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Keynote Discography

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repeating this from another thread, just so it will be easier to locate in case anyone's looking for it in the future

Keynote Collection discography - I hope there aren't too many typos...

(*) indicates previously unissued

(**) Cater & Ross Sessions: additional alternates first on CD (The Complete Benny Carter - The Essential Keyone Collection 7) - thanks to Cuck!

George Hartman and His Orchestra

George Hartman (tp), Julian Laine (tb), Leonard "Bujie" Centobie (cl), Roy Zimmerman (p), Lloyd Dantin (g), John Bell (b), John Castaing (d)

New Orleans, c. March 14, 1941

DIGA DIGA DOO (3:19)

JAZZ ME BLUES (2:57)

MUSKRAT RAMBLE (3:24)

TIN ROOF BLUES (3:43)

Lester Young Quartet

Lester Young (ts), Johnny Guarnieri (p), Slam Stewart (b), Sid Catlett (d)

New York, December 28, 1943

JUST YOU, JUST ME (3:06)

JUST YOU. JUST ME (3:13)

I NEVER KNEW (3:07)

I NEVER KNEW (3:11)

AFTERNOON OF A BASIE-ITE (3:09)

AFTERNOON OF A BASIE-ITE (3:11)

SOMETIMES I'M HAPPY (3:44) (*)

SOMETIMES I'M HAPPY (3:09)

Lionel Hampton Sextet with Dinah Washington

Dinah Washington (voc), Joe Morris (tp), Rudy Rutherford (cl), Arnett Cobb (ts), Milt Buckner (p), Vernon King (b), Fred Radcliffe (d), Lionel Hampton (d-1, p-2)

New York, December 29, 1943

EVIL GAL BLUES (2:54) (-1)

I KNOW HOW TO DO IT (3:10)

SALTY PAPA BLUES (3:05)

HOMEWARD BOUND (2:50) (-2)

"Little Jazz" (Roy Eldridge) and His Trumpet Ensemble

Roy Eldridge, Joe Thomas, Emmett Berry (tp), Johnny Guarnieri (p), Israel Crosby (b), Cozy Cole (d)

New York, January 24, 1944

DON'T BE THAT WAY (3:12)

I WANT TO BE HAPPY (2:57)

FIESTA IN BRASS (2:55) (*)

FIESTA IN BRASS (2:55)

ST LOUIS BLUES (2:39)

ST LOUIS BLUES (2:35)

Coleman Hawkins Quintet

Roy Eldridge (tp), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Teddy Wilson (p), Billy Taylor (b), Cozy Cole (d)

New York, January 31, 1944

I ONLY HAVE EYES FOR YOU (3:14) (*)

1 ONLY HAVE EYES FOR YOU (3:12) (*)

I ONLY HAVE EYES FOR YOU (3:11)

'S WONDERFUL (2:58) (*)

'S WONDERFUL (2:39)

I'M IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE (3:14)

"BEAN" AT THE MET (3:08) (*)

"BEAN" AT THE MET (3:06) (*)

"BEAN" AT THE MET (3:02)

Coleman Hawkins Quartet

Coleman Hawkins (ts), Teddy Wilson (p), Israel Crosby (b), Cozy Cole (d)

New York, February 17, 1944

FLAME THROWER (3:16)

IMAGINATION (2:50)

NIGHT AND DAY (3:21)

CATTIN' AT KEYNOTE (2:42)

Cozy Cole All Stars

Joe Thomas (tp), Trummy Young (tb), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Earl Hines (p), Teddy Walters (g), Billy Taylor (b), Cozy Cole (d)

New York, February 22, 1944

BLUE MOON (4:35)

BLUE MOON (4:30) (*)

FATHER CO-OPERATES (3:53) (*)

FATHER CO-OPERATES (5:00) (*)

FATHER CO-OPERATES (5:14) (*)

FATHER CO-OPERATES (4:47)

Cozy Cole All Stars

Roy Eldridge (tp), Coleman Hawklns (ts), Teddy Wilson (p), Billy Taylor (b), Cozy Cole (d)

New York, January 31, 1944

JUST ONE MORE CHANCE (5:04) (*)

JUST ONE MORE CHANCE (4:51)

THRU' FOR THE NIGHT (4:46) (*)

THRU' FOR THE NIGHT (4:42)

Kansas City Seven

Buck Clayton (tp), Dicky Wells (tb), Lester Young (ts), Count Basie (p), Freddy Green (g), Rodney Richardson (b), Jo Jones (d)

New York, March 22, 1944

AFTER THEATRE JUMP (4:49) (*)

AFTER THEATRE JUMP (4:46)

SIX CATS AND A PRINCE (5:18) (*)

SIX CATS AND A PRINCE (4:10)

SIX CATS AND A PRINCE (4:12)

LESTER LEAPS AGAIN (4:28)

DESTINATION K.C. (3:53)

DESTINATION K.C. (4:49)

Charlie Shavers Quintet Featuring Earl Hines

Charlie Shavers (tp), Tab Smith (as), Earl Hines (p), Al Lucas (b), Jo Jones (d)

New York, April 22, 1944

MOUNTAIN AIR (4:57)

CURRY IN A HURRY (4:18) (*)

CURRY IN A HURRY (4:39)

CURRY IN A HURRY (4:37) (*)

STARDUST (4:40) (*)

STARDUST (4:29)

ROSETTA (4:08) (*)

ROSETTA (5:00) (*)

ROSETTA (4:39)

Coleman Hawkins and His Sax Ensemble

Tab Smith (as, arr), Coleman Hawkins, Don Byas (ts), Harry Carney (bs), Johnny Guarnieri (p), Al Lucas (b), Sidney Catlett (d)

New York, May 24, 1944

ON THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET (4:54) (*)

ON THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET (4:46)

THREE LITTLE WORDS (4:48)

BATTLE OF THE SAXES (4:38)

LOUISE (4:55) (*)

LOUISE (4:52)

Coleman Hawkins' All American Four

Coleman Hawkins (ts), Teddy Wilson (p), John Kirby (b), Sid Catlett (d)

New York, May 29, 1944

MAKE BELIEVE (4:45) (*)

MAKE BELIEVE (4:46)

DON'T BLAME ME (4:50) (*)

DON'T BLAME ME (4:54)

JUST ONE OF THOSE THINGS (4:33)

HALLELUJAH (3:58)

Benny Morton Trombone Choir

Benny Morton, Vic Dickenson, Bill Harris, Claude Jones (tb), Johnny Guarnieri (p), Al Hall (b), Sid Catlett (d), Billy Moore, Jr. (arr)

New York, May 30, 1944

WHERE OR WHEN (4:50) (*)

WHERE OR WHEN (4:39)

LIZA (1) (4:19)

LIZA (2) (4:22)

ONCE IN A WHILE (4:44)

SLIPHORN OUTING (4:33)

Rex Stewart's Big Eight

Rex Stewart (cor), Lawrence Brown (tb), Tab Smith (as, cl-2), Harry Carney (bs, b-cl-1), Johnny Guarnieri (p), Brick Fleagle (g, arr), Sid Weiss (b), Cozy Cole (d)

New York, June 5, 1944

THE LITTLE GOOSE (3:52) (*)

THE LITTLE GOOSE (3:47)

I'M TRUE TO YOU (3:58) (*)

I'M TRUE TO YOU (3:39)

ZAZA (3:57)

SWAMP MIST (4:56) (*)

SWAMP MIST (4:32)

The Keynoters

Charlie Shavers, Jonah Jones (tp), Budd Johnson (ts), Johnny Guarnieri (p), Milt Hinton (b), J.C. Heard (d)

New York, June 8, 1944

YOU'RE DRIVING ME CRAZY (4:14) (*)

YOU'RE DRIVING ME CRAZY (4:10)

I'M IN THE MARKET FOR YOU (4:33)

BLUE LOU (4:26) (*)

BLUE LOU (4:17) (*)

I FOUND A NEW BABY (4:15) (*)

Pete Brown's All Star Quintet Featuring Kenny Kersey

Joe Thomas (tp), Pete Brown (as), Kenny Kersey (p), Milt Hinton (b), J.C. Heard (d)

New York, July 19, 1944

IT ALL DEPENDS ON YOU (4.24)

THAT'S MY WEAKNESS NOW (4:11) (*)

THAT'S MY WEAKNESS NOW (4:06)

IT'S THE TALK OF THE TOWN (4:18) (*)

IT'S THE TALK OF THE TOWN (4:33)

I MAY BE WRONG (4:02)

Red Norvo All Star Sextet

Aaron Sachs (cl), Teddy Wllson (p), Red Norvo (vib), Remo Palmieri (g), Slam Stewart (b), Eddie Dell (d)

New York, July 27, 1944

SUBTLE SEXTOLOGY (3.44)

BLUES A LA RED (4:13) (*)

BLUES A LA RED (3:58)

THE MAN I LOVE (4:13)

SEVEN COME ELEVEN (4:05) (*)

SEVEN COME ELEVEN (4:06)

Billy Taylor's Big Eight

Emmett Berry (tp), Vernon Brown (tb), Johnny Hodges (as), Harry Carney (bs, bcl), Johnny Guarnieri (p), Brick Fleagle (g, an), Billy Taylor (b), Cozy Cole (d)

New York, August 1, 1944

PASSIN' ME BY (2:53)

CARNEY-VAL IN RHYTHM (2:41) (*)

CARNEY-VAL IN RHYTHM (2:40)

SAM-PAN (2:40) (*)

SAM-PAN (2:38) (*)

NIGHT WIND (3:08) (*)

NIGHT WIND (3:03)

Jonah Jones And His Orchestra

Jonah Jones (tp), Tyree Glenn (tb, vib), Hilton Jefferson (as), Buster Harding (p, arr), Milt Hinton (b), J.C. Heard (d)

New York, September 20, 1944

LUST FOR LICKS (2:28)

JUST LIKE A BUTTERFLY (3:02)

BH BOOGIE (2:35) (*)

TWELFTH STREET RAG (3:06) (*)

TWELFTH STREET RAG (3:02) (*)

George Hartman And His Orchestra Featuring Frank Froeba

George Hartman (tp), Vernon Brown (tb), Leonard "Bujie" Centobie (cl), Frank Froeba (p), Jack Lesberg (b), George Wettling (d)

New York, September 27, 1944

HINDUSTAN (2:48)

ALWAYS (2:57)

DARKTOWN STRUTTERS BALL (2:08)

ANGRY (3:02)

Red Norvo's All Star Septet

Joe Thomas (tp), Vic Dickenson (tb), Hank D'Amico (cl), Teddy Wilson (p), Red Norvo (vib, xylophone-1), Slam Stewart (b), Specs Powell (d), Johnny Thompson (arr)

New York, October 10, 1944

RUSSIAN LULLABY (4:39) (-1) (*)

RUSSIAN LULLABY (4:37) (-1)

I GOT RHYTHM (3:44) (*)

I GOT RHYTHM (3:54) (*)

I GOT RHYTHM (4:07)

SING SOMETHING SIMPLE (3:43) (-1) (*)

SING SOMETHING SIMPLE (3:34) (-1) (*)

SING SOMETHING SIMPLE (3:37) (-1)

Coleman Hawkins Quintet

Buck Clayton (tp), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Teddy Wilson (p), Slam Stewart (b), Denzil Best (d)

New York, October 17, 1944

I'M YOURS (3:22) (*)

I'M YOURS (3:14) (*)

I'M YOURS (3:30)

UNDER A BLANKET OF BLUE (3:10) (*)

BEYOND THE BLUE HORIZON (3:00) (*)

BEYOND THE BLUES HORIZON (2:58)

BEYOND THE BLUE HORIZON (2:55)

A SHANTY IN OLD SHANTY TOWN (2:53) (*)

A SHANTY IN OLD SHANTY TOWN (2:44) (*)

A SHANTY IN OLD SHANTY TOWN (2:58)

Charlie Shavers’ All American Five

Charlie Shavers (tp), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Teddy Wilson (p), Billy Taylor (b), Denzil Best (d)

New York, October 18, 1944

MY MAN (3:23) (*)

MY MAN (3:16)

EL SALON DE GUTBUCKET (2:59)

EL SALON DE GUTBUCKET (2:55) (*)

EMBRACEABLE YOU (3:04)

UNDECIDED (3:01) (*)

UNDECIDED (3:05) (*)

UNDECIDED (2:54) (*)

George Wettling’s New Yorkers

Joe Thomas (tp), Jack Teagarden (tb, voc-1), Hank D’Amico (cl), Coleman Hawkins (ts), Herman Chittison (p), Billy Taylor (b), George Wettling (d)

New York, December 12, 1944

HOME (3:35)

HOME (3:47)

TOO MARVELLOUS FOR WORDS (3:12) (*)

TOO MARVELLOUS FOR WORDS (3:46) (*)

TOO MARVELLOUS FOR WORDS (4:06)

YOU BROUGHT A NEW KIND OF LOVE (3:08)

YOU BROUGHT A NEW KIND OF LOVE (3:57)

SOMEBODY LOVES ME (3:48)

Cozy Cole and His Orchestra

Shorty Rogers (tp), Vernon Brown (tb), Aaron Sachs (cl), Don Byas (ts), Bill Rowland (p), Billy Taylor (b), Cozy Cole (d)

New York, February 2, 1945

LOVER COME BACK TO ME (2:43)

SMILES (2:48) (*)

ALL OF ME (2:44) (*)

THEY DIDN’T BELIEVE ME (2:49)

Barney Bigard Quintet

Joe Thomas (tp), Barney Bigard (cl), Johnny Guarnieri (p), Billy Taylor (b), Cozy Cole (d)

New York, February 5, 1945

ROSE ROOM (3:12)

BOJANGLES (2:52)

COQUETTE (2:45)

BOROBUDOR (2:42)

Willie Smith and His Orchestra

Billy May (tp, arr), Murray McEachern (tb), Willie Smith (as), Arnold Ross (p), Les Paul (g), Ed Mihelich (b), Nick Fatool (d)

Los Angeles, May 2, 1945

SEPTEMBER IN THE RAIN (3:02)

YOU OUGHT TO BE IN PICTURES (2:35)

MOTEN SWING (3:21) (*)

MOTEN SWING (2:56)

WILLIE WEEP FOR ME (2:58)

Corky Corcoran and His Orchestra Featuring Emmett Berry

Emmett Berry (tp), Willie Smith (as), Corky Corcoran (ts), Dodo Marmarosa (p), Allan Reuss (g), Ed Michelich (b), Nick Fatool (d), Johnny Thompson (arr)

Los Angeles, May 15, 1945

WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE (2:54)

MINOR BLUES (3:10)

YOU KNOW IT (2:49) (*)

YOU KNOW IT (2:33)

LULLABY OF THE LEAVES (3:01)

Chubby Jackson and His Orchestra

Howard McGhee (tp), Bill Harris (tb), Flip Phillips (ts), Ralph Phillips (p), Billy Bauer (g), Chubby Jackson (b), Dave Tough (d)

New York, January 10, 1945

NORTHWEST PASSAGE (2:49)

CRYIN’ SANDS (3:05)

Bill Harris and His Sextet

Pete Candoli (tp), Bill Harris (tb), Flip Phillips (ts), Ralph Burns (p), Billy Bauer (g), Chubby Jackson (b), Alvin Burroughs (d)

Chicago, April 5, 1945

CROSS COUNTRY (2:54)

CHARACTERISTICALLY BH (3:01)

MEAN TO ME (3:23)

SHE’S FUNNY THAT WAY (3:18)

Milt Hinton and His Orchestra

Jonah Jones (tp), Tyree Glenn (tb, vib-1), Al Gibson (cl), Dave Rivera (p), Milt Hinton (b), J.C. Heard (d)

New York, July 6, 1945

BROADWAY HOLDOVER (2:30) (*)

BASS PANDEMONIUM (2:57) (-1) (*)

EVERYWHERE (3:05)

BEEFSTEAK CHARLIE (2:28)

J.C. Heard Quintet

Buck Clayton (tp), Flip Phillips (ts), Johnny Guarnieri (p), Milt Hinton (b), J.C. Heard (d)

New York, August 17, 1945

WHY DO I LOVE YOU (2:37) (*)

WHY DO I LOVE YOU (2:33)

ALL MY LIFE (2:57)

GROOVIN’ WITH JC (3.15)

WHAT’S THE USE (3:12)

Irving Fazola’s Dixielanders

Tony Dalmado (tp), Julian Lane (tb), Irving Fazola (cl), Steve Giarratano (ts), Pete Laudemann (p), Bunny Franks (b), Charlie Duke (d)

New Orleans, October 19 and 24, 1945

SOMEDAY SWEETHEART (3:02)

ISLE OF CAPRI (3:07)

WHEN YOUR LOVER HAS GONE (2:41)

WITH YOU, ANYWHERE YOU ARE (2:53)

SWEET LORRAINE (3:03)

MOSTLY FAZ (3:14)

CLARINET MARMELADE (2:49)

JAZZ ME BLUES (3:01)

Bud Freeman and His Orchestra

Billy Butterfield (tp), Vernon Brown (tb), Ernie Caceres (cl), Bud Freeman (ts), Gene Schroeder (p), Carl Kress (g), Bob Haggart (b), George Wettling (d)

New York, November 15, 1945

TOWN HALL BLUES (2:24) (*)

TOWN HALL BLUES (3:12)

Bud Freeman’s All Star Orchestra

Bud Freeman (ts), Joe Sullivan (p), Carmen Mastren (g), Sid Weiss (b), George Wettling (d), Peanuts Hucko (cl-1), Wild Bill Davison (cor-2)

New York, December 5, 1945

TEA FOR TWO (2:50)

HONEYSUCKLE ROSE (2:48) (-1)

ROOM WITH A VIEW (3:16)

YOU TOOK ADVANTAGE OF ME (2:50) (-2)

SENTIMENTAL BABY (2:54) (-1,2)

YOU’RE MY EVERYTHING (2:54) (-1,2)

Bud Freeman’s All Star Orchestra

Charlie Shavers (tp), Vernon Brown (tb), Edmond Hall (cl), Bud Freeman (ts), Joe Sullivan (p), Carmen Mastren (g), Sid Weiss (b), George Wettling (d)

New York, December 5, 1945

BLUE ROOM (2:57)

TIME ON MY HANDS (3:08)

I FOUND A NEW BABY (2:54)

ROYAL GARDEN BLUES (2:43)

MIDNITE AT EDDIE CONDON’S (2:52)

INSIDE ON THE SOUTHSIDE (2:43)

Jonah Jones and His Orchestra

Jonah Jones (tp), Hilton Jefferson (as), Joe Thomas (ts), Buster Harding (p), Milt Hinton (b), J.C. Heard (d)

New York, c. August, 1945

POOR JOHN (2:29) (*)

TRUMPET INTERLUDE (3:20)

LITTLE SIR ECHO (2:51) (*)

EXACTLY LIKE YOU (2:55) (*)

Chubby Jackson’s Rhythm

Tony Aless (p), Billy Bauer (g), Chubby Jackson, Arnold Fishkin (b), Shelly Manne (d)

New York, November 29, 1945

HEAD QUARTERS (2:53)

HEAD HUNTERS (2:41) (*)

HEAD HUNTERS (2:40)

SAM’S CARAVAN (3:07)

TWO HEADS ARE BETTER THAN ONE (3:42) (*)

TWO HEADS ARE BETTER THAN ONE (2:46)

Ted Nash Quintet

Joe Thomas (tp), Ted Nash (ts), Geoff Clarkson (p), Trigger Alpert (b), J.C. Heard (d)

New York, November 29, 1945

THE GIRL IN MY DREAMS (3:16)

A POCKETFUL OF DREAMS (2:58)

ON THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET (2:43)

WICK’S KICKS (2:45)

The Keynoters

Willie Smith (as), Nat King Cole (p), Red Callender (b), Jackie Mills (d)

Los Angeles, February 16, 1946

I CAN’T BELIEVE THAT YOU’RE IN LOVE WITH ME (3:15) (*)

I CAN’T BELIEVE THAT YOU’RE IN LOVE WITH ME (3:01)

THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT (3:08) (*)

THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT (3:08)

AIRNESS A LA NAT (2:36) (*)

AIRNESS A LA NAT (2:33)

MY OLD FLAME (3:00)

Babe Russin Quartet

Babe Russin (ts), Arnold Ross (p), Red Callender (b), Jackie Mills (d)

Los Angeles, February 20, 1946

LIKE SOMEONE IN LOVE (2:59)

ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE (2:44)

I HEARD YOU CRY LAST NIGHT (2:50) (*)

ZING WENT THE STRINGS OF MY HEART (2:56) (*)

Manny Klein All Stars

Manny Klein (tp), Babe Russin (ts), Skitch Henderson (p), George Van Eps (g), Artie Shapiro (b), Jackie Mills (d)

Los Angeles, February 22, 1946

GIVE ME SOMETHING TO REMEMBER YOU BY (3:03) (*)

AFTER YOU’VE GONE (2:35) (*)

BEI MIR BIST DU SCHÖN (2:36)

AT SUNDOWN (3:13)

Babe Russin Quintet

Babe Russin (ts), Tommy Todd (p), Al Hendrickson (g), Jud De Naut (b), Jackie Mills (d)

Los Angeles, March 8, 1946

EASY TO LOVE (2:44)

5054 WHITSETT (2:41)

Herbie Haymer’s Orchestra

Clyde Hurley (tp), Heinie Beau (cl), Herbie Haymer (ts), Tommy Todd (p), Dave Barbour (g), Phil Stephens (b), Nick Fatool (d)

Los Angeles, March 30, 1946

I SAW STARS (3:08)

SWEET AND LOVELY (2:56)

CHINA BOY (3:00)

Clyde Hurley and His Orchestra

Clyde Hurley (tp), Babe Russin (ts), Murray McEachern (as), Tommy Todd (p), Dave Barbour (g), Artie Bernstein (b), Nick Fatool (d)

Los Angeles, April 3, 1946

I’VE GOT A FEELING I’M FALLING (2:54) (*)

DANCING ON THE CEILING (3:06) (*)

OUT OF NOWHERE (2:55)

ON THE TRAIL (2:55)

Arnold Ross Quintet

Benny Carter (as), Arnold Ross (p), Allan Reuss (g), Artie Bernstein (b), Nick Fatool (d)

Los Angeles, April 1946

THE MOON IS LOW (3:32) (**)

THE MOON IS LOW (3:14) (*)

THE MOON IS LOW (2:49)

STAIRWAY TO THE STARS (3:07)

BYE BYE BLUES (3:10) (**)

BYE BYE BLUES (2:45) (**)

BYE BYE BLUES (2:47)

I DON’T KNOW WHY I LOVE YOU LIKE I DO (3:05)

Juan Tizol and His Orchestra

Dick Cathcart (tp), Juan Tizol (vtb), Willie Smith (as), Babe Russin (ts), Arnold Ross (p), Irving Ashby (g), Ed Mihelich (b), Nick Fatool (d)

Los Angeles, April 7, 1946

KEB-LAH (3:03)

THE SPHINX (3:04)

ZANZIBAR (3:03)

YOU CAN’T HAVE YOUR CAKE AND EAT IT (2:38)

Benny Carter Quintet

Benny Carter (as), Sonny White (p), unknown (g), (b), (d)

Los Angeles, April 22, 1946

MOONGLOW (3:26) (**)

MOONGLOW (2:51) (*)

MOONGLOW (2:53) (**)

GIVE ME SOMETHING TO REMEMBER YOU BY (2:57) (**)

GIVE ME SOMETHING TO REMEMBER YOU BY (2:47) (*)

LADY BE GOOD (2:33) (**)

LADY BE GOOD (3:00) (**)

LADY BE GOOD (2:38) (*)

DEEP PURPLE (3:59) (**)

DEEP PURPLE (3:07) (**)

DEEP PURPLE (3:11) (*)

Marie Bryant

Marie Bryant (voc), with the Midtowners (voc-group), Peanuts Hucko (cl), Bernie Leighton (p), Hy White (g), Trigger Alpert (b), J.C. Heard (d)

New York, April 29, 1946

BLUE SKIES (2:51)

ICE CREAM BRICK (2:58)

Ann Hathaway with Ellis Larkins and His Orchestra

Ann Hathaway (voc), with Irving “Mouse” Randolph (tp), Henderson Chambers (tb), Edmond Hall (cl), Ellis Larkins (p), Eugene Fields (g), Al Hall (b), Jimmy Crawford (d)

New York, June 20, 1946

COME RAIN OR COME SHINE (3:02)

BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA (2:55)

Gene Sedric and His Orchestra

Lincoln Mills (tp), Gene Sedric (cl, ts, voc-1), Freddie Jefferson (p), Al Casey (g), Danny Settle (b), Slick Jones (d, voc-1)

New York, December 11, 1946

TEASIN’ (2:58)

T-I-L-L-I-E (2:58)

I CAN’T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE (2:43)

I GOT RHYTHM (2:20) (-1) (*)

I GOT RHYTHM (2:40) (-1) (*)

Bernie Leighton Quintet

Peanuts Hucko (cl), Bernie Leighton (p), Hy White (g), Trigger Alpert (b), J.C. Heard (d)

New York, April 29, 1946

WAITING FOR LEIGHTON (2:28)

Bernie Leigthon Quartet

Bernie Leighton (p), Hy White (g), Trigger Alpert (b), Dave Tough (d)

New York, August 9, 1946

BEYOND THE MOON (2:33)

HAVE YOU MET MISS JONES (2:55)

I SEE YOUR FACE BEFORE ME (3:02)

MOTEN SWING (2:54)

THINGS ARE LOOKING UP (3:04)

Joe Thomas and His Orchestra

Joe Thomas (tp), Tyree Glenn (tb), Hilton Jefferson (as), Jerry Jerome (ts), Bernie Leighton (p), Hy White (g), Billy Taylor (b), Lee Abrams[son] (d)

New York, August 16, 1946

YOU CAN DEPEND ON ME (3:01)

SHE DIDN’T SAY YES (3:02)

BLACK BUTTERFLY (3:02)

POCATELLO (2:45)

George Barnes Sextet

Boyd Rolando (ts), Frank Rullo (vib), George Barnes (el-g), Ernie (Earl) Backus (g), Mike Rubin (b), Dick Balridge (d)

Chicago, September 20 and 23, 1946

WINDY CITY FLASH (2:34)

BARNES AT DUBLIN’S (2:39)

LAUGHING AT LIFE (3:04)

BLUE LOU (2:54)

QUIET, THE GIBSON’S AT WORK (2:58)

PINK ELEPHANTS (2:36)

LOVER COME BACK TO ME (2:48)

WHAT’S THE USE (2:23)

Danny Hurd Orchestra

Louis Mucci (tp), Bob Jenney (tb), Bob Walters (cl, as), Dave Mathews (ts), Danny Hurd (p, arr), Barry Galbraith (g), Al Hall (b), Dave Tough (d)

New York, October 15, 1946

AVAILABLE JONES (3:01) (*)

YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM (3:02)

LONG AGO AND FAR AWAY (2:55) (*)

DREAMY AFTERNOON (2:47)

Bill Harris and His New Music

Bill Harris (vtb), John LaPorta, Salvatore Delegge (cl), Ted Wheeler (fl), Ralph Burns (p, arr), Mickey Folus (bcl), George Barnes (g), Chubby Jackson (b), Barrett Deems (d)

Chicago, May 6, 1946

EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME (3:07)

FRUSTRATION (2:49) (*)

FRUSTRATION (2:54)

Dave Lambert and Buddy Stewart with Red Rodney’s Be-Boppers

Dave Lambert, Buddy Stewart (voc), Red Rodney (tp), Al Haig (p), Curly Russell (b), Stan Levey (d), Neal Hefti (arr)

New York, November 23, 1946

A CENT AND A HALF (2:54)

PERDIDO (3:04) (*)

PERDIDO (3:02)

CHARGE ACCOUNT (2:45)

CHARGE ACCOUNT (2:38) (*)

GUSSIE G (2:56) (*)

GUSSIE G (2:49)

Neal Hefti and His Orchestra

Neal Hefti (tp, arr), Kai Winding (tb), Charlie Ventura (ts), Tony Aless (p), Billy Bauer (g), Chubby Jackson (b), Alvin Stoller (d), Frances Wayne (voc-1)

New York, December 18, 1946

SIBONEY (2:43) (-1) (*)

MAD ABOUT THE BOY (3:06) (-1) (*)

I WOKE UP DIZZY (3:27) (*)

I WOKE UP DIZZY (3:02)

SLOPPY JOE’S (3:08) (*)

SLOPPY JOE’S (2:49)

Red Rodney’s Be-Boppers

Red Rodney (tp), Allen Eager (ts), Serge Chaloff (bari), Al Haig (p), Chubby Jackson (b), Tiny Kahn (d)

New York, January 29, 1947

ALL GOD’S CHILLUN GOT RHYTHM (2:51) (*)

ALL GOD’S CHILLUN GOT RHYTHM (2:48)

ELEVATION (2:56)

FINE AND DANDY (2:43) (*)

FINE AND DANDY (2:40)

THE GOOF AND I (3:07) (*)

THE GOOF AND I (2:59)

Lennie Tristano Trio

Lennie Tristano (p), Billy Bauer (g), Clyde Lombardi (b)

New York, October 8, 1946

OUT ON A LIMB (2:42) (*)

OUT ON A LIMB (2:53)

OUT ON A LIMB (2:44)

I CAN’T GET STARTED WITH YOU (3:01) (*)

I CAN’T GET STARTED WITH YOU (2:59)

I SURRENDER DEAR (2:36) (*)

I SURRENDER DEAR (2:21) (*)

I SURRENDER DEAR (3:10)

UNTITLED BLUES (3:50) (*)

INTERLUDE (3:08)

INTERLUDE (2:36) (*)

INTERLUDE (3:03) (*)

INTERLUDE (2:58) (*)

INTERLUDE (1:44) (*)

INTERLUDE (3:05) (*)

Lennie Tristano Trio

Lennie Tristano (p), Billy Bauer (g), Bob Leininger (b)

New York, May 23, 1947

BLUE BOY (2:52)

ATONEMENT (2:33)

COOLIN’ OFF WITH ULANOV (2:51)

COOLIN’ OFF WITH ULANOV (2:32) (*)

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YES! Thanks, King Ubu. Sorry, I haven't had a chance to post until now but I really appreciate this!

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Yes, a very handy reference listing of one of the key jazz labels.

So it took 21 LP's to release all this in one collection? (cf. the Japanese Keynote box)

Somehow I had figured there was more music, though I probably underestimated the number of alternates.

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I don't know if this really is all - I got a PDF somewhere (too large to upload) for 15 CDs with all of the music except for the Carter alternates marked with two asterisks (**). I typed up all of this info some time ago, glad to share it here.

Of course it's missing release info, so it's more of a sessionography, I assume... and I hope there aren't too many typos in there!

If you know of additional alternates or discs that contained more than the box (as is the case with the Carter CD), let me know and I'll change the first post!

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I don't know if this really is all - I got a PDF somewhere (too large to upload) for 15 CDs with all of the music except for the Carter alternates marked with two asterisks (**). I typed up all of this info some time ago, glad to share it here.

Of course it's missing release info, so it's more of a sessionography, I assume... and I hope there aren't too many typos in there!

If you know of additional alternates or discs that contained more than the box (as is the case with the Carter CD), let me know and I'll change the first post!

Seems to me like Mosaic was going to release a complete Keynote box, but got caught up legal issues, right? Too bad they didn't!

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Thanks for posting this king ubu. One correction tho. Edmund Hall, Charlie Shavers and Vernon Brown were also on this date.

Bud Freeman’s All Star Orchestra

Bud Freeman (ts), Joe Sullivan (p), Carmen Mastren (g), Sid Weiss (b), George Wettling (d)

New York, December 5, 1945

BLUE ROOM (2:57)

TIME ON MY HANDS (3:08)

I FOUND A NEW BABY (2:54)

ROYAL GARDEN BLUES (2:43)

MIDNITE AT EDDIE CONDON’S (2:52)

INSIDE ON THE SOUTHSIDE (2:43)

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A correction to your correction: It's Edmond Hall (not Edmund).

Thanks for posting this king ubu. One correction tho. Edmund Hall, Charlie Shavers and Vernon Brown were also on this date.

Bud Freeman’s All Star Orchestra

Bud Freeman (ts), Joe Sullivan (p), Carmen Mastren (g), Sid Weiss (b), George Wettling (d)

New York, December 5, 1945

BLUE ROOM (2:57)

TIME ON MY HANDS (3:08)

I FOUND A NEW BABY (2:54)

ROYAL GARDEN BLUES (2:43)

MIDNITE AT EDDIE CONDON’S (2:52)

INSIDE ON THE SOUTHSIDE (2:43)

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Thanks Harold - corrected!

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King Ubu:

A few more corrections or additions to your listing for one of my favorite labels:

(1) First, the billing for the January 31, 1944 date should be "Coleman Hawkins Quintet Featuring Teddy Wilson" (not "Coleman Hawkins Quintet").

(2) Next, the following listing is wrong with respect to recording date and personnel:

Cozy Cole All Stars

Roy Eldridge (tp), Coleman Hawklns (ts), Teddy Wilson (p), Billy Taylor (b), Cozy Cole (d)

New York, January 31, 1944

JUST ONE MORE CHANCE (5:04) (*)

JUST ONE MORE CHANCE (4:51)

THRU' FOR THE NIGHT (4:46) (*)

THRU' FOR THE NIGHT (4:42)

Those sides were recorded by the Cozy Cole All Stars at the same February 22, 1944 date at which "Blue Moon" and "Father Cooperates" were recorded.

(3) For the Kansas City Seven date from March 22, 1944, it's Freddie Green (not Freddy Green) on guitar.

Dickie Wells and Buck Clayton are not present on "Lester Leaps In."

(4) For the Rex Stewart's Big Eight session from June 5, 1944, add the annotations that Carney plays bass clarinet on "The Little Goose" and on "Swamp Mist" and that Tab Smith plays clarinet on "Swamp Mist." Note also that this session was originally issued on HRS.

(5) A real minor one here: On the August 1, 1944 Billy Taylor's Big Eight session, Brick Fleagle should be "(g, arr)" instead of "(g, an)"

(6) On the October 17, 1944 Coleman Hawkins Quintet session, remove the asterisk (*) after "Under A Blanket of Blue." That side was issued on Keynote.

(7) On the December 12, 1944 session by George Wettling's New Yorkers, Jack Teagarden sings on "Home" and on "You Brought A New Kind of Love."

(8) The January 10, 1945 session by Chubby Jackson And His Orchestra appears to be missing. OK, it's there but out of sequence. On that session, the pianist in Ralph Burns, not Ralph Phillips.

(9) On the February 2, 1945 session by Cozy Cole And His Orchestra, an asterisk (*) should be added after "Lover Come Back To Me" since it was previously unissued.

(10) The April 5, 1945 session by Bill Harris And His Septet is out of sequence. The second title recorded is "Characteristically, B.H." (the listing is missing the periods).

(11) A few minor things with the August 17, 1945 session by the J.C. Heard Quintet: (a) missing question mark (?) after "Why Do I Love You" and (b) missing periods in "Groovin' With J.C."

(12) On the October 19, 1945 session by Irving Fazola's Dixielanders, it's "Clarinet Marmalade" (not "Marmelade").

(13) The Chubby Jackson's Rhythm session from November 29, 1945 is out of sequence.

(14) On the first (December 5, 1945) session by Bud Freeman's All Star Orchestra, Peanuts Hucko also plays clarinet on "You Took Advantage Of Me."

(15) The second session by Bud Freeman's All Star Orchestra is from December 10, 1945 (not December 5). The personnel is inaccurate in many respects. I suggest the following as a replacement:

Bud Freeman’s All Star Orchestra

Charlie Shavers (tp), Vernon Brown (tb), Edmond Hall (cl), Bud Freeman (ts), Gene Schroeder (p), Bob Casey (-1) or John Simmons (-2) (b), Dave Tough (d)

New York, December 5, 1945

BLUE ROOM (2:57) (-1), Vernon Brown out

TIME ON MY HANDS (3:08) (-2)

I FOUND A NEW BABY (2:54) (-1)

ROYAL GARDEN BLUES (2:43) (-2)

MIDNITE AT EDDIE CONDON’S (2:52) (-2)

INSIDE ON THE SOUTHSIDE (2:43) (-1)

(16) For the Ted Nash Quintet session on January 25, 1946, you're missing Marie Bryant (vocal) on "A Pocket Full Of Dreams" and "On The Sunny Side Of The Street."

(17) For the February 16, 1946 session by The Keynotes, the correct title of third tune is "Airiness A La Nat"

(18) For the Mannie Klein All Stars session on February 22, 1946, the third tune is "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen"

(19) For the Juan Tizol And His Orchestra session from April 7, 1946, Willie Smith is the vocalist on "You Can't Have Your Cake And Eat It."

(20) The Bernie Leighton Quintet session from April 29, 1946 is out of sequence. It should be moved to immediately follow the Marie Bryant session from the same date. It's the same group without Marie Bryant.

(21) For the Bennie Leighton Quartet session on August 9, 1945, add a question mark (?) after "Have You Met Miss Jones"

(22) The discography from the Keynote box indicates that for the George Barnes sextet sessions, the first four tunes are from September 20, 1946 and the last four from September 23. The correct title of the fifth tune is "Quiet, Two Gibsons At Work"

(23) Dave Lambert And Buddy Stewart With Red Rodney's Be-Boppers: Last tune is Gussie "G" (quotes missing)

(24) On the Gene Sedric Orchestra session (note billing) from December 11, 1946, Sedric and Slick Jones also have vocals of a sort on T-I-L-L-I-E.

Many of the lattter sessions are listed out of sequence.

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Thanks a lot, Jazztrain, much appreciated! I'll clean it all up, but it will need some time... if someone else feels like it, step ahead!

As I said, my source was a PDF of what to me looked like fairly regular CD (jewel case) inlays, with no pics though... they may have been done by someone who like me was just compiling the info (though that someone obviously also had all of that music...), probably to go along with a self-made CDR-transfer of the LP box... I didn't re-group the sessions, just copy/pasted what I got.

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I have Keynote 665:

Bill Darnell (vcl) acc. by Babe Russin (ts) Tommy Todd (p) Al Hendrickson (g) Jud De Naut (b) Jackie Mills

(d), March 8, 1946.

KWC10-5 Let's Fall in Love

KWC11-3 Walkin' My Baby Back Home

Was this really part of the Japanese LP-Box set ?

Either way it's missing here.

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Jaffa:

It's not on the Japanese LP box set.

The discography from the box set lists the session, indicates a recording date of c. 1946, shows that the pairing was issued on Keynote K665, and indicates that the personnel includes Bill Darnell (vo), Babe Russin (ts), and others unknown.

The discography also notes the following:

"Note: Session privately produced by Bill Darnell and subsequently sold to Keynote. Details not known. Even Harry Lim said he never heard K665. These masters never found, nor 78s, therefore not included in this collection."

What is your source of the date of the session?

Can you tell aurally if its from the same March 8, 1946 Babe Russin Quintet session?

Any comments on the music?

The discography from the Japanese box sets includes references to a few other sessions that may be worth noting for completeness:

>>>

HORACE HENDERSON ORCHESTRA: Buck Clayton (t), Eddie Bert (tb), Aaron Sachs, Hank D'Amico (cl), Horace Henderson (p), Hy White (g), Billy Taylor (b), Specs Powell (d). New York, March 16, 1945.

HL86 'Deed I Do Jamboree 908

HL87 Make Love To Me Jamboree 909

HL88 Bunch of Rhythm Jamboree 910

HL89 Smack's Blues Jamboree 910

Note: Session originally produced by Harry Lim for Keynote issue but somehow these masters were sold to Jamboree, therefore not included in this collection.

>>>

My recollection is that one or two of these sides show up in rather poor sound on a Swingtime LP.

Here's another session worth noting:

TEDDY BUNN'S TEDDY BEARS: Peanuts Holland (t), Herbie Haymer (ts), Arnold Ross (t), Charlie Drayton (b), Rollie Culver (d). Los Angeles, May 29, 1946.

Sunday unissued

I Wished On A Moon unissued

After You've Gone unissued

Note: Previous discographies often include this date as unissued. Keynote session but these masters were never found. According to Harry Lim this date was not his session, although it seems to fill the missing HL98, 99, 100 matrixes.

There's also a note regarding the Herbie Haymer's Orchestra session from March 30, 1946 that the missing master HL137, possibly from that date, was never found and that no further details are available.

Yikes, here's still another note. For the November 15, 1946 date by Bud Freeman and His Orchestra, there's a note that the session was produced by the founder of Keynote Records (Eric Bernay). The other masters from the date (KTS01,2,3,5&6) all feature unknown male folk singer. Masters KTS-1 & 4 are the two-part "Town Hall Blues."

I have Keynote 665:

Bill Darnell (vcl) acc. by Babe Russin (ts) Tommy Todd (p) Al Hendrickson (g) Jud De Naut (b) Jackie Mills

(d), March 8, 1946.

KWC10-5 Let's Fall in Love

KWC11-3 Walkin' My Baby Back Home

Was this really part of the Japanese LP-Box set ?

Either way it's missing here.

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There's still one more item worth noting that is not on the Japanese LP box set. From the Coleman Hawkins Quartet session on February 17, 1944 there's an alternate take of Cattin' At The Keynote."

The alternate was included on "Jazz Potpourri Volume Three 20 Collector Items 1933-1947)" (Meritt 25). The insert notes to the LP provide the following information and credit the late Bob Hilbert as the source:

"This alternate take was discovered after the "complete" Keynote boxed set was issued in Japan. Copies of this take have been found on Keynote K612, the only visual difference being that the regular take has the matrix number as HL 15, with a "6" written over the 5. The alternate take, re-issued here for the first time, shows the correct matrix number, HL 16, in the wax. Of course, there are many audible differences in the performances, beginning with the introductory breaks between Wilson's brilliant piano and Hawkins' hot sax. Hawkins (sic) solo on this take is even more propulsive than on the common one. (Bob Hilbert)"

As a final note, the insert notes date the session as July 23, 1944. Other sources provide a recording date of February 22, 1944. The matrix numbers are consistent with the February date.

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Jaffa:

It's not on the Japanese LP box set.

The discography from the box set lists the session, indicates a recording date of c. 1946, shows that the pairing was issued on Keynote K665, and indicates that the personnel includes Bill Darnell (vo), Babe Russin (ts), and others unknown.

The discography also notes the following:

"Note: Session privately produced by Bill Darnell and subsequently sold to Keynote. Details not known. Even Harry Lim said he never heard K665. These masters never found, nor 78s, therefore not included in this collection."

What is your source of the date of the session?

Can you tell aurally if its from the same March 8, 1946 Babe Russin Quintet session?

Any comments on the music?

Jazztrain,

That's very interesting ! Thanks for you great info which is new to me because I don't have the Japanese Box-Set. Musically, Keynote K665 is very nice. Carefree singing, great band.

The info I have is from Bruynckx; under Russin he gives:

Babe Russin (ts) Tommy Todd (p) Al Hendrickson (g) Jud DeNaut (b) Jackie Mills (d) Bill Darnell (vcl)

Los Angeles, March 8, 1946

HL134 Easy to love (*) EmArcy EP1-6126, MG36023, Trip TLP

5527

HL135 5054 Whissett (*) Keynote 654, EmArcy EP1-6042, MG

26026, Merc 1097, MG20016

KWC10-5 Let's fall in love (bd vcl) Keynote 665

KWC11-3 Walkin' my baby back home (bd cl) -

Note : (*) Also on Keynote (Jap)18PJ1051/71 and EmArcy (Jap)830121.

Under Bill Darnell the disco mentions:

Bill Darnell (vcl) acc. by Babe Russin (ts) Tommy Todd (p) Al Hendrickson (g) Jud De Naut (b) Jackie Mills

(d)

Los Angeles, Ca., March 8, 1946

KWC10-5 Let's fall in love Keynote 665

KWC11-3 Walkin' my baby back home -

Note : Both titles also on Nippon/Fonogram (Jap)18PJ1051/71 and EmArcy (Jap)830121, both 21-LP boxes

entitled "The complete Keynote collection".

Once it's part of the box and then again it's not - that's what made me ask.

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Does anyone have an educated guess on the identity of the guitarist on this Benny Carter session?

Very much a Charlie Christian acolyte... Maybe Mary Osborne?

Benny Carter Quintet

Benny Carter (as), Sonny White (p), unknown (g), (b), (d)

Los Angeles, April 22, 1946

MOONGLOW (3:26) (**)

MOONGLOW (2:51) (*)

MOONGLOW (2:53) (**)

GIVE ME SOMETHING TO REMEMBER YOU BY (2:57) (**)

GIVE ME SOMETHING TO REMEMBER YOU BY (2:47) (*)

LADY BE GOOD (2:33) (**)

LADY BE GOOD (3:00) (**)

LADY BE GOOD (2:38) (*)

DEEP PURPLE (3:59) (**)

DEEP PURPLE (3:07) (**)

DEEP PURPLE (3:11) (*)

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Does anyone have an educated guess on the identity of the guitarist on this Benny Carter session?

Very much a Charlie Christian acolyte... Maybe Mary Osborne?

Benny Carter Quintet

Benny Carter (as), Sonny White (p), unknown (g), (b), (d)

Los Angeles, April 22, 1946

MOONGLOW (3:26) (**)

MOONGLOW (2:51) (*)

MOONGLOW (2:53) (**)

GIVE ME SOMETHING TO REMEMBER YOU BY (2:57) (**)

GIVE ME SOMETHING TO REMEMBER YOU BY (2:47) (*)

LADY BE GOOD (2:33) (**)

LADY BE GOOD (3:00) (**)

LADY BE GOOD (2:38) (*)

DEEP PURPLE (3:59) (**)

DEEP PURPLE (3:07) (**)

DEEP PURPLE (3:11) (*)

I'm listening to these sides as I type. I'll bet it's George Barnes.

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Irving Ashby would be my first guess.

A quick check of a discography shows sessions by Carter's big band, on either side of the Keynote date, with the following rhythm section: Sonny White (p) James Cannady (g) Thomas Moultrie (b) Percy Brice (d).

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It doesn't sound much like George Barnes at all to me. He was based in Chicago at the time, so it seems unlikely to be him.

Here's what Dan Morgenstern writes in the notes to the CD:

"One would like to know the identity of the well-featured guitarist; used by Lim for surrounding sessions were Dave Barbour and Irving Ashby, but this man sounds like neither. Barney Kessel has been suggested, but that doesn't ring a bell; another possibility is Ulysses Livingston, then with Carter."

Livingston is definitely a possibility. Interestingly, however, Morroe Berger's "Benny Carter, A Life in American Music" shows one James Cannady on guitar with Carter around that time, with Livingston present earlier (up to late 1943 and perhaps into part of 1944). Anyone have any idea what Cannady sounds like?

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Irving Ashby would be my first guess.

A quick check of a discography shows sessions by Carter's big band, on either side of the Keynote date, with the following rhythm section: Sonny White (p) James Cannady (g) Thomas Moultrie (b) Percy Brice (d).

I'll bet you it was Cannady. I've heard him on record once, and he sounded a lot like Charlie. I think he may have briefly replaced Christian in Goodman's band.

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Any idea of where you heard Cannady? He doesn't show up in the index of Connor's BG discography, so it doesn't appear that he recorded with Goodman.

Irving Ashby would be my first guess.

A quick check of a discography shows sessions by Carter's big band, on either side of the Keynote date, with the following rhythm section: Sonny White (p) James Cannady (g) Thomas Moultrie (b) Percy Brice (d).

I'll bet you it was Cannady. I've heard him on record once, and he sounded a lot like Charlie. I think he may have briefly replaced Christian in Goodman's band.

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Any idea of where you heard Cannady? He doesn't show up in the index of Connor's BG discography, so it doesn't appear that he recorded with Goodman.

Irving Ashby would be my first guess.

A quick check of a discography shows sessions by Carter's big band, on either side of the Keynote date, with the following rhythm section: Sonny White (p) James Cannady (g) Thomas Moultrie (b) Percy Brice (d).

I'll bet you it was Cannady. I've heard him on record once, and he sounded a lot like Charlie. I think he may have briefly replaced Christian in Goodman's band.

You're really giving my memory a workout. He may appear on the recordings Jerry Newman did of Roy Eldridge; the old Xanadu issue.

edit: I tried to confirm with Google but couldn't.

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A quick search of Bruyninckx found this session which ties into the Carter date in question:

Kay Starr (vcl) acc by Benny Carter's "Little Jazz Pills" : Benny Carter (tp) Bumps Meyers (ts) Sonny White

(p) James Cannady (g) Thomas Moultrie (b) Percy Brice (d)

AFRS Jubilee Show, Hollywood, c. early April 1946

JDB171 He's funny that way V-Disc 803, Dan (Jap)VC-5017, Jasmine (E)337/38 (CD)

On the sunny side of the street (unissued)

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A quick search of Bruyninckx found this session which ties into the Carter date in question:

Kay Starr (vcl) acc by Benny Carter's "Little Jazz Pills" : Benny Carter (tp) Bumps Meyers (ts) Sonny White

(p) James Cannady (g) Thomas Moultrie (b) Percy Brice (d)

AFRS Jubilee Show, Hollywood, c. early April 1946

JDB171 He's funny that way V-Disc 803, Dan (Jap)VC-5017, Jasmine (E)337/38 (CD)

On the sunny side of the street (unissued)

Little Jazz Pills? :excited: I could use a vial of those!

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Little Jazz Pills? :excited: I could use a vial of those!

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