Jazz in Paris: Harlem Piano in Montmartre

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Annotation

Recorded in November 1932 (tracks 1-2, 5-6), December 1933 (tracks 3-4), May, June & July 1934 (tracks 7-16), January 30, 1939 (tracks 17-18) and April 21, 1941 (tracks 19-22) in Paris.
Reissue of the Brunswick 78rpm discs 500 220 (tracks 1-2), 500 221 (tracks 5-6), 500 358 (tracks 3-4), 500 438 (tracks 7-8), 500 440 (tracks 15-16), 500 450 (tracks 9-10), 500 451 (tracks 13-14) & 500 475 (tracks 11-12), the Decca 78rpm disc 7039 (tracks 17-18) and the Blue Star 78rpm discs 7 (tracks 19-20) & 8 (tracks 21-22).

Annotation last modified on 2014-11-25 18:10 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Blues en si bémol
piano:
Garland Wilson (early 1900s American jazz pianist) (in 1932-11)
Garland Wilson2:57
2Get Up, Bessie
piano:
Garland Wilson (early 1900s American jazz pianist) (in 1932-11)
Garland Wilson3:08
3Mood Indigo
piano:
Garland Wilson (early 1900s American jazz pianist) (in 1933-12)
instrumental recording of:
Mood Indigo (1930 jazz composition and song) (in 1933-12)
lyricist:
Irving Mills (in 1930)
composer:
Barney Bigard (in 1930) and Duke Ellington (US composer, pianist & jazz bandleader) (in 1930)
publisher:
EMI Mills Music Inc. (ASCAP-affiliated) (in 1930), EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (in 1930) and Lawrence Wright Music Co., Ltd. (in 1930)
Garland Wilson3:30
4China Boy
piano:
Garland Wilson (early 1900s American jazz pianist) (in 1933-12)
recording of:
China Boy (in 1933-12)
writer:
Phil Boutelje (in 1922) and Richard A. Winfree (in 1922)
Garland Wilson3:12
5Minnie the Moocher's Wedding Day
piano:
Garland Wilson (early 1900s American jazz pianist) (in 1932-11)
vocals:
Nina Mae McKinney (in 1932-11)
recording of:
Minnie The Moocher's Wedding Day (in 1932-11)
lyricist:
Ted Koehler
composer:
Harold Arlen
Garland Wilson2:58
6Rhapsody in Love
piano:
Garland Wilson (early 1900s American jazz pianist) (in 1932-11)
vocals:
Nina Mae McKinney (in 1932-11)
Garland Wilson3:22
7Honeysuckle Rose
piano:
Herman Chittison (in 1934)
recording of:
Honeysuckle Rose (in 1934)
lyricist:
Andy Razaf (in 1928)
composer:
Fats Waller (in 1928)
part of:
Thousands Cheer (1943 movie)
Herman Chittison3:01
8Bugle Call Rag
piano:
Herman Chittison (in 1934)
recording of:
Bugle Call Rag (in 1934-06)
composer:
Billy Meyers (US jazz songwriter), Jack Pettis and Elmer Schoebel
Herman Chittison2:29
9You'll Be My LoverHerman Chittison3:09
10Stormy Weather
piano:
Herman Chittison (in 1934)
instrumental recording of:
Stormy Weather (in 1934-06)
lyricist:
Ted Koehler (in 1933)
composer:
Harold Arlen (in 1933)
publisher:
Arko Music Corp., EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!), Fred Ahlert Mus. Corp., Mills Music, Inc., Ted Koehler Music Co. and The Songwriters Guild
Herman Chittison3:05
11Heat Wave
piano:
Herman Chittison (in 1934-08)
vocals:
Anita O’Day (in 1934-08)
recording of:
Heat Wave (in 1934-08)
lyricist and composer:
Irving Berlin (in 1933)
Herman Chittison2:41
12Miss Otis Regrets
piano:
Herman Chittison (in 1934-08)
vocals:
Anita O’Day (in 1934-08)
recording of:
Miss Otis Regrets (in 1934-08)
lyricist and composer:
Cole Porter (composer) (in 1934)
publisher:
Warner/Chappell and Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!) (in 1934)
Herman Chittison2:59
13Saint Louis Blues
piano:
Herman Chittison (in 1934-06)
recording of:
St. Louis Blues (in 1934-06)
lyricist and composer:
William Christopher Handy
Herman Chittison3:28
14Red Jill RagHerman Chittison3:13
15Nagasaki
piano:
Herman Chittison (on 1934-05-06)
recording of:
Nagasaki (on 1934-05-06)
lyricist:
Mort Dixon
composer:
Harry Warren (US composer and lyricist) (in 1928)
Herman Chittison3:17
16Trees
piano:
Herman Chittison (in 1934-07)
recording of:
Trees (in 1934-07)
lyricist:
Joyce Kilmer (lyricist) (in 1913)
composer:
Oscar Rasbach (composer)
publisher:
Chappell Music Ltd.
Herman Chittison3:14
17You Made Me Love You
clarinet:
Danny Polo (on 1939-01-30)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Mengo (on 1939-01-30)
piano:
Garland Wilson (early 1900s American jazz pianist) (on 1939-01-30)
recording of:
You Made Me Love You (on 1939-01-30)
writer:
Louis Armstrong and Percy Venable
Danny Polo Trio3:11
18Montmartre Loan
clarinet:
Danny Polo (on 1939-01-30)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Mengo (on 1939-01-30)
piano:
Garland Wilson (early 1900s American jazz pianist) (on 1939-01-30)
Danny Polo Trio2:55
19Coquette
double bass:
Emmanuel Soudieux (on 1941-04-21)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Mengo (on 1941-04-21)
piano:
Charlie Lewis (french jazz pianist) (on 1941-04-21)
instrumental recording of:
Coquette (on 1941-04-21)
lyricist:
Gus Kahn
composer:
Johnny Green (composer and conductor, often credited as John Green) and Carmen Lombardo
Charlie Lewis3:08
20Long Ago and Far Away
double bass:
Emmanuel Soudieux (on 1941-04-21)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Mengo (on 1941-04-21)
piano:
Charlie Lewis (french jazz pianist) (on 1941-04-21)
instrumental recording of:
Long Ago (and Far Away) (on 1941-04-21)
lyricist:
Ira Gershwin
composer:
Jerome Kern
publisher:
Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (existed only since ca. 1998) and T.B. Harms (in 1944)
Charlie Lewis2:52
21Some of These Days
double bass:
Emmanuel Soudieux (on 1941-04-21)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Mengo (on 1941-04-21)
piano:
Charlie Lewis (french jazz pianist) (on 1941-04-21)
instrumental recording of:
Some of These Days (on 1941-04-21)
lyricist and composer:
Shelton Brooks
Charlie Lewis2:45
22April in Paris
double bass:
Emmanuel Soudieux (on 1941-04-21)
drums (drum set):
Jerry Mengo (on 1941-04-21)
piano:
Charlie Lewis (french jazz pianist) (on 1941-04-21)
instrumental recording of:
April in Paris (on 1941-04-21)
lyricist:
Yip Harburg (in 1932)
composer:
Vernon Duke (in 1932)
publisher:
Chappell Music Ltd.
Charlie Lewis2:48

Credits

Release Group

part of:Jazz in Paris (number: 99) (order: 105)