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MISSISSIPPI BLUES (Home Town Toddle). Ed Allen-c/Arville e Williams-p/Floyd Casey-wb. New York, February 14, 1929.
Clarence Williams: 1927-1929, 2013. Clarence Williams: 1927-1929, 2013. Clarence Williams and His Orchestra.
James Louis (Jimmy) Blythe". Retrieved September 10, 2015. Jimmy Blythe - Biography". "Jimmy Blythe Discography". From 1924 to 1926 he led his own ensemble; later in 1926 he played with Speed Webb, and in 1927 he spent time with Mutt Carey's Jeffersonians and Paul Howard's Quality Serenaders. Late in 1927 he relocated to Chicago, and held a job as an arranger for the Melrose Music Publishing Company, while simultaneously arranging for the Carroll Dickerson Orchestra. He played with Jimmy Wade in 1928, Jimmie Noone in 1929, and Sammy Stewart in 1930. In 1929, Hill plus the guitar players Dan Roberts and Alex Robinson, recorded for Paramount Records billed as the Hokum Boys.
List of tracks in the album The Clarence Williams Orchestra, Vol. 1 (1927-1929) by Clarence Williams. The Clarence Williams Orchestra, Vol. 1 (1927-1929) discography. Studio album by Clarence Williams.
Clarence Williams' Jazz Kings. Clarence Williams' Jazz Kings. Clarence Williams & His Washboard Band. 4. Whoop It Up (2). 5. A Pane In the Glass. 6. Freeze Out. 7. Nervous Breakdown. Ultimate Jazz Collections, Vol. 27.
Williams's output, although the personnel and the instrumentation were constantly changing, was remarkably consistent. The groups on this album range from solo (Clarence Williams playing piano and singing "Shootin' the Pistol" and the delightful "When I March in April with May") to nine pieces; among the sidemen are cornetists Ed Allen and King Oliver, Albert Socarras on clarinet, alto, and flute, trombonists Charlie Irvis and Ed Cuffee, pianist James P. Johnson, and (taking time off from Fletcher.
Also known as. Duke Owens, George Jefferson. In 1917, he moved to Chicago, Illinois, where he worked in the Mavis Talcum Powder Company and studied the rudiments of piano, playing under the. tutelage of orchestra leader Clarence M. Jones, who found some success as an arranger.
He was the youngest of five children to survive birth, and initially had become interested in the piano after observing local ragtime players. In 1917, Jimmy Blythe moved to Chicago, Illinois where he worked in the Mavis Talcum Powder Company, and studied the rudiments of piano playing under the tutelage of orchestra leader Clarence M. Jones, who found some success as an.
In 1943, he sold his company to Decca and became a shop owner in Harlem. Williams was seriously injured when hit by a taxi in 1956 and passed away in 1965. The 1976 bio-discography Clarence Williams by Tom Lord gives.
|A1||–The Clarence Williams Washboard Band*||Cushion Foot Stomp|
|A2||–The Clarence Williams Washboard Band*||P.D.Q. Blues|
|B1||–Chicago Stompers||Wild Man Stomp|
|B2||–Chicago Stompers||Stomp Your Stuff|