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9 CD Set: That Devilin Tune

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I guess you haven't gotten to Volume 3 yet.

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Hi Allen,

Will the next volumes just continue chronologically? What sort of material might we see? Do you think they will get done?

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I am told it will be issued periodically until everything is out - vol. 2 is 1927-1934, Vol 3 is 1934-1945, and vol. 4 is 1945-1950 - basically evey major figure is included as well as a lot of neglected musicians -

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Hey Allen, I know you're a modest guy and all that - :mellow: - but could you tell those of us who know nothing about this set and your book a bit about what it's all about? Obviously (very) early jazz, but it sounds like your book has been published before, in full, and this is just an excerpt? This one may be a bit too "early" for my tastes, but the later volumes sound intriguing...

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the book covers jazz history, 1895-1950 - it is an attempt to offer an alternative to the typical cookie-cutter jazz history, and includes many people who are not covered in most jazz histories. All the major figures are there, but also regional musicians, some Western Swing, some early pop/crossover, hillbilly ragtime, latin american, etc etc. I can, in a little bit, post the whole discography. The book is available from Cadence. This first volume of the set set covers 1895-1927 and the booklet includes the entire text of the first part of the book. Subsequent sets will appear (I hope) every 3-6 months and will eventually include the entire book -

and yes, I am a modest guy though I have learned that good looks will not get you everything in life -

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I can vouch for the book. A great, thought-provoking read.

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stand back, here's the rest:

Volume 10

1. Bix Beiderbecke/Frankie Trumbauer I’m Comin’ Virginia May 13, 1927

2. Red McKenzie/Eddie Condon Nobody’s Sweetheart Dec. 16, 1927

3. George Olsen Sam the Accordion Man Jan. 6, 1927

4. Ray Miller My Honey’s Lovin’ Arms Feb. 1, 1928

5. Duke Ellington What Can a Poor Fellow Do? Nov. 3, 1927

6. Bix Beiderbecke (D. Murray, B. Rank) Sorry Oct. 5, 1927

7. Louis Dumaine Pretty Audrey March 17, 1927

8. Louis Dumaine To-Wa-Ba-Ca March 7, 1927

9. Bix Beiderbecke/Frankie Trumbauer Baltimore Sept. 28, 1927

10. Jesse Stone Boot to Boot April 27, 1927

11. Reb Spikes My Mammy’s Blues Oct. 15, 1927

12. Johnny Hyman’s Bayou Stompers Alligator Blues March 10, 1927

13. Johnny Doods/Tiny Parham Oh Daddy March, 1927

14. Annette Hanshaw Miss Annabelle Lee Aug., 1927

15. Jean Goldkette I’m Gonna Meet My Sweetie Now 1927

16. Ted Weems She’ll Never Meet a Fellow Like Me May 24, 1927

17. Perry Bradford (Smith/Harrison/Smith) It’s Right Here For You May 23, 1927

18. Dixie Stompers Wang Wang Blues March 23, 1927

19. Sadie McKinney Rock Away Feb. 24, 1927

20. Paul Whiteman Changes Nov. 3, 1927

21. Williamson’s Beale St. Frolic Orchestra Midnight Frolic Stomp Feb. 1, 1927

22. Oscar Celestin It’s Jam Up Oct. 25, 1927

23. Don Voorhees Soliloquy Sept. 6, 1927

24. Miff Mole Honolulu Blues Sept. 1, 1927

Volume 11

1. Frankie Trumbauer Humpty Dumpty Sept. 8, 1927

2. Venuti & Lang Going Places May 4, 1927

3. Frankie Trumbauer A Good Man Is Hard to Find Oct. 25, 1927

4. Paul Whiteman/Bing Crosby I’m Comin’ Virginia April 29, 1927

5. Carson Robison/Vernon Dalhart When the Sun Goes Down Again 1927

6. Paul Whiteman Lonely Melody Jan. 4, 1928

7. Jean Goldkette I’m Proud of a Baby Like You Jan. 25, 1927

8. Earl Hines Stowaway Dec. 8, 1928

9. Jim Jackson When I Woke Up This Morning Aug. 27, 1928

10. Carroll Dickerson Symphonic Raps July 5, 1928

11. Bud Freeman Crazeology Dec. 3, 1928

12. Duke Ellington Swampy River Oct. 1, 1928

13. Burton and Blythe Dustin’ the Keys April 1, 1928

14. Buddy Berton Silvery Moon April 21, 1928

15. Ethel Waters Get Up Off Your Knees June 28, 1928

16. Frankie Jaxon Jaspar’s Barbecue Oct. 28, 1928

17. Ted Lewis Shim-Me-Shaw Wobble July 16, 1928

18. Slim Lamar Goofus Sept. 6, 1928

19. Mart Britt Goose Creek Sept. 14, 1928

20. Louis Armstrong West End Blues June 28, 1928

21. Johnny Dodds Bucktown Stomp July 6, 1928

22. Clarence Jones ‘Mid the Pyramids Dec., 1928

23. Hoagy Carmichel Walkin’ the Dog May 5, 1928

24. Red McKenzie/E. Condon From Monday On May 28, 1928

25. Gladys Bentley Worried Blues Aug. 8, 1928

Volume 12

1. Cliff Edwards That’s My Weakness Now July 12, 1928

2. Tub Jug Washboard Band Lady Quit Her Husband… June, 1928

3. Pink Anderson/Simmie Dooley Tippin’ Out April 14, 1928

4. Chicago Footwarmers Get ‘Em Again Blues Feb. 7, 1928

5. Tommy Dorsey It’s Right Here For You Nov. 10, 1928

6. Boyd Senter Stack O’Lee Blues May 3, 1928

7. Boyd Senter Somebody’s Wrong May 8, 1928

8. Lottie Kimbrough Wayward Girl Blues Aug. 21, 1928

9. Sophie Tucker ‘Cause I Feel Low Down 1928

10. Dallas String Band I Used to Call Her Baby Dec., 1928

11. Frenchy’s String Band Texas and Pacific Blues Dec. 5, 1928

12. Bessie Smith/Charlie Green Empty Bed Blues March 20, 1928

13. Monk Hazel Ideas Dec., 1928

14. Alphonso Trent (Stuff Smith) Nightmare Dec. 5, 1928

15. Paul Whiteman Sweet Sue Sept. 18, 1928

16. Joe Ward and his Swanee Serenaders Traffic Jam 1928

17. The Sizzlers Diga Diga Doo Nov. 27, 1928

18. Carrol Dickerson’s Savoy Orchestra Missouri Squabble May 25, 1928

19. The Dorsey Brothers Melancholy Baby April 24, 1928

20. Thelma Terry Voice of the Southland March 29, 1928

21. Benny Meroff Smiling Skies Dec. 9, 1928

22. Ted Lewis Clarinet Marmalade July 16, 1928

23. Jack Pettis Broadway Stomp June 20, 1928

24. McKinney’s Cotton Pickers Stop Kidding July 12, 1928

Volume 13

1. Duke Ellington Take It Easy March 21, 1928

2. James P. Johnson and Orchestra Chicago Blues June 18, 1928

3. Charlie Johnson Charleston Is the Best Dance of All Jan. 24, 1928

4. Roy Evans (James P. Johnson) Jazzbo Dan and His Yodelin’ Band Sept. 4, 1928

5. Benny Goodman A Jazz Holiday Jan. 23, 1928

6. Lou Calabrese and His Hot Sketches Lip-Stick Feb. 28, 1928

7. Al Bernard ‘Taint So Honey, ‘Taint So ca. 1928

8. Joe Venuti and his New Yorkers Doin’ Things Oct. 4, 1928

9. Horsey’s Hot 5 Weeping Blues Sept. 29, 1928

10. Bix Beiderbecke/Frankie Trumbauer Jubilee Jan. 9, 1928

11. Alec Johnson/Mississippi Sheiks Sister Maud Mule Nov. 2, 1928

12. McKinney’s Cotton Pickers (as Goldkette Orchestra) My Blackbirds Are Bluebirds Now Nov. 23, 1928

13. Chicago Rhythm Kings (Teschemacher, Spanier, Sullivan, Mezzrow) There’ll Be Some Changes Made April 6, 1928

14. Pine Top Smith Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out Jan. 15, 1929

15. Big Crosby My Kinda Love April 10, 1929

16. The Rhythm Boys So the Bluebirds and the Blackbirds Got Together April 10, 1929

17. Louis Armstrong Blue Turning Grey Over You Feb. 1, 1930

18. Red McKenzie/Hawk/Russell One Hour Nov. 14, 1929

19. Jean Cocteau (Dan Parrish & Orch.) La Toison d’Or March 12, 1929

20. Frankie Trumbauer/Bix Beiderbecke I Like That April 30, 1929

21. Carson Robison and his Kansas City Jackrabbits Nonsense 1929

22. Henry Lange and his Bajer Hotel Orchestra Somebody Loves Me July 19, 1929

23. Marlow Hardy and his Alabamans Song of the Bayou Oct. 29, 1929

Volume 14

1. Will Ezell West Coast Rag 1928 or 1929

2. Huerve Duerson Avenue Strut 1929

3. Stellio Orch. Antillais En Sens Unique 1929

4. L’Orchestra Antillais Serpent Maigre Sept., 1929

5. Fats Waller Smashing Thirds Sept. 24, 1929

6. Tiny Parham Jungle Crawl July 22, 1929

7. Missourians Market Street Stomp June 3, 1929

8. Cecil Scott Bright Boy Blues 1929

9. Fred Elizade Nobody’s Sweetheart April 12, 1929

10. Jungletown Stompers Slow as Molasses April 15, 1929

11. Fess Williams Do Shuffle April 22, 1929

12. Paul Tremaine Four Four Rhythm Oct. 4, 1929

13. Emmett Miller Lovin’ Sam Sept. 5, 1929

14. Papa Charlie Jackson Baby Please Loan Me Your Heart 1929

15. Sam Theard You Rascal You 1929

16. Texas Alexander/Mississippi Sheiks Seen Better Days 1929

17. John Dilleshaw Cotton Patch Rag 1929

18. Memphis Jug Band K C Moan Oct. 4, 1929

19. Ikey Robinson and Jimmy Blythe Gin Mill Blues Nov. 16, 1929

20. H.M. Barnes Mandolin Rag 1929

21. Mississippi Mud Steppers Jackson Stomp 1929

22. Clifford Hayes (Hines/Smith/Grundy) Automobile Stomp Feb. 26, 1929

23. Eddie Lang/Lonnie Johnson Handful of Riffs May 8, 1929

24. Jones/Collins Astoria Hot Eight Damp Weather Nov. 5, 1929

Volume 15

1. Omer Simeon/Earl Hines Beau Koo Jack Sept. 11, 1929

2. Walter Pages’ Blue Devils Squabblin’ Nov. 10, 1929

3. Floyd Mills and His Marylanders Chicago Rhythm June 26, 1929

4. Zack Whyte West End Blues Feb. 26, 1929

5. Paul Whiteman Song of India April 5, 1929

6. Eddie Lang/Tommy Dorsey/Arthur Schutt Freeze and Melt May 22, 1929

7. Jimmy Dorsey Prayin’ the Blues June 13, 1929

8. Jelly Roll Morton Freakish July 8, 1929

9. George E. Lee Rough Scufflin’ Nov. 6, 1929

10. Jabbo Smith Sweet and Low Blues Feb. 23, 1929

11. Jimmy Noone/May Alix My Daddy Rocks Me July 8, 1929

12. Blind Leroy Garnett Louisiana Glide 1929

13. John Burris Piccolo Pete ca. Feb., 1929

14. Jack Purvis What’s the Use of Cryin’ Baby? May 1, 1930

15. James P. Johnson Cryin’ for the Carolines Jan. 21, 1930

16. Mary Lou Williams Night Life April 24, 1930

17. Bing Crosby It Must Be True Oct. 29, 1930

18. Luis Russell Panama Sept. 5, 1930

19. King Oliver You’re Just My Type March 18, 1930

20. Alphonso Trent After You’ve Gone March 5, 1930

21. Billie Young/J. R. Morton When They Get Lovin’ They’s Gone April 3, 1930

22. Blind Blake Righteous Blues Dec., 1930

23. Ben Tobier Hot and Heavy Dec. 3, 1930

24. Jimmy Dorsey I’m Just Wild About Harry July 15, 1930

Volume 16

1. East Texas Serenaders Babe 1930

2. Hoagy Carmichael Barnacle Bill the Sailor May 21, 1930

3. Paul Whiteman Choo Choo July 25, 1930

4. Fred Gardner’s Texas University Troubadours No Trumps June 9, 1930

5. Alphonso Trent St. James Infirmary March 5, 1930

6. Guy Lombardo St. Louis Blues Oct. 1, 1930

7. Bennie Moten Oh Eddie Oct. 28, 1930

8. Bennie Moten That Too, Do Oct. 28, 1930

9. Rector Trio Skyland Rag 1930

10. Frank Melrose Piano Breakdown April 10, 1930

11. Frank Melrose Cosmics April 11, 1930

12. Hal Kemp (B. Berigan) Them There Eyes Nov. 18, 1930

13. Louis Armstrong Dear Old Southland April 5, 1930

14. Bix Beiderbecke Deep Down South Sept. 8, 1930

15. Hoagy Carmichael Georgia on My Mind Sept. 15, 1930

16. The Cellar Boys (Manone, Teschemacher, Melrose, Freeman, Wettling) Wailing Blues Jan. 24, 1930

17. Fletcher Henderson (arr. Nesbitt) Chinatown Oct. 3, 1930

18. Fletcher Henderson (Jimmy Harrison) Somebody Loves Me Oct. 3, 1930

19. Red Nichols (Teagarden, B. Goodman) China Boy July 2, 1930

20. Douglas Finnell and His Royal Stompers Sweet Sweet Woman 1930

21. Frankie Franko Somebody Stole My Gal Nov. 12, 1930

22. Fletcher Henderson My Pretty Girl Feb. 5, 1931

23. Mills Blue Rhythm Band Blue Rhythm April 28, 1931

Volume 17

1. Red Perkins Hard Times Stomp May 5, 1931

2. Mildred Bailey Georgia on My Mind Nov. 24, 1931

3. Connie Boswell Concentratin’ on You Nov., 1931

4. Django Reinhardt Carinosa 1931

5. Sonny Clapp Easy Come, Easy Go Love July 1, 1931

6. Boswell Sisters Shout Sister Shout April 23, 1931

7. Cab Calloway Kickin’ The Gong Around Oct. 27, 1931

8. State Street Ramblers Wild Man Stomp March 20, 1931

9. Gene Kardos Business in F Dec. 18, 1931

10. Jimmy Rodgers Travelin’ Blues Jan. 31, 1931

11. Alabama Sheiks Travelin’ Railroad Man Blues Jan. 20, 1931

12. Dorsey Brothers I Can’t Get Mississippi Off My Mind July 30, 1931

13. Benny Goodman (Teagarden, Venuti, Lang) After You’ve Gone Oct. 22, 1931

14. Fats Waller I’m Crazy About My Baby March 13, 1931

15. Elmer Snowden Bugle Call Rag early 1932

16. Don Redman (Red Allen) Trouble Why Pick on Me? Sept. 24, 1931

17. Isham Jones Sentimental Gentleman From Georgia Aug. 17, 1932

18. Sidney Bechet/Tommy Ladnier Sweetie Dear Sept. 15, 1932

19. Eddie Edinborough/Bobby Leecan Brown Baby June 22, 1931

20. Eddie Lang/Carl Kress Feeling My Way Nov. 15, 1932

21. Bennie Moten Lafayette Dec. 13, 1932

22. Roy Palmer/Bob Hudson Trombone Slide March 31, 1932

23. Memphis Nighthawks Sweet Feet April 1, 1932

24. Ponce Sisters Contented Dec. 16, 1932

25. Bing Crosby Some of These Days May 26, 1932

Volume 18

1. Chocolate Dandies Blue Interlude Oct. 10, 1933

2. Chocolate Dandies Cloudy Skies Dec. 31, 1930

3. Duke Ellington Merry Go Round Feb. 15, 1933

4. Red Norvo In a Mist Nov., 1933

5. Benny Carter Symphony in Riffs Oct. 6, 1933

6. Riley Puckett K.C. Railroad Blues 1933

7. Ben Pollack Two Tickets to Georgia March 19, 1933

8. C. Hawkins/R. Allen The Day You Came Along Sept. 29, 1933

9. Casa Loma Orchestra Wild Goose Chase Feb. 16, 1933

10. Spike Hughes Firebird May 19, 1933

11. Spike Hughes Pastoral April 18, 1933

12. Louis Armstrong Chinatown 1933

13. Joe Haymes Limehouse Blues July 11, 1933

14. Four Southern Singers Hambone Am Sweet Feb. 3, 1933

15. Arthur Briggs Nobody Sweetheart June, 1933

16. Reuben Reeves Yellow Fire Dec. 14, 1933

17. Spirits of Rhythm I Got Rhythm Oct. 24, 1933

18. Louis Armstrong I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues 1933

19. Lee Wiley I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues March 7, 1933

20. Alphonso Trent I Found a New Baby March 24, 1933

21. Art Tatum Sophisticated Lady March 21, 1933

22. Tiny Bradshaw She’ll Be Comin ‘Round the Mountain Oct. 3, 1934

23. Mills Brothers I Found a New Baby Sept. 14, 1934

Volume 19

1. Jimmie Lunceford Chillun Get Up Jan. 26, 1934

2. Red Norvo The Night Is Blue Oct. 4, 1934

3. Chick Webb Let’s Get Together Jan. 5, 1934

4. Ork. L(eonid) Utesova U samovara y ya y maj Masha (At the Samovar With Masha) 1933-34

5. Mezz Mezzrow Sendin’ the Vipers May 7, 1934

6. Casa Loma Orchestra Linger Awhile 1934

7. Jimmie Davis Jelly Roll Blues Sept. 24, 1934

8. Hoagy Carmichael Moon Country 1934

9. Hal Kemp Serenade to a Wealthy Widow Sept. 14, 1934

10. Howard Armstrong and Ted Bogan State Street Rag 1934

11. Benny Goodman Bugle Call Rag Aug. 16, 1934

12. Smiley Burnette Travelin’ Man May 29, 1934

13. Mississippi Mud Steppers Moonglow 1934

14. Fletcher Henderson Down South Camp Meeting Sept. 12, 1934

15. J. H. Bragg and His Rhythm Five Frisky Honey Aug. 28, 1935

16. Farr Brothers Riddle Rhythm 1935

17. Louie Lasky Caroline April 2, 1935

18. Ray Noble Dinah Oct. 9, 1935

19. Ray Noble Way Down Yonder in New Orleans May 10, 1935

20. Charlie LaVere Smiles April 5, 1935

21. Willie Bryant Throwing Stones at the Sun Jan. 4, 1935

22. Cleo Brown Lookie, Lookie, Lookie… March 12, 1935

23. Teddy Wilson Between the Devil… Oct. 7, 1935

24. Oliver Brown I Ain’t Got Nobody July 28, 1935

25. Albert Nicholas Tap Room Special Oct. 5, 1935

Volume 20

1. Mississippi Mud Steppers Moonglow 1934

2. Bob Wills Four or Five Times Sept. 24, 1935

3. Milt Brown Sheik of Araby March, 1936

4. Milt Brown Hesitation Blues March, 1936

5. Jimmy Revard Triflin’ Gal Oct. 22, 1936

6. Stuff Smith (Jonah Jones) I Don’t Want to Make History March 3, 1936

7. Valaida Snow Until the Real Thing Comes Along Sept. 6, 1936

8.. Don Albert On the Sunny Side… Nov. 18, 1936

9. Original St. Louis Crackerjacks Echo in the Dark Oct. 16, 1936

10. Ivy Anderson Oh Baby Maybe Someday Feb. 28, 1936

11. Billy Mitchell Two Old Maids April 4, 1936

12. Lil Hardaway/Old Ced Odom Derby Town Sept. 20, 1936

13. Count Basie/Lester Young Shoe Shine Boy Oct. 8, 1936

14. Bunny Berigan Mama Don’t Allow Jan. 8, 1936

15. Teddy Weatherford My Blue Heaven July 20, 1937

16. Benny Goodman (Orchestra) Swing Low Sweet Chariot Jan. 9, 1937

17. Count Basie (Orchestra) John’s Idea July 7, 1937

18. Berigan/Waller/Dorsey Blues March 30, 1937

19. Danny Polo More Than Somewhat Oct. 1, 1937

20. Mezz Mezzrow Blues in Disguise June 14, 1937

21. Louis Armstrong Alexander’s Ragtime Band July 7, 1937

22. Louis Armstrong Sun Showers July 7, 1937

23. Roy Eldridge After You’ve Gone Jan. 23, 1937

24. Billy Kyle (Charlie Shavers) Havin’ a Ball March 18, 1937

25. Benny Goodman (Quartet) Liza 1937

Volume 21

1. Dicky Wells Sweet Sue July 7, 1937

2. Roy Rodgers My Little Lady (Hadie Brown) Oct. 28, 1937

3. Teddy Hill Blue Rhythm Fantasy May 15, 1937

4. Bob Pope When My Dreamboat Comes Home April 11, 1937

5. Boots and His Buddies The Goo Sept. 17, 1937

6. Original Yellow Jackets Swingin’ at the Cat and Chew May 5, 1937

7. Charlie Christian Tea For Two Sept. 21, 1937

8. Maxine Sullivan Nice Work If You Can Get It Sept. 21, 1937

9. Duke Ellington Diga Diga Doo 1937

10. Django Reinhardt Sweet Georgia Brown Dec. 21, 1937

11. Original Yellow Jackets Business After Midnight March 5, 1937

12. Count Basie/Jimmy Rushing Good Morning Blues May 9, 1937

13. Django Reinhardt St. Louis Blues Sept. 9, 1937

14. Count Basie/Jimmy Rushing The You and Me That Used to Be June 30, 1937

15. Bill Coleman/D. Reinhardt Bill Coleman’s Blues Nov. 9, 1937

16. Eddie South (D. Reinhardt) Somebody Loves Me Nov. 23, 1937

17. Fred Astaire Nice Work If You Can Get It 1937

18. Harry James Texas Chatter Dec. 1, 1937

19. Herald Goodman and His Tennessee Valley Boys Banjo Rag 1937

20. Tommy Dorsey and Clambake 7 Stardust on the Moon July 20, 1937

21. Duke Ellington Dimuendo in Blue Sept. 20, 1937

22. Bud Freeman You Took Advantage of Me Jan. 17, 1938

23. Joe Marsala (B. Rich) Jim Jam Stomp 1938

24. Fats Waller You Had An Evening to Spare April 12, 1938

25. Unidentified Tiger Rag ca. 1938

26. Eddie Condon Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland April 20, 1938

Volume 22

1. Roy Newman Everybody’s Tryin’ to Be My Baby Dec. 1, 1938

2. Billie Holiday The Very Thought of You Sept. 15, 1938

3. Georgia White Daddy Let Me Lay It on You Oct. 21, 1938

4. Willie the Lion Smith Passionette Jan. 10, 1938

5. Herman Chittison I’m Putting All My Eggs in One Basket June 13, 1938

6. Andy Kirk Mary’s Idea Dec. 6, 1938

7. Lester Young & K.C. 6 Way Down Yonder on New Orleans Sept. 27, 1937

8. Coleman Hawkins/Freddie Johnson When Buddah Smiles June 14, 1938

9. Blind John Davis Alley Woman Blues May 19, 1938

10. Light Crust Dough Boys Pussy Pussy Pussy Nov. 30, 1938

11. Bob Wills Liza Pull Down the Shades 1938

12. Bob Dunn’s Vagabonds Stompin’ at the Honky Tonk 1939

13. Bob Crosby Smoky Mary Jan. 23, 1939

14. Charlie Barnet Scotch and Soda Jan. 20, 1939

15. Paul Byrd Lollypop ca. 1939

16. Pete Brown Ocean Motion April 20, 1939

17. John Kirby From Ab to C Oct. 28, 1938

18. Al Cooper and the Savoy Sultans When I Grow Too Old to Dream Oct. 16, 1939

19. Jelly Roll Morton Winin’ Boy Blues Dec. 14, 1939

20. Muggsy Spanier Lonesome Road Dec. 12, 1939

21. Artie Shaw Lady Be Good May 27, 1939

22. Nat Cole Dixie Jamboree Jan. 14, 1939

23. Jack Teagarden I Ain’t Lazy (I’m Just Dreamin’) 1939

24. Ziggy Elman You Took Advantage of Me Aug. 29, 1939

25. Raymond Scott Peter Tambourine March 1, 1939

26. Ella Fitzgerald My Heart Belongs to Daddy Feb. 17, 1939

Volume 23

1. Lionel Hampton High Society April 13, 1939

2. Frankie Newton The Blues My Baby Gave Me Jan. 13, 1939

3. Oscar Aleman Just A Little Swing 1939

4. Slim Galliard Chicken Rhythm Sept. 15, 1939

5. Red Nichols (Bobby Jones) The Jumpin’ Jive Oct. 9, 1939

6. Count Basie (trio) Fare Thee Honey Fare Thee Well Jan. 26, 1939

7. Earl Hines (Orchestra) Grand Terrace Shuffle July 12, 1939

8. Clarence Profit Don’t Leave Me Feb. 15, 1939

9. Baby Hines I’ve Lost My Head Over You March 1, 1939

10. Alberta Hunter Someday Sweetheart Aug. 15, 1939

11. James P. Johnson If Dreams Come True 1939

12. Buddy Jones She’s Sellin’ What She Used to Give Away 1939

13. Jack Jenney Stardust Oct. 19, 1939

14. Skinny Ennis Strange Enchantment 1939

15. Jimmy McPartland Sugar Oct. 20, 1939

16. Irving Fazola/Jess Stacy Washington and Lee Swing 1939

17. Eddie Condon There’ll Be Some Changes Made Aug. 11, 1939

18. Count Basie Volcano Nov. 6, 1939

19. Glenn Miller Pagan Love Song June 27, 1939

20. Bud Freeman The Eel July 19, 1939

21. The Cats and The Fiddle That’s On Jack, That’s On Dec. 17, 1939

22. Art Hodes/Rod Cless Diga Diga Doo Jan., 1940

23. Snub Mosely Old Man River March, 1940

24. Bob Crosby’s Bobcats Spain Feb. 6, 1940

Volume 24

1. Kid Rena Milenburg Joys Aug. 24, 1940

2. Sidney Bechet Save It Pretty Mama Sept. 6, 1940

3. Jelly Roll Morton Sweet Substitute Jan. 4, 1940

4. Johnny Dodds Gravier Street Blues ca. 1940

5. Coleman Hawkins/Roy Eldridge I Surrender Dear May 25, 1940

6. Barney Bigard (Strayhorn) Lament For Javanette Nov., 1940

7. Duke Ellington Harlem Air Shaft July 22, 1940

8. Helen Forrest I’d Be Lost Without You May 10, 1940

9. Benny Goodman (Orchestra) Moonlight on the Ganges Feb. 18, 1940

10. Cliff Bruner New Falling Down Blues 1940

11. Jimmy Dorsey Major and Minor Stomp 1940

12. Horace Henderson Chloe May 8, 1940

13. B. Goodman/L. Young/Basie/J. Jones/Christian/Clayton I Never Knew 1940

14. George Barnes I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles 1940

15. Miff Mole A Good Man Is Hard to Find (excerpt) 1940

16. Cab Calloway Pickin’ the Cabbage March 8, 1940

17. Mary Lou Williams Baby Dear Nov. 18, 1940

18. Hot Lips Page Lafayette Nov. 1, 1940

19. Eddie Durham Moten Swing Nov. 11, 1940

20. Joe Turner (W.L. Smith) Careless Love Nov. 26, 1940

21. Harlan Leonard Contrasts Jan. 11, 1940

22. Jay McShann(C. Parker/B. Anderson) Moten Swing Nov. 3, 1940

23. Jay McShann Swingmatism April 31, 1941

24. Modern Mountaineers Tryin’ to Be True April 7, 1941

Volume 25

1. Thelonious Monk (excerpts) Melancholy Baby/Rhythm Riff/Nice Work If You Can Get It 1941

2. Dave Appollon Stardust 1941

3. Earl Hines (Solo) Melancholy Baby April 3, 1941

4. Benny Carter Lullaby to a Dream April 1, 1941

5. Chu Berry Blowin’ Up a Breeze Aug. 28, 1941

6. Sam Donahue Flo Flo Nov. 12, 1941

7. Delta Rhythm Boys Georgia on My Mind 1941

8. Donald Lambert Anitra’s Dance 1941

9. Duke Ellington/Billy Strayhorn Just a Sittin’ and a Rockin’ June 5, 1941

10. Pee Wee Russell Jig Walk March 25, 1941

11. Claude Thornhill Portrait of a Guinea Farm April 16, 1941

12. Fletcher Henderson A Pixie From Dixie 1941

13. Rex Stewart Menelik 1941

14. Artie Shaw Suite 8 1941

15. Charlie Barnet Nowhere Jan. 27, 1941

16. Lena Horne (C. Barnet) Good for Nothin’ Joe Jan. 7, 1941

17. Lucky Millinder Apollo Jump Sept. 5, 1941

18. Lester Young Benny’s Bugle Dec. 2, 1941

19. Raymond Scott When Cootie Left the Duke Jan. 6, 1941

20. Machito and His Afro Cubans Nague 1941

21. Tommy Dorsey Loose Lid Special Aug. 19, 1941

22. Louis Jordan What’s the Use of Gettin’ Sober… July 21, 1942

23. Helen Humes (P. Brown) Mound Bayou Feb. 9, 1942

Volume 26

1. Duke Ellington (Strayhorn) Johnny Come Lately Feb. 26, 1942

2. Frank Froeba Sweet Lorraine July, 1942

3. Lil Green If I Didn’t Love You Jan. 21, 1942

4. Cassino Simpson Tea For Two May 17, 1942

5. Claude Thornhill (Gil Evans) Buster’s Last Stand June 19, 1942

6. Charlie Parker Cherokee early 1942

7. George Gershwin (Oscar Levant) Concerto in F 1942

8. Charlie Parker (E. Ware) I Found a New Baby ca. Sept., 1942

9. Roy Eldridge Stardust Nov. 16, 1943

10. Ella Mae Morse Tess’ Torch Song Oct. 28, 1943

11. Cliff Edwards Singin’ In The Rain 1943

12. Charlie Parker/Dizzy Gillespie Sweet Georgia Brown 1943

13. Dizzy Gillespie Night in Tunisia 1943

14. Bobby Hackett/E. Caceres Jada June, 1944

15. Harry Gibson In A Mist July 22, 1944

16. Ben Webster/H.L. Page/Clyde Hart Tea For Two mid 1944

17. Johnny Mercer Sweet Lorraine 1944

18. Jay McShann (Orchestra) Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams ca. March, 1944

19. Eddie Rosner St. Louis Blues ca. 1944

20. Miff Mole/Muggsy Spanier Angry April 15, 1944

21. Buck Ram’s All Stars Twilight In Teheran Sept. 18, 1944

22. Benny Harris Dee Dee’s Dance Dec. 19, 1944

23. Boyd Raeburn (arr. Finckel) Two Spoons In An Igloo June 22, 1944

24. Jimmy Dorsey (arr. Gillespie) Grand Central Getaway 1944

Volume 27

1. Nat Cole Body and Soul Jan. 17, 1944

2. Nat Cole What Is This Thing Called Love Jan. 17, 1944

3. Mary Lou Williams Caravan 1944

4. Mary Lou Williams Stardust Pt. 2 June 5, 1944

5. Coleman Hawkins Rainbow Mist Feb. 22, 1944

6. Coleman Hawkins (D. Gillespie) Woody ‘n You 1944

7. George Auld (Sonny Berman) Short Circuit Feb. 16, 1944

8. Don Byas (R. Williams/C Shavers) 1944 Stomp March 28, 1944

9. Cootie Williams (B. Powell) Floogie Boo Jan. 4, 1944

10. Julia Lee (J. McShann) Come on Over to My House Nov. 1, 1944

11. Jay McShann On the Sunny Side of the Street Nov. 1, 1944

12. Billie Holiday I Cover the Waterfront March 25, 1944

13. Duke Ellington Black, Brown and Beige: 3 Dances Dec. 19, 1944

14. Kid Ory (M. Carey, J. Noone) Mutt’s Blues March, 1944

15. Cecil Gant I Wonder 1944

16. Buddy and Ella Johnson When My Man Comes Home 1944

17. Al Duffy (Tony Mottola) Light Calvary Overture May 5, 1944

18. Miss Rhapsody Sugar Nov. 21, 1944

19. Alec Wilder Footnotes to A Summer Love 1945

20. Wooden Joe Nicholas Up Jumped the Devil May 17, 1945

21. Bunk Johnson Alexander’s Ragtime Band Nov. 21, 1945

22. Bunk Johnson You Always Hurt the One You Love Nov. 21, 1945

23. Pearl Bailey Who 1945

Volume 28

1. Frank Sinatra/L. Armstrong Blue Skies Aug., 1945

2. Rex Stewart/S. Scott/E. Bostic Big Chief Pawnee July 30, 1945

3. Kay Starr Good for Nothin’ Joe Dec., 1945

4. Doris Day/L. Brown We’ll Be Together Again Nov. 23, 1945

5. Joe Stafford Sometimes I’m Happy` 1945

6. Mel Powell Don’t Blame Me 1945

7. Louis Armstrong I Wonder 1945

8. Gatemouth Moore Did You Ever Love a Woman May 10, 1945

9. Merle Travis Cannonball Rag 1945

10. Lil Armstrong./Jonah Jones/J.C. Higginbotham I’m Confessin’ Jan. 9, 1945

11. Nat Cole/C. Shavers/H. Haymer Swingin’ on Central June 9, 1945

12. Harry Sweets Edison/Les Paul Get Happy Sept. 12, 1945

13. Ivy Anderson Tall, Dark, and Handsome Oct., 1945

14. D. Gillespie/C. Parker/A. Haig Dizzy Atmosphere Dec. 29, 1945

15. Coleman Hawkins/H. McGhee Rifftide Feb. 23, 1945

16. Billy Eckstein Orchestra Air Mail Special Feb. or March, 1935

17. Bill Eckstein/S. Vaughn Don’t Blame Me Feb. or March, 1945

18. Mezz Mezzrow Revolutionary Blues (Part 1) 1945

19. Fletcher Henderson Minor Riff 1945

20. Boyd Raeburn (D. Gillespie) Barefoot Boy With Cheek Jan. 7, 1945

21. Woody Herman (from) Ebony Concerto (composed 1945)

22. Bill Harris Mean to Me July 5, 1945

23. Peggy Lee Waiting for the Train to Come Home July 30, 1945

Volume 29

1. Kid Ory 1919 Rag 1946

2. Lester Young/N. Cole/B. Rich Somebody Loves Me March or April, 1946

3. Tommy Dorsey (arr. B. Finegan) Hollywood Hi Hat April 8, 1946

4. Dizzy Gillespie 52nd Street Theme Feb. 22, 1946

5. Dodo Marmarosa (Lucky Thompson) Dodo’s Bounce 1946

6. Harry Gibson Who Put the Benzedrine… Feb. 8, 1946

7. Pete Johnson Pete’s Lonesome Blues Jan. 26, 1946

8. George Lewis/Original Zenith Brass Band ‘Tain’t Nobody’s Business If I Do Feb. 26, 1946

9. Bebop Boys Bebop in Pastel Aug. 23, 1946

10. Stan Kenton (arr. G. Roland) Ecuador July 18, 1946

11. Woody Herman (R. Burns) Lady McGowran’s Dream Sept. 18, 1946

12. Frankie Trumbauer China Boy May 25, 1946

13. Benny Carter (S. White) Something to Remember You By April 22, 1946

14. Benny Goodman Up a Lazy River Oct. 14, 1946

15. Charles Mingus This Subdues My Passion May 6, 1946

16. Lucky Roberts Junkman Rag May 21, 1946

17. Jo Jo Adams When I’m in My Tea June 11, 1946

18. Mel Powell (Orchestra) Lover man June 3, 1946

19. Raymond Scott Naked City ca. 1946

20. Metronome All Stars/Frank Sinatra Sweet Lorraine Dec. 15, 1946

21. Hociel Thomas (Mutt Carey) Gambler’s Dream Aug. 30, 1946

22. Boyd Raeburn (arr. G. Handy) Over the Rainbow June 3, 1946

23. Howard McGhee Thermodynamics July 29, 1946

Volume 30

1. Don Byas I Found a New Baby Aug. 21, 1946

2. Serge Chaloff (Rodney/Swope/DiNovi Serge’s Urge Aug. 21, 1946

3. Art Hodes (Jazz Record 6) Ballin’ the Jack March 15, 1946

4. Lecuona Cuban Boys Baila La Conga 1946

5. Wild Bill Davison Improvisation for the March of Time 1946

6. Frank Signorelli Save It Pretty Mama Oct. 16, 1946

7. Pete Dailey Jazz Me Blues Oct. 18, 1946

8. Ray McKinley Cyclops Dec. 31, 1947

9. Lenny Tristano Yesterdays 1947

10. Allan Eager (D. Jordan) And That’s for Sure July 15, 1947

11. Brew Moore Blue Brew July 15, 1947

12. Charlie Parker/D. Gillespie/L. Tristano/J. LaPorta./B. Bauer On the Sunny Side of the Street Sept. 20, 1947

13. Coleman Hawkins (F. Navarro) Half Step Down Dec. 10, 1947

14. Dexter Gordon (Leo Parker) So Easy Dec. 11, 1947

15. Duke Ellington New York City Blues Dec. 27, 1947

16. Lionel Hampton (C. Mingus) Mingus Fingers Nov. 10, 1947

17. Louis Armstrong I’m Confessin’ Feb. 8, 1947

18. Red Allen Sweet Lorraine March 18, 1947

19. Stan Kenton (arr. Graettenger) Thermopolae 1947

20. Ethel Waters (acc. Reginald Beane) It’s Only a Paper Moon 1947

21. Miff Mole (B. Dodds et al.) How Come You Do Me 1947

22. Al Hibbler My Little Brown Book 1947

Volume 31

1. Bing Crosby/Al Jolson Alexander’s Ragtime Band March 25, 1947

2. Sidney Bechet Laura July 31, 1947

3. Chano Pozo Ritmo Afro Cubano 1947

4. Spanier/J.P. Johnson/Bechet/Nicholas Blue Turning Grey Over You 1947

5. Johnny Guarnieri Exactly Like You 1947

6. Art Tatum Cherokee 1947

7. Ella Fitzgerald Lady Be Good 1947

8. Lenny Tristano Don’t Blame Me 1947

9. Mutt Carey Slow Drivin’, Part 1 & 2 1947

10. Mary Ann McCall Time June 1, 1947

11. Bill Johnson and His Musical Notes Shorty’s Got to Go March 15, 1947

12. Astor Piazzolla Quejas De Bandoneon Aug. 21, 1947

13. T. Texas Tyler Who’s to Blame 1947

14. Hank Penny Locked Out 1947

15. Doc Pomus Pomus Blues Aug. or Sept., 1947

16. James P. Johnson Aintcha Got Music June 21, 1947

17. Allen Eager (Mettome, Wallington) Nightmare Allen Nov. 6, 1947

18. Joe Turner (P. Johnson) Jockey Blues Dec. 27, 1947

19. Kay Starr Garbage Can Blues Dec. 27, 1947

20. Nellie Lutcher I Thought About You Aug. 19, 1947

21. Buddy Rich (orch., arr. Finckl) What Is This Thing Called Love April, 1947

22. Benny Goodman (orch., arr. L. Williams) Lonely Moments Jan. 28, 1947

23. Charlie Parker Out of Nowhere Nov. 4, 1947

24. Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers Bop Alley Dec. 22, 1947

Volume 32

1. Serge Chaloff (Haig, Rodney, T. Kahn) Fine and Dandy Jan. 29, 1947

2. Dodo Marmarosa Tone Painting Pt. 1 & 2 1947

3. Bud Powell Somebody Loves Me Jan. 10, 1947

4. Thelonious Monk Off Minor Oct. 24, 1947

5. Leo Parker/H. McGhee/G. Ammon Leapin Leo 1947

6. Django Reinhardt Just One of Those Things May 21, 1947

7. Chubby Jackson (T. Aless/E. Carls) L’Ana May 20, 1947

8. Charlie Parker/Dizzy Gillespie Koko Sept. 29, 1947

9. Dizzy Gillespie (big band, arr. George Russell) Relaxin’ at Camrillo Sept. 29, 1947

10. Thelonious Monk Monk’s Mood Nov. 21, 1947

11. Claude Thornhill (G. Evans) Polka Dots and Moonbeams Nov. 6, 1947

12. Harry James Tuxedo Junction 1947

13. Dave Brubeck Octet I Hear a Rhapsody 1948

14. Hadda Brooks Out of the Blue 1948

15. Count Basie Seventh Avenue Express Oct. 19, 1948

16. Tony Fruscella/Chick Maures/Bill Triglia Little Orgg 1948

17. Anita O’Day What Is This Thing Called Love 1948

18. Miles Davis (Konitz/Lewis/Roach) Half Nelson Sept. 25, 1948

19. Miles Davis Nonet (arr. J. Lewis) Sil Vous Plais Sept. 4, 1948

20. Tadd Dameron (Navarro, Eager, Williams) Our Delight Summer or Fall 1948

21. James Moody’s Modernists The Fuller Bop Man Oct. 19, 1948

Volume 33

1. Fats Navarro (E. Henry) Boperation Oct. 11, 1948

2. Tommy Duncan and his Western All Stars Wrong Road Blues 1948

3. Stan Hasselgard (B. Carroll) Cottontop Nov. 18, 1948

4. Lester Young Just You Just Me Nov. 27, 1948

5. Charlie Parker My Old Flame 1948

6. Sir Charles Thompson Robbin’s Nest May, 1948

7. Rip Ramsey and His Texas Wanderers Wanderer’s Swing 1948

8. Sonny Stitt Relaxin’ May, 1948

9. Charlie Barnet (G. Fuller) Cuba Feb. 7, 1949

10. Billie Holiday Keeps on Raining Aug. 27, 1949

11. Babs Gonzalez Professor Bop Jan. 20, 1949

12. Metronome All Stars (Rugolo) Overtime Jan. 3, 1949

13. J.J. Johnson (S. Rollins) Bee Jay May 11, 1949

14. Johnny Carisi (wr., arr.) Lestorian Mode May 21, 1949

15. Gerry Mulligan Waterworks Aug. 23, 1949

16. Wardell Gray Southside Swing Nov. 11, 1949

17. Tadd Dameron (Big Ten) Focus Feb. 19, 1949

18. Jimmy Dorsey Out of Nowhere 1949

19. Buddy DeFranco (wr., arr. G. Russell) A Bird in Igor’s Yard April 23, 1949

20. Stan Getz (Walling, Swope, Gibbs, Rogers) T & S March 14, 1949

21. Stan Getz (Rainey, Cohn) Stan Gets Along 1949

22. Charlie Parker (Haig, Rodney) Bird of Paradise 1949

23. Bud Powell Tempus Fugit Feb., 1949

Volume 34

1. Omer Simeon/Knocky Parker Grandpa’s Spells 1949

2. Roy Porter (big band, Dolphy) Gassin’ the Wig Jan. or Feb., 1949

3. Art Pepper/Hampton Hawes Perdido April, 1949

4. Charlie Mariano (Truitt) Babylon May 25, 1949

5. Gil Fuller The Scene Changes July 11, 1949

6. Errol Garner I’m Confessin’ Summer 1949

7. Lee Konitz/Tristano Tautology Jan. 11, 1949

8. Lee Konitz/Warne Marsh Marshmallow June 28, 1949

9. Julia Lee When Your Lover Has Gone April 29, 1949

10. Walter Brown (J. Jackson/Ashby) Cindy Lou Oct. 31, 1949

11. Don Lanphere (D. Jordan) Spider’s Webb July 2, 1949

12. James Moody (Arne Domnerus) Out of Nowhere Oct. 7, 1949

13. Big Eye Louis Nelson Delisle Clarinet Marmalade July 19, 1949

14. Bud Powell/Sonny Stitt All God’s Chillun Got Rhythm Dec. 11, 1949

15. Lester Young Body and Soul April 2, 1950

16. Moon Mullican Southern Hospitality April 16, 1950

17. Dickie Jones (Benny Leaders) Salt Your Pillow Down ca. 1950 or 1951

18. Sarah Vaughn (M. Davis) Nice Work if You Can Get It May 19, 1950

19. June Christy (Kenton, arr. Rigolo) Come Rain or Come Shine 1950

20. Teddi King You May Not Love Me Dec., 1950

21. Chubby Jackson (orch., arr. T. Kahn, Mulligan, Aless) Flying the Coop March 15, 1950

22. Nat Pierce Orchestra (Ralph Burns) Red Hills and Green Barns (excerpt) Nov. or Dec., 1950

23. Stan Kenton (Russo) Solitaire Feb. 3, 1950

Volume 35

1. Joe Venuti Apple Blossoms ca. 1950

2. Dave Brubeck Singin’ in the Rain March, 1950

3. Al Haig Liza Feb. 27, 1950

4. Barbara Carroll Dancing on the Ceiling Feb. 15, 1950

5. Duke Ellington (M. Roach) The New Piano Roll Blues Sept. 21, 1950

6. Al Hibbler Song of the Wanderer 1950

7. Charlie Parker (Navarro, B. Powell) Ornithology June 30, 1950

8. Tony Scott Lover Come Back to Me (excerpt) July, 1950

9. Jack Teagarden (as above) Love Lies Feb. 21, 1950

10. Maynard Ferguson (arr. S. Rogers) Short Wave Sept. 13, 1950

11. Johnny Wigg’s and His New Orleans Band Zulu’s Parade June 11, 1950

12. Earl Hines (trio) I Hadn’t Anyone ‘Til You June 17, 1950

13. Miles Davis & Metronome All Stars (wr., arr. Ralph Burns, Chaloff, Shearing, Gibbs, LaPorta)

Early Spring Jan. 23, 1951

14. Bud Powell Dusky and Sandy Feb., 1951

15. Dickey Wells Black and Blue 1951

16. Stan Getz (Haig, Rainey, T. Kahn) Signal Oct. 28, 1951

17. Hank Garland Seventh and Union Aug. 31, 1951

18. Kid Thomas and his Algerian Stompers Panama Sept. 3, 1951

19. Eureka Brass Band You Tell Me Your Dream Aug., 1951

Volume 36

1. Johnny Otis, Linda Hopkins Doggin’ Blues Jan. 9, 1951

2. Ahmad Jamal Will You Still Be Mine Oct. 25, 1951

3. Hampton Hawes All The Things You Are Sept. 22, 1951

4. Bud Powell It Could Happen to You May 1, 1951

5. Paul Gonsalvez The Happening April 17, 1951

6. Miles Davis (J. McLean, S. Rollins) Denial Oct. 5, 1951

7. Charlie Mariano (D. Twardzik) Aviary 1951

8. Red Norvo (Mingus, Farlow) Godchild April 13, 1951

9. Red Rodney (J. Ford) Mark 1951

10. Sonny Rollins With A Song Dec. 17, 1951

11. Miles Davis/Lee Konitz Ezz-thetic March 8, 1951

12. Dinah Washington I’m a Fool to Want You June 2, 1951

13. George Lewis Weary Blues Aug., 1951

14. Dizzy Gillespie/J. Coltrane Birk’s Works 1951

15. George Wallington Polka Dot 1951

16. Roy Eldridge/Claude Bolling Fireworks 1951

17. Ben Webster/Johnny Otis Stardust Dec. 26, 1951

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Impressive! :o

Thanks for the 411.

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Which system did you use to re-channel for stereo? :cool:

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actually it's in quadrophonic - with Dolby surround in selected regions -

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I hope that means you declicked it, 'cause those clicks in Dolby surround can be murder.

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actually, we re-clicked a lot of tracks in order to make them sound more authentic -

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I strongly recommend Allen´s book.

It´s a very refreshing view of the earlier years of jazz, that has piqued my curiosity on many obscure musicians. A superb complement to the usual jazz encyclopedias.

Edited by EKE BBB

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When I heard they re-clicked for authenticity.....that closed the deal.

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yes - and I overdubbed strings and some background vocals on a few of the real early cuts -

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And added lots of reverb??? :excited:

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Just curious - is this stuff being reissued legally, or are we in the Definitive/Fresh Sounds/Proper etc. realm?

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company issuing it is German and all publishing is being paid through Euro channels -

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also, note that this is not a cut-and-paste from previous projects. This compilation is completely original - which differentiates it from Proper/Definitive. I spent 3 years collating it - so it is no less legit than, say, Frog reissues -

Edited by AllenLowe

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bumping for the night crew -

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Tried ordering the book from Cadence yesterday, and just got an "out of print" message today in return.

A quick Google search yielded a couple of copies from antique booksellers for $75!!!

Anyone (Allen?) have any alternate outlets to try?

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the book should be around - I'll check tomorrow and let you guys know -

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Mr Lowe. Didn't you get the memo? Attention spans are short in America at this time. 9 friggin' cds and it is only volume one! A single disc covering 1492-1950 would have been plenty. AND you expect us to friggin' read something? I just hope the commercials are good.

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