Memphis Stomp, 1927-1930

Memphis Stomp, 1927-1930

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Overview

Memphis Stomp, 1927-1930

This CD has 26 performances recorded by the Victor label during its "field trips" to Memphis, TN between 1927 and 1930. The program can easily be divided into three. Cornetist Charley Williamson and pianist James Alston back singers Sadie McKinney and Arah "Baby" Moore in addition to performing four numbers (plus four alternate takes) with Williamson's Beale Street Frolic Orchestra (a hot sextet). The Memphis Stompers (which a little later would be known as Snooks' Memphis Stompers) plays some fine numbers during 1928-1929. The CD concludes with the first two songs "(In Dat Mornin'" and "Sweet Rhythm") released under Jimmie Lunceford's name; the nucleus of his successful orchestra was almost in place. Overall, these sessions cast some light on regional jazz of the late '20s and should delight '20s collectors.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/06/1999
Label: Frog Uk
UPC: 0641654762427
catalogNumber: 24
Rank: 100003

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Jimmie Lunceford   Leader
Willie Smith   Clarinet,Alto Saxophone
Moses Allen   Tuba
George Clarke   Clarinet,Tenor Saxophone
Jimmy Crawford   Drums,Vocals
Muller   Clarinet,Tenor Saxophone
Booker T. Washington   Drums
Henry Wells   Trombone
Edwin Wilcox   Piano
Jimmy Migliore   Cornet
Charles Williamson   Cornet
Charlie Douglas   Trumpet
Snooks Friedman   Drums
James Alston   Piano
Alex Hunt   Trombone
Albert Mathews   Clarinet,Baritone Saxophone
Williamson's Beale Street Frolic Orchestra   Track Performer
Muller   Clarinet,Tenor Saxophone
Chuck Jordan   Bass
Memphis Stompers   Track Performer
Walter Ashby   Clarinet,Alto Saxophone,Baritone Saxophone
Elly Bellare   Clarinet,Alto Saxophone
Rupe Biggadike   Piano
Bob Cooke   Banjo,Guitar
Ken Herlin   Trombone
Estes Monasco   Cornet
Sadie McKinney   Vocals
Clay Henry   Trumpet

Technical Credits

Jimmie Lunceford   Arranger,Director
Moses Allen   Brass Band
Edwin Wilcox   Arranger
Snooks Friedman   Director
John Capes   Liner Notes
Thornton Allen   Composer
Charles Robbins   Composer
M.W. Sheafe   Composer

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