice; Chris Brubeck, fretless bass; Chris Brubeck, piano; Chris Brubeck, 12-string guitar; Bill Crofut, banjo; Bill Crofut, 12-string guitar; Bill Crofut, voice; Joel Brown, guitar; Joel Brown, voice play
Tom Varner: Window Up Above American Songs 1770-1998 Tom Varner Steve Alcott, bass; George Schuller, drums; Dave Ballou, cornet; Peter McCann, guitar; Tom Varner, horn; Thirsty Dave Hansen, voice; Lindsey Horner, bass; Mark Feldman, violin play
Yes Sir, That's My Baby: The Golden Years of Tin Pan Alley, 1920-1929 Eddie Green Jack Smith; Ted Lewis; Rudy Vallee; Ethel Waters; Blossom Seeley; Al Jolson; Ruth Etting; Paul Whiteman; Sophie Tucker; Cliff Edwards; Gene Austin; Louis Armstrong play
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