The reference collection for completists, featuring Webb's cuts from the late 30s.
Be aware, though, that it misses the takes with Ella Fitzgerald, which you can find in the corresponding Classics release (1935-1938) for Fitzgerald.
Most (if not all) of the material is either from Decca or Brunswick vaults.
|#||Display Credits at Bottom Display Credits Inline Title||Rating||Length|
|11||Down Home Rag
|22||Are You Here to Stay?
|33||Moonlight and Magnolias
|44||I May Be Wrong (But I Think You're Wonderful)
|55||Facts and Figures||2:36|
|77||Love Marches On||2:54|
|88||There's Frost on the Moon||2:53|
|99||Gee but You're Swell
|1111||Wake Up and Live
|1212||It's Swell of You
|1313||Claps Hands! Here Comes Charley||2:36|
|1414||That Naughty Waltz||3:01|
|1515||In a Little Spanish Town||2:42|
|1616||I Got Rhythm||2:37|
|1717||I Ain't Got Nobody||3:04|
|1919||Sweet Sue, Just You||2:46|
|2222||Midnite in a Madhouse||2:36|
|2424||Spinnin' the Webb||3:07|
|2525||Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away)||2:47|
Kenneth Harrison (Obscure early 20th century lyricist and/or jazz composer) (track 2)
Edgar Sampson (track 2)
Henry Sullivan (track 4)
Wilbur Sweatman (track 1)
Peter de Rose (track 3)
Haven Gillespie (track 3)
Roger Lewis (American lyricist from the first half of 20th century) (track 1)
Harry Ruskin (track 4)
Ella Fitzgerald (track 11)
Louis Jordan (American jazz, blues and rhythm & blues musician and songwriter) (tracks 9–10, 12)
Taft Jordan (tracks 4, 11)
Charles Linton (30s jazz singer) (tracks 2–3, 11)
Are You Here to Stay? (track 2)
Down Home Rag (track 1)
Moonlight and Magnolias (track 3)
The Chronological Classics: Chick Webb and His Orchestra 1935-1938 has no relationships.