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St. Louis Jazz 1925-1927
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Black jazz entrepreneur and producer Clarence Williams successfully recorded groups in the New Orleans area, among them Sidney Bechet and Louis Armstrong. Williams, like Armstrong soon moved from New Orleans and opened a record store in Chicago. In Chicago, Earl Hines formed a group and incidentally inhabited the neighboring apartment to Armstrong while he was in Chicago. Also in Chicago, trumpeter Tommy Ladnier begins playing in Joe Oliver's band. 1925 – "Squeeze Me" is a jazz song composed by Fats Waller. The song was based on an old blues tune called "The Boy in the Boat". It was introduced by Buster Bailey.

Saint Louis Blues" (or "St. Louis Blues") is a popular American song composed by W. C. Handy in the blues style and published in September 1914. It was one of the first blues songs to succeed as a pop song and remains a fundamental part of jazz musicians' repertoire. Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Bessie Smith, Count Basie, Glenn Miller, Guy Lombardo, and the Boston Pops Orchestra are among the artists who have recorded it. The song has been called "the jazzman's Hamlet.

Although St. Louis was as important to the development of late 19th and early 20th century African American music as New Orleans, Memphis, Kansas City, and Chicago, recordings by early St. Louis jazz bands appear to have been marginalized and underappreciated as reissue compilations focus mainly upon the Crescent City, the Windy City, and the Big Apple. In 1997, the Timeless label released Jazz in St. Louis, a 23-track sampling of rare wax dating from the years 1924-1927. First and foremost, this album brings forward the complete recordings of trumpeter Charles Creath's Jazz-O-Maniacs. EAC extraction logfile from 23. April 2010, 16:56 for CD Various, Jazz In Saint Louis 1924-1927. Used drive : Optiarc DVD RW AD-7590A Adapter: 3 ID: 0 Read mode : Secure with NO C2, accurate stream, disable cache Read offset correction : 48 Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : No.

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Black labels Address: 390 East 8th Street, New York, . Title on back cover: St. Louis Town 1929-1933. Matrix, Runout (Side A etched): L-1003 A K-2643. St. Louis Town 1927 - 1932 (St. Louis Town 1929-1933) ‎(LP, Comp, RE). Yazoo.

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The World's Jazz Crazy (-1). Harlem Jazz (Louis Armstrong In New York Volume 3 1925).

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A1 Bertha Henderson Discouraged Blues
Banjo [?] – Pete Patterson Piano [?] – Cranston HamiltonTrombone – Charles Lawson Trumpet – Leonard DavisVocals – Bertha Henderson
A2 Bertha Henderson Jamboree
Banjo [?] – Pete Patterson Piano [?] – Cranston HamiltonTrombone – Charles Lawson Trumpet – Leonard DavisVocals – Bertha Henderson
A3 Searcy Trio Kansas Ave. Blues
Clarinet – Edgar GreenCornet – Clifford King Piano – Deloise Searcy*
A4 Searcy Trio East St. Louis Stomp
Clarinet – Edgar GreenCornet – Clifford King Piano – Deloise Searcy*
A5 Powell's Jazz Monarchs Chauffeur's Shuffle
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – George LightfootDrums – Floyd CaseyPiano – Isaac JeffersonTrombone – Unknown ArtistTrumpet, Vocals [?] – William CallowayViolin [?] – Jimmy Powell
A6 Powell's Jazz Monarchs Laughing Blues
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – George LightfootDrums – Floyd CaseyPiano – Isaac JeffersonTrombone – Unknown ArtistTrumpet, Vocals [?] – William CallowayViolin [?] – Jimmy Powell
A7 Missouri Anderson Gambling George Blues
Cornet – Dewey JacksonPiano – Miles Davis Vocals – Missouri Anderson
A8 Missouri Anderson Gambling George Blues
Cornet – Dewey JacksonPiano – Miles Davis Vocals – Missouri Anderson
B1 Dewey Jackson's Peacock Orchestra She's Crying For Me
Banjo – Pete Robinson Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Thornton Blue*Cornet – Dewey JacksonDrums, Vocals – Floyd Campbell Piano – Burroughs LovingoodSousaphone – Pops FosterTrombone – William LuperTrumpet – Albert Snaer
B2 Dewey Jackson's Peacock Orchestra Capitol Blues
Banjo – Pete Robinson Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Thornton Blue*Cornet – Dewey JacksonDrums, Vocals – Floyd Campbell Piano – Burroughs LovingoodSousaphone – Pops FosterTrombone – William LuperTrumpet – Albert Snaer
B3 Dewey Jackson's Peacock Orchestra Go Won To Town
Banjo – Pete Robinson Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Thornton Blue*Cornet – Dewey JacksonDrums, Vocals – Floyd Campbell Piano – Burroughs LovingoodSousaphone – Pops FosterTrombone – William LuperTrumpet – Albert Snaer
B4 Dewey Jackson's Peacock Orchestra What Do You Want Poor Me To Do
Banjo – Pete Robinson Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Thornton Blue*Cornet – Dewey JacksonDrums, Vocals – Floyd Campbell Piano – Burroughs LovingoodSousaphone – Pops FosterTrombone – William LuperTrumpet – Albert Snaer
B5 Jesse Stone And His Blue Serenaders Starvation Blues
Alto Saxophone – Glenn Hughes Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Jack WashingtonBanjo – Silas ClukeDrums – Max WilkinsonPiano, Leader – Jesse StoneSousaphone – Pete HasselTenor Saxophone – Elmer BurchTrombone – Druie BessTrumpet – Albert Hinton, Slick Jackson
B6 Jesse Stone And His Blue Serenaders Boot To Boot
Alto Saxophone – Glenn Hughes Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Jack WashingtonBanjo – Silas ClukeDrums – Max WilkinsonPiano, Leader – Jesse StoneSousaphone – Pete HasselTenor Saxophone – Elmer BurchTrombone – Druie BessTrumpet – Albert Hinton, Slick Jackson
B7 Bert (Snake Root) Hatton Freakish Rider Blues
Cornet – Andrew "Babe" Webb*Piano – Unknown ArtistViolin [?] – Lonnie Johnson Vocals – Bert (Snake Root) Hatton

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Herwin Records, Inc.

Credits

  • Cover, Artwork – Nova Graphics*
  • Mastered By – Jerry Valburn
  • Producer – John R. T. Davies
  • Remastered By [Decerealization] – Bernard Klatzko
  • Sleeve Notes – Steve Lavine*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): HERWIN 114 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): HERWIN 114 B