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Singer: Various
Album title: Ragtime To Jazz 1 -- 1912-1919
Released: 1997
Style: Ragtime, Early
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.8 ✦
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1 Roy Spangler Red Onion Rag
Piano – Roy Spangler
2 Mike Bernard Maori - A Samoan Dance
Piano – Mike Bernard
3 Mike Bernard 1915 Rag
Piano – Mike Bernard
4 Europe's Society Orchestra Too Much Mustard
Clarinet – Edgar Campbell Directed By – James Reese EuropeDrums – Buddie Gilmore*Mandolin Banjo [banjo-mandolin], Mandolin Banjo [2nd banjo-mandolin], Mandolin Banjo [3rd banjo-mandolin], Mandolin Banjo [4th banjo-mandolin], Mandolin Banjo [5th banjo-mandolin] – Unknown ArtistPiano – Ford Dabney, Leonard SmithTrumpet – Crickett Smith*Violin – George Smith*, Tracy Cooper , Walter Scott
5 Europe's Society Orchestra Down Home Rag
Clarinet – Edgar Campbell Directed By – James Reese EuropeDrums – Buddie Gilmore*Mandolin Banjo [banjo-mandolin], Mandolin Banjo [2nd banjo-mandolin], Mandolin Banjo [3rd banjo-mandolin], Mandolin Banjo [4th banjo-mandolin], Mandolin Banjo [5th banjo-mandolin] – Unknown ArtistPiano – Ford Dabney, Leonard SmithTrumpet – Crickett Smith*Violin – George Smith*, Tracy Cooper , Walter Scott
6 The Versatile Four Down Home Rag
Drums – Charlie Johnson*Mandolin Banjo [banjo-mandolin] – Gus Haston, Tony Tuck Piano – Charlie Mills Vocals – The Versatile Four
7 Wilbur C. Sweatman* Accompanied By Emerson String Trio Down Home Rag
Clarinet – Wilbur C. Sweatman*Piano – Malvin FranklinSaxophone [C-melody saxophone, possibly] – Nathan GlantzViolin – Unknown Artist
8 Original Dixieland Jass Band* Darktown Strutters' Ball
Clarinet – Larry ShieldsCornet – Nick LaRoccaDrums – Tony SbarbaroPiano – Henry RagasTrombone – Eddie Edwards
9 Original Dixieland Jass Band* Indiana
Clarinet – Larry ShieldsCornet – Nick LaRoccaDrums – Tony SbarbaroPiano – Henry RagasTrombone – Eddie Edwards
10 Wilbur Sweatman And His Jass Band Joe Turner Blues
Alto Saxophone – Clarence 'Piccolo' Jones, Vess WilliamsBaritone Saxophone – Charlie ThorpesBass Saxophone – Frank Withers*Clarinet, Leader – Wilbur SweatmanTenor Saxophone – Henry Minton
11 Wilbur Sweatman And His Jass Band A Bag Of Rags
Alto Saxophone – Clarence 'Piccolo' Jones, Vess WilliamsBaritone Saxophone – Charlie ThorpesBass Saxophone – Frank Withers*Clarinet, Leader – Wilbur SweatmanTenor Saxophone – Henry Minton
12 Frisco 'Jass' Band* Johnson 'Jass' Blues
Banjo, Drums – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Rudy WiedoeftPiano – Arnold JohnsonTrombone – Buster JohnsonViolin – Marco Woolf
13 Earl Fuller's Famous Jazz Band Slippery Hank
Clarinet – Ted LewisDrums – John Lucas Leader – Earl FullerPiano – Ernie CuttingTrombone – Harry RadermanTrumpet – Walter Kahn
14 Friscoe 'Jazz' Band* Night-Time In Little Italy
Banjo, Drums – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Rudy WiedoeftPiano – Arnold JohnsonTrombone – Buster JohnsonViolin – Marco Woolf
15 Earl Fuller’s Rector Novelty Orchestra Pork And Beans
Alto Saxophone – Bill ScottiDrums – Paul Farmer Piano – Babe FullerViolin – Frank Copie, Jack Harris , Phil BardiViolin, Leader – Nat Harris Xylophone – George Hamilton Green
16 Original Dixieland Jass Band* Tiger Rag
Clarinet – Larry ShieldsCornet – Nick LaRoccaDrums – Tony SbarbaroPiano – Henry RagasTrombone – Eddie Edwards
17 Original Dixieland Jazz Band Oriental Jazz (Sudan)
Clarinet – Larry ShieldsCornet – Nick LaRoccaDrums – Tony SbarbaroPiano – Henry RagasTrombone – Eddie Edwards
18 Blake's Jazzone Orchestra The Jazz Dance
Cornet, Cornet [2nd c.], Trombone, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Violin, Piano, Banjo, Brass Bass, Drums – Unknown Artist
19 Wilbur C. Sweatman's Original Jazz Band* Everybody's Crazy 'Bout The Doggone Blues, But I'm Happy
Brass Bass [possibly] – Henry Bowser, Ogese T. McKayClarinet, Leader – Wilbur SweatmanPiano – Dan ParishTrombone [possibly] – Arthur Reeves, Major Jackson Trumpet – Crickett Smith*
20 Mike Bernard Blaze Away
Piano – Mike Bernard
21 Louisiana Five Jazz Orchestra* After All
Banjo – Karl Berger Drums, Leader – Anton LadaPiano – Joe CawleyTrombone – Alcide Nuñez*
22 Dabney's Band* Slow Drag Blues
Alto Saxophone – Alonzo Williams Brass Bass – John Haywood Clarinet – Edgar Campbell Drums – Dennis Johnson Piano, Directed By – Ford T. Dabney*Trombone, Euphonium – Nappy LeeTrumpet – Crickett Smith*Trumpet, Trombone, Euphonium, Clarinet, Flute – Unknown ArtistViolin – Bernard 'Buttercup' ParkerViolin [possibly] – Allie Ross
23 Ted Lewis Jazz Band* Blues (My Naughty Sweetie Gave Me)
Clarinet, Leader – Ted LewisCornet – Walter Kahn Drums – John Lucas Piano – Frank Ross Trombone – Harry RadermanViolin [possibly] – Lou Raderman
24 Louisiana Five Down Where The Rajahs Dwell
Banjo – Karl Berger Drums, Leader – Anton LadaPiano – Joe CawleyTrombone – Alcide Nuñez*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Timeless Records
  • Copyright (c) – Timeless Records

Credits

  • Compiled By, Remastered By, Research [Original Material] – John R. T. Davies
  • Coordinator [Production Coordination] – Ria Wigt
  • Executive-Producer – Chris Barber, Wim Wigt
  • Liner Notes – Mark Beresford
  • Research [Discography] – Wim Van Eyle

Notes

Recording date, location, matrix, catalog number:
1. circa late 1912-early 1913, New York, 383, Keenophone/Rex 5026
2. May 8, 1913, New York, 38829-2, Columbia A-1427
3. June 27, 1913, New York, 38927-1, Columbia A-1427
4. December 29, 1913, New York, 14246-1, Victor 35359
5. December 29, 1913, New York, 14247-2, Victor 35359
6. February 3, 1916, Hayes, Middlesex, England, HO-1499-ac, His Master's Voice C-654
7. circa December 1916, New York, 2377-1, Emerson 7161
8. January 30, 1917, New York, 77086-3, Columbia A-2297
9. January 30, 1917, New York, 77087-3, Columbia A-2297
10. April 1917, New York, 66033, Pathe 20167
11. April 1917, New York, 66037, Pathe 20167
12. May 10, 1917, New York, 5553-C, Edison 50470
13. June 4, 1917, New York, 20062-2, Victor 18321
14. June 4, 1917, New York, 5602-2, Edison 50515
15. July 19, 1917, New York, 77220-3, Columbia A-2370
16. August 7, 1917, New York, (----), Aeolian Vocalion 1206
17. November 24, 1917, New York, A-444, Aeolian Vocalion 12097
18. November 1917, New York, 66787-2, Pathe 20430
19. March 28, 1918, New York, 77741-1, Columbia A-2548
20. April 22, 1918, New York, 77780-1, Columbia A-2577
21. circa May 1919, New York, 650-B, OKeh 1200
22. circa August 1919, New York, 2372, Aeolian Vocalion 12195
23. September 5, 1919, New York, 78624-2, Columbia A-2798
24. November 1919, New York, 4696-2, Emerson 10116

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