Swing Time

Ray Miller

Ray Miller and His Orchestra "The Roaring 20s" (1924-1929) CD 2008 [Swing Time CD] One of the truly great bands that typified the sound of the 1920s. Features Miff Mole, Frank Trumbauer, Muggsy Spanier and many other great musicians of the decade. Digitally restored to compact disc by Bill Hebden. Order No. 28691

1. Come On, Red (You Red Hot Devil Man) [Mar 28, 1924]
2. Lots O' Mama [Apr 23, 1924]
3. Mama's Gone, Goodbye [Jun 6, 1924]
4. Where Is That Old Girl Of Mine [Jun 6, 1924]
5. Red Hot Mama [Aug 5, 1924]
6. Doodle-Doo-Doo [Sep 27, 1924]
7. Me And The Boy Friend [Oct 13, 1924]
8. Nobody Knows what A Red Head Mama Can Do [Dec 16, 1924]
9. Tessie (Stop Teasin' Me) [Jan 7, 1925]
10. That's My Girl [Feb 5, 1925]
11. We're Back Together Again [Feb 27, 1925]
12. Just A Little Drink [Mar 13, 1925]
13. Red Hot Henry Brown [Mar 16, 1925]
14. Phoebe Snow [Apr 11, 1925]
15. Is She My Girl Friend [Feb 1, 1928]
16. I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate [Feb 1, 1928]
17. My Honey's Lovin' Arms [Feb 1, 1928]
18. Mia Bella Rosa [Oct 19, 1928]
19. Who Wouldn't Be Jealous Of You [Dec 31, 1928]
20. That's A Plenty [Jan 3, 1929]
21. Angry [Jan 3, 1929]
22. Harlem Madness [Dec 21, 1929]
23. Ain't You, Baby [Dec 21, 1929]
24. Tell Me Who [Dec 21, 1929]


With Ray Miller and His Orchestra * Ray Miller and His Hotel Gibson Orchestra * Ray Miller (vocals, director) * Muggsy Spanier (cornet) * Earl Oliver (trumpet) * Charles Rocco (trumpet) * Roy Johnston (trumpet) * Ray Lodwig (trumpet) * Max Connett (trumpet) * Lloyd Wallen (trumpet) * Bob Jones (trumpet) * Doug Wellmon (trumpet) * Miff Mole (trombone) * Andy Sindelar (trombone) * Ted Skiles (trombone) * Jules Fasthoff (trombone) * Frank Trumbauer (saxophone) * Bernard Daly (clarinet, saxophone) * Andy Sannella (clarinet, saxophone) * Larry Abbott (clarinet, saxophone) * Phil Saxe (clarinet, saxophone) * Roland Chastain (clarinet, saxophone) * Jim Cannon (clarinet, saxophone) * Maurice Morse (saxophone) * Lyle Smith (saxophone) * Billy Richards (saxophone) * Frank Wagner (saxophone, violin) * Paul Lyman (violin) * Karl Milles (violin) * Harry Archer (violin) * Don Yates (violin) * Rube Bloom (piano) * Harry Perrella (piano) * Tom Satterfield (piano) * Coonie Conrad (piano) * Andy Mansfield (piano) * Art Gronwall (piano, arranger) * Art Carsella (accordion) * Leon Kaplan (banjo, guitar) * Ralph Golati (banjo) * Frank di Prima (banjo) * Mort Clavner (banjo) * Cookie Trantham (brass bass, string bass) * Jules Cassard (brass bass, string bass) * Louis Cassagne (brass bass, string bass) * Ward Archer (drums) * Bill Paley (drums) * Sam Bird (drums) * Billy Jones (vocals) * Frank Bessinger (vocals) * Frank Wright (vocals) * Bob Nolan (vocals) * Dick Teela (vocals) * Dusty Rhodes (vocals).

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Order No. 28691

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