Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
A1 Beale Street Blues Eddie Condon, Bob Wilber, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Benjamin "Buzzy" Drootin, Dick Cary & Leonard Gaskin 4:12
A2 Riverboat Shuffle Eddie Condon, Bob Wilber, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Benjamin "Buzzy" Drootin, Dick Cary & Leonard Gaskin 4:23
A3 Medley: Emaline / Don't Worry 'Bout Me / I Can't Give You Anything But Love Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Bob Wilber, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Benjamin "Buzzy" Drootin, Dick Cary, Edmond Hall, George Wettling & Leonard Gaskin 4:50
A4 Medley: Jam Session Blues Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Bob Wilber, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Benjamin "Buzzy" Drootin, Cliff Leeman, Cutty Cutshall, Dick Cary, Edmond Hall, George Wettling & Leonard Gaskin 10:11
B1 Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gave To Me Eddie Condon, Al Hall, Billy Butterfield, Bob Wilber, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Benjamin "Buzzy" Drootin, Cutty Cutshall, Dick Cary, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, John Mortillaro & Vic Dickenson 5:41
B2 How Come You Do Me Like You Do Eddie Condon, Al Hall, Billy Butterfield, Bob Wilber, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Benjamin "Buzzy" Drootin, Cutty Cutshall, Dick Cary, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, John Mortillaro & Vic Dickenson 12:53
12" Vinyl 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
C1 Medley: When My Sugar Walks Down The Street / I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me Eddie Condon, Al Hall, Billy Butterfield, Bob Wilber, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Benjamin "Buzzy" Drootin, Cutty Cutshall, Dick Cary, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, John Mortillaro & Vic Dickenson 5:36
C2 There'll Be Some Changes Made Eddie Condon, Al Hall, Billy Butterfield, Bob Wilber, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Benjamin "Buzzy" Drootin, Cutty Cutshall, Dick Cary, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, John Mortillaro & Vic Dickenson 7:16
C3 Tin Roof Blues Eddie Condon, Al Hall, Billy Butterfield, Bob Wilber, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Benjamin "Buzzy" Drootin, Cutty Cutshall, Dick Cary, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, John Mortillaro & Vic Dickenson 7:37
D1 Singin' The Blues Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Bob Wilber, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin & Pee Wee Russell 4:17
D2 From Monday On Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Bob Wilber, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin & Pee Wee Russell 4:07
D3 I'm Comin' Virginia Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Bob Wilber, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin & Pee Wee Russell 2:53
D4 I'll Be A Friend With Pleasure Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Bob Wilber, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin & Pee Wee Russell 2:47
D5 Royal Garden Blues Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Bob Wilber, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin & Pee Wee Russell 5:01
12" Vinyl 3
# Title Artist Rating Length
E1 At The Jazz Band Ball Eddie Condon, Bob Wilber, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, George Wettling & Leonard Gaskin 4:43
E2 Louisiana Eddie Condon, Bob Wilber, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, George Wettling & Leonard Gaskin 3:08
E3 Ol' Man River Eddie Condon, Bob Wilber, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, George Wettling & Leonard Gaskin 3:29
E4 Fidgety Feet Eddie Condon, Bob Wilber, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, George Wettling & Leonard Gaskin 5:08
E5 Jazz Me Blues Eddie Condon, Bob Wilber, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, George Wettling & Leonard Gaskin 3:42
F1 I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter Eddie Condon, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin & Peanuts Hucko 2:41
F2 Don't Get Around Much Anymore Eddie Condon, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin & Peanuts Hucko 3:23
F3 Three Two One Blues Eddie Condon, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin & Peanuts Hucko 2:01
F4 I'm Confessin' Eddie Condon, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin & Peanuts Hucko 3:36
F5 Sometimes I'm Happy Eddie Condon, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin & Peanuts Hucko 2:47
F6 Since My Best Gal Turned Me Down Eddie Condon, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin, Peanuts Hucko & Vic Dickenson 2:20
F7 Just Friends Eddie Condon, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin, Peanuts Hucko & Vic Dickenson 2:35
12" Vinyl 4
# Title Artist Rating Length
G1 Someday You'll Be Sorry Eddie Condon, Bobby Hackett, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin, Peanuts Hucko & Vic Dickenson 5:05
G2 Duff Campbell's Revenge Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Edmond Hall, Gene Schroeder, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin & Vic Dickenson 3:31
G3 I've Got A Crush On You Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Edmond Hall, Gene Schroeder, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin & Vic Dickenson 3:38
G4 I've Found A New Baby Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Edmond Hall, Gene Schroeder, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin & Vic Dickenson 3:56
G5 Original Dixieland One Step Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Edmond Hall, Gene Schroeder, George Wettling, Leonard Gaskin & Vic Dickenson 4:26
H1 Dippermouth Blues Eddie Condon, Bobby Hackett, Benjamin "Buzzy" Drootin, Cutty Cutshall, Dick Cary, Edmond Hall, Jack Lesberg & John Mortillaro 5:38
H2 Bye And Bye Eddie Condon, Bobby Hackett, Benjamin "Buzzy" Drootin, Cutty Cutshall, Dick Cary, Edmond Hall, Jack Lesberg & John Mortillaro 5:23
H3 Squeeze Me Eddie Condon, Bobby Hackett, Benjamin "Buzzy" Drootin, Cutty Cutshall, Dick Cary, Edmond Hall, Jack Lesberg & John Mortillaro 7:20
H4 Struttin' With Some Barbecue Eddie Condon, Bobby Hackett, Benjamin "Buzzy" Drootin, Cutty Cutshall, Dick Cary, Edmond Hall, Jack Lesberg & John Mortillaro 5:09
12" Vinyl 5
# Title Artist Rating Length
I1 I Want A Big Butter And Egg Man Eddie Condon, Bobby Hackett, Benjamin "Buzzy" Drootin, Cutty Cutshall, Dick Cary, Edmond Hall, Jack Lesberg, John Mortillaro & Vic Dickenson 5:26
I2 What Cha Call 'Em Blues Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 3:21
I3 Heebie Jeebies Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 3:30
I4 Chimes Blues Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 3:09
I5 My Monday Date Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 4:18
J1 Wolverine Blues Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 5:07
J2 China Boy (Alternate Take Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 4:03
J3 China Boy Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 3:33
J4 St. James Infirmary Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 4:20
J5 That's A Plenty Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 6:13
12" Vinyl 6
# Title Artist Rating Length
K1 The Song Is Ended Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 2:30
K2 Hindustan Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 2:55
K3 Put 'Em Down Blues Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 2:45
K4 Davenport Blues Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 3:11
K5 Apex Blues (Alternate Take Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 3:18
K6 Apex Blues Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 3:14
L1 What's The Use Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 2:41
L2 Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 2:39
L3 When A Woman Loves A Man Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 3:11
L4 The Minor Drag (Alternate Take Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 2:32
L5 The Minor Drag Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 2:52
L6 Why Was I Born? Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Dick Cary, Vic Dickenson & Walter Page 2:49
12" Vinyl 7
# Title Artist Rating Length
M1 Midnight In Moscow Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Cutty Cutshall, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, Jack Lesberg, Pee Wee Russell & Wild Bill Davison 2:58
M2 Meadowlands Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Cutty Cutshall, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, Jack Lesberg, Pee Wee Russell & Wild Bill Davison 2:57
M3 Dark Eyes Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Cutty Cutshall, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, Jack Lesberg, Pee Wee Russell & Wild Bill Davison 4:08
M4 Theme From Swan Lake Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Cutty Cutshall, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, Jack Lesberg, Pee Wee Russell & Wild Bill Davison 3:05
M5 Londonderry Air Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Cutty Cutshall, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, Jack Lesberg, Pee Wee Russell & Wild Bill Davison 3:15
M6 La Vie En Rose Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Cutty Cutshall, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, Jack Lesberg, Pee Wee Russell & Wild Bill Davison 3:08
M7 Loch Lomond Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Cutty Cutshall, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, Jack Lesberg, Pee Wee Russell & Wild Bill Davison 2:47
N1 Hindustan Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Cutty Cutshall, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, Jack Lesberg, Pee Wee Russell & Wild Bill Davison 3:20
N2 The Sheik Of Araby Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Cutty Cutshall, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, Pee Wee Russell & Wild Bill Davison 2:23
N3 Japanese Sandman Eddie Condon, Billy Butterfield, Cutty Cutshall, Edmond Hall, George Wettling, Pee Wee Russell & Wild Bill Davison 2:13
N4 Baby Elephant Walk Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Edmond Hall, Pee Wee Russell & Ralph Sutton 2:45
N5 Over And Over Again Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Edmond Hall, Pee Wee Russell & Ralph Sutton 2:57
N6 The Circus On Parade Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Edmond Hall, Pee Wee Russell & Ralph Sutton 1:55
N7 Tiger Rag (Alternate Take Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Edmond Hall, Pee Wee Russell & Ralph Sutton 4:28
N8 Tiger Rag Eddie Condon, Bud Freeman, Cliff Leeman, Edmond Hall, Pee Wee Russell & Ralph Sutton 4:33

Credits

12" Vinyl 1

recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (1953-11-24) (tracks A1–A4)
New York, New York, United States (1954-06-24) (tracks B1–B2)
clarinet:
Edmond Hall (American jazz clarinetist, bandleader) (1953-11-24) (tracks A1–A4)
Peanuts Hucko (1953-11-24) (track A2)
Edmond Hall (American jazz clarinetist, bandleader) (1954-06-24) (tracks B1–B2)
Peanuts Hucko (1954-06-24) (tracks B1–B2)
drums (drum set):
Cliff Leeman (1953-11-24) (tracks A1–A4)
George Wettling (1953-11-24) (track A3)
Cliff Leeman (1954-06-24) (tracks B1–B2)
trumpet:
Dick Cary (piano, trumpet, alto horn) (1953-11-24) (track A2)
Billy Butterfield (1954-06-24) (tracks B1–B2)
cornet:
Wild Bill Davison (1953-11-24) (tracks A1–A4)
Wild Bill Davison (1954-06-24) (tracks B1–B2)
tenor horn / alto horn [alto horn]:
Dick Cary (piano, trumpet, alto horn) (1954-06-24) (tracks B1–B2)
guitar:
Eddie Condon (1953-11-24) (tracks A1–A4)
Eddie Condon (1954-06-24) (tracks B1–B2)
bass:
Walter Page (1953-11-24) (tracks A1–A4)
Al Hall (1954-06-24) (tracks B1–B2)
piano:
Gene Schroeder (1953-11-24) (tracks A1–A4)
Gene Schroeder (1954-06-24) (tracks B1–B2)
tenor saxophone:
Bud Freeman (1954-06-24) (tracks B1–B2)
trombone:
Cutty Cutshall (1953-11-24) (tracks A1–A4)
Lou McGarity (1953-11-24) (track A3)
Cutty Cutshall (1954-06-24) (tracks B1–B2)
Lou McGarity (1954-06-24) (tracks B1–B2)
writer:
Gene Austin (1924) (track B2)
Roy Bergere (1924) (track B2)
publisher:
EMI Mills Music Inc. (ASCAP-affiliated) (track B2)
is the basis for:
Muetter, la ne ga (track B2)
recording of:
How Come You Do Me Like You Do (Do, Do) (1954-06-24) (track B2)

12" Vinyl 2

recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (1954-06-24) (track C1)
New York, New York, United States (1954-07-01) (tracks C2–C3)
New York, New York, United States (1955-04-20) (tracks D1–D5)
clarinet:
Edmond Hall (American jazz clarinetist, bandleader) (1954-06-24) (track C1)
Peanuts Hucko (1954-06-24) (track C1)
Edmond Hall (American jazz clarinetist, bandleader) (1954-07-01) (tracks C2–C3)
Peanuts Hucko (1954-07-01) (tracks C2–C3)
Edmond Hall (American jazz clarinetist, bandleader) (1955-04-20) (tracks D1–D5)
drums (drum set):
Cliff Leeman (1954-06-24) (track C1)
Cliff Leeman (1954-07-01) (tracks C2–C3)
George Wettling (1955-04-20) (tracks D1–D5)
trumpet:
Billy Butterfield (1954-06-24) (track C1)
Billy Butterfield (1954-07-01) (tracks C2–C3)
cornet:
Wild Bill Davison (1954-06-24) (track C1)
Wild Bill Davison (1954-07-01) (tracks C2–C3)
Bobby Hackett (1955-04-20) (tracks D1–D5)
tenor horn / alto horn [alto horn]:
Dick Cary (piano, trumpet, alto horn) (1954-06-24) (track C1)
Dick Cary (piano, trumpet, alto horn) (1955-04-20) (tracks D1–D5)
guitar:
Eddie Condon (1954-06-24) (track C1)
Eddie Condon (1954-07-01) (tracks C2–C3)
Eddie Condon (1955-04-20) (tracks D1–D5)
bass:
Al Hall (1954-06-24) (track C1)
Al Hall (1954-07-01) (tracks C2–C3)
Walter Page (1955-04-20) (tracks D1–D5)
piano:
Gene Schroeder (1954-06-24) (track C1)
Gene Schroeder (1954-07-01) (tracks C2–C3)
Gene Schroeder (1955-04-20) (tracks D1–D5)
tenor saxophone:
Bud Freeman (1954-06-24) (track C1)
Bud Freeman (1954-07-01) (tracks C2–C3)
trombone:
Cutty Cutshall (1954-06-24) (track C1)
Lou McGarity (1954-06-24) (track C1)
Cutty Cutshall (1954-07-01) (tracks C2–C3)
Lou McGarity (1954-07-01) (tracks C2–C3)
Cutty Cutshall (1955-04-20) (tracks D1–D5)
writer:
Harry Barris (track D2)
Bing Crosby (track D2)
instrumental recording of:
From Monday On (1955-04-20) (track D2)

12" Vinyl 3

recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (1955-04-22) (tracks E1–E5)
New York, New York, United States (1956-02-16) (tracks F1–F5)
New York, New York, United States (1956-02-20) (tracks F6–F7)
clarinet:
Edmond Hall (American jazz clarinetist, bandleader) (1955-04-22) (tracks E1–E5)
Pee Wee Russell (1956-02-16) (tracks F1–F5)
Pee Wee Russell (1956-02-20) (tracks F6–F7)
drums (drum set):
George Wettling (1955-04-22) (tracks E1–E5)
George Wettling (1956-02-16) (tracks F1–F5)
George Wettling (1956-02-20) (tracks F6–F7)
reeds:
Peanuts Hucko (1956-02-20) (tracks F6–F7)
trumpet:
Billy Butterfield (1956-02-20) (tracks F6–F7)
cornet:
Wild Bill Davison (1955-04-22) (tracks E1–E5)
Wild Bill Davison (1956-02-16) (tracks F1–F5)
Wild Bill Davison (1956-02-20) (tracks F6–F7)
guitar:
Eddie Condon (1955-04-22) (tracks E1–E5)
Eddie Condon (1956-02-16) (tracks F1–F5)
Eddie Condon (1956-02-20) (tracks F6–F7)
bass:
Walter Page (1955-04-22) (tracks E1–E5)
Walter Page (1956-02-16) (tracks F1–F5)
Walter Page (1956-02-20) (tracks F6–F7)
piano:
Gene Schroeder (1955-04-22) (tracks E1–E5)
Gene Schroeder (1956-02-16) (tracks F1–F5)
Gene Schroeder (1956-02-20) (tracks F6–F7)
trombone:
Cutty Cutshall (1955-04-22) (tracks E1–E5)
Cutty Cutshall (1956-02-16) (tracks F1–F5)
Cutty Cutshall (1956-02-20) (tracks F6–F7)
composer:
John Klenner (track F7)
Ray Lodwig (1927) (track F6)
lyricist:
Sam M. Lewis (US singer and lyricist) (track F7)
writer:
Howard Quicksell (1927) (track F6)
cover recording of:
Just Friends (track F7)
recording of:
Since My Best Gal Turned Me Down (1956-02-20) (track F6)

12" Vinyl 4

recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (1956-02-20) (track G1)
New York, New York, United States (1956-02-23) (tracks G2–G5)
clarinet:
Peanuts Hucko (tracks H1–H4)
Pee Wee Russell (1956-02-20) (track G1)
Peanuts Hucko (1956-02-23) (tracks G2–G5)
drums (drum set):
Cliff Leeman (tracks H1–H4)
George Wettling (1956-02-20) (track G1)
George Wettling (1956-02-23) (tracks G2–G5)
reeds:
Peanuts Hucko (1956-02-20) (track G1)
trumpet:
Billy Butterfield (1956-02-20) (track G1)
Billy Butterfield (1956-02-23) (tracks G2–G5)
cornet:
Wild Bill Davison (tracks H1–H4)
Wild Bill Davison (1956-02-20) (track G1)
guitar:
Eddie Condon (tracks H1–H4)
Eddie Condon (1956-02-20) (track G1)
Eddie Condon (1956-02-23) (tracks G2–G5)
bass:
Jack Lesberg (tracks H1–H4)
Walter Page (1956-02-20) (track G1)
Walter Page (1956-02-23) (tracks G2–G5)
piano:
Gene Schroeder (tracks H1–H4)
Gene Schroeder (1956-02-20) (track G1)
Ralph Sutton (Stride Pianist) (1956-02-23) (tracks G2–G5)
tenor saxophone:
Bud Freeman (tracks H1–H4)
trombone:
Lou McGarity (tracks H1–H4)
Cutty Cutshall (1956-02-20) (track G1)
Cutty Cutshall (1956-02-23) (tracks G2–G5)
composer:
George Crandall (track G5)
writer:
Louis Armstrong (track G1)
Joe Jordan (ragtime/jazz musician/composer) (track G5)
Nick LaRocca (track G5)
recorded at:
Newport Jazz Festival (1956) (1956) (tracks H1–H4)
recording of:
Someday You’ll Be Sorry (1956-02-20) (track G1)
referred to in medleys:
Ja-Da Medley (track G1)

12" Vinyl 5

recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (1957-06-28) (tracks I2–I5)
New York, New York, United States (1957-08-19) (tracks J1–J5)
clarinet:
Peanuts Hucko (track I1)
Bob Wilber (1957-06-28) (tracks I2–I5)
Bob Wilber (1957-08-19) (tracks J1–J5)
drums (drum set):
Cliff Leeman (track I1)
George Wettling (1957-06-28) (tracks I2–I5)
George Wettling (1957-08-19) (tracks J1–J5)
trumpet:
Billy Butterfield (1957-06-28) (tracks I2–I5)
cornet:
Wild Bill Davison (track I1)
Wild Bill Davison (1957-08-19) (tracks J1–J5)
guitar:
Eddie Condon (track I1)
Eddie Condon (1957-06-28) (tracks I2–I5)
Eddie Condon (1957-08-19) (tracks J1–J5)
bass:
Jack Lesberg (track I1)
Leonard Gaskin (1957-06-28) (tracks I2–I5)
Leonard Gaskin (1957-08-19) (tracks J1–J5)
piano:
Gene Schroeder (track I1)
Gene Schroeder (1957-06-28) (tracks I2–I5)
Gene Schroeder (1957-08-19) (tracks J1–J5)
tenor saxophone:
Bud Freeman (track I1)
trombone:
Lou McGarity (track I1)
Cutty Cutshall (1957-06-28) (tracks I2–I5)
Vic Dickenson (1957-08-19) (tracks J1–J5)
recorded at:
Newport Jazz Festival (1956) (1956) (track I1)

12" Vinyl 6

recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (1957-08-19) (tracks K1–K2)
New York, New York, United States (1957-09-24) (tracks K3–L1)
New York, New York, United States (1957-09-25) (tracks L2–L6)
clarinet:
Bob Wilber (1957-08-19) (tracks K1–K2)
Bob Wilber (1957-09-24) (tracks K3–L1)
Bob Wilber (1957-09-25) (tracks L2–L6)
drums (drum set):
George Wettling (1957-08-19) (tracks K1–K2)
George Wettling (1957-09-24) (tracks K3–L1)
George Wettling (1957-09-25) (tracks L2–L6)
trumpet:
Billy Butterfield (1957-09-24) (tracks K3–L1)
Billy Butterfield (1957-09-25) (tracks L2–L6)
cornet:
Wild Bill Davison (1957-08-19) (tracks K1–K2)
guitar:
Eddie Condon (1957-08-19) (tracks K1–K2)
Eddie Condon (1957-09-24) (tracks K3–L1)
Eddie Condon (1957-09-25) (tracks L2–L6)
bass:
Leonard Gaskin (1957-08-19) (tracks K1–K2)
Leonard Gaskin (1957-09-24) (tracks K3–L1)
Leonard Gaskin (1957-09-25) (tracks L2–L6)
piano:
Gene Schroeder (1957-08-19) (tracks K1–K2)
Gene Schroeder (1957-09-24) (tracks K3–L1)
Gene Schroeder (1957-09-25) (tracks L2–L6)
trombone:
Vic Dickenson (1957-08-19) (tracks K1–K2)
Cutty Cutshall (1957-09-24) (tracks K3–L1)
Cutty Cutshall (1957-09-25) (tracks L2–L6)

12" Vinyl 7

recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (1962-01-27) (tracks M1–N3)
clarinet:
Peanuts Hucko (tracks N4–N8)
Peanuts Hucko (1962-01-27) (tracks M1–N2)
drums (drum set):
George Wettling (tracks N4–N8)
Buzzy Drootin (1962-01-27) (tracks M1–N2)
trumpet:
Bobby Hackett (tracks N4–N8)
Bobby Hackett (1962-01-27) (tracks M1–N3)
tambourine:
Peanuts Hucko (1962-01-27) (track N3)
guitar:
Eddie Condon (tracks N4–N8)
Eddie Condon (1962-01-27) (tracks M1–N3)
bass:
Jack Lesberg (tracks N4–N8)
Jack Lesberg (1962-01-27) (tracks M1–M6, N1–N3)
Knobby Totah (jazz bassist) (1962-01-27) (track M7)
keyboard:
John Mortillaro (tracks N4–N8)
trombone:
Cutty Cutshall (tracks N4–N8)
Lou McGarity (1962-01-27) (tracks M1–N3)