The Playlist (Streaming MP3) • Some More
January 2023 Additions
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NAP HAYES & MATTHEW PRATER: Nothin’ Doin’ (V+)
Memphis: February 15, 1928
Okeh 45231 (mx. W 400243 – B)
An outstanding example of a recording by Black artists having been issued in Okeh’s White country-music series.
GWEN FOSTER & DAVID FLETCHER (as Carolina Twins): Your Wagon Needs Greasing (EE-)
Atlanta: February 20, 1928
Victor 21363 (mx. BVE 41922 – 2)
Gwen Foster, harmonica, guitar, vocal; David Fletcher, guitar, vocal. Regional release, per Victor files.
UNCLE DAVE MACON & HIS FRUIT-JAR DRINKERS: Rock About My Sara Jane (E- to V++)
New York: May 7, 1927
Vocalion 5152 (mx. E 4925)
Uncle Dave Macon, lead vocal and banjo; Sam McGee, guitar; Kirk McGee, Maize Todd, “fiddle,” per Brunswick-Vocalion files
RICHARD M. JONES’ JAZZ WIZARDS: Boar Hog Blues (E-)
Victor Laboratory, Chicago: November 7, 1927
Victor 21203 (mx. BVE 40822 – 2)
No personnel listed in the Victor files; those in Jazz Records and similar works are from an unknown source. Race release, per Victor files.
GEORGE E. LEE’S ORCHESTRA: Ruff Scufflin’ (E+)
Kansas City: November 1929
Brunswick 4684 (mx. KC 585 – )
No personnel listed in the Brunswick files; those in Jazz Records and similar works are from an unknown source.
EMANUEL FEUERMANN (cello) with Members of the Berlin State Opera Orchestra — Michael Taube, conductor: Concerto in B Minor, Op. 104 (Dvorak) (EE+)
Berlin: May 1928 (movements 1–2), October 1929 (movement 3)
Columbia G-68037-D — G-68041-D (Masterwork Set 172)
(mx. 2-20748, 2-20749, 2-207503, 2-207512, 2-207522, 2-20753, 2-21582, 2-21583, 2-21584)
First U.S. issue, 1930; Original German issue on Parlophone E 10856 – E 10860.