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VINTAGE 78 RPM RECORDS - JAZZ GEMS

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(this list is in alphabetical sequence - by record label)

This list is current as of today: Thursday September 19, 2019 

(*with the exception of VERY recent transactions, which will be reflected in next update).

ARTIST TITLE ONE TITLE TWO LABEL & NUMBER CONDITION PRICE (DOLLARS) IMAGE (IF ANY) NOTES
Erroll GarnerImpressionsReverieAtlantic 665V+ 6Long light arc scratch on side one, not deep, still plays V+.
Wingie Manone And His OrchLimehouse BluesFare Thee, My Baby, Fare - Thee - WellBluebird 10432plays V V+ range4Spelled Wingie on this label. Sometimes he goes by Wingy.
Harlan Leonard and his RocketsMy Gal SalHairy Joe JumpBluebird 10625V / V-3Long scratch on side two.
Gene Gifford and his Orch.New Orleans TwistNothin' But The BluesBluebird 10704V V- 3With Claude Thornhill, Bud Freeman, et al. 1935 recording. Some moderate 'touched up' label scars on each label.
Wingy Manone and his Orch / Charlie BarnetFloatin' Down To Cotton TownDid You Mean It?Bluebird 6605plays near V+5Side two label is way cleaner than the side one image shown here.
Jimmie Noone's Apex Club Orch.Apex BluesSweet LorraineBrunswick 80023 Collectors SeriesV or better player4with Noone, Earl Hines, et al. Reissue of 1928 recordings.
Jimmy Wade and his Dixielanders / Albert Wynn's Gutbucket Five Gates Blues - Punch Miller vocal and trumpet.Parkway Stomp "with Scat Singing" (! 1928)Brunswick 80041 Collectors SeriesV+ note3Both sides feat. Punch Miller. Reissue of Vocalion 1928. Ultra tight hairline crack on side two.
Seger EllisKiss And Make UpBroken HeartedColumbia 1130Dplays V V- range4Old Columbia Viva-Tonal.
Jack Teagarden and his OrchI'll Remember It's A Hundred To OneColumbia 35215V+ 5Side one from the movie "She Married A Cop"
Louis Armstrong and his Savoy Ballroom FiveSave It Pretty MamaNo One Else But YouColumbia 35662V+ 6Don Redman, Earl Hines, et al.
Bud Freeman and his Famous ChicagoansJack Hits The Road - Teagarden vocalThat Da Da StrainColumbia 35854V+ 4
Bud Freeman and his Famous ChicagoansMuskat Ramble (sic)Forty Seventh And StateColumbia 35855shiny V+6
Bud Freeman And His Famous ChicagoansShim - Me - Sha - WabbleAfter AwhileColumbia 35856V+ player5The great Bud Freeman
Santo "Peck" Pecora And His Back Room BoysMagnolia BluesI Never Knew What A Gal Could DoColumbia 36159V+5Recorded 1937 - "Hot Jazz Classic - Previously Unissued" - Santora on trombone as leader.
Teddy WilsonThese Foolish Things - piano soloRosetta - piano solo with rhythmColumbia 36632V or better4Nice two sider of piano stylings.
Count Basie nd his OrchJimmy's Blues (vocal by Jimmy Rushing)Taps MillerColumbia 36831V4Light label edge wear.
Eddie Condon and his Windy City SevenLove Is Just Around The CornerJa DaCommodore 500V V+ range6Jess Stacy, Bud Freeman, Pee Wee Russell, Brunies, Hackett, et al.
Jack Teagarden And His Trombone / Eddie Condon And His Windy City SevenDianeMeet Me Tonight In DreamlandCommodore 505near V+ player5Features Bud Freeman, Pee Wee Russell, Jess Stacy, and more. Thin white label arc on side two label.
Chu Berry and His "Little Jazz" EnsembleForty Six West Fifty TwoSitting InCommodore 516close to V+12Featuring DANNY BARKER, Clyde Hart, Sid Catlett, Roy Eldridge, et al.
Jess Stacy CandlelightsAin't Goin' NowhereCommodore 517V 3Solo piano, both sides
Jess StacyYou're Driving Me Crazy (Piano Solo)She's Funny That Way (Duet with Bud Freeman on tenor sax!)Commodore 529near V+ tested6classic
George Brunis and his Jazz BandTin Roof Blues (New Orleans Rhythm Kings)Royal Garden Blues (Clarence and Spencer Williams)Commodore 556near V+ player4With Pee Wee Russell and others. Nice old Commodore.
Slam Stewart QunitetA Bell For NorvoOn The Upside Looking DownContinental 10002V V+ range12Famous "singing bass" of Slam Stewart, with Red Normo et al.
Eddie Condon and his Orch.The Yellow Dog BluesSweet Cider Time When You Were MineDecca 113V or better 8Rare issue on Japanese Decca! Ralph Sutton on piano. Tear on one label as shown. Label wear at spindle hole and elsewhere on side two label.
Count Basie and his Orch.Don't You Miss Your Baby? - vocal by Jimmy RushingTopsy (Eddie Durham composition)Decca 1770V+ 6
Count Basie and his Orch.Don't You Miss Your Baby? - vocal by Jimmy RushingTopsy (Eddie Durham composition)Decca 1770 gold on blueV 4
Teddy GraceDown Hearted Blues (Lovie Austin-Alberta Hunter composition)Monday MorningDecca 2128V+ 6With Jack Teagarden, Billy Kyle, Dave Barbour, et al.
Paul WhitemanAunt Hagar's BluesI'm Coming' VirginiaDecca 2145V+ play tested5Both Sides feature vocal by Jack Teagarden and the Modernaires.
John Kirby and his Onyx Club BoysFrom A Flat To CUndecidedDecca 2216V+5
Count Basie and his Orch.Blame It On My Last Affair - vocal by Helen HumeThe Blues I Like To Hear - vocal by James (Jimmy) RushingDecca 2284V or better 5Nice two-sider of blues singers. Light marks including shallow scuff on side two.
Benny Carter and his Orch.Serenade To A SarongPom PomDecca 3262V+ 8
Art TatumCocktails For Two EmalineDecca 35202 gold on blackV+ 10Tour de Force - amazing solo piano on both sides.
Coleman Hawkins and his OrhcestraMeditationWhat Harlem Is To MeDecca 742V+6Nice Sunburst Decca
Hot Lips Page and his Orch.Good Old Bosom BreadHe's Pulling His WhiskersDecca 7451near V+ 4
Franz Jackson and his JacksoniansYou're The Maker Of Rain In My HeartElephant SwingDecca 7779V V+ range6Some light marks, not deep.
Jay McShann - At The PianoHootie's Ignorant Oil'Fore Day RiderDecca 8635plays about V 8Walter Brown sings on both sides. Side two plays cleaner than side one somewhat.
Snub Mosely's BandSwamplandSnub's BluesDecca 8636 Sepia SeriesV+ play tested5
Louis Armstrong with Jimmy Dorsey Orch.The Skeleton In The ClosetHurdy GurdyDecca 949V+ 83-D Logo
Bud Freeman and the Summa Cum Laude Orch.Satanic BluesThe Sail FishDecca2781plays about V+4All star Chicagoans including Pee Wee Russell, Max Kaminsky et al.
Jeanne Galye and the Gin Bottle 4AngryDoodle Doo DooGood Time Jazz 35 red labelfine V++5With Burt Bales, George Brunis, Minor Hall, and Joe Darensbourg. Brunis on tuba!
Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtime BandBig Butter and Egg ManDipper Mouth BluesHMV 9033V+ 6Small UK govt stamp on side one label.
Pee Wee Russell's RhythmakersBaby Won't You Please Come Home DinahHRS 1000V+ player6Small X on side two. With James P. Johnson, Freddie Green, et al.
Pee Wee Russell's Rhythm MakersBaby Won't You Please Come HomeDinahHRS 1000 Hot OriginalsV+ 6Great group including Freddie Green, et al.
Jelly Roll MortonWinin Boy Blues (Piano With Vocal)Honky Tonk Music (Piano Solo)Jazz Man 11plays V or better8The great Jelly Roll Morton. Plenty of signal left. Writing on label, side 2
Jelly Roll MortonWinin' Boy BluesHonky Tonk Music Jazz Man 11 red on whiteV or better player8Tiny flaws at label edge on side one (see image). Interesting that the label shows Nesuhi Ertegun as Co-Sponsor of the recording. Moderate label wear areas.
Jelly Roll MortonCreepy Feeling (Piano Solo)Finger Buster (Piano Solo)Jazz Man 12plays V or better8Recorded 1938
Bunk Johnson's Original Superior BandBallin' The JackPallet On The FloorJazz Man 16V or better player8With George Lewis, Jim Robinson, et al. 1942 Recording.
Bunk Johnson's Original Superior Band (George Lewis, Jim Robinson, et al.) / Wally RoseYes, Lord, I'm CripledHot House RagJazz Man 17V or better player81942 Recording. Wally Rose Quartet on side two, with Clancy Hayes.
Buddy Lucas and his Band of TomorrowUndecidedDianneJubilee 5070V V+ range3Label rim scar on side one. Moderate Handwritten X on side two.
Mildred Bailey w Ellis Larkins 'Conducting'Me And The BluesI'll Close My EyesMajestic 1093 gold on red V- V range3
Cootie Williams and his Orch.Cherry Red Blues Things Ain't What They Used To BeMajestic 7084V V-3Fine vocals on both sides by the great Eddie 'Cleanhead' Vinson. Side Two plays V, side One plays V-.
Chick Bullock and his OrchSleepy Time GalTie Me To Your Apron StringsMelotone 35-10-24V+ 5Nice old Melotone label graphics and colors.
Lu Watters and his Yerba Buena Jazz BandWeary Blues (Artie Matthews)Ace In The HoleMercury 11026 silver on blueV V+ range5
Ben Pollack and his Pick - A - Rib BoysAt The Jazz Band BallDixieland One StepModern Hollwood 214V V+ 4Nice early Script and Star logo and issue number.
Harry 'The Hipster' GibsonThe Hipster's BluesHandsome Harry, The hipsterMusicraft 290 gold on maroonplays V V+ range3
Harry 'The Hipster' GibsonGet Your Juices At The DeucesThe Hipster's BluesMusicraft 292 gold on maroonplays V V+ range4With his piano and jivey vocals
Duke Ellington with Johnny HodgesMagenta HazeTulip Or TurnipMusicraft 483V+ nice10Nice shiny sturdy pressing, clean labels.
Sharkey's Kings Of DixielandTailgate RambleMuskrat RambleNew Orleans Bandwagon NOB 1nice V+10
Sharkey's Kings of DixielandHigh SocietyShineNew Orleans Bandwagon NOB 2nice V+ 10
Sharkey's Kings of DixielandFarewell BluesTin Roof BluesNew Orleans Bandwagon NOB 3V+ 10
Kid Ory's Sunshine Orch.Ory's Creole TromboneSociety BluesParadox 3V V+ player6Authentic group, Mutt Carey et al.
Fletcher Henderson and his Orch. / Sharkey Bonano and his Sharks of RhythmWhat-Cha-Call-Em-BluesHigh SocietyParlophone 2825 (UK)nice V+ 10small sticker on each side identifies the sidemen! side 1: Louis Armstrong, C. Hawkins, D. Redman, B. Bailey side 2: Fazola, Pollack, Pecora.
Lynn Hope QuintetTenderlySong Of The WandererPremium 851V 4
Benny Green (trombone with strings)Serenade To LoveThere's A Small HotelPrestige 790V to V+ 4
Louis Armstrong and his Dixieland Seven / Louis Armstrong and his OrchDo You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans?EddieRCA 20-2087nice V+ 10With Kid Ory, Bigard, Callendar, et al.
Louis Armstrong and his Orch.I Wonder, I Wonder, I WonderIt Takes TimeRCA 20-2228Very nice V+6Armstrong vocals on both sides too.
The Hot ShotsHorse's NeckBlue HoursSavoy 1128V- 3
Erroll GarnerAll Of MeI Don't Stand A Ghost Of A ChanceSavoy 724 red labelV V+ range3 Fine piano two-sider
Anita O'DayHi Ho Trailus Boot WhipWhat Is This Thing Called Love?Signature 15162 silver and blueV+ player5Side one is one of her best! With Will Bradley Orch.
Earl Hines Trio - Fats Waller MemorialSqueeze MeI've Got A Feeling I'm FallingSignature S-1-1near V+ player4Great Line-up, with Al Casey on guitar and Oscar Pettiford on bass.
Jack Teagarden and his Dixieland Jazz Orch.Way Down Yonder In New OrleansMuskrat RambleTaagarden Records 11226near V+ tested5Picture Label. Mfg by Richard Bradley and Assoc, Chicago.
Buster Bailey and his Rhythm BustersAfternoon In AfricaDizzy DebutanteVariety 668V+ 4With John Kirby and more.
Mildred Bailey and her Orch.I Can't Face The MusicDon't Be That WayVocalion 4016V 5The Marconi store labels on both sides of this record are actually pretty interesting, don't you think?
Cootie Williams and his Rug CuttersDelta MoodThe Boys From HarlemVocalion 4574V 4Rim chip into lead-in grooves on both sides. Record can be 'started in' with negligible loss of actual intros.
Red Nichols and the Five PenniesIndianaDinahVocalion 4599V to V+ 4
Cab Calloway and his Orch.The Jumpin' Jive (vocal by Calloway)Trylon SwingVocalion 5005V+ 5
Bobby Hackett nd his Orch.Clarinet MarmaladeSingin' The BluesVocalion 5493plays V V+ range5Two sided tribute to Bix Beiderbecke.