Finding aid for the Sheldon Harris Collection

MUM00682

PURL

http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUM00682/

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Summary Information

Repository
University of Mississippi Libraries
Creator
Harris, Sheldon
Title
Sheldon Harris Collection
Date [inclusive]
circa 1834-1998
General Physical Description note
71 boxes (49.21 linear feet)
Location:
Blues
Mixed materials [Boxes]
1-71
Abstract:
Collection of recordings, sheet music, photographs and research materials gathered through Sheldon Harris' person collecting and research.

Preferred Citation

Sheldon Harris Collection, Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi

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Biographical Note

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Sheldon Harris was raised and educated in New York City. His interest in jazz and blues began as a record collector in the 1930s. As an after-hours interest, he attended extended jazz and blues history and appreciation classes during the late 1940s at New York University and the New School for Social Research, New York, under the direction of the late Dr. Marshall W. Stearns, noted jazz authority. In 1954, he joined Dr. Stearns at New York Institute of Jazz Studies, serving as a volunteer secretary until its transfer to Rutgers University in 1966. From 1963 to 1971, he was blues editor of Jazz & Pop Magazine, a national publication, writing feature stories, critiques, record and book reviews. Mr. Harris had lectured on blues and related music at Rutgers University, Alfred University, Jersey City State, Brooklyn College and Queens College, among other schools and universities as well as community and student centers, clubs and private social groups. He also organized and presented live concerts at the International Center in New York.

After almost 20 years of research, his book Blues Who's Who: A Biographical Dictionary of Blues Singers was published in 1979. The 775-page work listed detailed biographical facts on 571 of the most noted singers in the history of the blues and is now considered the prime reference source in the field. It won the Memphis Blues Foundation's "National Blues Music W.C. Handy Award" in 1981 as the outstanding blues book of the year and in 1983 won its "Blues Hall of Fame Award" in the classics of blues literature category. An emendated soft-cover edition was published in 1981 and is presently in its seventh printing. In 1945, he began a 30-year professional career in the advertising business, eventually serving as a longtime account executive at Doyle Dane Bernbach Advertising Agency of New York City, handling many local and national accounts, including Ohrbach's specialty stores. He also had a three-year war service record, serving in the U.S. Air Force in England and Germany. His wife of 47 years, Gladys, died in 1994.

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Scope and Content Note

Over 1,800 78-rpm discs document the early commercial recordings of blues, jazz, and popular American songs. This collection particularly highlights the female "Classic Blues" singers of the 1920s and 1930s.

The 589 pieces of sheet music in this collection consist of minstrel songs, coon songs, blues, jazz, ragtime, and general popular music from 1834 through 1954, with the bulk of the music primarily from the decades immediately surrounding the turn of the twentieth-century. The large numbers of minstrel and coon songs exhibit late nineteenth, early twentieth-century attitudes toward race.

The research files contain much of the information Sheldon Harris used when writing his books Blues Who's Who and  I Remember: Eighty Years of Black Entertainment, Big Bands, and the Blues. Materials in these files include newspaper clippings, copies of death certificates, some correspondence, and various ephemera.

The photographs in this collection are mostly images used in Sheldon Harris' books Blues Who's Who and  I Remember: Eighty Years of Black Entertainment, Big Bands, and the Blues.

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Arrangement

This collection is arranged in 4 series and alphabetically in each series. The 78's, Photographs and Research files are organized according to subject, namely Blues artist. The Sheet Music is arranged according to the pieces' titles.

  1. Series I. 78s

     A B C D E F G H I-J K L M N O P Q-R S T V W Y
  2. Series II. Sheet Music

     A B C D E-F G H I J K L M N O P Q-R S T U-V W Y-Z
  3. Series III. Photographs

     A B C D E F G H I-J K L M N O-P Q-R S T V W Y
  4. Series IV. Research Files

     A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q-R S T U-V W Y-Z

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Mississippi Libraries 

Access Restrictions

The Sheldon Harris Collection is open for research; however, use of the 78s may be restricted at the curator's discretion dependant upon condition.

Copyright Restrictions

The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use", that user may be liable for copyright infringement.

Additions

No further additions are expected to this collection.

Acquisition Information

The collection was donated to the University of Mississippi by blues and jazz collector/author Sheldon Harris. The collection resided in Harris’ Brooklyn, NY residence until the donation. Blues Archivist Edward Komara made the original contacts with Sheldon Harris about acquiring the collection. Blues Curator Greg Johnson orchestrated the final arrangements with Harris’ daughter, Rina Chalkin, in 2004.

Processing Information

Collection processed by Greg Johnson. 78s: Mark Coltrain assisted processing the 78s, research files and photographs. Pamela Williamson and Sara Simonson assisted processing the 78s. Saida Boyce, Sara Newell and Rena Tuten assisted processing the sheet music. Finding aid encoded by Jason Kovari.

Alternative Formats

Sheet music in this collection has been digitized and made available at http://clio.lib.olemiss.edu/cdm/search/collection/sharris.

The photographs in this collection have been digitized and are available in the Blues Photographs digital collection.

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Related Materials

Resources at the University of Mississippi

The Race Parody Sheet Music Collection is another collection of sheet music that contains minstrel and coon songs, http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUM00376/

The Ann Rayburn Collection contains sheet music of show tunes, ragtime, jazz, and popular music of the twentieth-century.

Separated Material

The LPs and books in this collection have been cataloged and are searchable through the online catalog.

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Controlled Access Headings

Format(s)

  • 78 rpm records
  • clippings (information artifacts)
  • correspondence
  • death certificates
  • ephemera
  • photographs
  • printed ephemera
  • research (document genres)
  • sheet music

Subject(s)

  • African American songs
  • African American women musicians
  • Blues (Music)
  • Blues musicians
  • Folk-songs, English -- United States
  • Jazz
  • Jazz musicians
  • Musicals -- Vocal scores with piano
  • Popular music -- United States -- 1834-1954
  • Ragtime (Music)
  • Revues -- Vocal scores with piano
  • Songs, English -- United States -- 19th century
  • Songs, English -- United States -- 20th century
  • Women musicians

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Collection Inventory

Series I. 78s 

78s. # 

5 Red Caps (Gennett 7118) Side A: No Fish Today! ; Side B: Grand Central Station 

6 and 7/8 Band, The (Circle 5002) Side A: High Society ; Side B: A. Tico Tico B. That Old Gang Of Mine 

78s. A 

[Ace, Johnny] Johnny Ace (Duke 136) Side A: Pledging My Love ; Side B: No Money. Note: Performed with Johnny Board's Orch. 

Adams, Marie (Peacock 1614) Side A: Ain't Car Crazy ; Side B: I'm the Bluest Gal in Town. Note: Performed with Bill Harvey and Orch. 1952, $5-15 value notation note by S. Harris 

Adler, Larry (Decca 23319) Side A: Begin the Beguine ; Side B: Hand to Mouth Boogie. Note: Performed with John Kirby and his Orch. 

All Star Trio (Paramount 20021) Side A: Manyana ; Side B: Somebody 

Allen, Fred (Columbia A2099) Side A: The Sunshine of You Smile ; Side B: Somewhere a Voice is Calling 

Allen, Henry Jr. and his Orch. (Victor V-38080) Side A: Feeling Drowsy ; Side B: Swing Out 

Allen, Henry "Red" and his Orchestra (Vocalion 3302) Side A: When Did You Leave Heaven? ; Side B: Algiers Stomp 

Allen, Henry "Red" and his Orchestra (Vocalion 3292) Side A: Am I Asking Too Much? ; Side B: Until Today 

Allen, Rosalie (RCA Victor 20-2237) Side A: Hitler Lives ; Side B: I Can't Tell That Lie to My Heart. Note: Performed with The Black River Riders 

Ammons, Albert and His Rhythm Kings (Mercury 8075) Side A: Ammons Stomp ; Side B: The Clipper 

Ammons, Albert and His Rhythm Kings (Decca 749) Side A: Boogie Woogie Stomp ; Side B: Nagasaki 

Ammons, Albert and His Rhythm Kings (Mercury 8022) Side A: Swanee River Boogie ; Side B: I Don't Want to See You 

Ammons, Albert and Meade Lux Lewis (Columbia 35961) Side A: Bear Cat Crawl ; Side B: Shout for Joy. Note: Meade Lewis on side A, Albert Ammons on side B 

Ammons, Gene (Mercury 8048) Side A: Red Top ; Side B: Idaho. Note: Ammons , t. sax with Gail Brockman, trmpt; James Craig, p; Chuck Williams, d; Eugene Wright, b. 

Anderson, Marian (Royale 1765) Side A: Heav'n, Heav'n ; Side B: Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child. Note: Performed with Piano Ace acc. Piano, 1939, NL (notation by Harris) 

Anderson, Marian (RCA Victor 10-1278) Side A: Poor Me ; Side B: Hold On!. Note: Performed with Franz Rupp acc. Piano, disc is broken into two pieces, unplayable 

Andrews, Helen (Excelsior OR-181) Side A: Cotton and Corn Blues ; Side B: Black World Blues. Note: Performed with Johnny Creach Trio 

Anthony, Ray (Capitol 1884) Side A: The Honeydripper ; Side B: Busman's Holiday. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Arnold, Kokomo (Decca 48000) Side A: Milk Cow Blues ; Side B: Old Original Kokomo Blues 

Armstrong, Lil (Decca 1092) Side A: Brown Gal ; Side B: Or Leave Me Alone. Note: Performed with her Swing Orchestra 

Armstrong, Lil (Decca 1388) Side A: Lindy Hop ; Side B: When I Went Back Home. Note: Performed with her Swing Orchestra 

Armstrong, Lil (Decca 1904) Side A: Oriental Swing ; Side B: Let's Get Happy Together. Note: Performed with her Swing Orchestra 

Armstrong, Lil (Decca 1722) Side A: You Shall Reap What You Sow ; Side B: Happy Today Sad Tomorrow. Note: Performed with her Swing Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 672) Side A: I Hope Gabriel Likes My Music ; Side B: Shoe Shine Boy. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Vocalion 3039) Side A: Rockin' Chair ; Side B: Chinatown, My Chinatown. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis & Ella Fitzgerald (Decca 27209) Side A: Dream a Little Dream of Me ; Side B: Can Anyone Explain?. Note: Performed with Sy Oliver and his Orchestra, both sides with Ella Fitzgerald 

Armstrong, Louis & Ella Fitzgerald (Decca 23496) Side A: You Won't Be Satisfied ; Side B: The Frim Fram Sauce. Note: Performed with Bob Haggart's Orch., both sides with Ella Fitzgerald 

Armstrong, Louis & Jordan, Louis (Decca 27212) Side A: Life is So Peculiar ; Side B: (I'll Be Glad When You're Dead) You Rascal You. Note: both sides with Jordan, Louis and his Timpani Five 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 25099) Side A: 219 Blues (Mamie's Blues) ; Side B: Perdido Street Blues. Note: Performed with his Orchestra, sides 1 & 2 of a 12 side series 

Armstrong, Louis (Okeh 41350) Side A: After You've Gone ; Side B: St. Louis Blues. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Okeh 41276) Side A: Ain't Misbehavin' ; Side B: (What Did I Do to Be So) Black and Blue. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 4327) Side A: Among My Souvenirs ; Side B: Coquette. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 2230) Side A: As Long as You Live You'll Be Dead if You Die ; Side B: When the Saints Go Marching In. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis & Velma Middleton (Decca 28372) Side A: That's My Desire ; Side B: Baby, It's Cold Outside. Note: Performed with The All Stars 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 27816) Side A: Cold, Cold Heart ; Side B: Because of You. Note: Performed with Sy Oliver Orch. 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 3011) Side A: Bye and Bye ; Side B: Poor Old Joe. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 18091) Side A: Coal Cart Blues ; Side B: Down in Honky Tonk Town. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 26154) Side A: Confessin' (That I Love You) ; Side B: Our Monday Date. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 28943) Side A: Zat You, Santa Claus? ; Side B: Cool Yule. Note: Performed with The Commanders 

Armstrong, Louis (Columbia 36154) Side A: Cornet Chop Suey ; Side B: My Heart. Note: Performed with his Hot Five 

Armstrong, Louis (Okeh 8774) Side A: Dallas Blues ; Side B: Bessie Couldn't Help It. Note: Performed with His Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 3756) Side A: New Do You Call That a Buddy ; Side B: Hey Lawdy Mama. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (RCA Victor 20-2087) Side A: Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans? ; Side B: Endie. Note: Performed with his Dixieland Seven (side a)/ and his Orchestra (side b) 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 3825) Side A: Everything's Been Done Before ; Side B: In the Gloaming. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Vocalion 3204) Side A: Got No Blues ; Side B: West End Blues. Note: Performed with his Orchestra (includes original 78 sleeve attached to new sleeve) 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 28995) Side A: The Gypsy ; Side B: I Can't Afford to Miss This Dream. Note: Performed with The Commanders (side a)/ with Sy Oliver Orch. (side b) 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 3283) Side A: Hep Cat's Ball ; Side B: Lazy 'Sippi Steamer. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Okeh 41204) Side A: I Can't Give You Anything But Love (from "Blackbirds of 1928") ; Side B: No One Else But You. Note: Performed with his Savoy Ballroom Five 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 2042) Side A: I Can't Give You Anything But Love ; Side B: Ain't Misbehavin'. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (RCA Victor 20-2612) Side A: I Want a Little Girl ; Side B: Joseph 'N His Brudders. Note: Performed with his Hot Six (side a) / and his Orch. (side b) 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 18652) Side A: I Wonder ; Side B: Jodie Man. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 27481) Side A: (I Wonder Why) You're Just in Love ; Side B: If. Note: Performed with Velma Middleton (side a) / with his Orch. (side b) 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 2480) Side A: If It's Good (Then I Want It) ; Side B: West End Blues. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 906) Side A: If We Never Meet Again ; Side B: Dipper Mouth. Note: Performed with his Orchestra (side a) / Jimmy Dorsey and his Orch. with Louis Armstrong (side b) 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 25156) Side A: (I'll Be Glad When You're Dead) You Rascal You ; Side B: When It's Sleepy Time Down South. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 28177) Side A: I'll Walk Alone ; Side B: Kiss of Fire. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 698) Side A: I'm Putting All My Eggs in One Basket ; Side B: Yes-Yes! My-My! (She's Mine). Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis & Gordon Jenkins (Decca 28076) Side A: Indian Love Call ; Side B: Jeannie. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 1937) Side A: I've Got a Pocketful of Dreams ; Side B: Naturally (Natch-ra-ly). Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 27720) Side A: A Kiss to Build a Dream On ; Side B: (When We Are Dancing) I Get Ideas. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 27113) Side A: La Vie En Rose ; Side B: C'Est Si Bon (It's So Good). Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Vocalion 3114) Side A: When Your Lover Has Gone ; Side B: Lazy River. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (RCA Victor 20-1912) Side A: Back O'Town Blues ; Side B: Linger in My Arms a Little Longer, Baby. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Columbia 40587) Side A: Mack the Knife ; Side B: Back O'Town Blues. Note: Performed with his All Stars 

Armstrong, Louis (Okeh 8680) Side A: Mahogany Hall Stomp ; Side B: Beau Koo Jack. Note: Performed with his Savoy Ballroom Five 

Armstrong, Louis (RCA Victor 20-1891) Side A: No Variety Blues ; Side B: Whatta Ya Gonna Do. Note: Performed with Thelma Middleton and his Orchestra (side a) / with just his Orchestra (side b) 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 622) Side A: Old Man Mose ; Side B: Was I to Blame for Falling in Love With You. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 914) Side A: On a Cocoanut Island ; Side B: To You, Sweetheart Aloha. Note: Performed with The Polynesians 

Armstrong, Louis (Vox 16060) Side A: On the Sunny Side of the Street, pt.1 ; Side B: On the Sunny Side of the Street, pt.2. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Columbia 37535) Side A: Once in a While ; Side B: Struttin' With Some Barbecue. Note: Performed with His Hot Five 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 1347) Side A: Public Melody Number One ; Side B: Red Cap. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Columbia 37537) Side A: Put 'Em Down Blues ; Side B: Savoy Blues. Note: Performed with his Hot Five 

Armstrong, Louis (RCA Victor 20-6630) Side A: Rain, Rain ; Side B: I Never Saw a Better Day 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 28704) Side A: Ramona ; Side B: April in Portugal. Note: Performed with Sy Oliver and his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 2405) Side A: Save It Pretty Mama ; Side B: Hear Me Talkin' to Ya. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 2538) Side A: Savoy Blues ; Side B: Me and Brother Bill. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 1913) Side A: Shadrack ; Side B: Jonah and the Whale. Note: Performed with The Decca Mixed Chorus 

Armstrong, Louis (RCA Victor 20-2530) Side A: Some Day ; Side B: Fifty-Fifty Blues. Note: Performed with his All Stars 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 29280) Side A: Someday You'll Be Sorry ; Side B: Muskrat Ramble. Note: Performed with The Commanders (side a)/ with The All Stars (side b) 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 797) Side A: Somebody Stole My Break ; Side B: I Come From a Musical Family. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (RCA Victor 20-3064) Side A: A Song Was Born ; Side B: Before Long. Note: Performed with his All Stars 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 3235) Side A: Sweethearts on Parade ; Side B: Cut Off My Legs and Call Me Shorty. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 28394) Side A: Takes Two to Tango ; Side B: I Laughed at Love 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 666) Side A: Thanks a Million ; Side B: Solitude. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 24752) Side A: That Old Lucky Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day) ; Side B: Blueberry Hill. Note: Performed with Gordon Jenkins and his Orchestra and Chorus 

Armstrong, Louis (Okeh 8717) Side A: That Rhythm Man ; Side B: Sweet Savannah Sue. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 27254) Side A: That's What the Man Said ; Side B: Sit Down, You're Rocking the Boat. Note: Performed with Sy Oliver Chorus 

Armstrong, Louis (Okeh 41497) Side A: Walkin' My Baby Back Home ; Side B: I Surrender, Dear. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 27899) Side A: When It's Sleepy Time Down South ; Side B: It's All in the Game. Note: Performed with Gordon Jenkins and his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (RCA Victor 20-2088) Side A: Where the Blues Were Born in New Orleans ; Side B: Mahogany Hall Stomp. Note: Performed with his Dixieland Seven 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 29153) Side A: The Whiffenpoof Song ; Side B: Bye and Bye. Note: Performed with Gordon Jenkins and his Chorus and Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (RCA Victor 20-2240) Side A: You Don't Learn That in School ; Side B: I Believe. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Brunswick) Side A: You Are My Lucky Star ; Side B: I'm in the Mood for Love. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Decca 28628) Side A: Your Cheatin' Heart ; Side B: Congratulations to Someone 

Armtsrong, Louis (Okeh 41478) Side A: You're Driving Me Crazy! (What Did I Do?) ; Side B: The Peanut Vendor. Note: Performed with his Sebastian New Cotton Club Orchestra 

Armstrong, Louis (Columbia 36155) Side A: You're Next ; Side B: Oriental Strut. Note: Performed with his Hot Five 

Armstrong, Lil (Decca 1092) Side A: Brown Gal ; Side B: Or Leave Me Alone. Note: Performed with her Swing Orchestra 

Armstrong, Lil (Decca 1388) Side A: Lindy Hop ; Side B: When I Went Back Home. Note: Performed with her Swing Orchestra 

Armstrong, Lil (Decca 1904) Side A: Oriental Swing ; Side B: Let's Get Happy Together. Note: Performed with her Swing Orchestra 

Armstrong, Lil (Decca 1722) Side A: You Shall Reap What You Sow ; Side B: Happy Today Sad Tomorrow. Note: Performed with her Swing Orchestra 

Ash, Samuel (Columbia A2425) Side A: Smile and Show Your Dimple ; Side B: Hello Wisconsin. Note: Harris note: This was an unsuccsessful song--Berlin later adapted melody into "Easter Parade." 

Auld, Geogie (Guild 128) Side A: Co-Pilot ; Side B: I'll Never Be the Same. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Austin, Gene (Hit of the Week L3) Side A: Now That You're Gone ; Side B: n/a. Note: Performed with La Paloma 

78s. B 

Bailey Swing Group, The (Juke Box 506) Side A: Pine Top's Boogie Woogie ; Side B: Eccentric Rag 

Bailey, Max "Blues" (Domino 305/308) Side A: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is ; Side B: Irene's Blues. Note: Performed with Buddy Tate and his Band 

Baker, Lavern (Atlantic 1030) Side A: I'm Living My Life For You ; Side B: I Can't Hold Out Any Longer. Note: Performed with orchestra / Harris note: $20-50 

Baker, Lavern (Atlantic 1075) Side A: Play It Fair ; Side B: Lucky Old Sun. Note: Performed with The Gliders with Orchestra / Harris note: $20-50 

Baker, Lavern (Atlantic 1116) Side A: Jim Dandy ; Side B: Tra La La. Note: Performed with The Gliders with Orchestra / Harris note: $20-50 

Bales, Burt & His Ragtime Piano (Good Time Jazz No. 9) Side A: 12th Street Rag ; Side B: Dill Pickles. Note: Performed with Ed Garland Bass & Minor Hall, drums 

Barbour, Dave (Capitol 358) Side A: Forever Nicki ; Side B: Forever Paganini. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Barbour, Dave (Capitol 973) Side A: The Mambo ; Side B: Dave's Boogie. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Barelli, Aime (Pathe 2121) Side A: Refrain Sauvage ; Side B: Nouveau Rythme. Note: Performed with son Orchestre 

Barker, Blue Lu (Decca 7506) Side A: Don't You Make Me High ; Side B: He Caught That B&O. Note: Performed with Danny Barker's Fly Cats 

Basie, Count (Mercury 89028) Side A: Sent For You Yesterday And Here You Come Today ; Side B: Goin' to Chicago. Note: Performed with Basie's Orchestra and Al Hibbler, vox. 

Basie, Count (Clef 89162) Side A: Roll 'Em Pete ; Side B: April in Paris. Note: Performed with Basie's Orchestra and Joe Williams, vox. 

Basie, Count (Mercury 8987) Side A: Jive at Five ; Side B: Jumping at the Woodside. Note: Performed with Basie's Orchestra 

Basie, Count (Mercury 89014) Side A: Hob Nail Boogie ; Side B: Paradise Squat. Note: Performed with Basie's Orchestra 

Basie, Count (Clef 89070) Side A: Small Hotel ; Side B: Blee Blop Blues. Note: Performed with Basie's Orchestra 

Basie, Count (Clef 89061) Side A: Song of the Islands (with C. Basie Quintet) ; Side B: Royal Garden Blues (with C. Basie Sextet) 

Basie, Count (Mercury 8988) Side A: Why Not ; Side B: Fawncy Meeting You. Note: Performed with Basie's Orchestra 

Bayes, Nora (Victor 45099) Side A: Hello, Hawaii, How are You? ; Side B: When Old Bill Bailey Plays the Ukulele 

Bechet, Sidney (RCA Victor 20-3120) Side A: 12th Street Rag ; Side B: Suey. Note: Performed with his New Orleans Feetwarmers 

Bechet, Sidney (Emm Ess 113) Side A: Blues of Bechet ; Side B: Sheik of Araby 

Bechet, Sidney (Victor 27337) Side A: Egyptian Fantasy ; Side B: Slippin' and Slidin'. Note: Performed with his New Orleans Feetwarmers 

Bechet, Sidney (HMV 9091) Side A: I Want You Tonight (vox, Wilson Myers) ; Side B: Lay Your Racket (vox, Billy Maxey). Note: Performed with his New Orleans Feetwarmers 

Bechet, Sidney (Victor 27904) Side A: I'm Coming, Virginia ; Side B: Georgia Cabin. Note: Performed with his New Orleans Feetwarmers 

Bechet, Sidney (Columbia 38318) Side A: Just One of Those Things ; Side B: Laura. Note: Performed with his Quartet 

Bechet, Sidney (Columbia 38321) Side A: Love for Sale ; Side B: Shake 'Em Up. Note: Performed with his Quartet 

Bechet, Sidney (Victor 20-1510) Side A: The Mooche ; Side B: Blues in the Air. Note: Performed with his New Orleans Feetwarmers 

Bechet, Sidney (Blue Note 502) Side A: Saturday Night Blues ; Side B: Bechet's Steady Rider. Note: Performed with his Blue Note Quartet 

Bechet, Sidney (HMV 9402) Side A: Save It Pretty Mama ; Side B: Swing Parade. Note: Performed with his New Orleans Feetwarmers 

Bechet, Sidney (Circle J-1057) Side A: Who ; Side B: September Song. Note: Performed with his Circle Seven 

Bechet, Sidney (Blue Note 566) Side A: Struttin' with Some Barbecue ; Side B: See See Rider. Note: Performed with Claude Luter's Band 

Bechet, Sidney (Blue Note 567) Side A: Temptation Rag ; Side B: Sobbin' and Cryin'. Note: Performed with Claude Luter's Band 

Bechet, Sidney (Blue Note 562) Side A: Tiger Rag ; Side B: Cake Walking Babies. Note: Performed with his Blue Note Jazz Men 

Bechet, Sidney "Pops" (Decca 3521) Side A: Viper Mad ; Side B: Early Mornin' Blues. Note: Performed with Sissle, Noble's Swingsters 

Beck, Elder (Chess 1539) Side A: Wine Head Willie Put that Bottle Down ; Side B: I'm Gonna Tell God 

Beck, Elder (Gotham 622) Side A: Lord, I've Tried ; Side B: You Better Watch Your Close Friends. Note: Performed with his Religion in Rhythm, with Bertha Potter at the piano 

Bee, Willie (Vocalion 03907) Side A: Ramblin' Mind Blues ; Side B: Can't Control My Mind 

Beiderbecke, Bix (a-side) & Hitch's Happy Harmonists (b-side) (Brunswick 02206) Side A: Davenport Blues ; Side B: Washboard Blues. Note: Performed with his Rhythm Jugglers 

Beiderbecke, Bix (Tram, Bix & Lang--a-side) / Paul Whiteman Orch. with Beiderbecke (b-side) (Columbia 35667) Side A: For No Reason at All in C ; Side B: Sweet Sue 

Beiderbecke, Bix & Frankie Trumbauer (a-side) / Miff Mole & his Little Molers feat. Nichols, Red (Columbia 36280) Side A: I'm Coming Virginia ; Side B: Alexander's Ragtime Band 

Beiderbecke, Bix (Parlophone 2097) Side A: Mississippi Mud ; Side B: There'll Come a Time. Note: Performed with Frankie Trumbauer and his Orch. 

Beiderbecke, Bix (Columbia 37805) Side A: Riverboat Shuffle ; Side B: Ostrich Walk. Note: Performed with Frankie Trumbauer and his Orch. 

Beiderbecke, Bix (Columbia 37806) Side A: Way Down Yonder in New Orleans ; Side B: Wringin' and Twistin'. Note: b-side is Tram, Bix, and Lang 

Beiderbecke, Bix (Victor 23008) Side A: I Don't Mind Walkin' in the Rain ; Side B: I'll Be a Friend "With Pleasure" 

Beneke, Tex (RCA Victor 20-3513) Side A: Blues in the Night March ; Side B: The One Who Gets You. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Beneke, Tex (RCA Victor 20-2424) Side A: I Have But One Heart ; Side B: Too Late. Note: Performed with The Miller Orch. & Garry Stevens, vox. (side a) / with The Miller Orch. & Tex Beneke, vox. (side b) 

Beneke, Tex (RCA Victor 20-2722) Side A: St. Louis Blues March ; Side B: Cherokee Canyon. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Bennett, Buster (Trio) (Columbia 36873) Side A: Leap Frog Blues ; Side B: Reefer Head Woman 

Bennett, Buster (Columbia 37346) Side A: Mellow Pot Blues ; Side B: Signifying Woman. Note: Performed with his Band 

Bentley, Gladys (Okeh 8612) Side A: Moanful Wailin' Blues ; Side B: How Long How Long Blues. Note: Harris note: 1928, $15-20 

Bernard, Mike (Columbia A1427) Side A: 1915 Rag ; Side B: Maori 

Bernie, Ben (Brunswick 3528) Side A: Rosy Cheeks ; Side B: That Little Something. Note: Performed with his Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra 

Berry, Chu (Commodore 7509) Side A: Blowing Up a Breeze ; Side B: Monday at Mintons. Note: Performed with his Jazz Ensemble 

Berry, Chu (Commodore 510) Side A: Forty Six West Fifty Two ; Side B: Sitting In. Note: Performed with his Little Jazz Ensemble 

Biese, Paul (Brunswick 2023) Side A: Dardanella ; Side B: Fast Asleep in Poppyland. Note: Performed with his Novelty Orchestra 

Big 3 Trio (Bullet 275) Side A: Signifying Monkey ; Side B: You Sure Look Good to Me 

Big Duke (Henderson) (Flair 1018) Side A: Hey Dr. Kinsey ; Side B: Hello Baby. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Big Joe and his Rhythm (Bluebird 8956) Side A: Bessie Lee Blues ; Side B: Go to Go Blues 

Big Maceo (Bluebird 34-0703) Side A: Anytime For You ; Side B: Since You Been Gone 

Big Maceo (Bluebird 34-0743) Side A: Chicago Breakdown ; Side B: Wintertime Blues 

Big Maceo (Specialty 320) Side A: Do You Remember? ; Side B: Big City Blues 

Big Maceo (RCA Victor 20-2028) Side A: Maceo's 32-20 ; Side B: Texas Stomp 

Big Maybelle (Smith) (Savoy 1195) Side A: Candy ; Side B: That's a Pretty Good Love 

Big Maybelle (Smith) (Savoy 1500) Side A: Mean to Me ; Side B: Tell Me Who 

Big Maybelle (Smith) (Okeh 7060) Side A: One Monkey Don't Stop No Show ; Side B: Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On. Note: Performed with Leroy Kirkland Orch. (side a) / with Quincy Jones Orch. (side b) ; Harris note: 1955, $8-15 

Big Walter (Horton) (States 145) Side A: Hard-Hearted Woman ; Side B: Back Home to Mama. Note: Performed with his Combo 

Bigeou, Ester (Okeh 8025) Side A: Stingaree Blues ; Side B: If That's What You Want Here It Is. Note: Harris Note: Performed with unkown orch., 1922, $8-12 

Bigeou, Ester (Okeh 8118) Side A: West Indies Blues ; Side B: That Twa-Twa Tune. Note: Harris Note: Performed with Piron's New Orleans Orch., 1924, $25-40 

Bingham, Ralph (Victor 18231) Side A: Goldstein Behind Bars ; Side B: Mrs. Rastus Johnson at the Wedding. Note: Harris note: 1917, NL 

Bini Tribe (Five Drums) (Victor 89) Side A: Secret Society Dance Song ; Side B: Secret Society Drums 

Birmingham Quartet (Columbia 14154-D) Side A: Southbound Train ; Side B: Birmingham Boys 

Birmingham Quartet (Columbia 14190-D) Side A: Sweet Mama, Tree Top Tall ; Side B: How Come You Do Me Like You Do 

Blake, Eubie (Victor 18791) Side A: Baltimore Buzz (Introducing, "In Honeysuckle Time" ; Side B: Bandana Days (Introducing, "I'm Just Wild About Harry"). Note: Harris note: 1921, $15-20? 

Bland, Billy (Old Town 1022) Side A: Oh, You For Me ; Side B: Chicken Hop. Note: Harris note: $10-20 

Blind Pilgrim, The (Anchor 380) Side A: Motherless Children ; Side B: Oh Lord, If I Had My Way. Note: Blind Willie Johnson 

Bo Diddley (Checker 842) Side A: I'm Bad ; Side B: Who Do You Love? 

Bo Diddley (Checker 814) Side A: I'm a Man ; Side B: Bo Diddley 

Bollin, Zuzu (Torch 6910) Side A: Why Don't You Eat Where You Slept Last Night ; Side B: Headlight Blues. Note: Harris note: 1952 

Boots and his Buddies (Bluebird B-7187) Side A: The Raggle Taggle ; Side B: Blues of Avalon 

Booze, Bea (Decca 8658) Side A: So Good ; Side B: These Young Men Blues 

Booze, Bea (Decca 8619) Side A: Uncle Sam Come and Get Him ; Side B: If I'm a Fool (I'm a Fool About the Man I Love) 

Booze, Bea (Decca 8633) Side A: See See Rider Blues ; Side B: Catchin' As Catch Can 

Booze, Bea (Decca 8633) Side A: See See Rider Blues ; Side B: Catchin' As Catch Can 

Botkin, Perry (Decca 27162) Side A: Ukey-Ukulele ; Side B: Lover 

Bradley, Will and his Orch. (Signature 15134) Side A: Lonely Moments ; Side B: Bop'N Boogie. Note: broken into two pieces, unplayable 

Bradshaw, Tiny (King 4621) Side A: The Blues Came Pouring Down ; Side B: Heavy Juice 

Bragg, Dobby (Century 3028) Side A: 3,6, and 9 ; Side B: We Can Smell That Thing. Note: Harris note: Bragg is Sykes, Roosevelt 

Brim, John (Parrot 799) Side A: Tough Times ; Side B: Gary Stomp. Note: Harris note: 1953, $100-150 

Broadway Bell-Hops (Harmony 159-H) Side A: I Found a Round-a-Bout Way to Heaven ; Side B: Show that Fellow the Door 

Broadway Bell-Hops (Harmony 120-H) Side A: But I Do-You Know I Do ; Side B: Let's Talk About My Sweetie 

Brooks, Stella (Disc New York 5031) Side A: St. Louis Blues ; Side B: Jazz Me Blues 

Brooks, Stella (Disc New York 5032) Side A: I'm a Little Piece of Leather ; Side B: I'll Never Be the Same 

Broonzy, Big Bill (Perfect 0207) Side A: How You Want It Done? ; Side B: M&O Blues. Note: Performed with his Big Busters 

Broonzy, Big Bill (Melotone 6-12-59) Side A: Detroit Special ; Side B: Falling Rain 

Broonzy, Big Bill (Okeh 6651) Side A: I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town ; Side B: Hard Hearted Woman. Note: Performed with his Chicago Five 

Broonzy, Big Bill (Vocalion 04149) Side A: New Shake 'Em on Down ; Side B: Night Time is the Right Time, No. 2 

Broonzy, Big Bill (Columbia 37088) Side A: I Feel So Good ; Side B: Tell Me Baby. Note: Performed with his Chicago Five 

Broonzy, Big Bill (Columbia 37088) Side A: I Feel So Good ; Side B: Tell Me Baby. Note: Performed with his Chicago Five 

Broonzy, Big Bill (Vocalion 05259) Side A: My Last Goodbye to You ; Side B: Just a Dream No. 2 

Broonzy, Big Bill (Vocalion 04280) Side A: It's Your Time Now ; Side B: The Mill Man Blues 

Broonzy, Big Bill (Vocalion 05043) Side A: Just Wondering ; Side B: That's All Right, Baby 

Broonzy, Big Bill (Okeh 6724) Side A: Bad Acting Woman ; Side B: I'm Woke Up Now 

Broonzy, Big Bill (Okeh 06630) Side A: Why Should I Spend My Money ; Side B: She's Gone with the Wind 

Brown, Amanda (Columbia A3901) Side A: Triffin' Blues ; Side B: Chirping the Blues. Note: Performed with Porter Grainger on piano 

Brown, Amanda (Columbia A3867) Side A: Laughin' Cryin' Blues ; Side B: Strut Long Papa. Note: Harris note: Viola McCoy with Porter Grainger on piano 

Brown, Charles (Aladdin 3092) Side A: Don't Fool With My Heart ; Side B: Seven Long Days. Note: Performed with his band 

Brown, Charles (Aladdin 3060) Side A: Repentance Blues ; Side B: I've Got That Old Feeling. Note: Performed with his band 

Brown, Charles (Aladdin 3071) Side A: Texas Blues ; Side B: How High the Moon. Note: Performed with his band 

Brown, Delores (Beacon 110) Side A: 20-99 Blues ; Side B: Cold Winter Papa. Note: acc. by The Polka Dots 

Brown, Gabriel (Gennett 5004) Side A: Black Jack Blues ; Side B: Going My Way. Note: Performed with His Guitar 

Brown, Gabriel (Gennett 5003) Side A: I Get Evil When My Love Comes Down ; Side B: You Ain't No Good. Note: Performed with His Guitar 

Brown, Gabriel (Joe Davis 5020) Side A: It's Getting Soft ; Side B: Don't Worry About It. Note: Performed with His Guitar 

Brown, J.T. "Saxman" (Meteor 5024) Side A: Sax Symphonic Boogie ; Side B: Flaming Blues. Note: Performed with The Broomdusters 

Brown, Lee (Decca 7575) Side A: New Little Girl Little Girl ; Side B: Moanin' Dove. Note: Performed with Price, Sams' Fly Cats 

Brown, Les (Decca 1231) Side A: Swamp Fire ; Side B: Dance of the Blue Devils. Note: Performed with his Duke Blue Devils 

Brown, Nappy (Savoy 155) Side A: Don't Be Angry ; Side B: It's Really You 

Brown, Pete (Decca 18118) Side A: Ocean Motion ; Side B: Tempo Di Jump. Note: Performed with his Jump Band 

Brown, Roy (De-Luxe 3300) Side A: Boogie at Midnight ; Side B: The Blues Got Me Again. Note: Performed with his Mighty-Mighty Men 

Brown, Sweet Georgia (Decca 7871) Side A: Rock Me in the Groove ; Side B: These Low Down Men Blues 

Browne, Harry C. (Columbia A3833) Side A: Kiss Me, Honey, Do ; Side B: I'll Make Dat Black Gal Mine 

Browne, Harry C. (Columbia A1999) Side A: Nigger Love a Watermelon, Ha! Ha! Ha! ; Side B: Old Dan Tucker 

Brunis, George (Commodore 546) Side A: Ugly Chile ; Side B: That Da Da Strain. Note: Performed with his Jazz Band 

Bullock, Chick (Banner 350902) Side A: I'll Never Say "Never Again" Again ; Side B: East of the Sun 

Bumble Bee Slim (Fidelity 3004) Side A: Lonesome Old Feeling ; Side B: Ida Red 

Bumble Bee Slim (Decca 7045) Side A: The Longest Day You Live--Pt. 1 ; Side B: The Longest Day You Live--Pt.2 

Bumble Bee Slim (Bluebird B-5563) Side A: Sad and Lonesome ; Side B: Bye Bye Baby Blues. Note: Harris note: 1934, $15-25, rim chip 

Burley, Dan (Circle J-1021) Side A: Big Cat, Little Cat ; Side B: Three Flights Up. Note: Performed with Skiffle Boys 

Burley, Dan (Circle J-1022) Side A: Shotgun House Rag ; Side B: Lakefront Blues. Note: Performed with Skiffle Boys 

Burnett, Rev. J.C. (Columbia 14191-D) Side A: Christian's Home ; Side B: It's Your Time Now But My Time After Awhile. Note: assisted by Sisters Grainger and Jackson 

Bushkin, Joe (Commodore 534) Side A: In a Little Spanish Town ; Side B: Blue Chips 

Butterbeans and Susie (Okeh 8520) Side A: Deal Yourself Another Hand ; Side B: Jelly Roll Queen. Note: Harris Note: Performed with Clarence Williams, 1927, $15-30 

Butterbeans and Susie (Okeh 8163) Side A: Construction Gang ; Side B: A to Z Blues. Note: Harris Note: Performed with Joe Oliver / Clarence Williams Duo, 1924, $75-125 

Butterbeans and Susie (Okeh 8147) Side A: Get Yourself a Monkey Man, Make Him Strut His Stuff ; Side B: When My Man Shimmies. Note: Harris note: 1924, $15-20 

Butterfield, Billy (Capitol 15047) Side A: I Can't Get Started ; Side B: Flip-Flop 

Byas, Don (Quartet) side-a / Erskine Butterfield Quartet, side-b (Super Disc 1007) Side A: Harvard Blues ; Side B: St. Louis Blues Boogie 

Byas, Don (Super Disc 1006) Side A: Three O'Clock In the Morning ; Side B: One O'Clock Jump. Note: feat. Slam Stewart on singing bass & Erroll Garner, piano 

Byas, Don (Jamboree 903) Side A: Deep Purple ; Side B: Them There Eyes. Note: Performed with his All Star Quintet 

Byas, Don (Jamboree 902) Side A: Little White Lies ; Side B: You Came Along. Note: Performed with his All Star Quintet 

Byas, Don (Jamboree 904) Side A: My Melancholy Baby ; Side B: Once in Awhile. Note: Performed with his All Star Quintet 

Byas, Don (Jamboree 901) Side A: Pennies From Heaven ; Side B: Jamboree-Jump. Note: Performed with his All Star Quintet 

Byas, Don (Jamboree 900) Side A: Should I ; Side B: You Call It Madness But I Call It Love. Note: Performed with his All Star Quintet 

Byrd, Josephine (Columbia 14349-D) Side A: Take It Away From Here ; Side B: Mosquito Blues. Note: Performed with Fred Longshaw 

Byrd, Roy (Mercury 8175) Side A: Bald Head ; Side B: Hey How Baby. Note: Performed with his Blues Jumpers 

78s. C 

California Ramblers (Columbia 236-D) Side A: Copenhagen ; Side B: Gotta Getta Girl 

California Ramblers (Columbia 105-D) Side A: Lazy ; Side B: I Must Have Company 

California Ramblers (Columbia 127-D) Side A: Shine ; Side B: It Had to Be You 

California Ramblers (Columbia A3994) Side A: Sittin' in a Corner ; Side B: Tell All the Folks in Kentucky 

California Ramblers (Columbia A3970) Side A: That Old Gang of Mine ; Side B: No, No, Nora. Note: 78 is chipped on rim and cracked 

California Ramblers (Columbia 9D) Side A: You Darling You ; Side B: Melancholy 

California Ramblers (Columbia A3986) Side A: You've Simply Got Me Cuckoo ; Side B: If I Can't Get the Sweetie I Want 

California Syncopators (Bell 530) Side A: Broken Hearted ; Side B: A Shady Tree 

Calloway, Cab (Vocalion 4700) Side A: Ratamacue ; Side B: AD-DE-DEY 

Calloway, Cab (Oriole 2607) Side A: Beale Street Mama ; Side B: Stange as it Seems 

Calloway, Cab (Okeh 6422) Side A: Blues in the Night ; Side B: Says Who! Says You, Says I!. Note: Performed with his Orch. with The Palmer Bros. on side a 

Calloway, Cab (Vocalion 5195) Side A: I Ain't Getting' Nowhere Fast ; Side B: Jiveformation Please. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Calloway, Cab (Columbia 36894) Side A: If This Isn't Love ; Side B: The Honeydripper. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Calloway, Cab (Okeh 6354) Side A: Hey, Doc! ; Side B: Conchita. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Calloway, Cab (Okeh 6717) Side A: I'll Be Around ; Side B: Virginia, Georgia and Caroline. Note: Performed with his Orch., side a / with The Cabaliers, side b 

Calloway, Cab (ABC-Paramount 9671) Side A: Little Child ; Side B: The Voice. Note: Performed with Lael Calloway, side a / both sides with Don Costa Orch. 

Calloway, Cab (Okeh 36662) Side A: Ogeechee River Lullaby ; Side B: I Get the Neck of the Chicken. Note: Performed with his Orch. with The Cabaliers, side a 

Calloway, Cab (Okeh 6084) Side A: Bye Bye Blues ; Side B: Run Little Rabbit. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Calloway, Cab (Brunswick 80017) Side A: You Rascal You ; Side B: Some of These Days. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Candullo, Joe (Harmony 260) Side A: I've Got the Girl ; Side B: Susie's "Feller". Note: Performed with his Everglades Orch. 

Candullo, Joe (Perfect 14657) Side A: Burgundy ; Side B: In My Heart. Note: Performed with his Everglades Orch., side a / with Stillman's Orioles, side b 

Candullo, Joe (Perfect 14750) Side A: Delilah ; Side B: Je T'Aime, Means "I Love You". Note: Performed with his Everglades Orch. 

Candullo, Joe (Perfect 14752) Side A: Someone to Watch Over Me ; Side B: You Know, I Know Ev'rything's Made for Love. Note: Performed with his Everglades Orch., John Ryan, vox side a / Harris note: $5-8, 1927 

Candullo, Joe and Golden Gate Orchestra (Perfect 147218) Side A: Don't Take the Black Bottom Away ; Side B: Stampede. Note: Golden Gate on side A, Joe Candullo and Orchestra on side B. (California Ramblers) (Jazz) 

Cannon's Jug Stompers (Victor 38585) Side A: Pretty Mama Blues ; Side B: Going to Germany. Note: vocal refrain by Noah Lewis both sides 

Capitol International Jazzmen (Capitol 283) Side A: You Can Depend on Me ; Side B: Stormy Weather 

Carolina Gospel Singers (Victor 21140) Side A: Beyond the River ; Side B: Jesus Paid It All 

Carter and his Orchestra (Dandy 5068) Side A: Yes Sir, That's My Baby ; Side B: Rabbit Hop 

Carter, Benny (Bluebird 10962) Side A: The Very Thought of You ; Side B: All of Me. Note: Performed with his Orch. / Roy Felton, vox--side a 

Carter, Benny (Bluebird 10998) Side A: Cocktails for Two ; Side B: Takin' My Time. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Carter, Benny (Capitol 200) Side A: I Surrender Dear ; Side B: Malibu. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Carter, Benny, side a / King Cole Trio, side b (Capitol 10038) Side A: Love for Sale ; Side B: Jumpin' at Capitol (King Cole Trio) 

Carter, Benny (Bluebird 11341) Side A: Sunday ; Side B: Back Bay Boogie. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Carter, Bo (Okeh 8952) Side A: Pretty Baby ; Side B: Baby How Can It Be. Note: Harris note: last name actually Chatmon (in parentheses), $80-120, 1931 

Carter, Bo & WalterJacbos (Okeh 8858) Side A: Same Thing the Cats Fight About ; Side B: Times is Tight Like That. Note: Harris note, 1930, $80-120 

Carlisle, Una Mae (Joe Davis 7172) Side A: I'm a Good, Good, Woman ; Side B: Ain't Nothin' Much 

Carlisle, Una Mae (Joe Davis 7175) Side A: You're Gonna Change Your Mind ; Side B: The Rest of My Life 

Casey, Al (Capitol Criterion 10034) Side A: Sometimes I'm Happy ; Side B: How High the Moon. Note: Performed with his Sextet, part of The History of Jazz series 

Cash, Johnny (Sun 241) Side A: Get Rhythm ; Side B: I Walk the Line 

Chapman, Chris (Victor 5560) Side A: Dill Pickles Rag ; Side B: n/a 

Charleston Chasters (Columbia 1335-D) Side A: My Melancholy Baby ; Side B: Mississippi Mud. Note: vox, Scrappy Lambert 

Charleston Chasters (Columbia 1891-D) Side A: Ain't Misbehavin' ; Side B: Moanin' Low. Note: vox, Eva Taylor 

Chase, Charley (Victor 16547) Side A: How Mother Made the Soup (Case) ; Side B: The Liars, or My Uncle's Farm Golden and Hughes 

Christy, June (Capitol 57-578) Side A: The Way You Look Tonight ; Side B: Everything Happens to Me. Note: Performed with Bob Cooper Orch. 

Cobb, Arnett (Okeh 6830) Side A: Smooth Sailing ; Side B: Your Wonderful Love. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Coe, Jimmy (States 118) Side A: After Hour Joint ; Side B: Baby I'm Gone. Note: Performed with his Gay Cats of Rhythm 

Cole, Cozy (Savoy 501) Side A: Body and Soul ; Side B: Talk to Me. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Cole, Cozy (Continental 6004) Side A: Comes the Don ; Side B: Memories of You. Note: Performed with his All Stars 

Cole, Cozy (Continental 6000) Side A: Look Here ; Side B: I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance With You. Note: Performed with his All Stars 

Cole, Cozy (Guild 119) Side A: Hallelujah ; Side B: Through for the Night. Note: vox, June Hawkins 

Cole, Cozy (Guild 129) Side A: Strictly Drums ; Side B: Why Regret 

Cole, Cozy (Continental 6001) Side A: Take It On Back ; Side B: Willow Weep For Me. Note: Performed with his All Stars 

Cole, Cozy (Continental 6014) Side A: When Day Is Done ; Side B: The Beat. Note: Performed with his All Stars 

Collins and Harlan (side a) / Irving Kaufman (side b) (Standard 2360) Side A: Down in Borneo Isle ; Side B: Mr. Jazz Himself. Note: (Harris note on b-side, "Columbia Record, 1917, (I. Berlin)" 

Columbians, The (Columbia 88-D) Side A: Lime House Blues ; Side B: Virginia, Don't Go Too Far! 

Condon, Eddie (Decca 27095) Side A: Charleston ; Side B: Black Bottom. Note: vox, Peggy Ann Ellis 

Condon, Eddie (Decca 24987) Side A: Dill Pickles ; Side B: At the Jazz Band Ball 

Condon, Eddie (Decca 23719) Side A: Farewell Blues ; Side B: Stars Fell on Alabama 

Condon, Eddie (Decca 23718) Side A: Impromptu Ensemble No. 1 ; Side B: The Sheik of Araby 

Condon, Eddie (Decca 23720) Side A: Just You, Just Me ; Side B: Atlanta Blues 

Condon, Eddie (UHCA 63) Side A: Madame Dynamite ; Side B: Tennessee Twilight. Note: Chicago Rhythm Kings listed as artist on label. Harris crossed through and wrote "Eddie Condon Orch" in. 

Condon, Eddie (Decca 27035) Side A: Maple Leaf Rag ; Side B: Jazz Me Blues 

Condon, Eddie (Decca 23431) Side A: My One and Only ; Side B: Oh Lady Be Good 

Condon, Eddie (Decca 23699) Side A: She's Funny That Way ; Side B: Improvisation For the March of Time 

Condon, Eddie (Decca 23430) Side A: S Wonderful ; Side B: Somebody Loves Me 

Condon, Eddie (Decca 23433) Side A: Swanee River Boogie ; Side B: I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise 

Condon, Eddie (Decca 23721) Side A: The Way You Look Tonight ; Side B: Some Sunny Day 

Condon, Eddie (Decca 23393) Side A: When Your Lover Has Gone ; Side B: Wherever There's Love 

Condon, Eddie (Decca 27106) Side A: Yellow Dog Blues ; Side B: Sweet Cider Time, When You Were Mine 

Coon-Sanders Original Night Hawk Orch. (Victor 19316) Side A: Night Hawk Blues ; Side B: Red Hot Mamma 

Coon-Sanders Original Night Hawk Orch. (Victor 19357) Side A: There's No One Just Like You ; Side B: Why Don't My Dreams Come True 

Copeland, Martha (Columbia 14189-D) Side A: Fortune Teller Blues ; Side B: On Decoration Day (There'll Know Where to Bring Your Flowers To) 

Copeland, Martha (Okeh 8112) Side A: The Pawn Shop Blues ; Side B: The Down So Long Blues. Note: Harris note: 1924, $10-15, with Heywood, Eddie, piano 

Cotton Pickers, The (Brunswick 2338) Side A: I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate ; Side B: Got To Cool My Doggies Now 

Cotton Pickers, The (Brunswick 2382) Side A: Loose Feet ; Side B: Runnin' Wild 

Cotton Pickers, The (Brunswick 2404) Side A: You Tell Her I Stutter ; Side B: Way Down Yonder in New Orleans 

Cousin Joe (Savoy 5527) Side A: Weddin-Day Blues ; Side B: You Got it Comin To You. Note: Performed with Pete Brown's Brooklyn Blue Blowers 

Cox, Ida (Vocalion 05258) Side A: Pink Slip Blues ; Side B: Take Him Off My Mind. Note: Performed with her All-Star Band 

Cox, Ida (Paramount 12237) Side A: My Mean Man Blues ; Side B: Worried In Mind Blues. Note: Harris Note: Performed with Love Austin and her Blues Serenaders / 1924, crack, $75-100 

Crayten, Pee Wee (Imperial 5338) Side A: My Idea About You ; Side B: I Got News For You 

Crippen, Katie (Black Swan 2018) Side A: That's My Cup Blues ; Side B: When It's Too Late (You Gonna Miss Me Daddy). Note: Performed with Fletcher Henderson's Novelty Orch. / Harris note: 1921, $25-40 

Crosby, Bob (Decca 3248) Side A: All By Myself ; Side B: Spain. Note: Performed with his Bob Cats 

Crosby, Bob (Decca 1756) Side A: The Big Crash From China ; Side B: Coquette. Note: Performed with his Bob Cats 

Crosby, Bob (Decca 2108) Side A: Big Foot Jump ; Side B: Five Point Blues. Note: Performed with his Bob Cats 

Crosby, Bob (Decca 4403) Side A: Big Tom ; Side B: Way Down Yonder in New Orleans. Note: Performed with his Bob Cats 

Crosby, Bob (Coral 60254) Side A: Black Bottom ; Side B: Charleston. Note: Performed with his Bob Cats 

Crosby, Bob (Decca 3694) Side A: Burnin' the Candle at Both Ends ; Side B: The Mark Hop. Note: Performed with his Bob Cats 

Crosby, Bob (Decca DU 40145) Side A: Chain Gang ; Side B: Ec-Stacy. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Crosby, Bob (Decca 18355) Side A: It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary ; Side B: Sweethearts on Parade. Note: Performed with his Bob Cats 

Crosby, Bob (Decca 4137) Side A: It Was Only a Dream ; Side B: Take It Easy. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Crosby, Bob (a-side) / New Orleans Rhythm Kings (b-side) (Decca 3523) Side A: Jazz Me Blues ; Side B: Tin Roof Blues 

Crosby, Bob (Decca 2209) Side A: Loopin' the Loop ; Side B: My Inspiration. Note: Performed with his Bob Cats (a-side) / with his Orch. (b-side) 

Crosby, Bob (Decca 1962) Side A: Milk Cow Blues ; Side B: Squeeze Me. Note: Performed with his Orch. with Nappy Lamare, vox side a 

Crosby, Bob (Decca 2482) Side A: Hindustan ; Side B: Mournin' Blues. Note: Performed with his Bob Cats 

Crosby, Bob (Decca 2011) Side A: Palesteena ; Side B: Slow Mood. Note: Performed with his Bob Cats with Nappy Lamare, vox side a 

Crosby, Bob (Decca 2206) Side A: Speak to Me of Love ; Side B: The Big Bass Viol. Note: Performed with Bob Cats feat. Marion Mann, vox 

Crosby, Bob (Coral 60217) Side A: The Washington Post March ; Side B: Stars and Stripes Forever. Note: Performed with his Bob Cats 

Crosby, Bob (Decca 1865) Side A: Who's Sorry Now ; Side B: March of the Bob Cats. Note: Performed with his Bob Cats 

Crosby, Bob (Decca 1747) Side A: Yancey Special ; Side B: At the Jazz Band Ball. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Crosby, Bob (Decca 3689) Side A: Yes Indeed ; Side B: Tea for Two. Note: Performed with his Bob Cats & Bing Crosby & Connie Boswell 

Crosby, Bob (Decca 1680) Side A: You're Driving Me Crazy ; Side B: Can't We Be Friends. Note: Performed with his Bob Cats 

Crudup, Arthur "Big Boy" (Bluebird 34-0738) Side A: Cool Disposition ; Side B: Keep Your Arms Around Me. Note: Harris note: 1948, $10-30 

Crudup, Arthur "Big Boy" (RCA Victor 20-2205) Side A: Crudup's After Hours ; Side B: That's All Right 

Crudup, Arthur "Big Boy" (RCA Victor 22-0100) Side A: Hand Me Down My Walking Cane ; Side B: Lonesome World to Me 

Crudup, Arthur "Big Boy" (RCA Victor 20-2387) Side A: I Don't Know It ; Side B: That's Your Red Wagon 

Crudup, Arthur "Big Boy" (RCA Victor 20-2105) Side A: I Want My Lovin' ; Side B: You Got to Reap 

Crudup, Arthur "Big Boy" (RCA Victor 22-0141) Side A: I'm Gonna Dig Myself a Hole ; Side B: Too Much Competition 

Crudup, Arthur "Big Boy" (Bluebird 34-0717) Side A: My Mama Don't Allow Me ; Side B: Standing at My Window. Note: Harris note: 1944, $10-30 

Crudup, Arthur "Big Boy" (Bluebird 34-0725) Side A: Rock Me Mamma ; Side B: Who's Been Foolin' You. Note: Harris note: 1945, $10-30 

Crudup, Arthur "Big Boy" (RCA Victor 20-4367) Side A: Where Did You Stay Last Night ; Side B: Love Me Mama 

78s. D 

Daily, Pete (Capitol 57-760) Side A: O Katharina ; Side B: Down Home Rag. Note: Performed with his Chicagoans 

Daily, Pete (Capitol 15095) Side A: I Want to Linger ; Side B: What's Your Story. Note: Performed with his Chicagoans 

Dan and his Skiffle Boys (a-side) / Dan Burley & Pops Foster (b-side) (Circle 1020) Side A: South Side Shake ; Side B: Dusty Bottom 

Davies, Evan (Columbia A2572) Side A: Mrs. Rastus Johnson at the Wedding ; Side B: My Possum Hunt 

Davis, Walter (Bluebird 5094) Side A: Blue Ghost Blues ; Side B: Hijack Blues. Note: Harris note: 1932, $50-80 

Davis, Walter (Bluebird 9027) Side A: Don't You Want to Go? ; Side B: Goodbye 

Davison, Wild Bill (Commodore 549) Side A: Clarinet Marmalade ; Side B: Original Dixieland One-Step. Note: Performed with his Commodores 

Davison, Wild Bill (Commodore 563) Side A: Confessin' ; Side B: Big Butter and Egg Man. Note: Performed with his Commodores 

Davison, Wild Bill (Commodore 575) Side A: Baby Won't You Please Come Home ; Side B: At the Jazz Band Ball. Note: Performed with his Commodores 

De Leath, Vaughn (Okeh 4588) Side A: Alabamy Mammy ; Side B: Can't Feel Jolly Blues. Note: Harris note: 1922, NL 

Delta Four (Decca 737) Side A: Swingin' On the Famous Door ; Side B: Farewell Blues 

Delta Rhythm Boys (Decca 25019) Side A: Dry Bones ; Side B: Joshua Fit De Battle of Jericho 

DeParis Brothers Orchestra (Commodore 552) Side A: I've Found a New Baby ; Side B: Black and Blue 

Diddley, Bo (Checker 842) Side A: I'm Bad ; Side B: Who Do You Love? 

Diddley, Bo (Checker 814) Side A: I'm a Man ; Side B: Bo Diddley 

Dillard, Varetta (Savoy 897) Side A: Mercy, Mr. Percy ; Side B: No Kinda Good, No How 

Dixie Hummingbirds (Apollo 108) Side A: My Record Will Be There ; Side B: Amazing Grace 

Dixie Stompers, The (Harmony 545) Side A: Cornfed! ; Side B: Goose Pimples 

Dixie Stompers, The (Harmony 166) Side A: Tampleekoe ; Side B: Jackass Blues. Note: slight crack 

Dixon, Willie (Checker 822) Side A: If You're Mine ; Side B: Walking the blues 

Doc Sausage and his Mad Lads (Regal 3251) Side A: You Got Me Cryin ; Side B: Rag Mop 

Doctor Sausage (Decca 8836) Side A: Wham (Wham, Re, Bop, Boom, Bam) ; Side B: Doctor's Sausage's Blues. Note: Performed with his Five Pork Chops 

Dodds, Baby (Circle J-1002) Side A: Albert's Blues ; Side B: Manhattan Stomp. Note: Performed with his Trio 

Dodds, Johnny (Decca 25103) Side A: Red Onion Blues ; Side B: Gravier Street Blues. Note: chunk of record missing towards the outer rim but appears to be mostly playable 

Dodds, Johnny (Decca 3519) Side A: Wild Man Blues ; Side B: Bump It. Note: Performed with his Chicago Boys 

Dodds, Johnny (Decca 1676) Side A: Melancholy ; Side B: Stack O'Lee Blues. Note: Performed with his Chicago Boys 

Donnegan, Lonnie (London 1650) Side A: Rock Island Line ; Side B: John Henry. Note: Performed with his Skiffle Group 

Dorsey, Tommy and others (Victor 25559) Side A: Honesuckle Rose ; Side B: Blues. Note: A Jam Session at Victor 

Dr. Clayton (RCA Victor 20-2323) Side A: Copper Colored Mama ; Side B: Root Doctor Blues 

Dunham Jubilee Singers (Columbia 14540-D) Side A: Will He Welcome Me There ; Side B: I Dreamed of the Judgement Morning 

Dunn, Johnny (Columbia A3653) Side A: He May Be Your Man (But He Comes to See Me Sometimes) ; Side B: Rules and Regulations "Signed Razor Jim". Note: Performed with his Original Jazz Hounds and Edith Wilson, vox 

Dunn, Johnny (Columbia A3893) Side A: Sweet Lovin' Man ; Side B: Vamping Sal. Note: Performed with his Original Jazz Band 

Dunn, Johnny (Columbia A3729) Side A: Four O'Clock Blues ; Side B: Hawaiian Blues. Note: Performed with his Original Jazz Hounds and Edith Wilson, vox 

Dunn, Johnny (Columbia A3634) Side A: Mammy, I'm Thinking of You ; Side B: Take It 'Cause It's All Yours. Note: Performed with his Original Jazz Hounds and Edith Wilson, vox 

Dupree, Champion Jack (Okeh 05713) Side A: Black Woman Swing ; Side B: Cabbage Greens, No. 1. Note: Harris note: 1940, $5-10 

Dupree, Champion Jack (Joe Davis 5102) Side A: F.D.R. Blues ; Side B: God Blues Our New President! 

Dupree, Jack (King 4633) Side A: The Blues Got Me Rockin' ; Side B: Tongue-Tied Blues 

Dupree, Jack & Mr. Bear (King 4812) Side A: Walking the Blues ; Side B: Daybreak Rock. Note: b-side is Mr. Bear only 

Dupree, Champion Jack (Davis 5108) Side A: Wet Deck Mama ; Side B: Love Strike Blues 

78s. E 

Easter, Monte (Sterling 103) Side A: Aint'Cha Glad ; Side B: Empty Bed Blues 

Edwards, Chuck & Guitar (Duke 174) Side A: Morning Train ; Side B: Warm My Heart. Note: Performed with Chuck Edwards Orch. & The Joe Scott Singers 

Edwards, Cliff (Ukelele Ike) (Perfect 11632) Side A: I Don't Mind Being All Alone ; Side B: If You Can't Land 'Er on the Old Veranda. Note: Performed with His Hot Combination / Harris note: 1926, $5-10 

Edwards, Cliff (Ukelele Ike) (Perfect 11597) Side A: Remember ; Side B: Someone's Stolen My Sweet, Sweet Baby. Note: Performed with His Hot Combination / Harris note: 1926, $5-10 

Edwards, Joe & Susie (Butterbeans and Susie) (Okeh 8182) Side A: Kiss Me Sweet ; Side B: I Got Your Bath Water On. Note: Harris Note: Performed with J. Oliver & C. Williams Duo, 1924, $75-125 

Ellington, Duke (Capitol 2817) Side A: Isle of Capri ; Side B: Band Call. Note: Performed with his Famous Orchestra 

Ellington, Duke (Brunswick m 8044) Side A: Black Butterfly ; Side B: Harmony in Harlem. Note: Performed with his Famous Orchestra 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 24521) Side A: Stompy Jones ; Side B: Blue Feeling. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 39712) Side A: Bensonality ; Side B: Blues at Sundown 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 20-1718) Side A: Every Hour on the Hour ; Side B: Time's A-Wastin'. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. with Al Hibbler, vox and Johnny Hodges, sax 

Ellington, Duke (RCA Victor 27326) Side A: The Girl in My Dreams Tries to Look Like You ; Side B: Flamingo. Note: broken into two pieces, mostly unplayable 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 27531) Side A: I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good) ; Side B: Chocolate Shake. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. with Ivie Anderson, vox 

Ellington, Duke (Bluebird 10245) Side A: Saratoga Swing ; Side B: It's Glory. Note: Performed with his Orchestra 

Ellington, Duke (Brunswick m 8174) Side A: The Stevedore's Serenade ; Side B: La De Doody Doo. Note: Performed with his Famous Orchestra 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 30195) Side A: The World is Waiting for the Sunrise ; Side B: Joog, Joog. Note: Performed with his Orch. with Al Hibbler, vox 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 38045) Side A: Harlemania ; Side B: Japanese Dream. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Parlophone R.582) Side A: Hot and Bothered ; Side B: Swampy River 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 38036) Side A: High Life ; Side B: Saturday Night Function. Note: Performed with his Cotton Club Orch. / outer rim has substantial chip 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 22743) Side A: Limehouse Blues ; Side B: Echoes of the Jungle. Note: Performed with his Cotton Club Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 22587) Side A: Mood Indigo ; Side B: When a Black Man's Blue. Note: Performed with his Cotton Club Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 27356) Side A: Blue Serge ; Side B: Jumpin' Punkins. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 35240) Side A: A Lonely Co-Ed ; Side B: Bouncing Buoyancy. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch., Ivy Anderson, vox on side a 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 20-1748) Side A: Come to Baby, Do! ; Side B: Tell Ya What I'm Gonna Do. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch., Joya Sherrill, vox 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 35208) Side A: Doin' the Voom Voom ; Side B: I'm Checkin' Out - Go'Om Bye. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch., with Ivy Anderson, vox on side b 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 26677) Side A: Dusk ; Side B: Blue Goose. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 35310) Side A: Grievin' ; Side B: Tootin' Through the Roof. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 20-1505) Side A: Hayfoot, Strawfoot ; Side B: Sherman Shuffle. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch., Ivy Anderson, vox on side a 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 20-1623) Side A: I Didn't Know About You ; Side B: I Ain't Got Nothin' But the Blues. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch., Joya Sherrill, vox (a-side) / Al Hibbler & Kay Davis, vox (b-side) 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 20-1598) Side A: I Don't Mind ; Side B: What Am I Here For?. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch., Ivy Anderson, vox on side a 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 27247) Side A: I Never Felt This Way Before ; Side B: All Too Soon. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch., Herb Jeffries, vox on side a 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 36112) Side A: In a Sentimental Mood ; Side B: Showboat Shuffle. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 35776) Side A: Jubilee Stomp ; Side B: Country Gal. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 35640) Side A: Killin' Myself ; Side B: Your Love Has Faded. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch., with Ivy Anderson, vox 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 20-1670) Side A: Kissing Bug ; Side B: Mood to be Wooed. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. with Joya Sherrill, vox (a-side) / Johnny Hodges, sax (b-side) 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 20-1556) Side A: Main Stem ; Side B: Johnny Come Lately. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 20-1644) Side A: My Heart Sings ; Side B: Carnegie Blues. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch., with Joya Sherrill, vox (a-side) 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 20-1584) Side A: My Little Brown Book ; Side B: Someone . Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 20-1697) Side A: (Otto Make That) Riff Staccato ; Side B: Everything But You. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. with Ray Nance, vox (a-side) & Joya Sherrill, vox (b-side) 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 35214) Side A: The Sergeant Was Shy ; Side B: Serenade to Sweden. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 20-1528) Side A: A Slip of the Lip ; Side B: Sentimental Lady. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. with Ray Nance, vox (a-side) & Johnny Hodges, sax (b-side) 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 35427) Side A: Solitude ; Side B: Mood Indigo. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 27380) Side A: Take the "A" Train ; Side B: The Sidewalks of New York. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 20-1799) Side A: The Wonder of You ; Side B: I'm Just a Lucky So and So. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. with Joya Sherrill, vox (a-side) / Al Hibbler, vox (b-side) 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 38165) Side A: Air Conditioned Jungle ; Side B: It's Monday Every Day. Note: Performed with his Orch., feat. Jimmy Hamilton, clarinet (a-side) 

Ellington, Duke (RCA Victor 20-2326) Side A: Beale Street Blues ; Side B: Transblucency. Note: Performed with his Orch., with Kay Davis, vox (b-side) 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 21137) Side A: Creole Love Call ; Side B: Black and Tan Fantasie. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 24501) Side A: Daybreak Express ; Side B: Dear Old Southland. Note: Performed with his Orch., slight chip on rim 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 39545) Side A: Deep Night ; Side B: Please Be Kind. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 39428) Side A: Fancy Dan ; Side B: The Hawk Talks. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 21284) Side A: Harlem River Quiver ; Side B: Washington Wabble. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (RCA Victor 20-1992) Side A: Just Squeeze Me ; Side B: Swamp Fire. Note: Performed with his Orch. with Ray Nance, vox (a-side) 

Ellington, Duke (RCA Victor 20-2325) Side A: Memphis Blues ; Side B: Pretty Woman. Note: Performed with his Orch. with Al Hibbler, vox (b-side) 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 39496) Side A: Monologue ; Side B: The Eighth Veil. Note: Performed with his Orch. (promo copy) 

Ellington, Duke (RCA Victor 24486) Side A: Mood Indigo ; Side B: The Mooche. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (RCA Victor 20-3135) Side A: My Honey's Lovin' Arms ; Side B: Suddenly It Jumped. Note: Performed with his Orch. with Ray Nance, vox (a-side) 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 36276) Side A: The New East St. Louis Toodle-O ; Side B: Braggin' in Brass. Note: Performed with his Famous Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (RCA Victor 40-0134) Side A: Rockabye River ; Side B: Blow Me Down. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 39942) Side A: Rock-Skippin' At the Blue Note ; Side B: The Vulture Song. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (RCA Victor 20-2324) Side A: Royal Garden Blues ; Side B: Frankie and Johnnie. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 24431) Side A: Rude Interlude ; Side B: Dallas Doings. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 38464) Side A: Singin' in the Rain ; Side B: Don't Get Around Much Anymore. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Okeh 6911) Side A: Smada ; Side B: Come on Home. Note: Performed with his Orch. (promo copy) / with Jimmie Grissom, vox (b-side) 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 24755) Side A: Solitude ; Side B: Delta Serenade. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (RCA Victor 20-2327) Side A: St. Louis Blues ; Side B: Drawing Room Blues. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 38363) Side A: Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me ; Side B: Sultry Serenade. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 22528) Side A: Three Little Words ; Side B: Ring Dem Bells. Note: Performed with his Orch. (outer rim chip) 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 39670) Side A: V.I.P.'s Boogie ; Side B: Jam With Sam. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Ellington, Duke (Columbia 38576) Side A: Women ; Side B: Change My Ways. Note: Performed with his Orch. with Ray Nance, vox (a-side) 

Ellington, Duke (Victor 45-0002) Side A: The Minor Goes Muggin' ; Side B: Tonight I Shall Sleep (With a Smile on My Face). Note: Performed with Tommy Dorsey and his Orch. 

Ellington's Washingtonians (Cameo 8182) Side A: East St. Louis Toodle-Oo ; Side B: Jubilee Stomp 

Ellis, Seger (Victor 19755) Side A: Prairie Blues ; Side B: Sentimental Blues 

Ellis, Seger (Decca 1350) Side A: Sometimes I'm Happy ; Side B: Bee's Knee's. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Ellison, Perline (Decca 7910) Side A: New That Ain't Right ; Side B: Razor Totin' Mama 

Elman, Ziggy (Bluebird 10663) Side A: I'm Through With Love ; Side B: Something to Remember You By. Note: Performed with his Orch. / Harris note: 1940, $3-6 

Erby, Jack (Columbia 14151-D) Side A: Lonesome Jimmy Blues ; Side B: Awfully Blue 

Esquire All-American Award Winners (a-side) / Benny Goodman Quintet (b-side) (RCA Victor 40-0137) Side A: Indiana Winter ; Side B: I Cried For You 

Esquire All-American Award Winners (a-side) / Louis Armstrong's Hot Six (b-side) (RCA Victor 40-0136) Side A: Indian Summer ; Side B: Sugar 

Excelsior Quartette (Gennett 4881) Side A: Jelly Roll Blues ; Side B: Kitchen Mechanic Blues 

78s. F 

Fazola, Irving (Keynote 624) Side A: Sweet Lorraine ; Side B: Clarinet Marmalade. Note: Performed with his Orch. 

Feather, Leonard (Savoy 5513) Side A: Fortune Tellin Man ; Side B: I Would If I Could. Note: Performed with his Hiptet with Helen Humes, vox both sides 

Feather, Leonard & Dan Burley (Continental 6006) Side A: A Suite in Four Comfortable Quarters, Pt.1: Bedroom Blues ; Side B: A Suite in Four Comfortable Quarters, Pt.2: Living Room Romp 

Fisk University Male Quartette (Columbia A2803) Side A: Steal Away to Jesus ; Side B: Little David Play on Your Harp 

Fisk University Jubilee Singers (Columbia 2901) Side A: Most Done Traveling ; Side B: Oh! Reign Massa Jesus Reign 

Fisk Jubilee Quartet (a-side) / Rev. J.A. Myers (b-side) (Victor 16843) Side A: Po' Mo'ner Got a Home at Last ; Side B: The Old Tunes 

Fisk University Jubilee Quartet (Victor 16453) Side A: Swing Low, Sweet Chariot ; Side B: Golden Slippers 

Fisk University Jubilee Singers (Columbia A1932) Side A: Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray ; Side B: River of Jordan 

Fisk University Jubilee Singers (Columbia 658-D) Side A: Keep A' Inchin' Along ; Side B: Shout All Over God's Heaven 

Fisk University Quartet (Victor 16895) Side A: Done What You Tole Me To Do ; Side B: I Know the Lord Laid His Hands on Me 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 28126) Side A: Air Mail Special ; Side B: Goody Goody. Note: Performed with The Ray Charles Singers 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 27602) Side A: The Chesapeake and Ohio ; Side B: The Chesapeake and Ohio. Note: Performed with Sy Oliver and His Orch. / possible mislabel since both sides are exactly the same 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 1061) Side A: The Darktown Strutters Ball ; Side B: My Last Affair. Note: Performed with Her Savoy Eight 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 27948) Side A: I Don't Want to Take a Chance ; Side B: Rough Ridin'. Note: Performed with Sy Oliver Orch. 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 25125) Side A: I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good) ; Side B: Cabin in the Sky 

Fitzgerald, Ella and The Mills Brothers (Decca 24813) Side A: Fairy Tales ; Side B: I Gotta Have My Baby Back 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 24387) Side A: How High the Moon ; Side B: You Turned the Tables on Me. Note: Performed with The Daydreamers on side b 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 2628) Side A: I Want the Waiter (With the Water) ; Side B: That's All Brother. Note: Performed with Her Famous Orch. 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 4073) Side A: I'm Thrilled ; Side B: Make Love to Me 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 24868) Side A: I'm Waitin' For the Junkman ; Side B: Basin Street Blues. Note: Performed with Sy Oliver Orch. 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 24780) Side A: Talk Fast, My Heart, Talk Fast ; Side B: In the Evening. Note: Performed with Sy Oliver Orch. 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 27120) Side A: Peas and Rice ; Side B: I've Got the World on a String. Note: Performed with Sy Oliver Orch. 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 29198) Side A: Later ; Side B: Lullaby of Birdland. Note: Performed with Sy Oliver Orch. 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 27693) Side A: Love You Madly ; Side B: Smooth Sailing. Note: Performed with Sy Oliver Orch., side a / with Ray Charles Singers, side b 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 24646) Side A: Lover's Gold ; Side B: Black Coffee. Note: Performed with Gorden Jenkins Orch. 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 23956) Side A: Oh, Lady Be Good! ; Side B: Flying Home. Note: Performed with Bob Haggart Orch. 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 4007) Side A: This Love of Mine ; Side B: Jim 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 24538) Side A: Robbins Nest ; Side B: No Sense 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 24332) Side A: I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling ; Side B: My Baby Likes to Be-Bop…. Note: Performed with The Day Dreamers (side a) 

Fitzgerald, Ella and The Delta Rhythm Boys (Decca 23425) Side A: It's Only a Paper Moon ; Side B: Cry You Out of My Heart 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 18347) Side A: All I Need Is You ; Side B: Mama Come Home. Note: Performed with Her Four Keys 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 2904) Side A: Betcha Nickel ; Side B: Moon Ray. Note: Performed with Her Famous Orch. 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 3324) Side A: Gulf Coast Blues ; Side B: Deedle-De-Dum. Note: Performed with Her Famous Orch. 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 24446) Side A: My Happiness ; Side B: Tea Leaves. Note: Performed with The Song Spinners 

Fitzgerald, Ella and The Ink Spots (Decca 23399) Side A: I'm Beginning to See the Light ; Side B: That's the Way It Is 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 2769) Side A: Please Tell Me the Truth ; Side B: Billy. Note: Performed with Her Famous Orch. 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 3420) Side A: So Long ; Side B: Five O'Clock Whistle. Note: Performed with Her Famous Orch. 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 3078) Side A: Sugar Blues ; Side B: Imagination. Note: Performed with Her Famous Orch. 

Fitzgerald, Ella (Decca 3612) Side A: Wishful Thinking ; Side B: Hello Ma! I Done It Again. Note: Performed with Her Famous Orch. 

Fitzgerald, Ella and The Ink Spots (Decca 23356) Side A: I'm Making Believe ; Side B: Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall 

Fitzgerald, Ella and The Ink Spots (side a only) (Decca 18587) Side A: Cow-Cow Boogie ; Side B: When My Sugar Walks Down the Street. Note: Performed with Her Famous Orch. (side b) 

Fitzgerald, Ella and Jordan, Louis's Tympany Five (Decca 23546) Side A: Stone Cold Dead in the Market ; Side B: Peetootie Pie 

Five Birmingham Babies (Perfect 14399) Side A: Pickin' on Your Baby ; Side B: You Better Keep the Home Fires Burning. Note: Harris note: 1925, $7-10 / several cracks 

Flowers, Pat (Decca 8587) Side A: After the Sun Goes Down ; Side B: Beg, Borrow and Steal 

Foote, Bea (Decca 7535) Side A: Try and Get It ; Side B: Jive Lover 

Forehand, Blind Mamie (Anchor 381) Side A: Honey in the Rock ; Side B: Wouldn't Mind Dying 

Four Buddies, The (Savoy 789) Side A: My Summer's Gone ; Side B: Why, At a Time Like This 

Four of the Bob Cats (Decca 2207) Side A: I Hear You Talking ; Side B: Call Me a Taxi 

Fowler, Lem (Columbia 14111-D) Side A: The Florida Blues ; Side B: Salty Dog. Note: Performed with his Washboard Wonders 

Freberg, Stan (Capitol 2671) Side A: Christmas Dragnet, pt.1 ; Side B: Christmas Dragnet, pt.2. Note: Performed with Davis Butler Orch. 

Freberg, Stan (Capitol 1356) Side A: John and Marsha ; Side B: Ragtime Dan 

Freberg, Stan (Capitol 2596) Side A: St. George and the Dragonet ; Side B: Little Blue Riding Hood. Note: Performed with Orch. 

Freeman, Bud (Decca 2849) Side A: As Long As I Live ; Side B: Sunday. Note: Performed with The Summa Cum Laude Orch. 

Freeman, Bud (Decca 18066) Side A: Tia Juana ; Side B: I Need Some Pettin'. Note: Performed with The Summa Cum Laude Orch. 

Freeman, Bud (Decca 18112) Side A: Tillie's Downtown Now ; Side B: The Buzzard. Note: Performed with His Windy City Five 

Freeman, Bud (Commodore 501) Side A: You Took Advantage of Me ; Side B: There's No Crowd. Note: Performed with His Trio 

Frisco Syncopators (Ross Stores 11359) Side A: Sioux City Sue ; Side B: Papa Doesn't Two-Time No Time. Note: Harris note: Original Memphis 5, 1924, $10-15 

Froeba, Frank (Decca 23603) Side A: Moosie Mousie Boogie ; Side B: Squeeze Me. Note: Performed with His Boys 

Froeba, Frank (Decca 23601) Side A: St. Louis Blues ; Side B: Sugar Blues. Note: Performed with His Boys 

Frosini, P. (a-side) / Pryor, Arthur (Band) (b-side) (Victor 16482) Side A: Spring Flowers Waltz ; Side B: Dill Pickles Rag 

Fuller, Blind Boy (Okeh 03457) Side A: Careless Love ; Side B: I'm Goin' to Move. Note: Harris note: 1937, NL 

Fuller, Blind Boy (Columbia 37781) Side A: Pistol Slapper Blues ; Side B: Mean and No Good Woman 

Fuller, Blind Boy (Vocalion 05575) Side A: Shake It Baby ; Side B: Worn Out Engine Blues 

Fuller, Blind Boy (Columbia 37155) Side A: She's a Truckin' Little Baby ; Side B: Screaming and Crying Blues 

Fuller, Earl (Victor 18394) Side A: Li'l' Liza Jane ; Side B: Coon Band Contest. Note: Performed with his Famous Jazz Band / Harris note: 1917, $5-8 

Fuller, Earl (a-side) / Military Band (b-side) (Symphonia 447) Side A: Jazzbo Jazz ; Side B: I Want to Learn to Dance 

78s. G 

Gaillard, Slim (Vocalion 5341) Side A: Chittlin' Switch Blues ; Side B: Huh! Uh-Huh!. Note: Performed with his Flat Foot Floogee Boys 

Garcia, Louis (Bluebird 6303) Side A: No Greater Love ; Side B: Christopher Columbus. Note: Performed with his Swing Band, Don Darcy, vox / Harris note: 1936, NL 

Garner, Cora (Columbia 14659-D) Side A: Wouldn't Stop Doing It ; Side B: I Ain't Going to Sell You None 

Garner, Errol (Modern 20-640) Side A: Blue Lou, Part 1 ; Side B: Blue Lou, Part 2. Note: Instrumental 

Garner, Errol (Savoy 725) Side A: Cottage For Sale ; Side B: I'm in the Mood for Love 

Garner, Errol (Signature 15135) Side A: Gaslight ; Side B: Yesterdays 

Garner, Errol (Columbia 39145) Side A: How High the Moon ; Side B: Poor Butterfly 

Garner, Errol (Savoy 688) Side A: I Love The Waterfront ; Side B: Penthouse Serenade 

Garner, Errol (Savoy 701) Side A: I Surrender Dear ; Side B: Love Walked In . Note: Damaged 

Garner, Errol (Dial 1031) Side A: Love For Sale ; Side B: Sloe Gin Fizz 

Garner, Errol (Apollo 797) Side A: Loverman ; Side B: What Is This Thing Called Love 

Garner, Errol Trio (Black and White 15) Side A: Night and Day ; Side B: White Rose Bounce 

Garner, Errol (Regent 1004) Side A: Red Sails In The Sunset ; Side B: Undecided 

Garner, Errol (Arco 1223) Side A: Sherry Lynn Flip ; Side B: Blue, Brown, and Beige 

Garner, Errol (Savoy 571) Side A: Somebod Loves Me 

Garner, Errol (Columbia 39615) Side A: Sophisticated Lady ; Side B: Fine and Dandy 

Garner, Errol (Savoy 577) Side A: Star Dust ; Side B: Back Home Again In Indiana 

Garner, Errol (Columbia 39888) Side A: Summertime ; Side B: What's New? 

Garner, Errol (Signature 15136) Side A: Sweet Lorraine ; Side B: Loot To Boot 

Garner, Errol (Mercury 2040) Side A: Symphony ; Side B: Bouncin' With Me 

Garner, Errol (Modern 20-692) Side A: Tenderfly ; Side B: Someone To Watch Over Me 

Garner, Errol (Mercury 5008) Side A: Where Or When ; Side B: Frantonality 

Garner, Errol and Slam Stewart, Charlie Ventura , George Walters, the Flash (Disc 5501) Side A: He Pulled A Fast One ; Side B: Limehouse Blues. Note: Instrumentals with Slam Stewart, Charlie Ventura , George Walters, the Flash 

Garnett, Blind LeRoy (Century 3025) Side A: Chain 'em Down ; Side B: Louisiana Glide 

Gates, Rev. J.M. (Victor 20217) Side A: I Know I Got Religion ; Side B: Funeral Train 

Gates, Rev. J.M. (Columbia 14145-D) Side A: Need Of Prayer ; Side B: Death's Black Train Is Coming. Note: Sermon with singing 

Gates, Rev. J.M. (Okeh 8508) Side A: Where Will you Be Christmas Day ; Side B: Will The Coffin Be Your Santa Claus. Note: Sermon with singing 

Georgians, The (Columbia A-3864) Side A: Farewell Blues ; Side B: Snakes Hips 

Georgians, The (Columbia 23-D) Side A: Hometown Blues ; Side B: You May Be Fast, But Your Mamma's Gonna Slow You Down 

Georgians, The (Columbia 11-D) Side A: I'm Sitting Pretty In A Pretty Little City ; Side B: Learn To Do The Strut 

Georgians, The (Columbia 62-D) Side A: Lovely Came Back ; Side B: Dancin' Dan 

Georgians, The (Columbia A-3857) Side A: You Tell Her I Stutter ; Side B: You've Got To See Mama Every Night 

Georgia Strutters (Harmony 311) Side A: Wasn't It Nice ; Side B: Original Black Bottom Dance 

Gibbons, Irene (Columbia A-3834) Side A: That Da-Da Strain ; Side B: Last Go Round Blues 

Gilliand, Henry C. and A.C. (Eck) Robertson (Victor 19149) Side A: Turkey In The Straw ; Side B: Ragtime Annie. Note: Violin Duo 

Gillum, Jazz (Bluebird 34-0709-A) Side A: Deep Water Blues ; Side B: I Couldn't Help It-Blues 

Gillum, Jazz (Bluebird B-8816-A) Side A: I Got Somebody Else ; Side B: It Looks Bad For You. Note: Damaged 

Gillum, Jazz (Bluebird B-9042-A) Side A: I'm Gonna Leave You On The Outskirts Of Town ; Side B: Woke Up Cold In Hand. Note: Damaged 

Gillum, Jazz (RCA Victor 20-1974) Side A: Reckless Rider Blues ; Side B: Look On Yonder Wall 

Gillum, Jazz (Groove 5002) Side A: Tell Me Mama ; Side B: Key To The Highway 

Gillum, Jazz (RCA Victor 20-2580) Side A: The Blues What Am ; Side B: Roll Dem Blues 

Gold, Lou (Perfect 14656) Side A: Lucky Day ; Side B: Black Bottom. Note: Lou Gold and His Orchestra 

Gold, Lou/ Bill Wirgis (Perfect 14404) Side A: Yearning ; Side B: Cheatin' On Me. Note: Lou Gold and His Orchestra/ Bill Wirgis and His Orchestra 

Gold, Lou and his Orchestra (Harmony 64-H) Side A: I'm Sitting On Top Of The World ; Side B: I Never Knew 

Golden, Billy (Victor 4515) Side A: Turkey In The Straw 

Goldengate Orchestra (Bell P-238-A) Side A: When You Walked Out ; Side B: No! No Nora 

Goldkette's Book-Cadillac Orchestra (Jean Goldkette) (Victor 20268-A) Side A: Just A Birds Eye View Of My Old Kentucky Home ; Side B: There's A Little White House On A Little Green Hill. Note: Jean Goldkette 

Goodman, Benny and His Boys (Brunswick 80030) Side A: Shirt Tail Stomp ; Side B: Blue 

Goodman, Benny and His Boys (Brunswick 80029) Side A: Room 1411 ; Side B: Jungle Blues 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25878) Side A: A Little Kiss At Twilight-Fox Trot ; Side B: What Goes On Here In My Heart?-Fox Trot 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 20-2409) Side A: Afraid To Dream ; Side B: Goodbye 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25445) Side A: Alexander's Ragtime Band ; Side B: Riffin' At The Ritz 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 36050) Side A: Amapola (Pretty Little Poppy)-Fox Trot ; Side B: Intermezzo (A Love Story) 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 26170) Side A: And The Angels Sing-Fox Trot ; Side B: Sent For You Yesterday And Here You Come Today-Fox trot 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 26130) Side A: Bach Goes To Town-Fox Trot ; Side B: Whispering-Fox Trot 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25258) Side A: Basin Street Blues-Fox trot ; Side B: When Buddha Smiles 

Goodman, Benny Quartet (Victor 25751) Side A: Bei Mir Bist Du Schon ; Side B: Bei Mir Bist Du Schon 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 37187) Side A: Benjie's Bubble-Fox Trot ; Side B: A Gal In Calico 

Goodman, Benny (All Star Band) (Victor 26144) Side A: Blue Lou-Fox Trot ; Side B: The Blues-Fox Trot 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25683) Side A: Bob White-Fox Trot ; Side B: Minnie The Moocher's Weddin' Day-Fox Trot 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (RCA Victor 25467) Side A: Bugle Call Rag-Fox Trot ; Side B: After You've Gone-Fox Trot 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra/ Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra (Victor 25531) Side A: Chlo-E (Song Of The Swamp)-Fox Trot ; Side B: Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider-Fox Trot 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 36823) Side A: Clarinade-Fox Trot ; Side B: June Is Bustin' Out All Over 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Bluebird B-10460) Side A: The Devil And The Deep Blue ; Side B: Christopher Columbus 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 3033-D) Side A: The Dixieland Band ; Side B: Down Home Rag 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Capitol 439) Side A: Dizzy Fingers ; Side B: Tattle Tale 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25792) Side A: Don't Be That Way-Fox Trot ; Side B: One O'Clock Jump-Fox Trot 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25840) Side A: Feelin' High And Happy ; Side B: I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Capitol 15030) Side A: For Every Man There's A Woman ; Side B: Beyond The Sea 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 2907-D) Side A: Georgia Jubilee ; Side B: Emaline 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Capitol 15044) Side A: Give Me Those Good Old Days ; Side B: You Turned The Tables On Me 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25316) Side A: The Glory Of Love ; Side B: You Can't Pull The Wool Over My Eyes 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25215) Side A: Good-Bye ; Side B: Sandman 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 36813) Side A: Gotta Be This Or That (Part 1) ; Side B: Gotta Be This Or That (Part 2) 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Capitol 57-568) Side A: Having A Wonderful Wish ; Side B: Shishkabop 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 37207) Side A: Mora Staccato ; Side B: Man Here Plays Fine Piano 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Capitol 57-576) Side A: The Huckle Buck ; Side B: That Wonderful Girl Of Mine 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 2835-D) Side A: I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues ; Side B: Ain't Cha' Glad? 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (RCA Victor 26089-A) Side A: I Never Knew-Fox Trot ; Side B: Sweet Sue, Just You-Fox Trot 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 26082-A) Side A: Is That The Way To Treat A Sweetheart?-Fox Trot ; Side B: I Had To Do It-Fox Trot 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Capital 376) Side A: It Takes Time ; Side B: Moon-Faced, Starry Eyed 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25245) Side A: It's Been So Long ; Side B: Goody-Goody 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-2407-B) Side A: Roll 'Em ; Side B: I've Found A New Baby 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25355) Side A: I've Found A New Baby ; Side B: Swingtime In the Rockies 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 36843) Side A: It's Only a Paper Moon ; Side B: I'm Gonna Love That Guy 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 36955) Side A: It's The Talk Of The Town ; Side B: Swing Angel 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 2892-D) Side A: Junk Man ; Side B: Ol' Pappy 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 26110-A) Side A: Kinda Lonesome-Fox Trot ; Side B: I Must See Annie Tonight 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 39564) Side A: King Porter Stomp ; Side B: Farewell Blues 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25090) Side A: King Porter-Fox Trot ; Side B: Sometimes I'm Happy. Note: 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Okeh 6580) Side A: The Lamp Of Memory ; Side B: When The Roses Bloom Again 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25726-A) Side A: Life Goes To A Party ; Side B: If Dreams Come True 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25717-A) Side A: Loch Lomond-Fox Trot ; Side B: Camel Hop 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Capital 374) Side A: Lonely Moments ; Side B: Whistle Blues 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra/ Benny Goodman Trio (Victor 25406) Side A: Love Me Or Leave Me-Fox Trot ; Side B: Exactly Like You-Fox Trot 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25880) Side A: My Melancholy Baby ; Side B: Wrapping It Up 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 36874) Side A: My Guys Come Back ; Side B: Symphony 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25621-A) Side A: Peekin'-Fox Trot ; Side B: Can't We Be Friends-Fox Trot 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 37077) Side A: Pity The Poor Lobster ; Side B: Love Doesn't Grow On Trees 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 37001) Side A: Put That Kiss Back Where You Found It ; Side B: My Blue Heaven 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 36988) Side A: Rattle And Roll ; Side B: On The Alamo 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Bluebird 10680) Side A: Remember ; Side B: Blue Skies 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra/ Benny Goodman Quartet (Columbia 36684) Side A: Solo Flight ; Side B: The World Is Waiting For the Sunrise 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25497-A) Side A: Somebody Loves Me ; Side B: Jam Session 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Okeh 6534) Side A: Someone's Rocking My Dream Boat ; Side B: You Don't Know What Love Is 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25411) Side A: St. Luis Blues ; Side B: Clarinet Marmalade 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra / Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra (Victor 25320-A) Side A: Star Dust ; Side B: Star Dust 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25521-A) Side A: Stompin' At The Savoy ; Side B: Vibraphone Blues 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 25247-A) Side A: Stompin' At The Savoy ; Side B: Breakin' In A Pair Of Shoes 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Columbia 36790) Side A: Sweetheart Of All My Dreams ; Side B: Ev'ry time 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 26099-A) Side A: This Can't Be Love ; Side B: Sing For your Supper 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 26107-A) Side A: Topsy ; Side B: Smoke House 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Capitol 15409) Side A: Undercurrent Blues ; Side B: Ma Belle Marguerite 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 26021-A) Side A: When I Go Dreamin' ; Side B: Blue Interlude 

Goodman, Benny and His Orchestra (Victor 26263) Side A: You And Your Love ; Side B: Who'll Buy My Bublitchiki? 

78s. H 

Halfway House Dance Orchestra (Columbia 1263) Side A: When I'm Blue ; Side B: I Want Somebody To Love 

Hall, Adelaide (Brunswick 4031) Side A: Baby ; Side B: I Must Have That Man 

Hall, Adelaide (London 289) Side A: Nobody Knows De Trouble I've Seen ; Side B: Swing Low, Sweet Chariot 

Hall, Al (Quintet) (Wax 101) Side A: Blues In My Heart ; Side B: Rose Of The Rio Grande 

Harlem Hamfats (Decca 7326) Side A: Empty Bed Blues ; Side B: We're Gonna Pitch A Boogie Woogie 

Hamm, Fred and His Orchestra (Victor 19672) Side A: Stomp Off Lets Go ; Side B: Flag That Train 

Hampton Institute Quartet (Musicraft 233) Side A: I Want To Be Ready ; Side B: Ole-Time Religion 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Decca 18880) Side A: Air Mail Special-Part 1 ; Side B: Air Mail Special-Concluded 

Hampton, Lionel and His Septet (Decca 23792) Side A: Blow Top Blues ; Side B: Robbins In Your Hair 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Victor 25586) Side A: China Stomp ; Side B: Rhythm, Rhythm 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Decca 18394) Side A: Flying Home ; Side B: In The Bag 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Decca 23639) Side A: Flyin' Home # 2 ; Side B: Punch And Judy 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Victor 26447) Side A: Four Of the Five Times ; Side B: I've Found A New Baby 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Decca 18613) Side A: Hamps' Boogie Woogie ; Side B: Chop-Chop 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Decca 18830) Side A: Hamp's Salty Blues ; Side B: Chord-A-Re-Bop 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Decca 24505) Side A: Hawk's Nest ; Side B: Goldwyn's Stomp 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Victor 26423) Side A: The Heebie Jeebies Are Rockin' The Town ; Side B: Gin For Christmas 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Decca 18754) Side A: Hey! Ba-Ba-Re-Bop ; Side B: Slide, Hamp, Slide 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Decca 24513) Side A: How High Is The Moon ; Side B: Ribs In Hot Sauce 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Victor 25535) Side A: Jivin' The Vibes ; Side B: Stomp 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (MGM 11227) Side A: Kingfish ; Side B: Don't Flee The Scene Salty 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Decca 18669) Side A: Loose Wig ; Side B: Over Time 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Victor 26304) Side A: Memories Of You ; Side B: Jumpin' Jive 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Decca 23696) Side A: The Pencil Broke ; Side B: Tempo's Birthday 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Decca 24992) Side A: Turkey Hop-Part One ; Side B: Turkey Hop-Part Two 

Hampton, Lionel and His Orchestra (Victor 26233) Side A: Wizzin' The Wizz ; Side B: Denison Swing 

Handy, W. C. and Roy Eldridge (Philharmonic FR-81) Side A: St. Louis Blues ; Side B: High Society. Note: W. C. Handy on side A, Roy Eldridge and Orchestra on Side B 

Handy's Orchestra (Columbia A2421) Side A: Fuzzy Wuzzy Rag ; Side B: The Snaky Blues 

Handy's Orchestra of Memphis (Columbia A2419) Side A: That "Jazz" Dance ; Side B: Livery Stable Blues 

Happy Six (Columbia A2949) Side A: Dance-O-Mania ; Side B: Slow And Easy 

Harding, Roger (Victor 3452) Side A: A Coon In Love ; Side B: N/A 

Harmonians, The (Velvet Tone 2034) Side A: I'm A Dreamer, Aren't We all 

Harmonians, The/ W.M.C.A. Broadcasters (Velvet Tone1234) Side A: That's Annabelle ; Side B: My Cutey's Due At Two-To-Two To-Day 

Harris, Bill and his New Music (Keynote 634) Side A: Everything Happens To Me ; Side B: Frustration 

Harris, Bill and his Septet (Keynote 618) Side A: Means To Me ; Side B: Cross Country 

Harris, Bill and Septet (Keynote 626) Side A: She's Funny That Way ; Side B: Characteristically B.H. 

Harris, Marrion (Brunswick 2458) Side A: Someone Else Walked Right In ; Side B: Dirty Hands, Dirty Face 

Harris, Marrion (Brunswick 2836) Side A: No One ; Side B: When You And I Were Seventeen 

Harris, Marrion (Brunswick 2651) Side A: I Can't Get The One I Want ; Side B: There'll Be Some Changes Made 

Harris, Marrion (Brunswick 2410) Side A: Runnin' Wild ; Side B: You've Got To See Mama Every Night 

Harris, Sister with Nubian Five (Pathe Actuelle 020951) Side A: Laughin' Cryin' Blues ; Side B: Beale Street Mama 

Harris, Wynonie (Kinig 4461) Side A: Confessin' The Blues ; Side B: Bloodshot Eyes 

Harris, Wynonie "Mr. Blues" (Aladdin 196) Side A: Ghost Of Chance ; Side B: Big City Blues 

Harris, Wynonie (King 4210) Side A: Good Rockin' Tonight ; Side B: Good Morning Mr. Blues 

Harris, Wynonie "Blues" (Apollo 363) Side A: Here Comes The Blues ; Side B: She's Gone With The Wind 

Harris, Wynonie (King 4276) Side A: I Feel That Old Age Coming On ; Side B: Grandma Plays The Numbers 

Harris, Wynonie (King 4226) Side A: Lollipop Mama ; Side B: Blow Your Brains Out 

Harris, Wynonie (King 4292) Side A: She Just Won't Sell No More ; Side B: Drinkin' Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee 

Harris, Wynonie "Blues" (Bullet 252) Side A: My Baby's Barrel House ; Side B: Drunken By Myself 

Harris, Wynonie (King 4685) Side A: Quiet Whiskey ; Side B: Down Boy Down 

Harris, Wynonie (King 4202) Side A: Rose Get Your Clothes ; Side B: Wynonie's Boogie 

Harris, Wynonie (King 4378) Side A: Stormy Night blues ; Side B: Good Morning Judge 

Hart, Clyde (and his band) (Continental 6013) Side A: What's The Matter Now? ; Side B: That's All The Blues 

Harvey, Bill / Marie Adams (Peacock 1583) Side A: My Search Is Over ; Side B: I'm Gonna Play The Honky Tonks 

Hawkins, Erskine and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-1977) Side A: After Hours ; Side B: It's Full Or It Ain't No Good 

Hawkins, Erskine and his Orchestra (Bluebird 10019) Side A: Because Of You ; Side B: Do You Wanna Jump, Children? 

Hawkins, Erskine and his Orchestra (Bluebird 30-0819) Side A: Cherry ; Side B: Country Boy 

Hawkins, Erskine and his Orchestra (Bluebird 30-0813) Side A: Don't Cry baby ; Side B: Bear-Mash Blues 

Hawkins, Erskine and his Orchestra (Bluebird 10409) Side A: Gin Mill Speacial ; Side B: Tuxedo Junction 

Hawkins, Erskine and his Orchestra (Bluebird 11277) Side A: Hey Doc! ; Side B: Someone's Rocking My Dream Boat 

Hawkins, Erskine and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-2169) Side A: I Had A Good Cry ; Side B: Hawk's Boogie 

Hawkins, Erskine and his Orchestra (Bluebird 10565) Side A: I Hadn't anyone Till You ; Side B: Baltimore Bounce 

Hawkins, Erskine and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10790) Side A: Junction Blues ; Side B: Ashes In The Tray 

Hawkins, Erskine and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-11049) Side A: Keep Cool Fool ; Side B: No Use Sqauwkin' 

Hawkins, Erskine and his Orchestra (Victor 20-1777) Side A: Let's Have Fun Tonight ; Side B: Good Dip 

Hawkins, Erskine and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10292) Side A: No Soap ; Side B: Swingin' On Lenox Avenue. Note: feat. Julius Dash on Saxophone 

Hawkins, Erskine and his Orchestra (Victor 20-1723) Side A: Prove It By The things You Do ; Side B: Drifting Along 

Hawkins, Erskine and his Orchestra (Victor 20-1639) Side A: Remember ; Side B: Tippin' In 

Hawkins, Erskine and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-11485) Side A: Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams ; Side B: So Long, Shorty 

Hawkins, Erskine and his Orchestra (Victor 20-2284) Side A: Tippin' In ; Side B: I've Got A right TO Cry 

Hawkins, Screamin' Jay (Okeh 7084) Side A: You Made Me Love you ; Side B: Darling, Please Give Me 

Hawkins, Screamin' Jay (Okeh 7072) Side A: Little Demon ; Side B: I Put A Spell On you 

Hegamin, Lucille (Cameo 701) Side A: Alabamy Bound ; Side B: Everytime I Pick A Sweety 

Hegamin, Lucille and her Jazz Artists (Banner 1014) Side A: Arkansas Blues ; Side B: Jazz Me Blues 

Hegamin, Lucille and her Blue Flame Syncopators (Cameo 270) Side A: Beale St. Mama ; Side B: Aggravatin' Papa 

Hegamin, Lucille and her Blue Flame Syncopators (Cameo 270) Side A: Beale St. Mama ; Side B: Aggravatin' Papa 

Hegamin, Lucille and the Dixie Daises (Cameo 415) Side A: Cold Cold Winter Blues ; Side B: Dina 

Hegamin, Lucille (Cameo 624) Side A: Hard-hearted Hannah ; Side B: Easy Goin' Mamma 

Hegamin, Lucille (Cameo 625) Side A: Hard-hearted Hannah ; Side B: Easy Goin' Mamma 

Hegamin, Lucille and her Bang Up Six From Georgia (Muse 254) Side A: I've Got What It Takes But It Breaks My Heart To Give It Away ; Side B: Can't Get Lovin' Blues . Note: Damaged 

Hegamin, Lucille and the Dixie Daises (Cameo 613) Side A: If You'll Come Back ; Side B: I Threw A Good Man Over For You 

Hegamin, Lucille and her Blue Flame Syncopators (Cameo 287) Side A: Papa Papa ; Side B: He May Be Your Man 

Hegamin, Lucille and her Blue Flame Syncopators (Cameo 287) Side A: Papa Papa ; Side B: He May Be Your Man 

Hegamin, Lucille and her Blue Flame Syncopators (Regal 9344) Side A: I've Got To Cool My Doggies Now ; Side B: Send Back My Honeyman 

Hegamin, Lucille (Cameo 407) Side A: Some Early Morning ; Side B: Land Of Cotton Blues 

Hegamin, Lucille and the Dixie Daises (Cameo 461) Side A: If You Don't Give Me What I Want ; Side B: You May Be Fast ''But" Mamma's Gonna Slow You Down 

Henderson, Fletcher and his Orchestra (Triangle 11247) Side A: Beale Street Mama ; Side B: Don't Think You'll Be Missed 

Henderson, Fletcher and his Orchestra (Columbia 209-D) Side A: He's The Hottest Man In Town ; Side B: I Never Care About To-Morrow 

Henderson, Fletcher and his Orchestra (Vocalion 14926) Side A: Words ; Side B: Copenhagen 

Henderson, Horace and his Orchestra (Jamboree 908) Side A: Deed I Do ; Side B: Smack's Blues 

Henderson, Horace and his Orchestra (Decca 18172) Side A: Happy Feet ; Side B: Ol' Man River 

Henderson, Horace and his Orchestra (Decca 18171) Side A: Minnie The Moocher's Wedding Day ; Side B: I'm Rhythm Crazy Now 

Henderson, Rosa (Vocalion 14635) Side A: Down South Blues ; Side B: Where (Can That Somebody Be) 

Henderson, Rosa (Perfect 129) Side A: Black Snake Moan ; Side B: Fortune Teller Blues 

Henderson, Rosa (Vocalion 15044) Side A: Get It Fixed ; Side B: Poplar Bluff Blues 

Henderson, Rosa with Fletcher Henderson (Columbia A-3958) Side A: I Need You ; Side B: Afternoon Blues 

Henderson, Rosa with Fletcher Henderson (Vocalion 14652) Side A: If You Don't Give Me What I Want ; Side B: So Long To You And The Blues 

Henderson, Rosa with Fletcher Henderson (Vocalion 14653) Side A: If You Don't Give Me What I Want ; Side B: So Long To You And The Blues 

Henderson, Rosa (Victor 19084) Side A: I'm Broke Fooling With You ; Side B: Good Woman's blues 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 18346) Side A: Amen ; Side B: Deliver Me To Tennessee 

Herman, Woody and The New Third Herd (Mars 900) Side A: Beau Jazz ; Side B: Moten Stomp 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 3380) Side A: Bessie's Blues ; Side B: Music By The Moon 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 3972) Side A: Bishop Blues ; Side B: Woodsheddin' With Woody 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 3643) Side A: Blue Flame ; Side B: Fur Trappers' Ball 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (MGM 11154) Side A: Blue Flame ; Side B: New Golden Wedding 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 2508) Side A: Blues Upstairs ; Side B: Blues Downstairs 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 3501) Side A: Blues On Parade ; Side B: Peach Tree Street 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (MGM 10975) Side A: By George ; Side B: It Isn't Easy 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 3500) Side A: Caliope Blues ; Side B: Dupree Blues 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 1839) Side A: Saving Myself For You ; Side B: Carolina In The Morning 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 2629) Side A: Dallas Blues ; Side B: River Bed Blues 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 18578) Side A: Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me ; Side B: By The River Of The Roses 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 4076) Side A: Don't Be Blue ; Side B: Three Ways To Smoke A Pipe 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 18544) Side A: Down Under ; Side B: Ten Day Furlough 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 36909) Side A: Everbody Knew But Me ; Side B: Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 3693) Side A: Everything Happens To Me ; Side B: Sleepy Serenade 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 38369) Side A: Everywhere ; Side B: The Goof And I 

Herman, Woody and his Woodchoppers (Columbia 37059) Side A: Fan It ; Side B: Blowin' Up A Storm 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 2582) Side A: Casbah Blues ; Side B: Farewell Blues 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 3436) Side A: Five O'Clock Whistle ; Side B: Golden Wedding 

Herman, Woody and The New Third Herd (Mars 600) Side A: Buck Dance ; Side B: A Fool In Love 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 38304) Side A: Four Brothers ; Side B: No Time 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 37227) Side A: Four Men On A Horse ; Side B: Last Weekend 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 18526) Side A: Four Or Five Time ; Side B: Hot Chestnuts 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Mars 1003) Side A: Four Others ; Side B: Sorry 'Bout The Whole Darned Thing 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 3427) Side A: Frenesi ; Side B: A Song Of The Old Hawaii 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 3187) Side A: Get Your Boots Laced Papa Part 1 ; Side B: Get Your Boots Laced Papa Part 2 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 36789) Side A: Caldonia ; Side B: Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Capitol 57-772) Side A: I'll Be Glad When You're Dead ; Side B: Rhapsody In Wood 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 36897) Side A: I've Got The World On A String ; Side B: Love Me 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Capitol 15365) Side A: Lemon Drop ; Side B: I Ain't Gonna Wait Too Long 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Coral 60066) Side A: I Ain't Got Nothin' But The Blues ; Side B: It Must Be Jelly 'Cause Jam Don't Shake Like Dat 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (MGM 11008) Side A: I Can See You ; Side B: Leo The Liom 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Capitol 15427) Side A: I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good) ; Side B: That's Right 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (MGM 10916) Side A: I Left My Hat In Haiti ; Side B: Here Come The Blues 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 36785) Side A: Laura ; Side B: I Wonder 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 38047) Side A: If Anybody Can Steal My Baby ; Side B: I Told Ya I Love Ya, Now Get Out 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 37160) Side A: If It's Love You Want ; Side B: Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams 

Herman, Woody (Columbia 37329) Side A: Ivy ; Side B: That's My Desire 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 38213) Side A: I've Got News For You ; Side B: Keen and Peachy 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Capitol 57-616) Side A: Early Autumn ; Side B: Keeper of the Flame 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 18619) Side A: Let Me Love You Tonight ; Side B: What Dat Up Dere? 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 36995) Side A: Linger In My Arms A Little Longer, Baby ; Side B: Mabel! Mabel! 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 18603) Side A: Milkman, Keep Those Bottles Quiet! ; Side B: Irresistable Blues 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Capitol 57-682) Side A: The Crickets ; Side B: More Moon 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 1079) Side A: Mr. Ghost Goes To Town ; Side B: Better Get Off Your High Horse 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 18577) Side A: The Music Stopped ; Side B: I Couldn't Sleep A Wink Last Night 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Capitol 1272) Side A: Johannesburg ; Side B: The Nearness Of You 

Herman, Woody and his Woodchoppers (Columbia 37228) Side A: Nero's Conception ; Side B: Igor 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 3889) Side A: Night Watchman ; Side B: Hey Doc 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (MGM 10929) Side A: Ninety-Nine Guys ; Side B: Searching 

Herman, Woody (Columbia 37289) Side A: Across The Alley From The Alamo ; Side B: No Greater Love . Note: feat. The Four Chips 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Capitol 837) Side A: Not Really The Blues ; Side B: Detour Ahead 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 2993) Side A: On The Isle Of May ; Side B: East Side Kick 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 36803) Side A: Out Of This World ; Side B: Apple Honey 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Capitol 1170) Side A: Sonny Speaks ; Side B: Pennes From Heaven 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Coral 60001) Side A: Please Don't Say "No" ; Side B: Basie's Basement 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 36861) Side A: Put That Ring On My Finger ; Side B: Bijou 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 37162) Side A: Romance In The Dark ; Side B: Uncle Remus Said 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 37197) Side A: Sidewalks Of Cuba ; Side B: Stars Fell On Alabama 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 4372) Side A: The Singing Sands Of Alamosa ; Side B: Gotta Get To St. Joe 

Herman, Woody and his Woodchoppers (Columbia 37226) Side A: Somebody, Sweetheart ; Side B: I Surrender, Dear 

Herman, Woody and his Woodchoppers (Columbia 37229) Side A: Steps ; Side B: Pam 

Herman, Woody and his Woodchoppers (Decca 4176) Side A: A String Of Pearls ; Side B: Las Chiapanecas 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 36985) Side A: The Good Earth ; Side B: Surrender 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Capitol 57-720) Side A: Tenderly ; Side B: Jamaica Rhumba 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 3454) Side A: There I Go ; Side B: Beat Me Daddy, Eight To A Bar 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 4030) Side A: This Time The Dreams On Me ; Side B: Blues In The Night 

Herman, Woody and his Woodchoppers (Decca 4293) Side A: Too Late ; Side B: Fort Worth Jail 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 1801) Side A: Laughing Boy Blues ; Side B: Twin City Blues 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 36936) Side A: Welcome To My Dream ; Side B: It's Anybody's Spring 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Capitol 1215) Side A: When It Rains It Pours ; Side B: Starlight Souvenirs 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 36949) Side A: Wild Root ; Side B: Atlanta, G.A. 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Decca 2440) Side A: Woodchoppers Ball ; Side B: Big-Wig In The Wigwam 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 37238) Side A: Woodchoppers Ball ; Side B: With Someone New 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Capitol 1215) Side A: Muskrat Ramble ; Side B: Woodchoppers Mambo 

Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Columbia 36870) Side A: Gee, It's Good To Hold You ; Side B: Your Father's Mustache 

Heywood, Eddie and his Orchestra (Commodore 7523) Side A: Carry Me Back To Old Virginny ; Side B: Blue Lou. Note: Instrumental 

Heywood, Eddie and his Orchestra (Commodore 578) Side A: Deed I Do ; Side B: Just You, Just Me 

Heywood, Eddie and his Orchestra (Commodore 582) Side A: Indiana ; Side B: Lover Man 

Heywood, Eddie and his Orchestra (Commodore 577) Side A: Love Me Or Leave Me ; Side B: I Can't Believe Your Love With Me 

Heywood, Eddie and his Orchestra (Commodore 554) Side A: T'Aint Me ; Side B: Save Your Sorrow 

Heywood, Eddie and his Orchestra (Decca 23677) Side A: You Made Me Love you ; Side B: Heywood Blues 

Hicks, Edna (Brunswick 2463) Side A: Down Hearted Blues ; Side B: Gulf Coast Blues 

Hicks, Edna (Victor 19083) Side A: I'm Goin' Away ; Side B: You Always Messin' Round With My Man 

Hicks, Edna (Victor 19084) Side A: I'm Goin' Away ; Side B: You Always Messin' Round With My Man 

Hinds, Earl and his Orchestra (Bluebird 11308) Side A: It Had To be You-Fox Trot ; Side B: Yellow Fire-Fox Trot 

Hinds, Earl and his Orchestra (Bluebird 11126) Side A: Jersey Bounce ; Side B: Sally Won't You Come Back 

Hodes, Art and his Orchestra (Decca 18438) Side A: Get Happy ; Side B: Indiana 

Hogg, Smokey (Modern Hollywood 20-667) Side A: I'm Gonna Find Your Trick ; Side B: Who's Heah 

Hogg, Smokey (Modern Hollywood 896) Side A: Too Late Old Man ; Side B: River Hip Mama 

Hokum Boys (Paramount 12821) Side A: Ain't Goin' That Way ; Side B: You Can't Get Enough Of That Stuff 

Holiday, Billie and her Orchestra (Clef Records 89108) Side A: If The Moon Turns Green ; Side B: Autumn In New York 

Holiday, Billie (Aladdin 3102) Side A: Rocky Mountain Blues ; Side B: Blue Turning Grey After You 

Whiteman, Paul and his Orchestra (Capitol 116) Side A: You Were Never Lovelier ; Side B: Trav'lin' Light 

Holiday, Billie and her Orchestra (Vocalion 4457) Side A: The Very Thought of You ; Side B: I Can't Get Started 

Hollywood Huskers (Capitol 40022) Side A: Happy Blues ; Side B: Them There Eyes 

Honeyboy (Specialty 476) Side A: Bloodstains On The Wall ; Side B: My Time Ain't Long 

Honolulu Serenaders (Victor 21120) Side A: Honolulu Stomp ; Side B: Mele Of Hawaii 

Hooker, John Lee (Sensation 21) Side A: Burnin' Hell ; Side B: Miss Sadie Mae 

Hooker, John Lee (Modern Hollywood 948) Side A: Half A Stranger ; Side B: Shake, Holler, And Run 

Hooker, John Lee (Modern Hollywood 931) Side A: Jump Me ; Side B: I Wonder Little Darling 

Hooker, John Lee (Vee-Jay 255) Side A: Little Wheel ; Side B: Rosie Mae 

Hooker, John Lee (Vee-Jay 164) Side A: Mambo Chillun ; Side B: Time Is Marching 

[Hooker, John Lee] Texas Slim (King 4323) Side A: Nightmare Blues ; Side B: I'm Gonna Kill That Woman 

Hooker, John Lee (Modern Hollywood 958) Side A: Taxi Driver ; Side B: You Receive Me 

Hopkins, Lightin' (Modern Hollywood 20-543) Side A: Shining Moon ; Side B: Ida May 

Howell, Peg Leg (Columbia 148236) Side A: Boke And Hungry Blues ; Side B: Rolling Mill Blues 

Huey, Richard and his Sundown Singers (Decca 8656) Side A: Hurry Sundown ; Side B: Blues Boogie Woogie 

Hughes, Phil and his High Hatters/Stillman's Orioles (Perfect 14624) Side A: Georgianna ; Side B: Tonight's My Night With Baby 

Hunt, Pee-Wee and his Orchestra (Capitol 57-673) Side A: The Charleston ; Side B: Youthful Fountain 

Hunt, Pee-Wee and his Orchestra (Capitol 2442) Side A: OH! ; Side B: San 

Hunt, Pee-Wee and his Orchestra (Capitol 15105) Side A: Twelfth Street Rag ; Side B: Somebody Else Not Me 

Hunter, Alberta (Juke Box 511) Side A: Don't Want No Man That's Lazy ; Side B: Your Bread May Be Good But It Ain't As Good As Mine 

Hunter, Alberta (Okeh ) Side A: Empty Cellar Blues ; Side B: I Don't Want It All 

Hunter, Alberta and Elkins-Payne Jubilee Quartet (Paramount 12093) Side A: Old Fashioned Love ; Side B: If The Rest Of The World Don't Want You 

Hurley, Clyde and his Orchestra (Keynote 633) Side A: Out Of Nowhere ; Side B: On The Trail 

Hylton, Jack and his Orchestra (Decca 190) Side A: St. Louis Blues ; Side B: Hylton Stomp 

78s. I-J 

Ingle, Red and the Natural Seven (Capitol 15045) Side A: Cigareetes, Whuskey, And, Wild, Wild Women ; Side B: Pearly Maude 

Ingle, Red and the Natural Seven (Capitol 15046) Side A: Temptation ; Side B: I Love You For Sentimental Reasons 

Iturbi, Jose (Victor 10-1127) Side A: Boogie Woogie Etude ; Side B: Blues 

Jackson, Bull Moose and his Buffalo Bearcats (King 4230 ) Side A: I Can't Go Without You ; Side B: Fare Thee Well, Deacon Jones . Note: Damaged 

Jackson, Bull Moose and his Buffalo Bearcats (King 4305) Side A: Houston Texas Gal ; Side B: Come Back To Me 

Jackson, Charlie (Paramount 12366) Side A: The Judge Cliff Davis Blues ; Side B: Mumsy Mumsy Blues 

Jackson, Chubby and his Orchestra (Columbia 38451) Side A: Father Knickerbocker ; Side B: Godchild 

Jackson, Chubby and his Knights (Century 1506) Side A: A Knight In The Village Part 3 ; Side B: A Knight In The Village Part 4 

Jackson, Chubby and his Orchestra (MGM 10354) Side A: "Mom" Jackson ; Side B: Follow The Leader 

Jackson, Chubby Septet (Keynote 616) Side A: Northwest Passage ; Side B: Cryin Sands 

Jackson, Lil' Son (Imperial 5113) Side A: Peace Breaking People ; Side B: Rockin' and Rollin' 

Jackson, Mahalia (Apollo 245) Side A: Bless This House ; Side B: Lords Prayer 

Jackson, Mahalia (Apollo 273) Side A: I'm Goin Down To The River ; Side B: Do You Know Him? 

Jackson, Mahalia (Apollo 178) Side A: What Could I Do ; Side B: Even Me 

Jackson, Mahalia (Coral 65001) Side A: God's Gonna Separate The Wheat From The Tares ; Side B: Keep Me Everyday 

Jackson, Mahalia (Apollo 286) Side A: I'm On My Way ; Side B: My Story 

Jackson, Mahalia (Apollo 278) Side A: I Wonder If I Will Ever Rest ; Side B: Come To Jesus 

Jackson, Mahalia (Apollo 262) Side A: In The Upper Room Part 1 ; Side B: In The Upper Room Part 2 

Jackson, Mahalia (Apollo 246) Side A: It Is No Secret ; Side B: His Eye Is On The Sparrow 

Jackson, Mahalia (Apollo 313) Side A: Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen ; Side B: Didn't It Rain 

Jackson, Mahalia (Apollo 235) Side A: Silent Night ; Side B: Go Tell It On The Mountain 

Jackson, Mahalia (Apollo194) Side A: Amazing Grace ; Side B: Tired 

Jacobson, Bud (Jungle Kings) (Century 4015) Side A: Clarinet Marmalade ; Side B: Laughing At You 

Jacobson, Bud (Jungle Kings) (Signature 904) Side A: Laughing At You ; Side B: I Can't Believe 

James, Elmore (Meteor 5000) Side A: I Believe ; Side B: I Held My Baby Last Night 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Philharmonic 69-A) Side A: Alice Blue Gown -Fox Trot ; Side B: Exactly Like You-Fox Trot 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36500) Side A: All For Love ; Side B: Blues In The Night 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 35316) Side A: Avalon ; Side B: Ciribiribin 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36478) Side A: I Don't Want To Walk Without You-Fox Trot ; Side B: B-19-Fox Trot 

James, Harry and the Boogie Woogie (Columbia 35958) Side A: Boo-Woo-Fox Trot ; Side B: Woo-Woo-Fox Trot 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 35340) Side A: Concerto For Trumpet ; Side B: I'm inThe Market For You 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 37144) Side A: Concerto For Trumpet ; Side B: Flight Of The Bumble Bee 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36996) Side A: Easy ; Side B: Friar Rock 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36545) Side A: Easter Parade ; Side B: Crazy Rhythm 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36004) Side A: The Flight Of the Bumble Bee ; Side B: The Carnival Of Venice 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 35587) Side A: Flash ; Side B: All Or nothing At All. Note: feat. Frank Sinatra 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Elite 5034) Side A: Headin' For Hallelujah-Fox Trot ; Side B: Maybe-Fox Trot 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 35227) Side A: Here Comes The Night ; Side B: Feet Draggin Blues 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Philharmonic 71-A) Side A: Hodge Podge-Fox Trot ; Side B: Four or Five Times-Fox Trot 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 39582) Side A: How Dry I Am Blues ; Side B: Don't Be That Way 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36623) Side A: I Cried For You ; Side B: Let Me Up 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 37305) Side A: I Tipped My Hat ; Side B: Heartaches 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36833) Side A: I'll Buy That Dream ; Side B: Memphis In June 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36698) Side A: I'll Get By ; Side B: Flatbush Flannigan 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36758) Side A: I'm Beginning to See the Light ; Side B: The Love I Long For 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36677) Side A: James Session ; Side B: I Heard You Cry Last Night 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36190) Side A: Jeffries Blues ; Side B: Sharpasa Tack 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36683) Side A: Jump Town ; Side B: Cherry 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 37264) Side A: Keb-Lah ; Side B: You'll Never Know 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 37218) Side A: The Man With The Horn ; Side B: Jalousie 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36713) Side A: Memphis Blues ; Side B: Sleepy Time Gal 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36599) Side A: The Mole ; Side B: But Not For Me 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 35932) Side A: Montevideo ; Side B: Music Makers 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36668) Side A: Moonlight Becomes You ; Side B: I've Heard That Song Before 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 37351) Side A: Molten Swing-Beginning ; Side B: Molten Swing-Conclusion 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36434) Side A: My Melancholy Baby ; Side B: My Silent Love 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36887) Side A: 9:20 Speacial -Fox Trot ; Side B: Ain't Misbehavin'-Fox Trot 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36412) Side A: Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen ; Side B: You've Changed-Fox Trot 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36023) Side A: Ol' Man River ; Side B: Answer Man 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36024) Side A: One Dozen Roses ; Side B: Your Too Good For Good For Nothing Me 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 37142) Side A: One O'Clock Jump-Fox Trot ; Side B: Two O'Clock Jump-Fox Trot 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36672) Side A: Prince Charming ; Side B: Velvet Moon 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Philharmonic 70A) Side A: The Sheik of Araby ; Side B: It's The Last Time I'll Fall In Love 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36533) Side A: Skylark ; Side B: The Clipper 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36549) Side A: Sleepy Lagoon ; Side B: Trumpet Blues 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36466) Side A: The Devil Sat Down And Cried ; Side B: Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36867) Side A: Waiting For The Train To Come In ; Side B: I Can'T Begin To Tell You 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 37301) Side A: What Am I Gonna Do About You ; Side B: I Can't Get up The Nerve To Kiss You 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36579) Side A: When You're A Long, Long Way From Home Strictly Instrumental 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36773) Side A: When Your Lover Has Gone ; Side B: I'm Confessin' 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36973) Side A: Who's Sorry Now ; Side B: I Didn't Mean A Word I Said 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36246) Side A: Yes Indeed ; Side B: It's So Peaceful In The Country 

James, Harry and his Orchestra (Columbia 36296) Side A: You Made Me Love you ; Side B: A Singer Kissed An Angel 

Janis, Elsie (Victor 60091) Side A: Fo' de Law'd's Sake Play a Waltz 

Jaxon, Frankie (Decca 7638A) Side A: Fan It Boogie Woogie ; Side B: Don't Pan Me 

Jazz At The Philharmonic (Disc 6024) Side A: Blues, Pt. 1 ; Side B: Blues, Pt. 2 

Jenkinis and Jenkins (Columbia 14040-D) Side A: Hen Pecked Man ; Side B: Mouth Organ Blues 

John, Little Willie (King 4935) Side A: Fever ; Side B: Letter From My Darling 

Johnny Ace (Duke 136) Side A: Pledging My Love ; Side B: No Money. Note: Performed with Johnny Board's Orch. 

Johnson, Blind Willie (British Rhythm Society 24) Side A: The Rain Don't Fall On Me ; Side B: Trouble Will Soon Be Over 

Johnson, Blind Willie (Columbia 14582-D) Side A: Soul Of A Man ; Side B: Church, I'm Fully Saved To-Day 

Johnson, Buddy and his Band (Decca 8546) Side A: Boogie Woogie's Mother-In-Law ; Side B: I'd Be Ever So Grateful 

Johnson, Buddy and his Orchestra (Decca 27330) Side A: I Cry ; Side B: Satisfy My soul 

Johnson, Buddy and his Orchestra (Decca 24996) Side A: Keep Me Close To You ; Side B: You Got To Walk The Chalk Line 

Johnson, Easy Papa (Melotone 12086) Side A: Cotton Seed Blues ; Side B: No Good Woman blues 

Johnson, Fannie (Cameo 1158) Side A: Black Snake Blues ; Side B: Soul and Body 

Johnson, Hall (Choir) (Victor 4460) Side A: 1. Joshua Fit De Battle of Jericho 2. Walk Together Chillun ; Side B: Bye and Bye 

Johnson, Jimmy (Orchestra) (Vocalion 4768) Side A: Harlem Woogie ; Side B: After Tonight 

Johnson, Joshua (Decca 48027) Side A: Gypsy Blues ; Side B: When The Morning Glories Wake Up In the Morning 

Johnson, Lem (Decca 48063) Side A: Going Down Slow ; Side B: Candy Blues 

Johnson, Lonnie (Okeh 8898) Side A: Beautiful But Dumb ; Side B: From A Wash Woman On Up 

Johnson, Lonnie Duo (Disc 6065) Side A: Blues For Everybody ; Side B: Blues In My Soul 

Johnson, Lonnie (King 4336) Side A: Blues Stay Away From Me ; Side B: Confused 

Johnson, Lonnie (Disc 6064) Side A: Drifting Along Blues ; Side B: I Love Again 

Johnson, Lonnie (Bluebird 34-0708) Side A: Fly Right, Baby ; Side B: Ramblers Blues 

Johnson, Lonnie (Bluebird B-9006) Side A: He's A Jelly-Roll Baker ; Side B: When You Feel Low Down 

Johnson, Lonnie (King 4212) Side A: I Am So Glad ; Side B: Working Man's Blues 

Johnson, Lonnie (King 4297) Side A: I Found A Dream ; Side B: You Take Romance 

Johnson, Lonnie Duo (Disc 6062) Side A: Keep What You Got ; Side B: Why I Love You 

Johnson, Lonnie (Okeh 8282) Side A: Love Story Blues ; Side B: Very Lonesome Blues 

Johnson, Lonnie (King 4411) Side A: Nothin' Clickin' Chicken ; Side B: I'm So Crazy For Love 

Johnson, Lonnie (King 4245) Side A: Pleasing You ; Side B: Feel So Lonesome 

Johnson, Lonnie (King 4317) Side A: She's So Sweet ; Side B: Don't Play Bad With My Love 

Johnson, Lonnie (King 4263) Side A: So Tired ; Side B: Tell Me Little Woman . Note: Acc. By John Davis 

Johnson, Lonnie (Disc 6063) Side A: Solid Blues ; Side B: Rocks In My Bed 

Johnson, Lonnie (King 4201) Side A: Tomorrow Night ; Side B: What About A Woman 

Johnson, Lonnie and Spencer Williams/Victoria Spivey (Harmony 1087) Side A: It Feels So Good ; Side B: Furniture Man Blues 

Johnson, Marvin and his Orchestra (Capitol 15407) Side A: Amnesia ; Side B: Hey Lawdy Mama 

Johnson, Pete (Band) (Decca 18121) Side A: 627 Stomp ; Side B: Piney Brown Blues 

Johnson, Pete and Albert Ammons (Victor 27505) Side A: Boogie Woogie Man ; Side B: Walkin' The Boogie 

Johnson, Pete and Albert Ammons (Victor 27504) Side A: Cuttin' The Boogie ; Side B: Barrel House Boogie 

Johnson, Pete and Albert Ammons (Victor 27507) Side A: Foot Pedal Boogie ; Side B: Movin' The Boogie 

Johnson, Pete All Stars & Turner, Joe (National 9010) Side A: S.K. Blues, Pt. 1 ; Side B: S.K. Blues, Pt. 2 

Johnson, Pete and Albert Ammons (RCA Victor 27506) Side A: Sixth Avenue Express ; Side B: Pine Creek 

Jones, Calvert (Coral 65056) Side A: Tra-La-La ; Side B: Two Timin' Woman 

Jones, Isham (Orchestra) (Brunswick 2557) Side A: You're In Kentucky Sure As You're Born ; Side B: Hula Lou 

Jones, Jonah and his Orchestra (Keynote 614 ) Side A: Just Like A Butterfly ; Side B: Lust For Licks 

Jones, Karl (Mercury 2002) Side A: Mitzy ; Side B: Trouble In Mind 

Jones, Louella-Higgins, Billy/ Julia Moody (Regal 9749) Side A: Sweet Mandy ; Side B: Mad Mama's Blues 

Jones, Maggie-Henderson's Hot Six (Columbia 14074) Side A: Cheaton' On Me ; Side B: Mamma (Won't you Come And Ma-Ma-Ma) 

Joplin, Scott (Jazz Classics 534 ) Side A: Original Rags ; Side B: The Entertainer 

Jordan, Louis (Decca 24155) Side A: Look Out ; Side B: Early In The Mornin' 

Jordan, Louis and his Tympany Five (Decca 23610) Side A: That Chick's Too Young To Fry ; Side B: Choo Choo Ch' Boogie 

Jordan, Louis (Decca 18818) Side A: Beware ; Side B: Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin' 

Jordan, Louis and his Tympany Five (Decca 27114) Side A: Blue Light Boogie-Part One ; Side B: Blue Light Boogie-Part Two 

Jordan, Louis and his Tympany Five (Decca 8645) Side A: What's The Use Of Getting Sober ; Side B: The Chicks I Pick Are Slender And Tender And Tall 

Jordan, Louis and his Tympany Five (Decca 18734) Side A: Don't Worry 'Bout That Mule ; Side B: Buzz Me 

Jordan, Louis and his Tympany Five (Decca 27260) Side A: You Will Always Have A Friend ; Side B: I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby 

Jordan, Louis and his Tympany Five (Decca 24815) Side A: I Know What I've Got ; Side B: School Days 

Jordan, Louis and his Tympany Five (Decca 27129) Side A: I Want A Roof Over My Head ; Side B: Show Me How 

Jordan, Louis and his Tympany Five (Decca 8593) Side A: Knock Me A Kiss ; Side B: I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town 

Jordan, Louis and his Tympany Five (Decca 8500) Side A: Pompton Turnpike ; Side B: Do You Call That A Buddy 

Jordan, Louis and his Tympany Five (Decca 24877) Side A: Push Ka Pee Shee Pie ; Side B: Hungry Man 

Jordan, Louis and his Tympany Five (Decca 24448) Side A: Run Joe ; Side B: All For The Love Of Lil 

Jordan, Louis and his Tympany Five (Aladdin 3223) Side A: Dad Gum Ya Hide, Boy ; Side B: Whiskey Do Your Stuff 

78s. K 

Kahn, Art and his Orchestra (Columbia 769-D) Side A: I Ain't Got Nobody ; Side B: Hoodle Dee Doo Dee Doodoo 

Kaufman, Whitey (Original Pennsylvania Serenaders)/ S.S. Leviathan Orchestra (Victor 19127 ) Side A: Henpecked Blues-Fox Trot ; Side B: Louisville-Fox Trot 

Kazee, Buell / Bascom Lamar Lunsford (Brunswick 80089) Side A: Lady Gay ; Side B: The Derby Ram 

Kelley, Walter C. (Victor 45255) Side A: Darky Stories ; Side B: Irish Stories 

Kenton, Stan (Orchestra)/ Eddie Miller's Orchestra (Capitol 10040) Side A: Balboa Bash ; Side B: Our Monday Date 

King, B.B. (Kent 301) Side A: You Know I Go For You ; Side B: Why Do Everything Happen To Me 

King, B.B. "Blues Boy" (and his Orchestra) (RPM 459) Side A: Dark Is The Night (Part I) ; Side B: Dark Is The Night (Part II) 

King, B.B. "Blues Boy" and "The Kings Men"/B.B. "Blues Boy" King and his Orchestra (RPM 421) Side A: Sneakin' Around ; Side B: Everyday I Have The Blues 

King, B.B. "Blues Boy" (RPM 435) Side A: Talkin' The Blues ; Side B: Boogie Rock 

King Oliver's Jazz Band (British Rhythm Society 2) Side A: Where Did You Stay Last Night? ; Side B: Dippermouth Blues 

Kirk, Andy and his Clouds of Joy (Decca 18123) Side A: The Count ; Side B: Twelfth Street Rag 

Kirk, Andy and his Twelve Clouds of Joy (Decca 853) Side A: Give Her A Pint ; Side B: Moten Swing 

Kirk, Andy and his Twelve Clouds of Joy (Decca 744) Side A: I'se A Muggin' ; Side B: All The Jive Is Gone 

Kirk, Andy and his Clouds of Joy (Decca 2915) Side A: I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance ; Side B: Big Jim Blues 

Kirk, Andy and his Clouds of Joy (Decca 2217) Side A: I Won't Tell A Soul ; Side B: Toadie Toddle 

Kirk, Andy and his Orchestra (Decca 23959) Side A: Lovella ; Side B: Now You Tell Me 

Kirk, Andy and his Clouds of Joy (Decca 4381) Side A: Worried Life Blues ; Side B: Boogie Woogie Cocktail 

Kirk, Andy and his Clouds of Joy (Decca 1303) Side A: Worried Over You ; Side B: Wednesday Night Hop 

Knight, Marie and the South Winds (Decca 28545) Side A: Get Away Jordan ; Side B: Jesus Walk With Me 

Knight, Marie (Decca 48308) Side A: God Spoke to Me ; Side B: Calvary 

Knight, Marie with the Anita Kerr Sisters (Decca 28138) Side A: He's My Light ; Side B: Church In The Wildwood 

Knight, Marie (Decca 28339) Side A: It's Worth It ; Side B: Hold On 

Knight, Marie (Decca 48298) Side A: On My Appointed Time ; Side B: I Just Keep From Crying Sometimes 

Knight, Marie (Decca 48219) Side A: Satisfied With Jesus ; Side B: The Old Rugged Cross 

Knight, Marie (Decca 48285) Side A: Sit Down Servant ; Side B: Does Jesus Care 

Knight, Marie with Leroy Kirkland and his Orchestra (Decca 48327) Side A: What More Can I Do ; Side B: Trouble In Mind 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Okeh 5627) Side A: Blue Rhythm Fantasy Pt. 1 ; Side B: Blue Rhythm Fantasy Pt. 2 

Krupa, Gene Jazz Trio (Columbia 38214) Side A: Body And Soul ; Side B: Stompin At the Savoy 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 36726) Side A: Bolero At The Savoy ; Side B: Side By Side 

Krupa, Gene Band (Columbia 36986) Side A: Boogie Blues ; Side B: Lover 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 38382) Side A: Calling Doctor Gillsepie ; Side B: Up An Atom 

Krupa, Gene Sextet (Mercury 89057) Side A: Coronation Hop ; Side B: Paradise 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 36802) Side A: Leave Us Leap ; Side B: Dark Eyes 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 37589) Side A: Disc Jockey Jump ; Side B: Gene's Boogie 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 37531) Side A: Drum Boogie ; Side B: Leave Us Leap 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Brunswick 8139) Side A: Fare Thee Well, Annie Laurie ; Side B: Prelude To A Stomp 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 35262) Side A: On The Beam ; Side B: Hodge Podge 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Okeh 6046) Side A: How 'Bout That Mess ; Side B: Drum Boogie 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 38345) Side A: Tea For Two ; Side B: How High the Moon 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 35324) Side A: Drummin' Man ; Side B: I'd Love To Call You My Sweetheart 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 37209) Side A: It's A Good Day ; Side B: The Slow Mosquita 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Okeh 6506) Side A: Thanks For The Boogie Ride ; Side B: Keep 'Em Flying 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Okeh 6278) Side A: Kick It-Fox Trot ; Side B: After You've Gone-Fox Trot 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 37532) Side A: Drummin' Man ; Side B: Let Me Off Uptown 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Okeh 6695) Side A: Massachusetts-Fox Trot ; Side B: "Murder", He Says-Fox Trot 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 37224) Side A: Opus No. 1-Fox Trot ; Side B: Valse Triste-Fox Trot 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 37968) Side A: Please Don't Play Number Six Tonight-Fox Trot ; Side B: I May Be Wrong-Fox Trot 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 35454) Side A: Sierra Sue-Fox Trot ; Side B: Tiger Rag-Fox Trot 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 38520) Side A: Swiss Lullaby-(Waltz-Fox Trot) ; Side B: Gallopine Comedians 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 37533) Side A: That's What You Think ; Side B: Knock Me A Kiss-Fox Trot 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Okeh 6021) Side A: There'll Be Some Changes Made-Fox Trot ; Side B: These Things You Left Me-Fox Trot 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Okeh 6352) Side A: Tunin' Up ; Side B: Rockin' Chair 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 36819) Side A: What's This?-Fox Trot ; Side B: That Drummers Band-Fox Trot 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Okeh 6106) Side A: Wire Brush Stomp-Fox Trot ; Side B: Hamtramck-Fox Trot 

Krupa, Gene and his Orchestra (Columbia 36931) Side A: Yesterdays-Fox Trot ; Side B: Hop, Skip, And Jump (Honey, Hurry Hurry To Me)-Fox Trot 

Kyser, Kay and his Orchestra (Silvertone 536) Side A: Ma, She's Making Eyes At Me-Fox Trot ; Side B: Tie Me To Your Apron Strings Again-Fox Trot 

78s. L 

Ladd's Black Ace's (Gennett 4938) Side A: Sister Kate ; Side B: You Can Have Him, I Don't Want Him 

Ladner, Tommy and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10086) Side A: Weary Blues ; Side B: Ja-Da 

Ladner, Tommy and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10089) Side A: When You And I Were Young, Maggie ; Side B: Really The Blues 

LaMare, Nappy (Band) (Capitol 10025) Side A: High Society ; Side B: At the Jazz Band Ball 

LaMare, Nappy (Levee Loungers) (Capitol 15050) Side A: South Rampart Street Parade ; Side B: Mama Inez 

Lambert, Dave (Capitol 57-60001) Side A: Hawaiian War Chant ; Side B: Always 

Lambert, Dave (Capitol 57-60014) Side A: When The Red, Red, Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along ; Side B: Beban Cubop 

Lambert, Donald (Bluebird B-11053) Side A: Anitra's Dance ; Side B: Eligie 

Lambert, Donald (Bluebird B-11250) Side A: Pilgrim's Chorus ; Side B: Sextette 

Lang, Eddie -Joe Venuti (and their All Star Orchestra) (Brunswick 80077) Side A: Farewell Blues ; Side B: After You've Gone 

Lanin, Sam (Dance Orchestra) (Banner 1471) Side A: Everybody Loves My Baby ; Side B: Goo Goo! Goodnight Dear 

Lanin, Sam (Orchestra) (Banner 1204) Side A: Louisville Lou ; Side B: My Old Ramshackle Shack 

Lauder, Sir Harry (Victor 45205) Side A: I've Something In The Bottle For The Morning ; Side B: Same As His Father Was Before Him 

Lauder, Sir Harry (Victor 45195) Side A: In The Rotary ; Side B: Mr. John Mackay 

Lee, Julia and her Boy Friends (Capitol 956) Side A: Do You Want It? ; Side B: Decent Woman Blues 

Lee, Julia and her Boy Friends (Capitol 40056) Side A: My Sin ; Side B: Doubtful Blues 

Lee, Julia and her Boy Friends (Capitol 15367) Side A: I Didn't Like It The First Time ; Side B: Sit Down and Drink It Over 

Lee, Julia and her Boy Friends (Capitol 320) Side A: Julia's Blues ; Side B: When A Woman Loves A Man 

Lee, Julia and her Boy Friends (Capitol 40082) Side A: King Size Papa ; Side B: When You're Smiling 

Lee, Julia and her Boy Friends (Capitol 1370) Side A: Lies ; Side B: Gotta Gimme Whatcha Got 

Lee, Julia and Tommy Douglas' Orchestra/ Lee, Julia and Instrumental Trio (Mercury 8013) Side A: Lotus Blossom ; Side B: Dream Lucky Blues 

Lee, Julia and her Boy Friends (Capitol 340) Side A: Oh, Marie! ; Side B: On My Way Out 

Lee, Julia and her Boy Friends (Capitol 15060) Side A: That's What I Like ; Side B: Crazy World 

Lee, Julia and her Boy Friends (Capitol 57-70031) Side A: Oh, Chuck It ; Side B: You Ain't Got No More 

Lee, Julia and her Boy Friends (Capitol 379) Side A: Young Girl's Blues ; Side B: I'll Get Along Somehow 

Lee, Peggy (Capitol 218) Side A: Waitin' for the Train to Come In ; Side B: I'm Glad I Waited for You. Note: Performed with Dave Borbour Orchestra, Broken in 7 pieces 

Lee, Peggy (Capitol 236) Side A: I Can See it Your Way ; Side B: I Don't Know Enough About You. Note: Performed with Dave Borbour Orchestra, (Broken) 

Lee, Peggy (Capitol 263) Side A: Linger In My Arms A Little Longer, Baby ; Side B: Baby You can Count on Me. Note: (Broken) 

Lee, Peggy with Dave Barbour and his Orchestra (Capitol 419) Side A: Ain'tcha Ever Comin' Back ; Side B: Chi-Baba Chi-Baba 

Lee, Peggy with Dave Barbour and his Orchestra (Capitol 15151) Side A: Don't Smoke In Bed ; Side B: Everbody Loves Somebody 

Lee, Peggy with Dave Barbour and his Orchestra (Capitol 343) Side A: Everything's Movin' Too Fast ; Side B: It's Loving Time 

Lee, Peggy with Jack Marshall's Music (Capitol 3998) Side A: Fever ; Side B: You Don't Know 

Lee, Peggy with Dave Barbour and his Orchestra (Capitol 322) Side A: He's Just My Kind ; Side B: It's A Good Day 

Lee, Peggy with Dave Barbour and his Orchestra (Capitol 15009) Side A: Golden Earrings ; Side B: I'll Dance At Your Wedding 

Lee, Peggy with Dave Barbour and his Orchestra (Capitol 15232) Side A: So Dear To My Heart ; Side B: Love Your Spell Is Everywhere 

Lee, Peggy with Dave Barbour and The Brazilians (Capitol 15022) Side A: Manana ; Side B: All Dressed Up With A Broken Heart 

Lee, Peggy with Dave Barbour and his Orchestra (Capitol 15048) Side A: Laroo Laroo Lili Bolero ; Side B: Talking to Myself About You 

Lee, Peggy with Frank DeVol and his Orchestra (Capitol 15001) Side A: There'll Be Some Changes Made ; Side B: A Nightingale Can Sing The Blues 

Lee, Peggy with Orchestra (Capitol 197) Side A: What More Can A Woman Do? ; Side B: You Was Right, Baby 

Leighton, Bernie (Keynote 644) Side A: Moten Swing ; Side B: Have You Met Miss Jones 

Leighton, Bernie (Keynote 643) Side A: Things Are Lookin Up ; Side B: Beyond The Moon 

Le Maire-Rex Van, George (Victor 21054) Side A: The Black Jacks-Part 1 ; Side B: The Black Jacks-Part 2 

Leroy's Buddy (Decca 7690) Side A: Cheatin' Blues ; Side B: New So Much 

Leroy's Buddy (Decca 7724) Side A: Evil Yalla Woman ; Side B: It's Too Late Now 

Levee Loungers (Perfect 14926) Side A: My Melancholy Baby ; Side B: Lovely Little Silhouette 

Lewis, Meade Lux - Pete Johnson, Albert Ammons (Columbia 35960) Side A: Boogie Woogie Prayer-Part 1 ; Side B: Boogie Woogie Prayer-Part 2 

Lewis, Meade Lux (Asch 352-1) Side A: Boogie Tidal ; Side B: Yancey's Pride 

Lewis, Meade Lux (Asch 352-2) Side A: Glendale Glide ; Side B: Danapas Parade 

Liggins, Jimmie (Specialty 470) Side A: Drunk ; Side B: I'll Never Let You Go 

Liggins, Jimmie and his Honeydrippers (Exclusive 207) Side A: The Honeydrippers-Part 1 ; Side B: The Honeydrippers-Part 2 

Liggins, Joe and his Honeydrippers (Specialty 338) Side A: I've Got A Right To Cry ; Side B: The Honeydripper 

Liggins, Joe and his Honeydrippers (Exclusive 207) Side A: Lovers Lament ; Side B: Miss Betty's Blues 

Liggins, Joe and his Honeydrippers (Specialty 413) Side A: So Alone ; Side B: Oh, How I Miss You 

Ligget, Larry (Chess 1570) Side A: Junior's Mambo ; Side B: Jumping at the Woodside Mambo 

Little Esther and the Robins Johnny Otis Quintete/Leon Sims with Otis, Johnny (Orchestra) (Savoy 731) Side A: Double Crossing Blues ; Side B: Ain't Nothin Shakin' 

Little Jazz and his Trumpet Ensemble (Keynote 608) Side A: I Want To Be Happy ; Side B: Fiesta In Brass 

Little Jazz and his Trumpet Ensemble (Keynote 607) Side A: St. Louis Blues ; Side B: Don't Be That Way 

Little Ramblers, The (Columbia 217) Side A: Deep Sea Blues ; Side B: I'm Satisfied Beside That Sweetie O'Mine 

Little Richard (Specialty 579) Side A: Ready Teddy ; Side B: Rip It Up 

Little Richard (Specialty 584) Side A: She's Got It ; Side B: Heeby-Jeebles 

Lomax, Bess (Disc 607-3) Side A: Buffalo Gal ; Side B: Careless Love 

Little Esther with Mel Walker (Savoy 735) Side A: Mistrustin' Blues ; Side B: Misery 

Little Esther with Mel Walker (Savoy 735) Side A: Mistrustin' Blues ; Side B: Misery 

Lonesome Sundown (Excello 2132) Side A: I'm A Mojo Man ; Side B: Lonely Lonely Me 

Long, Wesley (Paramount 12932) Side A: Nobody's Sweetheart Now ; Side B: Down On The Farm 

Lopez, Vincent (and his Suave Swing Orchestra) (Bluebird 10283) Side A: Dark Eyes ; Side B: Swingin With The Goons 

Louisiana Five (Columbia A 2768) Side A: The Alcoholic Blues ; Side B: Kansas City Blues 

Lown, Bert and his Orchestra (Bluebird 5100) Side A: Charlie's Home-Fox Trot ; Side B: Black Panther-One Step 

Lown, Bert and his Hotel Biltmore Orchestra (Columbia 2292-D) Side A: Maybe It's Love ; Side B: I'll Be Blues, Just Thinking Of You 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 18594) Side A: Back Door Stuff-Part 1 ; Side B: Back Door Stuff-Part 2 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 415) Side A: Rain ; Side B: Because You're You 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Vocallion 4667) Side A: Blue Blazes ; Side B: Baby, Won't You Please Come Home 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 4125) Side A: Blues In The Night-Part 1 ; Side B: Blues In The Night-Part 2 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 3807) Side A: Chocolate ; Side B: Battle Axe 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Columbia 36054) Side A: Dinah-Part 1 ; Side B: Dinah-Part 2 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Columbia 35484) Side A: Easter Parade ; Side B: I'm All Alone With You 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 18534) Side A: Easy Street ; Side B: You're Always In My Dreams 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 1340) Side A: For Dancers Only ; Side B: Coquette 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 765) Side A: Hittin' The Bottle ; Side B: Dream Of You 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 23451) Side A: The Honeydripper ; Side B: Baby, Are You Kiddin'? 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 18324) Side A: I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town-Part 1 ; Side B: I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town-Part 2 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 682) Side A: I'm Nuts About Screwy Music ; Side B: I'm Walking Through Heaven With You 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Columbia 35510) Side A: I Got It ; Side B: What’s Your Story Morning Glory 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Columbia 35453) Side A: I Wanna Hear Swing Songs ; Side B: Sonata Pathetique 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 18504) Side A: It Had To Be You ; Side B: Keep Smilin', Keep Laughin', Be Happy 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 18463) Side A: Knock Me A Kiss ; Side B: Strictly Instrumental 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 1617) Side A: Margie ; Side B: Like A Ship At Sea 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Columbia 35567) Side A: Monotony In Four Flats ; Side B: I Ain't Gonna Study War No More 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 131) Side A: Mood Indigo ; Side B: Rose Room 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 1808) Side A: My Melancholy Baby ; Side B: By The River Sainte Marie 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 908) Side A: Organ Grinders Swing ; Side B: Sleepy Time Gal 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 1355) Side A: Posin' ; Side B: Honey Keep Your Mind On Me 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Vocallion 5430) Side A: Pretty Eyes ; Side B: It's Time To Jump and Shout 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Columbia 35782) Side A: Red Wagon ; Side B: You Ain't Nowhere 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 503) Side A: Four Or Five Times ; Side B: Runnin' Wild 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 1035) Side A: Running A Temperature ; Side B: My Last Affair 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 369) Side A: Rhythm Is Our Business ; Side B: Stardust 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Vocallion 4887) Side A: Time's A Wastin' ; Side B: Well All Right Then 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 3718) Side A: Twenty Four Robbers ; Side B: I Had A Premonition 

Lunceford, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Vocallion 5033) Side A: You Let Me Down ; Side B: I Want The Waiter 

Lutcher, Nelly and her Rhythm (Capitol 15148) Side A: Cool Water ; Side B: Lake Charles Boogie 

Lutcher, Nelly and her Rhythm (Capitol Americana 40063) Side A: Do You, Or Don't You Love Me? ; Side B: The Song Is Ended 

Lutcher, Nelly and her Rhythm (Capitol Americana 40017) Side A: He's A Real Gone Guy ; Side B: Let Me Love You Tonight 

Lutcher, Nelly and her Rhythm (Capitol Americana 40002) Side A: Hurry On Down ; Side B: The Lady's In Love With You 

Lutcher, Nelly and her Rhythm (Capitol 15032) Side A: The Pig Latin Songs ; Side B: Fine Brown Frame 

Lutcher, Nelly and her Rhythm (Capitol 10109) Side A: Reaching For the Moon ; Side B: There's Another Mule In Your Stall 

Lutcher, Nelly and her Rhythm (Capitol Americana 40042) Side A: My Mother's Eyes ; Side B: You Better Watch Yourself, Bub 

78s. M 

Mabon, Willie and his Combo (Chess 1531) Side A: I Don't Know ; Side B: Worry Blues 

Maggart, Bob and Ray Bauduc/ Bob Crosby and His Orchestra (Decca 25117) Side A: Big Noise From Winnetka ; Side B: Bob Crosby And His Orchestra. Note: Instrumental Duet 

Manning, Leola (Vocalion 1446) Side A: He Cares For Me ; Side B: He Fans Me 

Mannone, Wingy and his Orchestra (Bluebird 7197) Side A: Everything You Said Came True ; Side B: Getting Some Fun Out Of Life 

Mannone, Wingy and his Orchestra (Bluebird 7621) Side A: The Flat Foot Floogee-Fox Trot ; Side B: Martha-Fox Trot 

Mannone, Wingy and his Orchestra (Ara 143) Side A: General Jumped At Down ; Side B: Big Fat Ma, Skinny Pa 

Mannone, Wingy and his Orchestra (Capitol B442) Side A: Hello Baby ; Side B: Box Car Blues 

Mannone, Wingy and his Orchestra (Ara 145) Side A: If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight ; Side B: Tin Roof Blues 

Mannone, Wingy and his Orchestra (Bluebird 30-0801) Side A: My Honey's Lovin' Arms ; Side B: When My Sugar Walks Down the Street 

Mannone, Wingy and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-11298) Side A: Ochi Chornya-Fox Trot ; Side B: The Boogie Beat'll Getcha-F.T. 

Mannone, Wingy and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10604) Side A: South With The Border-Fox Trot ; Side B: Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet-Fox Trot 

Mannone, Wingy and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-11107) Side A: Stop The War-Fox Trot ; Side B: Mama's Gone, Good Bye-Fox Trot 

Markham, "Pigmeat" Alamo (Blue Note 509) Side A: See See Rider ; Side B: You've Been A Good Old Wagon 

Marsala, Joe and his Delta Six (Decca 18111) Side A: Twelve Bar Stampede ; Side B: Feather Bed Lament 

Martin, Sara (Okeh 8041) Side A: Sugar Blues ; Side B: Achin' Hearted Blues 

Martin, Sara (Okeh 8146) Side A: Every Woman Needs A Man ; Side B: Got To Leave My Home Blues 

Martin, Sara/ Fats Waller (Okeh 8045) Side A: Let Go Round Blues ; Side B: Mama's Got The Blues 

Martin, Sara (Okeh 8104) Side A: Roamin' Blues ; Side B: I've Got To Go and Leave My Daddy Behind 

Martin, Sara-Clarence Williams (Okeh 8108) Side A: Squabbling Blues ; Side B: I'm Cert'ny Gonna See 'Bout That 

Martin, Sara (Okeh 8041) Side A: Sugar Blues ; Side B: Achin' Hearted Blues 

Martin, Sara (Okeh 8043) Side A: You Got Ev'ry Thing A Sweet Mama Needs But Me ; Side B: Tain't Nobody's Business If I Do 

Martin, Sara (Okeh 8154) Side A: Too Late Now To Get Your Baby ; Side B: He's Never Gonna Throw Me Down 

Marvin, Johnny (Victor 20731) Side A: Magnolia ; Side B: Ain't That A Grand And Glorious Feeling 

Marvin, Johnny (Victor 20893) Side A: Marvelous ; Side B: It All Belongs To Me 

Mayflower Serenaders and Joe Candullo Orchestra (Perfect 14625) Side A: Valencia ; Side B: Betty. Note: Mayflower Serenaders (side a), Joe Candullo (side b) 

McClennan, Tommy (Bluebird 37-0716) Side A: I Love My Baby ; Side B: Shake It Up And Go 

[McCoy] Big Joe and his Washboard Band (Okeh 6141) Side A: If You Take Me Back ; Side B: I Love You Baby 

McGhee, Brownie (Disc 6059 ) Side A: Go On Blues ; Side B: The Way I Feel 

McGhee, Brownie and Sonny Terry (Savoy 5533) Side A: Knockabout Blues ; Side B: That's The Stuff 

McKinley, Ray and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-2736) Side A: Airizay ; Side B: Cincinnati 

McKinley, Ray and his Orchestra (Majestic 7211) Side A: That's Where I Came In ; Side B: Howdy Friends 

McKinley, Ray and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-3436) Side A: I'm Not Too Sure Of My L'Amour ; Side B: I Wanna Be Loved 

McKinley, Ray and his Orchestra (Majestic 7184) Side A: In The Land Of The Buffalo Nickel ; Side B: Sand Storm 

McKinley, Ray and his Orchestra (Majestic 7223) Side A: Ivy ; Side B: Meet Me At No Special Place 

McKinley, Ray and his Orchestra (Majestic 1187) Side A: Mint Julep ; Side B: Lazy Bones 

McKinley, Ray and his Orchestra (Majestic 7201) Side A: That Little Dream Got Nowhere ; Side B: Hangover Square 

McKinley, Ray's Jazz Band (Decca 1019) Side A: Love In The First Degree ; Side B: New Orleans Parade 

McKinley, Ray and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-3377) Side A: The Missouri Walking Preacher ; Side B: Similau 

McKinley, Ray and Some of the Boys (RCA Victor 20-2913) Side A: You Came A Long Way ; Side B: For Heavens Sake 

McPartland, Jimmy and his Orchestra (Decca 18042) Side A: China Boy ; Side B: Jazz Me Blues 

McPartland, Jimmy and his Sextet (Unison 501) Side A: The Daughter of Sister Kate ; Side B: In A Mist 

McPartland, Jimmy and his Orchestra (Decca 18441) Side A: Original Dixieland and One Step ; Side B: I'm All Bound 'Round With The Mason Dixon Line 

McPartland, Jimmy and his Orchestra (Decca 3363) Side A: Panama ; Side B: Eccentric 

McShann, Jay (Kansas City Stompers) (Capitol Criterion 10039) Side A: On The Sunny Side of the Street ; Side B: Moten Swing 

McPartland, Jimmy and his Orchestra (Decca 18043) Side A: Sugar ; Side B: The World Is Waiting For the Sunrise 

McShann, Jay (Kansas City Stompers) (Capitol 10030) Side A: Come On Over To My House ; Side B: Trouble In Mind 

[McShann, Jay] Witherspoon, Jimmy with Jay McShann and His Jazz-Men (Philo 108) Side A: Confessing The Blues ; Side B: Walking 

Melrose, Frank (Brunswick 80031) Side A: Pass The Jug ; Side B: Jelly Roll Stomp 

Memphis Jimmy/Tampa Red (RCA Victor 34-0748) Side A: Drifting ; Side B: I Can't Get Along With You 

Memphis Minnie (Vocalion 1476) Side A: Bumble Bee ; Side B: I'm Talking About You 

Memphis Minnie Duo (Okeh 6707) Side A: Looking The World Over ; Side B: Black Rat Swing 

Minnie Duo (Okeh 6733) Side A: When You Love Me ; Side B: Love Come And Go 

Memphis Slim and his House Rockers (Miracle M-125) Side A: Messin Around ; Side B: Midnight Jump 

[Merriweather,] Big Maceo (Bluebird 34-0703) Side A: Anytime For You ; Side B: Since You Been Gone 

[Merriweather,] Big Maceo (Bluebird 34-0743) Side A: Chicago Breakdown ; Side B: Wintertime Blues 

[Merriweather,] Big Maceo (Specialty 320) Side A: Do You Remember? ; Side B: Big City Blues 

[Merriweather,] Big Maceo (RCA Victor 20-2028) Side A: Maceo's 32-20 ; Side B: Texas Stomp 

Metronome All Star Band (Victor 27314) Side A: Bugle Call Rag-Fox Trot ; Side B: One O'Clock Jump-Fox Trot 

Metronome All Star Band (Capitol 15039) Side A: Leap Here ; Side B: Metronome Riff 

Meyers, Hazel (Vocalion A-14709) Side A: Awful Moanin' Blues ; Side B: He's Never Gonna Throw Me Down 

Mezzrow, Milton "Mezz" and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10085) Side A: Comin' On With The Come On-Pt. 1 ; Side B: Comin' On With The Come On-Pt. 2 

Mezzrow-Ladnier Quintet (Bluebird B-10090) Side A: Everybody Loves My Baby ; Side B: Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None Of My Jelly-Roll 

Milburn, Amos (Aladdin 3032) Side A: Roomin' House Boogie ; Side B: Empty Arm Blues 

Milburn, Amos (Aladdin 3043) Side A: Tell Me How Long Has The Train Been Gone? ; Side B: I'm Just A Fool In Love 

Miles, Lizzie (Columbia A-3897) Side A: Haitian Blues ; Side B: Sweet Smellin' Mama 

Miles, Lizzie (Brunswick 2462) Side A: My Pillow and Me ; Side B: Black Man 

Miles, Lizzie (Brunswick 2462) Side A: My Pillow and Me ; Side B: Black Man 

Miller, Eddie and his Orchestra (Capitol 170) Side A: Yesterdays ; Side B: Stomp, Mr. Henry Lee 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-1564) Side A: American Patrol ; Side B: Song of the Volga Boatmen 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10982) Side A: Anvil Chorus-Part 1-Fox Trot ; Side B: Anvil Chorus-Part 1-Fox Trot 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-11429) Side A: At The Presidents Birthday Ball ; Side B: Angels Of Mercy . Note: Damaged 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Victor 20-1536) Side A: Blue Rain ; Side B: Caribbean Clipper 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10372) Side A: Blue Orchids-Fox Trot ; Side B: Baby Me-Fox Trot 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10520) Side A: Careless-Fox Trot ; Side B: Vagabond Dreams 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-11382) Side A: Day Dreaming-Fox Trot ; Side B: A String Of Pearls-Fox Trot 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-2497) Side A: A Girl That I Remember ; Side B: Sunrise Symphony 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-1922) Side A: Give Me Five Minutes More ; Side B: Texas Tex 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Victor 20-1922) Side A: Helpless-Fox Trot ; Side B: When Johnny Comes Marching Home 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Victor 20-1563) Side A: Here We Go Again-Fox Trot ; Side B: Long Time No See Baby 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-11230) Side A: I Know Why-Fox Trot ; Side B: Chattanagooga Choo Choo-Fox Trot 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10553) Side A: In An Old Dutch Garden-Fox Trot ; Side B: Starlit Hour-Fox Trot 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10416) Side A: In The Mood ; Side B: I Want To Be Happy 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-1835) Side A: It Couldn't Be True! ; Side B: One More Tomorrow 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Victor 20-1546) Side A: It Must Be Jelly ; Side B: Rainbow Rhapsody 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-11079) Side A: It's Always You-Fox Trot ; Side B: Ida! Sweet As Apple Cider-Fox Trot 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (His Masters Voice B.D. 5612) Side A: Imagination-Fox Trot ; Side B: Star Dust 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-2510) Side A: Jingle Bells ; Side B: Ida! Sweet As Apple Cider 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Victor 20-1509) Side A: Juke Box Saturday Night-Fox Trot ; Side B: Sleep Town Train-Fox Trot 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Victor 27934) Side A: Kalamazoo-Fox Trot ; Side B: At Last-Fox Trot 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10286) Side A: Little Brown Jug-Fox Trot ; Side B: Pavanne-Fox Trot 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-11069) Side A: A Little Old Church In England ; Side B: When That Man Is Dead And Gone 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-2411) Side A: Missouri Waltz ; Side B: Pavanne 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-11401) Side A: Moonlight Cocktail ; Side B: Happy In Love 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-11480) Side A: On The Old Assembly Line ; Side B: When Johnny Comes Marching Home 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-2340) Side A: On Wisconsin ; Side B: Victory March 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-11110) Side A: The One I Love ; Side B: Sun Valley Jump 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10366) Side A: Over The Rainbow ; Side B: Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Victor 20-1529) Side A: Rhapsody In Blue ; Side B: Along The Sante Fe Trail 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10740) Side A: Slow Freight ; Side B: Bugle Call Rag 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-11029) Side A: Song Of The Volga Boatmen ; Side B: Chapel In The Valley 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-1567) Side A: Star Dust ; Side B: Pennsylvania Six-Five Thousand 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10214) Side A: Sunrise Serenade ; Side B: Moonlight Serenade 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Victor 27879) Side A: Sweet Eloise ; Side B: Sleep Song 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Victor 20-2337) Side A: The Sweetheart Of Sigma Chi ; Side B: Washington and Lee Swing 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-1834) Side A: Swing Low Sweet Chariot ; Side B: I'm Heading For California 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10612) Side A: Tuxedo Junction ; Side B: Danny Boy 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10388) Side A: Twilight Interlude ; Side B: Glenn Island Special 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-11438) Side A: When The Roses Bloom Again ; Side B: Always In My Heart 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-1951) Side A: The Wood Chuck Song ; Side B: Passe 

Miller, Glen and his Orchestra (Victor 27933) Side A: Yesterday's Gardenias ; Side B: The Humming-Bird 

Millinder, Lucky (Decca 18529) Side A: Are You Ready ; Side B: Apollo Jump 

Millinder, Lucky and his Orchestra (Decca 18779) Side A: Darlin' ; Side B: All The Time 

Millinder, Lucky and his Orchestra (Decca 18609) Side A: Hurry, Hurry ; Side B: I Can't See For Lookin' 

Millinder, Lucky and his Orchestra (Decca 18496) Side A: When The Lights Go On Again ; Side B: That's All 

Milton, Roy and his Solid Senders (Jukebox 503) Side A: Milton's Boogie ; Side B: Groovy Blues 

Milton, Roy and his Solid Senders (Milton, Roy 102) Side A: Red Light ; Side B: It Never Should Have Been This Way 

Milton, Roy and his Solid Senders (Specialty 504) Side A: R.M. Blues ; Side B: Rhythm Cocktail 

Mississippi Sheiks (Okeh 8784) Side A: Sitting On Top Of The World ; Side B: Lonely One In This Town 

Mole, Miff (Band) (Premium 853) Side A: High Society ; Side B: Light As A Feather 

Montgomery, Little Brother (Bluebird 6916) Side A: Out West Blues ; Side B: Leaving Town Blues 

Montgomery, Little Brother (Bluebird 6917) Side A: Shreveport Farewell ; Side B: Crescent City Blues 

Montgomery, Little Brother (Quintet) (Century 4010) Side A: Woman That I Love ; Side B: Swinin' With Lee 

Moore, Alice with Ike Rodgers (Paramount 14301) Side A: Black and Evil Blues ; Side B: Broadway Street Woman Blues 

Moore, Alice (Paramount 12973) Side A: Cold Iron Walls ; Side B: Have Money Blues 

Mouth, Gatemouth (National 4004) Side A: Bum Dee Dah Ra Dee ; Side B: Walking My Blues Away 

Moore, Johnny (Three Blazers) (Exclusive 243) Side A: Better Watch What You Do ; Side B: I Love To Make Love To You 

Moore, Johnny (Three Blazers) (Exclusive 240) Side A: New Orleans Blues ; Side B: I Surrender Dear 

Moore, Monette with Swing Shop Boys (Decca 7161) Side A: Rhythm For Sale ; Side B: Two Old Maids In A Folding Bed 

Moore, Sam (Victor 18849) Side A: Dream Kiss ; Side B: Laughing Rag 

Morgan, Helen (Victor 27684) Side A: More Than You Know ; Side B: Give Me A Heart To Sing To 

Morris, Clara (Bluebird B-8700) Side A: I'm Blue, Daddy ; Side B: I Stagger In My Sleep 

Morrow, Buddy and his Orchestra (Victor 20-5295) Side A: I Wonder Why ; Side B: Heap Big Beat 

Morse, Ella Mae and her Boogie Woogie Seven Stan Kenton and his Orchestra (Capitol 20129) Side A: A Little Further Down The Road ; Side B: The Spider and her Fly 

Morse, Miss Lee and her Blue Grass Boys (Silvertone 1301) Side A: Everybody Loves My Baby ; Side B: Better Shoot Straight With Your Mama 

Morse, Lee (Blue Grass Boys/Sam Lanin Orchestra) (Perfect 14726) Side A: Look Up and Smile ; Side B: Sunday 

Morton, Jelly Roll with Johnny Dunn and his Band (Hot Jazz Club of America 75) Side A: Buffalo Blues ; Side B: Sergeant Dunn's Bugle Call Blues 

Morton, Jelly Roll Seven (General Tavern Tunes 1704) Side A: Good Old New York ; Side B: Big Lip Blues 

Morton, Jelly Roll (Victor 20772) Side A: Hyena Stomp ; Side B: Billy Goat Stomp 

Morton, Jelly Roll (Hot Jazz Club of America 35) Side A: Load Of Coal ; Side B: Mississippi Mildred 

Morton, Jelly Roll (Bluebird B-8302) Side A: Strokin' Away ; Side B: Low Gravy 

Morton, Jelly Roll (General 1703) Side A: Sweet Substitute ; Side B: Panama 

Morton, Jelly Roll (Reissue 8) Side A: Wolverine Blues ; Side B: My Gal 

Morton, Tommy (Grangers) (Perfect 14729) Side A: Baby Mine Jazz ; Side B: Hello Bluebird 

Mosely, Snub (Decca 7728) Side A: Swing with Mose ; Side B: The Man with the Funny Little Horn 

Moss, Teddy (Varsity 6065) Side A: Heart Breaker Blues ; Side B: Rocky Luck Blues 

Moten, Bennie (Kansas City Orchestra) (Bluebird 6431) Side A: It's Hard To Laugh or Smile ; Side B: Hot Town 

Moten, Bennie (Kansas City Orchestra) (Bluebird 6638) Side A: Mary Lee ; Side B: Tough Breaks 

Moten, Bennie (Kansas City Orchestra) (Victor 20995) Side A: Moten Stomp ; Side B: Clifford Haye's Louisville Stompers 

Moten, Bennie (Kansas City Orchestra) (Okeh 8184) Side A: Tulsa Blues ; Side B: Goofy Dust 

Mound City Blue Blowers (Brunswick 2581) Side A: Arkansas Blues ; Side B: Blue Blues 

Mound City Blue Blowers (Decca 1274 ) Side A: High Society Blues ; Side B: Muskrat Ramble 

Mound City Blue Blowers (Brunswick 2602) Side A: San ; Side B: Red Hot 

Muddy Waters (Chess 1571) Side A: Just Make Love To Me ; Side B: Oh! Yea 

Murphy, Rose (Majestic 1219) Side A: Time On My Hands ; Side B: Wishing 

Murray, Dudley (Victor 16821) Side A: The Whistling Coon ; Side B: The King Of Rags 

Music of Equitorial Africa (Ethnic Folkways Library 15) Side A: 1. Babinga Pygmy Chorus 2. Babinga Dance ; Side B: 1. Kouyou Medicine Song 2. Kouyou Women's Dance 

78s. N 

NML Dance Orchestra (NML 1208) Side A: Sometimes I'm Happy ; Side B: How Can A Girl Like You Like Me 

Negro Folk Music of Alabama Vol. 1, Secular (Ethnic Folkways Library 1483) Side A: 1. Mama's Goin' To Buy Him A Little Lap Dog 2. Soon As My Backs Turned ; Side B: 1. She Done Got Ugly 2. Now Your Man Done Gone 

Negro Folk Music of Alabama Vol. 1, Secular (Ethnic Folkways Library 1484) Side A: Field Calls ; Side B: Brer Rabbit and the Alligators 

Negro Folk Music of Alabama Vol. 1, Secular (Ethnic Folkways Library 1482) Side A: 1. Kansas City Blues 2. Salty Dog Blues ; Side B: 1. I'm Goin' Up North 2. Little Sally Walker 3. See See Rider 

Negro Folk Music of Alabama Vol. 2, Religious (Ethnic Folkways Library 1488) Side A: Prayer ; Side B: 1. Prayer Meeting 2. Move Members Move 

New Dixie Demons (Deca 5253) Side A: It Ain't Right ; Side B: Za-Zoo-Za 

New Orleans Blackbirds (Bluebird B-6611) Side A: Baby ; Side B: Red Head 

New Synco Jazz Band (Perfect 14092) Side A: Aggravatin' Papa ; Side B: You've Got To See Mama Ev'ry Night 

New Synco Jazz Band (Perfect 14178) Side A: Somebody's Wrong ; Side B: House of David Blues 

Nichols, Red and his Five Pennies (Jump 21) Side A: Battle Hymn-Pt. 1 ; Side B: Battle Hymn-Pt. 2 

Nichols, Red and his Five Pennies (Brunswick 6160) Side A: Fan It ; Side B: How Long 

Nichols, Red and his Five Pennies (Brunswick 6814) Side A: Washboard Blues ; Side B: That's No Bargain 

Nick and his Creole Serenaders (Circle 1018) Side A: Mo Pas Lemme Cas ; Side B: Sale Dame 

Night Club Orchestra, The (Harmony 102) Side A: Flamin' Mamie ; Side B: Behind The Clouds 

Noone, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Vocallion 2779) Side A: Apex Blues ; Side B: My Daddy Rocks Me 

Noone, Jimmie and his Orchestra (Decca 18095) Side A: Key Stone Blues ; Side B: New Orleans Hop Scop Blues 

Nora and Delle and their Ham Trio (Decca 7852) Side A: Army Camp Blues ; Side B: Get Away From My Window 

Norfolk Jazz Quartette (Okeh 4318) Side A: Jelly Roll Blues ; Side B: Southern Jack 

78s. O 

Okeh Syncopators (Okeh 40072) Side A: Nobody's Sweetheart ; Side B: Why Don't Ya Kiss That Girl? 

[Oliver, King] King Oliver's Jazz Band (British Rhythm Society 2) Side A: Where Did You Stay Last Night? ; Side B: Dippermouth Blues 

Oliver, Sy and his Orchestra (Decca 27094) Side A: Wagon Wheels ; Side B: I Ain't Got Nobody 

Oliver, Sy and his Orchestra (Decca 27185) Side A: Organ Grinders Swing ; Side B: I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby 

Olsen, George And His Music (Victor 19419) Side A: My Papa Doesn't Two-time No Time ; Side B: Superstitious Blues 

Onivas, D. and Orchestra (Perfect 14272) Side A: Doodle-Doo-Doo ; Side B: Big Boy 

Original Dixieland Five (Victor 25524) Side A: Tiger Rag ; Side B: Skelton Jangle 

Original Dixieland Jazz Band (Victor 18457) Side A: At The Jazz Band Ball ; Side B: Ostrich Walk 

Original Dixieland Jazz Band (Victor 18850) Side A: Bow Wow Blues ; Side B: Railroad Blues 

Original Dixieland Jazz Band (Victor 18722) Side A: Broadway Rose ; Side B: Sweet Mama 

Original Dixieland Jazz Band (Victor 18798) Side A: Dangerous Blues ; Side B: Royal Garden Blues 

Original Dixieland Jazz Band (Victor 18255) Side A: Dixie Jazz Band One-Step ; Side B: Lively Stable Blues 

Original Dixieland Jazz Band (Victor 18564) Side A: Fidgety Feet ; Side B: Lazy Daddy 

Original Dixieland Jazz Band (Victor 18729) Side A: Home Again Blues ; Side B: Crazy Blues 

Original Dixieland Jazz Band (Victor 18717) Side A: Margie ; Side B: Palesteena 

Original Dixieland Jazz Band (Victor 18772) Side A: St. Louis Blues ; Side B: Jazz Me Blues 

Original Memphis Five (Banner 1132) Side A: Bee's Knees ; Side B: Stop Your Kiddin 

Original Memphis Five (Victor 19170) Side A: I've Got A Song For Sale ; Side B: Tin Roof Blues 

Original Memphis Five (Perfect 14121) Side A: That Red Head Gal ; Side B: I Never Miss The Sunshine 

Original Memphis Five (Columbia 155-D) Side A: It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo' ; Side B: Red Hot Mamma 

Original Pennsylvania Serenaders (Victor 19049) Side A: You Tell Her-I Shudder ; Side B: That Red Head Gal 

Original Six (Okeh 4774) Side A: He May Be Your Man (But He Comes to See Me Sometimes) ; Side B: Whoa, Tillie, Take Your Time! 

Oriole Orchestra (Brunswick 2473) Side A: South Sea Eyes ; Side B: Slow Poke 

Ory, Kid (Creole Jazz Band) (Crescent 4) Side A: 1919 ; Side B: Down Home Rag 

Ory, Kid (Creole Jazz Band) (Crescent 5) Side A: Careless Love ; Side B: Do What Ory Say? 

Ory, Kid (Creole Jazz Band) (Decca 25134) Side A: High Society ; Side B: Blanche Touquotoux 

Ory, Kid (Creole Jazz Band) (Crescent 3) Side A: Maryland ; Side B: Oh Didn't He Ramble 

Ory, Kid (Creole Jazz Band) (Crescent 6) Side A: Original Dixieland One Step ; Side B: Ory's Creole Trombone 

Ory, Kid (Creole Jazz Band) (Crescent 1) Side A: South ; Side B: Creole Songs 

Ossman, Vess L. (Victor 16779) Side A: Buffalo Rag (Turpin) ; Side B: Barnyard Serenade 

Ossman, Vess L. (Victor 1291) Side A: Creole Belles 

Ossman, Vess L. (Victor 16092) Side A: A Gay Gossoon ; Side B: St. Louis Tickle 

Ossman, Vess L. (Cort Record 282) Side A: Maple Leaf Rag ; Side B: Red Pepper Rag 

Ossman, Vess L. (Columbia Record A937) Side A: St. Louis Tickle ; Side B: Silver Bell 

Ossman, Vess L. (Victor Monarch Record 151 ) Side A: The Stars and Stripes Forever 

Ossman, Vess L. (Victor 16390) Side A: Turkey In The Straw Medley ; Side B: Auld Lang Syne 

Ossman-Dudley Trio (Victor 4659) Side A: Koontown Kaffe Klatsch 

Otis, Johnny (Orchestra)/Little Esther And Junior with Otis, Johnny (Orchestra) (Savoy 824) Side A: Chittlin' Switch ; Side B: Get Together Blues 

Otis, Johnny (Orchestra) (Regent 1036) Side A: I Dream ; Side B: Hangover Blues 

78s. P 

Page, Hot Lips and His Orchestra (Continental 6003) Side A: Big "D' Blues ; Side B: It Ain't Like That 

Page, Hot Lips Hot Seven (Savoy 605) Side A: I Keep Rollin' On ; Side B: Dance Of The Tambourine 

Page, "Lips" and his Band (Apollo 1041) Side A: Open The Door, Richard ; Side B: Texas and Pacific 

Page, Oran "Hot Lips " and his Band (Decca 18124) Side A: South ; Side B: Lafayette 

Page, Hot Lips and His Orchestra (Continental 6017) Side A: They Raided The Joint ; Side B: Florida Blues 

Paige, Jewel and her Brown Brownies (Decca 7863) Side A: I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None O' This Jelly Roll ; Side B: Give It Up 

Patricola, Isabelle (Vocalion 14676) Side A: If I Can't Get The Sweetie I Want ; Side B: Mama Goes Where Papa Goes 

Peabody, Eddie (Domino 0150) Side A: Sextette From "Lucia" ; Side B: Poet and Peasant Overture 

Penny, Dr. Clarence (Victor 17694) Side A: Indianola Patrol-One Step ; Side B: Toots 

Perkins, Carl (Sun 234) Side A: Blue Suede Shoes ; Side B: Honey, Don't! 

Phelps, Norman (Decca 5237) Side A: Talkin' Bout You ; Side B: Nobody's Business But My Own 

Phillips, Washington (Columbia 14333-D ) Side A: Denomination Blues-Part 1 ; Side B: Denomination Blues-Part 2 

Pigmeat Pete and Catjuice Charlie (Columbia 14513-D ) Side A: Old Age Is Creeping Upon You ; Side B: Our Family Doctor 

Pollack, Ben and his Park Central Orchestra (Victor 21743) Side A: She's One Sweet Show Girl ; Side B: Buy, Buy For Baby 

Pollack, Ben and his Park Central Orchestra (Decca 2057) Side A: After You've Gone ; Side B: Looking At The World Thru Rose Colored Glasses 

Pollack, Ben Orchestra (Hit of the Week 1026) Side A: I'm Folowing You 

Pollack, Ben Orchestra (Decca 1476) Side A: Have You Ever Been In Heaven? ; Side B: Mama I Wanna Make Rhythm 

Pollack, Ben Orchestra (Decca 1488) Side A: The Snake Charmer ; Side B: I'm In My Glory 

Powell, Mel (Capitol 15056) Side A: Anything Goes ; Side B: That Old Black Magic 

Powell, Mel and his Orchestra (Commodore 543) Side A: When Did You Leave Heaven? ; Side B: Blue Skies 

Powell, Mel and his Orchestra (Commodore 544) Side A: The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise ; Side B: Mood At Twilight 

Powell, Teddy and his Orchestra (Decca 3383) Side A: Indian Boogie Woogie ; Side B: Teddy Bear Boogie . Note: feat. Tommy Linehan 

Powers, Ollie (Orchestra) (American Music 7) Side A: Play That Thing ; Side B: Blues For Rampart St. 

Preacher Rollo and the Five Saints (MGM 30691) Side A: Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me ; Side B: Jelly Roll 

Preacher Stevens and his Orchestra (RPM 414) Side A: So Far Away ; Side B: Whoopin' And Hollerin' 

Price, Jessy and his Blues Band (Capitol 391) Side A: Big Town Blues ; Side B: You Can't Take It With You 

Price, Jessy and his Blues Band (Capitol 326) Side A: Sweet Man Blues ; Side B: Sleepy Baby Blues 

Price, Jessy and his Blues Band (Capitol 40014) Side A: That's The Way She Feels ; Side B: Blue Book Boogie 

Price, Sam and his Texas Blusicians (Decca 8575) Side A: Do You Dig My Jive ; Side B: Boogie Woogie Moan 

Prince's Band (Columbia A2327) Side A: Beale Street Blues ; Side B: Lilly Of The Valley 

Prince's Band (Columbia A1307) Side A: Too Much Mustard ; Side B: On The Mississippi 

Prince's Orchestra, The (Columbia a1784) Side A: A Hunt In the Black Forrest ; Side B: Nigger in the Barnyard 

Professor Longhair and his New Orleans Boys (Atlantic 906) Side A: Prof. Longhair Blues ; Side B: Walk Your Blues Away 

Professor Longhair and his Blues Scholars (Atlantic 1020) Side A: Tipitina ; Side B: In The Light 

Profit, Clarence (Trio) (Decca 8527) Side A: Dark Eyes ; Side B: Azure 

Pryor, Arthur (Band) (Victor 5684) Side A: Frozen Bill (Pryor) 

Pryor, Arthur (Band) (Victor 16043) Side A: That Rag ; Side B: "Real Swing" March 

Pryor, Arthur (Band) (Victor 17380) Side A: The Whisper and His Dog ; Side B: The Warbler's Serenade 

Pryor, Martha (Perfect 12113) Side A: Waitin' Around ; Side B: I'm Goin South 

78s. Q-R 

Quintet Of The Hot Club Of France (Decca 41010) Side A: Belleville ; Side B: Liza 

Raderman's Roysterers/The Manhattan Dance Makers (Harmony 25-H) Side A: Want A Little Lovin' ; Side B: Brown Eyes-Why Are You Blue? 

Raderman's Roysterers/The Manhattan Dance Makers (Harmony 25-H) Side A: Want A Little Lovin' ; Side B: Brown Eyes-Why Are You Blue? 

Rainey, "Ma" and her Georgia Band (Paramount 2) Side A: New Bo-Weavil Blues ; Side B: Moonshine Blues 

Rainey, "Ma" and her Georgia Band (Paramount 12311) Side A: Rough and Tumble Blues ; Side B: Memphis Bound Blues 

Rainey, "Ma" and her Georgia Band (Paramount 3) Side A: Slow Driving Blues ; Side B: Gone Daddy Gone 

Rainey, "Ma" (American Music 6) Side A: Those Dogs Of Mine ; Side B: Lucky Rock Blues 

Ravens, The (National 9035) Side A: Ol' Man River ; Side B: Would You Believe Me 

Ravens, The (National 9085) Side A: There's Nothing Like A Woman In Love ; Side B: Careless Love 

Red and his Washboard Band (Vocalion 3965) Side A: Prowling Groundhog No. 2 ; Side B: Don't Tear My Clothes No. 3 

Red Norvo's Nine (Capitol 15253) Side A: Bop ; Side B: I'll Follow You 

Red Norvo's Nine (Capitol 15083) Side A: Under A Blanket Of Blue ; Side B: Holly Ridge Drive 

Reed, Jimmy (Vee Jay 226) Side A: You've Got Me Dizzy ; Side B: Honey, Don't Let Me Go 

Reser, Harry (Syncopators) (Columbia 1761) Side A: I'm Wild About Horns On Automobiles ; Side B: Kansas City Kitty 

Rhodes, Todd (Orchestra) (Vita-coustic 1001) Side A: Bell-Boy Boogie ; Side B: Flying Disc . Note: Damaged 

Rich, Fred and his Hotel Astor Orchestra (Harmony 119-H) Side A: Poor Papa ; Side B: Bell Hoppin' Blues 

Rich, Fred (Radio Orchestra) (Hit of the Week K1) Side A: It's The Girl 

Richardson, Mabel-Mike Jackson (Victor 20181) Side A: Just Too Bad ; Side B: I'm Gonna Kill Myself 

Ring, Blanche (Victor 60032) Side A: Come, Josephine, In My Flying Machine 

Roberts, Lucky (Cirlce 1027) Side A: Pork and Beans ; Side B: Music Box Rag 

Robeson, Paul (Columbia 17381) Side A: John Henry ; Side B: Water Boy 

Robinson, Willard and his Orchestra (Perfect 14908) Side A: I Feel Head Over Heels In Love ; Side B: When The Morning Glories Wake Up In The Morning 

Rodgers, Ike (Duo) (Century 3003) Side A: It Hurts So Good ; Side B: Screenin' The Blues 

Rodgers, Jimmie (Victor 21142) Side A: Blue Yodel ; Side B: Away Out On The Mountain 

Rogers, Will (Victor 45347) Side A: A New Slant On War ; Side B: Timely Topics 

Rollini, Adrian and his Orchestra/Bud Freeman and the Summa Cum Laude Orchestra (Decca 3525 ) Side A: Somebody Loves Me ; Side B: Satanic Blues 

Rollini, Adrian (Decca 1132) Side A: Vibrollini ; Side B: Jitters 

Rosenkrantz, Timmy and his Band (Continental 6012) Side A: Bouncy ; Side B: Blue At Dawn 

Ross, "Black Face" Eddie (Victor 18815) Side A: Ross's Dog Trot ; Side B: Ross' Reel 

Ross, "Black Face" Eddie (Victor 18926) Side A: Ross' Double Shuffle ; Side B: Ross' Juba 

Ross, "Black Face" Eddie (Victor 19213) Side A: Ross' Ju Ju Man ; Side B: Ross' Florida Cracker 

Russin, Babe (Quartet) (Keynote 630 ) Side A: Like Someone In Love ; Side B: All The Things You Are 

78s. S 

Socarras and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-5992) Side A: Mood Indigo ; Side B: I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm 

Salt and Pepper (Cameo 1151) Side A: Holdin' the Sack ; Side B: Doodle-Doo-Doo 

Sammy Sampson (Big Bill Broonzy) (Perfect 186) Side A: Meanist Kind of Blues ; Side B: I Got The Blues For My Baby 

Sandhills Sixteen (Victor 20903) Side A: Shine On Me ; Side B: What Sort O'Robes Do De Angels Wear? 

Saunders, Red and his Orchestra (Okeh 6862) Side A: Hambone ; Side B: Boot 'Em Up 

Doc Sausage and his Mad Lads (Regal 3251) Side A: You Got Me Cryin ; Side B: Rag Mop 

Sauter-Finegan Orchestra (Victor 20-4927) Side A: April In Paris ; Side B: Moonlight On The Ganges 

Sauter-Finegan Orchestra (Victor 20-4866) Side A: Doodletown Fifers ; Side B: Azure-Te (Paris Blues) 

Sauter-Finegan Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-5359) Side A: The Moon Is Blue ; Side B: "O" (Oh!) 

Sauter-Finegan Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-5166) Side A: Stop Beatin' Round The Mulberry Bush ; Side B: Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum 

Sauter-Finegan Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-4867) Side A: Stop! Sit Down! Relax! Think! ; Side B: Rain 

Sauter-Finegan Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-5307) Side A: Time To Dream ; Side B: The Honey Jump 

Savitt, Jan and his Top Hatters (Bluebird B-10005) Side A: Quaker City Jazz ; Side B: Sugar Foot Stomp 

Savitt, Jan and his Top Hatters (Bluebird B-7733) Side A: That's A Plenty ; Side B: Futuristic Shuffle 

Savoy Bearcats (Victor 20460) Side A: Stampede ; Side B: Hot Notes 

Scarce Crow, The (Varsity 6024) Side A: Easy Creeping Mama ; Side B: Shake My Tree 

Scott, Hazel (Decca 18342) Side A: Dark Eyes ; Side B: Hallelujah! 

Scott, Hazel (Signature 15025) Side A: A Rainy Night In G ; Side B: How High the Moon 

Scott, Tony and his Down Beat Club Street (Gotham 105) Side A: All Too Soon ; Side B: Ten Lessons With Timothy 

Seeley, Blossom and Benny Fields (Decca 28359) Side A: Jealous ; Side B: Dixie Dreams 

Senter, Boyd (Perfect 14517) Side A: Shake Your Dogs ; Side B: Wake 'Em Up 

Senter, Boyd and his Senterpedes (Okeh 41059) Side A: Somebody's Wrong ; Side B: Enale Blues 

Shavers, Charley and his All American Five (Keynote K-619) Side A: My Man ; Side B: El Salon de Gutbucket 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 26542) Side A: Adios,Mariquita Linda ; Side B: Frenesi 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Bluebird 7759) Side A: Any Old Time ; Side B: Back Bay Shuffle 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Victor 20-1696) Side A: Bedford Drive ; Side B: Tabu 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Victor 27411) Side A: Blues-Part 1 ; Side B: Blues-Part 2 

Shaw, Art and his New Music (Vocalion 4401) Side A: The Blues-A ; Side B: The Blues-B 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Victor 27609) Side A: This Time The Dreams On Me ; Side B: Blues In The Night 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Victor 27335) Side A: Dancing In The Dark ; Side B: Smoke Gets In Your Eyes 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Victor 27548) Side A: Dancing In The Dark ; Side B: Traffic Jam 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10178) Side A: Deep Purple ; Side B: Pastel Blue 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10134) Side A: Delightful Delirium ; Side B: I Want My Share Of Love 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Victor 26563) Side A: Point Fall Asleep ; Side B: Gloomy Sunday 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Muisccraft 389) Side A: Get Out Of Town ; Side B: Night and Day 

Shaw, Artie and his Gramercy Five (Victor 20-1800) Side A: Hop, Skip and Jump ; Side B: Mysterioso 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Victor 20-1638) Side A: I'll Never Be The Same ; Side B: S Wonderful 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10188) Side A: I'm In Love With the Honorable Mr. So and So ; Side B: Prosschai 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Victor 27719) Side A: I Ask The Stars ; Side B: Take Your Shoes Off Baby 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-1933) Side A: I Could Write A Book ; Side B: A Foggy Day 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Victor 20-1934) Side A: I Cover The Waterfront ; Side B: Marinela 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10307) Side A: I Poured My Heart Into A Song ; Side B: When Winter Comes 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-7746) Side A: Indian Love Call ; Side B: Begin The Beguine 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-1932) Side A: Kasbah ; Side B: Lament 

Shaw, Artie and his New Music (Vocalion 4438) Side A: Let 'Er Go ; Side B: I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Victor 20-1934) Side A: Make Love To Me ; Side B: Solid Sam 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10128) Side A: The Man I Love ; Side B: Vilia 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Victor 27405) Side A: Moonglow ; Side B: My Blue Heaven 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Victor 27549) Side A: Moonglow ; Side B: Serenade To A Savage 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-7875) Side A: Nightmare ; Side B: Non-Stop Flight 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10430) Side A: Oh Lady Be Good ; Side B: I Surender Dear 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10202) Side A: One Night Stand ; Side B: One Foot In The Grave 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Victor 27343) Side A: Pyramid ; Side B: This Is Romance 

Shaw, Artie and his Gramercy Five (RCA Victor 20-1929) Side A: Scuttle Butt ; Side B: The Gentle Grifter 

Shaw, Artie and his Gramercy Five (Victor 20-1668) Side A: September Song ; Side B: Little Jazz 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Harmony 1016) Side A: Sobbin' Blues ; Side B: Copenhagen 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10054) Side A: Softly, As In A Morning ; Side B: Copenhagen 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Victor 27230) Side A: Star Dust ; Side B: Temptation 

Shaw, Artie and his Orchestra (Bluebird B-10127) Side A: Zigneuner ; Side B: Supper Time 

Sherwood, Bobby and Billy Butterfield's Orchestra (Capitol 10037) Side A: In the Dark ; Side B: Oh Lady Be Good. Note: Bobby Sherwood (side a), Billy Butterfield's Orchestra (side b) 

Sherwood, Bobbie and his Orchestra (Capitol 1539) Side A: The Elk's Parade ; Side B: Sherwoods Forest 

Sherwood, Bobbie and his Orchestra (Capitol 231) Side A: Snap Your Fingers ; Side B: Cotton Trail 

Sherwood, Bobbie and his Orchestra (Capitol 161) Side A: Swingin' At The Semloh ; Side B: Arkanas 

Short, Albert E. and his Tivoli Syncopaters (Vocalion 14600) Side A: Long Lost Mamma ; Side B: Sobbing Blues 

Short, Albert E. and his Tivoli Syncopaters (Vocalion 14554) Side A: Wolverine Blues ; Side B: Liza 

Singleton, Zutty (Band) (Capitol 10023) Side A: Crawfish Blues ; Side B: Cajun Love Song 

Singleton, Zutty and his Orchestra (Decca 25102) Side A: King Porter Stomp ; Side B: Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble 

Sissle, Noble-Eubie Blake (Victor 19086) Side A: Down Hearted Blues ; Side B: Waitin' for the Eveniin' Mail 

Sissle, Noble-Eubie Blake (Victor 19494) Side A: Manda ; Side B: Dixie Moon 

Sissle, Noble-Eubie Blake (Victor 19253) Side A: Old Fashioned Love ; Side B: Sweet Henry 

Slack, Freddy and his Orchestra (Capitol 172) Side A: Small Batch O' Nod ; Side B: Cuban Sugar Milk 

Slim and Slam (Vocalion 4021) Side A: Flat Fleet Floogie ; Side B: Chinatown, My Chinatown 

Slim and Slam (Vocalion 4346) Side A: Jump Session ; Side B: Vol Vist Du Gaily Star 

Slim and Slam (Vocalion 4225) Side A: Tutti-Fruiti ; Side B: Look-A-There 

Smith, Bessie and Her Down Home Trio (Columbia A-3877) Side A: Aggravatin' Papa ; Side B: Beale Street Mama 

Smith, Bessie (Columbia A-3936) Side A: Bleeding Heart Blues ; Side B: Midnight Blues 

Smith, Bessie (Columbia 14083-) Side A: Careless Love Blues ; Side B: He's Gone Blues 

Smith, Bessie (Columbia A-3844) Side A: Down Hearted Blues ; Side B: Gulf Coast Blues 

Smith, Bessie (Jazz Classics 522) Side A: Foolish Man Blues ; Side B: Dyin' By The Hour 

Smith, Bessie (Columbia 14010) Side A: Haunted House Blues ; Side B: Eavesdroppers Blues 

Smith, Bessie (Temple 522 ) Side A: Hustlin' Dan ; Side B: Black Mountain Blues 

Smith, Bessie (Columbia 14427) Side A: I'm Wild About That Thing ; Side B: You've Got To Give Me Some 

Smith, Bessie (Columbia A-3942) Side A: If You Don't Know ; Side B: Nobody In Town Can Bake A Sweet Jelly Roll Like Mine 

Smith, Bessie (Columbia A-4001) Side A: Jailhouse Blues ; Side B: Graveyard Dream Blues 

Smith, Bessie (Columbia A-3888) Side A: Oh Daddy Blues ; Side B: Baby Won't You Please Come Home 

Smith, Bessie (Columbia 14115) Side A: Red Mountain Blues ; Side B: I've Been Mistreated And I Don't Like It 

Smith, Bessie (Columbia 37576) Side A: See If I'll Care ; Side B: Baby Have Pity On Me 

Smith, Bessie (Columbia 14020) Side A: Sorrowful Blues ; Side B: Rocking Chair Blues 

Smith, Bessie (Circle 1016) Side A: St. Louis Blues Pt. 1 ; Side B: St. Louis Blues Pt. 2 

Smith, Bessie (Circle 1017) Side A: St. Louis Blues Pt. 3 ; Side B: St. Louis Blues Pt. 4 

Smith, Bessie (Columbia 14020) Side A: Workhouse Blues ; Side B: House Rent Blues 

Smith, Clara (Columbia 3966) Side A: All Night Blues ; Side B: Play It 

Smith, Clara and her Jazz Babies (Columbia 14192) Side A: Cheatin Daddy ; Side B: You Don't Know Who's Shakin Your Tree 

Smith, Clara (Columbia 14026) Side A: Good Looking Papa Blues ; Side B: Don't Advertise Your Man 

Smith, Clara (Columbia 4000) Side A: I Never Miss The Sunshine ; Side B: Awful Moanin' Blues 

Smith, Clara (Columbia 3961) Side A: Kind Lovin' Blues ; Side B: Down South Blues 

Smith, Clara (Columbia 14294) Side A: Race Track Blues ; Side B: Jelly Bean Blues 

Smith, Clara (Columbia 14019) Side A: West Indies Blues ; Side B: The Clearing House Blues 

Smith, Clementine (Pathe Actuelle 032067) Side A: Hard Luck Blues ; Side B: Strange Man 

Smith, Effie (Gem 7 ) Side A: Effie's Blues ; Side B: I'm In The Groove Tonight 

Smith, Joseph C. (Orchestra) (Victor 18618A ) Side A: Tulip Time ; Side B: Yellow Dog Blues 

Smith, Mamie and her Jazz Hounds (Okeh 4169) Side A: Crazy Blues ; Side B: It's Right Here For You 

Smith, Mamie and her Jazz Hounds (Okeh 4170) Side A: Crazy Blues ; Side B: It's Right Here For You 

Smith, Mamie and her Jazz Band (Okeh 4351) Side A: Dangerous Blues ; Side B: What Have I Done 

Smith, Mamie and her Jazz Hounds (Okeh 4631) Side A: Dem Knock Out Blues ; Side B: Mean Daddy Blues 

Smith, Mamie and her Jazz Hounds (Okeh 4856) Side A: Frankie Blues ; Side B: Mean Man 

Smith, Mamie and her Jazz Hounds (Okeh 4253) Side A: Lovin' Sam From Alabama ; Side B: Don't Care Blues 

Smith, Mamie and her Jazz Hounds (Okeh 4228) Side A: Mem'ries Of You Mammy ; Side B: If You Don't Want Me Blues 

Smith, Mamie and her Jazz Hounds (Okeh 4194) Side A: Road is Rocky, The ; Side B: Fare Thee Well Honey Blues 

Smith, Mamie and her Jazz Hounds (Okeh 4781) Side A: You've Got To See Mamma Ev'ry Night ; Side B: I'm Gonna Get You 

Smith, Ruby with Gene (Honeybear) Sedric and his Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-2152) Side A: Port Wine Blues ; Side B: You Satisfy 

Smith, Stuff and His Onyx Club Boys (Decca 1287) Side A: Where is the Sun? ; Side B: Upstairs 

Smith, Tab (Septette) (Apollo 364) Side A: Blues Around the Clock P.1 ; Side B: Blues Around the Clock P.2 

Smith, William and Versey Smith (Paramount 12505) Side A: Everybody Help the Boys Come Home ; Side B: When That Great Ship Went Down 

Smith, Willie Quintet (Mercury 8901) Side A: Not So Bop Blues ; Side B: Tea For Two 

Smith, Willie (The Lion) (Decca 2269) Side A: Passionette ; Side B: Morning Air 

Smith, Willie (The Lion) (Decca 1366) Side A: Peace Brother Peace ; Side B: Knock Whoop 

Smith, Willie (The Lion) and His Cubs (Decca 7074) Side A: Streamline Gal ; Side B: Harlem Boys 

Smith, Willie (The Lion) and His Cubs (Decca 7090) Side A: Swing, Brother, Swing ; Side B: Echo of Spring 

Smokey Joe (Sun 228) Side A: Signifying Monkey, The ; Side B: Listen To Me Baby 

Sonny Boy and Lonnie (Continental C-6054) Side A: Big Headed Woman ; Side B: I'll Water You Every Day 

South, Eddie and His Alabamians (RCA Victor 21151) Side A: By The Waters of Minnetonka ; Side B: La Rosita 

Southampton Society Orchestra (Perfect 14482) Side A: So That's the Kind of a Girl That You Are ; Side B: Loud Speakin' Papa 

Southern Sons (Bluebird 34-0712) Side A: I Want Two Wings ; Side B: Lord Have Mercy 

Southern Tones (Duke 205) Side A: It Must Be Jesus ; Side B: The Dying Sinner 

Southland Six, The (Vocalion 14476) Side A: Runnin' Wild ; Side B: Ivy (Cling To Me) 

Speciale, Mike and His Orchestra (Perfect 14536) Side A: I Love My Baby ; Side B: Don't Wake Me Up 

Sweet Pease Spivey and Dot Scott's Rhythm Dukes (Decca 7204) Side A: Double Dozens (You Dirty No Gooder) ; Side B: Grievin' Me 

Spivey, Victoria and Johnson, Lonnie (Okeh 8652) Side A: Furniture Man Blues P.1 ; Side B: Furniture Man Blues P.2 

St. Louis Jimmy (Bluebird 34-0718) Side A: Back On My Feet Again ; Side B: Nothing But Blues 

St. Louis Jimmy (Victor 20-2650) Side A: Dog House Blues ; Side B: Bad Condition 

St. Louis Jimmy and His Band (Duke D-110) Side A: Drinkin' Woman ; Side B: Why Work 

Stafford, Jo with Lambert, Dave and his Vocal Choir With Paul Weston and His Orchestra (Capitol 57-604) Side A: Jolly Joe ; Side B: Smiles 

Stafford, Mary and Her Jazz Band (Columbia A3365) Side A: Crazy Blues ; Side B: Royal Garden Blues 

Stafford, Mary and Her Jazz Band (Columbia A3390) Side A: Down Where They Play The Blues ; Side B: I'm Gonna Jazz My Way Right Straight Thru Paradise 

Stewart, Rex and His 52nd Street Stompers (Variety VA 664) Side A: Swing Baby Swing ; Side B: Sugar Hill Shim Sham 

Stoll, George And His Orchestra (Decca 976 ) Side A: The Girl Friend ; Side B: Swanee 

Stone, Eddie and His Orchestra (Vocalion 3555) Side A: Satan Takes a Holiday ; Side B: A Study In Brown 

Stoneman, Ernest (Victor 20672) Side A: The Poor Tramp ; Side B: The Fate of Talmage Osborne 

Sunkist Serenaders (Everybodys 1069) Side A: I've Always Got the Blues ; Side B: Sonya 

Sutton, Ralph (Down Home 10) Side A: The Cascades ; Side B: Grace and Beauty 

Sutton, Ralph (Down Home 7) Side A: Cataract Rag ; Side B: Villain, The 

Sweatman, Wibur Original Jazz Band (Columbia A2994) Side A: But ; Side B: Think of Me Little Daddy 

Sweatman, Wibur Original Jazz Band (Columbia A2663) Side A: Dallas Blues ; Side B: Has Anybody Seen My Corinne 

Sweatman, Wibur Original Jazz Band (Columbia A2596) Side A: The Darktown Strutters' Ball ; Side B: Good-Bye Alexander. Note: "Wilber" Misspelled 

Sweatman, Wibur Original Jazz Band (Columbia A2548) Side A: Ev'rybody's Crazy 'Bout the Doggone Blues But I'm Happy ; Side B: Regretful Blues. Note: "Wilber" Misspelled 

Sweatman, Wibur Original Jazz Band (Columbia A2721) Side A: That's Got 'Em ; Side B: A Good Man is Hard to Find 

Sweatman, Wibur Original Jazz Band (Columbia A2752) Side A: Lucille ; Side B: I'll Say She Does 

Sweatman, Wibur Original Jazz Band (Columbia A2611) Side A: Oh! You La! La! ; Side B: Indianola. Note: "Wilber" Misspelled 

Sweatman, Wibur Original Jazz Band (Columbia A2707) Side A: Rainy Day Blues ; Side B: La-Da! (Ja-Da, Ja-Da, Jing, Jing, Jing) 

Sweatman, Wibur Original Jazz Band (Columbia A2682) Side A: Ring Tail Blues ; Side B: Bluin' The Blues 

Sweethearts of Rhythm (RCA Victor 40-0146) Side A: Vi Vigor ; Side B: Don't Get It Twisted 

Sykes, Roosevelt (The Honey Dripper) (Decca 7833) Side A: 47th Street Jive ; Side B: My Supply Woman Blues 

Sykes, Roosevelt and his Piano (Bluebird 34-0737) Side A: The Honeydripper ; Side B: High Price Blues 

Sykes, Roosevelt (The Honey Dripper) (Okeh 06542) Side A: Let The Black Have His Way ; Side B: Third Degree Blues 

Sykes, Roosevelt (The Honey Dripper) (Decca 7612) Side A: Papa Low ; Side B: Shoe Shiner's Moan 

Sykes, Roosevelt and his Original Honey Drippers (RCA Victor 20-3014) Side A: Time Wasted On You ; Side B: High As a Georgia Pine. Note: Marked "Not For Sale - Special Purpose Series" 

Sykes, Roosevelt and his Original Honey Drippers (RCA Victor 20-1906) Side A: That's My Gal ; Side B: Sunny Road 

78s. T 

Tampa Blue Jazz Band (Okeh 4773) Side A: Four O'Clock Blues ; Side B: Loose Feet 

Tampa Red (Bluebird 34-0740) Side A: Better Let My Gal Alone ; Side B: Mercy Mama 

Tampa Red (RCA Victor 20-2432) Side A: Corrine Blues ; Side B: New Bad Luck Blues 

Tampa Red (Bluebird 34-0700) Side A: Let Me Play With Your Poodle ; Side B: My First Love Blues. Note: Broken 

Tampa Red (Bluebird B-6498) Side A: She Don't Know My Mind P.2 ; Side B: Think You Need a Shot 

Tampa Red (Bluebird B-9024) Side A: She Want To Sell My Monkey ; Side B: Mean And Evil Woman. Note: Cracked 

Tampa Red (Bluebird B-6578) Side A: That’s The Way I Do ; Side B: The Operator Special 

Tampa Red (RCA Victor 22-0035) Side A: When Things Go Wrong With You ; Side B: Come On, If You're Coming 

Tarheel Slim (Fury 1016) Side A: Wildcat Tamer ; Side B: Number 9 Train 

Taskiana Four (Victor 20183) Side A: I Shall Not Be Moved ; Side B: Join That Band 

Taskiana Four (Victor 20185) Side A: Then He Brought Joy To My Soul ; Side B: Lead Kindly Light 

Tatum, Art (Decca 1373) Side A: Anything For You ; Side B: Liza 

Tatum, Art (Decca 8502) Side A: Begin The Beguine ; Side B: Rosetta 

Tatum, Art (Decca 18049) Side A: Elégie ; Side B: Humoresque 

Tatum, Art (Asch 356-1) Side A: Fine and Dandy ; Side B: It Had To Be You 

Tatum, Art (Asch 356-2) Side A: Ja Da ; Side B: Where Or When 

Tatum, Art (Decca 18051) Side A: Lullaby of the Leaves ; Side B: Tiger Rag 

Tatum, Art (Decca 8577) Side A: Rock Me Mama ; Side B: Lucille 

Tatum, Art (Asch 356-3) Side A: Sweet & Lovely ; Side B: Danny Boy 

Tatum, Art (Decca 18050) Side A: Sweet Lorraine ; Side B: Get Happy 

Taylor, Billy (Big Eight) (Keynote K-615) Side A: Night Wind ; Side B: Carney-Val In Rhythm 

Taylor, Eva (Okeh 8145) Side A: Ghost of the Blues ; Side B: When You're Tired of Me (Just Let Me Know) 

Taylor, Eva (Okeh 4740) Side A: I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate ; Side B: Baby Won't You Please Come Home 

Teagarden, Jack and His Orchestra (Philharmonic FR-83) Side A: The Blues ; Side B: If I Could Be With You 

Teagarden, Jack (Big Eight) (RCA Victor 40-0138) Side A: Say It Simple ; Side B: A Jam Session At Victor 

Tennessee Tooters, The (Vocalion 15004) Side A: Those Panama Mamas ; Side B: Red Hot Henry Brown 

Temple, Johnny (Decca 7547) Side A: Big Leg Woman ; Side B: Between Midnight and Dawn 

Temple, Johnny and Harlem Hamfats (Decca 7385) Side A: Gimme Some of That Yum Yum Yum ; Side B: Hoodoo Women 

Ten Cats and a Mouse (Capitol 15015) Side A: Ja-Da ; Side B: Three-Thirsty Jump 

Terry, Sonny (Hootin) and his Night Owls (Red Robin R-3014) Side A: Harmonica Hop ; Side B: Doggin' My Heart Around 

Terry, Sonny Trio (Gramercy G-1004) Side A: Hootin' Blues ; Side B: Dangerous Woman 

Terry, Sonny (Capitol Americana 1296) Side A: Whoopin' the Blues ; Side B: All Alone Blues 

Texas Blues Destroyers (Perfect 14341) Side A: Lenox Avenue Shuffle ; Side B: Down in the Mouth Blues 

Texas Slim [Hooker, John Lee] (King 4323) Side A: Nightmare Blues ; Side B: I'm Gonna Kill That Woman 

Tharpe, Sister Rosetta and Knight, Marie (Decca 73989) Side A: Didn't It Rain ; Side B: Stretch Out 

Tharpe, Sister Rosetta and Price, Sam Trio (Decca 73274) Side A: Don't Take Everybody To Be Your Friend ; Side B: When I Move to the Sky 

Tharpe, Sister Rosetta (Decca 48021) Side A: Forgive Me Lord and Try Me One More Time ; Side B: Jesus Taught Me How To Smile 

Tharpe, Sister Rosetta (Decca 48022) Side A: God Don't Like It ; Side B: What Is the Soul of Man 

Tharpe, Sister Rosetta and Knight, Marie (Decca 28509) Side A: I'm Bound For Higher Grounds ; Side B: There is a Highway to Heaven 

Tharpe, Sister Rosetta (Decca 2328) Side A: I Looked Down the Line (And I Wondered) ; Side B: God Don't Like It 

Tharpe, Sister Rosetta and Knight, Marie with Price, Sam Trio (Decca 48209) Side A: I Want Jesus To Walk Around My Bedside (Before I Die) ; Side B: Royal Telephone 

Tharpe, Sister Rosetta (Decca 8594) Side A: Just a Closer Walk With Thee ; Side B: I'm In His Care 

Tharpe, Sister Rosetta (Decca 48023) Side A: Let That Liar Alone ; Side B: What's the News 

Tharpe, Sister Rosetta (Decca 2503) Side A: My Man and I ; Side B: That's All 

Tharpe, Sister Rosetta (Decca 48024) Side A: Nobody Knows Nobody Cares ; Side B: The Devil Has Thrown Him Down 

Tharpe, Sister Rosetta and Knight, Marie with Price, Sam Trio (Decca 74154) Side A: Up Above My Head, I Hear Music In The Air ; Side B: My Journey to the Sky 

Thomas, Joe and His Orchestra (Keynote K-642) Side A: Black Butterfly ; Side B: You Can Depend On Me 

Thomas, Rufus "Hound Dog" Jr. (Sun 181) Side A: Bear Cat ; Side B: Walking in the Rain 

Thornton, Willie Mae "Big Mama" with the Johnny Otis Band (Peacock 1632) Side A: I've Searched the Whole World Over ; Side B: I Smell a Rat 

Thornton, Willie Mae "Big Mama" with Kansas City Bill & Orchestra (Peacock 1612) Side A: Night Mare ; Side B: Hound Dog 

Three Deuces, The (Commodore 537) Side A: Last Time I Saw Chicago, The ; Side B: Deuces Wild 

Three Deuces, The (Commodore 539) Side A: Jig Walk ; Side B: About Face 

Three Keys, The (Vocalion 2523) Side A: Heebie Jeebies ; Side B: Song of the Islands 

Tristano, Lennie Trio (Keynote 680) Side A: I Surrender Dear ; Side B: Coolin' Off With Ulanov 

Trumbauer, Frankie & His Orchestra With Bix (Okeh 40772) Side A: Clarinet Marmalade ; Side B: Singin' the Blues 

Trumbauer, Frank & His Orchestra (Brunswick 6912) Side A: Break It Down ; Side B: China Boy 

Trumbauer, Frankie & His Orchestra (Okeh 41268) Side A: Shivery Stomp ; Side B: Reaching For Some-One 

Tucker, Sophie with Ted Shapiro and His Orchestra (Columbia 4962) Side A: My Yiddishe Momme - P.1 ; Side B: My Yiddishe Momme - P.2 

Tucker, Sophie (Okeh 4839) Side A: Old King Tut ; Side B: Papa Better Watch Your Step 

Turner, Big Joe (Decca 7827) Side A: Careless Love ; Side B: Jumpin' Down Blues 

Turner, Joe (National 9100) Side A: Hollywood Bed ; Side B: New Oo-Wee Baby Blues 

Turner, Joe (National 4009) Side A: Mad Blues ; Side B: Sunday Morning Blues 

Turner, Lavinia and Her Band (Actuelle 020544) Side A: How Many Times ; Side B: Can't Get Lovin' Blues 

Tuskegee Institute Singers (Victor 17688) Side A: Go Down Moses ; Side B: I Want to Be Like Jesus 

Tuskegee Institute Singers (Victor 17663) Side A: Good News ; Side B: Live a-Humble 

Tuskegee Institute Singers (Victor 18075) Side A: The Old Time Religion ; Side B: Heaven Song; Inchin' Along 

Tuskegee Institute Singers (Victor 18237) Side A: Roll, Jordan Roll; I Want God's Heaven to be Mine ; Side B: Nobody Knows the Trouble I See 

Tuskegee Institute Singers (Victor, 17890) Side A: Swing Low, Sweet Chariot ; Side B: Steal Away 

78s. V 

Valentines, The (Old Town 1009) Side A: Summer Love ; Side B: Tonight Kathleen 

Vallier, Geneva (Cash 1009) Side A: Geneva's Blues ; Side B: You Said You Had a Woman 

Van Brunt, Walter (Victor 16862) Side A: Give Your Smiles to All the Boys but Keep Your Heart for Me ; Side B: Rag Pickings 

Van Eps, Fred (Columbia A1417) Side A: Junk Man Rag ; Side B: Morse Medley 

Van Eps, Fred (Pathé Actuelle 021088) Side A: The Oriole ; Side B: Grace and Beauty 

Varsity Seven, The (Varsity 8173) Side A: How Long, How Long Blues ; Side B: Pom Pom 

Vaughan, Sarah (Columbia 39207) Side A: Ave Maria ; Side B: City Called Heaven 

Vaughan, Sarah with Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra (Continental 6031) Side A: East of the Sun ; Side B: Interlude 

Vaughan, Sarah with George Treadwell's Orchestra (Musicraft 494) Side A: Everything I Have is Yours ; Side B: Body and Soul 

Vaughan, Sarah with Dizzy Gillespie and his All Star Quintet (Musicraft 499) Side A: Lover Man ; Side B: I'm Through With Love 

Vaughan, Sarah with Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra (Continental 6024) Side A: Mean To Me ; Side B: Signing Off 

Vaughan, Sarah (Musicraft 567) Side A: Nature Boy ; Side B: I'm Glad There Is You 

Vaughan, Sarah (Mercury 70727) Side A: Never ; Side B: C'est La Vie 

Vaughan, Sarah (Mercury 71085) Side A: April Give Me One More Day ; Side B: Poor Butterfly 

Vaughan, Sarah (Musicraft 504) Side A: Tenderly ; Side B: Don't Blame Me 

Vaughan, Sarah and Billy Eckstine (MGM 10690) Side A: You're All I Need ; Side B: Dedicated To You. Note: Billy Eckstine Billed First 

Vaughan, Sarah and John Kirby and his Orchestra (Crown CR-109) Side A: You Go To My Head ; Side B: It Might As Well Be Spring. Note: John Kirby Billed First 

Venuti, Joe and His New Yorkers (Okeh 41192) Side A: That's The Good Old Sunny South ; Side B: Weary River 

Victor Military Band (Victor 17764) Side A: I Want to Go to Tokio ; Side B: Blame it on the Blues 

Victor Military Band (Victor 18203) Side A: Listen to This ; Side B: Brown Skin 

Victor Military Band (Victor 17619) Side A: Memphis Blues, The ; Side B: Rag-a-Muffin Rag 

Victor Military Band (Victor 18174) Side A: Nigger Blues ; Side B: Joe Turner Blues 

Victor Military Band (Victor 17044) Side A: Ragtime Violin ; Side B: Surprise Medley Overture 

Victor Military Band (Victor 17138) Side A: Round the World Selection ; Side B: Red Rose Rag. The 

Victor Military Band (Victor 175485) Side A: Sympathy Waltz ; Side B: Swanee Ripples Rag 

Victor Military Band (Victor 17292) Side A: Gertrude Hoffmann Glide ; Side B: Too Much Mustard 

Victor Mixed Chorus (Victor 26546) Side A: Song Hits of the 20th Century ; Side B: Song Hits of the 20th Century 

Vinson, Eddie and His Orchestra (Mercury 8028) Side A: Kidney Stew Blues ; Side B: Old Maid Boogie 

Vinson, Eddie "Cleanhead" (King 4396) Side A: Queen Bee Blues ; Side B: Jump and Grunt 

Voorhees, Don and his Earl Carroll's Vanities Orchestra (Columbia 1078) Side A: Fantasy On St. Louis Blues P.1 ; Side B: Fantasy On St. Louis Blues P.2 

Voorhees, Don and His Orchestra (Perfect 1478) Side A: The Sphinx ; Side B: Some Day 

78s. W 

WMCA Broadcasters (a-side) & The Dixie Stompers (b-side) (Harmony 283-H) Side A: All Alone Monday (from "The Ramblers") ; Side B: Alabama Stomp (from "Earl Carroll's Vanities"). Note: Ruby and Kalmar (a-side) & Johnson and Creamers (b-side) 

Walker, Kirby (De Luxe 1011) Side A: She Ain't No Saint ; Side B: When My Love Comes Tumbling Down 

Wallace, Sippie (Okeh 8439) Side A: I'm a Mighty Tight Woman ; Side B: Bedroom Blues 

Wallace, Wesley (Jazz Information 3) Side A: No. 29 ; Side B: Jab Blues. Note: Originally Recorded as Paramount 13141 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Bluebird B-11569) Side A: By The Light of the Silvery Moon ; Side B: Swing Out to Victory 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Bluebird B-11262) Side A: Come and Get It ; Side B: Chant of the Groove 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (His Master's Voice 5040) Side A: Dinah ; Side B: When Somebody Thinks You're Wonderful 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Bluebird B-10858) Side A: "Fats" Waller's Original E Flat Blues ; Side B: Swinga-Dilla Street 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Bluebird B-10288) Side A: Georgia Rockin' Chair ; Side B: Ain't Misbehavin' 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Victor 24826) Side A: Honeysuckle Rose ; Side B: Breakin' the Ice 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Victor 24737) Side A: How Can You Face Me? ; Side B: Sweetie Pie 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Victor 26002) Side A: If I Were You ; Side B: The Wide Open Places 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Victor 25342) Side A: It's a Sin to Tell a Lie ; Side B: Big Chief De Sota 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Victor 20-2639) Side A: The Jitterbug Waltz ; Side B: Abdullah 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Bluebird B-10136) Side A: Last Night a Miracle Happened ; Side B: Kiss Me With Your Eyes 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (The Masters Voice 5229) Side A: The Love Bug Will Bite You ; Side B: Boo Hoo 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Victor 25536) Side A: The Meanest Things You Ever Did Was Kiss Me ; Side B: Bach Up To Me 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Les Amis de "Fats" 1) Side A: Midnight Blues ; Side B: Cottage in the Rain 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Bluebird B-10892) Side A: My Mommie Sent Me to the Store ; Side B: Dry Bones 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Victor 20-1595) Side A: Oh! Frenchy ; Side B: It's a Sin to Tell a Lie 

Waller, "Fats" (Victor 27765) Side A: Rockin' Chair ; Side B: Georgia On My Mind 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Bluebird B-11296) Side A: Sad Sap Sucker Am I ; Side B: Rump Steak Serenade 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (His Master's Voice 1218) Side A: Shortnin' Bread ; Side B: My Very Good Friend the Milkman 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Victor 24708) Side A: Then I'll Be Tired of You ; Side B: Have a Little Dream On Me 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Victor 20-2216) Side A: There'll Be Some Changes Made ; Side B: You Stayed Away Too Long 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Victor 25762) Side A: Why Do Hawaiians Sing Aloha ; Side B: My Window Faces the South 

Waller, "Fats" and his Rhythm (Bluebird 30084) Side A: Your Socks Don't Match ; Side B: Up Jumped You With Love 

Walker, T-Bone (Capitol 15033) Side A: I Got a Break, Baby ; Side B: Mean Old World 

Washboard Sam and his Washboard Band (Bluebird B-7001) Side A: Back Door ; Side B: We Gonna Move 

Washboard Sam and his Washboard Band (RCA Victor 20-2789) Side A: Gonna Hit the Highway ; Side B: River Hip Mama 

Washboard Sam and his Washboard Band (Bluebird B-7328) Side A: Ladies' Man ; Side B: Beer Garden Blues 

Washboard Wonders, The (Paradox 2) Side A: Don't Forget to Mess Around ; Side B: Bordello Days 

Washington, Dinah (Mercury 70175) Side A: Lean Baby ; Side B: Never, Never 

Washington, Sister Ernestine B. (Disc 6038) Side A: Does Jesus Care ; Side B: The Lord Will Make a Way Somehow 

Washington, Sister Ernestine B. (Disc 6039) Side A: Where Could I Go But To The Lord ; Side B: God's Amazing Grace 

Waterford, Crown Prince (Capitol 40132) Side A: L.A. Blues ; Side B: Strange Woman's Boogie 

Waterford, Crown Prince (Capitol Americana 40074) Side A: Move Your Hand, Baby ; Side B: Weeping Willow Blues 

Waters, Ethel and Her Ebony Four (Columbia 14093) Side A: Go Back Where You Stayed Last Night ; Side B: Down Home Blues 

Waters, Ethel and her Jazz Masters (Black Swan 2038) Side A: Dying With the Blues ; Side B: Kiss Your Pretty Baby Nice 

Waters, Ethel and Cordy Williams' Jazz Masters (Black Swan 2010) Side A: Down Home Blues ; Side B: Oh Daddy 

Waters, Ethel (Columbia 14458) Side A: Long Lean Lanky Mama ; Side B: Better Keep Your Eye On Your Man. Note: Side B Not Playable 

Waters, Ethel and Her Ebony Four (Columbia 14116) Side A: No Man's Mamma ; Side B: Shake That Thing 

Waters, Ethel (Columbia 14365) Side A: Organ Grinder Blues ; Side B: West End Blues 

Waters, Ethel (Columbia 1871) Side A: Second Handed Man ; Side B: True Blue Lou 

Waters, Ethel and Her Jazz Masters (Black Swan 14120) Side A: That Da Da Strain ; Side B: Georgia Blues 

Waters, Ethel (Columbia 1933) Side A: Waiting at the End of the Road ; Side B: Trav'lin' All Alone 

Waters, Ethel (Columbia 2184) Side A: (What Did I Do To Be So) Black and Blue ; Side B: Porgy 

Watson, El and Cooksey (Victor 21440) Side A: El Watson's Fox Chase ; Side B: One Stock Blues 

Webb, Chick (Decca 1840) Side A: A-Tisket A-Tasket ; Side B: Liza 

Webb, Chick (Decca 2105) Side A: F.D.R. Jones ; Side B: I Love Each Move You Make 

Webb, Chick (Decca 2231) Side A: Gotta Pebble In My Shoe ; Side B: Who Ya Hunchin' 

Webb, Chick (Decca 1899) Side A: I'm Just a Jitterbug ; Side B: Azure 

Webb, Chick (Decca 1681) Side A: I Got a Guy ; Side B: Harlem Congo 

Webb, Chick (Decca 1716) Side A: If Dreams Come True ; Side B: Squeeze Me 

Webb, Chick (Decca 2556) Side A: Little White Lies ; Side B: One Side of Me 

Webb, Chick (Decca 1356) Side A: Love is the Thing So They Say ; Side B: That Naughty Waltz 

Webb, Chick (Decca 1586) Side A: Rock It For Me ; Side B: Strictly Jive 

Webb, Chick (Decca 1273) Side A: Rusty Hinge ; Side B: Cryin' Mood 

Webb, Chick (Decca 2323) Side A: Undecided ; Side B: In The Groove At The Grove 

Webb, Chick (Decca 2021) Side A: Wacky Dust ; Side B: Spinnin' The Webb 

Webster, Ben Sextet (Mercury 8265) Side A: Randle's Island ; Side B: You're My Thrill 

Wettling, George and Chicago Rhythm Kings (Decca 18044) Side A: Bugle Call Rag ; Side B: Sister Kate 

Wheaton, "Little David" (Capitol 40009) Side A: I Just Couldn't Help It ; Side B: There's All Kinds of Women 

Wheatstraw, Peetie (Decca 7589) Side A: Possum Den Blues ; Side B: Road Tramp Blues 

Wheatstraw, Peetie (Vocalion 04592) Side A: Sleepless Nights' Blues ; Side B: C and A Blues 

Whidby, Lula (Black Swan 2005) Side A: Home Again Blues ; Side B: Strut Miss Lizzie 

White, Frances of Rock and White (Victor 45137) Side A: M-i-s-s-i-s-s-i-p-p-i ; Side B: Six Time Six is Thirty-Six 

White, Georgia (Decca 7841) Side A: Come Around to My House ; Side B: Mama Knows What Papa Wants When Papa's Feeling Blue 

White, Georgia (Decca 7269) Side A: Dan The Back Door Man ; Side B: Sinking Sun Blues 

White, Georgia (Decca 7534) Side A: Dead Man's Blues ; Side B: Love Sick Blues 

White, Georgia (Decca 7608) Side A: Fire In The Mountain ; Side B: When The Red Sun Turns to Gray (I'll Be Back) 

White, Georgia (Decca 7652) Side A: How Do You Think I Feel ; Side B: Do It Again 

White, Georgia (Decca 7192) Side A: I'll Keep Sittin' On It (If I Can't Sell It) ; Side B: Trouble In Mind 

White, Georgia (Decca 7192) Side A: I'll Keep Sittin' On It (If I Can't Sell It) ; Side B: Trouble In Mind 

White, Georgia (Decca 7199) Side A: I Just Want Your Stingaree ; Side B: Black Rider 

White, Georgia (Decca 7174) Side A: Rattlesnakin' Daddy ; Side B: There Ain't Gonna Be No Doggone Afterwhile 

White, Georgia (Decca 7277) Side A: You Don't Know My Mind ; Side B: Walking The Street 

White, Josh (Apollo 157) Side A: Apples, Peaches, and Cherries ; Side B: The Man Who Couldn't Walk Around 

White, Josh (Musicraft 249) Side A: Hard Time Blues ; Side B: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 

White, Josh (Decca 73128) Side A: I Left a Good Deal in Mobile ; Side B: Did You Ever Love a Woman 

White, Josh (Keynote K-543) Side A: Riddle Song ; Side B: Whatcha Goin' To Do 

White, Josh (Decca 23654) Side A: Sometime ; Side B: Strange Fruit 

White, Josh (Asch 358-3) Side A: Trouble ; Side B: Jerry 

Whoopee Makers (Perfect 15104) Side A: Misty Mornin' ; Side B: Hottentot. Note: (crack with tape) 

Wilber, Bob (Commodore 584) Side A: Wild Cat Blues ; Side B: Blues For Fowler. Note: Performed with his Wild Cats 

Wilber, Bob (Commodore 583) Side A: Willie The Weeper ; Side B: Mabel's Dream. Note: Performed with his Wild Cats 

Wilcox, Adam (a-side) and Williams, Joe (b-side) (Bluebird B-5930) Side A: Policy Blues ; Side B: Providence Help The Poor People. Note: a-side Adam Wilcox; b-side Joe Williams 

Williams, Clarence (Vocalion 3195) Side A: This Is My Sunday Off ; Side B: Let Every Day Be Mother's Day. Note: Performed with his orchestra 

Williams, Clarence (Clarence Williams Blue Five) (Okeh 4925) Side A: Kansas City Man Blues ; Side B: Wild Cat Blues. Note: a-side with Clarence Johnson; b-side Thomas Wiley 

Williams, Cootie (Capitol 266) Side A: When My Baby Left Me ; Side B: Echoes Of Harlem. Note: Performed with his orchestra 

Williams, Cootie (Capitol 289) Side A: Wrong Neighborhood ; Side B: Let's Do The Whole Thing Or Nothing At All. Note: Performed with his orchestra 

Williams, Fess (Victor 38095) Side A: Musical Campmeeting- Fox Trot ; Side B: Buttons. Note: Performed with his Royal Flush Orchestra 

Williams, Fess (Brunswick 3589) Side A: Ozark Blues ; Side B: Alligator Crawl. Note: Performed with his Royal Flush Orchestra 

Williams, Fess (Victor 38062) Side A: Sell It- Fox Trot ; Side B: Betsy Brown. Note: Performed with his Royal Flush Orchestra 

Williams, George (Columbia A3974) Side A: Satisfied Blues ; Side B: Double Crossin' Daddy. Note: Performed with Bessie Brown Fletcher (with Lemuel Fowler and J. Meller and Edith Smith) 

Williams, George (Columbia 414078-D) Side A: What Makes Papa Hate Mama So? ; Side B: Oh! Dark Gal. Note: Performed with Lemuel Fowler 

Williams, Jabo (American Music 8) Side A: Jab Blues ; Side B: Pratt City Blues 

Williams, Joe (Clef 89419) Side A: Every Day ; Side B: Every Day (Part II). Note: Performed with Count Basie and his Orchestra 

Williams, Joe (Cincinnati 2300) Side A: 'Round The Clock Blues Part I ; Side B: Round The Clock Blues Part II. Note: Performed with the Three Chocolates 

Williams, Joe (Bluebird 34-0739) Side A: Somebody's Been Worrying ; Side B: Vitamin A. Note: Harris note: $15- 25, 1945 

Williams, L. C. (Dot 1052) Side A: You Never Miss The Water ; Side B: Trying, Trying 

Williams, Leona (Columbia A3713) Side A: I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sisiter Kate ; Side B: If You Don't Believe I Love You, Look What A Fool I've Been . Note: Performed with Her Dixie Band 

Williams, Leona (Columbia A3599) Side A: Achin' Hearted Blues ; Side B: Struttin' Blues. Note: Performed with Her Dixie Band 

Williams, Leona (Columbia A3696) Side A: Sugar Blues ; Side B: The Meanest Man In The World (Milady's Blues)and Her Dixie Band 

Williams, Mary (Decca 1021) Side A: Isabelle ; Side B: Corny Rhythm 

Williams, "Rubberlegs" (Savoy 5516) Side A: Bring It On Home ; Side B: Deep Sea Blues. Note: Performed with Herbie Fields orchestra 

Williams, "Rubberlegs" (Haven 1000) Side A: Going Back To Washington Corner 7th and "T" ; Side B: Did You Ever Set Thinkin'?. Note: Performed with Band 

Williamson, "Sonny Boy" (Bluebird 34-0713) Side A: Decoration Day Blues No. 2 ; Side B: Love Me, Baby. Note: Harris note: $20- 30, 1944 

Williamson, "Sonny Boy" (RCS Victor 20-2521) Side A: Lacey Belle ; Side B: Polly Put Your Kettle On 

Williamson, "Sonny Boy" (RCA Victor 20-2369) Side A: Mellow Chick Swing ; Side B: G. M. & O. Blues 

Williamson, "Sonny Boy" (Trumpet No.166) Side A: Mighty Long Time ; Side B: Nine Below Zero. Note: a-side: his Harmonica & Houserockers 

Williamson, "Sonny Boy" (Trumpet No.168) Side A: Stop Now Baby ; Side B: Mr. Down Child. Note: his Harmonica and House Rockers 

Williamson, "Sonny Boy" (RCA Victor 20-2056) Side A: Shake The Boogie ; Side B: Mean Old Highway 

Williamson, "Sonny Boy" (RCA Victor 20-2056) Side A: Shake The Boogie ; Side B: Mean Old Highway. Note: Victor Records cover attached 

Williamson, "Sonny Boy" (Bluebird 34-0722) Side A: Win The War Blues ; Side B: Check Up On My Baby- Blues . Note: (chipped) 

Williamson, "Sonny Boy" (RCA Victor 20-1875) Side A: You're An Old Lady ; Side B: Early In The Morning. Note: Tampa Red, guitar; Big Maceo, piano; and Charles (Chick R. Sanders, drums 

Williamson, "Sonny Boy" (Checker 834) Side A: Let Me Explain ; Side B: Your Imagination 

Wills, Nat M. (Victor 17894) Side A: Parody on Eight Familiar Songs ; Side B: A Father of 36. Note: Harris note: 1916, NL 

Wilson, Dooley (Decca 40006) Side A: As Time Goes By ; Side B: Knock On Wood 

Wilson, Edith (Columbia A3559) Side A: Wicked Blues ; Side B: Birmingham Blues. Note: Performed with the Original Jazz Hounds (chipped) 

Wilson, Edith (Columbia A3746) Side A: Evil Blues ; Side B: Pensacola Blues. Note: Performed with Johnny Dunn's Original Jazz Hounds 

Wilson, Edith (Columbia A3746) Side A: Evil Blues ; Side B: Pensacola Blues. Note: Performed with Johnny Dunn's Original Jazz Hounds 

Wilson, Edith (Columbia A3787) Side A: Dixie Blues ; Side B: He Used To Be Your Man But He's My Man Now. Note: Performed with Johnny Dunn's Original Jazz Hounds 

Wilson, Edith (Columbia A3537) Side A: I Don't Want Nobody Blues ; Side B: The West Texas Blues. Note: Performed with Johnny Dunn's Original Jazz Hounds 

Wilson, Edith (Columbia 41066-D) Side A: It's Gonna Be A Cold, Cold Winter ; Side B: There'll Be Some Changes Made. Note: Performed with "Doc" Straine 

Wilson, Edith (Columbia A3506) Side A: Old Time Blues from "Put and Take" ; Side B: Frankie. Note: Performed with Johnny Dunn's Original Jazz Hounds 

Wilson, Edith (Columbia A3634) Side A: Mammy, I'm Thinking Of You ; Side B: Take It 'Cause It's All Yours. Note: Performed with Johnny Dunn's Original Jazz Hounds 

Wilson, Lena (Brunswick 2464-A) Side A: Bleeding Hearted Blues ; Side B: Chirpin' The Blues. Note: piano by Porter Grainger 

Wilson, Lena (Pathe/ Actuelle 020910) Side A: Memphis Tennessee ; Side B: He Used To Be Your Man But He's My Man Now. Note: Performed with Nubian Five; Harris Note: $7- 10, 1923 

Williams, Leona (Columbia A3642) Side A: It Makes No Difference Now ; Side B: Got To Cool My Doggies Now (Sweet N' Pretty Strut). Note: Performed with Her Dixie Band 

Wisdom Sisters, The (Columbia 15093-D) Side A: Amazing Grace ; Side B: Sitting At The Feet of Jesus 

Witherspoon, Jimmy with Jay McShann and His Jazz-Men (Philo 108) Side A: Confessing The Blues ; Side B: Walking 

78s. Y 

Yancey, Jimmy (Victor 26590) Side A: Five O'Clock Blues ; Side B: Tell 'Em About Me 

Yancey, Jimmy (Parlophone R2959) Side A: I Received A Letter ; Side B: East St. Louis Blues. Note: Performed with Faber Smith 

Yancey, Jimmy (Victor 26591) Side A: The Mellow Blues ; Side B: Slow And Easy Blues 

Yancey, Jimmy (Victor 26589) Side A: State Street Special ; Side B: Yancey Stomp 

Yancey, Jimmy (Victor 27238) Side A: Yancey's Bugle Call- Fox Trot ; Side B: 35th And Dearborn- Fox Trot 

Yas Yas Girl, The (Vocalion 04455) Side A: Don't You Make Me High ; Side B: Love With A Feeling. Note: real name Merline Johnson 

Yas Yas Girl, The (Vocalion 03638) Side A: Blues Everywhere ; Side B: I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water, No. 2 

Yas Yas Girl, The (Vocalion 05337) Side A: I'll Try to Forget ; Side B: Want to Woogie Some More 

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Series II. Sheet Music 

Sheet Music. # 

"12th Street Rag" by Euday L. Bowman; J. W. Jenkins Son's Music Co. (Kansas City). Cover:photo of a Caucasian male saxophonist playing to a Caucasian female dancer [Digital Copy],  1919 

"12th Street Rag" by Euday L. Bowman; J. W. Jenkins Son's Music Co. (Kansas City). Cover:drawing of a Caucasian couple dancing on 12th street [Digital Copy],  1921 

Sheet Music. A 

"After I've Called You Sweetheart (How Can I Call You Friend)" by Bernie Grossman (w) and Little Jack Little (m); Milton Weil Music Co. (Chicago). Cover Only. Cover:photo of Nick Lang and Geo. Voelk [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"After the War is Over (Will there Be Any 'Home Sweet Home')" by E.J. Pourmon (w) and Joseph Woodruff (m); Joe Morris Music Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of a destructive war scene with inset drawing of a mother holding two children; photo inset of J. Woodruff 1917 

"Alabama Barbecue" by Benny Davis and J. Fred Coots; Mills Music (New York). Cover: collage drawing of African Americans engaged in various activities; text reads "Cotton Club Parade" [Digital Copy],  1936 

"Alabama Lullaby" by Cal DeVoll; Leo Feist (New York). Cover: drawing of exotic birds singing; description reads "a unique dreamy southern song" (see 315)" [Digital Copy],  1919 

"Alabama Lullaby" by Cal DeVoll; Leo Feist Inc. (New York). Cover:Art deco scene with Birds (see #158) 1919 

"Alabamy Bound" music by Ray Henderson; words by B.G. De Sylva and Bud Green. Cover: pink and purple; no graphic [Digital Copy],  1919 

"Alexander's back From Dixie (With His Ragtime Band)" by Lew Colwell (w) and Pete Wendling (m); Lee S. Roberts (Chicago). Cover:African American bandparading in uniform (see #159) [Digital Copy],  1917 

"Alexander's Band is Back in Dixieland" by Jack Yellen (w) and Albert Gumble (m); Jerome H. Remick & Co. (New York - Detroit) [Digital Copy],  1919 

"Alexander's Ragtime Band" by Irving Berlin; ABC Music Corporation (New York). Cover:drawing of a band performing in a park gazebo [Digital Copy],  1911 

"Alexander Don't You Love Your Baby No More?" by Andrew B. Sterling (w) and Harry von Tilzer (m); Harry von Tilzer Music Publishing Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of lady singing to her man through an open window; description at top reads: "Terrific Coon Hit by the Writers of 'Hannah Won't You Open that Door?'" [Digital Copy],  1904 

"Alexander's Ragtime Band" by Irving Berlin (w/m); Ted Snyder Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of a band performing in a park gazebo; a photo inset of " that R.A.G.Trio" [Digital Copy],  1911 

"Alexanders Back from Dixie! (with His Ragtime Band)" by Lew Colwell (w) and Pete Wendling (m); Lee S. Roberts publisher (Chicago). Cover:drawing of an all black marching band parading through city streets [Digital Copy],  1917 

"All By Myself" words by Irving Berlin". Cover: drawing of a woman reading a book near the window [Digital Copy],  1921 

"All Coons Look Alike to Me" by Ernest Hogan (w/m); M. Witmark & Sons (London, Toronto). Cover: caricature drawings of various African Americans; a description reads "A Darkey Misunderstanding" [Digital Copy],  1896 

"Along the Rocky Road to Dublin" music by Bert Grant; words by Joe Young. Cover: photograph of singer Blanche Ring [Digital Copy],  1915 

"Among My Souvenirs" music by Horatio Nicholls; words by Edgar Leslie. Cover: drawing of a chest filled with letters and a Rose [Digital Copy],  1927 

[Any Place...] "St. Louis Woman" "Any place I hang my Hat is Home" by Johnny Mercer (w) and Harold Arlen (m); De Sylvia, Brown & Henderson (New York)" [Digital Copy],  1946 

"Any Rags" by Thos. S. Allen (w/m); George M. Krey Co. (Boston). Cover:drawing of African American calling out the title, while carrying a full sack over his shoulder" [Digital Copy],  1903 

"Anything is Nice if it Comes from Dixieland" by Grant Clarke, Geo. W. Meyer, and Milton Ager; Leo Feist (New York). Cover: drawing of an African American male playing a banjo, as a riverboat floats by in the background (see 321)" [Digital Copy],  1919 

"Anything Is Nice If It Comes From Dixieland" words by Grant Clarke, George W. Meyer, and Milton Ager. Cover: drawing of an African American man playing banjo on a riverbank; photo inset of a woman (see #162) [Digital Copy],  1919 

"At Mammy's Fireside" by Ballard MacDonald (w) and Harry Carroll (m); Shapiro Bernstein & Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of two Caucasian children playing in front of a fireplace; a photo inset of Paul Russel Stone [Digital Copy],  1913 

"At the Coffee Cooler's Tea" by Alex Sullivan and Harry de Costa; M. Witmark & Sons (New York, Chicago). Cover: drawing of African Americans, dressed in finery, dancing under the stars; description "novelty jazz song" [Digital Copy],  1918 

"At the Shim-Me-Sha-Wabblers' Ball" by Geo. A. Lewis (w/m); Frank K. Root & Co. (Chicago, New York). Cover:drawing of African Americans dancing at a ball [Digital Copy],  1918 

"Ain't that Just Like a Woman" by Claude Demitrius and Fleecie Moore; Preview Music Company (New York). Cover:photo of Louis Jordan [Digital Copy],  1946 

"At Least You Could Say Hello" by Dick Robertson, Charles J. McCarthy, and Sammy Mysels; Leo Feist (New York)" [Digital Copy],  1939 

"At the High Brown Babies' Ball" by Benny Davis, Sid Erdman, and Ernie Erdman; Leo Feist (New York). Cover: drawing of a well-dressed African American couple dancing, as a group of African American musicians perform in the background" [Digital Copy],  1919 

"Auf Wiedersehn but not goodbye" by Louis Weslyn (w) and Fred W. Vanderpool (m); A.J. Stasny Music, Inc. (New York). Cover:painting of flowers [Digital Copy],  1916 

"Aunt Hagar's Blues" [New Revised Edition] by W. C. Handy; Richmond-Robbins Music Publishers (New York). Cover:photo of Isham Jones and his Orchestra; [note: photo shows a tuba being used for the bass line] [Digital Copy],  1921 

Sheet Music. B 

"Back, Back, Back to Baltimore" by Harry Williams (w) and Egbert Van Alstyne (m); Shapiro, Remick and Company (New York). Cover:drawing of an angry African American hobo trudging through the snow with a knapsack over his shoulder; inset of a photo of Clarice Vance [Digital Copy],  1904 

"Banjo-Pickaninnies" by T. Robin MacLachlan; Harold Flammer (New York). Cover: drawing of two rural African American boys playing banjo; description reads "a descriptive piano piece" [Digital Copy],  1928 

"Banjo-Pickaninnies" by T. Robin MacLachlan; Harold Flammer, Inc. (New York). Cover:description reads: "A Descriptive Piano Piece" [Digital Copy],  1928 

"A Banjo Song" by Howard Weeden (w) and Sidney Homer (m); G. Schirmer, Inc. (New York). Cover:from a series called "Bandanna Ballads" [Digital Copy],  1910 

"A Banjo Song" by Howard Weeden (w) and Sidney Homer (m); G. Schirmer (London - New York). Cover: part of a series called "bandanna ballads" [Digital Copy],  1910 

"Banjoing the Polly Wolly Doodle" by Milo Giovanni; Harold Flammer (New York). Cover: drawing of an African American male singing and playing banjo; note reads "sample copy - regular copies are printed on heavier paper" [Digital Copy],  1938 

"Because the Fortune Teller Told Me" by Howard & Emmerson, and Maurice J. Steinberg; T. B. Harms & Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of an African American male listening to a fortune teller with outlayed cards; photo inset of John E. Brennan and Florence Sinnott [Digital Copy],  1900 

"Before the World Began" by Andrew B. Sterling (w) and Alfred Solman (m); Joe Morris Music Co. (New York) [Digital Copy],  1917 

"The Belle of Georgia" by Wm. S. Glynn; Wm. J. Lefavour (Salem). Cover: drawing of an African American couple, dressed in finery, dancing; description reads "cake walk" 1899 

"Ben Hur March" by E.T. Paull; E.T. Paull Music (New York). Cover:drawing of a Chariot race at the Hippodrome (Circus maximus, ancient Roman arena) one can see rows of spectators on both sides and in the middle others standing on the fence (spina)" 1894 

"Ben Hur March" by E.T. Paull; E.T. Paull Music (New York). Cover:drawing of a Chariot race at the Hippodrome (Circus maximus, ancient Roman arena) one can see rows of spectators on both sides and in the middle others standing on the fence (spina) [slight differences in cover from 56.71] 1894 

"The Big Swamp Bogie Man" by Earle C. Jones (w) and George W. Meyer (m); Jos. W. Stern & Co. (New York). Cover: "The World Magazine, Sunday, Sept. 19, 1909" [Digital Copy],  1909 

"Bill Bailey, Won't You Please ---- Come Home?" by Hughie Cannon (w/m); Howley, Haviland & Dresser (New York, Chicago). Cover: two drawings, one of Bill Bailey's woman crying and another of him smiling" [Digital Copy],  1902 

"Black Wasp Rag (A Stinger)" by H. A. Fischler; Vandersloot Music (Williamsport, PA). Cover:drawing of an African American male dragging an African American boy away from thousands of wasps the child has disturbed with a toy sword [Digital Copy],  1911 

"The Blacksmith Blues" by Jack Holmes (w/m); Hill and Range Songs, Inc. (Beverly Hills). Cover:photo of singer Ella Mae Morse [Digital Copy],  1950/52 

"Blame it on the Two Black Crows" by Haven Gillespie (w) and Harry Harris (m); Milton Weil Music Co. (Chicago). Cover:drawing of two crows dressed in tuxedos [Digital Copy],  1927 

"Blue Boogie" by John W. Schaum; Belwin (New York). Cover:caricature of an African American male face [Digital Copy],  1944 

"Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?)" by Johnny Mercer (w) and Bernie Hanighen (m); Remick Music Corporation (New York). Cover:drawing of a singing bird; photo of Benny Goodman [Digital Copy],  1937 

"Boogie Woogie" by Clarence "Pine Top" Smith; Melrose Music (New York). Cover:drawing of an African American female dancing [Digital Copy],  1929/37 

"A Bow of Blue" by Maurice J. Steinberg (w) and Max Dreyfus (m); T.B. Harms and Co. Cover:drawing of a young lady taking a promenade, as a cherubim touches a blue bow in her hair; text reads: "Supplement to the Newark Sunday News, June 9th, 1901" [Digital Copy],  1900 

"Brass Band Ephraham Jones" by Joe Goodwin (w) and Geo. W. Meyer (m); Leo. Feist (New York). Cover: drawing of "Ephraham Jones" dancing in the foreground, while a marching band performs in the background" [Digital Copy],  1911 

"Break the News to Mother" by Chas K. Harris; Chas K. Harris (New York -- Chicago). Cover:photo of a mortally wounded soldier with three of his comrades. [Digital Copy],  1897 

"Bring Back My Blushing Rose" by Gene Buck (w) and Rudolf Friml (m); Harms, Inc. (New York). Cover:drawing of a woman with a bird; from Ziegfeld Follies of 1921 [Digital Copy],  1921 

"The Bugaboo Man" by R. A. Barnet (w) and J. E. Nicol (m); Arthur W. Tams (New York). Cover: drawing of a Caucasian woman telling a story to an African American girl; the drawing is lined with jack-o-lanterns; description reads: "Supplement to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Sunday, June 10, 1900" [Digital Copy],  1900 

"The Bull-Frog Blues" by Tom Brown and Guy Shrigley; Will Rossiter (Chicago). Cover:drawing of a crying bullfrog; two photo insets: one of Tom Brown and another of the Brown Brothers saxophone sextet - five clowns in whiteface and one clown in blackface [Digital Copy],  1916 

"A Bunch of Blues" collection of "The Weary Blues," "String Beans Blues,"and "The Long Lost Blues" by H. Alf. Kelley and J. Paul Wyer.; Will Rossiter (Chicago)" [Digital Copy],  1915 

"The Burning of Rome" by E.T. Paull; E.T. Paull (New York). Cover: drawing of the city of Rome burning; description reads: "march-twostep" [Digital Copy],  1903 

" by the Campfire" by Percy Wenrich; Leo Feist (New York). Cover:drawing of an African American male playing a banjo [Digital Copy],  1919 

" by the Light of the Jungle Moon" by Powell I. Ford (w) and J.C. Atkinson (m); Jerome H. Remick and Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of two women sitting in the jungle. [Digital Copy],  1911 

" bye Bye Birdie" by Lee Adams (w) and Charles Strouse (m); Edwin H. Morris and Co., Inc. (New York). Cover:shows a listing of all performers in Edward Padula's production Bye Bye Birdie"Kids!" [Digital Copy],  1960 

" bye Bye Blues" by Fred Hamm, Dave Bennett, Bert Lown, and Chauncey Gray; Irving Berlin, Inc. (New York). Cover:photo of Bert Lown [Digital Copy],  1930 

Sheet Music. C 

"Call Me Darling" by Bert Reisfeld, Mart Fryberg, and Rolf Marbot, orig. German text (Sag mir Darling) translated by Dorothy Dick; Santly Bros., Inc. (New York)" [Digital Copy],  1931 

"The Captive Lion's Flight"(La fuite du Lion captif) by S. Mazurette; Hamilton S. Gordon (New York). Cover: drawing of a Lion escaping from its Cage; description reads: "Grande Tarantelle Brilliante" [Digital Copy],  1895 

"Carelessly" by Charles and Nick Kenny (w) and Norman Ellis (m); Irving Berlin Inc. (New York). Cover:photo of Red Nichols [Digital Copy],  1936 

"Carry Me Back to Old Virginny" by James Bland (w/m), revised and edited by Harold Potter; Morris Music (Philadelphia). Cover:drawing of an African American female picking cotton [Digital Copy],  1934 

"Carry Me Back to Old Virginny" by James A. Bland (w/m); Boston-Oliver Ditson Company (New York, Chicago). Cover: drawing of African Americans "hanging out" next to a building - one man is playing a banjo (see 336)" [Digital Copy],  1906 

"Champagne Charlie is My Name" by George Cooper (w) and Alfred Lee (m); Wm. Hall & Son (New York). Cover: "sung by the San Francisco Minstrels" [Digital Copy],  1868 

"Carry My Back to Old Virginny" by James A. Bland; Oliver Ditson Company (Boston). Cover: drawing of an African American family sitting in thecourtyard, a man playing Banjo, a woman dancing with a child, and a woman with achild looking out side from a window upstairs (see #18)" [Digital Copy],  1906 

"Celebratin' Day In Tennessee" by Lew Brown (w) and Jack Glogau (m); Leo Feist, Inc. (New York). Cover:drawing of a floral Pattern; photo inset of Emma Carus [Digital Copy],  1914 

"Celestial Voices" by Rose Morris; F.B. Haviland (New York) - Cover Only. Cover:drawing of Angels [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"The Chicago Express" by Percy Wenrich; McKinley Music Co., (Chicago -- New York). Cover:drawing of a train [Digital Copy],  1905 

"Chicken Reel" by Jos. Mittenthal (w) and Jos. M. Daly (m); Daly Music Publisher (Boston). Cover: drawing of African Americans, dressed in finery, dancing in a hall, while a trio of piano, violin, and cello provides the music" [Digital Copy],  1911 

"Chlo-e (Song of the Swamp)" by Gus Kahn (w) and Neil Mor?t (m); Villa Mor?t (San Francisco). Cover:drawing of a swamp; photo inset of Ethel Waters [Digital Copy],  1927 

"Chloe Song" by Harry B. Smith (w) and Reginald DeKoven (m); Edward Schuberth & Co. (New York?). Cover: photo of Miss Anna Held; "Music Supplement of the New York Journal and American, Sunday, Jan. 5, 1902" [Digital Copy],  1901 

"Coal Black Mammy" by Laddie Cliff (w) and Ivy St. Helier (m); Leo Feist (New York). Cover: drawing of a peaceful scene with ducks flying over a cotton field; text at the top reads "the international fox trot success" (see 340)" [Digital Copy],  1921 

"Coal Black Mammy" by Laddie Cliff (w) and Ivy St. Helier (m); Leo Feist, Inc. (New York). Cover:illustration of a peaceful Cotton Field (see #182) [Digital Copy],  1921 

"Come Rain or Come Shine" by Johnny Mercer (w) and Harold Arlen (m); A-M Music Corporation (New York). Cover:drawing of a well-dressed African American couple [Digital Copy],  1946 

"Comin' Thro' The Rye" arranged by J. Parry; no publication information given. Promotional Copy. Cover:a drawing of a woman playing piano; text reads: "The Bromo-Seltzer Collection of 54 Popular Songs" [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"Coon Coon Coon" by Gene Jefferson (w) and Leo Friedman (m); Sol Bloom (Chicago). Cover: drawing of three African American male faces; photo inset of Irving Jones; text reads: "The most successful song hit of 1901. As introduced and sung by Lew Dockstader" [Digital Copy],  1900 

"Corn Pone Shuffle" by Stanford King; Harold Flammer (New York). Cover:drawing of a rural African American male dancing [Digital Copy],  1943 

"Cotton Bolls" by Chas. Hunter; O. K. Houck Piano Co. (Memphis - Little Rock). Cover: drawing of two smiling African Americans and bolls of cotton; description reads "two step" [Digital Copy],  1901 

"Cotton Hollow Harmony" by Chas. A. Mason (w) and Richard A. Whiting (m); Jerome H. Remick & Co. (Detroit, New York). Cover:drawing of an African American couple gazing into each other's eyes [Digital Copy],  1918 

"Creole Bells" by J. Bodewalt Lampe; Whitney - Warner Publishing Cp. (Detroit). Cover:drawing of a garland and bells with photo insets of various women [Digital Copy],  1901 

"Crossing the Ferry" by Bobby Newcomb; Jno. L. Peters, New York [Digital Copy],  1869 

"Cry Baby Blues" by Joe Young and Sam M. Lewis (w) and Geo. W. Meyer (m); Irving Berlin, Inc. (New York)" [Digital Copy],  1921 

"Cynthia Sue" by the Christy Minstrels" (w/m); C. Holt, Jr. (New York). Cover:drawing of the Christy Minstrels performing, with smaller drawings of African Americans dancing and playing music; text reads: "Music of the original Christy Minstrels, the oldest established band in the United States, as arranged and sung by them at all their concerts" [Digital Copy],  1848 

Sheet Music. D 

"Dan Dan Danuel" by Ed. Rogers (w/m); F. B. Haviland Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of an African American male wearing a tuxedo; description reads "A Crazy Coon Concoction" [Digital Copy],  1904 

"The Dance of the Grizzly Bear" by Irving Berlin (w) and George Botsford (m); Ted Snyder Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of two grizzly bears flanking a photo inset of Tim Mc Mahon [Digital Copy],  1910 

"Dancing Down in Dixieland" by Abe Olman and Irving Bibo; Forster Music Publishing (Chicago). Cover: drawing of an elegant African American couple dancing, inset of a paddle wheeler" [Digital Copy],  1916 

"Dancing the Jelly Roll" by Nat Vincent (w) and Herman Paley (m); Jerome H. Remick & Co. (New York, Detroit). Cover: drawing of a Caucasian couple, dressed in finery, dancing, with a Caucasian male playing the banjo in the background" [Digital Copy],  1915 

"(Ta De Da Da De Dum) Dangerous Blues" by Anna Welker Brown (w) and Billie Brown (m); J. W. Jenkins Sons (Kansas City). Cover: drawing of well-dressed Caucasians dancing on the wings of flying airplanes, as a Pan-like satyr figure plays saxophone" [Digital Copy],  1921 

"Darkey's Dream" by G. L. Lansing; McKinley Music Co. (Chicago). Cover: description reads "characteristic dance. Grade 3. A study in triplets, skips and dotted notes" [Digital Copy],  1927 

"Darktown Barbacue" by Will Marion Cook (w/m); John H. Cook Publishing Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of a bull's head with a string of flowers tied between the horns, caricatures of African American males stare out from the cow's eyes, while an African American female is painted on the cows forehead; "Music Supplement New York American and Journal, Sunday, April 16, 1905 [Digital Copy],  1904 

"The Darktown Poker Club" by Jean Havez (w) and Bert Williams and Will H. Vodery (m); Remick Music Corporation (New York)" [Digital Copy],  1914 

"The Darktown Strutters' Ball" by Shelton Brooks; Leo Feist, Inc. (New York). Cover: caricature drawing of African American couples dancing, photo inset of Ben Davis" [Digital Copy],  1917 

"The Darktown Strutters' Ball" by Shelton Brooks; Leo Feist, Inc. (New York) [Digital Copy],  1945 

"Dar's Somethin' About Yer I Like" by John T. Kelly (w/m); Weber Fields & Stromberg (New York). Cover: drawing of an African American male talking to an African American female; description reads "An Ethiopian Character Creation" [Digital Copy],  1898 

"De Wes' Wind Blows from de Wes'" by Larry E. Johnson (w/m); T. S. Denison & Co. (Chicago). Cover: description reads "exclusive novelty numbers for musical comedies, minstrels, vaudeville, revues and specialties" [Digital Copy],  1924 

"The Dixie Volunteers" music by Harry Ruby; words by Edgar Leslie [Digital Copy],  1917 

"The Do I or Don't I Blues (The Undecided Blues)" by Elsie Janis (w/m); Irving Berlin, Inc. (New York). Cover: "featured by Elsie Janis in Puzzles of 1925" [Digital Copy],  1925 

"Do Not Forget the Old Days" by Jean C. Havez (w/m); Lew Dockstader Pub. Co. (New York). Cover: photos of Lew Dockstader, one in blackface; "Songs Introduced by Lew Dockstader and His Great Minstrel Company" [Digital Copy],  1906 

"Do You Remember?." by F.E. Weatherly (w) and H.J. Wrightson; The B.F. Wood Music Co (Boston). Cover: text reads: "song with Cello obligato" [Digital Copy],  1898 

"Doan Ye Cry, Ma Honey" by Albert W. Noll; Oliver Ditson Co. (Boston). Cover: text reads: "Songs in Negro Dialect" [Digital Copy],  1899 

"Doan Ye Cry Ma Honey" by Albert W. Noll (w/m); Oliver Ditson Company (Boston, New York). Cover: description reads "darky song" [Digital Copy],  1899 

"Dolores" by Frank Loesser (w) and Louis Alter (m); Paramount (New York). Cover:photo of Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra [Digital Copy],  1941 

"Don't Be Angry with Me Darling" by W.L. Gardner (w) and H.P. Danks (m); Charles W. Harris (New York) [Digital Copy],  1871 

"Don't Be Too Sure" by Hal Billings (w) and Henry R. Cohen (m); Ell and Ell Publishing Co. (Los Angeles). [Cover Only]. Cover: Couple strolling arm in arm past a cupid figure sitting on a sign reading "stop look listen" [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"Don't Take away those Blues" by Joe McKiernan and Norman Spencer; Jerome H. Remick & Co. (New York - Detroit). Cover:drawing of well-dressed Caucasian couples dancing [Digital Copy],  1920 

"Don't You Remember" or "Ben Bolt" by Thomas Dunn English (w) and Nelson Kneass (m); Dana T. Bennett Co. (New York). Cover: Photos of Gecko, Svengali & Trilby, Mme. Vinard, Little Billee- Taffy- The Laird, Angele & Zou-Zou; Text reads: "as sung by Miss Phyllis Neilson-Terry in the play of 'TRILBY'" [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"Down Among the Sheltering Palms" music by Abe Olman; words by James Brockman. Cover: Drawing of palm trees and a steam ship; photo inset of Al Jolson [Digital Copy],  1901 

"Down in Jungle Town" by Edward Madden (w) and Theodore Morse (m); F. B. Haviland Pub. Co. (New York). Cover: colorful drawing of thatched beach houses, surrounded by palm trees - two monkeys sit on the steps of the central hut; an internal description reads "a monkey ditty" [Digital Copy],  1908 

"Down in Jungletown" by Edward Madden (w) and Theodore Morse (m); F.B. Haviland (New York). Cover:drawing of thatched buildings near a Jungle; photo insets of Edward Madden,Theodore Morse, and Maud Clement (see 52.29 and #358a) 1908 

"Down in the Deep, Let Me Sleep When I Die" by W. L. Titus (w) and H. W. Petrie (m); Albright Music Co. (Chicago). Cover: drawing of a ship in rough waters, with a photo inset of Fred J. Barnes of Primrose and Dockstader's Minstrels" [Digital Copy],  1900 

"Down on de Banks ob de Mississippi Ribber" by R. A. Browne (w) and Chas. Coleman (m); Frank Tousey's Publishing House (New York, London). Cover: drawing of an African American male lying on a river bank, fishing line between his toes, waiting for a catch; description reads "a Mississippi Cat-Fish Nig" [Digital Copy],  1896 

"Down Souf in Alabama" by B. H. Janssen; M. D. Janssen & Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of a well-dressed African American male dancing along by himself [Digital Copy],  1898 

"Down South" by W. H. Myddleton; Jos. W. Stern & Co. (London). Cover: caricature drawings of four scenes labeled "Big Boot Dance," "Cake Walk," "Minstrels," and "Sand Dancers" [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"Down Where the Cotton Blossoms Grow" by Andrew B. Sterling (w) and Harry Von Tilzer (m); Shapiro, Remick and Co. (New York). Cover:Drawing of a cotton field; photo inset of Geo. H. Diamond [Digital Copy],  1901 

"Down Where the Swanee River Flows" by Chas. McCarron and Chas. S. Alberte (w) and Albert Von Tilzer (m); Broadway Music Corp. (New York). Cover:drawing of an idyllic southern landscape; drawing inset of Al Jolson [Digital Copy],  1916 

"Dream Daddy" by Louis Herscher (w) and George Keefer (m); Joe Morris Music Co. (New York). Cover: photo of "The Benson Orchestra of Chicago - Don Bestor, Director" [Digital Copy],  1923 

"Dreaming" by Archibald Joyce; Leo Feist, Inc. (New York). Cover:Drawing of a woman with flowers; text reads: "Valse Boston" [Digital Copy],  1911 

"Dreaming Love of You" by Chas. K. Harris; Chas. K. Harris (New York -- Chicago). Cover:drawing of a woman surrounded by flowers [Digital Copy],  1905 

"Dreamy Melody" by Ted Koehler, Frank Magine, and C. Naset; Jerome H. Remick & Co. (New York - Detroit). Cover: photo of "Art Landry and his Call of the North Orchestra" [Digital Copy],  1922 

Sheet Music. E-F 

"Echoes From Old Mobile" by Walter E. Petry; The S. Brainards Sons Co. (New York -- Chicago). Cover:Photo of a young boy leaning against a piano [Digital Copy],  1899 

"Eili Eili" by Jacob Koppell Sandler; Robbins Music Inc. (New York) [Digital Copy],  1934 

"Eli Green's Cake Walk" by Dave Reed Jr. (w) and Sadie Koninsky (m); Jos. W. Stern & Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of a well dressed African American couple dancing [Digital Copy],  1896 

"Ev'ry Little Bit Helps" by George Whiting (w) and Fred Fischer (m); Harry von Tilzer Music Publishing Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of two well dressed African Americans - the male is on his knees addressing the female, who has her back turned to him and her nose turned up" [Digital Copy],  1904 

"Evah Dahkey is a King" by E. P. Moran & Paul Laurence Dunbar (w) and John H. Cook (m); Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co. (Chicago). Cover: caricature photo; "Music Supplement of the New York American and Journal. Sunday, October 26, 1902)" [Digital Copy],  1902 

"Everybody Works but Father" by Jean Havez; Held & Hager Co. (New York). Cover:photos of Lew Dockstader - one in blackface [Digital Copy],  1905 

"Everybody's Doin' It Now" by Irving Berlin; Ted Snyder Co (New York). Cover:drawing of a dancing couple; photo inset of Master Jack Ranahan [Digital Copy],  1911 

"Exactly Like You" by Dorothy Fields (w) and Jimmy McHugh (m); Shapiro, Bernstein, and Co., Inc. (New York). Cover: text reads: "From Lew Leslie's International Revue" [Digital Copy],  1930 

"Fade Away, I'm Waitin' Fo' Mah Man" by Frank Abbott (w) and Ben. M. Jerome (m); Howley, Haviland & Dresser (New York). Cover: drawing of a saddened African American male sitting on the steps to a locked house, while an African American female peers out from behind the curtains; photo inset of two Caucasian males in blackface, listed as "Ward and Wade" [Digital Copy],  1902 

"Fantasia - Variations" by W.C. Polla; Vandersloot Music Publishing Co. (Williamsport, PA). Cover:drawing of trees [Digital Copy],  1910 

"Les Filles De Cadix (The Maids of Cadiz)" by Alfred De Musset (w) and Leo Delibes (m); Robbins Music Corporation (New York). Cover:Photo of Jeanette MacDonald [Digital Copy],  1944 

"The Finger Wrecker" by Bert Dixon; Jack Mills Inc. (New York). Cover: description reads "novelty piano solo" [Digital Copy],  1922 

"First Heart Throbs" by Richard Eilenberg; DeLuxe Music Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of a girl and a boy sitting in the garden, holding hands" [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"For Me and My Gal" by Edgar Leslie and E. Ray Goetz (w) and Geo. W. Meyer (m); Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co. (New York). Cover: photo of the "Bowman Bros." - two Caucasian males, one in blackface" [Digital Copy],  1912 

"For You" by Al Dubin (w) and Joe Burke (m); M. Whitmark and Sons (New York). Cover:drawing of a woman serenaded by her admirer [Digital Copy],  1930 

"Forbidden Love" by Jack Elliott and Harold Spina; Mogull Music Corp. (New York). Cover:photo of Vic Damone [Digital Copy],  1950 

Sheet Music. G 

"The Gaby Glide" by Harry Pilcer (w) and Louis A. Hirsch (m); Shapiro Music Publishing (New York). Cover:photo of a Caucasian couple dancing [Digital Copy],  1911 

"A Girlie Was Just Made To Love" by Joe Goodwin (w) and George W. Meyer (m); F.B. Haviland (New York). Cover:portrait of a Caucasian woman surrounded by flowering vines [Digital Copy],  1911 

"The Glory of Love" by Billy Hill; Peter Maurice Music Co. (New York). Cover:photo of singer Tommy Brookins [Digital Copy],  1936 

"Go Back Where You Stayed Last Night" by Ethel Waters and Sidney Easton; Triangle Music Pub. Co. (New York). Cover:photo of a woman sending a dejected man out into the snow [Digital Copy],  1926 

"Good-Bye Broadway, Hello France" by C. Francis Reisner and Benny Davis (w) and Billy Baskette (m); Leo Feist, Inc. (New York). Cover:drawing of an American soldier shaking hands with a French soldier across a symbolic representation of the United States and Europe during World War I [Digital Copy],  1917 

"Good-bye Mister Greenback" by Thos. S. Allen (w/m); Walter Jacobs (Boston). Cover: drawing of a cigar smoking African American male staring down at the one dollar bill in his hands; around him, bills of various denominations fly away on wings" [Digital Copy],  1906 

"Good-Bye Mr. Ragtime (Since the Merry Widow Waltz has Come to Town)" by Wm. Jerome (w) and Jean Schwartz (m); Cohan & Harris Publishing Co. (New York)" [Digital Copy],  1908 

"Good Evenin'" by Paul Laurence Dunbar (w) and Will Marion Cook (m); Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co. (New York). Cover: description reads "A Real Native Southern Negro Melody" and "Music Supplement of the N. Y. American and Journal. Sunday, March 22, 1903" [Digital Copy],  1902 

"Good Morning Carrie!" by R. C. McPherson (w) and Smith & Bowman (m); Windsor Music Co. (Chicago, New York). Cover:caricature of an African American male playing banjo and serenading an African American female who is looking out from her window; a photo inset shows singer Edgar Atchison-Ely dressed as a woman [Digital Copy],  1901 

"Gotta be This or That" by Sunny Skylar (w/m); Harms Incorporated (New York). Cover:photo of Benny Goodman [Digital Copy],  1945 

"The Great Waltz" by Oscar Hammerstein II (w) and Johann Strauss II (m); Leo Feist, Inc. (New York). Cover:photo of Miliza Korjus and Fernand Gravet [Digital Copy],  1944 

"Greeting to the Yellow and Blue" by John Emil Wimmerstedt; John E. Wimmerstedt (Brooklyn, NY). Cover:drawing of the Swedish and American flags;text reads "Royal Grand March dedicated in Honor of his Royal Highness Prince Wilhelm of Sweden" [Digital Copy],  1908 

"Gwine to Heaben Some Day" by Speed Langworthy (w) and Vernon Richner (m); T. S. Denison & Company (Chicago)" "Description reads: Negro Spiritual with Male Quartet" [Digital Copy],  1929 

Sheet Music. H 

"Hannah's Promenade" by J. H. Ellis; [no publisher information]. Cover: description reads "cake-walk" [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"Happy Days in Georgia" by Chas Kuebler; Brehm Bros. (Erie, PA). Cover: drawing of an African American male performing on a five-string banjo, while a well-dressed African American couple dances in the background [all but the final page of music are missing]" [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"Happy Hannah" by Theo. Havemeyer; McKinley Music Co. (Chicago, New York). Cover: caricature of four African Americans, drawn with monkey-like features; description reads "Cake Walk" [Digital Copy],  1898 

"Happy Little Nigs" by George Elliott; W. J. Dyer & Bro. (Saint Paul, Minnesota). Cover: drawing of young African Americans dancing as an older African American male plays the banjo; description reads "rag two step" [Digital Copy],  1897 

"Happy Rag" by R. G. Gradi; Ajax Music Co. (Chicago, Illinois). Cover:caricature of an African American male playing a five-string banjo [Digital Copy],  1913 

"Harlem Rhythm Dance" by Clarence Williams (w) and Andy Razaf (m); Clarence Williams Music Publishing Co. (New York). Cover:photo of the three scamps [Digital Copy],  1933 

"He Told Me So" by Emily T. Charles (w) and J.W. Schoff (m); John F. Ellis and Co (Washington D.C.). Cover: text reads "Dedicated to Miss Katie N. Scott" [Digital Copy],  1885 

"He's A Rag Picker" by Irving Berlin; Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder, and Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of a man playing piano; photo inset of Chretienne & Louisette [Digital Copy],  1914 

"He's a Rag Picker" by Irving Berlin; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of a Caucasian male playing piano, inset photo of McCormack & Irving" [Digital Copy],  1914 

"Hesitation Blues (Oh! Baby, Must I Hesitate?)" by Scott Middleton and Billy Smythe; Billy Smythe Music Co. (Louisville, KY). Cover:photo of the Ranos [photocopy] [Digital Copy],  1915 

"Hear the Pickaninny Band" by Billy J. Vanderveer (w) and Seymour Furth (m); Joe Morris Music Co. (New York). Cover:caricature of an African American marching band parading down a street [Digital Copy],  1911 

"Higgledy-Piggledy" by Edgar Smith (w) and Maurice Levi (m); Chas. K. Harris (New York). Cover:photo of woman in hat with two smaller photos of a man [Digital Copy],  1904 

"High Yellow Cake Walk and Two-Step" by F. Henri Klickmann; Frank K. Root & Co. (Chicago, New York). Cover:drawing of a well-dressed African American couple dancing [Digital Copy],  1915 

"Hit the Deck"music by Vincent Youmans; words by Leo Robinson and Clifford Grey; New York: Harms Inc.. Cover: description reads: ""A nautical musical comedy"" [Digital Copy],  1927 

"Home Sickness Blues" by Cliff Hess (w/m); Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of a pleasant home surrounded by trees and singing birds; photo inset of Nora Bayes [Digital Copy],  1916 

"Home Sweet Home" arranged by G.J. Webb; no publication information given. Promotional Copy. Cover: drawing of a woman playing piano; text reads "The Bromo-Seltzer Collection of 54 Popular Songs" [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"Homesick Blues" by Cliff Hess; Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Co. (New York). Cover:idyllic drawing of a house and birds on a branch; photo inset of Nora Bayes [Digital Copy],  1916 

"Honey You're the Warmest Gal In Town" by Irving Jones (w/m); F. A. Mills (New York). Cover: photo of "Mr. J. Flatow and Miss K. Dunn" dressed in blackface [Miss K. Dunn appears to be a male]; "Musical Supplement of the New York Journal and Advertiser. June 5, 1898" [Digital Copy],  1897 

"The Horse Trot" by Uriel Davis; Jerome H. Remick and Co. (New York -- Detroit). Cover:drawing of a Caucasian couple dancing on a yellow carpet [Digital Copy],  1912 

"Horses" by Richard A. Whiting and Byron Gay; Leo. Feist (New York). Cover: drawing of three horses with riders in a race; photo of the Oriole Orchestra; description reads "A Funny Fox Trot Song with Ukulele Accompaniment" [Digital Copy],  1926 

[Hot Lips] "(When he Plays Jazz he's Got -) Hot Lips" by Henry Busse, Henry Lange and Lou Davis; Leo. Feist (New York). Cover: drawing of an African American male playing trumpet; description reads "a blues fox trot song" (2 versions)" [Digital Copy],  1922 

"Hot Lips" by Henry Busse, Henry Lange, and Lou Davis; Leo. Feist (New York). Cover: photo of Henry Busse holding a trumpet; description reads "a blues fox trot song" [Digital Copy],  1922 

"A Hot Time in Monkey Town" by Edward Madden (w) and Percy Wenrich (m); Jerome Remick and Co. (New York -- Detroit) [Digital Copy],  1911 

"How'd You Like To Be My Daddy" by Joe Young and Sam M. Lewis (w) and Ted Snyder (m); Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Co. (New York). Cover:photo of two women superimposed over a drawing of an exotic garden scene [Digital Copy],  1918 

"Hunky-Dory" by Abe Holzmann; Leo Feist (New York). Cover: three photos of four African Americans (two men and two women); description reads "Characteristic cake walk, march, & two step" [Digital Copy],  1901 

Sheet Music. I 

"I Ain't Got No Happy Home to Leave" by J. Fred Helf (w/m); Feist & Frankenthaler (New York). Cover: "Supplement to the New York World. Sunday, March 4, 1900"; "Lew Dockstader's Greatest Hit" [Digital Copy],  1900 

"I Ain't'en Got'en No Time to Have the Blues" by Andrew B. Sterling (w) and Harry von Tilzer (m); Harry von Tilzer Music Publishing Co. (New York - Chicago). Cover: drawing of an African American male on his knees, pleading to an African American female; photo inset of the Duncan Sisters" [Digital Copy],  1919 

"I Didn't Raise My Boy to be a Soldier" by Alfred Bryan (w) and Al. Piantadosi (m); Leo. Feist (New York). Cover: drawing of a mother holding her son, as she visualizes a battle scene; photo inset of the American Comedy Four, four Caucasians, one in blackface; text at the top reads "A Mother's Plea for Peace" [Digital Copy],  1915 

"I Don't Care What You Used To Be (I Know What You Are Today)" by Al Dubin and Jimmy McHugh; Jakc Mills, Inc. (New York). Cover:drawing of a Caucasian couple; photo inset of Ruth Wales & Doris Relyea [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"I Feel You Near Me" by Joseph McCarthy (w) and James Hanley (m); Red Star Music Company (New York). Cover:photo of John McCormack and a photo a Caucasian couple [Digital Copy],  1930 

"I Have Got the Blues To Day!" by Sarah M. Graham (w) and Mary E. Thompson (m); Gustave Blessner . "[This is a photocopy of a page in Victrola & 78 Journal, Spring 1996, which showcases this piece of sheet music. The text from the journal states: "Above is the cover of a piece of sheet music in Mike Montgomery's collection. It pre-dates the Civil War [...] Lyrics establish that "blues" here means unhappy or depressed: 'Life was a rosy dream I vow/It seems a horrid nightmare now!/Then I was gayest of the gay/But I have got the blues to day! 1850 

"I Just Met The Fellow Who Married The Girl That I Was Going To Get" by Jos. McCarthy (w) and Al. Piantadosi (m); Leo Feist Inc. (New York). Cover:photoof two men on the street looking to each other [Digital Copy],  1911 

"I Love Dat Man" by Dan Packard (w) and E. J. Simnes (m); Mill Bros. (New York). Cover: photo of Miss Alice Atherton, a Caucasian singer in front of a wall separating her from an African American vocal quartet; "Musical Supplement of the New York Journal and Advertiser. July 10, 1898" description reads "a coon song" [Digital Copy],  1898 

"I Love Her Oh! Oh! Oh!" by Joe McCarthy and E.P. Morgan (w) and James V. Monaco (m); Broadway Music Corp. (New York). Cover:drawing of a dancing man; photo inset of Al Jolson [Digital Copy],  1913 

[I Love the Name...]"(Some One Waits, and that is Why) I Love the Name of Dixie" by Jack Frost (w) and E. Clinton Keithley (m); Frank K. Root & Co. (Chicago - New York). Cover:African Americans picking cotton [Digital Copy],  1915 

"I Want My Lulu" by Lew. Dockstader (w) and Karl St. Clair (m); W. B. Gray & Co. (New York). Cover: photo of Lew. Dockstader in blackface; "A Disturbance in Coontown" [Digital Copy],  1897 

"I Want To Go Back To Michigan (Down On The Farm)" by Irving Berlin; Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of a little farm scene; photo inset of The Lynch Trio [Digital Copy],  1914 

"I Want Yer Ma Honey" by Fay Templeton (w/m); T. B. Harms & Co. (New York). Cover: Description reads "An Ethiopian Oddity" [Digital Copy],  1895 

"I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate" by A. J. Piron (w/m); Clarence Williams Publishing Co. (New York). Cover: photo of the "original Memphis Five - Kings of Dance Music" [Digital Copy],  1922 

"I Wonder Whom I'll Marry" by C.M.S. McLellan (w) and Ivan Caryll (m); Chappell and Co. Ltd. (New York). Cover: text reads "The Little Cafe - a Musical Play in Three Acts" [Digital Copy],  1913 

"I Wouldn't Trade The Silver In My Mother's Hair (For All the Gold in the World)" by Little Jack Little and J. Fred Coots; Irving Berlin, Inc. (New York). Cover:drawing of a portrait (profile) of an elderly lady [Digital Copy],  1932 

"If We Can't Be The Same Old Sweethearts We'll Just Be The Same Old Friends" by Joe McCarthy (w) and Jimmie V. Monaco (m); Leo Feist, Inc. (New York). Cover:a Caucasian couple on a park bench [Digital Copy],  1915 

"If You Had The World and All Its Gold" by Bartley Costello and Harry Edelheit (w) and Albert Piantadosi (m); Al. Piantadosi and Co. Inc. (New York)" Cover:photo of Eva Tanguay [Digital Copy],  1916 

"I'm A Real Kind Mama (Lookin' For A Lovin' Man)" by Roger Graham (w) and Maceo Pinkard (m); Frank K. Root and Co. (Chicago -- New York). Cover:a drawing of a woman wearing a massive hoopskirt (Tricolor outfit: red, white, and blue)" [Digital Copy],  1917 

"I'm Drifting Back to Dreamland" by Florence Charlesworth and Charles Harrison (w) and Jack Sadler (m); Ted Browne Music Co. (Chicago). Cover: photo of "the Benson Orchestra of Chicago - Don Bestor Director" [Digital Copy],  1922 

"I'm Gonna Bring a Watermelon to my Girl To-Night" by Billy Rose (w) and Con Conrad (m); B. Feldman & Co. (London). Cover:drawing of an African American male taking a watermelon to his girlfriend [Digital Copy],  1924 

"I'm Just Wild about Harry" by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake; M. Witmark & Sons (New York). Cover: drawing of a well dressed African American male asking a fawning African American female to dance; description reads "fox-trot novelty song from the sensational musical comedy success Shuffle Along" [Digital Copy],  1921 

"I'm Just Wild about Harry" by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake; M. Witmark & Sons (New York). Cover:drawings of various people's legs [Digital Copy],  1921 

"I'm Saving Up the Means to Get to New Orleans" by Howard Johnson and Harry de Costa; Leo. Feist (New York). Cover: drawing of three scenes of African Americans - one of picking cotton, another of a duo singing and playing banjo, and the last of dock workers; photo inset of singer Emma Carus" [Digital Copy],  1916 

"I'm Sorry I Made You Cry" by N.J. Clesi; Leo Feist (New York). Cover:drawing of a Caucasian couple, locked in an embrace" [Digital Copy],  1918 

"Impecunious Davis" by Kerry Mills; F. A. Mills (New York). Cover: caricature of an African American male reclining against bales of cotton set on a city dock; description reads "characteristic two-step march, polka & cake-walk [all music is missing, only the title page remains]" [Digital Copy],  1899? 

"In a Southern Cabin" by Ella Ketterer; Theodore Presser (Philadelphia) [Digital Copy],  1944 

"In Dear Old Tennessee" by Olive L. Frields (w) and Harry L. Newman (m); Shapiro Music Publisher (New York). Cover:drawing of a rural landscape with a cottage; photo inset of Sallie Randall. [Digital Copy],  1909 

"In the Evening by the Moonlight" by James Bland; Calumet Music (Chicago). Cover:drawing of musicians playing under the moonlight [Digital Copy],  1937 

"In the Evening By the Moonlight" by James Bland; Calumet Music Co. (Chicago). Cover:drawing of an African American man playing Banjo in the moonlight. [Digital Copy],  1937 

"In The Garden" by Archie Fletcher (w) and Arthur Lang (m); Joe Morris Music Company (New York). Cover:photo of John Bunny [Digital Copy],  1914 

"In the Heart of the City (That Has No Heart)" by Thos. S. Allen (w) and Joseph M. Daly (m); Daly Music Publisher (Boston). Cover:drawing of a lone woman walking a dark city; photo inset of Jerome Tobin [Digital Copy],  1913 

"The Invitation Rag" by Les Copland; Jerome H. Remick (New York - Detroit). Cover Only. Cover:photo of Les Copeland [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"Ireland Must Be Heaven, For My Mother Came From There" by Joe McCarthy, Howard Johnson, and Fred Fisher; Leo Feist Inc. (New York). Cover:drawing of a castle and clover; photo inset of Avon Comedy 4 [Digital Copy],  1916 

"Is You is, or is You Ain't (Ma' Baby)" by Billy Austin and Louis Jordan; Leeds Music (New York). Cover: "from the Universal Picture Follow the Boys" [Digital Copy],  1944 

"The Island of Roses and Love" by Earle G. Jones (w) and Neil Morfet (m); Jerome H. Remick and Co. (New York). Cover:Photo of Lillian Russell [Digital Copy],  1911 

"Isle D'Amour" by Earl Carroll (w) and Leo. Edwards (m); Leo Feist (New York). Cover:Photo of Jose Collins [Digital Copy],  1913 

"It Ain't Necessarily So" by DuBose Heyward (w) and George Gershwin (m); Gershwin Publishing Corp. (New York). Cover:drawing of an African American couple about to kiss; from Porgy and Bess [Digital Copy],  1935 

"It Takes a Long Tall Brown-skin Gal to Make a Preacher Lay His Bible Down" by Marshall Walker (w) and Will E. Skidmore (m); Skidmore (Kansas City, MO). Cover:drawing of an African American minister walking away from a church with an African American woman - his Bible is left on the road; photo inset of singer Rae Samuels [Digital Copy],  1917 

"It's Anybody's Spring" by Johnny Burke (w) and James Van Heusen (m); Burke and Van Heusen, Inc. (New York). Cover:Mountains in the Background with superimposed photos of Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour; from The Road to Utopia" [Digital Copy],  1945 

"I've Said My Last Farewell (Toot-Toot-Good-Bye)" by Ed. Rose (w) and Fred Fischer (m); Helf & Hager Co. (New York). Cover: caricature drawing of an African American male waving goodbye to an African American female, as his train moves through a blizzard; photo inset of singer Cordella Mitchell" [Digital Copy],  1906 

"I've Got de Blues" by Smith & Bowman; Lyceum Publ. Co. . [photocopy of the music; cover is a photo of the "Versatile Trio," which features a piano, saxophone, and a short-neck banjo] 1901 

"I've Got My Habits On" by Chris. Smith and Bob Schafer (w) and Jimmie Durante (m); Goodman & Rose Inc. (New York). Cover:drawing of African American male musicians; photo inset of singer Patricola [Digital Copy],  1921 

"I've Got the Texas Blues" by Alice Canterbury; Canterbury Publications (Los Angeles). Cover:photo of Irving Siegel playing an accordion [Digital Copy],  1945 

Sheet Music. J 

"Jazz Baby" by Blanche Merrill (w) and M. K. Jerome (m); Waterson, Berlin & Snyder (New York). Cover:drawing of well-dressed Caucasian couples dancing [Digital Copy],  1919 

"Jazz Baby" by Blanche Merrill (w) and M.K. Jerome (m); Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of Caucasian couples dancing in at a Ball [Digital Copy],  1919 

"Jazzin' the Blues Away" by Jeff Branen (w) and Dick Heinrich (m); A. J. Stasny Music Co. (New York - Cleveland). Cover:drawings of Caucasian males performing music [Digital Copy],  1918 

"Jealous" by Tommie Malie and Dick Finch (w) and Jack Little (m); Henry Waterson Inc. (New York). Cover:drawing of a woman with a red hat and a red ribbon [Digital Copy],  1924 

"Jolly Darkies" by Karl Bechter; Allan & Co. (Melbourne - Sydney). Cover: drawing of African American men performing music, while another dances; description reads "piano duet" [Digital Copy],  1915 

"Juba" by R. Nathaniel Dett; Clayton F. Summy Co. (Chicago). Cover: description reads "dance from the suite "In the Bottoms" for piano As played by the world renowned pianist Percy Grainger" [Digital Copy],  1913 

"Jubilee March" by Samuel D. Brown (w/m), arranged by E. Durand; J.R. Bell (Leavenworth, Kansas). Cover:four caricature drawings of African Americans - in one, a group, dressed in finery, processes into a ballroom; in another, a group sits around a table eating watermelons; in another, a rural family dances a country dance; the final drawing is of a family preparing food in a kitchen [Digital Copy],  1881 

"Just a Cottage Small (By a Waterfall)" by B.G. DeSylva (w) and James F. Hanley (m); Harms Incorporated (New York). Cover:photo of John McCormack [Digital Copy],  1925 

"Just a Gigolo (Sch?ner Gigolo)" by Julius Brammer (w) and Leonello Casucci (m), translated by Irving Caesar; De Sylva, Brown, and Henderson, Inc. (New York) [Digital Copy],  1930 

"Just for To-Night" by Frank O. French (w/m); M. Witmark & Sons (New York - Chicago). Cover: photo of "Jos. E. Blamphin the phenomenal tenor of Al. G. Field's Minstrels", Botanical Illustration" [Digital Copy],  1902 

"Just Friends" by Sam M. Lewis (w) and John Klenner (m); Robbins Music Corporation (New York). Cover: photo of "Red" McKenzie" [Digital Copy],  1931 

Sheet Music. K 

"The Kangaroo Hop" by Melville Morris; Jerome H. Remick and Co. (New York -- Detroit). Cover:a Caucasian couple dancing under the trees [Digital Copy],  1915 

"Keep Smiling At Trouble (Trouble's a Bubble)" by Al Jolson and B.G. De Sylva (w) and Lewis Gensler (m); Harms Incorporated (New York). Cover:photo of Al Jolson [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"Keep Your eye On The Girlie You Love" by Howard Johnson and Alex Gerber (w) and Ira Schuster (m); Leo Feist, Inc. (New York). Cover:a couple taking astroll, while walking a pair of dogs; photo inset of Sophie Tucker" [Digital Copy],  1916 

"Kentucky Dream" by Agnetta Floris (w) and S.R. Henry and D. Onivas (m), translated by Frank H. Warden; Jos. W. Stern and Co. (New York). Cover:a Photoof Mabel Norman [Digital Copy],  1918 

"Kerry Mills Barn Dance" by Kerry Mills; F.A. Mills (New York). Cover: drawing of Caucasian couples dancing in a barn [Digital Copy],  1908 

"Kiss and Make Up" by Ned Miller (w) and Al Bogate and Carl Hoefle (m); Leo Feist Inc. (New York). Cover:drawing of a Caucasian couple leaning in for a kiss; photo inset of Ralph Jones [Digital Copy],  1927 

"Kiss Waltz" by Al Dubin (w) and Joe Burke (m); M. Whitmark and Sons (New York). Cover:photo of Grant Withers and Sue Carol dancing; from Dancing Sweeties [Digital Copy],  1930 

Sheet Music. L 

"La Veeda" by Nat. Vincent (w) and John Alden (m); Jerome H. Remick and Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of a woman dancing in fancy dress; description reads "Castilian fox-trot" [Digital Copy],  1920 

"The Last Round-Up" by Billy Hill; Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. (New York). Cover:silhouette drawing of a cowboy on his horse; photo insets of George Olsen and Joe Morisson [Digital Copy],  1933 

"The Laughing Little Red-Head Coon" by Ellis G. Berg (w/m); Harry Tillmann & Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of a red-headed African American boy; "supplement to the N. Y. World. Jan. 14, 1900" description reads "a coon lullaby" [Digital Copy],  1899 

"A Li'l' Coon's Dilemma" by Enid Hey (w) and Pauline Winslow (m); Muse Publishing Co. (Brooklyn). Cover: drawing of a frightened African American girl and an on looking African American woman; description reads "a humorous encore song" [Digital Copy],  1931 

"The Lighthouse Song" by Allen Lowe (w) and Charles Denn?e (m); Arthur P. Schmidt. Cover:drawing of a ship and a Lighthouse [Digital Copy],  1902 

"Limehouse Blues" by Douglas Furber (w) and Philip Braham (m); Harms Incorporated (New York)" [Digital Copy],  1922 

"Listen to that Jungle Band" by Al. Bryan (w) and Kendis & Paley (m); Shapiro (New York). Cover: drawing of a monkey conducting various jungle animals, as they perform music; photo inset of singer Clarence Marks in blackface. (see 419)" [Digital Copy],  1910 

"Listen To That Jungle Band" by Al. Bryan (w) and Kendis and Paley (m); Shapiro Music Publisher (New York). Cover:exotic animals singing and playing musicin jungle; photo inset of Sydney Gibson. (see #68) [Digital Copy],  1910 

"Little Alabama Coon" by Hattie Starr; Willis Woodward & Co. (New York). Cover:photo of singer Miss Frankie M. Raymond [Digital Copy],  1893 

"Little Alabama Coon" by Hattie Starr (w/m); Edward B. Marks Music Co. (New York)" [Digital Copy],  1893/1920 

"A Little Bit O' Honey" by W. G. Wilson (w) and Carrie Jacobs-Bond (m); Carrie Jacobs-Bond & Son (Hollywood). Cover:painting of an African American mother holding a child on her lap [Digital Copy],  1917 

"Little Grey Home In The West" by D. Eardley-Wilmot (w) and Hermann L?hr (m); Chappell and Co. Ltd. (New York) [Digital Copy],  1911 

[Little House] "(There's a Light That's Burning in the Window of) The Little House Upon the Hill" by Ballard Macdonald, Joe Goodwin, and Harry Puck; Shapiro, Bernstein, and Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of an elderly lady sitting on a bench near a dog - a house is centered in the background; photo inset of Ward and Delmore [Digital Copy],  1914 

"Little Puff of Smoke, Good Night" by R. W. Lardner (w) and G. Harris (Doc') White (m); Victor Kremer Co. (Chicago - New York). Cover: drawing of an older African American woman sitting in a rocking chair with a child on her lap; description reads "a southern croon" [Digital Copy],  1910 

"Little Yaller Boy" by Hugh Morton (w) and Gustave Kerker (m); T. B. Harms (New York). Cover: "Musical Supplement of the New York Journal and Advertiser. April 3, 1898" [Digital Copy],  1898 

"Liza Smile! Smile! Smile!" by James M. Reilly (w) and Arthur Gillespie (m); Reilly and Co. (Albany, New York). Cover:photo of Miss Annie Kenwick [Digital Copy],  1901 

"Love and Glory" by Lee Orean Smith; Leo Feist Inc. (New York)" Cover:a drawing of patriotic scene of knights in armor and various representations of the American flag. [Digital Copy],  1912 

"The Love Nest" by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel (w) and Louis A. Hirsch (m); Victoria Publishing Corp. (New York) [Digital Copy],  1920 

"Love Will Find a Way" by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake; M. Witmark & Sons (New York)" [Digital Copy],  1921 

Sheet Music. M 

"Ma Ebony Belle" by Ed. Gardenier (w) and Maurice Levi (m); Rogers Bros. (New York). Cover: photos of Gus Rogers, Max Rogers, and Hattie Williams; description reads "coon song & refrain" [Digital Copy],  1901 

"Ma Lady Lu" by Chas. W Doty (w) and Edwin S. Brill (m); Chas. B. Ward Music Publishing Co. (New York). Cover: photo of Greg Patti; description reads "a darky love lament" [Digital Copy],  1899 

"Ma Lady Lu" by Chas. W. Doty (w) and Edwin S. Brill (m); Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co. (New York). Cover:photo of the Clemence Sisters (Violet and Rose) [Digital Copy],  1902 

"Magnetic Rag" by Scott Joplin; Jack Mills Inc. (New York). Cover: description reads "novelty piano solo" [Digital Copy],  1922 

"Mammy Blossom's 'Possum Party" by Arthur Fields (w) and Theodore Morse (m); Leo. Feist (New York). Cover: drawing of rural African Americans dancing to music made by a banjo player, an accordionist, and by wood blocks; photo inset of jack Connors Jr.(see 417)" [Digital Copy],  1917 

"Mammy Blossom's 'Possum Party" by Arthur Fields (w) and Theodore Morse (m); Leo Feist, Inc. (New York). Cover:drawing of African Americans playing music and dancing; photo inset of Eddie McGrath (see #73) [Digital Copy],  1917 

"Mammy Jinny's Jubilee" by L. Wolfe Gilbert (w) and Lewis F. Muir (m); F.A. Mills (New York). Cover: drawing of a large crowd coming to visit "Mammy Jinny," most of the crowd bears gifts - a chicken, a watermelon, flowers; photo inset of Gillen Beck and Frazer. (see #74)" [Digital Copy],  1913 

"Manny Jinny's Jubilee" by L. Wolfe Gilbert (w) and Lewis F. Muir (m); F. A. Mills (New York). Cover: drawing of a large crowd coming to visit "Mammy Jinny," most of the crowd bears gifts - a chicken, a watermelon, flowers; photo inset of two Caucasians: Valeska Suratt and George Baldwin. (see 428)" [Digital Copy],  1913 

"Mammy O' Mine" by Wm. Tracy (w) and Maceo Pinkard (m); Shapiro Bernstein and Co. (New York). Cover:a photo of an elderly white woman knitting [Digital Copy],  1919 

"Mammy's Little Coal Black Rose" by Raymond Egan (w) and Richard A. Whiting (m); Jerome H. Remick & Co. (New York - Detroit). Cover:photo of Al. Jolson [Digital Copy],  1916 

"Mammy's Little Pumpkin Colored Coons" by; Hillman & Perrin M. Witmark & Sons (New York - Chicago). Cover: drawing of an African American woman trying to hush two screaming African American babies; description reads "plantation slumber song" [Digital Copy],  1897 

"Mammy's Lullaby" by J. Will Callahan (w) and Lee S. Roberts (m); Forster Music Publisher (Chicago). Cover: drawing of sunset over a river; description reads "a dreamy southern waltz" (see 431)" [Digital Copy],  1918 

"Mammy's Lullaby" by Lee. S. Roberts; Forster Music Publisher Inc (Chicago). Cover: drawing of an evening scene with a little house and a steamboat in background; text on cover reads "close yoh dreamy eyes" [Digital Copy],  1918 

"Mammy's Lullaby" by Al Cameron and Julius Seidor (w) and Pete Bontsema, Julius Peto, and Marty Jacobi (m); Milton Weil Music Co. (Chicago). Cover:photo of Al Cameron and Pete Bontsema [Digital Copy],  1929 

"Mammy's Shufflin' Dance" by L. Wolfe Gilbert (w) and Melville J. Gideon (m); Will Rossiter (Chicago). 5 Identical Copies. Cover: drawing of flowers, and an African American dancing; photo inset of Grace Wilson 1911 

"Mammy's Shufflin' Dance" by L. Wolfe Gilbert (w) and Melville J. Gideon (m); Will Rossiter (Chicago). Cover:photo of the Dolce Sisters (see 433) [Digital Copy],  1911 

"Mammy's Song" by Laura Spencer Porter (w) and Harriet Ware (m); John Church Company (Cincinnati - New York). Cover:drawing of an African American woman holding a Caucasian child on her lap [Digital Copy],  1910 

"Mandy Lane" by Wm. McKenna; Jerome H. Remick & Co. (New York - Detroit). Cover:drawing of a well dressed African American woman; photo inset of Otis Harlan [Digital Copy],  1908 

"Mandy's Ragtime Waltz" by J. S. Zamecnik; Sam Fox (Cleveland). Cover:drawing of an African American couple waltzing [Digital Copy],  1912 

"Maple Leaf Rag" by Scott Joplin; John Stark & Son (St. Louis)" [Digital Copy],  1902 

"Marie" by Irving Berlin; Irving Berlin Inc. (New York). Cover:photo of Vilma Banky [Digital Copy],  1928 

"Marta, Rambling Rose of the Wildwood" by L. Wolfe Gilbert (w) and Moises Simons (m); Edward B. Marks Music (New York). Cover:photo of a man (Arthur Tracy?) [Digital Copy],  1931 

"Maudie" by George M. Cohan; George M. Cohan (New York). Cover: photo of Miss Josephine Cohan; "Music Supplement of the New York Journal and Advertiser, Sunday, April 14, 1901" [Digital Copy],  1901 

"May Irwin's New Coon Song Hits" - "Mister Johnson Turn Me Loose" by Ben. Harney and "All Coons Look Alike to Me" by Ernest Hogan; M. Witmark & Sons (New York - Chicago). [all music is missing, only the title page remains] [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"Maybe" by Allan Flynn and Frank Madden; Robbins Music Corporation (New York). Cover:photo of Phil Regan [Digital Copy],  1935 

"Me Too (Ho-Ho! Ha-Ha!)" by Harry Woods, Charles Tobias, and Al. Sherman; Shapiro, Bernstein, and Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of a woman in a red dress standing on a green Carpet - in background a man waves to her from his car; photo inset of Jan Garber [Digital Copy],  1926 

"The Melody That Made You Mine" by Cliff Friend (w) and W.C. Polla (m); Shapiro, Bernstein, and co. (New York). Cover:photo of Vincent Lopez playing piano [Digital Copy],  1925 

"Memories of France" by Al Dubin (w) and J. Russel Robinson (m); Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of red roses [Digital Copy],  1928 

"The Memphis Blues" by W. C. Handy; Joe Morris Music Co. (New York). Cover: photo of a Caucasian fiddle player (possibly Waiman); description reads "a southern rag" [Digital Copy],  1915 

"Mid the Fields of Snowy Cotton ('Round My Dear Old Southern Home)" by Otto & John Heinzman; Weser Bros. (New York). Cover:drawing of workers picking cotton [Digital Copy],  1906 

"Midnight Schottisch" by Francis H. Brown; Firth, Pond, and Co. (New York). Cover:dancing people at a ball [Digital Copy],  1852 

"The Midnight Waltz" by Gus Kahn (w) and Walter Donaldson (m); Leo. Feist (New York). Cover: drawing of Caucasian couples dancing around a clock, indicating midnight; photo of the "Oriole Orchestra" [Digital Copy],  1925 

"The Minstrel Boy" by Harry Rowe Shelley; Wm. A. Pond & Co. (New York) [Digital Copy],  1882 

"The Minstrel Man" by Bernice Frost; The Boston Music Co. (Boston). Cover:drawing of a man in blackface ( see 442) [Digital Copy],  1939 

"The Minstrel Man" by Bernice Frost; The Boston Music co. (Boston). Cover:drawing of a comedian made up in blackface [Digital Copy],  1939 

"Minstrel Melodies"arranged by Eduard Holst; Thos. Goggan & Bro. (Galveston, TX). Description: Solo piano composition based on minstrel melodies, including "Paint all de little black sinners white," "Dem chickens roost too high," and "When I swim de Golden Ribber" [Digital Copy],  1890 

"Miss Caroline" by Thos. S. Allen; O. E. Story (Boston). Cover: drawing of an African American male singing and playing a five string banjo, while an African American female "makes eyes" at him; description reads "southern serenade song" [Digital Copy],  1914 

"The Mississippi Side-Step" by Leo. E. Berliner; Leo. E. Berliner & Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of well-dressed African American couples dancing; description reads "characteristic march and cake walk (in simplified rag-time)" [Digital Copy],  1899 

"Mississippi Mud" by Harry Barris (w/m); Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. (New York). Cover:photo of a Caucasian male playing violin [Digital Copy],  1927 

"Mister Morton, Stop Your Coutrin'" by Charles Horwitz (w) and Frederick V. Bowers (m); Sol Bloom (Chicago). Cover:drawing of a woman peering from behind a tree; photo inset of The Nichols Sisters [Digital Copy],  1901 

"Money" by Walter Stephens (w) and Wm. F. Braun (m); Frank K. Root & Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of an African American male with outfolded pockets saying "Wish I Had a Dime" [Digital Copy],  1907 

"The Moon Shines on the Moonshine" by Francis De Witt (w) and Robert Hood Bowers (m); Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. (New York). Cover:photo of singer Bert Williams in blackface [Digital Copy],  1920 

"Moonbeams on the Lake" by W.F. Sudds; W.F. Shaw. Cover: drawing of a moonlit scene of a lake and mansion; Description reads "Barcarolle" [Digital Copy],  1881 

"A Moonlight Meander" by S. M. Roberts; Eclipse Publishing Co. (Philadelphia, PA). Cover: drawing of an African American couple strolling through the moonlight; description reads "characteristic march or two-step" [Digital Copy],  1900 

"Moving Day in Jungle Town" by Harry B. Smith (w) and Maurice Levi (m); Jerome H. Remick and Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of a Teddy Roosevelt, in safari gear, shooting at a lion" [Digital Copy],  1909 

"My Blue Heaven" by George Whiting (w) and Walter Donaldson (m); Leo Feist Inc. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a small house on a hill and a couple taking a walk on a starry night; photo inset of Harry Richman [Digital Copy],  1927 

"My Creole Sue" by Gussie L. Davis; Hamilton S. Gordon (New York). Cover:photo of Chase E. Foreman [Digital Copy],  1898 

"My Creole Sue" by Gussie Davis; Hamilton S. Gordon. Cover: photo of two Caucasian male performers in blackface, one is dressed as a female; "sung by Charles E. Foreman with J. H. Haverly's Minstrels" - "Musical Supplement of the New York Journal and Advertiser, Oct. 9, 1898" [Digital Copy],  1898 

"My Dear One" by Will A. Heelan (w) and Sigfrid Stenhammer (m); Shapiro, Bernstein, and Von Tilzer. (New York). Cover:drawing of two angels playing tug-of-war with a heart [Digital Copy],  1900 

"My Department Store Girl" by Dick Thomas; Hylands, Spencer, and Yeager, Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of a well-dressed woman [Digital Copy],  1900 

"My Dusky Queen" by Jack Fay (w) and J.B. Oliver (m); Sol Bloom. Cover: drawing of a woman playing banjo; photo inset of Bonita; "Music Supplement of the New York Journal and Advertiser, Sunday, May 5, 1901" [Digital Copy],  1901 

"My Gee-Gee From the Fiji Isles" by Lew Brown (w) and Albert von tilzer (m); Broadway Music Corp. (New York). Cover: drawing of a black woman in an exotic dress performing in a circus, as an older white man looks longingly on" [Digital Copy],  1920 

"My Georgia Lady Love" by Andrew B. Sterling (w) and Howard and Emerson (m); T.B. Harms and co. (New York). Cover:drawing of a sunflower with an African American woman's face in the center [Digital Copy],  1899 

"My Honey Lou" by Thurland Chattaway; F. B. Haviland Publishing Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of an African American couple about to kiss; description reads "a darkey love song" [Digital Copy],  1904 

"My Honolulu Lady" by Lee Johnson; The Zeno Mauvais Music Company (San Francisco). Cover: "the latest coon conquest" [Digital Copy],  1898 

"My Kid" by Al Dubin, Jimmy McHugh, and Irwin Dash; Jack Mills Inc. (New York). Cover:drawing of a young boy (little Jimmie Jr); photo inset of Belle Baker [Digital Copy],  1924 

"My Lovely Susey Saul" by Charlie C. Converse; Horace Waters (New York). Cover: "As Sung at Christy's American Opera House" [Digital Copy],  1854 

"My Mammy Knows" by Harry DeCosta and M. K. Jerome; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co. (New York)" [Digital Copy],  1921 

"My Mother's Eyes" by L. Wolfe Gilbert (w) and Abel Baer (m); Leo Feist Inc. (New York). Cover Only. Cover:Photo of George Jessel [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"My! My!" by Frank Loesser (w) and Jimmy McHugh (m); Famous Music Corporation (New York) [Digital Copy],  1940 

"My Old Kentucky Home" by Stephen c. Foster; De Luxe Music Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of a cottage and a blooming garden [Digital Copy],  1905 

"My Ole Home in Alabama 'fo' de War" by H. P. Danks; G. D. Russell & Co. (Boston). Cover: drawing of a poor African American dreaming of an earlier, better life" [Digital Copy],  1875 

"My Prayer" by Jimmy Kennedy (w) and Georges Boulanger (m); Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. (New York). Cover:photo of Jimmy Dorsey [Digital Copy],  1939 

"My Pretty Yaller Gal" by Thomas Vaughn (w/m); Jaques & Brother (New York). Cover:beautiful drawing of the Christy's Minstrels performing, surrounded by drawings of African American men and women dancing and African American cherubs playing musical instruments; text reads: "Christy's Melodies as composed and sung by them at their concerts with distinguished success" [Digital Copy],  1847 

"My Sister Julie" by Charley Case (w/m); Charley Case. Cover: photo of Charley Case, a Caucasian male in blackface; "Musical Supplement of the Sunday Examiner" [Digital Copy],  1899 

"My, What A Funny Little World This Is!" by Lewis and Bennett; Jos. W. Stern and Co. (New York). Cover:a contemplative man ; photo inset of Carrie Reynolds [Digital Copy],  1910 

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"Napoleon's Last Charge" by Edw. Ellis; E.T. Paull Music Co. (New York). Cover:battle field and the tricolor flag 1910 

"The Nation's Song" by Prof. J.M. Munyon, L.L.D.; M.D. Swisher (Philadelphia). Cover:scenes of patriotic drawings, in the middle a photo inset of a man sitting on a chair" [Digital Copy],  [1898?] 

"Never Forget the Dear Ones" by Wurzel; C. Sheard (London). Cover: "Christy's Minstrels' Popular Songs for the Piano-Forte, with Choruses" [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"The Night Is Young and You're So Beautiful" by Billy Rose and Irving Kahal (w) and Dana Suesse (m); Words and Music Inc. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a woman [Digital Copy],  1936 

"No Wonder I'm Happy (My Baby's In Love With Me" by Benny Davis and Harry Akst; Jerome H. Remick and Co. (New York).(2 copies). Cover:no/ graph. 1927 

"Nobody has More Trouble than Me" by James Burris (w) and Chris Smith (m); Jos. W. Stern & Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of a scared African American male running away from a cemetery, saying "who dat say, who dat?" photo inset of singer May Irwin" [Digital Copy],  1905 

"Nola" by Felix Arndt; Sam Fox Pub. Co. (Cleveland - New York). Cover:a drawing of a woman's Portrait (silhouette) in a oval design like a medallion [Digital Copy],  1915 

"Now That I Have You" by Harrison, Cato, and Wilhite (w) and Rubinoff (m); Harry Bloom Inc. (New York). Cover:a tree and on the left side a mans silhouetteon the right side a woman's silhouette [Digital Copy],  1932 

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"The Oceana Roll" by Denni, Boynton, and Grant; Arranged by Ribe Danmark; Jerome H. Remick and Co. (New York). Cover:Introducing that Reuben Glide --- Medley March and Two-Step----- [Digital Copy],  1911 

"Of How That Woman Could Cook" by Gus Kahn (w) and Grace Le Boy (m); Jerome H. Remick and Co. (New York - Detroit). Cover:a drawing of a woman cooking and baking; photo inset of Sam Chip and Mary Marble [Digital Copy],  1914 

"Oh Dem Golden Slippers"arranged by Nick Manoloff; Calumet Music Co. (Chicago). Cover: drawing of an African American male singing and playing guitar; photo of the "Prairie Ramblers," a Caucasian, male musical group" [Digital Copy],  1935 

"Oh Dem Golden Slippers" by James A. Bland; Mills Music Inc. (New York)" [Digital Copy],  1923 

"Oh How I Miss You Tonight" by Benny David, Mark Fisher, and Joe Burke; Irving Berlin Inc. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a woman sitting on a sofathinking; photo inset of Eva Clark [Digital Copy],  1924 

"Oh! Oh! Miss Phoebe" by Andrew B. Sterling (w) and Harry von Tilzer (m); Shapiro, Bernstein, & von Tilzer (New York). Cover: photo of singer Elenore Falk; description reads "von Tilzer's best coon song" [Digital Copy],  1900 

"Old Black Joe" by Stephen Foster, transcribed for piano by Eben H. Bailey; Wm. A. Pond & Co. (New York)" [Digital Copy],  1885 

"Old Black Joe" by Stephen Foster, arranged by J. W. Turner; Hitchcock and McCargo Publishing, Co. (New York). Cover: "Foster's Original Theme, with New and Sparkling Variations" [Digital Copy],  1889 

"Old Black Joe" by Stephen Foster, arranged by Louis A. Drumheller; Eclipse Publishing Co. (Philadelphia). Cover:drawing of an African American male picking cotton [Digital Copy],  1906 

"Old Black Joe" by Stephen Foster; DeLuxe Music Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of an African American male, eyes staring upward" [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"Old Black Joe" by Stephen C. Foster; Calumet Music Co. (Chicago). Cover: drawing of an elderly African American male; photo of the Dinning Sisters, Caucasian, female vocal trio" [Digital Copy],  1940 

"Old Folks at Home" by Stephen C. Foster; National Music Co. (Chicago). Cover: text at top reads "Way down upon de Swanee Riber" [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"Old Folks at Home" by Stephen Foster, variations by Louis Drumheller; Eclipse Publishing Co. (Philadelphia). Cover:drawing of an elderly African American couple sitting near a fireplace (see 467) [Digital Copy],  1907 

"Old Folks At Home" by Louis A. Drumheller; Joseph Morris (Philadelphia). Cover:a drawing of an old African American couple in front of thefireplace (see 102) [Digital Copy],  1907 

"Old Man Jazz" by Gene Quaw; Jos. W. Stern & Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of silhouetted musicians; description reads "an eccentric fox-trot song" [Digital Copy],  1920 

"Old Pal (Why Didn't You Answer Me? )" by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young (w) and M.K. Jerome (m); Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Co. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a man standing thoughtfully next to the window 1920 

"The Old Piano Roll Blues" by Cy Coben; Leeds Music Corporation (New York - Chicago) [Digital Copy],  1949/50 

"Old Virginia Shore" by J. High Stauffer (w/m); John Church Co. (Chicago). Cover: description reads "plantation song & chorus" [Digital Copy],  1886 

"On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)" by Alan Jay Lerner (w) and Burton Lane (m); Chappell and Co. (New York). Cover:Blue sky with a window in the middle. 1965 

"Once In A While" by Maude Clark Hough (w) and Laurence Bolton (m); Thos, Goggan, and Bros. (Dallas). Cover:n/graph. Bolton autograph dated 10/7/15. [Digital Copy],  1915 

"Only A Smile" by Eldred Edson (w) and J.S. Zamecnik; Sam Fox Pub. Co. (Cleveland - New York). Cover:a drawing of a woman's portrait [Digital Copy],  1921 

"Our Land of Dreams" by Clifton Crawford; Clifton Crawford. Cover:photo of Clifton Crawford [Digital Copy],  1901 

"Over There" by George M. Cohan; Leo Feist Inc. (New York). Cover:a drawing of four soldiers singing and one of them is playing Banjo [Digital Copy],  1917 

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"The Pal That I Loved Stole The Gal That I Loved" by Harry Pease and Ed. G. Nelson; Leo Feist Inc. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a couple taking a walk in a park, another man looking at them; photo inset of Joe Darcy" [Digital Copy],  1924 

"Pal Of My Cradle Days" by Marshall Montgomery (w) and Al Piantadosi (m); Leo Feist Inc. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a woman rocking a Cradle ;a photo inset of Harry Rappi [Digital Copy],  1925 

"Paper Doll" by Johnny S. Black; Edward B. Marks Music Corporation (New York). Cover: drawing of a paper doll; photo of the Mills Bros., an African American vocal group" [Digital Copy],  1943 

"Patrol Comique" by Thomas Hindley; New York Music Publishing Co. (New York). Cover:caricature of three African Americans dancing to a banjo tune [Digital Copy],  1886 

"Peaceful Henry" by Harry Kelly; Whitney-Warner Pub. Co. (Detroit - New York). Cover: description reads "a slow drag" [Digital Copy],  1901/03 

"Peg O' My Heart" by Alfred Bryan (w) and Fred Fisher(m); Leo Feist, Inc. (New York). Cover:a photo of Miss Laurette Taylor [Digital Copy],  1913 

"The Perfect Song" by Clarence Lucas (w) and Joseph Carl Breil (m); Chappell - Harms Inc. (New York). Cover:a photo of two men Amos 'n' Andy (see 247) [Digital Copy],  1930 

"The Perfect Song" by Clarence Lucas (w) and Joseph Carl Breil (m); Chappell-Harms Inc. (New York). Cover: photos of Amos 'n' Andy in blackface; "musical theme of the Pepsodent Hour" (see 477)" [Digital Copy],  1915 

"Pick Me Up and Lay Me Down in Dear Old Dixieland" by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co. (New York). Cover:drawings of images of cotton and a riverboat [Digital Copy],  1922 

"Pickaninnies' Jubilee" by Fred H. Day; White-Smith Music Publishing Co. (Boston - New York). Cover: description reads "Schottische for pianoforte" [Digital Copy],  1897 

"Pickaninny Blues" by Harold G. Frost (w) and F. Henri Klickman (m); McKinley Music Co. (Chicago - New York). Cover: drawing of a peaceful log cabin scene at night; description reads "waltz lullaby" [Digital Copy],  1919 

"The Pickaninny's Paradise" by Sam Ehrlich (w) and Nat. Osborne (m); Harry von Tilzer Music Publishing Co. (New York - Chicago). Cover:photo of two males in blackface; drawing of an elderly African American woman talking to a young African American girl [Digital Copy],  1918 

"The Pickaninny's Paradise" by Sam Ehrlich (w) and Nat. Osborne (m); Harry von Tilzer Music Publishing Co. (New York - Chicago). Cover:photo of the Courtney Sisters; drawing of an elderly African American woman talking to a young African American girl [Digital Copy],  1918 

"The Pickaninnys Paradise" by Sam Ehrlich (w) and Nat. Osbourne (m); Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co. (New York). Cover:a photo of the Courtney Sisters and a drawing of a African American people working on the Field [Digital Copy],  1918 

"Pine Apple Rag" by Joe Snyder (w) and Scott Joplin (m); Seminary Music Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of a pineapple [Digital Copy],  1910 

"Plantation Airs"arranged by Robert A. Keiser; Conservatory Publication Society (New York). Cover:rural African Americans dancing to the music of a banjo and accordion [Digital Copy],  1905 

"Play that Barber Shop Chord" by Wm. Tracey (w) and Lewis F. Muir (m); J. Fred Helf Company (New York). Cover:photo of singer Bert Williams in blackface(see 479) [Digital Copy],  1910 

"Play That Barber Shop Chord" by Wm. Tracy (w) and Lewis F. Muir (m); J. Fred Hele Company (New York). Cover:a photo of a man in blackface [Digital Copy],  1910 

"Please Don't Jazz My Mammy's Lullaby" by John E. Broderick (w/m); Jerome H. Remick & Co. (New York - Detroit). Cover: drawing of a Caucasian male thinking about when he was a child, being held by his African American mammy . . . African American male musicians stroll past performing in a lively fashion" [Digital Copy],  1920 

"Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gonemusic by Sam A. Stept; words by Sidney Clare [Digital Copy],  1930 

"Policy Sam" by Joseph Gioscia; T. B. Harms & Co. (New York). Cover: description reads "cake walk & two step" [Digital Copy],  1899 

"A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody" by Irving Berlin; Irving Berlin Inc. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a Chorus Girl [Digital Copy],  1919 

"Pretty Little Rainbow" by Robert Levinson (w) and Vincent C. Plunkett (m); Joe Morris Music Co. (New York). Cover:a drawing of an native American Womanin the moonlight [Digital Copy],  1919 

"Prohibition Blues" by Al. Sweet (w/m); M. Witmark & Sons (New York - Chicago). Cover:caricature of an exasperated African American male pointing to his wine glass, as a weeping waiter holds out his hand in a gesture of "no" - liquor bottle fly away on wings" [Digital Copy],  1917 

"Put Me Wise" by Hughie Cannon (w/m); F. A. Mills (New York). Cover:caricature of an African American male's face; photo inset of Stuart Barnes [Digital Copy],  1904 

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"Queen of the Ragtime" by Harry Powers; Belcher & Sons (Detroit). Cover: description reads "a syncopated two step" [Digital Copy],  1899 

"The Radium Dance" by Jean Schwartz; Jerome H. Remick and Co. (New York). Cover:a drawing of (5) Clowns Silhouettes [Digital Copy],  1904 

"The Ragtime Violin" by Irving Berlin; Ted Snyder Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of a Caucasian male playing a violin; photo inset of the R.A.G. Trio [Digital Copy],  1911 

"Ragged Rachel" by Dorothy Miller Dunlap; Theodore Presser Co. (Philadelphia). Cover:drawing of an African American girl dancing; this is part of a series called "Animated Tunes," in which each bar of music is accompanied by a drawing of a character, designed to show movement - the "animations" are by Alice Pratt; description reads "Pickaninny Dance" [Digital Copy],  1939 

"The Rainy Day" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (w) and William R. Dempster; O. Ditson and Co. (Boston). Cover:n/graph. [Digital Copy],  1847 

"Rastus on Parade" by Kerry Mills; F. A. Mills (New York). Cover: description reads "characteristic two-step march for piano" [Digital Copy],  1895 

"Rattle 'Em Bones" by Fred Rose (w/m); T. S. Denison & Company (Chicago) [Digital Copy],  1930 

"Red Lips Kiss My Blues Away" by Alfred Bryan, James V. Monaco, and Pete Wendling; Henry Waterson, Inc. (New York). Cover: drawing of a red headed Caucasian woman with bright red lipstick; photo inset of "Gogert & Motto - The Human Jazz Band" [Digital Copy],  1927 

"The Red Mill" by Henry Blossom (w) and Victor Herbert (m); M. Whitmark and Sons (New York - Chicago);. Cover:a drawing of a wind Mill."In the Isle of our Dreams" [Digital Copy],  1906 

"Remus Takes the Cake" by Jacob Henry Ellis; Willis Woodward & Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of an African American male proudly walking with a large cake; description reads "characteristic march & two step dance" [Digital Copy],  1896 

"Rhyth-Mania" by Ted Koehler (w) and Harold Arlen (m); Mills Music (New York). Cover: caricature drawings of well-dressed African Americans dancing"Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea" [Digital Copy],  1931 

"River, Stay 'way from My Door" by Mort Dixon (w) and Harry Woods (m); Shapiro, Bernstein, & Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of an African American male staring at a flooding river; photo inset of Billy Shaw [Digital Copy],  1931 

"Rock-a-bye Lullabye Mammy" by Grant Clarke (w) and Walter Donaldson (m); Irving Berlin, Inc. (New York) [Digital Copy],  1920 

"Rockin' in de Win'"[of the Southern Dialect Songs series] by W. H. Neidlinger; Theodore Presser Co. (Philadelphia)" "Description: A Raccoon Lullaby" [Digital Copy],  1914 

"Rodolph Valentino Blues" by Jack Frost (w/m); Jack Mills (New York). Cover:photo of Rodolph Valentino [Digital Copy],  1922 

"Roll Them Roly Boly Eyes" by Eddie Leonard; Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Corp. (New York). Cover:a photo of a man [Digital Copy],  1912 

"Rosa Lee" by the Ethiopian Serenaders (w/m); William Hall & Son (New York). Cover: drawing of the Ethiopian Serenaders performing; text reads: "The only correct & authorized edition. Music of the Ethiopian Serenaders" [Digital Copy],  1847 

"Rose of Washington Square" by Ballard Macdonald (w) and James F. Hanley (m); Shapiro, Bernstein, and Co. (New York). Cover:photo of Fanny Grice [Digital Copy],  1919 

"Roses of Beautiful Memories" by Geo. B. Pitman (w) and Geo. B. Pitman and Fred'k G. Chiswell (m). Garton Brothers (Boston). Cover:a drawing of Roses [Digital Copy],  1916 

"Rufe Johnson's Harmony Band" by Shelton Brooks and Maurice Abrahams; Maurice Abrahams Music Co. (New York). Cover:photo of Emma O'Neil [Digital Copy],  1914 

"Rufus, Don't Tease Me" by George Totten Smith (w) and Harry von Tilzer (m); Shapiro, Bernstein, & von Tilzer (New York - Chicago). Cover:drawing of an African American couple dressed in finery; photo inset of singer Miss Marie Dressler [Digital Copy],  1900 

"Runnin' Wild!" by Joe Grey and Leo Wood (w) and A. Harrington Gibbs (m); Leo. Feist (New York). Cover:drawing of a running man [Digital Copy],  1922 

"Runnin' Wild" by Joe Grey and Leo Wood (w) and A. Harrington Harris (m); Leo Feist Inc. (New York), [Back page missing]. Cover:a caricature of a man running. [Digital Copy],  1922 

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"Saint Louis Blues" by W. C. Handy (w/m); Handy Brothers Music Co. (New York). Cover:photo of Rudy Vall?e [Digital Copy],  1914 

"Saint Louis Blues" by W. C. Handy (w/m); Handy Brothers Music Co. (New York). Cover:photo of clarinetist Ted Lewis [Digital Copy],  1914/1942 

"Saint Louis Blues" by W. C. Handy (w/m); Handy Brothers Music Co. (New York). Cover: photo of Nat "King" Cole and his band" [Digital Copy],  1914/1942 

"Saint Louis Blues" by W. C. Handy (w/m); Handy Brothers Music Co. (New York). 1914/1942 

"The Saint Louis Blues" by W.C. Handy; Handy Bros. Music Co. Inc. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a city at the sunset; photo inset of Marion Harris (See #260) 1914 

"Sam, the Old Accordion Man" by Walter Donaldson (w/m); Leo. Feist (New York). Cover: drawing of an African American male playing accordion, while children play; photo inset of Helen Moretti" [Digital Copy],  1927 

"Sam's Laugh" by Ed. O'Connor; Chas I. Davis Music Publisher (Detroit). Cover: drawing of a portly African American male engaged in a hearty laugh; description reads "characteristic march and two-step" [Digital Copy],  1906 

"Say A Little Prayer For Me" by Joseph George Gilbert (w) and Horatio Nicholls (m); M. Whitmark and Sons (New York). Cover:a drawing of a woman portrait and a Candle ( two white discs) [Digital Copy],  1930 

"Shake Rattle and Roll" by Charles Calhoun; Progressive Music Co. (New York). Cover:photo of Joe Turner [Digital Copy],  1954 

"Shame on You" by Chris Smith and John Larkins; Jos. W. Stern & Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of an African American preacher stealing a chicken; photo inset of Lew Dockstader in blackface [Digital Copy],  1904 

"Short'nin' Bread"arranged by Fred K. Huffer; Calumet Music Co. (Chicago). Cover: drawing of an African American woman holding shortening bread, as two children jump in anticipation" [Digital Copy],  1939 

"Short'nin' Bread"edited by Clement Wood (w) and Jacques Wolfe (m); Harold Flammer Incorporated. Cover:drawing of an African American woman [Digital Copy],  1928 

"Shut Tight Dose Winkin' Blinkin' Eyes" by Thomas Curtis Clark; The Thompson Music Co. (Chicago). Cover:A southern lullaby, a drawing of trees" [Digital Copy],  1904 

"Silver Sleigh Bells" by E.T. Paull; E.T. Paull Music Co. (New York). Cover:a drawing of carriage and a garland of Christmas decoration [Digital Copy],  1906 

"Simple Confession" by F. Thome; M.D. Swisher (Philadelphia). Cover:a drawing of little girl whispering in a little boy's ear [Digital Copy],  1907 

"Sing Again that Sweet Refrain" by Jussie L. Davis (w/m); Calumet Music Co. (Chicago). Cover:drawing of an African American male carrying a full lobster trap; photo inset of Ozzie Nelson [Digital Copy],  1937 

"Sing and Old-Fashioned Coon Song" by Kathleen Wooffitt (w) and Phyllis Mayhead (m); Cecil Lennox Ltd. (London). Cover:drawing of an African American male singing and playing banjo [Digital Copy],  1932 

"Sing Me a Song of the South" by George A. Norton (w) and James W. Casey (m); M. Witmark & Sons (New York - Chicago). Cover: description reads "pathetic descriptive ballad" [Digital Copy],  1899 

"Sleepy Hollow" by Jack Norworth; Whitney Warner Pub. Co. (Detroit). Cover:night and moonlight [Digital Copy],  1904 

"A Slippery Place" by P. M. Hacker, arranged by J. Bodewalt Lampe; Jerome H. Remick & Co. (New York - Detroit). Cover: caricature of an African American male playing a trombone; description reads "a comic rag march" [Digital Copy],  1911 

"The Smiler" by Percy Wenrich; Arnett Delonais Co. (Chicago). Cover: caricature of an African American male stealing a watermelon, as an angry dog approaches him from behind" [Digital Copy],  1907 

"Smilin' Through" by Arthur A. Penn; M. Witmark and Sons (New York). Cover:photo of a woman in a fancy-dress Ball, Norma Talmadge" [Digital Copy],  1919 

"Smoky Mokes" by A. Holzmann; Feist and Frankenthaler (New York). Cover: photo of four African American boys dressed in suits; description reads "cakewalk & two-step" "Published also as a song with humorous darky text" [Digital Copy],  1899 

"Snap it Up!" by Frederick G. Johnson; Frederick G. Johnson Publisher (Wilkes-Barre, PA). [Missing inner pages]. Cover: caricatures of two African American males - one playing banjo and the other dancing; description reads "minstrel opening and closing chorus" [Digital Copy],  1929 

"So Long Mary" by Geo. M Cohan; F.A. Mills (New York). Cover:photo of a maid [Digital Copy],  1905 

"Song of the Day" by Jack Yellen (w) and Milton Ager(m); Ager, Yellen, and Bornstein, Inc. (New York). Cover:naked women [Digital Copy],  1930 

"Soothing" by Ted Fiorito and Eddie Storman; Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. (New York). Cover:photo of the Oriole Terrace Orchestra of Detroit [Digital Copy],  1922 

"Southern Gals" by Jack Yellen (w) and Albert Gumble (m); Jerome H. Remick (Detroit - New York). Cover:a drawing of a woman with Hat; photo inset of Florence Moore [Digital Copy],  1917 

"A Southern Shuffle" by Louise Black; Schroeder & Gunther, Inc. (New York). Cover:drawing of an African American male and female dancing [Digital Copy],  1940 

"The Spaniard that Blighted My Life" by Billy Merson; T.B. Harms, Francis, Day and Hunter (New York). Cover:a photo of Al Jolson [Digital Copy],  1911 

"Springtime of Youth" by Walter Rolfe; Maurice Richmond Music Co. (New York). Cover:a photo of a young lady with a basket picking flowers [Digital Copy],  1915 

"Stay in Your Own Back Yard" by Karl Kennett (w) and Lyn Udall (m); M. Witmark & Sons (New York). Cover: description reads "pickaninny ballad" [Digital Copy],  1899 

"Stormy Weather" by Ted Koehler and Harold Arlen; Mills Music Inc. (New York) [Digital Copy],  1933 

"Summertime" by DuBose Heyward (w) and George Gershwin (m); Gershwin Publishing Corp. (New York). Cover:drawing of an African American couple about to kiss; from Porgy and Bess [Digital Copy],  1935 

"Susannah from Savannah" by George Evans, arranged by Theo. Northrup; Sol Bloom (Chicago - New York). Cover:drawing of a Caucasian male (possibly the composer/singer George Evans); caricatures of African American heads frame the cover [Digital Copy],  1897 

"St. Louis Blues" by W. C. Handy (w/m); Handy Brothers Music Co. (New York). Cover:photo inset of W. C. Handy playing trumpet [Digital Copy],  1914/1942 

"St. Louis Blues" by W. C. Handy (w/m); Handy Brothers Music Co. (New York). Cover:photo inset of Marion Harris [Digital Copy],  1914 

"St. Louis Tickle" by Barney & Seymour; Harold Rossiter Music Co. (Chicago). Cover:caricature of an African American male playing a five-string banjo [Digital Copy],  1904 

"St. Louis Woman" "Any place I hang my Hat is Home" by Johnny Mercer (w) and Harold Arlen (m); De Sylvia, Brown & Henderson (New York)" [Digital Copy],  1946 

"St. Patricks Day is a Bad Day for Coons" by Irving Jones; Sol Bloom (New York). Cover: photo of Lew Dockstader in blackface; "Music Supplement of the New York Journal and Advertiser, Sunday, Sept. 8, 1901" [Digital Copy],  1901 

"Swanee" by I. Caesar (w) and George Gershwin (m); T.B. Harms and Francis, Day and Hunter. (New York).. Cover Only [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"Swanee River Moon" by H. Pitman Clark; Leo Feist Inc. (New York). Cover:moon trees and the river [Digital Copy],  1921 

"Sweet Lullabys" by Arn? Emerson; Melody Shop (Williamsport, PA). Cover:drawing of an African American woman rocking a Caucasian baby to sleep [Digital Copy],  1920 

"Sweet Mamma (Papa's Getting Mad)" by Fred Rose, George A. Little, and Peter L. Frost; Jack Mills Inc. (New York). Cover: photo of "Sophie Tucker and Her Kings of Syncopation" [Digital Copy],  1920 

"Sweet Memories of Dixie"published by Laurence C. Jones (Piney Woods, MS). Cover:drawing of an African American couple in a rowboat - the male is playing banjo and singing to the female; photo inset of Laurence C. Jones; [Laurence Jones was the founder and principal of The Piney Woods Country Life School in Mississippi] [Digital Copy],  1924 

"Sweet Norine" by Gussie L. Davis; Feist and Frankenwhaler (New York). Cover:a drawing of a mother and a baby [Digital Copy],  1899 

"The Sweetest Girl of All" by John A. Hensmen (w) and Otto M. Hensmen (m); Weser Bros. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a woman in a garden; photo inset of Miss Edna Wallage Hopper [Digital Copy],  1901 

"The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" by Byron D. Stokes (w) and F. Dudleigh Vernor; Richard E. Vernor Publishing Co. (Albion, Michigan). Cover:a drawing of a man sitting on a sofa thinking of a woman, she occupies the landscape of his taught" [Digital Copy],  1925 

"Sweetheart Song" by Lettie Gould (w) and Jerome Heller (m); Church, Paxson and Co. (New York). Cover:a photo of a woman. [Digital Copy],  1916 

"Sweetness (Honey Suckle of Mine)" by Eddie Leonard and Jack Stern; Chas. K. Harris (New York - Chicago). Cover:photo of a Caucasian male in blackface [Digital Copy],  1917 

"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot"arranged by F. Henri Klickmann; Mills Music Inc. (New York). Cover: description reads "negro spiritual" [Digital Copy],  1926 

Sheet Music. T 

"(Ta De Da Da De Dum) Dangerous Blues" by Anna Welker Brown (w) and Billie Brown (m); J. W. Jenkins Sons (Kansas City). Cover: drawing of well-dressed Caucasians dancing on the wings of flying airplanes, as a Pan-like satyr figure plays saxophone" [Digital Copy],  1921 

"'Tain't No Sin (to Dance around in Your Bones)" by Edgar Leslie (w) and Walter Donaldson (m); Walter Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc. (New York). Cover: drawing of a Caucasian couple, with skeleton bodies, dancing - caricatures of African American musicians surround the couple" [Digital Copy],  1929 

"Take 'em to the Door (that's all there is, there ain't no more) Blues" by Billy Rose and Benny Davis (w) and Ray Henderson (m); Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc. (New York). Cover: drawing of a dejected looking Caucasian male, as a Caucasian female enters her house without him; photo inset of Healy & Cross" [Digital Copy],  1925 

"Take Me Back To Dixie" by Chas. Shackford; Jerome H. Remick and Co. (New York - Detroit). Cover:a botanical illustration on the edge [Digital Copy],  1906 

"Take Me to that Swanee Shore" by L. Wolfe Gilbert (w) and Lewis F. Muir (m); F.A. Mills Inc. (New York). Cover:a profile photo of a woman ;photo inset of George Austin Moore [Digital Copy],  1912 

"Take Me to the Land of Jazz" by Bert Kalmar and Edgar Leslie (w) and Pete Wendling (m); Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Co. (New York). 3 Identical Copies. Cover:a caricature of an orchestra (See #283) [Digital Copy],  1919 

"Take Me to the Land of Jazz" by Bert Kalmar and Edgar Leslie (w) and Pete Wendling (m); Waterson, Berlin, Snyder and Co. (New York). Cover:drawing of a Caucasian jazz band [Digital Copy],  1919 

"Take Your Girlie To The Movies (If You Can't Make Love At Home)" by Edgar Leslie and Bert Kalmar (w) and Pete Wendling (m); Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Co. (New York). Cover:a drawing of people in the cinema [Digital Copy],  1919 

"Tears from My Inkwell" by Mort Dixon (w) and Harry Warren (m); M. Witmark & Sons (New York). Cover:photo of Red Norvo [Digital Copy],  1939 

"Tears of Love" by Frank K. Warren (w) and S.R. Henry (m); Jos. W. Stern and Co. (New York). Cover:a photo of a woman [Digital Copy],  1918 

"Thanks for Ev'rything" by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel; Robbins Music Corporation (New York). Cover:Sung by Tony Martin and Jack Oakie in the 20th Century-Fox Production [Digital Copy],  1938 

"That Alabama Jazbo Band" by W. Benton Overstreet; Will Rossiter (Chicago). Cover:caricature of an African American band; photo inset of Sophie Tucker [Digital Copy],  1918 

"That Baboon Baby Dance" by Dave Oppenheim (w) and Joe Cooper (m); Shapiro Music Publishing Co. (New York). Cover:a drawing of baboons playing [Digital Copy],  1911 

"That Draggy-Rag" by Leora Ladocia Theberge (w) and Fred Theberge (m); Frank Harding (New York). Cover: photo of Bert Gibbons, comedian and vocalist" [Digital Copy],  1912 

"That is a Habit I Never Had" by Walter Wilson (w/m); Howley, Dresser Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of a portly African American male smoking a cigar and staring into the distance, where workers toil; photo inset of singers Leighton & Leighton" [Digital Copy],  1904 

"That Mellow Melody" by Sam M. Lewis (w) and George W. Meyer (m); George W. Meyer Music Co. (New York). Cover:a photo of Bell Baker. [Digital Copy],  1912 

"That Mysterious Rag" by Berlin & Snyder; Ted Snyder Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of a Caucasian female playing piano, while a Caucasian male appears mystified and is looking for something; photo inset of Rosebery" [Digital Copy],  1911 

"That Night In Araby" by Billy Rose (w) and Ted Snyder (m); Henry Waterson Inc. (New York). Cover:a photo of Rudolph Valentino [Digital Copy],  1926 

"That's a Lot of Bunk" by Al Wilson, James A. Brennan, and Mack Henshaw; Edward B. Marks Music Co. (New York). Cover: photo of James Barton, a Caucasian male in blackface; cartoon drawings satirizing ideas such as "taxi drivers never cheat" or "landlords never raise the rent" [Digital Copy],  1923 

[That's the Song...] "(The Song That I Heard In My Childhood) That's The Song For Me" by Joe Goodwin (w) and Nat Osborne (m); Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. (New York). Cover:a photo of a mother and her child, floral illustration" [Digital Copy],  1915 

"That's Where My Money Goes" by Walter Daniels (w) and R. P. Lilly (m); Joe Morris Music Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of three African American males playing dice on a dockyard, while a banjo player sings nearby; photo inset of Reg. Merville" [Digital Copy],  1900 

"That's Why Darkies Were Born" by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson; De Sylva, Brown and Henderson (New York). Cover: "from George White's Scandals" [Digital Copy],  1931 

"There ain't No Use to Keep on Hanging Around" by Irving Jones (w/m); Feist and Frankenthaler (New York). Cover: drawing of an African American woman shaking her fist and a rolling pin at an African American male outside her window; "composed expressly for the New York Sunday World Supplement to the New York World, Sunday, Sept. 17th, 1899" [Digital Copy],  1899 

"There'll be Some Changes Made" by Billy Higgins (w) and W. Benton Overstreet (m); Edward B. Marks Music Co. (New York). Cover: "Genuine Struttin'-Blues Series" [Digital Copy],  1923 

"There'll Be Some Changes Made" by Billy Higgins (w) and W. Benton Overstreet (m); Edw. B. Marks Music Co. (New York). Cover:Genuine Struttin'-Blues series by natural born writers of "blues", Listing of songs (See #288)" [Digital Copy],  1923 

"There's A Broken Heart For Every Light On Broadway" by Howard Johnson (w) and Fred Fischer (m); Leo Feist Inc. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a woman contemplating the city lights from her window [Digital Copy],  1915 

"There's A Girl in the Heart of Maryland (With a Heart that Belongs to Me)" by Ballard Macdonald (w) and Harry Carroll (m); Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. (New York). Cover:a photo of a girl sitting on the floor near the fireplace and reading a letter [Digital Copy],  1913 

"There's A lot of Blue-Eyed-Marys down in Maryland" by Jack Yellen and Milton Ager (w) and Geo. W. Meyer (m); Leo Fiest Inc. (New York). Cover:a drawing of girls faces [Digital Copy],  1919 

"There's A New Star in Heaven Tonight" by J. Keirn Brennan, Irving Mills, and Jimmy McHugh; Jack Mills Inc (New York). Cover:a photo of Rudolph Valentino [Digital Copy],  1926 

"There's Everything Nice About You" by Alfred Bryan and Arthur Terker (w) and Pete Wendling (m); Henry Waterson Inc. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a girl holding a feather in her hand; a photo inset of John E. Frenkel [Digital Copy],  1927 

"There's Nobody Else But You" by L. Wolfe Gilbert; L. Wolfe Gilbert Music Corporation (New York). Cover:a photo of Vincent Lopez [Digital Copy],  1924 

"There's Nothing In the World Like Love" by Henriette Blanke-Belcher (w) and Edward Madden (m); Jerome H. Remick and Co. (New York - Detroit). Cover:a man standing at the reception desk a woman is the receptionist ; photo inset of Henriette Blanke-Belcher [Digital Copy],  1908 

"They Made It Twice As Nice As Paradise and They Called It Dixieland" by Raymond Egan (w) and Richard A. Whiting (m). Jerome H. Remick (New York - Detroit). 2 Identical Copies. Cover:a African American grandma with a child (See #136) [Digital Copy],  1916 

"They Made it Twice as Nice as Paradise and They Called it Dixieland" by Raymond Egan (w) and Richard A. Whiting (m); Jerome H. Remick & Co. (New York - Detroit). Cover:drawing of an elderly African American woman telling a story to a child on her knee [Digital Copy],  1916 

"The Third Degree" by Theo. Bendix; Theo Bendix Music Pub. (New York). Cover:photo of tree persons in the living room, two men standing and a woman sitting on a chair" [Digital Copy],  1909 

"This is Heaven" by Jack Yellen (w) and Harry Akst (m); Ager, Yellen, and Bornstein, Inc. (New York). Cover:a photo of Vilma Banky [Digital Copy],  1929 

"Three Little Words" by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby; Harms Incorporated (New York). Cover: drawing of Amos 'n' Andy; "featured in Check and Double Check" [Digital Copy],  1930 

"Three Negro Poems" by Clement Wood (w) and Jacques Wolfe (m); G. Schirmer, Inc. (New York). Cover:abstract drawing of African American faces [Digital Copy],  1928 

"Tickled to Death" by Chas. Hunter; Chas. K. Harris (New York - Chicago). Cover: photograph of three African American boys smiling; photo credit: Geo. E. Matthews & Co., 1892 [Digital Copy],  1899 

"Tie a Little String Around Your Finger (So You'll Remember Me)" by Seymour Simons; M. Whitmark and Sons (New York). Cover:drawing of a woman's face and hand with a string tied on her little finger [Digital Copy],  1930 

"Tie Me To Your Apron Strings Again" by Joe Goodwin (w) and Larry Shay (m); Milton Weil Music Co. (Chicago). Cover:drawing of floral illustration; a photo inset of Sid Garry of Bernard & Garry [Digital Copy],  1925 

"Till The Sands of the Desert Grow Cold" by Geo. Graff Jr. (w) and Ernest R. Ball (m); M. Whitmark and Sons (New York). Cover:n. illus. [Digital Copy],  1911 

"To the Sun" by David W. Guion; G. Schirmer (New York). Cover:part of a series titled Five Imaginary Early Louisiana Songs of Slavery [Digital Copy],  1929 

"Tomorrow" by Walter Hirsch (w) and H. Leopold Spitalny and Monte Wilhite (m); Forster Music Publisher Inc. (Chicago). Cover:a photo of Gene Austin [Digital Copy],  1927 

"Tobasco" by Chas. L. Johnson; Jerome H. Remick & Co. (Detroit - New York). Cover: drawing of African American couples, dressed in finery, dancing at a ball; description reads "rag time waltz" [Digital Copy],  1909 

"Topsy's in Town" by Warner Crosby; Arthur W. Tams (New York). Cover: drawing of a well-dressed African American woman; description reads "characteristic march, two step and cake walk" [Digital Copy],  1899 

"Trees" by Joyce Kilmer (w) and Oscar Rasbach (m). G. Schirmer Inc. (New York). Cover:drawing of trees [Digital Copy],  1922 

"The Triumphant Banner" by E.T. Paull; E.T. Paull Music Co. (New York). Cover:a drawing of the American flag and emblem [Digital Copy],  1907 

"Truckin'" by Ted Koehler (w) and Rube Bloom (m); Mills Music (New York) [Digital Copy],  1935 

"Turkey in the Straw" by Leo Wood (w) and Otto Bonnell (m); Leo. Feist (New York). Cover: drawing of an African American male singing and playing a five-string banjo; description reads "a rag-time fantasy" [only the cover and first page of music remain]" [Digital Copy],  1920 

"Turkey in the Straw" arranged by Calvin Grooms; Century Music Publishing Co. (New York). Cover: caricature of two African American males; description reads "characteristic dance novelty based on the famous old melodies 'Old Zip Coon' and 'Turkey in de Straw'" [Digital Copy],  1927 

Sheet Music. U-V 

"Uncle Tom's Cabin" Songster Book; Howley, Haviland, and Dresser (New York). Cover:photo of African American couples performing a dance with traditional costumes; a photo inset of Leon W. Washburn. Includes lyrics to: "Eva Song," "A Rich Coon's Babe," "I Ain't Got No More Than I Really Need," "When Mr. Shakespeare Comes to Town," "Sweet Dreams," "The Voice of the Hudson," "New York Town for Mine, Boys," I've Grown So Used To You," "There's a Mother Always Waiting You at Home, Sweet Home," "The Shepherd King," "When We Were Two Little Boys," "Down in the Meadow Where the Green Grass Grows," "I'm Thinkin' of You all of De While," "A Little Boy in Blue," "Marriage Is Sublime," "My Little 'Rang Outang," "Kittie Dooley," "Dear Old Girl," "Won't You Kindly Hum Old 'Home Sweet Home' to Me," "A Wise Old Owl," "It's the Same Old Crowd," "The Boys Are Coming Home Today," "Won't You Write A Letter Papa?" "Down at Lover's Roost," "Hinkey Dee," "I've Got My Eyes on You," "Rip Van Winkle was a Lucky Man," "In the Sweet Bye and Bye," "Hiawatha," "When Kate and I Were Coming Through the Rye," and "Just Kiss Yourself Good-bye."Perhaps" [Digital Copy],  Undated 

"Uncle Tom's Lament for Eva" by I. B. Woodbury; Oliver Ditson (New York). Cover: "He strikes his harp immortal. To Eva's gentle song" [Digital Copy],  1852 

"Underneath the Harlem Moon" by Mack Gordon (w) and Harry Revel (m); De Sylva, Brown and Henderson (New York) [Digital Copy],  1932 

"The Violin My Great Grand-Daddy Made" by Roger Lewis (w) and Ernie Erdman (m); Leo Feist Inc. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a man playing Violin; a photo inset of Shale & Cole [Digital Copy],  1914 

"A Vision of Paradise" by Arthur Tredelyan; T.B. Harms and Co. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a woman playing Piano [Digital Copy],  1902 

"The Voodoo Man" by Williams & Walker; Hurtig & Seamon (New York). Cover: photos of African American performers Williams & Walker staring at a drawing of a strange creature with large eyes; "music supplement of the New York Journal and Advertiser, Sunday, May 12, 1901" [Digital Copy],  1900/01 

Sheet Music. W 

"Wagon Wheels" by Billy Hill (w) and Peter De Rose (m); Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. (New York). Cover:a photo of Everett Marshall [Digital Copy],  1934 

"Wanted" by Jack Fulton and Lois Steele; M. Whitmark and Sons (New York). Cover:a man's and a woman's silhouette; a photo inset of Perry Como [Digital Copy],  1954 

"War Babies" by Ballard Macdonald and Edward Madden (w) and James F. Hanley(m); Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. (New York). Cover:an after war scene ,a destroyed city and a photo of little kids with sad and scary eyes; a photo inset of Al Jolson" [Digital Copy],  1916 

"Waitin' for the Evenin' Mail (Sittin' on the Inside, Lookin' at the Outside)" by Billy Baskette; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder (New York). Cover: photograph of James Barton, a Caucasian male in blackface" [Digital Copy],  1923 

"Waiting for the Robert E. Lee" by L. Wolfe Gilbert (w) and Lewis F. Muir (m); F. A. Mills (New York). Cover:drawing of silhouette figures waiting on an incoming steamboat [Digital Copy],  1912 

"Wang-Wang-Blues" by Gus. Mueller, "Buster" Johnson, and Henry Busse; Leo. Feist Inc. (New York). Cover:photograph of Van & Schenk [Digital Copy],  1921 

"Water Boy" arranged by Avery Robinson; Winthrop Rogers, Ltd. Cover: description reads "a negro convict song" [Digital Copy],  1922 

"Way Down in Birmingham" by Erwin F. and Jacob L. Kleine (w) and Harold Dixon (m); Dixon-Lane Pub. Co. (Chicago - St. Louis). Cover: drawing of a Caucasian male boarding a train, as an African American male loads his luggage" [Digital Copy],  1919 

"We'll Meet Again" by William T. Francis; Arthur M. Tams (New York). Cover:a drawing of a women playing panpipe [Digital Copy],  1900 

"What a Wonderful World" by George David Weiss and Bob Thiele; Music of the Times Publishing Co. (New York). Cover:photograph of Louis Armstrong [Digital Copy],  1967 

"What Good Am I Without You" by Milton Ager; Ager, Yellen, and Bornstein Inc. (New York). Cover:river bank with trees and flowers and a portrait of a woman [Digital Copy],  1930 

"What Yer Can't Get Yer Got to do Without" by N. D. McDonnell (w) and John F. Rourke (m); Henry Krey Music Co. (Boston). Cover:drawing of a smiling African American male's face [Digital Copy],  1906 

"What You Goin' to do when the Rent Comes 'Round? (Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown) by Andrew B. Sterling (w) and Harry von Tilzer (m); Harry von Tilzer Music Publishing Co. (New York - Chicago). Cover:caricature of an African American couple ( see 544) [Digital Copy],  1905 

"What You Goin' To Do When the Rent Comes 'Round? (Rufus Rastas Johnson Brown)" by Andrew B. Sterling (w) and Harry Von Tilzer (m); Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Corp. (New York) [pages missing]. Cover:a drawing of an African American couple in the kitchen; photo inset of Harry Von Tilzer and Ghas Mc Avoy (see #142) [Digital Copy],  1905 

"What's The Use?" by Isham Jones and Charles Newman; Leo Feist Inc (New York). Cover:a drawing of a woman; a photo inset of Isham Jones [Digital Copy],  1930 

"When Alexander Takes His Ragtime Band to France" by Alfred Bryan, Cliff Hess, and Edgar Leslie; Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder (New York). Cover: drawing of a marching band, with battle scenes in the background" [Digital Copy],  1918 

"When Chloe Sings a Song" by Harry B. Smith (w) and John Stromberg (m); Weber, Fields & Stromberg (New York). Cover:drawing of flying birds; photo inset of Lillian Russell [Digital Copy],  1899 

"When Day Is Done" by B.G. De Sylva (w) Dr. Robert Katscher (m); Harms Inc. (New York). Cover:a drawing of woman's portrait [Digital Copy],  1926 

"When I Dream of Old Erin (I'm Dreaming of You)" by Marvin Lee (w) and Leo Friedman (m); Harry Williams Music Co. (New York). Cover: landscape: mountains, river and a bridge" [Digital Copy],  1912 

"When I Lost You" by Irving Berlin; Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Co. (New York). Cover:a photo of Hugo L. Oliver [Digital Copy],  1912 

"When I Was A Dreamer" by Little and Lewis (w) and Egbert Van Alstyne (m); Jerome H. Remick (New York - Detroit). Cover:no. Illustrat. [Digital Copy],  1914 

"When It's Apple Blossom Time In Normandy" by Mellor Gifford and Trevor; Jerome H. Remick (New York - Detroit). Cover:a photo of Nora Bayes [Digital Copy],  1912 

"When it's Cotton Pickin' Time in Alabam'" by Harry Tobias (w/m); Harry Tobias Music Publisher (New York). Cover: drawing of an African American male sitting on a cotton bale, playing banjo" [Digital Copy],  1915 

"When it's Cotton Pickin' Time in Tennessee" by Jack Caddigan (w) and James A. Brennan (m); Daly Music Publisher (Boston - New York). Cover: drawing of idyllic farm scene, where African Americans smile as they pick cotton" [Digital Copy],  1918 

"When it's Night Time Down in Dixieland" by Irving Berlin; Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder (New York). Cover: drawing of rural African Americans gathered next to a log cabin at night, while a banjo and fiddle are played; photo inset of Val Harris and Jack Manion (see 550)" [Digital Copy],  1914 

"When It's Night Time Down In Dixieland" by Irving Berlin; Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Co. (New York). 2 Identical Copies. Cover:an African American family outside playing music and singing 1914 

"When It's Sleepy Time Down South" by Leon Ren?, Otis Ren?, and Clarence Muse; Freed and Powers (New York). Cover:photograph of Miss Mildred Bailey [Digital Copy],  1931 

"When Old Bill Bailey Plays the Ukalele" by Chas. McCarron and Nat Vincent; Broadway Music Corporation (New York). Cover:a drawing of an old African American man playing ukulele (See #147) [Digital Copy],  1915 

"When Old Bill Bailey Plays the Ukalele [sic]" by Chas. McCarron and Nat. Vincent; Broadway Music Corporation (New York). Cover: drawing of and African American male playing a ukulele, while two Caucasian females peer out through the rushes (see 551)" [Digital Copy],  1915 

"When The Black Sheep Returns to the Fold" by Irving Berlin; Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder and Co. (New York). Cover:a photo of Belle Baker [Digital Copy],  1916 

"When the Boys from Dixie Eat the Melon on the Rhine" by Alfred Bryan (w) and Ernest Breuer (m); Richmond Publisher (New York). Cover:drawing of Caucasian male American troops unloading watermelons from a ship; caricature drawing inset of African American boys eating watermelons [Digital Copy],  1918 

"When The Harvest Moon Is Shining" by Andrew B. Sterling (w) and Harry Von Tilzer (m); Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Corp. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a woman [Digital Copy],  1920 

"When the Last Rose of Summer Was In Bloom" by Kendis and Brockman; Kendis, Brockman Music Pub. Corp. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a red rose with a woman's face in the middle of it. [Digital Copy],  1917 

"When The Leaves Are Brown and Gold" by Maurice Jacobs and Harry Robinson (w) and Nat. Osborne (m); American Music Co. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a woman under a tree standing and waving [Digital Copy],  1902 

"When the Robert E. Lee Arrives in Old Tennessee (All the Way from Gay Paree)" by J. Keirn Brennan (w) and Paul Cunningham (m); M. Witmark & Sons (New York - Chicago). Cover: drawing of the steam boat, Robert E. Lee, arriving at a dock - there is much celebration by the all black crew and crowd" [Digital Copy],  1928 

"When the Steamboats on the Swanee Whistle Rag-Time" by Jack Caddigan (w) and Jam. Brennan (m); O. E. Story (Boston). Cover:drawing of well-dressed African Americans dancing to a banjo player; background scene of a steamboat [Digital Copy],  1913 

"When The Sun Bids The Moon Goodnight" by Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim, and Ira Schuster; Leo Feist Inc. (New York). Cover:a photo of Abe Lyman [Digital Copy],  1933 

"When the Wandering Boy Comes Home" by Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim, and Ira Schuster; Robbins Music Corporation (New York). Cover:a photo of a man [Digital Copy],  1932 

"When Uncle Joe Plays a Rag on His Old Banjo" by D. A. Esrom (w) and Theodore Morse (m); Theodore Morse Music Co. (New York)" [Digital Copy],  1912 

"When You Come Back" by George M. Cohan; M. Whitmark and Sons (New York). Cover:a photo of George M. Cohan [Digital Copy],  1918 

"When You Come Back" to Georgia" by Geo. Herrmann; Chas. B. Ward Music Publishing Co. (New York). Cover:a drawing of women playing Lyre; photo inset of Cheridah Simpson [Digital Copy],  1900 

"When You're Away" by Henry Blossom (w) and Victor Herbert (m); M. Whitmark and Sons (New York). Cover:Floral Illustration; photo inset of a woman's portrait. [Digital Copy],  1914 

"When You're With Somebody Else" by L. Wolfe. Gilbert (w) and Ruth Etting and Abel Baer (m); Leo Feist Inc. (New York). Cover:n. Illustr. [Digital Copy],  1927 

"Whisperings of Love" by C. Kinnel; Eclipse Publishing Co. (Philadelphia). Cover:a drawing of a woman in a long dress in a park or garden [Digital Copy],  1907 

"Whistling Rufus" by Kerry Mills; F.A. Mills Music Publisher (New York - Chicago). Cover:a drawing of an African American man playing guitar and couples dancing in the background [Digital Copy],  1899 

"Who Knows?" by Paul Laurence Dunbar (w) and Ernest R. Ball (m); M. Whitmark and Sons (New York). Cover:n. Illustr.; Sung by John Mc Cormack also sung by Chauncey Olcott in his new play the heart of Paddy whack [Digital Copy],  1909 

"Why Adam Sinned" by Alex Rogers (w/m); The Gotham-Attucks Music Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of a serpent tempting a bust of "Eve" with an apple; photo inset of singer Aida Overton Walker" [Digital Copy],  1906 

"Why Don't You Get a Lady of Your Own" by Williams and Walker; Jos. W. Stern & Co. (New York). Cover: caricature of an African American couple embracing, as an African American male stands by staring at them; photo insets of the African American composer/singers in blackface; description reads "the swell coon laughing success" [Digital Copy],  1898 

"Why Should I Cry Over You" by Ned Miller and Chester Cohn; Leo Feist Inc. (New York). Cover:a photo of Belle Baker [Digital Copy],  1922 

"Wid a Banjo on my Knee" by Kenneth Bradford; Oliver Ditson Co. (Philadelphia, PA). Cover:drawing of an African American male playing banjo and singing to an African American female [Digital Copy],  1939 

"Will You Love Me Darling when I'm Old?" by Arthur Lamb (w) and Fred V. Bowers (m); Jos. W. Stern & Co. (New York). Cover: photograph of Fred. V. Bowers; "sentimental ballad sung by James Barardie with Gus Hills Minstrels" [Digital Copy],  1920 

"Without a Song" by William Rose and Edward Eliscu (w) and Vincent Youmans (m); Miller Music (New York). Cover:drawing of a lonely looking African American male staring at a distant cabin at night [Digital Copy],  1929 

"Woodland Echoes" by Addison P. Wyman; McKinley Music Co. (Chicago - New York). Cover:a drawing of a river flowing in the wood [Digital Copy],  1908 

"Worryin' Blues" by Gus Kahn (w) and Phil Spitalny and Stubby Gordon (m); Sam Fox Pub. Co. (Cleveland - New York). Cover:caricature of a crying African American female face [Digital Copy],  1924 

Sheet Music. Y-Z 

"Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula (Hawaiian Love Song)" by E. Ray Goetz, Joe Young, and Pete Wendling; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co. (New York). Cover:a photo of Al. Jolson; a drawing of a island [Digital Copy],  1916 

"You Can Have Ev'ry Light On Broadway Give Me That One Little Light At Home" by Benny Davis (w) and Seymour Simmons (m); Irving Berlin Inc. (New York). Cover:drawing of a house the tranquil life in the country and city with all with all its agitation [Digital Copy],  1922 

"You Can Have It, I Don't Want It" by May Hill, Clarence Williams, and Armand J. Piron; Frank K. Root & Co. (Chicago - New York). Cover: drawing of an African American male playing banjo and singing, while a rooster stares down at him; photo inset of Miss Lillian Teece" [Digital Copy],  1917 

"You Know You Belong To Someone Else (So Why Don't You Leave Me Alone)" by Eugene West (w) and James V. Monaco (m); Irving Berlin Inc. (New York). Cover:a drawing of a woman in a pink / black suit [Digital Copy],  1922 

"(You May be Fast 'but') Your Mamma's Gonna Slow You Down" by Gil Wells (w) and Buddy Cooper (m); Stark & Cowan (New York). Cover:silhouette drawing of a rolling pin wielding Caucasian female holding onto a Caucasian male [Digital Copy],  1923 

"You'll Have To Transfer" by Abe Holzman; Feist & Frankenthaler (New York). Cover:a drawing of a lady coming down the stairs ; a photo inset of Bonnie Thornton [Digital Copy],  1899 

"You're Gwine to Get Somethin' What You Don't Expect" by Vincent Bryan (w) and Bert Williams (m); Leo Feist Publisher (New York). Cover:drawing of a well-dressed African American female having her palm read by an African American palm reader; photo inset of Bert Williams in blackface [Digital Copy],  1910 

"You'se Just a Little Nigger, Still Youse Mine, All Mine" by Paul Dresser (w/m); Howley, Haviland & Dresser (New York). Cover: photo of Caucasian singer Kitty Mitchell; description reads "lullaby" [Digital Copy],  1898 

"Your Land and My Land" by Dorothy Donnelly (w) and Sigmund Romberg (m); Harms Inc. (New York). Cover: A musical Romance based on Clyde Fitch's Famous Play " Barbara Fritchie", floral illustration and a drawing of a house" [Digital Copy],  1927 

"Ziegfeld Follies 1918" by Gene Buck (w) and Dave Stamper (m); T.B. Harms (New York). Cover:photo collage of twenty Ziegfeld girls [Digital Copy],  1918 

"Zip Coon"; J. L. Hewitt & Co. (New York). Cover: drawing of an African American male dressed in fine clothing; text reads: "A favorite comic song" and "sung by Mr. G. W. Dixon" [Digital Copy],  1834? 

"The Zinga Zula Man" by Edward Madden (w) and Ben M. Jerome and Louis A. Hirsch (m); Chas. K. Harris (New York - Chicago). Cover:caricature of an African male clothed as a fusion of European servant and Zulu warrior [Digital Copy],  1910 

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Series III. Photographs 

Scope and Contents note

The photographs in this series have been digitized and are available in the Blues Photographs digital collection.

Photographs. A 

Adams, John (B&W). Headshot of John Tyler Adams - wearing glasses, has moustache, circa 1950's/1960's Courtesy Cadence Magazine for Blues Who's Who    (4x5)

Adams, Woodrow (B&W). Head to waist photo, Standing in front of microphone with arms crossed, unknown person in back, courtesy Dave Evans for Blues Who's Who, circa 1960's. Photographer: Marina Bokelman    (8x5)

Agee, Raymond (B&W). Photo of Raymond Agee sitting at a table with Johnny Otis (L) and Frank Zappa ® - wall of LPs in the background and record players on table in front, courtesy of Peter Lowry for Blues Who's Who, , Photographer: Darryl Stolper November 1970    (5x7)

Alexander, Dave (B&W). Arhoolie Records promotional glossy of Dave Alexander in dark turtleneck and jeans, playing piano, courtesy Chris Strachwitz, for Blues Who's Who circa 1970's. Photographer: Hank Lebo    (8x10)

Alexander, Alger "Texas (B&W). Dark portrait photo of Texas Alexander, seated, circa 1930's/40's, courtesy Living Blues Magazine for  Blues Who's Who    (8x5)

Allison, Luther (B&W). Reprint of a Delmark Records promo photo of Luther Allison in concert, playing his guitar, circa 1960's/early 70's, courtesy Living Blues Magazine, for  Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Thomas R. Copi    (8x5)

Anderson, Pink (B&W). Pink Anderson wearing white shirt, hat, and glasses, outside, looking to his right, circa 1960's/early 70's for Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Peter Lowry    (2x3)

Armstrong, Howard (B&W). Headshot of Howard Armstrong wearing his headband and beads around his neck.    (4x5.5)

Arnold, Billy Boy (B&W). Reprint of Vee Jay Records promo portrait photo of Billy Boy Arnold, circa 1950's/early 60's, courtesy Living Blues Magazine for  Blues Who's Who    (8x5)

Austin, Claire (B&W). Concert photo of Claire Austin, singing with unknown trumpeter and clarinetist in background, circa 1970's for Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Andrew Wittenborn    (7x5)

Photographs. B 

Baker, McHousten "Mickey" (B&W). Upper body shot of Mickey Baker in cap and sunglasses, circa early 1970's, courtesy Living Blues Magazine for  Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Guy Schoukroun    (8x5)

Bankston, Dick (B&W). Shot of Dick Bankston seated on a porch looking to his right, wearing white shirt and dark flat-crowned hat, circa 1960's/70's, courtesy of David Evans for Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Marina Bokelman    (8x5)

Barker, Louisa "Blue Lu" (B&W). Portrait shot of Louisa Barker in striped dress smiling, courtesy Frank Driggs for Blues Who's Who, 1938    (6x9)

Barker, Louisa "Blue Lu" (B&W). Head shot of Louisa Barker singing at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, courtesy Norbert Hess, , Photographer: Norbert Hess April 1975    (4x5)

Bell, Brenda (B&W). Promotional head shot of Brenda, circa 1980's    (8x10)

Bell, Brenda (B&W). Promotional head shot of Brenda, circa 1980's, signed    (8x10)

Bell, Brenda (Color). Snapshot of Brenda Bell sitting on a brown leather couch, arms crossed, ca.1980's    (3-1/2x5)

Bell, Carey (B&W). Photo of Carey Bell blowing his harp into a microphone in concert, circa 1970's, courtesy Living Blues magazine for  Blues Who's Who. Photographer: D. Shigley    (8x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Photo of Clyde standing with his trombone in front of a bandstand and in front of a Jay McShann sign, at the Happy Hour Nightclub, Minneapolis, MN, 15 July 1943    (4x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Clyde posing in suit and hat, hands crossed on a cane in front, "while appearing with the Whitman Sisters show in St. Louis, MO, May 1929    (4x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Clyde on far left, holding trombone with Ira Coffey and his Walkathonians, 1933    (4x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Clyde promo shot, holding trombone, leaning on piano next to microphone, , Photographer: James Van Der Zee 1944    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Clyde promo shot, holding trombone, leaning on piano next to microphone, , Photographer: James Van Der Zee 1944    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Clyde promo shot, holding trombone up to mouth, next to piano, 1934    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Floating head of Clyde Bernhardt (newspaper clipping on flip side), circa 1940's    (2-1/4x3-3/4)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Clyde on far left, holding trombone with Ira Coffey and his Walkathonians, 1933    (7-1/2x5-1/4)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Group photo entitled, "Banquet given in honor of the Edgar Hayes Orchestra by the Finnish Musicians of Helsinki, Finland...." - Clyde in the middle row, 4th from right, March 1938    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Band onstange photo entitled, "This picture of Edgar Hayes and his Orchestra, was taken in the theatre when we was playing in Helsinki, Finland, in March 1938" - Clyde in back row, second from left, March 1938    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Group photo with caption on back, "The W.E. Tebbett Walkathon, Central Airport, Camden, NJ, October 1933. Photo taken after 47 hours of walking. Note nurse in attendance. Clyde Bernhardt can be seen in top row, right, holding trombone", October 1933    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Group photo with caption on back,"This photo was mad Halloween night 1933 in Camden, NJ." Clyde Bernhardt may or may not be in the very back, October 1933    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Band photo, "Grears Mid-Nite Ramblers/Charles C. Grear Lead of Band/This photo was made in the Oasis Ballroom in Michigan City, Indiana in July 1927." it goes on to list the band members, including Clyde Bernhardt, first on the left, holding trombone, July 1927    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Band photo, "King Oliver and His Creole Jazz Band" - band is standing around a mass of instruments in the middle of the photo. Clyde is third from right, cutting a sly glance at the camera, , Photographer: James Van Der Zee March 1931    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Clyde on far left, holding trombone with Ira Coffey and his Walkathonians    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Band photo, "King Oliver and His Harlem Syncopators..." - Clyde on far left, holding trombone, March 1931    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Band photo, "King Oliver and His Harlem Syncopators..." - Clyde on far left, holding trombone, March 1931    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Band photo of Edgar Hayes Band's arrival in Stockholm, Sweden - Clyde can be partly seen, fourth in back, February 1938    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Band photo, "Grears Mid-Nite Ramblers" it goes on to list the band members, including Clyde Bernhardt, first on the left, holding trombone, July 1927    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Band photo, "Tillie and her Toilers at the State Theater, Harrisburg, PA" gathered around Tillie at the piano - the back of Clyde is 2nd from left, January 1927    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Band photo, "Tillie and her Toilers at the State Theater, Harrisburg, PA" gathered around Tillie at the piano - the back of Clyde is 2nd from left, January 1927    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Photo reprint of a newspaper clipping for the Club Plantation, St. Louis, MO - Clyde on the far right, August 1944    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Photo reprint of a newspaper clipping for Luis Russell Orchestra tour, Clyde Bernhardt on far right    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Photo reprint of a newspaper clipping for the Club Plantation, St. Louis, MO - Clyde on the far right, August 1944    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Photo of Edgar Hayes Band in concert at the Apollo Theatre, NYC - Clyde featured in front middle, playing t-bone    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Photo of Edgar Hayes Band in concert at the Apollo Theatre, NYC - Clyde featured blowing a solo, 1939    (5x7)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Photo of Edgar Hayes Band in concert at the Apollo Theatre, NYC - Clyde featured in front middle, playing t-bone, 1939    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Clyde posing in suit and hat, hands crossed on a cane in front, "while appearing with the Whitman Sisters show in St. Louis, MO, May 1929    (3-1/2x5-1/2)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Photo of Clyde standing with his trombone in front of a bandstand and in front of a Jay McShann sign at the Happy Hour Nightclub, Minneapolis, MN, 15 July 1943    (4-5/8x6-1/2)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Publicity shot of Clyde sitting on a piano bench, legs crossed holding his trombone, courtesy Frank Driggs, 1934    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Whitman Sisters Company, at the Dunbar Theater in Philadelphia, PA, 27 December 1928. Clyde's in the back left, trombone player on the right, 27 December 1928    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). King Oliver and his Creole Jazz Band, Clyde on the far left holding his trombone, April 1931    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (pre WW II) (B&W). Clyde Bernhardt publicity photo - "Blues Singer and Trombonist / Recording Artist / Discovered by Leonard G. Feather" - all white background, dressed in white suite holding trombone with flower in lapel - in NYC, 21 July 1944    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (negative). Negative of Clyde standing with his trombone in front of a bandstand and in front of a Jay McShann sign at the Happy Hour Nightclub, Minneapolis, MN, 15 July 1943    (4x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (negative). Negative of tree that Bernhardt's father died sitting under in New London, NC, courtesy Henry W. Culp    (4x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (negative). 2 Negatives of a concert program (?) from the Edgar Hayes band's concert in Finland, Clyde's name is featured twice, 1938    (4x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (negative). Clyde posing in suit and hat, hands crossed on a cane in front, "while appearing with the Whitman Sisters show in St. Louis, MO, May 1929    (4x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (negative). Clyde on far left, holding trombone with Ira Coffey and his Walkathonians, 1933    (4x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (negative strip). Clyde with various people in the mid-1970's    (5/8x4-3/8)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). "The Musicraft recording session in the WOR Studios, New York City, NY" Clyde playing trombone, Pete Brown on alto sax, Sam Allen, guitar, 21 February 1946    (4x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). "The Musicraft recording session in the WOR Studios, New York City, NY" Clyde singing, Pete Brown on alto sax, Sam Allen, guitar, Leonard Feather on piano, 21 February 1946    (4x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). "Portrait by Burbank" of Clyde in a white dinner jacket, standing, holding his trombone, 1964    (3-1/2x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Photo of Clyde signing an autograph for a girl outside, according to the caption on the back they were "back stage of the Royal Theatre in Baltimore, MD. He's wearing a tweed overcoat, hat, and smoking a cigarette, 18 February 1949    (5x7)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde (L) reading a piece of paper in the DJ booth, as NYC DJ Fred Robbins (R) of WOV radio points in Clyde's direction, 11 July 1947    (6-1/2x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). New York City DJ, Fred Robbins (R) points to the design on Babs Gonzales's (L) shirt in the WOV studios, as Clyde (middle) looks on - all are smiling, 11 July 1947    (6-1/2x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Fred Robbins (R) doing some kind of funky move. Babs Gonzales (L) is laughing hard and Clyde (middle) is looking cool. All are in the radio station, WOV studios in NYC, 11 July 1947    (6-3/4x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde Bernhardt wearing a leisure suit and looking happy holding his trombone in New York City at Dennis Chalkin Photo Studios on his 80th birthday, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde Bernhardt wearing a leisure suit and looking happy holding his trombone in New York City at Dennis Chalkin Photo Studios on his 80th birthday, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde Bernhardt wearing a leisure suit and looking happy holding his trombone in New York City at Dennis Chalkin Photo Studios on his 80th birthday, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde wearing a leisure suit looking up and to his left as if wishing on a star, also he's holding his trombone. It's his 80th birthday and he's at the Dennis Chalkan Photo Studios in NYC, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde wearing a leisure suit looking up and to his left as if wishing on a star, also he's holding his trombone. It's his 80th birthday and he's at the Dennis Chalkan Photo Studios in NYC, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde wearing a leisure suit looking up and to his left as if wishing on a star, also he's holding his trombone. It's his 80th birthday and he's at the Dennis Chalkan Photo Studios in NYC, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde wearing his leisure suit, left foot on a chair, trombone down by his right side in NYC at Dennis Chalkan Photo Studios on his 80th birthday, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde standing, leaning a little to his left, wearing his leisure suit, holding his trombone in NYC at the Dennis Chalkan Photo Studios on his 80th b-day, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde standing, foot on a little black box, leaning on his trombone case covered in stickers of flags from around the world, holding his trombone with his right hand down by his side. He looks happy. It's his 80th birthday and he's at the Dennis Chalkan P, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). #1 in a series of 10 sheets of mini-photos all taken of Clyde in various positions in his leisure suit with his trombone at Dennis Chalkan studios in NYC on his 80th birthday, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). #2 in a series of 10 sheets of mini-photos all taken of Clyde in various positions in his leisure suit with his trombone at Dennis Chalkan studios in NYC on his 80th birthday, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). #3 in a series of 10 sheets of mini-photos all taken of Clyde in various positions in his leisure suit with his trombone at Dennis Chalkan studios in NYC on his 80th birthday, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). #4 in a series of 10 sheets of mini-photos all taken of Clyde in various positions in his leisure suit with his trombone at Dennis Chalkan studios in NYC on his 80th birthday, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). #5 in a series of 10 sheets of mini-photos all taken of Clyde in various positions in his leisure suit with his trombone at Dennis Chalkan studios in NYC on his 80th birthday, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). #6 in a series of 10 sheets of mini-photos all taken of Clyde in various positions in his leisure suit with his trombone at Dennis Chalkan studios in NYC on his 80th birthday, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). #7 in a series of 10 sheets of mini-photos all taken of Clyde in various positions in his leisure suit with his trombone at Dennis Chalkan studios in NYC on his 80th birthday, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). #8 in a series of 10 sheets of mini-photos all taken of Clyde in various positions in his leisure suit with his trombone at Dennis Chalkan studios in NYC on his 80th birthday, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). #9 in a series of 10 sheets of mini-photos all taken of Clyde in various positions in his leisure suit with his trombone at Dennis Chalkan studios in NYC on his 80th birthday, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). #10 in a series of 10 sheets of mini-photos all taken of Clyde in various positions in his leisure suit with his trombone at Dennis Chalkan studios in NYC on his 80th birthday, , Photographer: Dennis Chalkan Studios 11 July 1985    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde onstage in concert, blowing his trombone in front of Floyd Turnham (middle) and Barry Martyn (back) in Helsinki, Finland, courtesy Bjorn Barnheim, , Photographer: Bjorn Barnheim 6 November 1983    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Clyde onstage in concert, playing trombone in front of a singing Deborah Woodson in Helsinki, Finland, 6 December 1983    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Clyde onstage in concert, playing trombone in front of a singing Deborah Woodson in Helsinki, Finland, 6 December 1983    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde holding his trombone, wearing a safari-looking coat and scarf/ascot, one foot on a bench, circa late 1960's/early 70's    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde holding his trombone in his left hand, wearing a safari-looking coat and scarf/ascot, arms outspread, circa late 1960's/early 70's    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo montage of Clyde in various positions and outfits with his trombone, circa late 1960's    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo montage of Clyde in various positions and outfits with his trombone.    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo of Clyde wearing white jacket, trombone up to his lips, 12 May 1967    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo of Clyde wearing charcoal suit, sitting in chair, legs crossed, left hand holding up trombone, 12 May 1967    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo of Clyde wearing white jacket, seated on stool, holding trombone in front of him, 12 May 1967    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Photo reprint of newspaper clipping from "The Afro-American" with headline, "Personalities of Stage, Screen" ; blurb of Clyde Bernhardt on far right    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Photo reprint of newspaper clipping from "The Afro-American" with headline, "Personalities of Stage, Screen" ; blurb of Clyde Bernhardt on far right    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Photo of Clyde Bernhardt and His Harlem Blues and Jazz Band at the Pizza Express Jazz Club in London - Clyde is in the middle, playing his trombone, 16 May 1977    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Photo montage of Clyde and various colleague in concert at the Royal Theatre in Baltimore, MD - Clyde's in the middle with an unidentified saxman and is on the bottom left, alone onstage in front of a microphone. (more info on back of photo), 18 February 1949    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde promo record ad - "New...Hot Jazz on Sonora Records" - floating head of Clyde on left, Dud Bascomb on right, 16 September 1946    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde promo record ad - "New...Hot Jazz on Sonora Records" - floating head of Clyde on left, Dud Bascomb on right, 16 September 1946    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde B. onstage montage photo w/ Luis Russell's Orchestra at the Royal Theatre in Baltimore, MD, 18 February 1949    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo of Clyde B. wearing white jacket and black tie, arms crossed in New York, , Photographer: Diazu Rogers 18 September 1946    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity montage photo of Clyde playing and singin with various musicians on his "working vacation" to England, 1 June 1972    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo of a well-dressed Clyde, seated, legs crossed holding his trombone, NYC, 18 September 1946    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity montage photo of Clyde playing and singin with various musicians on his "working vacation" to England, June 1972    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Photo montage of Clyde B. and the Harlem Blues and Jazz Band playing on television in Copenhagen, Denmark, , Photographer: Gorm Valentin 19 September 1976    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Photo montage of Clyde B. and the Harlem Blues and Jazz Band playing on television in Copenhagen, Denmark, , Photographer: Gorm Valentin 19 September 1976    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo of Clyde in a plaid jacket, smiling, holding his trombone, 15 July 1982    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo of Clyde in a plaid jacket, smiling, holding his trombone, 15 July 1982    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo of Clyde in a plaid jacket, trombone to his lips, 15 July 1982    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo of Clyde in a light jacket, big-knotted striped tie, holding his trombone, circa late 70's/early 80's    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo of Clyde in a light jacket, big-knotted striped tie, holding his trombone, circa late 70's/early 80's    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde (far L) holding his trombone with fellow jazz musicians and Senator S.I. Hayakawa (next to Clyde) - backstage of Ford's Theatre in Washington, DC, 24 September 1982    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde (far L) holding his trombone with fellow jazz musicians and Senator S.I. Hayakawa (next to Clyde) - backstage of Ford's Theatre in Washington, DC, 24 September 1982    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde in line at the White House, shaking President Reagan's hand, 25 September 1982    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Close-up photo of Clyde shaking President Reagan's hand at the White House - photo signed by president Reagan, 25 September 1982    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Sheldon Harris has his arm around Clyde Bernhardt - they are wearing overcoats and standing in front of a brick wall, January 1982    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde Bernhardt (front center) with his Harlem Blues and Jazz Band at a private party for Mrs. Mimi Newman in Pelham, NY, 15 December 1974    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde B. (holding trombone) in the Recording Studio in NYC after a session with various performers (information on back), 11 September 1975    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde Bernhardt (far L) with the Harlem Blues & Jazz Band (after a concert) in the home of Dr. Albert A. Vollmer, DDS (info on back of photo), August 1975    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde seated in Princess White's lap, holding his trombone after a recording session in the studio in NYC, 16 September 1975    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde in the recording studio, holding his trombone, standing next to Princess White - his band's behind him. All in NYC, 16 September 1975    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde (bottom R) w/ Barry Martyn (white guy) & his Legends of Jazz, Helsinki, Finland, , Photographer: Bjorn Barnheim 6 November 1983    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde (bottom R) w/ Barry Martyn (white guy) & his Legends of Jazz, Helsinki, Finland, , Photographer: Bjorn Barnheim 6 November 1983    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde (top L) playing trombone w/ Legends of Jazz - Deborah Watson in front, singing. Photographer: Mel Howard    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde (top L) playing trombone w/ Legends of Jazz - Deborah Watson in front, singing. Photographer: Mel Howard    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde playing trombone and playing around with Deborah Watson. Photographer: Mel Howard    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde playing trombone and playing around with Deborah Watson. Photographer: Mel Howard    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Photo montage of Clyde B. and the Harlem Blues and Jazz Band playing on television in Copenhagen, Denmark, , Photographer: Gorm Valentin 19 September 1976    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Clyde onstage in concert, blowing his trombone in front of Floyd Turnham (middle) and Barry Martyn (back) in Helsinki, Finland, courtesy Bjorn Barnheim, , Photographer: Bjorn Barnheim 6 November 1983    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Clyde onstage in concert, playing trombone in front of a singing Deborah Woodson in Helsinki, Finland, 6 December 1983    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Clyde onstage in concert, playing trombone in front of a singing Deborah Woodson in Helsinki, Finland, 6 December 1983    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo of Clyde as "Ed Barron" - standing in a light suit, legs apart, arms spread, trombone in left hand, NYC    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Montage of 5 mini publicity photos of Clyde as "Ed Barron"in different poses in NYC    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Montage of 5 mini publicity photos of Clyde as "Ed Barron"in different poses in NYC    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo of Clyde as "Ed Barron" - close-up, sitting in a light suit, holding trombone, NYC    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo of Clyde as "Ed Barron" - close-up, sitting in a light suit, holding trombone, NYC    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo of Clyde as "Ed Barron" - close-up, sitting in a light suit, holding trombone, NYC    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo of Clyde as "Ed Barron" - close-up, sitting in a light suit, holding trombone, NYC    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Photo of newspaper clipping, "1000 Anos de Jazz" from Mexico City - "Deborah Woodson sings to Clyde Bernhardt", 4 November 1981    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Photo of newspaper clipping, "1000 Anos de Jazz" from Mexico City - "Deborah Woodson sings to Clyde Bernhardt", 4 November 1981    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo, "1000 years of Jazz" - close-up of Clyde playing to Deborah Woodson. Photographer: Mel Howard    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Publicity photo, "1000 Years of Jazz" - two tap dancers wearing pork-pie white hats, white spectater in background. Photographer: Mel Howard    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). 1000 years of jazz, onstage music and dance routine - men in white suits dancing in front of band. Photographer: Mel Howard    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). 1000 years of jazz, onstage music and dance routine - men in black suits playing instruments. Photographer: Mel Howard    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde sitting in a barber's chair in a barber's shop, legs crossed, circa 1970's    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde holding his trombone with arm around a bald man (Fess Williams?) seated next to lady in glasses - another bald man leaning in doorway in back ground, 6 April 1975    (3.5x4.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde with some undisclosed ladies, one of which is Princess White, the other of which is a "Lady friend" according to the back of the photo, 6 April 1975    (3.5x4.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde (holding trombone) with group of musicians after a recording session in New York City, 1972    (3.5x4.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde (on the right, burgundy coat/bow tie, arm around lady in blue and white shirt) with a group of folk made after a jazz concert at a high school in Larchmont, NY...according to the back of the photo, November 1975    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde (far right), George Hillman (middle), and Lon Chaney (left) all standing under palm trees in front of a gate near Caracas, Venezuela, 1981    (3.5x4.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde (middle) standing in between George Hillman (left) and Lon Chaney (right) all leaning on a fence in front of a high rise near Caracas, Venezuela in 1981, 1981    (3.5x4.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde sitting in a barber's chair in his own barber suit, wearing a black suit and headband in New York City, July 1975    (3.5x4.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde (head and shoulders) in close foreground. Behind him are his brother, Leonard Bernhardt; his neice, Bea Harris; and his cousin (unnamed). It was taken on "Clyde Bernhardt Day" in the New Amsterdam Musical Club, INC, August 1975    (3.5x4.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde, holding his trombone, hand on the shoulder of Larry Lucie with unknown people in background. It was taken in the New Amsterdam Club, INC. on Clyde Berhnardt Day, 31 August 1975    (3.5x4.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde sitting at a table in between Mr. R.H. Horton and Mrs. Jean Wade on the 2nd Sunday of November 1976 at the Friendly Fifty Club Dinner, November 1976    (3.5x4.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde wearing a red suit, seated amongst colleagues on the 2nd Sunday of May 1977 at the Friendly Fifty Club meeting, May 1977    (3.5x4.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde playing trombone onstage between unknown musicians at the Pizza Express in London, 18 May 1977    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde wearing light colored suit in back behind unknown friends at the Pizza Express in London, 18 May 1977    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde (far right) wearing a black trenchcoat and brown hat with black band the crown. He's standing with a group of older caucasians...all unkown at 19 Luttrell Ave, Putney, London, 18 May 1977    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde playing trombone onstage with a group of unknown musicians in front of a large building covered in scaffolding on the right in Hannover, Germany in May of 1977, 19 May 1977    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde singing (left) with man in plaid coat blowing trumpet, bassist thumping, and pianist playing in the background at the Breda Festival in Holland in May 1977, 22 May 1977    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde (sunglasses) and friends seated around a table with drinks outdoors in Ghent, Belgium in May of 1977, 28 May 1977    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde playing t-bone (right) in front of bald bass player onstage at Jazz Virus(?) Club in Belgium, 26 May 1977    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde playing t-bone (left) next to trumpeter and sax player onstage at the Talk of the Town Club in Tilburg, Holland, 27 May 1977    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde (right) playing trombone onstage next to a lady singing and a fellow playin drums (The Harlem Blues...) in the background at the Talk of the Town Club in Tilburg, Holland, 27 May 1977    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde (kneeling, far left) with a group of people outside, next to a brick building with two small nearly naked children in Belslele, Belgium, 28 May 1977    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde standing, arms crossed, at the Friendly Fifty Club Dinner Dance, 2nd Sunday of November 1976 - lady in background at the buffet table, November 1976    (3 3/8x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Princess White (in purple) singing onstage with Clyde playing trombone in background and white gentleman holding trumpet (far right) in Meridian, CT, 21 June 1975    (3.5x4.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde (middle) standing with two people on each side. The people are George James, Edith Wilson, Viola Wells, and Tommy Benford, but assigning a name to a face is unclear. Photo taken at Nassau College, May 1978    (3.5x4.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde (front, right) holding his t-bone, wearing a burgundy jacket in the Warp Recording Studio in NYC with colleagues and bandmates...Princess White (wearing white) stands to Clyde's right, 16 September 1975    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde, holding t-bone, sitting on Princess White's lap in Warp Recording Studios in NYC. Miss Rhapsody stands in background with other bandmates, 16 September 1975    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde (left) sitting on couch with Viola Wells and Sheldon Harris.    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde standing in front of a window, shade drawn. He has a drink in one hand and his coat draped over the other.    (3.5x4.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde standing in front of a window, looking to his left, holding a drink in his right hand and a jacket draped over his left.    (3.5x4.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde, left - wearing black trenchcoat and pinched-crown hat with black band, standing next to Sheldon Harris (right) in front of brick wall in Newark, NJ, January 1982    (4x4 7/8)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde, right - wearing black trenchcoat and pinched-crown hat with black band, standing next to George Hillman, left, wearing fuzzy lapeled crème jacket and tweed hat, brim turned up - both in front of a brick wall, January 1982    (4x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (Color). Snapshot of Clyde with his arm around Edith Wilson, backstage at Nassau Community College, Garden City, Long Island, New York, May 1978    (3.5x4.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Photo of Clyde holding his trombone, standing next to Louis Nelson somewhere in England.    (4 1/8x5 5/16)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Promotional postcard of Clyde as "Ed Barron, Rhythm and Blues Stylist / Recording Artist and Trombonist"    (3-1/4x5-1/2)

Bernhardt, Clyde (post WWII) (B&W). Promotional postcard of Clyde as "Ed Barron, Rhythm and Blues Stylist / Recording Artist and Trombonist"    (3-1/4x5-1/2)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Photo of downtown Albermarle, NC circa 1915, where Clyde used to shine shoes as a small boy. Photo is mounted on carboard and is courtesy of Fred T. Morgan, Stanly News and Press.    (5x7)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Photo of the tree Clyde's father died under sitting in a rocking chair in New London, NC on October 27, 1915. Courtesy Henry W. Culp (photo mounted on cardboard)    (4x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Photo of Falls Road in Badin, NC circa 1919 when Clyde used to deliver telegrams for Western Union.    (5x7)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Ethel Cummings and Ray Minker group wedding photo take at W.E. Tebbett's Walkathon in Camden, NJ, 14 November 1933    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Honey Brown's Orchestra at the Bamboo Inn, NYC in 1929, just prior to Clyde joining the band, 1929    (4-1/4x5 7/8)

Bernhardt, Clyde (Color). Three snapshots of Clyde glued to a piece of construction paper. The top one is of Clyde wearing sunglasses, seated in a wooden chair by a white picket fence in a trimmed yard. He is reading "Jazz" magazine. The middle shot is of Clyde wearing a white hat, 3 September 1967    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Group photo of Clyde with his brothers and sisters and their husbands and wives, taken at a family reunion in Allentown, PA early May 1948. Clyde is bottom left, May 1948    (5x7)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Blurry, skewed photo of Clyde's childhood home in Richfield, NC. Taken in 1964 by Bernhardt, 1964    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Promotional photo of the saxohpone section of The Sunset Royals Orchestra, circa 1940's/50's.    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Slightly blurry photo of some of Clyde's cousins: Johnny Eady (l), Geraldine Leftwick (mi), and William Eady ®. Taken in New Brighton, PA, 1968    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Portrait photo of Luis Russell, light suit, flower in lapel, smiling - taken in the mid 1940's.    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Haynes Alvis (friend of Clyde's) enjoying a drink at the home of Dr. Albert Vollmer, Larchont, NY. Courtesy Albert Vollmer, 14 August 1972    (7-5/8x7)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Jay Cole (l) and Albert Vollmer ® "discussing our recording session at Warp Studios, NYC" - courtesy Albert Vollmer, 10 November 1973    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Reprint of a publicity photo of and signed by Lil Green, addressed to Clyde, circa 1940's.    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Reprint of a publicity photo of and signed by Dorothy Donegan, to Clyde. circa 1940's    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Publicity shot of Princess White, NYC 1975. Courtesy of Sheldon Harris, 1975    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Reprint of a concert photo of and signed by Gene Ramey, unfortunately, there are several musicians in the photo...all unidentified.    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Photo of Clyde Bernhardt's birth house in Gold Hill, NC.    (8x10)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Signed photo of Jimmy Butts singing and playing bass, circa 1960's/70's.    (5 1/8x7 5/16)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Signed portrait photo of Clara Eaton wearing a lovely corsage, taken in Montreal, Canada, 1953    (5x7-1/8)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Photo of downtown Albermarle, NC circa 1915, where Clyde used to shine shoes as a small boy. Courtesy of Fred T. Morgan, Stanly News and Press, 29 March 1905    (5x7)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). View of aluminium plant from across Lake Badin, NC - early 20th century    (5x7)

Bernhardt, Clyde (Color). Snapshot of home of Mr. & Mrs. Rufus Kluttz in Rockwell, NC - helped raise Clyde after his father died in 1915.    (3.5x3.5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Photo of the tree Clyde's father died under sitting in a rocking chair in New London, NC on October 27, 1915. Courtesy Henry W. Culp    (3.5x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Photo of the tree Clyde's father died under sitting in a rocking chair in New London, NC on October 27, 1915. Courtesy Henry W. Culp    (3.5x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Portrait photo of Clyde's cousin, Mary Harper, taken in 1954, 1954    (3.5x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (Color). Snapshot of the Saint John Baptist Church Clyde attended between 1905 and 1916, located just ouside Gold Hill, NC, courtesy Frances Melchor    (3.5x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Snapshot of the Saint John Baptist Church Clyde attended between 1905 and 1916, located just ouside Gold Hill, NC, courtesy Frances Melchor    (3.5x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (Color). Snapshot of the run-down house of Robert and Lucy Melchor. Lucy was a distant cousin to Clyde. As a child, Clyde would come play here often. Located near Gold Hill, NC. Courtesy Frances Melchor    (3.5x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (Color). Snapshot of the run-down house of Robert and Lucy Melchor. Lucy was a distant cousin to Clyde. As a child, Clyde would come play here often. Located near Gold Hill, NC. Courtesy Frances Melchor    (3.5x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Portrait of Clyde's niece, Vivian Starks, taken in Newark, NJ, 1959    (5x7)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Outside snapshot of Edgar Hayes band program from Finland from late 1930's    (4x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (B&W). Inside snapshot of Edgar Hayes band program from Finland in the late 1930's    (4x5)

Bernhardt, Clyde (Color). Skewed snapshot of Princess White and her daughter, Thelma, taken by Clyde, 20 October 1974    (4-3/4x3-1/2)

Berry, Chuck (B&W). Chess Records publicity photo of Berry with guitar, circa 1950's for Blues Who's Who    (8x10)

Berry, Chuck (negative). Negative of Chess Records publicity photo of Berry with guitar, circa 1950's for Blues Who's Who    (8x10)

Billy and Lillie (B&W). Promo card of Billy (Ford) (holding a trumpet) and Lillie (Bryant) "are both from New York where they received a high school education."    (3x5.75)

Blackwell, Scrapper (B&W). Photo of Scrapper Blackwell sitting with legs crossed, playing guitar, courtesy Frank Driggs for Blues Who's Who    (7.5x9.5)

Blake, Eubie (B&W). Eubie Blake sitting in an ornate, high-backed chair, right hand aside of his face    (8x10)

Bland, Bobby "Blue" (B&W). Head shot of Bobby "Blue" Bland in a tux, circa 1950's-60's    (3.5x5)

Bland, Bobby "Blue" (B&W). ABC/Dunhill Records publicity photo of Bobby "Blue" Bland, head shot, he's looking down. circa late 1960's/early 70's    (8x10)

Blanks, Birleanna (B&W). Portrait of Banks dressed in light flower dress for Blues Who's Who, courtesy Marge Singleton    (8x10)

Blanks, Birleanna (B&W). Portrait of Banks with Hilda Perlina and Amanda Randolph all in dresses and smiling    (8x10)

Blaylock, Travis "Harmonica Slim" (B&W). Flying Dutchman publicity photo of Harmonica Slim, close-up, singing    (8x10)

Blesh, Rudi (B&W). Rudi Blesh (left) and Sheldon Harris (right) enjoying themselves at a Record Research Meeting at Rutgers Inst. Of Jazz, New Brunswick, NJ, 1969, , Photographer: Jack Bradley 21949    (8x10)

Bloomfield, Mike (B&W). Candid close-up shot of Mike Bloomfied courtesy of Tom Mazzolini for Blues Who's Who    (8x10)

Blue, Joe "Little" (B&W). Head and shoulders shot of Little Joe Blue at American Blues Legends, Hamburg, June 1975 by Norbert Hess for Blues Who's Who, June 1975    (4x5.5)

Blue, Joe "Little" (B&W). Little Joe Blue onstage playing his electric guitar and singing. Stars dot the backdrop. Courtesy Tom Mazzolini.    (8x10)

Bogan, Lucille (B&W). Reprint of Lucille Bogan publicity photo from 1920's/30's.    (5x7)

Bogan, Ted (B&W). Ted Bogan playing guitar outside. By Jeff Titon, courtesy Univ. of Illinois Press    (3.5x5)

Bogan, Ted (B&W). Ted Bogan onstage performing, behind the mic, in front of a bass player, by and courtesy of Pete Lowry    (4x5)

Bonner, Juke Boy (B&W). Arhoolie promotional photo of Juke Boy Bonner wearing turtleneck and harmonica holder, playing guitar by Chris Strachwitz, courtesy Arhoolie    (8x10)

Bonner, Juke Boy (B&W). Arhoolie promotional photo of Juke Boy Bonner wearing turtleneck and harmonica holder, playing guitar by Chris Strachwitz, courtesy Arhoolie    (8x10)

Bookbinder, Roy (B&W). Snapshot of Roy Bookbinder singing and playing into mic onstage, circa 1970's for Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Mike Joyce    (3.5x5)

Bookbinder, Roy (B&W). Flying Fish promotional photo of Roy Bookbinder in light straw hat and multi-patterned short sleeve shirt holding guitar    (8x10)

Bookbinder, Roy (B&W). Flying Fish promotional photo of Roy Bookbinder in light straw hat and multi-patterned short sleeve shirt holding guitar    (8x10)

Booker, James (B&W). James Booker performing onstage at the 1975 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival (April 25) for Blues Who's Who courtesy  Living Blues Magazine, , Photographer: Norbert Hess 25 April 1975    (5x7)

Boyd, Eddie (B&W). Eddie Boyd portrait shot - arms crossed, wearing striped suit    (4x5)

Boyd, Eddie (B&W). upper body shot of Eddie Boyd, smiling wearing dark suit, for Blues Who's Who courtesy Eddie Boyd and  Living Blues    (5x8)

Bracey, Ishmon (B&W). Portrait photo of Ishmon Bracey for Blues Who's Who courtesy Sheldon Harris    (4x5)

Bracey, Ishmon (negative). negative of Ishmon Bracey's portrait from unidentified book    (2.5x4)

Branch, Billy (B&W). upper body close-up of Bill Branch playing harmonica in Berlin for Blues Who's Who, , Photographer: Norbert Hess November 1977    (4x6)

Brim, Grace (B&W). Grace Brim sitting (informal), wearing white tanktop, looking to the right - for Blues Who's Who, courtesy of  Living Blues. Photographer: Amy O'Neal    (5x8)

Brim, John (B&W). Close-up head shot of John Brim for Blues Who's Who, courtesy Jim O'Neal &  Living Blues Magazine. Photographer: Jim O'Neal    (5x8)

Brooks, Lonnie (B&W). Promotional photo of Lonnie Brooks seated, holding guitar, wearing suit for Blues Who's Who, courtesy  Living Blues Magazine    (5x8)

Broonzy, Bill (B&W). Promotional shot of Big Bill seated on a piano bench, holding guitar, legs crossed, wearing dark suit and hat - for Blues Who's Who, courtesy Frank Driggs Collection    (8x10)

Broonzy, Bill (B&W). Group promo photo of Big Bill (right, holding guitar), Little Bill Gaither (left, holding guitar), and Memphis Slim (middle, seated) in Chicago, circa 1940, courtesy Frank Driggs Collection    (8x10)

Brown, Ada (B&W). Publicity shot of Ada Brown in stage dress with a look of joy on her face, courtesy Frank Driggs Collection for Blues Who's Who, 1943    (8x10)

Brown, Andrew (B&W). Andrew Brown singing and playing guitar onstage in front of a mic courtesy Living Blues for  Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Amy O'Neal    (8x5)

Brown, Bessie (negative). promotional. Bessie Brown facing George Williams for Blues Who's Who; courtesy Sheldon Harris    (4x5)

Brown, Bessie (B&W). Bessie Brown (right) facing George Williams (left) in promotional photo for Blues Who's Who, courtesy Sheldon Harris    (5x7)

Brown, Bessie (B&W). low-quality photo (from unidentified book) headshot of Bessie Brown, courtesy Sheldon Harris    (4.5x9)

Brown, Buster (1) (B&W). promo shot of Buster Brown holding harmonica for Blues Who's Who, courtesy  Living Blues    (5x7)

Brown, Buster (1) (negative). negative of page from Living Blues containing shot of Buster Brown promo shot holding harmonica    (4x5)

Brown, Buster (2) (color). snapshot of tap-dancing legend Buster Brown in white suit, performing at Essex City College in Newark, NJ, circa early 1980's. A band plays behind Buster.    (3.5x4.5)

Buster, Brown (2) (color). snapshot of tap-dancing legend Buster Brown in white suit, performing at Essex City College in Newark, NJ, circa early 1980's. Two happy old ladies and one happy old man, clap for Buster. They sit to his left.    (3.5x4.5)

Brown, Charles (B&W). Aladdin Records promo photo of Charles Brown in light suit, leaning on piano, circa 1940's for Blues Who's Who, courtesy  Living Blues    (8x10)

Brown, Charles (color). snapshot of Charles Brown, holding a drink, smiling; a copy of Blues Who's Who is on the table in front of him - taken at Tramps in NYC, 2 April 1982    (4x5)

Brown, Charles (color). snapshot of Sheldon Harris and part of Charles Brown's face - taken at Tramps in NYC, 2 April 1982    (4x5)

Brown, Charles (color). snapshot of Charles Brown, right hand raised, index finger extended as if correcting someone off camera - taken at Tramps in NYC, 2 April 1982    (4x5)

Brown, Charles (color). snapshot of Charles Brown with Joe Palldino - taken at Tramps in NYC, 2 April 1982    (4x5)

Brown, Charles (Color). snapshot of Charles Brown with Sheldon Harris at Tramps in NYC, 2 April 1982    (4x5)

Brown, Charles (negatives). 2 small negatives of snapshots from Tramps in NYC, 2 April 1982    (-)

Brown, Clarence "Gatemouth" (B&W). photo of Gatemouth Brown in cowboy hat and western shirt, circa 1970's, courtesy Living Blues for  Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Norbert Hess    (5x7)

Brown, Dusty (B&W). "star" promotional photo of Dusty Brown in white tux for Blues Who's Who courtesy  Living Blues Magazine    (5x7)

Brown, Ida (B&W). low-quality reprint of the only known photo of Ida Brown, full body shot, hands on hips for Blues Who's Who, courtesy Sheldon Harris Collection    (2-1/4x5 3/8)

Brown, John (B&W). John Brown seated in a living room of some kind, holding his guitar, a microphone stands in front, courtesy of Dave Evans for Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Marina Bokelman    (5x8)

Brown, Lillian (B&W). exceprt of a publicity photo of Lillian Brown in drag (wearing top hat and black tux) for Blues Who's Who, courtesy Sheldon Harris    (5x7)

Brown, Lillian (negative). Lillian Brown in drag, courtesy of Sheldon Harris    (4x5)

Brown, Olive (B&W). Olive Brown wearing black bowler hat, singing into mic as unidentified trumpeter plays in background, Courtesy Jim Taylor. Photographer: Wally Lubzik    (8x10)

Brown, Olive (B&W). Photo sheet of Olive Brown studio recording session with unidentified musicians. Photographer: Wally Lubzik    (8x10 (fragmented))

Brown, Olive (B&W). Photo sheet of Olive Brown studio recording session with unidentified musicians. Photographer: Wally Lubzik    (8x10 (fragmented))

Brown, Olive (B&W). Photo sheet of Olive Brown studio recording session with unidentified musicians. Photographer: Wally Lubzik    (5-1/4x10)

Brown, Olive (B&W). Photo strip of Olive Brown studio recording session with unidentified musicians. Photographer: Wally Lubzik    (2-3/4x10)

Brown, Robert (B&W). RCA publicity photo of Washboard Sam sitting on wooden crate, holding his washboard    (8x10)

Brown, Roy (B&W). ABC publicity photo of Roy Brown singing soulfully in the studio, courtesy of Sheldon Harris for Blues Who's Who    (8x10)

Brown, Walter (B&W). Publicity upper-body photo of Walter Brown in black tux, smiling, arms crossed, courtesy Frank Driggs collection for Blues Who's Who, 9 March 1942    (8x10)

Bryant, Beulah (color). snapshot of Beulah Bryant singing at the Blues Who's Who Party w/ unidentified drummer in the background, , Photographer: B. Kukla August 1979    (3.5x5)

Bryant, Beulah (color). snapshot of Beulah Bryant in black dress and multi-colored scarf singing into a double microphone at the Dan Lynch Club, NYC, December 1981    (4x5)

Bryant, Beulah (Color). snapshot of Beulah Bryant looking to the right of the camera with bearded man in background at Dan Lynch Club, NYC, December 1981    (4x5)

Bryant, Beulah (Color). snapshot of Beulah Bryant singing into the left microphone at the Dan Lynch Club, NYC, December 1981    (4x5)

Bryant, Beulah (Color). Side snapshot of Beulah and with unidentified backing band at the Dan Lynch Club, NYC, December 1981    (4x5)

Bryant, Beulah (Color). Snapshot taken from bar of Beulah singing at the Dan Lynch Club, NYC, December 1981    (4x5)

Bryant, Beulah (Color). Snapshot of Beulah singing into the left microphone at Dan Lynch Club, unidentified drummer in the background, December 1981    (4x5)

Bryant, Beulah (B&W). Beulah Bryant publicity photo. She's holding a tambourine in her right hand and using her left to emphasize her song as she sings into a microphone - courtesy Beulah Bryant for Blues Who's Who    (8x10)

Bryant, Beulah (B&W). Beulah Bryant publicity photo - she's resting her chin on crossed hands and is smiling. Concert posters are superimposed around her. circa 1940's-50's.    (8x10)

Bryant, Beulah (B&W). Beulah Bryant publicity photo - she's resting her chin on crossed hands and is smiling. Concert posters are superimposed around her. circa 1940's-50's.    (8x10)

Bryant, Beulah (B&W). Beulah Bryant wearing a hat, whistle around her neck, and floral dress while belting out a song in an unidentified bookstore to a crowd of onlookers, 1980    (8x10)

Bryant, Beulah (B&W). Beulah Bryant singing to an audience in an undisclosed bookstore in a photo who's light/dark contrast is on the light side, 1980    (8x10)

Bryant, Beulah (B&W). Beulah Bryant looking to her right as a bookstore audience smiles at her. She is wearing a hat and a whistle around her neck, 1980    (8x10)

Bubbles, John W. (B&W). Vee-Jay publicity headshot of John W. Bubbles wearing a light-colored bowler hat with a gleeful look on his face.    (8x10)

Buford, George "Mojo" (B&W). Mojo onstage playing harp into the mic - he's draped in harmonicas. Taken at Montreux Jazz Festival, , Photographer: Norbert Hess June 1972    (4x6)

Buford, George "Mojo" (B&W). Buford playing harp into microphone, wearing dark shirt and harmonica holsters for Blues Who's Who, courtesy  Living Blues . Photographer: Amy O'Neal    (5x8)

Bunn, Alden "Tarheel Slim" (B&W). Head and shoulder profile shot of Tarheel Slim laughing into a microphone for Blues Who's Who, courtesy Pete Lowry. Photographer: Pete Lowry    (8x10)

Bunn, Alden "Tarheel Slim" (B&W). Head shot of Tarheel Slim in front of a microphone, looking down. Photographer: Pete Lowry    (4x5)

Burnett, Chester (Howlin Wolf) (B&W). Howlin' Wolf in white shirt, dark slacks, glasses is leaning on a guitar and smiling    (4x5)

Burnett, Chester (Howlin Wolf) (B&W). An older, gray haired Howlin' Wolf gazing out into space next to a microphone - for Blues Who's Who by Doug Fulton, courtesy  Living Blues. Photographer: Doug Fulton    (8x10)

Burnett, Chester (Howlin Wolf) (B&W). Howlin' Wolf with his cap on backwards, holding a mic and singing intensely into it. Photographer: Doug Fulton    (9x11)

Burns, Eddie "Guitar" (B&W). Upper-body of Eddie Burns playing guitar by Pete Lowry. Photographer: Pete Lowry    (4x5)

Burns, Eddie "Guitar" (B&W). Head and shoulders of Eddie Burns, looking to his right - Taken at American Blues Legens, Hamburg,, Photographer: Norbert Hess June 1975    (4x6)

Burris, J.C. (B&W). Close-up of J.C. Burris laughing hard in front of a wood panelled wall by Jon Sievert, courtesy Living Blues, , Photographer: Jon Sievert 1978    (8x10)

Butler, George "Wild Child" (B&W). George "Wild Child" Butler wearing a dark suit, seated in front of a white wall for Blues Who's Who, courtesy  Living Blues    (5x8)

Butler, Jerry (B&W). Early promo headshot of Abner Recording Artist, Jerry Butler...the Iceman!    (8x10)

Byrd, Ray "Professor Longhair" (B&W). An older Professor Longhair in darkglasses (piano keys reflected in glasses) looking at the camera with a mic next to his face for Blues Who's Who. Taken by Norbert Hess, courtesy  Living Blues. Photographer: Norbert Hess    (5x8)

Photographs. C 

Campbell, Little Milton (B&W). Reprint of Stax Little Milton publicity photo - Milton's holding onto a chain and looking to his right - for Blues Who's Who courtesy  Living Blues    (8x10)

Cannon, Gus (B&W). An elderly Gus Cannon being presented with an award by two white gentlemen in tuxedos for Blues Who's Who, courtesy BMI Archives    (8x10)

Cannon's Jug Stompers (B&W). A group photo of Cannon's Jug Stompers: Gus Cannon (L), Ashley Tompson (Center), Noah Lewis (Right), courtesy Sheldon Harris Collection for Blues Who's Who    (8x10)

Cannon's Jug Stompers (negative). A group photo of Cannon's Jug Stompers: Gus Cannon (L), Ashley Tompson (Center), Noah Lewis (Right), courtesy Sheldon Harris Collection for Blues Who's Who    (4x5)

Carr, Georgia (B&W). Promo photo of Georgia Carr, full body in slacks, hands behind her back, looking sultry...    (8x10)

Carr, Georgia (B&W). Georgia Carr in white fur and dangly ear rings, giving the camera that come hither look...    (8x10)

Carr, Leroy (B&W). Publicity photo of Leroy Carr at the piano for Blues Who's Who, courtesy Frank Driggs    (8x10)

Carroll, Jeanne (Color). Snapshot of Sheldon Harris in between Jeanne Carroll (Left) and Brenda Bell (right), c. 1984    (4.5x3.5)

Carroll, Jeanne (Color). Snapshot of Jeanne Carroll (left) seated next to Brenda Bell (right)    (4.5x3.5)

Carroll, Jeanne (Color). Snapshot of Len Kunstadt in between and arms around Brenda Bell (left) and Jean Carroll (right)    (4.5x3.5)

Carroll, Jeanne (Color). Snapshot of Sheldon Harris in between Jeanne Carroll (right) and Brenda Bell (left), c. 1984    (4.5x3.5)

Carroll, Jeanne (Color). Snapshot of Sheldon Harris with his arm around Jeanne Carroll    (4.5x3.5)

Carroll, Jeanne (Color). Snapshot of Jeanne Carroll in between Len Kunstadt (left) and Sheldon Harris (right)    (4.5x3.5)

Carroll, Jeanne (B&W). Early publicity photo of Jeanne Carroll with her chin resting on her fist for Blues Who's Who, courtesy of  Living Blues    (8x5)

Carter, Joe (B&W). Joe Carter in dark shirt and sport jacket playing guitar in front of a microphone. He looks satisfied. Taken by Jim O'Neal, courtesy of Living Blues for  Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Jim O'Neal    (8x5)

Charity, Pernell (B&W). Pernell Charity playing his guitar with a downward look and a pursed brow, leaning against a Mercury automobile. Taken by Peter Lowry. Photographer: Peter Lowry    (8x10)

Charles, Ray (B&W). Publicity photo of Ray Charles. He's dressed in a white tuxedo and playing the piano. Courtesy of Sheldon Harris for Blues Who's Who    (8x10)

Chapman, Fannie Bell (B&W). Photo of Fannie Bell Chapman dressed in white, looking up, left arm outstretched, in the midst of a family of believers. Reproduced from the film, "Fannie Bell Chapman: Gospel Singer" (1975). Taken in Centreville, Mississippi, , Photographer: Hester Johnson June 1973    (8x10)

Chatmon, Peter (Memphis Slim) (Color). Snapshot of Sheldon Harris with his arm around Memphis Slim at Sweet Basil in NYC, May 1983    (4.5x3.5)

Chatmon, Peter (Memphis Slim) (Color). Snapshot of Memphis Slim seated at Sweet Basil in NYC with unidentified man seated behind him, May 1983    (4.5x3.5)

Chatmon, Peter (Memphis Slim) (color). Snapshot of Memphis Slim seated at Sweet Basil in NYC with unidentified man seated behind him, May 1983    (4.5x3.5)

Chatmon, Peter (Memphis Slim) (color). Snapshot of Memphis Slim seated at Sweet Basil in NYC with unidentified man seated behind him and dark haired white lady barely leaning into the shot, May 1983    (4.5x3.5)

Chatmon, Peter (Memphis Slim) (color). Snapshot of Sheldon Harris with his arm around Memphis Slim at Sweet Basil in NYC, May 1983    (4.5x3.4)

Chatmon, Peter (Memphis Slim) (B&W). Older photo of Mempis Slim in front of a piano, next to a microphone. He's turning towards the camera to his right.    (4x5)

Chatmon, Sam (B&W). An old Sam Chatmon lost in thought. Taken by Jim O'Neal, courtesy Living Blues, used in  Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Jim O'Neal    (5x8)

Chenier, Clifton (B&W). Arhoolie promotional photo of Clifton sing and playing his accordion in the heat of musical passion, taken by Edmund Shea. Photographer: Edmund Shea    (8x10)

Chenier, Clifton (B&W). Arhoolie promotional photo of Clifton Chenier playing accordion and singing in concert somewhere unknown, taken by Hank Lebo. Photographer: Hank Lebo    (8x10)

Chenier, Clifton (B&W). Arhoolie promotional photo of Clifton smiling, wearing his accordion, taken by Howard Brainen. Photographer: Howard Brainen    (8x10)

Chenier, Clifton (B&W). Arhoolie promotional photo of Clifton smiling, wearing his accordion, wearing a headband, taken by Michael P. Smith - used for Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Michael P. Smith    (8x10)

Chenier, Clifton (B&W). Arhoolie promotional photo of Clifton in a plaid suit, legs crossed, left hand in the air with his palm exposed. Clifton Chenier concert posters on on the wall behind him above a couple of tires, taken by Howard Brainen. Photographer: Howard Brainen    (8x10)

Clayton, Peter (B&W). Portrait of Peter Clayton in a black suit, hat with brim upturned, and white rimmed stage glasses. He has his left thumb hooked to his suspenders. For Blues Who's Who, courtesy Frank Driggs Collection    (8x7)

Clearwater, Eddie (B&W). Eddie Clearwater (center) onstage with Jerry Portnoy (left) and Melvin Taylor (right) at the Chicago Blues Festival in Barcelona, , Photographer: Vicente P. Zumel November 1981    (3.5x5)

Clearwater, Eddie (B&W). Older Clear-Tone Records promotional shot of Eddie Clearwater with a guitar behind his head, courtesy of Living Blues Magazine    (5x8)

Collins, Albert (B&W). Albert Collins (from the waist up) playing guitar. For Blues Who's Who, courtesy of and taken by Tom Mazzolini . Photographer: Tom Mazzolini    (8x10)

Collins, Bo (B&W). Mr. Bo Collins (from the waist up) playing guitar. For Blues Who's Who, courtesy of  Living Blues    (5x8)

Cook, Ann (B&W). Photo of Ann Cook, hands by her sides, wearing a floral dress and looking proud. Taken in New Orleans, July 1949, courtesy Institute of Jazz Studies, July 1949    (3.5x5.75)

Cook, Ann (B&W). Close-up & cropped photo of Ann Cook in floral dress, looking proud. New Orleans, July 1949    (5x7)

Cook, Ann (negative). Ann Cook, New Orleans, July 1949    (4x5)

Corley, Dewey (B&W). Dewey Corley onstage amidst microphones, playing the washtub bass, taken by Jim O'Neal. Courtesy of Living Blues for  Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Jim O'Neal    (8x5)

Cotton, James (B&W). Captioned publicity photo of James Cotton kneeling on a brick sidewalk with a brick wall behind...he's holding a hamonica and smiling. Courtesy of Living Blues for  Blues Who's Who.    (8x10)

Cotton, James (B&W). Starloft promotional headshot of a smiling, freckle-faced James Cotton holding a harmonica close to his mouth.    (8x10)

Cotton, James (B&W). Starloft promotional headshot of a smiling, freckle-faced James Cotton holding a harmonica close to his mouth.    (8x10)

Cotton, James (B&W). Starloft promotional photo of James Cotton wearing a white t-shirt and smiling like somebody who just busted a bad joke    (8x10)

Cotton, James (B&W). Starloft promotional photo of James Cotton wearing a white t-shirt and smiling like somebody who just busted a bad joke    (8x10)

Council, Floyd (B&W). Photo of Floyd Council, close-up, wearing a short-brimmed hat, big smile, and a crazy look in his eyes. Taken by Kip Lornell. Courtesy of Living Blues for  Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Kip Lornell    (8x5)

Council, Floyd (B&W). Floyd Council seated, playing guitar, looking down. Photographer: Peter Lowry    (2.25x3.25)

Courtney, Thomas (B&W). Tom Courtney (left) wearing a dark hat, playing guitar, seated next to an unidentified fellow guitarist. Photo taken by Virginia Curtiss. Used courtesy of Living Blues Magazine for  Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Virginia Curtiss    (8x5)

Cox, Ida (B&W). Ida Cox with her back to a brick wall, staring off to the left. Taken at the Oshkosh Theater, circa 1950. Close-up shot showing head and shoulders. Taken by J.W. Miner and was used for Blues Who's Who courtesy of Frank Driggs. Photographer: J.W. Miner    (8x10)

Cray, Robert (B&W). Head and shoulders photo of Robert Cray in a polyester shirt, looking to the left. Taken by Tom Mazzolini. Photographer: Tom Mazzolini    (8x10)

Crayton, Pee Wee (B&W). Pee Wee Crayton (right) with two unidentified people, photo taken by Norbert Hess. Used courtesy of Living Blues for  Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Norbert Hess    (8x5)

Crudup, Arthur (B&W). Photo of an older Arthur Crudup in the studio. He is seated in front of a mic, holding his guitar. Photo taken facing his right side by George Wilkerson. Courtesy of Delmark Records. Photographer: George Wilkerson    (8x10)

Crudup, Arthur (B&W). Photo of a young Arthur Crudup (possibly a publicity shot). He is seated in front of a mic, wearing a dark pin-striped suit, holding his guitar across his lap. An amp sits on the floor to his right.    (3.75x4.75)

Cryor, Jesse (B&W). Promo photo headshot of Jesse Cryor, "comedy, song stylist"    (8x10)

Photographs. D 

Daddy Stovepipe (B&W). Publicity photo of Daddy Stovepipe in a dark suit and top hat, sitting on a stool with his guitar and harmonicirca Taken at Gennett Studios in Richmond, IN in 1924. Courtesy of Kip Lornell.    (8x10)

The Dandridge Sisters (B&W). Duplicate, reprint promo photo of The Dandridge Sisters in NYC 1939. Top: Vivian Dandridge. Left: Etta Jones. Right: Dorothy Dandridge. Courtesy Dr. Albert Vollmer, 1939    (8x10)

Dane, Barbara (B&W). Intimate close-up photo of Barbara Dane's face inches away from Irwin Silber's face. Taken in 1964 by Dave Gahr, , Photographer: Dave Gahr 1964    (8x10)

Dane, Barbara (B&W). Publicity photo of Barbara Dane seated, looking down, holding her guitar across her lap as if ready to play. Taken in the late 1960's by Carl Fisher. Photographer: Carl Fisher    (8x10)

Dane, Barbara (B&W). Barbara Dane dressed in black, singing in front of a microphone. Taken by Carolyn Mugar. Used courtesy of Barbara Dane for Blues Who's Who. Photographer: Carolyn Mugar    (9x5)

Darby, Ike (B&W). Portrait photo of "Big" Ike Darby. He's wearing tinted glasses and lots of polyester. Used in Blues Who's Who courtesy of  Living Blues.    (8x10)

Darby, Theodore (B&W). Teddy Darby stands outside under the awning of a shack of sorts. His right hand rests on the back of a wooden chair. Taken by Diane Allmen and used for