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FOOR-ROBINSON CAROLINA CLUB ORCHESTRA

William Truesdale dir: 2 c / tb / 2 cl, as / cl, ts / p / bj / bb / d / v trio. George Vanderbilt Hotel, Ashville, NC, September 1, 1925.

9328-C Collegiate - v3

OK 40466, Par E-5506, Od 03336

9329-B Rose Of The Nile

OK 40466, Par E-5506

NOTE: Parlophone E-5506 as CAROLINA CLUB ORCHESTRA.

LOUIS FORBSTEIN'S ROYAL SYNCOPATORS

The following personnel is from 1923, but it is not known if any of these members were present on the two recording sessions: Louis Forbstein, cl, as, vn, dir: / Walter Holzhaus, t / Floyd Zook, tb / Don Robison, cl, as / Max Farley, ts, f / Homer Phillips, p / Gilbert Torres, bj, g, v / Corwin Aitkens, bb, bsx / Charles Wagner, d. Rex Newman, v. Kansas City, c. May 15, 1925.

9115-A Deep Elm (You Tell 'Em I'm Blue) - vRN

OK 40379


9116-A Twilight, The Stars And You

OK 40379


9117-B Someday We'll Meet Again - vRN

OK 40392


Kansas City, c. May 16, 1925.

9129-A Down And Out Blues

OK 40417

9130-A That's All There Is, There Ain't No More - vRN

OK 40417

­FORD AND FORD

Male-female vocal duet, acc. by Tommy Ladnier, c / Johnny Dodds, cl / Lovie Austin, p. Chicago, October, 1924.

1899-2 Skeeg-A-Lee Blues

Pm 12244


1914-1 I'm Three Times Seven

Pm 12244


GEORGE FORMBY

The following title is accompanied by a section of Jack Hylton's orchestra playing in a hot style.

Vocal, acc. by own u and Philippe Brun, Jack Raine, t / Paul Fenoulhet, tb / Dave Shand, ­Dick Willows, cl, as / Johnny Raitz, ts / Johnny Rosen, vn / Billy Munn, p / Chappie d'Amato, g / Clem Lawton, sb / Neville Bishop, d. London, July 1, 1932.

GB-4616-1 Do De O Do



Dec DFE-6144 (EP)

GB-4616-2 Do De O Do

Dec F-3079

GENE FOSDICK'S HOOSIERS

Gene Fosdick, cl, ss, dir: Joe Rose, c / tb / as / ts / Dudley Fosdick, mel / Gerald Finney, Will Lanin, p / Ray McDermott, bj / bb / John Sonin, d. New York, November, 1922.

10312 One Night In June

Voc 14473, Aco G-15177, Sc 640

10313 Lost (A Wonderful Girl)

Voc 14473

NOTE: Aco as OHIO DANCE BAND; Scala as BROADWAY BAND.

New York, December, 1922.

10525 You've Got To See Mamma Ev'ry Night

Voc 14496, M-1140, Sc 660

NOTE: Vocalion M-1140 as RIVIERA DANCE ORCHESTRA; Scala as BROADWAY BAND.

Dudley Fosdick, mel, omitted. New York, January, 1923.

10635 Peggy Dear

Voc 14503, Aco G-15221, Bel 242, Gmn 1327

10636 'Way Down Yonder In New Orleans

Voc 14496, Hom H-416

10641 Apple Sauce

Voc 14503, Aco G-15237, Gmn 1306

NOTE: Aco G-15221 and G-15237 as OHIO DANCE BAND; Beltona 242 as AMERICAN DANCE ORCHESTRA; Guardsman 1306 and 1327 as NEW JERSEY DANCE ORCHESTRA; Homochord as HOMOCHORD DANCE ORCHESTRA.

New York, March, 1923.

11025 Farewell Blues

Voc 14535

11026 Farewell Blues

Bel 312, Hom H-455, B-363

11027/8 Railroad Man

Voc 14585, Hom H-455, B-363

11030 Aunt Hagar's Blues

Voc 14535, Bel 312

NOTE: Beltona 312 as AMERICAN DANCE ORCHESTRA; Homochord H-455 and B-363 as HOMOCHORD DANCE ORCHESTRA.

AL FOSTER

This is usually a pseudonym for Sid Garry, on records of no jazz interest. The identity of the vocalist is uncertain on the following side, however, which has a good accompanying group.

Vocal, acc. by unknown t / cl / 2 vn / p / bb / d. New York, c. January, 1929.

108588-1 You're The Cream In My Coffee

PA 32427, Per 12506

DEACON FOSTER AND HIS BOYS

Pseudonym on Champion 15656 for Alphonse Trent and his Orchestra, q.v.



EVELYN FOSTER

Pseudonym on Champion 15569 and 15590 for Clara Herring, q.v.



NANCY FOSTER

Pseudonym on Ariel 4402 for Vaughn de Leath, q.v.



THE FOUR ACES

Pseudonym on Parlophone F-798 for Boyd Senter, q.v.



FOUR ACES AND THE JOKER

See Jabbo Smith.

THE FOUR BALES OF COTTON

Wingy Mannone, t / Eddie Miller, cl / Gil Bowers, p / Nappy Lamare, g. New York, June, 1934

17363-2 Shine

ARC unissued; Merritt 6 (LP)



FOUR INSTRUMENTAL STARS

See Annette Hanshaw.

THE FOUR MUSICAL MINSTRELS

Earl Oliver, t / ? Larry Abbott, cl, as / Bill Wirges, p / Harry Reser, bj / Vernon Dalhart, v. New York, January 22, 1924.

8714-A Say It With A Ukelele - vVD

Gnt 5361, 20043

8715 Before You Go

Gnt 5361


THE FOUR SPADES

Lorenzo Tio or Bob Fuller, cl / Ernest Elliott, as / Clarence Williams, p / Buddy Christian­, bj. New York, June 24, 1924.

81840-3 Squabblin' Blues

Col 14028-D

81841-3 Making Up Blues

Col 14028-D

NOTE: The Columbia files list this as WILLIAMS INSTRUMENTAL FOUR.

LEMUEL FOWLER

Piano solos. New York, July 3, 1923.

81107-1-2-3 Satisfied Blues

Col unissued

81108-1-2 Blues Mixture

Col A-3959

New York, July 19, 1923.

81107-4-5 Satisfied Blues

Col A-3959

81108-5-7 Blues Mixture

Col A-3959

(LEM) FOWLER'S WASHBOARD WONDERS: Percy Glascoe, cl, as / Lemuel Fowler, p / Stanley Harding, wb. New York, July 2, 1925.

140742-3 Chitterlin' Strut

Col 14084-D

140743-2 Washboard Stomp

Col 14084-D

Clarence Wheeler, t, added. New York, August 27, 1925.

140870-3 Dodgin' My Man

Col 14096-D

140871-3 Pig Foot Shuffle

Col 14096-D

New York, September 24, 1925.

141042-2 Steppin' Old Fool

Col 14101-D

141043-2 Express Train Blues

Col 14101-D

Seymour Irick, t / Percy Glascoe, cl, as / Lemuel Fowler, p / Al Brunson, wb. New York, October 28, 1925.

141202-3 The Florida Blues

Col 14111-D

141203-2 Salty Dog

Col 14111-D

Clarence Wheeler, t, replaces Irick. New York, January 20, 1926.

141529-1-2-3 Hoochy Coochy Blues

Col unissued

141530-1-2-3 So They Say

Col unissued

Sidney de Paris, t, replaces Wheeler. New York, February 17, 1926.

141693-1-2-3-4 Jelly Roll Blues

Col unissued

New York, March 1, 1926.

141730-1-2-3 Frisky Feet

Col unissued

Sidney de Paris, t / Percy Glascoe, cl, as / Lemuel Fowler, p / Al Brunson, wb. New York, April 6, 1926.

141693-5 Jelly Roll Blues

Col 14155-D

141780-6 Frisky Feet

Col 14155-D

FOWLER'S FAVORITES: Lemuel Fowler, p, speech; rest unknown. New York, March 8, 1927.

143607-1-2-3 Fowler's Hot Strut

Col unissued

143608-1-2-3 Whip It To A Jelly - spLF

Col unissued

Unknown t / tb / ? Ernest Elliott, cl, ss / ? Charlie Holmes, as / ts / Lemuel Fowler, p, v / bj / bb / d. New York, July 5, 1927.

144627-1 Percolatin' Blues - vLF

Col 14230-D

144628-3 Hot Strut

Col 14230-D

ROY FOX AND HIS BAND

The following records are known to include material likely to interest most jazz enthusiasts.

Roy Fox, c, compere*, dir: Nat Gonella, t, mel, v / Sid Buckman, t / Joe Ferrie, tb / Jim Easton­, Ernest Ritte, cl, as, bar / Harry Berly, ts, vl, oc / Lew Stone, p, a / Al Bowlly, g, v / Don Stuteley, sb / Bill Harty, d. London, August 18, 1931.

GB-3136-3 *Whispering - cRF / melNG / ocHB

Dec F-2469

London, October 7, 1931.

GB-3388-2 Smile, Darn Ya, Smile - vAB

Dec F-2580

London, October 16, 1931.

GB-3456-2 Yes Yes (My Baby Said Yes) - vAB

Dec F-2609

London, December 2, 1931.

GB-3456-4 Yes Yes (My Baby Said Yes.) - vAB

Dec F-2609

GB-3664-1 Nobody's Sweetheart - vAB

Dec F-2716, M-1082

London, January 21, 1932.

GB-3855-1 Jig Time - vAB

Dec F-2793

Tiny Winters, sb, replaces Stuteley. London, February 4, 1932.

GB-3923-3 Georgia On My Mind - vNG

Dec F-2804

GB-3924-2 You Rascal, You - vNG

Dec F-2805, M-1014

London, March 7, 1932.

GB-4071-2 My Sweet Virginia - vAB

Dec F-2866, M-1107

London, May 19, 1932.

GB-4490-3 I Got Rhythm - vAB

Dec F-3014, M-1156

London, September 23, 1932.

GB-4936-1-2 The Old Man Of The Mountain - vAB

Dec F-3181

GB-4937-3 How'm I Doin'? - vNG&ch

Dec F-3198

Roy Fox dir: Sid Buckman, Leslie Lambert, t / Andy Hodgkiss, t, a / George Rowe, Freddy Welsh tb / Art Christmas, Hugh Tripp, Rex Owen, cl, as, a / Harry Gold, ts, a / Jack Nathan, p, a / Ivor Mairants, g / George Gibbs, sb / Maurice Burman, d. London, July 10, 1934.

TB-1363-2 Drowsy Blues

Dec F-5124

TB-1364-1 Jungle Drums

Dec F-5124



WILLIAM FRANCIS AND RICHARD SOWELL

William Francis, g / Richard Sowell, h. New York, February 28, 1927.

E-4603 John Henry Blues

Voc 1090


E-4606 Roubin Blues

Voc 1090


FRANCISCO DANCE ORCHESTRA

2 t / tb / cl / ss / as / p / bj / bb / d. New York, January, 1923.

42322-1 Dreary Weary Blues

Em 10587



ARNOLD FRANK

ARNOLD FRANK AND HIS ROGER'S CAFE ORCHESTRA: Arnold Frank, p, dir: Swanny Swenumsen, c / tb / cl, as / cl, ts / Stan Thompson, bj, v / bb / Russ Reed, d. Radisson Hotel, Minneapolis, September 9, 1927.

81324-B Rain - vST

OK 40896, Par R-3461, A-2519, Od 193102, A-189142

81325-B Black Maria

OK 40896, Par R-3466, Od 193102, A-189142

NOTE: Parlophone R-3461 as TAMPA BLUE FIVE; R-3466 as TED WALLACE AND HIS ORCHESTRA.

ARNOLD FRANK AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Arnold Frank, p, dir: Roy Lundquist, Fritz Weatherley, ­t / Lowell Weiler, tb / Cliff Leegard, cl, as / Lyle Hughes, bj, g / Eddie Boarman, bb, v / Bud Cunningham, d, v. Detroit, July 12,


1928.

401017-C How Could Anything So Good Be So Bad? - vc

OK 41086, Par E-6130, A-2569, Od 165413, 193249, A-189192

401018-A-B-C Tell Me You Love Me - vBC

OK unissued

NOTE: Parlophone E-6130 as WILL PERRY'S ORCHESTRA.

Detroit, July 13, 1928.

401019-C Sweet Ella May - vEB

Par A-2665

401020-A You're A Real Sweetheart - vBC

OK 41086, Par A-2569, Od 165413, 193249, A-189192

FRANKIE

This is not a pseudonym for Alberta Hunter, as was previously thought. Recordings issued as MISS FRANKIE are by Jane Howard (q.v.). Identification of the artist(s) on the following titles is uncertain, however.

FRANKIE AND HER JAZZ DEVILS: Vocal, acc. by t / cl / p. New York, c. May 18, 1926.

106873 You Can't Guess How Good It Is ('Till You Try It For Yourself)

PA 7507, Per 107

106874 Those Creeping Sneaking Blues

PA 7507, Per 107

MISS FRANKIE: Vocal, acc. by p. New York, c. December, 1926.

2456-A I Need A Good Man Bad

GG / Rx 7021

2457-A I Can't Be Worried Long

Rx 7021


2457-B I Can't Be Worried Long

GG / Rx 7021



FRANKIE AND HER HOT BOYS

Pseudonym on Juke Box 505 for Frankie Trumbauer and his Orchestra, q.v.



BUCK FRANKLIN

See the Washboard Rhythm Kings.

TINY FRANKLIN

Vocal, acc. by George W. Thomas, p. Richmond, IN, December 10, 1923.

11696-B Shorty George Blues

Gnt 5345, Sil 4050

11697 I've Found A Sweetheart

Gnt unissued

11698 Up The Country Blues

Gnt 5346, Sil 4049

11699 Sweet Baby Doll

Gnt unissued

11700 Houston Blues

Gnt 5346, Sil 4049

11701 I've Got A Man Of My Own

Gnt 5345, Sil 4050



FRANKIE FRANKO AND HIS LOUISIANIANS

François Moseley, d, dir: Punch Miller, c, v / Ed Burke, tb / Leon Washington, as / Fred Howard­, ts / Zinky Cohn,


p / Charles Du Gaston, bj / Bill Hilliard, bb. Chicago, November 12, 1930.

C-6179- Somebody Stole My Gal - vPM

Mt M-12009, Polk P-9030, Bm 1037, HJCA 603, JC L-101

C-6180- Golden Lily Blues - vPM

Mt M-12009, Polk P-9030, Bm 1037, HJCA 603, JC L-101

NOTE: Biltmore 1037 as PUNCH MILLER WITH FRANKIE FRANKO'S LOUISIANIANS FEATURING OMER SIMEON, although the latter apparently is not present.



SINCLAIR FRANKS

Pseudonym on Australian Bon Marche 216 for Evelyn Preer, q.v.



THE FRASCATIANS

See Allan Selby.

EDDIE FRAZIER AND HIS PLANTATION ORCHESTRA

Unknown c / tb / cl, as / cl, ts / p / bj / bb / d. Hollywood, c. April, 1925.

689; 729 Cheatin' On Me

Sst 1100


690 / 01; 728 Everything Is Hotsy-Totsy Now

Sst 1100


JAKE FRAZIER

Trombone solo, acc. by Louis Hooper, p / Elmer Snowden, bj.

New York, c. February, 1925.

31782 Jake's Weary Blues

Ajax 17117, PA 036366, Per 14547

NOTE: Pathé Actuelle 036366 and Perfect 14547 as KANSAS CITY FIVE.



BUD FREEMAN

BUD FREEMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Johnny Mendel, t / Floyd O'Brien, tb / Bud Jacobson, cl / Bud Freeman, ts / Dave North, p / Norman Foster, bj / John Mueller, sb / Gene Krupa, d / Red McKenzie v. Chicago, December 3, 1928.

402151-C Craze-O-Logy

OK 41168, UHCA 13, Od PO-67, 1165581

402152-B-C Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man - vRM

OK 41168, Par A-2776, UHCA 14, Od 1165581, Kismet K-722

­NOTE: Kismet K-722 as ROLLINI'S DANCE ORCHESTRA; Odeon 165581 as BED FREEMAN ET SON ORCHESTRE.

Chicago, December 12, 1928

402222-A-B I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None O' This Jelly Roll - vRM

OK unissued



WILLIE FREEMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Pseudonym on Plaza P-208, P-209, and P-234 for Oscar Rabin and his Band, q.v.



THE FRENCH HOT BOYS

Andre Ekyan, cl, as / __ Bari or Jean Thiland, p / Didier Mauprey, sb / Charlie Barnes, d. Paris, 1932.

SS-872-B China Boy - pB

Sal 3166


SS-873-B Some Of These Days - pJT

Sal 3166


MAE FRENCH

Pseudonym on Regal for Peggy English, q.v.



FRENCHY'S STRING BAND

Christian "Frenchy" Polite, c / Percy Darensbourg, bj / Sam Harris, g / Jesse Hooker, vc. Dallas, December 5, 1928.

147566-1 Texas And Pacific Blues

Col 14387-D

147567-1 Sunshine Special

Col 14387-D



FRIARS SOCIETY ORCHESTRA

See the New Orleans Rhythm Kings' first recording session.

PAUL FRIED AND HIS RHYTHMICIANS

Paul Freed (correct spelling), p, dir: Fred Rollison, t / Jerry Bump, tb / Harvey Wright, cl / George Harper, as / Min Leibrook, bsx / Lennie Esterdahl, bj / Bub McDowell, d. Richmond, IN, September 4, 1925.

12346,-A Sylvia

Gnt unissued

12347,-A Fallin' Down

Gnt unissued



BEN FRIEDMAN'S PARAMOUNT HOTEL ORCHESTRA

See Snooks and his Memphis Ramblers (Timely Tunes). SNOOKS' real name was Ben Friedman.

JOE FRIEDMAN'S MONTE CARLO ORCHESTRA

Joe Friedman dir: 2 t / tb / cl, as / cl, ss, as / cl, ts / Mike LoScalzo, p / bj / nb / d New York, August 12, 1925.

140845-2 Oh! Boy, What A Girl - vO

Har 19-H, Re G-8492

NOTE: Regal G-8492 as CORONA DANCE ORCHESTRA.

FRISCO JAZZ BAND

Albert "Buster" Johnson, tb / Rudy Wiedoeft, cl, as / vn / Arnold Johnson, p / bj / Lou Chiha, d, x. New York, May 10, 1917.

5552 Canary Cottage

Ed 50440, Amb 3241

5553 Johnson "Jass" Blues

Ed 50470, Amb 3254

New York, May 23, 1917.

61659 / 61660 Two unidentfied titles

Col tests

New York, June 4, 1917.

5601 Pozzo

Ed 50464, Amb 3303

5602 Night-Time In Little Italy

Ed 50515, Amb 3286

New York, July 26, 1917.

5710 Yah-De-Dah

Ed 51081, Amb 3337

New York, August 2, 1917.

5723 Umbrellas To Mend

Ed 50470, Amb 3485

5724 Cute Little Wigglin' Dance

Amb 3364

5725 All I Need Is Just A Girl Like You

Ed 51081, Amb 3390

New York, October 19, 1917.

5852 That's It

Ed 50950, Amb 3418



FRISCO SYNCOPATORS

Pseudonym for the following items listed in this book:­

Aco GA-20006 Wherever You Go, Whatever You Do (Johnny Sylvester and his Playmates)

Broadway 11307 Sweet Henry (Charley Straight and his Orchestra)

GA-20014 Yes She Do - No She Don't (The Vagabonds)

GA-20026 S-L-U-E Foot (The Vagabonds)

Claxtonola 40244 Both sides by Charley Straight and his Orchestra

40276 Both sides by Charley Straight and his Orchestra

Pennington 1411 A Little Bit Of Jazz (The Jazeliers)

Puretone 11303 Both sides by the Original Memphis Five

Puritan 11244 Both sides by Charley Straight and his Orchestra

11271 Both sides by Charley Straight and his Orchestra

11291 Both sides by Charley Straight and his Orchestra

11330 Both sides by the Original Memphis Five

Resona 11359 Sioux City Sue (Original Memphis Five)

Triangle 11292 Both sides by Charley Straight and his Orchestra

Triangle 11330 Both sides by the Original Memphis Five

11384 I Can't Get The One I Want (Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra)

11401 Charleston Cabin (Six Black Diamonds)

11411 A Little Bit Of Jazz (The Jazeliers)



ANNA FRITZ

Vocal, acc. by Eddie Heywood's Pals: Eddie Heywood, p, dir. unknown band. New York, June 23, 1927.

81102-A The Mixed Up Blues

OK unissued

81103-A Fritz Blues

OK unissued



FRIVOLITY CLUB ORCHESTRA

See Tom Timothy.

FROST AND HIS BOSTONIANS

Chester Frost, d, dir: / Felix J. Patino, c / ? Charles Wolke, tb / Frank Titani, Joseph J. Holmes, as, ts / Kenneth Saunders, vn / Arthur Smith, p / Victor Mondello, bj. New York, August 31, 1923.

81181-1-2-3 Hot Roasted Peanuts

Col unissued

81182-1-2-3 Black Sheep Blues

Col unissued



CHARLIE FRY AND HIS MILLION-DOLLAR PIER ORCHESTRA

This Atlantic City-based band made a number of sides in the 1920s for Edison, Pathé, and Victor, of which the following are of some interest as jazz.

Charlie Fry, as, vn, dir: / Julian Kurtzman, Theo Wohleben, t / Ben Morgan, tb / Ray Thwaite, ­Oscar Moldaur, cl, ss, as / John Baviton, cl, ts / Ray Allen, p / Frank Kriell, bj, vc / Herman Schmidt, bb / Fred Niehardt, d. New York,
September 15, 1924.

9709 Copenhagen

Ed 51406

9710 Blue Evening Blues

Ed 51406

New York, October 7, 1924.

9769 Shanghai Shuffle

Ed 51416


New York, July 23, 1925.

10513 I'm Gonna Charleston Back To Charleston

Ed 51574

10514 Deep Elm (You Tell 'Em I'm Blue)

Ed 51574

NOTE: Other titles occasionally feature short hot solos. The name was also as a pseudonym for various bands on Pathé Actuelle and associated labels; Pathé Actuelle 36122 / Perfect 1403 / Harmograph 955 (Fletcher Hender­son and his Orchestra), and those sides by the Six Black Diamonds (both q.v.), are likely to interest the jazz collector.



JULIAN FUHS

This German pianist, arranger, and bandleader, last heard of living in the United States, recorded for various labels in Berlin between the wars, using American and German musicians. The following are of some interest.

JULIAN FUHS FOLLIES BAND: Julian Fuhs, p, a, dir: Wilbur Curtz, t / tb / Charlie Vidal, cl­, as / bsx / Arno Lewitsch, vn / Mike Ortuso, bj / Charlie Hersdorf, d, k. Berlin, January, 1925.

M-17672-1 Somebody's Wrong

Hom B-1772

Mike Polzer, tb, replaces unknown. Berlin, August, 1925.

M-17958 Copenhagen

Hom B-1877

Berlin, September, 1925.

M-17972 Looc Who's Here! [sic]

Hom B-1887

M-17993 San

Hom B-1905

2481-A Look Who's Here!

Vox 08025

JULIAN FUHS UND SEIN ORCHESTER: As above, plus Billy Bartholomew, cl, as / ? Harry Stafford, ts, a / ? Arthur Brosche, bb, sb. Berlin, July 27, 1926.

BW-54-2 I Love My Baby (My Baby Loves Me)

El EG-259

Berlin, November, 1926.

BW-517-1 Ace In The Hole

El EG-386

Berlin, December, 1926.

BWR-540-2 Hobo's Prayer

El EG-331

BWR-541-1 Black Bottom

El EG-332

Berlin, early January, 1927.

BW-607-2 Stockholm Stomp

El EG-373

Berlin, January, February, 1927.

BW-673-1 Wop Stomp

El EG-396

Berlin, c. February 9, 1927.

BW-693-1 Deep Henderson

El EG-424

Berlin, February, March, 1927.

BW-754-1 Black Bottom Stomp

El EG-432

Berlin, March-April, 1927.

BW-805-2 Dinah

El EG-439

CHARLES FULCHER

FULCHER'S NOVELTY ORCHESTRA: Charles Fulcher, cl, vn, v, dir: A. D. Barfield, t / Pop Miller, tb / Otis Haislip, Neely Plumb, as / Frank Crutcher, ts / Bo Norris, p / Gwynn Hester, bj / Chuck Jordan, bb / Sandy Jordan, d. Atlanta, June, 1923.

8380-A The Eskimo Song

OK 4889, Od 03187, LAR A-4158, Par D-1388

8381-A Black Cat Blues

OK 4889, Od 03187, LAR A-4158, Par D-1388

CHARLES FULCHER AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Probably similar. Atlanta, January 28, 1925.

140288-1 The Georgia Stomp

Col 316-D

140289-1 Home Sweet Home Blues

Col 316-D

Atlanta, September 30, 1925.

141013-2 My Pretty Girl

Col 551-D

141014-2 Blue For You

Col 551-D

FULCHER'S DANCE TRIO: Charles Fulcher, tb, cl, vn / p / bj. Atlanta, September 30, 1925.

141015-2 After That

Col 1267-D

141016-2 Daylight's Breaking Blues

Col 1267-D

CHARLES FULCHER AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Charles Fulcher, cl, vn, a, v, dir: Red Honeycutt and another, t /


tb / cl, as, bar / cl, as / cl, ts / p / bj / bb / d; Boots Hatfield and Frank Fowler are believed to have been present, but their instruments are not known. Atlanta, April 17, 1926.

142042-1 Since We Parted - vCF

Col unissued

142043-1 Hey! Hey! - vCF

Col unissued

142044-1-2-3 Whispering Lane

Col unissued

142045-2 Blue Georgia Moon

Col 726-D

Atlanta, April 19, 1926.

142042-2 Since We Parted - vCF

Col 726-D

142043-2 Hey! Hey! - vCF

Col 1706-D

Chicago, December 3, 1928.

C-2622- Love, Oh Love

Br unissued

Charles Fulcher, cl, vn, v, a, dir: 2 t / tb / 2 cl, as / cl, ts (one doubling pic) / p / bj / bb / d. New York, February 11, 1929.

147951-3 I Faw Down An' Go "Boom!" - vCF

Col 1734-D

147952-3 Atlanta Gal - vCF

Col 1734-D



BOB FULLER

Clarinet solos, acc. by Louis Hooper or Arthur Ray, p / Elmer Snowden, bj. New York, c. January, 1925.

31740 Crossword Puzzle Blues (Clarinet Blues*)

Ajax 17088, PA 021141*, Per 11214*

31741-2 Sweet 'N' Pretty Mama Blues (Salt Lake City Blues*}

Ajax 17088, PA 021141*, Per 11214*

NOTE: Matrix 31741-2 appears to mean the take used is 31742, since Ajax used a distinct matrix number for each take. Matrix 31741 is almost certainly an unissued take of the second title. Pathé Actuelle and Perfect as THREE HOT ESKIMOS (CLARINET SOLO, SLIM PERKINS).

New York, c. February, 1925.

31765 Spread Yo' Stuff

Ajax 17091

31767 Funny Feelin' Blues

Ajax 17091

SLIM JACKSON TRIO: As above. New York, February, 1925.

1353-B Freakish Blues

Cam 705, Lin 2331

1354-A-C Louisville Blues

Cam 705, Lin 2331

­NOTE: Lincoln 2331 as THREE BLACK DIAMONDS.

SLIM PERKINS: Bob Fuller, cl, acc. by Louis Hooper, p / Elmer Snowden, bj. New York, February, 1925.

5859-1 Louisville Blues

Ban 1515, Dom 3486, Re 9813

5860-1 Freakish Blues

Ban 1515, Dom 3486, Re 9813

BOB FULLER: Clarinet solos, acc. as above. New York, late February, 1925.

31780 Growin' Old Blues

Ajax 17117, PA 036366, Per 14547

NOTE: Pathé Actuelle 036366 and Perfect 14547 as KANSAS CITY FIVE - CLARINET PASSAGE BOB FULLER.

New York, March 4, 1925.

140411-1 Black Cat Blues

Har 580-H, Diva 2580-G, VT 1580-V

140411-1-2 Black Cat Blues

Col 14068-D

140412-3 Too Bad Jim

Col 14068-D, Diva 2580-G, Har 580-H, VT 1580-V

BOB FULLER: Bob Fuller, cl, acc. by Louis Hooper, p (on 9241) / Elmer Snowden, bj (on 9242). New York, c. March 27, 1925

9421 Freakish Blues (Bucket Stomp)

Gnt 3002

9422 Charleston Clarinet Blues

Gnt 3002

These titles were previously reported incorrectly on Silvertone 3057, which in fact uses Vocalion masters by THREE JOLLY MINERS, q.v.

SLIM PERKINS: Bob Fuller, cl, acc. by Louis Hooper, p / Elmer Snowden, bj. New York, April, 1925.

5908-1-2 Charleston Clarinet Blues

Ban 1533, Dom 3503, Re 9832

5909-1-2 Spread Yo' Stuff

Ban 1533, Dom 3503, Re 9832

BOB FULLER: Clarinet solos, acc. as last. New York, September 1, 1925.

6158- Milenberg Joys

Ban 1612, Dom 3583, Re 9915

6159- Black Cat Blues

Ban 1612, Dom 3583, Re 9915

New York, September 23, 1925.

141037-2 Grand Opera Blues

Col 14120-D

141038-3 Pig Alley Stomp

Col 14120-D

NOTE: Columbia files name the personnel and add subtitles (A HIGH BROW STOMP / RUE PIGALLE, respectively).

New York, c. June 1926.

3904-1 Dancin' The Blues

NML 1156, Sil 2760

3905-1 Desert Blues

NML 1156, Hom 4-2204

Note: National Music Lovers as NATIONAL MUSICLOVERS' DANCE ORCHESTRA; Silvertone as ROSELAND MELODY BOYS; Homokord as PENNSYLVANIA SYNCOPATORS.

THREE HOT ESKIMOS: Bob Fuller, cl / Louis Hooper, p / Elmer Snowden, bj. New York, c. July 1, 1925.

106121 Black Cat Blues

PA 036298, Per 14479

106122 Too Bad, Jim!

PA 036298, Per 14479

THREE MONKEY CHASERS: Bob Fuller, cl / Isadore Meyers, p / Elmer Snowden, bj. New York, August 20, 1925.

140855-2 Corn Bread Wiggle

Har 23-H


140856-2 Cocoanut Strut

Har 23-H, Re G-8539

As for previous date. New York, October 16, 1925.

141142-3 Uncle Remus Stomp

Har 50-H

141143-1 Montmarte Giggles [sic]

Har 50-H

BOB FULLER: Clarinet solo, acc. by Elmer Snowden, b, g* / unknown v. New York, March 21, 1927.

E-22042 *Dallas Blues

Br 7006


E-22043 / 44 I Ain't Got Nobody - v

Br unissued

E-22045 I Ain't Got Nobody

Br 7006


NOTE: Listed in the Brunswick files as LEVEE CAMP MOANERS, with a note, "To be issued as Bob Fuller."

Acc. by Charles Prime, p / Elmer Snowden, bj. New York, May 18, 1928.

7981-1 Fireworks

Dom 0249, Re 8589

7981-2 Fireworks

Or 1274


7982- Pig Alley Stomp

Plaza unissued

7983-1-2 Here 'Tis

Ban 7151, Dom 0249, Je 5329, Re 8589

7984-2 Alligator Crawl

Ban 7151, Je 5329, Or 1274

NOTE: Jewel 5329 and Oriole 1274 as BERT WARREN.

New York, June 19, 1928.

146556-3 Nameless Blues

Har 688-H, VT 1688-V, Diva 2688-G

146557-1 Ridiculous Blues

Har 688-H, VT 1688-V, Diva 2688-G



See also the Charleston Trio, the Rocky Mountain Trio, the Three Blues Chasers, and the Three Jolly Miners.
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