Graeme Bell. Historic Barcelona Concerts. Jail of Love. Alain Giroux. Jammin' in the '50s. Peter Bocage. Jazz Singers, Vol. Paul Barbarin. Ken Burns Jazz. Live at the BP Studienhaus. Boba Jazz Band. Louis Armstrong [Delta]. Mad Mama. Mainly Morton. Geoff Cole. New Orleans. Billie Holiday. Odense Concert Official History of New Orleans Jazz. Recorded Live at the Cinegrill: Remembering Clancy.
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By Jingo It's British Rubbish. Classic Tracks. Chris Barber's Jazz Band. Dear Jo. Phil Parnell. Dedicated to You [Camden]. Dixinitaly Jazz Band. Doctor Jazz. Ecstasy, Vol. Essence of Jazz. Chris Blount. In Concert: Ken Colyer. Jelly Roll Stomp. Library of Congress Recordings, March 25, Sam Hinton.
Louis Armstrong [Sound Dimesion]. Bob Helm. Men They Will Become. Eli Newberger. New Orleans Styles. On the Air. Paris Jazz Concert Plays Jelly Roll Morton. Second Bakersfield Concert Something New, Vol. Summertime: That's Jazz, Vol. The Dorsey Brothers [Avid]. The Myth Of New Orleans The V-Disc Recordings. A Kiss to Build a Dream On. Blue Note Jazzmen.
Creole Jazz. Dixieland King. Louisiana Washboard Five. Father of New Orleans Trumpeters Friendly Session, Vol. Gold Collection [Retro].
Great Moments. Great Original Performances Happy Jazz. Red Nichols. Pasadena Roof Orchestra. In Concert. In Denmark. Jazz Holiday, Early Benny Goodman. Jazz Nocturne, Vol. Jelly Roll Morton [Giants of Jazz]. Keep a Song in Your Soul. Alex Hill. Late Date. Rex Stewart.
Listen to That Dixie Band. John Gill. Live at Carson Hot Springs. Live at Club HangoverVol. Monty Sunshine. Make Believe Ballroom: More Greatest Hits. Music Sexy Single - Anastacia - Anastacia Please. New Orleans Blues, Vol. New Orleans Giant: New Orleans My Home Town. Harry Connick. New Orleans: Great Original Performances Newton Boys. Nicholas Hall Concert.
Don Ewell. Oh Play That Thing. Neville Dickie. Piano Man Planet Jazz. Profoundly Blue [Blue Note]. Edmond Hall. Ragtime at the Magic Kingdoms. Chris Calabrese. Roots of Jazz, Vol. Runnin' Wild. Selection of the Original Sounds of Chicago. That's My Stuff, Chicago The Best of Dixieland [Delta Box]. The Jazz Singers The Very Best of Pete Fountain. Trad Party! A Prescription for the Blues. Horace Silver. Basin Street Blues [Ranwood]. Classic Capitol Jazz Sessions. Complete Set. Dixieland: Members Edition.
Great Original Performances: High Society [Tradition]. Introduction to Best Recordings: Hot Lips Page. Kid Weary Blues - Fatty George - Two Sides Of Fatty George: Jazz Old And New Plays the Blues. Chanteurs De Jazz Les. Louis Armstrong, Vol.
Music of Prohibition. Piano Rolls [Elektra]. Blue Rags. Rough Guide to Classic Jazz. Selection of New Orleans. Something Old, Something New. Jerry Jerome. Sunshine Exner Decca Recordings Swingin' at the Hickory House: His 24 Greatest. Wingy Manone. The Commodore Story. The Indispensable Charlie Barnet, Vols.
Wild Man Blues: 24 Clarinet Classics. Bessie Smith. Omer Simeon. All of Me. Monk Hazel. Diz Disley. Best of Dixieland [Intersound]. Brassman's Holiday. Chicago DaysVol. Copley Terrace Max Kaminsky. Down by River. Eye Opener. Georgia Melodians. The Georgia Melodians. Greatest Hits. Coleman Hawkins.
Groove Man. High Society, Vol. His Best Recordings Hot Jazz on Blue Note. Jazz New Orleans Style. Max Morath. Live on Bourbon Street. New Orleans Giants, Vol. New Orleans Parade. Oh Baby. Rick Fay. Ragtime Original Classics. Shades of New Orleans.
Rene Netto. Jack Jenney. Sweet Baby Doll. Jacques Gauthe. Swing Trumpet Kings. The Best of Jelly Roll Morton: The Swedish Jazz Kings. The Town Hall Concerts, Vol. Travelin' Shoes. Two Sides of Fatty George. Fatty George. Weary Blues. With Louis Armstrong The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Bob Crosby's Bobcats. At the Italian Village. Birth of the Hot. Dixieland Parade [Box]. Dixieland Parade: Tiger Rag. Ferd "Jelly Roll" Morton. First European Tour. Kid Sheik. Heckler's Hop. Hello America.
Jazz Variations, Vols. New Orleans Style. The River City Six. Weary Blues - Fatty George - Two Sides Of Fatty George: Jazz Old And New Oliver Live from the Rathskellar, Vol. Live in New York, Expression Of Joy For The Camera - Variex - Lavender Canvas Orleans Jazz Preservation. Harold Dejan.
Real American Folk Songs. Reuben Reeves. Sizzling the Blues. Stomps, Etc. Sweet and Hot. The Best of the Great Girl Singers. The Complete Lionel Hampton, Vol. The Good Time Jazz Story. The Moods of Old New Orleans. Louisiana Repertory Jazz Ensemble.
Through the Years. Watering the Roots. When Hemp Was Hip. At Herbert Otto's Party Best of the Brits, Vol. Brian Carrick. The promotional version of the "whiskers" label far left was yellow with black print. Even though the regular label changed inthis yellow promotional label was used until at least BL in When stereo came in, inBrunswick used a label with a different design for the stereo issues.
This label was used untilapproximately BL The last few stereo issues using this label used a dark red label with silver print, with the same design. At the far left edge it stated that Brunswick was "a subsidiary of Decca Records, Inc. The promotional version of the "arrow" labels was black print on a white label, with "Brunswick" in white script on a black field. In near leftstarting at about BL, the arrow was reduced in size and only ran from the right edge to the center hole, with the label name in horizontal script between the left edge and center hole.
The fine print was moved to the top edge. Tracks are usually listed in the order in which they appear on the album. We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail. Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no association with Brunswick Records. Should you want to contact Brunswick, or should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography which are all out of print except the CDswe suggest you see our Frequently Asked Questions page and follow the instructions found there.
This story and discography are copyright,, by Mike Callahan. BL - Dixieland Jazz, Vol. BL - Jazz Time U. BL - B. Weary Blues - Fatty George - Two Sides Of Fatty George: Jazz Old And New Make You Feel (Marco V & Benjamin 7 Mix) - Nick Skitz - Skitzmix 7 accompanied by an excellent band on a version of Faded LOve and three performances.
Nice performances with The Come On - Janis Ian - Between The Lines sound. The set ends up with a solo home demo of Streets Of Laredo - pleasant but inconsequential. Well, there's the Piltdown Men, but besides them, nobody had such a cool instrumental Somethings Coming - Leonard Bernstein - West Side Story - The Original Sound Track Recording with the drums right up front as the lead instrument; plus, he had many more great tunes than the Piltdown Men ever did.
This extensive collection features a bunch of Nelson's big hits, a bunch of his small hits, plus a whole bunch of other great tracks. Amazingly, this could just be the first installment for old Sandy Nelson; there are a ton of songs, including some hits that didn't make Moonglow - Richard Olsen - From The Heart Of San Francisco on here.
I miss instrumentals! I think the world would be a lot better place if we had a track like Big Weary Blues - Fatty George - Two Sides Of Fatty George: Jazz Old And New From Winnetka in the Top 40 today. Beer Drinkin' Blues indeed as, unfortunately, Noack died of cirrhosis Hung Over And Hung Up On You - Taylor And Stone - A Million Light Beers Away the liver at the age of Although Eddie Noack was a great songwriter, with many well-known songs that were done by George Jones, Lefty Frizzell and others, Psycho, was actually a Leon Payne composition.
Noack's version was the first released and probably the best loved Country version of this great, disturbing song, that would Weary Blues - Fatty George - Two Sides Of Fatty George: Jazz Old And New on to be covered by the likes of Elvis Costello, and The Cramps. Features excellent liner notes and discography by Andrew Brown, and even better artwork by Retrograph; all in all, this is the best Country re-issue collection of the year so far.
Reynolds is a pleasant, if not particularly compelling, singer and performs a selection of Australian "bush ballads," original songs and covers of American country songs. Accompaniment is straight ahead country with steel guitar and fiddle on many tracks and accordion on some. One of Renolds' claims to fame is that he is in the Guiness Book of World Records for yodeling non stop for 7 hours 29 minutes!! Mercifully, on the performances here, he uses the yodel only as needed. The State Street Ramblers, Vol.
Although personnel varied over the years the one constant was the presence of the superb blues and jazz piano player Jimmy Blythe and the imaginative use of percussion with a number of tracks featuring exuberant washoboard work. The first session August features Blythe joined by cornetist Natty Dominque and the great clarinetist Johnny Dodds. For the second session April Dodds is replaced by alto sax player Joe Walker.
The third and fourth sessions July features a front line of Angelo Fernandez on clarinet and "Baldy" McDonald on alto sax. Burton provides occasional kazoo and vocal and three tracks feature the fine blues vocalist Marie Grinter. Weary Blues - Fatty George - Two Sides Of Fatty George: Jazz Old And New final session here from March finds a different line up with Roy Palmer on trombone and Darnell Howard on clarinet and alto sax with the trombone giving the group a very different feel than on the earlier sides but all of the music here is superb, infectious and swinging.
A few tracks are from worn 78s but sound quality is generally excellent and there are informative notes by John Wilby. Most of the tracks have Weary Blues - Fatty George - Two Sides Of Fatty George: Jazz Old And New western or western swing flavor and there are some fine performances here. Dates aren't give but I assume that most of these are from the s.
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