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All Of Me S. Simons Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Jimmy Rushing All Stars; Dickie Wells, trombone; Sir Charles Thompson, piano; Eugene Ramey, bass; Jo Jones, drums; Buck Clayton, trumpet; Jimmy Rushing, voice play
Almost Home Sir Charles Thompson Buck Clayton, trumpet; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Jo Jones, drums; Eugene Ramey, bass; Jimmy Rushing, voice; Dickie Wells, trombone; Jimmy Rushing All Stars; Sir Charles Thompson, piano play
Baby Won't You Please Come Home Clarence Williams Sir Charles Thompson, piano; Jo Jones, drums; Dickie Wells, trombone; Buck Clayton, trumpet; Eugene Ramey, bass; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Jimmy Rushing, voice; Jimmy Rushing All Stars play
Blue and Sentimental Count Basie Jay McShann, piano; Buddy Tate, clarinet; Gus Johnson, Jr. , drums; Eugene Ramey, bass; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone play
C Jam Blues Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington Buck Clayton, trumpet; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Jo Jones, drums; Eugene Ramey, bass; Jimmy Rushing, voice; Sir Charles Thompson, piano; Dickie Wells, trombone; Jimmy Rushing All Stars play
Deed I Do Fred Rose Dickie Wells, trombone; Sir Charles Thompson, piano; Jimmy Rushing, voice; Eugene Ramey, bass; Jo Jones, drums; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Buck Clayton, trumpet; Jimmy Rushing All Stars play
Doggin' Around Eddie Battle Jay McShann, piano; Gus Johnson, Jr. , drums; Buddy Tate, tenor saxophone; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Eugene Ramey, bass play
Four Day Rider Walter Brown Eugene Ramey, bass; Gus Johnson, Jr. , drums; Jay McShann, piano; Jay McShann, voice; Buddy Tate, tenor saxophone; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone play
Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good to You Don Redman Dickie Wells, trombone; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Sir Charles Thompson, piano; Buck Clayton, trumpet; Jo Jones, drums; Jimmy Rushing, voice; Eugene Ramey, bass play
Good Morning Blues Count Basie Sir Charles Thompson, piano; Jo Jones, drums; Dickie Wells, trombone; Buck Clayton, trumpet; Eugene Ramey, bass; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Jimmy Rushing, voice play
Hootie's Ignorant Oil Jay McShann Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Gus Johnson, Jr. , drums; Buddy Tate, clarinet; Jay McShann, piano; Jay McShann, voice; Buddy Tate, tenor saxophone; Eugene Ramey, bass play
Hootie's in Hutchinson Charlie Parker Eugene Ramey, bass; Jay McShann, piano; Buddy Tate, tenor saxophone; Gus Johnson, Jr. , drums; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone play
I Ain't Got Nobody Spencer Williams Jimmy Rushing, voice; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Eugene Ramey, bass; Buck Clayton, trumpet; Dickie Wells, trombone; Jo Jones, drums; Sir Charles Thompson, piano play
I Surrender Dear G. Clifford Jimmy Rushing, voice; Sir Charles Thompson, piano; Jo Jones, drums; Dickie Wells, trombone; Buck Clayton, trumpet; Eugene Ramey, bass; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Jimmy Rushing All Stars play
MJR Blues Jimmy Rushing Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Jo Jones, drums; Eugene Ramey, bass; Buck Clayton, trumpet; Dickie Wells, trombone; Sir Charles Thompson, piano; Jimmy Rushing, voice play
Moten Stomp Bennie Moten Sir Charles Thompson, piano; Jo Jones, drums; Dickie Wells, trombone; Buck Clayton, trumpet; Eugene Ramey, bass; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Jimmy Rushing, voice; Jimmy Rushing All Stars play
Moten Swing Bennie Moten Eugene Ramey, bass; Gus Johnson, Jr. , drums; Buddy Tate, clarinet; Buddy Tate, tenor saxophone; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone play
One O'Clock Jump Count Basie Jimmy Rushing, voice; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Eugene Ramey, bass; Buck Clayton, trumpet; Dickie Wells, trombone; Jo Jones, drums; Sir Charles Thompson, piano play
Say Forward, I'll March Jay McShann Jay McShann, piano; Buddy Tate, tenor saxophone; Gus Johnson, Jr. , drums; Eugene Ramey, bass; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone play
St. James Infirmary Irving Mills Jimmy Rushing, voice; Julian Dash, tenor saxophone; Eugene Ramey, bass; Buck Clayton, trumpet; Dickie Wells, trombone; Jo Jones, drums; Sir Charles Thompson, piano play
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