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Rosetta Howard With The Harlem Hamfats And The Harlem Blues Serenaders - 1937 - 1939 Album

Rosetta Howard With The Harlem Hamfats And The Harlem Blues Serenaders - 1937 - 1939 Album

Performer: Rosetta Howard With The Harlem Hamfats And The Harlem Blues Serenaders
Title: 1937 - 1939
Released: 1989
Cat#: BD-620
Country: Austria
Label: Earl Archives, Document Records
Size MP3 version: 2415 mb
Size FLAC version: 2967 mb
Size WMA version: 1208 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 250
Genre: Jazz / Blues

Rosetta Howard With The Harlem Hamfats And The Harlem Blues Serenaders - 1937 - 1939 Album


Tracklist

1Rosetta Howard With The Harlem Blues SerenadersHog-Wild Blues
Bass [String Bass, Probably] – Wellman BraudClarinet [Probably] – Buster BaileyDrums – O'Neil SpencerGuitar [Probably] – Ulysses LivingstonPiano [Probably] – Lil ArmstrongTrumpet [Probably] – Charlie Shavers
2Rosetta Howard With The Harlem Blues SerenadersCome Easy Go Easy
Bass [String Bass, Probably] – Wellman BraudClarinet [Probably] – Buster BaileyDrums – O'Neil SpencerGuitar [Probably] – Ulysses LivingstonPiano [Probably] – Lil ArmstrongTrumpet [Probably] – Charlie Shavers
3Rosetta HowardMen Are Like Street Cars
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Barney BigardDrums [Possibly] – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Unknown ArtistPiano – Unknown ArtistTrumpet [Probably] – Henry "Red" Allen
4Rosetta Howard With The Harlem HamfatsLet Your Linen Hang Low
Bass [String Bass] – John LindsayClarinet – Odell RandDrums – Fred FlynnGuitar – Joe McCoyGuitar [Guitar And/Or Mandolin], Vocals – Hamfoot HamPiano – Horace MalcolmTrumpet – Herb Morand
5Rosetta Howard With The Harlem HamfatsIf You're A Viper
Bass [String Bass] – John LindsayClarinet – Odell RandDrums – Fred FlynnGuitar – Joe McCoyPiano – Horace MalcolmTrumpet – Herb Morand
6Rosetta Howard With The Harlem HamfatsHarlem Jambouree
Bass [String Bass] – John LindsayClarinet – Buster BaileyDrums – Fred FlynnGuitar – Joe McCoyGuitar [Guitar And/Or Mandolin] – Charlie McCoy Piano – Horace MalcolmTrumpet – Herb Morand
7Rosetta Howard With The Harlem HamfatsOh Rider
Bass [String Bass] – John LindsayClarinet – Odell RandDrums – Fred FlynnGuitar – Joe McCoyGuitar [Guitar And/Or Mandolin] – Charlie McCoy Piano – Horace MalcolmTrumpet – Herb Morand
8Rosetta Howard With The Harlem Blues SerenadersMy Downfall
Bass [String Bass, Probably] – Wellman BraudClarinet [Probably] – Buster BaileyDrums – O'Neil SpencerGuitar [Probably] – Ulysses LivingstonPiano [Probably] – Lil ArmstrongTrumpet [Probably] – Charlie Shavers
9Rosetta Howard With The Harlem Blues SerenadersThe Jive Is Here
Bass [String Bass, Probably] – Wellman BraudClarinet [Probably] – Buster BaileyDrums – O'Neil SpencerGuitar [Probably] – Ulysses LivingstonPiano [Probably] – Lil ArmstrongTrumpet [Probably] – Charlie Shavers
10Rosetta Howard With The Harlem HamfatsStay Away From My Door
Bass [String Bass] – John LindsayClarinet – Odell RandDrums – Fred FlynnGuitar – Joe McCoyGuitar [Guitar And/Or Mandolin] – Charlie McCoy Piano – Horace MalcolmTrumpet – Herb Morand
11Rosetta HowardHe's Mine All Mine
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Barney BigardDrums [Possibly] – Sidney CatlettGuitar – Unknown ArtistPiano – Unknown ArtistTrumpet [Probably] – Henry "Red" Allen
12Rosetta Howard With The Harlem HamfatsYou Got To Go When The Wagon Comes
Bass [String Bass] – John LindsayClarinet – Buster BaileyDrums – Fred FlynnGuitar – Joe McCoyGuitar [Guitar And/Or Mandolin] – Charlie McCoy Piano – Horace MalcolmTrumpet – Herb Morand
13Rosetta Howard With The Harlem HamfatsRosetta Blues
Bass [String Bass] – John LindsayClarinet – Odell RandDrums – Fred FlynnGuitar – Joe McCoyPiano – Horace MalcolmTrumpet – Herb Morand
14Rosetta Howard With The Harlem HamfatsWorried Mind Blues
Bass [String Bass] – John LindsayClarinet – Odell RandDrums – Fred FlynnGuitar – Joe McCoyPiano – Horace MalcolmTrumpet – Herb Morand
15Rosetta Howard With The Harlem HamfatsStomp It Out Gate
Bass [String Bass] – John LindsayClarinet – Odell RandDrums – Fred FlynnGuitar – Joe McCoyGuitar [Guitar And/Or Mandolin] – Charlie McCoy Piano – Horace MalcolmTrumpet – Herb Morand
16Rosetta Howard With The Harlem Blues SerenadersMy Blues Is Like Whiskey
Bass [String Bass, Probably] – Wellman BraudClarinet [Probably] – Buster BaileyDrums – O'Neil SpencerGuitar [Probably] – Ulysses LivingstonPiano [Probably] – Lil ArmstrongTrumpet [Probably] – Charlie Shavers

Credits

  • Compiled By, ProducerJohnny Parth
  • VocalsRosetta Howard

Notes

Remastered at Studio Hans Klement, Vienna.

Original recordings from the collections of Werner Benecke, Roger Misiewicz, Johnny Parth, and Tom Tsotsi.

Original Matrix Information:
A1: New York City, October 5, 1937 (62643-A)
A2: New York City, October 5, 1937 (62644-A)
A3: New York City, October 5, 1937 (62645-A)
A4: New York City, October 5, 1937 (62648-A)
A5: New York City, April 21, 1938 (63644-A)
A6: New York City, April 21, 1938 (63646-A)
A7: Chicago, October 21, 1938 (91552-A)
A8: Chicago, October 21, 1938 (91554-A)
B1: Chicago, October 21, 1938 (91555-A)
B2: New York City, June 8, 1939 (65756-A)
B3: New York City, June 8, 1939 (65757-A)
B4: New York City, June 8, 1939 (65758-A)
B5: New York City, June 8, 1939 (65759-A)
B6: New York City, June 8, 1939 (65760-A)
B7: New York City, June 14, 1939 (65812-A)
B8: New York City, June 14, 1939 (65813-A)

Copyright 1989: Document Records, Austria.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Run-Out, Stamped): DLP 620-A 1 HP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Run-Out, Stamped): DLP 620-B 1 HP
  • Rights Society: Austro Mechana

Companies

  • Remastered At – Studio Klement
  • Copyright (c) – Document Records

Album

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