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Hottest Stuff You Never Heard

The Hottest Stuff You Never Heard (1924-1930) CD 9801 [Swing Time CD] Features the music of Reb Spikes, Paul Tremaine, Tal Henry, Phil Baxter, Jesse Stone, Memphis Stompers, Sam Morgan, Slatz Randall and many more. Digitally restored to compact disc by Bill Hebden. Out of Print

1. My Mammy's Blues (Reb Spikes Majors & Minors) [Oct 15, 1927]
2. My Gal Sal (Winegar's Penn Boys) [May 3, 1928]
3. Four Four Rhythm (Paul Tremaine) [Oct 4, 1929]
4. Aristocratic Stomp (Paul Tremaine) [Oct 2, 1929]
5. Found My Gal (Tal Henry) [Dec 5, 1928]
6. My Little Old Home Down In New Orleans (Tal Henry) [Dec 5, 1928]
7. I Ain't Got No Gal Now (Phil Baxter) [Oct 20, 1929]
8. Boot To Boot (Jesse Stone) [Apr 27, 1927]
9. Dixie (Memphis Stompers)
10. That's My Girl (Ray Miller) [Mar 1925]
11. Everybody's Talkin' 'Bout Sammy (Sam Morgan) [Apr 14, 1927]
12. Oh! How I Love My Darling (Ambassadors) [Nov 1924]
13. Happy Pal Stomp (Roy Johnson) [Aug 15, 1929]
14. Shake Your Shimmy (Midnight Rounders) [Oct 9, 1928]
15. Hot And Heavy (Ben Tobin) [Dec 3, 1930]
16. Sweet Someone (Ernest Loomis) [Jun 2, 1927]
17. Postage Stomp (Maynard Baird) [Apr 7, 1930]
18. Let Me Call You Sweetheart (Halfway House Orchestra) [Sep 25, 1925]
19. I'm A Ding Dong Daddy (Slats Randall) [Mar 1930]
20. I Don't Love Nobody But You (Phil Baxter) [Oct 20, 1929]
21. Give Your Baby Lots Of Lovin' (Seven Blue Babies) [Jan 2, 1929]
22. Maybe Sometime (Jackie Souders) [Feb 16, 1927]
23. Skirts (Slats Randall) [Mar 1930]


With Reb Spikes Majors and Minors * Reb Spikes (leader) * George Morgan (trumpet) * William B. Woodman, Sr. (trombone) * _____ Slocum (clarinet, saxophone) * Roland Bruce (violin) * Fritz Weston (piano) * _____ Gordon (piano) * George Craig (drums) * Winegar's Penn Boys * Frank Winegar (banjo, guitar, ukulele, leader) * Norman Moran (trumpet) * Herman Drewes (trumpet) * Bill Drewes (trombone) * Frank Sollecito (clarinet, saxophone) * Jack Linden (clarinet, saxophone) * Larry Hart (clarinet, saxophone, piccolo) * Elliott Russell (violin) * Bill Haid (piano, arranger) * Billy Wolfe (brass bass) * Don Nyer (drums) * Paul Tremaine and His Aristocrats * Paul Tremaine (violin, vocals, leader) * J.D. Wade, Jr. (trumpet) * Arnold Lehner (trumpet) * Archie Newell (trombone) * Links Hussin (saxophone, flute) * Cliff Harkness (clarinet, saxophone) * Andy Fonder (clarinet, saxophone) * John Baldwin (violin) * John Triphagen (violin) * Robert C. Tremaine (violin) * Lester Cruman (harp) * Charles Bagby (piano, arranger) * Eddie Kilanoski (banjo, arranger) * Lem Lesser (brass bass) * Laurie Mitchinton (drums, vibraphone) * Tal Henry and His Orchestra * Tal Henry (violin, leader) * Gordon Martin (cornet) * Doc Dibert (cornet) * Chet Lincoln (trombone) * Walter Fellman (clarinet, saxophone, vocals) * Walter Brown (clarinet, saxophone, vocals) * Francis Ellsworth (clarinet, saxophone) * Paul Kenestrick (piano) * Ivan Morris (banjo, trumpet, vocals) * Chester Shaw (brass bass) * Charlie Hudson (drums) * Phil Baxter and His Orchestra * Phil Baxter (piano, vocals, leader) * Ray Nooner (trumpet) * Al Hann (trumpet) * Al Jennings (trombone) * Ken Naylor (clarinet, saxophone) * Jack Jones (saxophone) * Thurmond Rotroff (saxophone) * Davy Crocker (accordion) * Joe Price (banjo, guitar) * Pop Estep (brass bass) * Marion Flickinger (drums) * Jesse Stone and His Blue Serenaders * Jesse Stone (piano, arranger, leader) * Albert Hinton (trumpet) * Slick Jackson (trumpet) * Druie Bess (trombone) * Jack Washington (saxophone) * Glenn Hughes (saxophone) * Elmer Burch (saxophone) * Silas Cluke (banjo) * Pete Hassel (brass bass) * Max Wilkinson (drums) * Snooks Friedman and His Memphis Stompers * Snooks Friedman (drums, leader) * James Migliore (trumpet) * Estes Monasco (trumpet) * Ken Herlin (trombone) * Walter Ashby (clarinet, saxophone) * Elly Bellare (clarinet, saxophone) * Al Muller (saxophone) * Rupe Biggadike (piano) * Bob Cook (banjo, guitar) * Chuck Jordan (brass bass, string bass) * Oscar Grogan (vocals) * Ray Miller and His Orchestra * Charles Rocco (trumpet) * Roy Johnston (trumpet) * Miff Mole (trombone) * Andy Sindelar (trombone) * Larry Abbott (clarinet, saxophone) * Andy Sannella (clarinet, saxophone) * Frank Trumbauer (saxophone) * Billy Richards (saxophone) * Rube Bloom (piano) * Tom Satterfield (piano) * Frank di Prima (banjo) * Louis Cassagne (brass bass, string bass) * Ward Archer (drums) * Sam Morgan's Jazz Band * Sam Morgan (cornet, vocals, leader) * Ike Morgan (cornet) * Jim Robinson (trombone) * Andrew Morgan (clarinet, saxophone) * Earl Fouche (saxophone) * Tink Baptiste (piano) * Johnny Davis (banjo) * Sidney Brown (string bass) * Nolan Williams (drums) * The Ambassadors * Phil Napoleon (trumpet) * Gus Sharp (clarinet) * Jack Pettis (saxophone) * Frank Signorelli (piano) * John Cali (banjo) * Joe Tarto (brass bass) * Irving Kaufman (vocals) * Roy Johnson's Happy Pals * Roy Johnson (drums, leader) * Percy Trent (trumpet) * Slim Harris (trumpet) * Ed Humes (trumpet) * Tyree Humes (trombone) * Emmett Johnson (clarinet, saxophone) * Silas Johnson (clarinet, saxophone) * Robert Smith (saxophone) * James Fauntleroy (saxophone) * Leroy Wyche (piano) * Edward Trent (banjo) * Louis Carrington (brass bass) * Midnight Rounders * Jimmy Blythe (piano) * Bill Johnson (string bass) * Cliff Jones (drums, vocals) * Ben Tobin and His California Cyclones * Lou Halmy (trumpet) * Al Weinstein (clarinet, saxophone) * Al Goldstein (saxophone) * Perry Silverman (piano) * Lou Tobin (drums) * Ernest Loomis' Orchestra * Earl Donaldson (director) * Maynard Baird and His Orchestra * Sam Goble (trumpet) * Fred Brill (trumpet) * Horace Ogle (trombone) * Harold Taft (saxophone) * George Schuler (saxophone) * Vic Johnson (piano) * Buddy Thayer (banjo) * Ebb Grubb (brass bass) * Joe Fox (drums) * Halfway House Orchestra * Albert Brunies (cornet, leader) * Charlie Cordella (clarinet, saxophone) * Bill Whitmore (piano) * Bill Eastwood (banjo) * Leo Adde (drums) * Slatz Randall and His Orchestra * Slatz Randall (piano, leader) * Joe Roberts (banjo, vocals) * Seven Blue Babies * Ed Kirkeby (director) * Angie Rattiner (trumpet) * Ted Ralph (trombone) * Carl Orech (clarinet, saxophone) * Al Duffy (violin) * Chauncey Gray (piano) * Tommy Felline (guitar) * Stan King (drums) * Ermine Calloway (vocals) * Jackie Souders and His Orchestra * Jackie Souders (trombone, leader) * Sherman Herrick (trumpet) * Blaine Boyden (trumpet) * George Shelton (clarinet, saxophone) * Clarence Cumins (clarinet, saxophone) * Walter Hawkins (clarinet, saxophone) * Billy Barrett (violin) * Irvin Antes (piano) * Forrest Hart (banjo, guitar) * Walt Haines (brass bass, string bass) * Steve Barrett (drums) * Walton McKinney (vocals).

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