Annotation

Packaging: Jewelcase inside Cardboard.

Annotation last modified on 2014-09-28 08:25 .

Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me
2:47
2 Everybody Loves My Baby
2:55
3 Riverside Blues
3:00
4 Tiger Rag
3:04
5 Yes Sir, That’s My Baby
3:00
6 Pagan Love Song
2:57
7 Frankie And Johnnie
2:55
8 St. Louis Blues
3:09
9 Copenhagen
3:01
10 12th Street Rag
2:58
11 Wabash Blues
3:22
12 Sweet Georgia Brown
3:07
13 Lonesome Mama Blues
3:04
14 Chinatown, My Chinatown
2:23
15 South
3:00
16 Basin Street Blues
5:58
17 Alabama Jubilee
3:18

Credits

CD 1

recorded in:
United States (1949-05-13) (track 1)
United States (1949-10-09) (tracks 2–3)
United States (1950-02-18) (tracks 4–6)
Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1950-07-20) (tracks 7–9)
United States (1950-10-07) (tracks 10–11)
Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1951-03-09) (tracks 7, 12–13)
United States (1951-11-03) (tracks 7, 14–15)
United States (1954-01-23) (track 16)
United States (1954-03-30) (track 17)
clarinet:
Clarke Mallery (tracks 1–15)
George Probert (tracks 16–17)
trumpet:
Danny Alguire (tracks 2–17)
Johnny Lucas (track 1)
membranophone:
Jerry Hamm (track 14)
Jimmy MacDonald (Disney sound effects wiz, voice of Mickey Mouse 1946–1980s) (track 1)
Monte Mountjoy (tracks 2–13, 15–17)
soprano saxophone:
George Probert (tracks 16–17)
banjo:
Harper Goff (tracks 1–15)
Dick Roberts (tracks 16–17)
wind instruments:
Ed Penner (tracks 1–17)
piano:
Frank Thomas (tracks 1–17)
trombone:
Ward Kimball (tracks 1–17)
composer:
Euday L. Bowman (track 10)
Nacio Herb Brown (US songwriter) (track 6)
Charlie Davis (1920's Indianapolis Bandleader) (track 9)
Walter Donaldson (track 5)
Nick LaRocca (track 4)
Fred Meinken (track 11)
Bennie Moten (jazz pianist) (track 15)
Jack Palmer (Jazz pianist and composer) (track 2)
Spencer Williams (US jazz composer, pianist & singer) (track 2)
Jean Schwartz (1910) (track 14)
Ben Bernie (1925) (track 12)
Maceo Pinkard (1925) (track 12)
Spencer Williams (US jazz composer, pianist & singer) (1926) (track 16)
lyricist:
Arthur Freed (track 6)
Gus Kahn (track 5)
Walter Melrose (track 9)
Dave Ringle (track 11)
Spencer Williams (US jazz composer, pianist & singer) (track 16)
William Jerome (1910) (track 14)
Kenneth Casey (1925) (track 12)
publisher:
Carl Sandburg (1927) (track 7)
writer:
George L. Cobb (track 17)
Charles McCarron (track 1)
Carey Morgan (track 1)
Arthur Swanstrom (track 1)
Jack Yellen (track 17)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 7)
Matthew R. Sayles (2016) (track 17)
publisher:
Bourne Co. (track 5)
Imagem CV (track 5)
Imagem Music GmbH (subsidiary of Dutch music publishers Imagem) (track 5)
Beuscher (track 14)
Remick Music Corp. (track 12)
Salabert (track 2)
Sim (Related to Éditions Sim) (track 14)
Warner Bros. Music (UK subsidiary, so named between 1970/01/23–1971/04/26 and 1972/04/25–1988/08/23) (track 12)
arrangements:
St. Louis Blues (for concert band, Nowak) (track 8)
instrumental recording of:
Alabama Jubilee (track 17)
Frankie and Johnny (traditional song, version of "Frankie and Albert") (track 7)
Lonesome Mama Blues (track 13)
Pagan Love Song (track 6)
St. Louis Blues (track 8)
is the basis for:
later translated versions:
Chacun son truc (track 5)
Frankie et Johnny (French version by Boris Vian) (track 7)
Tiger Rag (French version) (track 4)
Tiger-Rag (German version) (track 4)
Tiikerinmetsästys (track 4)
later versions:
Frankie and Johnny (Sidney Bechet arrangement) (track 7)
Geisternachtexpress (track 11)
orchestrations:
12th Street Rag (track 10)
recording of:
12th Street Rag (track 10)
Basin Street Blues (track 16)
Copenhagen (track 9)
Riverside Blues ("Dorsey - Jones") (track 3)
South (track 15)
Sweet Georgia Brown (track 12)
Tiger Rag (original 1917 instrumental version) (track 4)
Wabash Blues (track 11)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Polkas (track 10)
Ja-Da Medley (tracks 1, 4, 8, 12, 15)
Bugle Call Rag Medley (tracks 5, 10, 14)
version of:
Frankie and Albert (traditional song with the lyrics from "You’re My Baby" added, post-1912) (track 7)