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Jazz, Ragtime & Blues in the Knight Library

Index for this guide:

Jazz Collections



L'Age d'or de Saint-Germain-des-Pres: chansons, jazz spectacles et souvenirs.
PERFORMERS: Jacques Prevert--Michel de Re, Yves Robert--Boris Vian--Saint-Germain-des-Caves--Leo Ferre--Francis Lemarque.

Alec Wilder.
NOTES: Music of Alec Wilder.
PERFORMERS: Mills Brothers--Mildred Bailey with the Delta Rhythm Boys--Benny Goodman and His Orchestra featuring Liza Morrow--Lena Horne--Sarah Vaughan--Frank Sinatra--Dinah Washington--Jeri Southern--Nat "King" Cole--Peggy Lee--Rosemary Clooney--Jo Stafford--Lisa Kirk--Lee Wiley--Helen Merrill--Mercer--Elaine Delmar--Dick Haymes--Eileen Farrell--Jackie and Roy--Weslia Whitfield--Marlene Ver Planck.

An anthology of big band swing (1930-1955.)
Disc 1:
Duke Ellington--Fletcher Henderson--Luis Russell--Mills Blue Rhythm Band--Don Redman--Dorsey Brothers--Earl Hines-- Fletcher Henderson --Jimmie Lunceford--Claude Hopkins--Tiny Bradshaw-- Noble Sissle--Isham Jones--Glenn Miller--Count Basie--Casa Loma Orchestra-- Bob Crosby--Chick Webb--Andy Kirk--Louis Armstrong.
Disc 2. Count Basie--Spud Murphy--Teddy Powell--Benny Carter-- Jan Savitt --Jimmy Dorsey-- Jay McShann--Lucky Millinder--Jack Teagarden--Muggsy Spanier--Roy Eldridge--Stan Kenton--Woody Herman--Charlie Barnet--Lionel Hampton--Duke Ellington--Erskine Hawkins--Artie Shaw--Tommy Dorsey--Benny Goodman.

The art of the rag.
PERFORMERS: New England Ragtime Ensemble; Gunther Schuller, conductor.
MUSIC WRITTEN BY: Scott Joplin--James Reese Europe--Eubie Blake--Jelly Roll Morton--Zez Confrey--Joseph Lamb.

Arthur Schwartz.
NOTES: Songs composed by Arthur Schwartz; lyrics by Howard Dietz except tracks 7 and 9 by Leo Robin and tracks 11 and 22 by Dorothy Fields.
PERFORMERS: Bing Crosby--the Boswell Sisters--Ethel Waters--Mildred Bailey and her orchestra-Tony Martin--Margaret Whiting--Dinah Shore--Buddy Clark--Pearl Bailey--Johnny Johnston and Company--Mary Martin-- Fred Astaire, Nanette Fabray, and Jack Buchanan--Dick Haymes--Helen Merrill--Polly Bergen--Mel Torme-Judy Holliday--Judy Garland--Barbara Cook-- Weslia Whitfield--KT Sullivan.

At the jazz band ball: Chicago/New York Dixieland.
PERFORMERS: Eddie Condon's Hot Shots--Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtime Band--Bud Freeman and his Summa Cum Laude Orchestra.

Atlantic honkers: a rhythm & blues saxophone anthology.
PERFORMERS: Arnett Cobb, Frank Culley, King Curtis, Johnny Griffin, Willis Jackson, Red Prysock, Hal Singer, Sam "the Man" Taylor, with various ensembles.



The Bass.
PERFORMERS: Jimmy Blanton, Ray Brown, Ron Carter, Paul Chambers, Stanley Clarke, Richard Davis, George Duvivier, Jimmy Garrison, Henry Grimes, Charlie Haden, Milt Hinton, David Izenzon, Scott La Faro, Cecil McBee, Charles Mingus, Oscar Pettiford, Sirone, Reggie Workman.

The beat of a different drummer.
PERFORMERS: Art Blakey--Elvin Jones--Chico Hamilton--Billy Cobham--Jack DeJohnette--Dave Weckl--Dennis Chambers--Jeff Watts--Louis Bellson--Max Roach.

PERFORMERS: Clifford Brown-Max Roach Quintet; Tadd Dameron Septet; Dizzy Gillespie All-Star Quintet; Woody Herman & his Orchestra; Thelonious Monk Quartet;Red Norvo & his Selected Sextet; Charlie Parker All-Stars; Charlie Parker Quintet; Charlie Parker's Reboppers; Bud Powell Trio; Horace Silver Quintet; Sarah Vaughan w/Tadd Dameron's Orchestra.

Bebop spoken here.
PERFORMERS:Coleman Hawkins & his Orchestra--Charlie Barnet & his Orchestra--Tiny Grimes Quintet--Dizzy Gillespie All Stars--Oscar Pettiford & his All Stars--Boyd Raeburn & his Orchestra--Georgie Auld & his Orchestra--Dizzy Gillespie Sextet--Dizzy Gillespie--Billy Eckstine & his Orchestra--Frank Socolow's Duke Quintet--Sarah Vaughan--Red Norvo & his Selected Sextet--Charlie Parker's Reboppers--Dizzy Gillespie Septet--Charlie Parker Septet--Jay Jay Johnson's Beboppers--Sonny Stitt All Stars--The Bebop Boys--Stan Getz Quartet--Dodo Marmarosa--Dodo Marmarosa/Lucky Thompson Quartet--Sonny Berman's Big Eight--Wardell Gray Quartet--Bud Powell Trio--Gene Krupa & his Orchestra--Red Rodney's Be-Boppers--Bab's Three Bips and a Bop--Dexter Gordon--Wardell Gray--Allen Eager--Sir Charles Thompson's All Stars--Miles Davis All Stars--Claude Thornhill & his Orchestra--Tadd Dameron Sextet--Thelonious Monk--Charlie Parker Quintet--Anita O'Day--Ella Fitzgerald--Dexter Gordon & Teddy Edwards--Fats Navarro--Dexter Gordon Quintet--Dexter Gordon & his Boys--Leo Parker's All Stars--Stan Kenton & his Orchestra--Woody Herman & his Orchestra--Art Blakey's Messengers--Charlie Parker All Stars--Howard McGhee Sextet with Milt Jackson--Kenny Clarke and his Fifty Second Street Boys--Benny Goodman Septet--Howard McGhee & Fats Navarro--Brew Moore--James Moody's Modernists--Tony Fruscella Quintet--Gene Ammons--Tom Archia-- Metronome All-Stars--Tadd Dameron and his Orchestra--Babs Gonzales and his Orchestra--Miles Davis and his Orchestra--Benny Goodman and his Orchestra--Benny Goodman Septet--Kai Winding Sextet--Bud Powell--Charlie Ventura--Stan Getz Quartet--Bud Powell's Modernists--Wardell Gray Quartet--Serge Chaloff.

Beethoven wrote it but it swings!
PERFORMERS: Dolly Dawn and her Dawn Patrol; John Kirby and his orchestra; Benny Goodman and his orchestra; Claude Thornhill and his orchestra; Les Brown and his orchestra; Xavier Cugat and his orchestra; Red Nichols and his orchestra; John Kirby and his orchestra; Adrian Rollini Trio; Al Donahue and his orchestra; Glenn Miller and his orchestra; Will Bradley and his orchestra; Arnold Johnson and his orchestra; Jimmie Lunceford and his orchestra; Raymond Scott Quintette; Les Brown and his orchestra; Woody Herman and his orchestra.

The best of Ken Burns' Jazz.
PERFORMERS:Louis Armstrong and his orchestra--Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers--Noble Sissle and his orchestra featuring Sidney Bechet--Frankie Trumbauer and his orchestra featuring Bix Beiderbecke--Duke Ellington and his orchestra--Fletcher Henderson and his orchestra-- Benny Goodman and his orchestra--Artie Shaw and his orchestra--Count Basie and his orchestra--Dizzie Gillespie Sextet featuring Charlie Parker-- Thelonious Monk--Sarah Vaughan and her trio--The Dave Brubeck Quartet--Horace Silver and The Jazz Messengers--John Coltrane Quartet--Miles Davis Sextet-- The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra.
Doug. Circ. COMPACT DISC CX16066

Big band jazz: from the beginnings to the fifties.
PERFORMERS: Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra; Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra; McKinney's Cotton Pickers; Luis Russell and his Orchestra; Jesse Stone & his Blue Serenaders; Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra; Earl Hines and his Orchestra; Chick Webb's Savoy Orchestra; Jimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra; Benny Goodman and his Orchestra; Andy Kirk and his Twelve Clouds of Joy: Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra; Count Basie and his Orchestra; Charlie Barnet and his Orchestra; Artie Shaw and his Orchestra; Glenn Miller and his Orchestra; Harry James and his Orchestra; Benny Carter and his Orchestra; Erskine Hawkins and his Orchestra; Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra; Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra; Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra; Woody Herman and his Orchestra; Billy Eckstine and his Orchestra; Boyd Raeburn and his Orchestra; Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra; Claude Thornhill and his Orchestra; Elliot Lawrence and his Orchestra; Stan Kenton and his Orchestra.

The Birdlanders.
PERFORMERS: Lee Abrams, Denzil Best, Al Cohn, Tal Farlow, Percy Heath, Milt Jackson, J.J.Johnson, Duke Jordan, Oscar Pettiford, Gene Ramey, Henri Renaud, Charlie Smith, Kai Winding.

Black Music of Two Worlds.
PERFORMERS: Vera Hall; Le Jazz Condo; Jimmy Yancey; Fisk Jubilee Singers; Spirit of Memphis; Mississippi John Hurt; Robert Johnson; Coleman Hawkins.

The Blues: a living legend.

The Blues tenor sax.
PERFORMERS: Arnett Cobb-- Eddie"Lockjaw" Davis--Arnett Cobb, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Coleman Hawkins, Buddy Tate--Willis Jackson--Stanley Turrentine--Houston Person.

Boogie woogie hits.
PERFORMERS:Tommy Dorsey--Andrews Sisters--Bob Crosby--Count Basie--Gene Krupa--Earl Hine--Freddie Slack--Si Zentner--Billy Mure--Ray Anthony--Freddy Martin--Jack Fina--Andy Kirk--Louis Jordan--Jerry Murad's Harmonicats--Jo Ann Castle--Frances Craig--Lenny Dee--Benny Goodman--Harry James--Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson--Phil Harris--Franky Carle--Billy Maxted Trio--Will Bradley--Sir Charles Thompson--Glen Gray--Carmen Cavallaro--Stan Kenton--Johnny Mercer--Glenn Miller--Bob Zurke--Clyde McCoy--Meade Lux Lewis.
Doug. Circ. COMPACT DISC CX15894

Boogie woogie revisited.
PERFORMERS: Tommy Dorsey--Jimmy Yancey--Glenn Miller--Big Maceo--Earl Hines--Mary Lou Williams--Meade Lux Lewis--Andy Kirk--Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson--Bob Zurke--Oscar Peterson--Count Basie.



Chairmen of the board.
PERFORMERS: Art Tatum--Teddy Wilson--Fats Waller--Mel Powell--Jess Stacy--Joe Bushkin.

Charters, Samuel.
Jazz/some beginnings.
PERFORMERS: M. Brunies and his Friar's Inn Orchestra;Dabney's Band; J. De Droit and his New Orleans Orchestra; James Reese Europe's Society; Gene Fosdick's Hoofer Hoosiers; the Good Time Band; Eddie Hunter; M. Johnson & the Black and Blue Trio; Sara Martin; C.A. Mason's Creole Serenaders; Vic Meyers and his Orchestra; Alex Rogers; Mamie Smith's Jazz Hounds; Fred Van Eps; Bert Williams.

Charters, Samuel.
New Orleans jazz: the Twenties.
PERFORMERS: Arcadian Serenaders,Johnny Bayersdorffer and his Jazzola Novelty Orchestra, Brownie's Orchestra of New Orleans, Albert Brunies and his Half Way House Orchestra, Celestin's Original Tuxedo Jazz Orchestra,Johnny DeDroit and his New Orleans Orchestra, Louis Dumaine's Jazzola Eight, Monk Hazel and his Bienville Roof Orchestra, John Hyman's Bayou Stompers, Jones And Collins Astoria Hot Eight, Billy Mack, Fate Marable's Society Syncopators, Johnny Miller's New Orleans Frolickers, Punch Miller, Sam Morgan's Jazz Band, Mary Mack, New Orleans Owls, Original New Orleans Rhythm Kings, Original Tuxedo Jazz Orchestra, Anthony Parenti and his Famous Melody Boys, Piron's New Orleans Orchestra.

Christmas on the bandstand.
PERFORMERS:Kay Kyser & his orchestra--Benny Goodman & his orchestra--Eddy Duchin & his orchestra--Les Brown & his orchestra--Sammy Kaye & his orchestra--Woody Herman & his orchestra--Harry James & his orchestra--Duke Ellington & his orchestra.

Classic jazz piano.
PERFORMERS: Jelly Roll Morton--Earl Hines--Jimmy Yancey--Meade Lux Lewis--James P. Johnson--Fats Waller--Willie "The Lion" Smith--Art Tatum--Teddy Wilson--Jess Stacy--Earl Hines--Duke Ellington--Billy Strayhorn--Count Basie--Mary Lou Williams--Erroll Garner--Oscar Peterson--Lennie Tristano--Bud Powell--Bill Evans.

Classic rags and ragtime songs.
NOTES: Original orchestrations of ragtime piano music and songs; various vocalists and instrumentalists; T. J. Anderson or Nathan Carter, conductor
PERFORMERS: Scott Joplin, James Reese Europe, Eubie Blake and others.

Classic tenors, Vol. II.
PERFORMERS: Julian Dash, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Coleman Hawkins, and Lester Young.

Collector's history of classic jazz.
PERFORMERS: Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, Louis Armstrong & his Hot Seven, Charlie Barnet, Count Basie, Sidney Bechet, Big Bill Broonzy, Billy Butterfield, Ray Charles, Charlie Christian, Eddie Condon, Miles Davis, Eric Dolphy, Jimmy Dorsey, Tommy Dorsey, Roy Eldridge, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Pete Fountain, Dizzie Gillespie, Benny Goodman, Bobby Haggart, The Harlem Christian Tabernacle Church Choir, Fletcher Henderson, Woody Herman, Billie Holiday, John Lee Hooker,Lightnin' Hopkins, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Bunk Johnson, James P. Johnson, Jo Jones, Scott Joplin, Max Kaminsky, Lawson-Haggart Sextet, Leadbelly, George Lewis, Meade Lux Lewis, Clyde McCoy, Brownie McGhee, Memphis Slim, Kerry Mills, Charlie Mingus, Jelly Roll Morton, New Orleans Military Band, Jimmie Noone, King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band, Original Dixieland Band, Kid Ory, Charlie Parker, Flip Phillips, Jimmy Reed, Lucky Roberts, Sonny Rollins, Pee Wee Russell, James Scott, Artie Shaw, Bessie Smith, Muggsy Spanier, Jess Stacy, Jack Teagarden & his Orchestra, Sonny Terry, Fred Van Epps, Sarah Vaughan, Fats Waller, George Wettling, Josh White, Big Joe Williams, Teddy Wilson.

The Commodore story.
PERFORMERS: Eddie Condon-Billie Holiday-Waller with Eddie Condon-Don Byas, Slam Stewart-Sidney Bechet-Lester Young-Coleman Hawkins-Lee Wiley- Art Tatum with Coleman Hawkins-Ben Webster with Sid Catlett-Teddy Wilson with Edmond Hall-Roy Eldridge with Chu Berry-Benny Carter with Coleman Hawkins-Benny Goodman with Mel Powell-Jelly Roll Morton-Bunk Johnson-Bob Wilber-Original Dixeland Jazz Band-Wild Bill Davison-Bobby Hackett-Muggsy Spainer-Sidney de Paris-Hot Lips Page-Jack Teagarden-George Brunies-Miff Mole-Pee Wee Russell-Edmond Hall-Bud Freeman-Chu Berry- Art Hodes-Joe Sullivan-Jess Stacy-Eddie Heywood-Albert Ammons-George Zack-Willie "the lion" Smith-Ralph Sutton .

Concord's women in jazz: the new century.
PERFORMERS:Diane Schuur, Nnenna Freelon, Susannah McCorkle, Keely Smith, Karrin Allyson, Niki Harris, Sheila E., (vocals, drums, percussion).

Cy Coleman.
NOTES: Music by Cy Coleman.
PERFORMERS: Cy Coleman--Mabel Mercer--Johnny Mathis--Liza Minnelli--Peggy Lee--Jack Jones--Swen Swenson-- Barbra Streisand--Gwen Verdon--Morgana King--Shirley MacLaine--Rosemary Clooney--Tony Bennett--Sarah Vaughan--Lainie Kazan--Sylvia Syms--Michele Lee--Jackie and Roy--Kay McClelland--Mel Torme.

Cylinder jazz: early jazz & ragtime from phonograph cylinders.
PERFORMERS: New York Military Band -Louisiana Five--Harry Raderman's Jazz Orchestra--Duke Yellman and His Orchestra--The Merry Sparklers--Billy Wynne's Greenwich Village Orchestra--Clyde Doerr & His Orchestra--Earl Oliver's Jazz Babies--Frisco Jass Band--Tennessee Happy Boys --Paul Victorin's Orchestra.



    The Definitive jazz scene.
    PERFORMERS: v.1= Count Basie, Aaron Bell, Kenny Burrell, Don Butterfield, Jaki Byard, Jimmie Cobb, John Coltrane, Richard Davis, Eric Dixon, Eric Dolphy, George Duvivier, Duke Ellington, Booker Ervin, Jimmy Garrison, Terry Gibbs, Freddie Green, Dick Hafer, Coleman Hawkins, Louis Hayes, Albert Heath, Milt Hinton, Osie Johnson, Ed Jones, Elvin Jones, Hank Jones, Sam Jones, Thad Jones, Roger Kellaway, Shelly Manne, Earl May, Charlie Mingus, Ray Nance, Sonny Payne, Walter Perkins, Eddie Preston, Jerome Richardson, Shirley Scott, Clark Terry, McCoy Tyner, Ben Webster, Frank Wess.
    v.2= Manny Albam, Ray Charles, John Coltrane, Tommy Flanagan, Lionel Hampton, J.J. Johnson, Oliver Nelson, Shirley Scott, McCoy Tyner, and various sidemen.
    v.3= John Coltrane Quartet, Chico Hamilton Trio, Elvin Jones Quartet, Oliver Nelson's Septet, Russian Jazz Quartet, Shirley Scott Quartet, Archie Shepp Trio, McCoy Tyner Trio.

    Discovery sampler. Volume 1, Jazz .
    PERFORMERS: Marion Meadows; Roy Ayers; Cleo Laine; Ray Obeido; Joe Taylor.

    Dixieland-New Orleans.
    PERFORMERS: Pee Wee Russell, clarinet; "Wild" Bill Davison, trumpet; George Brunis, trombone and vocals; Eddie Condon, guitar; Jack Teagarden, trombone and vocals; Edmond Hall, clarinet; with various jazz ensembles.

    Dorothy Fields.
    NOTES: Lyrics by Dorothy Fields.
    PERFORMERS: Louis Armstrong and his orchestra--The Mills Brothers--Adelaide Hall--Frances Langford--Fred Astaire--Billie Holiday--Ethel Merman--Bing Crosby--Nat "King" Cole Trio--Pearl Bailey--Shirley Booth--Mae Barnes--Joe Williams--Judy Garland--Margaret Whiting--Tony Bennett--Mabel Mercer--Maureen McGovern--Aretha Franklin--Peggy Lee--Sylvia Syms--Gwen Verdon.

    The Drums.
    PERFORMERS: Rashied Ali, Barry Altschul, Louis Bellson, Art Blakey, Sid Catlett, Joe Chambers, Kenny Clarke, Baby Dodds, Milford Graves, Chico Hamilton, Beaver Harris, Roy Haynes, Elvin Jones, Jo Jones, Philly Joe Jones, Connie Kay, Shelly Manne, Paul Motian, Alphonze Mouzon, Sunny Murray, Bernard "Pretty" Purdie, Buddy Rich, Dannie Richmond, Max Roach, and various sidemen.

    Duke Ellington.
    NOTES: Music of Duke Ellington.
    PERFORMERS: Frank Sinatra--Rosemary Clooney with the Ellington Orchestra--Billie Holiday--Billy Eckstine--Mildred Bailey--Carmen McRae--Tony Bennett--Peggy Lee--Dinah Shore--Jo Stafford--Joe Williams--Nat "King" Cole--Kitty Kallen with Harry James and his orchestra--Lena Horne--Eugenie Baird--Ella Fitzgerald--Mel Torme.





    Feather, Leonard G.
    Encyclopedia of jazz in the '60's. Volume one: The blues.
    PERFORMERS:Jimmy Smith and Wes Montgomery; Johnny Hodges and Earl Hines; The Encyclopedia of Jazz All Stars; Count Basie and his orchestra.

    Feather, Leonard G.
    Encyclopedia of jazz on records.
    PERFORMERS: v.1 Johnny Dodds, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, James P. Johnson, Lang-Venuti All-Stars, Jelly Roll Morton, New Orleans Rhythm Kings, Red Nichols, Jimmy Noone, King Oliver, Elmer Schoebel's Friar Society Orchestra w/ Frank Teschmacher,Pinetop Smith.
    v.2 Count Basie, Sidney Bechet, Bob Crosby, Dorsey Brothers, Ella Fitzgerald, Glen Gray, Fletcher Henderson, John Kirby, Andy Kirk, Jimmie Lunceford, Glenn Miller, Sister Rosetta Tharpe,Chick Webb.
    v.3 King Cole, Eddie Condon, Roy Eldridge, Lionel Hampton, Coleman Hawkins, Woody Herman, Eddie Heywood, Billie Holiday, Stan Kenton, Jay McShann, Artie Shaw, Art Tatum, Joe Turner.
    v.4 Louis Armstrong, Elmer Bernstein, Les Brown, Ralph Burns, Erroll Garner, Terry Gibbs, John Graas, Benny Green, Jimmy McPartland, Red Norvo,Tony Scott, Charlie Ventura.
    v.5 Don Abney, David Amram, Bill Barber,Dave Baker,George Barrow, Aaron Bell, Joe Benjamin, Max Bennett, Dick Berg, Eddie Bert, Harry Betts, Walter Bolden, Bob Brookmeyer, Frank Butler, Jimmy Campbell, Conte Candoli, Pete Candoli, Al Cohn, Donald Corrado, Eddie Costa, Buddy De Franco, Frank De Vito,Jerry Duane, Don Ellis, Gene Estes, Bill Evans, Art Farmer,Maynard Ferguson,Joe Ferrante, Bob Fitzpatrick,Tommy Flanagan, Ernie Furtado,Herb Geller,Tommy Gumina, Al Harewood,Coleman Hawkins, Roy Haynes, Jon Hendricks,Milt Hinton,Bill Holman,Joe Hunt, Chuck Israels,Osie Johnson,Eddie Jones,Hank Jones,Richie Kamuca,Fred Katz,Fred Kelin, Charlie Kennedy,Jimmy Knepper, Teddy Kotick, Dave Lambert,Ellis Larkins,Lou Levy,Mel Lewis, Ray Linn, Mundell Lowe, Carmen McRae, Charlie Mariano,Irving "Marky" Markowitz, Wendell Marshall,Tony Miranda,Paul Motian, Gerry Mulligan,Joe Newman,Steve Perlow, Charlie Persip,Oscar Pettiford, Bernard Pfeiffer, Arthur Phipps,John Pisano,Al Porcino,Gene Ramey, Frank Rehak, Red Rodney, George Roumanis, Ernie Royal, George Russell, Shirley Scott, Tony Scott, Doc Severinsen, Ray Sims,Zoot Sims,Ted Sommer,Nick Stabulas, Ray Starling,Bob Stone,Art Taylor,Toots Thielemans,Nick Travis,Leroy Vinnegar, George Wallington, Doug Watkins, Ben Webster, Stu Williamson, Phil Woods,Marian Workman, Dave Young.

    Feel good with the good music of Doctor Jazz. Vol. 1.
    PERFORMERS:Count Basie--Teresa Brewer--Ray Bryant--Duke Ellington--Benny Goodman--Phil Mattson and the P.M. Singers--Anita O'Day--Lonnie Liston Smith--Bob Thiele and his New Happy Times Orchestra--Toots Thielemans--Lester Young.

    52nd Street.
    PERFORMERS: Billie Holiday; Chu Berry; Mel Powell; Benny Goodman; Sidney Bechet; Eddie Heywood; Coleman Hawkins; Teddy Wilson; Edmond Hall; Ben Webster; Wilbur De Paris; Lee Wiley.

    First ladies of jazz.
    PERFORMERS: Mary Lou Williams, piano; with Earl Thompson,trumpet; Buddy [Earl]Miller, alto sax-clarinet; Dick Wilson, tenor sax;Floyd Smith, guitar; Booker Collins, bass; Ben Thigpen, drums; Jutta Hipp, piano with Hans Koller, tenor sax; Shorty Roeder, bass; Karl Sanner, drums;Beryl Booker Trio:Beryl Booker, piano-vocal; with Don Byas,tenor sax; Bonnie Wetzel, bass; Elaine Leighton, drums

    First sessions, 1949-50.
    PERFORMERS: Eddie Davis, Wardell Gray, Al Haig, J.J.Johnson,Lee Konitz, Don Lamphere, Fats Navarro, Leo Parker, Sonny Stitt, Lennie Tristano, Kai Winding.

    Frank Loesser.
    NOTES: Music by Frank Loesser.
    PERFORMERS: Billie Holiday and her orchestra--Bob Hope and Shirley Ross--Marlene Dietrich--Dick Haymes--Betty Hutton--Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters--Ray Bolger--Margaret Whiting--Esther Williams and Ricardo Montalban--Kay Kyser and his orchestra--Viviane Blaine--Doris Day-- Sarah Vaughan--Doris Day and Donald O'Connor--Dinah Shore--Mabel Mercer--Jo Sullivan--The Four Lads--Peggy Lee--Dinah Washington--Johnny Mathis--Robert Morse and Co.

    From Jumpstreet: A Story of Black Music.
    PERFORMERS: Louis Armstrong; Billie Holiday; Jimmy Rushing; Billy Eckstine; Sarah Vaughn; Betty Carter; Dinah Washington; Carmen McRae; Duke Ellington; King Pleasure; Lambert, Hendricks & Ross; Oscar Brown, Jr.; Al Jarreau; Brothers Johnson; Mighty Clouds of Joy; Willie Dixon & The Chicago Blues All Stars; Muddy Waters; Paul Whiteman; Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee; Charlie Patton; Lightnin' Hopkins; Joe Turner and Count Basie Band; Bobby Bland; James Cotton Band; Junior Wells; Son Seals; Koko Taylor;John Coltrane; Pine Top Slim; James Brown; Terry Collier; Hugh Masekela; James Scott; Eubie Blake; Eureka Brass Band; King Oliver; Crusaders; Earth,Wind & Fire; James Reese Europe; Lord Dabney; Benny Goodman Orchestra; Jimmy Forest and Dinah Washington; Dizzy Gillespie; Ed Cherry; Count Basie; Lester Young; Fletcher Henderson; Jimmy Lunceford; Erskine Hawkins & his Orchestra; Max Roach; Clifford Brown; Miles Davis; Modern Jazz Quartet; Oscar Peterson; Thelonious Monk; Jazz Messengers; Ornette Coleman; Art Ensemble of Chicago; Jackie McLean; Brothers Johnson; Red Onion Jazz Babies; Dick Hyman; Danny Barker; Fats Waller; Pearl Bailey; Lafayette Leake; John Morris; Billie Holiday; Ma Rainey; Mamie Smith; Bessie Smith; Walter Bishop; Ray Charles; Sam Cooke; Aretha Franklin; Gil Scott Heron; Marvin Gaye; The Impressions; Wilson Pickett; Booker T & the MG's; Louis Jourdan; Illinois Jacket; Blind Lemon Jefferson; Muddy Waters; The Hummingbirds; Leadbelly; Bo Diddley; Chuck Berry; Ruth Brown; Earl Klugh; B.B.King; Donald Byrd; Walter Hawkins; McCoy Tyner.

    From spirituals to swing.
    NOTES: From spirituals to swing, by John Hammond, Charles Edward Smith, and Steve Buckingham, and The New Masses presents an evening of American Negro music, From spirituals to swing (dedicated to Bessie Smith) (reproduction of program from the Dec. 23, 1938 concert).
    PERFORMERS: Count Basie & his orchestra; (Oran "Hot Lips" Page, with Count Basie Orchestra; Kansas City Five; Helen Humes; Count Basie, Walter Page, Jo Jones; Meade Lux Lewis, Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson; Joe Turner, Pete Johnson; Albert Ammons; Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Albert Ammons; Mitchell's Christian Singers; New Orleans Feetwarmers; Big Bill Broonzy, Albert Ammons; Sonny Terry;James P. Johnson; Jimmy Rushing, Count Basie & his orchestra; Kansas City Si; Sterling A. Brown; Golden Gate Quartet; Benny Goodman Sextet; Ida Cox; Big Bill Broonzy, Albert Ammons; Sonny Terry, Bull City Red; Kansas City Six.



    The gentlemen sing: with the big bands and beyond.
    PERFORMERS:Frank Sinatra; Johnny Mercer; Bob Eberly; Billy Eckstine; Andy Russell; Skip Nelson; Vaughn Monroe; Frankie Laine; Hoagy Carmichael; Butch Stone; Bing Crosby; Ray Eberle; Dick Haymes; Eddy Howard; Art Lund; Nat 'King' Cole; Perry Como; Tex Beneke; Ronnie Kemper; Ziggy Talent.

    George Gershwin: American Songbook Series.
    NOTES: Music of George Gershwin.
    PERFORMERS: Al Jolson--Paul Whiteman and his orchestra--Gertrude Lawrence, Harold French--Lee Wiley--Nat "King" Cole--Judy Garland-- Mel Torme--Mary Martin--Ella Fitzgerald--Fred Astaire--Chris Connor--Nancy Walker--Kaye Ballard--Sarah Vaughan--Mable Mercer--Cab Calloway--Travis Hudson, Ronny Whyte--Bobby Short--Lena Horne--Michael Feinstein-- Maureen McGovern.

    Giants of the funk tenor sax.
    PERFORMERS: Gene Ammons, Rusty Bryant, Johnny Griffin, Willis Jackson, Houston Person, Sonny Stitt, Stanley Turrentine, with instrumental accompaniment.

    Go with the greats.
    PERFORMERS: Count Basie, Nat King Cole, Perry Como, Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, Benny Goodman, Woody Herman, Peggy Lee, Johnny Mercer, Jo Stafford, Paul Weston, Roger Williams.

    Great ladies of jazz.
    PERFORMERS: Sarah Vaughan--June Christy--Dakota Staton--Billie Holiday --Anita O'Day--Gloria Lynne--Peggy Lee--Nancy Wilson--Dinah Washington--Kitty Lester--Carmen Macrae [i.e. McCrae]).

    The Greatest Jazz Concert in the World.
    PERFORMERS: Oscar Peterson, Coleman Hawkins, T-Bone Walker, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, and Paul Gonsalves.

    The guitarists.
    PERFORMERS: Features jazz guitarists Charlie Christian, Carl Kress, Dick McDonough, Teddy Bunn, Lonnie Johnson, Bernard Addison, Al Casey, Oscar Aleman, Eddie Lang, George Van Eps, Eddie Durham, Carmen Mastren, Django Reinhardt.



      Harold Arlen.
      NOTES: The Music of Harold Arlen.
      PERFORMERS: Judy Garland-Benny Goodman and his orchestra--Ethel Merman--Lena Horne--Nat King Cole--Margaret Whiting--Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters--Frances Wayne--Pearl Bailey--Diahann Carroll--Bobby Short--Joe Williams--Mabel Mercer--Fred Astaire--Ella Fitzgerald--Tony Bennett--Oscar Peterson Trio--Maureen McGovern--Mel Torme.

      Harry Warren.
      NOTES: Music by Harry Warren.
      PERFORMERS: Ginger Rogers--Dick Powell--Wini Shaw--Glenn Miller and his orchestra featuring Helen Forrest--Harry James Orchestra featuring Helen Forrest--Glenn Miller and his orchestra featuring Ray Eberle and the Modernaires--Dick Haymes--Maxine Sullivan--Judy Garland with the Merry Macs--Fred Astaire--King Cole Trio--Jo Stafford--Tony Bennett --Rosemary Clooney--Teddi King--Vic Damone--Jackie and Roy--David Allyn--The Hi -Los--Mel Torme--Maureen McGovern.

      Heliotrope bouquet; piano rags, 1900-1970.
      PERFORMER: William Bolcom, piano.
      MUSIC OF: Tom Turpin, Scott Joplin, Louis Chauvin, Joseph F. (Joseph Francis) Lamb, James Scott, Luckey Roberts, William Albright.

      Highlights of the Montreux Jazz Festival 1975.
      PERFORMERS: Count Basie, Louis Bellson, Keter Betts, Benny Carter, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Bobby Durham, Roy Eldridge, Tommy Flanagan, Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, Johnny Griffin, Milt Jackson, Joe Pass, Niels Pedersen, Oscar Peterson, Mickey Roker, Zoot Sims, Clark Terry, Toots Thielemans.

      Hip holidays.
      PERFORMERS:Louis Armstrong with The Commanders--Peggy Lee--Bing Crosby--Billie Holiday--Benny Goodman & his Orchestra--Lou Rawls--Kay Starr--Deanna Kirk--Billy May & his Orchestra--Eartha Kitt with Henri René & his Orchestra--Count Basie--June Christy.
      Doug. Circ. COMPACT DISC CX15763

      Hoagy Carmichael.
      NOTES: Music by Hoagy Carmichael.
      PERFORMERS: Frank Sinatra--Mildred Bailey--Bing Crosby and Johnny Mercer--Hoagy Carmichael--Ethel Waters--Tommy Dorsey Orchestra featuring Jack Leonard--Mills Brothers--Billy Eckstine--The Glenn Miller Orchestra featuring Ray Eberle--Dick Haymes--Sarah Vaughan--Hoagy Carmichael--Johnny Mercer--Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell--Teddi King--Four Aces with Al Alberts--Barbara Lea--Tony Bennett--Rosemary Clooney.



      I feel a song comin' on: (A tribute to Jimmy McHugh).
      PERFORMERS: Dean Martin, Jackie Gleason, Peggy Lee, Nat King Cole, Nelson Riddle, Frank Sinatra, Keely Smith, Ray Anthony, Ann Richards, Tommy Sands, June Christy, Gordon MacRae, Judy Garland.

      I like jazz!
      PERFORMERS: Duke Ellington & his orchestra--Teddy Wilson with Billie Holiday--Benny Goodman & his orchestra--Pete Rugolo & his orchestra--Turk Murphy and his jazz band--the Dave Brubeck Quartet--Wally Rose--Bessie Smith-Louis Armstrong--Eddie Condon & his orchestra--Bix Beiderbecke with Frankie Trumbauer--Phil Napoleon and his Memphis Five.

      I'll dance till de sun breaks through.
      PERFORMERS: Felix Arndt; Frank E. Banta; Arthur Collins; Conway's Band; Cullen & Collins; Europe's Society Orchestra;Archibald Joyce & his Orchestra; Charles A. Mason's Creole Serenaders; Metropolitan Orchestra;William Mitcham;Olly Oakley; Peerless Orchestra; Landon Ronald; Six Brown Brothers; Van Eps Trio; Victor Orchestra; Victor Military Band; Victor Minstrels.

      In the Christmas mood II.
      NOTES:Christmas carols performed by alumni of the Glenn Miller Orchestra.
      PERFORMERS:Saxes: Ralph Olson, lead clarinet & alto; Lee Lachman, clarinet & alto; Mark Vinci, tenor & clarinet; Frank Perowsky, tenor & clarinet; Richy Barz, baritone, alto & bass clarinet; trumpets: Tom Snelson, Ken Brader, John Hoffman, Dale Thompson; trombones: Larry O'Brien, Bruce Paulson, Eric Culver, Randy Purcell, Dennis Good, bass; rhythm: Tony Monte, piano; Don Edmonds, piano; Lanny Fields, bass; Jay Patten, guitar; Danny D'Imperio, drums; vocals: Moonlight Serenaders, Annette Sanders, Jackie Prestie, Al Dana, Dave Ragaini, Lenny Roberts.
      Doug. Circ. COMPACT DISC CX15759

      Indiana ragtime: [a documentary album].
      PERFORMERS: Jared Carter, John (Knocky) Parker, John Hasse, Jesse Crump, Frank Gillis, Wally Rose and Joe "Fingers" Carr, piano; Lowell Schreyer, banjo; Piano rolls pumped by Hasse on a 1921 Lakeside upright player piano; Indiana University Ragtime Orchestra, Keith Brown, conductor; Arthur Pryor's band; Vic Meyers Orchestra; New Orleans Rhythm Kings; Irving Mills and His Hotsy Totsy Gang; Bunk Johnson's Jazz Band; Max Morath and the Ragtime Quintet; Tony Parenti and his Ragtime Gang; Turk Murphy Jazz Band.

      Instrumental gems of the fifties.
      PERFORMERS: Anton Karas; Joe Fingers Carr; Les Paul; Stan Kenton; Percy Faith; Ralph Marterie; Pee Wee Hunt; Jackie Gleason; Les Baxter; Ray Anthony; Frank Chacksfield; Ralph Marterie; Johnny Maddox; Billy Vaughn; Perez Prado; Nelson Riddle; Roger Williams; Dick Hyman; Morris Stoloff; Hugo Winterhalter; Mitch Miller;Billy Vaughn; Jimmy Dorsey; Moe Koffman; Ernie Freeman; Tommy Dorsey; Franck Pourcel; Martin Denny; Santo & Johnny.

      Irving Berlin--a hundred years.
      PERFORMERS: Ben Selvin & his orchestra featuring the Dorsey Brothers--Jan Garber & his Greater Columbia Recording Orchestra--Connie Boswell--Arthur Schutt--Bing Crosby with Victor Young & the Brunswick Orchestra--Eddie Cantor--Gene Austin--Ethel Waters--Boswell Sisterswith the Dorsey Brothers Orchestra--Fred Astaire--Bunny Berigan & his orchestra--Red Norvo & his orchestra--Teddy Wilson & his orchestra with Billie Holiday--Benny Goodman & his orchestra with Peggy Lee--Dinah Shore--Tony Bennett--Rosemary Clooney & Guy Mitchell--Johnny Mathis--Judy Holliday--Andre Kostelantz & his orchestra.



        James Van Heusen.
        NOTES: Music of Jimmy Van Heusen.
        PERFORMERS: Paul Whiteman Orchestra featuring Joan Edwards--Cab Calloway and his orchestra--Glenn Miller Orchestra featuring Ray Eberle--Tommy Dorsey Orchestra featuring Frank Sinatra--Bing Crosby--Chris Connor--Margaret Whiting--Dick Haymes-Dinah Shore--Les Brown and his orchestra featuring Doris Day--Hi-Los--June Christy--Lena Horne--Tony Bennett--Sarah Vaughan--Jack Jones--Robert Goulet--Joe Williams--Peggy Lee-- Julie Andrews--Mary Cleere Haran.

        Jammin' for the jackpot: big bands and early territory bands of the 1930's.
        PERFORMERS: Orchestras of Cab Calloway, Edgar Hayes, Earl "Fatha" Hines, J. Neal Montgomery, Chick Webb; Boots and his Buddies; Casa Loma Orchestra; Lloyd Hunter's Serenaders; Andy Kirk and his Twelve Clouds of Joy; Mills Blue Rhythm Band; Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra; Grant Moore and his Black Devils; Zach Whyte's Chocolate Beau Brummels.

        v.1 =
        Black & Blue Trio, Scrapper Blackwell, Dallas String Band, Champion Jack Dupree, Pops Foster, Rev. J.M. Gates, Jim Jam Band, James P. Johnson, Margaret Johnson, Leadbelly, Brownie McGhee, Doc Reese, Omer Simeon, Sonny Terry, Bessie Tucker.
        v.2= Louis Armstrong, Vera Hall, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Blind Willie Johnson, Jelly Roll Morton, King Oliver and his Creole Jazz Band, Gertrude Perkins, Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith, Tuxedo Jazz Orchestra, Nolan Welsh, Jimmy Yancey.
        v.3= Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven, Bunk's Brass Band, Dallas Jug Band, Johnny Dodds and his Orchestra, Bunk Johnson's Original Superior Band, Jelly Roll Morton, Jelly Roll Morton's Quartet, The New Orleans Rhythm Kings, The New Orleans Wanderers, King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band, The Red Onion Jazz Babies.
        v.4= Ivy Anderson, Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Una Mae Carlisle, Baby Cox, Bing Crosby, Dallas Jug Band, Champion Jack Dupree, Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, Bertha Chippie Hill, Billie Holiday, Cripple Clarence Lofton, Jelly Roll Morton, Helen O'Connell, Ma Rainey, Jimmy Rushing, Bessie Smith, Sonny Terry, George Thomas, Fats Waller, Leo Watson.
        v.5= May Alix, Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five, Jimmie Blythe and his Ragamuffins,Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom Stompers, Johnny Dodd's Washboard Band, Freddie Keppard's Jazz Cardinals, Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers, Jelly Roll Morton's Stomp Kings, Jimmie Noone's Apex Club Orchestra, King Oliver & his Dixie Syncopators, Ollie Powers Harmony Syncopators; Trixie Smith, Erskine Tate's Vendome Orchestra, Albert Wynn's Creole Jazz Band.
        v.6= Bix Beiderbecke and His Gang, Chicago Rhythm Kings, McKenzie-Condon's Chicagoans, Paul Mares and his Friars' Society Orchestra, New Orleans Rhythm Kings, King Oliver's Jazz Band, Charles Pierce & his Orchestra, The Stomp Six, Frank Teschemacher's Chicagoans, Wolverine Orchestra.
        v.7= Henry Allen and his New Yorkers, The Cotton Pickers, Duke Ellington and His Kentucky Club Orchestra, Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra, James P. Johnson, The Kentucky Grasshoppers, Lang-Venuti All Star Orchestra, The Louisiana Rhythm Kings, Miff Mole and His Little Molers, Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra, Frankie Trumbauer and his Orchestra, Fats Waller and his Buddies, Clarence Williams' Blue Five.
        v.8=Orchestras of:Duke Ellington, Fletcher Henderson, Charlie Johnson, Luis Russell; The Charleston Chasers, the Little Chocolate Dandies, Jimmie Lunceford and his Chicasaw Orchestra, McKinney's Cotton Pickers, Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra, Ben Pollack & his Park Central orchestra.
        v.9= Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five, The Chocolate Dandies, The Dixie Four, Jack Dupree, Earl Hines, James P. Johnson, Meade Lux Lewis, Jelly Roll Morton, Jelly Roll Morton Trio, Jess Stacy, Joe Sullivan, Lennie Tristano Trio, Fats Waller, Mary Lou Williams.
        v.10= Albert Ammons, Count Basie's Kansas City Seven, Blind Blake, Big Bill Broonzy, Georgia Tom, Jim Jackson, Pete Johnson, Jones-Smith, Inc., Andy Kirk and His Twelve Clouds of Joy, Meade Lux Lewis, Cripple Clarence Lofton, Jay McShann and his Orchestra, Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra, Charlie Spand, Speckled Red, Tampa Red, Jimmy Yancey.
        v.11= Bunny Berigan and his Blue Boys, Jimmy Bertrand's Washboard Wizards, The Chocolate Dandies, Eddie Condon and his Orchestra, Dizzy Gillespie and his Sextet, Scott Joplin, Tommy Ladnier and Orchestra, Sam Morgan's Jazz Band, Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers, The New Orleans Feetwarmers, Frankie Newton's Orchestra, Ory's Sunshine Orchestra,Ma Rainey, Fats Waller and his Rhythm.

        Jazz. Vol. 9. Piano.
        PERFORMERS: Jelly Roll Morton, Dixie Four, Jelly Roll Morton Trio, Earl Hines, Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five, Joe Sullivan, Jess Stacy, Fats Waller, Chocolate Dandies, James P. Johnson, Meade Lux Lewis, Jack Dupree, Mary Lou Williams, Lennie Tristano Trio.

        Jazz. (West German)
        PERFORMERS: Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven, Art Ensemble of Chicago, Count Basie, Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, Anthony Braxton, Brotzmann/Van Hove/Bennink, Clifford Brown, Rabbit Brown, Ornette Coleman, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington and the Whoopee Makers, Globe Unity Orchestra, Benny Goodman, Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra, Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra, Woody Herman Second Herd, Keith Jarrett, Bunk Johnson's Brass & Dance Band,Scott Joplin, Stan Kenton, Lee Konitz, McKenzie and Eddie Condon's Chicagoans, Albert Mangelsdorff,Modern Jazz Quartet, Jelly Roll Morton and His Red Hot Peppers, Gerry Mulligan Quartet, New Orleans Rhythm Kings, King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band, The Original Dixieland Jazz Band, Charlie Parker, Percy Randolph, Gunther Schuller, Bessie Smith, Horace Sprott, Cecil Taylor, Weather Report, The Wolverine Orchestra, The Young Tuxedo Brass Band.

        Jazz abstractions.
        PERFORMERS: Alvin Brehm, Ornette Coleman, Eddie Costa, Robert DiDomenica, Eric Dolphy, George Duvivier, Bill Evans, Sticks Evans, & the Contemporary String Quartet, Jim Hall, Scott La Faro.

        Jazz at the Philharmonic in Europe.
        PERFORMERS: Jazz ensembles: Lalo Schifrin, piano; Art Davis, double bass; Chuck Lampkin, drums; Dizzie [sic] Gillespie, Roy Eldridge, trumpets; Cannonball Adderley, Benny Carter, Leo Wright, alto saxophones; J. J. Johnson, trombone; Stan Getz, Coleman Hawkins, Don Byas, tenor saxophones; Jo Jones, drums; Candido, conga drum.

        Jazz for hi fi lovers.
        PERFORMERS:Paul Quinichette--Dick Garcia, Gene Quill--Randy Weston--Mat Mathews--Les Modes--Alex Smith--Zoot Sims--Gene Rowland Octet.

        Jazz for people who hate jazz.
        PERFORMERS: Sauter-Finegan Orchestra--Artie Shaw and his orchestra -- Benny Goodman and his orchestra--Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra --Fats Waller and his rhythm--Count Basie and his orchestra--Duke Ellington and his orchestra--Bunny Berigan and his orchestra--Lionel Hampton and his orchestra--John Kirby and orchestra--Wingy Manone and his orchestra--Charlie Barnet and his orchestra.

        Jazz from Canada.
        PERFORMERS: [disc 1] Dave Robbins Group, Lance Harrison Dixieland Band--[disc 2] Oscar Peterson Trio--[disc 3] Buck Lacombe Septet,Max Chamitov Trio--[disc 4] Ron Collier Quintet, Steve Garrick Group--[disc 5] Phil Nimmons Group--[disc 6-7] Art Morrow Orchestra.
        DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A634 disc 1-7

        Jazz from New York.
        PERFORMERS: Jimmy Dorsey; Tommy Dorsey; Eddie Lang and his Orchestra; Boyd Senter & his Senterpedes.

        Jazz in revolution: big bands in the 1940's.
        PERFORMERS: The orchestras of Harlan Leonard, Gerald Wilson, Elliot Lawrence, Billy Eckstine, Lionel Hampton, Claude Thornhill; Kenny Clarke & his 52nd St.Boys; Dexter Gordon - Wardell Gray Quintet; Dodo Marmarosa Trio; Joe Mooney Quartet; Six Men & a Girl; Ben Webster Quartet.

        Jazz joins the classics; French composer Darius Milhaud discusses his experiments with jazz.

        Jazz of the Forties, v.1.
        PERFORMERS: Vernon Brown, Sidney Bechet, Baby Dodds, Pops Foster, Art Hodes, James P. Johnson, Mezz Mezzrow, Miff Mole, Pee Wee Russell, Muggzy Spanier, George Wettling, Johnny Windhurst.

        Jazz piano: a Smithsonian collection.
        PERFORMERS: Jelly Roll Morton--James P. Johnson--Willie "the Lion" Smith--Fats Waller--Earl Hines--Teddy Wilson--Jimmy Yancey--Meade Lux Lewis -- Pete Johnson --Avery Parrish with Erskine Hawkins--Count Basie--Billy Kyle--Mary Lou Williams--Art Tatum--Duke Ellington--Jess Stacy --King Cole Trio--Erroll Garner--Jimmy Jones--Bud Powell Trio--Lennie Tristano Trio--Dodo Marmarosa Trio--Ellis Larkins--Dave McKenna--Al Haig -- Oscar Peterson Trio--Jimmy Rowles--Thelonious Monk Quintet--Thelonious Monk --Phineas Newborn, Jr.--Horace Silver--Martial Solal Trio--Herbie Nichols Trio--Hank Jones--Tommy Flanagan and Hank Jones--Tommy Flanagan Trio--John Lewis--Randy Weston--Ray Bryant--Bill Evans Trio--Bill Evans--McCoy Tyner--Chick Corea--Keith Jarrett--Herbie Hancock.

        Jazz sampler. Vol. 1.
        PERFORMERS: Louis Armstrong, Dave Brubeck, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Billie Holiday, Benny Goodman.

        Jazz. Vol. 9. Piano.
        PERFORMERS: Jelly Roll Morton, Dixie Four, Earl Hines, Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five, Joe Sullivan, Jess Stacy, Fats Waller, Chocolate Dandies, James P. Johnson, Meade Lux Lewis, Jack Dupree, Mary Lou Williams, Lennie Tristano Trio.

        Jazz styles: jazz classics compact disc.
        NOTES: Accompanies: Mark C. Gridley. Jazz styles : history & analysis, 7th ed.
        PERFORMERS: Original Dixieland Jazz Band-Louis Armstrong & Earl Hines-James P. Johnson-Duke Ellington & Ben Webster- Barney Bigard, Cootie Williams- Lawrence Brown- Johnny Hodges-Count Basie & Lester Young-Dizzie Gillespie & Charlie Parker-Lennie Tristano, Lee Konitz, Stan Getz-Miles Davis, Bill Evans, John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley- Scott LaFaro, Paul Motian-John Coltrane, McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, Elvin Jones-Cecil Taylor- Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, Tony Williams-Chick Corea, Miroslav Vitous, Roy Haynes-Joe Zawinul, Miroslav Vitous.

        Jazz styles, jazz classics compact disc.
        NOTES: Accompanies: Mark C. Gridley. Jazz styles : history & analysis, 6th ed.
        PERFORMERS: Original Dixieland Jazz Band-Louis Armstrong & Earl Hines-James P. Johnson-Duke Ellington & Ben Webster-Barney Bigard, Cootie Williams--Lawrence Brown--Count Basie & Lester Young-Dizzie Gillespie & Charlie Parker -Lennie Tristano, Lee Konitz, Stan Getz-Miles Davis, Bill Evans, John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley-Bill Evans, Scott LaFaro, Paul Motian-John Coltrane, McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, Elvin Jones-Cecil Taylor-Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, Tony Williams-Chick Corea, Miroslav Vitous, Roy Haynes-Joe Zawinul, Miroslav Vitous.

        Jazzwomen: a feminist perspective.
        PERFORMERS: Lil Armstrong & her Swing Band; Lovie Austin & her Serenaders; Joe Brown & his Band- Jewell Paige; Una Mae Carlisle & her Jam Band; Ida Cox; Dardanelle Trio; Dorothy Donnegan; Dizzy Gillespie & his Orchestra- Melba Liston; Fletcher Henderson & his Orchestra- Valaida Snow, Elisha Hanna, Vivian Glasby; Lil Henderson; Woody Herman & his Orchestra- Billie Rogers; Ina Ray Hutton & her Melodears- Kay Walsh, Estella Slavin, Elvira Rohl, Ruth McMurray, Althea Heuman, Ruth Bradley, Betty Sticht, Helen Ruth, Audrey Hall, Jerrine Hyde, Mirriam Greenfield, Helen Baker, Marie Lebz, Lil Singer; International Sweethearts of Rhythm- Anna Mae Winburn, Viola Burnside, Johnny Mae Stansbury, Willie Mae Wong, Jackie King, Pauline Braddy; Andy Kirk & his Twelve Clouds of Joy- Mary Lou Williams; Humphrey Lyttelton & his Band- Kathleen Stobart; Kansas Joe McCoy; Sarah McLawler; Jimmy McPartland Band- Marian McPartland; Joe Marsala & his Orchestra- Adele Girard; Billy Mason & his Orchestra; Memphis Minnie; New Orleans Wanderers-Lil Armstrong; Mary Osborne; Ma Rainey; Six Men & a Girl-Mary Lou Williams; Valaida Snow; Jack Teagarden Band- Norma Teagarden; Mary Lou Williams' Girl Stars; Albert Wynn's Gutbucket Five- Dolly Jones.

        Jerome Kern.
        NOTES: The Music of Jerome Kern.
        PERFORMERS: Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra with Frank Sinatra--Paul Robeson--Helen Morgan--Billie Holiday--Kate Smith--Margaret Whiting--Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes--Judy Garland--Lena Horne--Jack Cassidy and Kaye Ballard--Mabel Mercer--Bobby Short--Teddi King--Sarah Vaughan--Gogi Grant--David Allyn--Gordon MacRae--Ella Fitzgerald--Oscar Peterson Trio--Eileen Farrell--Nat "King" Cole.

        Jive at five. [The style-makers of jazz, 1920's 1940's.]
        PERFORMERS: The orchestras of Louis Armstrong,Count Basie, Benny Carter,Coleman Hawkins,and Johnny Hodges; Sidney Bechet; Jimmy Blanton; The Chicago Loopers; The Chocolate Dandies; Baby Dodds Trio;Johnny Dodd's Black Bottom Stompers; Duke Ellington;Benny Goodman Sextet; Earl "Fatha" Hines; James P.Johnson; Jimmie Noone's Apex Club Orchestra; Red & Miff's Stompers.

        Jule Styne.
        NOTES: Music by Jule Styne, composer.
        PERFORMERS: Helen Forrest--Betty Jane Rhodes--Dinah Shore--Kitty Kallen--Frank Sinatra--Glenn Miller Orchestra featuring Tex Beneke--Jo Stafford--Doris Day--Carol Channing--Dolores Gray--Tony Bennett -- Judy Holliday--Ethel Merman--Johnny Mathis--June Christy--Judy Garland--Lena Horne--Barbra Streisand--Maxine Sullivan.



          Ken Burns jazz: the story of America's music.
          NOTES: Music compiled for the film, Jazz, presented on PBS and directed by Ken Burns.
          PERFORMERS: Disc 1: Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra--Mississippi Fred McDowell--Lieut. Jim Europe's 369th Infantry ("Hell Fighters") Band--The Original Dixieland Jazz Band--James P. Johnson.
          Disc 2. Duke Ellington and his Orchestra--Benny Moten's Kansas City Orchestra--Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra.
          Disc 3. Coleman Hawkins--Ellington and his Orchestra--Shaw and his Orchestra--Glenn Miller and his Orchestra.
          Disc 4. Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers--Clifford Brown and Max Roach--Sammy Rollins--Modern Jazz Quartet--The Dave Brubeck Quartet.
          Disc 5. Louis Armstrong--Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd--John Coltrane and Duke Ellington--Duke Ellington and his Orchestra--The Miles Davis Quintet.

          Kings of New Orleans.
          PERFORMERS: Pete Fountain--Eddie Condon--Jack Teagarden--Pee Wee Hunt--Earl Bostic.
          DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 7449

          Kissing Jessica Stein. (Motion Picture Soundtrack)
          PERFORMERS: Blossom Dearie--Sarah Vaughan--Anita O'Day-- Jill Phillips--Ernestine Anderson--Shirley Horn -- Ella Fitzgerald--Dinah Washington--Matt Rollings with Lyle Lovett--Carmen McRae--Peggy Lee--Diana Krall--Billie Holiday.



          The Ladies.
          PERFORMERS: Ernestine Anderson, with the Gigi Gryce Band: Etta Jones, with the Pete Johnson All-Stars; Mary Ann McCall, with the Phil Moore Orchestra; Annie Ross with Milt Jackson, vibes, Blossom Dearie, piano; Percy Heath, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums.

          The ladies sing: with the big bands and beyond.
          PERFORMERS: Doris Day; Judy Garland; June Christy; Marjorie Hughes; Peggy Lee; Martha Tilton; Helen Ward; Patti Page; Ginny Simms; Harry Babbitt; Billie Holiday; Margaret Whiting; Ivie Anderson; Rose Murphy; Kitty Kallen; Helen Forrest; Patty Andrews; Helen O'Connell; Ella Fitzgerald & The Ink Spots; Fran Warren; Dinah Shore; Anita O'Day; Sy Oliver; Jo Stafford; Lena Horne; Mary Ford; Les Paul; Vera Lynn; Connie Haines; Evelyn Knight; Nellie Lutcher.

          Latin jazz: La combinacion perfecta.
          PERFORMERS: Machito and the Afro-Cubans--Dizzy Gillespie and his orchestra with Chano Pozo--Stan Kenton and his orchestra--Charlie Parker with Machito and his Afro-Cuban orchestra--Machito and his Afro-Cuban orchestra featuring Charlie Parker--Tito Puente--the George Shearing Quintet--Mongo Santamaria--Cal Tjader--Irakere--Justo Almario and Alex Acuna--Jerry Gonzalez--Paquito D'Rivera and Arturo Sandoval--David Sanchez--Chucho Valdes.

          Let's get loose.
          PERFORMERS: Ed Allen, Joseph Bell, Francis "Scrapper" Blackwell, Pillie Bolling, Big Bill Broonzy, Buck Mountain Band, Leroy Carr, Leonard "Baby Doo" Caston, Blind John Davis, Willie Dixon, Earl Edwards, Van Edwards, Alfred Elkins, The Five Breezes, Fred Flynn, Glen Gilmore, Harlem Hamfats, Willie Hawthorne, Nap Hayes, Hattie Hudson, T.C. Johnson, John Lindsay, Tommy McClennan, Wilber "Joe" McCoy, James McCrary, Horace Malcolm, Monarch Jazz Quartet, Herb Morand, George O'Connor, Matthew Prater, Ben Quillian, Rufus Quillian, Yank Rachell, Odell Rand, Walter Roland, Clara Smith, Willie Tyson, Charles Tyus, Effie Tyus, Wade Ward, Washboard Sam, Pearlis Williams, Sonny Boy Williamson.

          Little club jazz;[Small groups in the '30's.]
          PERFORMERS: Barney Bigard & his Jazzopaters; Emilio Caceres Trio; Candy and Coco; the orchestras of Eddie South, Henry Allen & Coleman Hawkins; Putney Dandridge; Gene Gifford; Harlem Footwarmers; Bob Howard; John Kirby; Joe Marsala's Chicagoans; Red Norvo & his Swing Sextet; Louis Prima & his New Orleans Gang; Roly's Tap-Room Gang; Stuff Smith & his Onyx Club Orchestra; Joe Venuti's Blue Four; Cootie Williams; Teddy Wilson.



            Maple Leaf Rag: Ragtime in Rural America.
            PERFORMERS: Dallas String Band-Blind Blake-Sugar Underwood-Blind Boy Fuller-Cow Cow Davenport-Blind Willie McTell-Gary Davis-Jimmie Tarlton-Gid Tanner and his Skillet Lickers-Harvey and Johnson-The Spooney Five-Bill Boyd and his Cowboy Ramblers-China Poplin-Merle Travis-Flatt and Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys.
            DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 993

            Mingus, Mingus, Mingus, Mingus, Mingus.
            PERFORMERS: Eddie Preston, Richard Williams, Rolf Ericson, trumpets; Britt Woodman, Quentin Jackson, trombone; Don Butterfield, tuba; Jerome Richardson, soprano, baritone saxes, flute; Dick Hafer, tenor sax, clarinet, flute; Booker Ervin, tenor sax; Eric Dolphy, alto sax, flute; Jaki Byard, piano; Charlie Mingus, bass, piano; Walter Perkins, Dannie Richmond, drums; Charles Mariano, alto sax; Jay Berliner, guitar.
            DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 2323

            Mirage; avant-garde and thirdstream jazz.
            PERFORMERS: The orchestras of Woody Herman, Duke Ellington, Stan Kenton, John Lewis; Brandeis Jazz Festival Ensemble; Jeanne Lee & Ron Blake; George Russell & his Smalltet; Janet Thurlow with Charles Mingus Octet; Lennie Tristano Quartet.
            DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1743

            The Music of New Orleans.
            v.1: The music of the streets. The music of Mardi Gras: Sister Dora Alexander, Frank Amica, Blind Snooks Eaglin, James Mitchell, Percy Randolph.
            v.2: Music of the Eureka Brass Band.
            v.3: Music of the dance halls: Emile Barnes, Kid Clayton, Charlie Love, Billie Pierce, Dee Dee Pierce, Lawrence Tocca.
            v.4: The birth of jazz: Emile Barnes, Harrison Barnes, E.J. Boiusseau, Albert Glenny, Billy Huntington, Albert Jiles, Louis Keppard, Charlie Love.
            v.5: New Orleans jazz- the flowering: Emile Barnes, Peter Bocage, Albert Burbank, Kid Clayton's Band, The Eureka Brass Band, George Lewis, Punch Miller, Tony Parenti, Billy Pierce, Dee Dee Pierce.
            DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A454



              New Orleans jazz.
              PERFORMERS: Kid Thomas Valentine and his Creole Jazz Band--Billie and DeDe Pierce--The New Orleans Ragtime Orchestra--Punch Miller's New Orleans Band--George Lewis--Kid Howard's La Vida Band--John Handy's Louisiana Shakers--The Golden Jazz Band.
              DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX4735

              New Orleans: Storyville.
              DOUGLASS CASSETTE 561M

              Nica's dream; small jazz groups of the'50's & early '60's.
              PERFORMERS: Art Farmer-Benny Golson Jazztet; Jazz Messengers;Lee Konitz with Warne Marsh; Charles Mingus Jazz Workshop;Modern Jazz Quartet; Sonny Rollins & Co; George Russell Sextet.
              DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 3423

              The 1998 Carmine Caruso International Jazz Trumpet Solo Competition gala concert.
              PERFORMERS: Randy Brecker--Vince DiMartino--Byron Stripling--John Sneider--John Daversa--trumpets; University of North Texas One O'clock Lab Band, Neil Slater, director.
              DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX4296

              An NPR jazz Christmas. II.
              PERFORMERS: Marian McPartland and friends: Christian McBride, Eden Atwood, Nnenna Freelon, Russell Malone, Valerie Capers, Bill Cunliffe, Makoto Ozone, Jeanie Bryson, David Hazeltine, Onaje Allan Gumbs, Roy Hargrove, Jackie King, Noreen Grey Lienhard, Karrin Allyson, Bill Charlap, Randy Weston, Holly Hofmann, Darek Oles, Marian McPartland, D.D. Jackson.
              DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX14460



                Outstanding jazz compositions of the 20th century.
                PERFORMERS: Cat Anderson, Ernestine Anderson, Shorty Baker, George Barrow, Kunst Bauer, Joe Benjamin, Eddie Bert, Bob Brookmeyer, Jim Buffington, Don Butterfield, Don Byrd, Harry Carney, Teddy Charles, Willie Cook, Miles Davis, Robert Di Domenica, George Duvivier, Jon Eardley, Duke Ellington, Bill Evans, Art Farmer, Andrews Ford, Barry Galbraith, Orlando Girolamo, Bernie Glow, Paul Gonsalves, Urbie Green, Jimmy Hamilton, Joe Harris, Milt Hinton, Johnny Hodges, Dick Horowitz, Quentin Jackson, J.J. Johnson, Jimmy Johnson, Osie Johnson, Jimmy Knepper, Teddy Kotick, John La Porta, Harvey Leonard, Teo Macero, Hal McKusick, Wendell Marshall, Louis Mucci, Ray Nance, Bob Prince, Russell Procoper, Margaret Ross, John Sanders, Sol Schlinter, Ed Shaughnessy, Frank Socolow, Teddy Sommer, Arthur Statter, Al Stewart, Phil Sunkel, Clark Terry, Nick Travis, Mal Waldron, Eddie Wasserman, Joe Wilder, Jimmy Woode, Britt Woodman, Phil Woods, Sam Woodyard, Manuel Zagler.
                DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A312



                  Piano Giants: an informal history of modern jazz piano, from somewhere before its birth in the forties through the mid-seventies by means of examples selected from the work of 24 of the most talented and...
                  PERFORMERS: Chick Corea, Duke Ellington, Bill Evans, Red Garland, Erroll Garner, Al Haig, Herbie Hancock Hampton Hawes, Earl Hines, Ahmad Jamal, Keith Jarrett, Wynton Kelly, John Lewis, Thelonious Monk, Phineas Newborn, Oscar Peterson, Bud Powell, George Shearing, Horace Silver, Art Tatum, Bobby Timmons, Lennie Tristano, McCoy Tyner, Joe Zawinul.
                  DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1468

                  Pioneers of the jazz guitar.
                  PERFORMERS: Lonnie Johnson, Eddie Lang, Carl Kress , Nick Lucas, John Cali, Tony Guttuso, Dick McDonough.
                  DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX4737

                  Portland jazz. Volume 1.
                  PERFORMERS: Dick Berk--Mount Hood Community College Jazz Band--Ron Steen--Nancy King--Steve Christofferson--Robert Hick--Tall Jazz--Genesis '94--Gordon Lee--Blackburn & Duthie--Alyssa Schwary--Randy Porter--Dave Frishberg, Rebecca Kilgore--Dan Perz Quartet--Jean Ronne--Stumptown Jazz--Dick Blake--Dave Friesen, Glen Moore.
                  DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX10609

                  Prestige twofer giants.
                  PERFORMERS: Mose Allison,John Coltrane,Miles Davis, Eric Dolphy,Dizzy Gillespie,Yusef Lateef, Charles Mingus, Modern Jazz Quartet,Thelonious Monk, Sonny Rollins.
                  DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A525



                    Quebec midem 1989.
                    PERFORMERS: Danny Christianson Big Band; UZEB
                    DOUGLASS CASSETTE 1427M



                      PERFORMERS: v.1= Celestin's Original Tuxedo Orchestra, Arthur Collins, Vic Meyers and his Orchestra, Jelly Roll Morton, Joseph Moskowitz, Vess L. Ossman, Ossman-Dudley Trio, Prince's Band, The State Street Ramblers, Fred Van Eps, Steve Williams.
                      v.2= Carolina Tar Heels, The Dallas String Band, Cow Cow Davenport, Horace Davis, East Texas Serenaders, Blind Boy Fuller, Theron Hale and Daughters, Jolly Jivers, Kessinger Brothers, Leake County Revelers, Sam Moore, Proximity String Quartet, Frank Stokes, Charlie Turner, Jesse Young's Tennessee Band.
                      DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A356 v.1 - v.2

                      Ragtime entertainment.
                      Compiled by David A. Jasen.
                      PERFORMERS:El Cota (William Elmer Coates)--Clyde Doerr--Gene Greene--Dr. Clarence Penney--Felix Arndt--George Schweinfest--Tom Brown and his Six Brown Brothers--James Lent--Signor Grinderino--Walter B. Rogers' Band--Charles Adam Price and Prince's Band--National Promenade Band--Patrick Conway and Conway's Band--Arthur Pryor and Pryor's Band--Rishell Band--Zon-O-Phone Concert Orchestra.
                      DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1747

                      Ragtime Piano Originals.
                      PERFORMERS: Mike Bernard--Harry Thomas--Malvin M. Franklin--Joseph Batten--Clarence Jones--Willy White--Franklin Banta--Sid Reinherz --Frank Herbin--Sam Goold--Rube Bloom--Jean Paques--Donald Thorne--Arthur Schutt.
                      DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1746

                      Richard Whiting.
                      NOTES: Music by Richard Whiting.
                      PERFORMERS: Margaret Whiting--Maurice Chevalier--Jeanette MacDonald and the Rounders--Rudy Vallee and His Connecticut Yankees--Ethel Merman--The Boswell Sisters--Alice Faye--Shirley Temple--Victor Young and His Serenaders with Billy Hughes and Lee Wiley - Tony Martin--Billie Holiday--Dick Powell--Kate Smith--Mel Torme and the Meltones--Bing Crosby--Carmen McRae--Nat King Cole--Tony Bennett--Doris Day and Danny Thomas--Jeri Southern--Susannah McCorkle--Margaret Whiting.
                      DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX4774

                      Riverside Dixieland sampler.
                      PERFORMERS: Sidney Bechet--Joe Sullivan--George Lewis--Dixieland Rhythm Kings--Dick Wellstood--Yank Lawson--Tony Parenti--Wild Bill Davison--Red Onion Jazz Band--Bob Helm--Ralph Sutton--Lu Watters
                      DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2280

                      Riverside history of classic jazz.
                      PERFORMERS: Royal Drums of the Abatutsi--Blind Lemon Jefferson--Rev. J.M.Gates--Sodero's Military Band--Fred Van Eps--Scott Joplin--James Scott--Joseph Lamb--Jelly Roll Morton--Cow Cow Davenport--Ma Rainey--Bessie Smith--Ida Cox--Chippie Hill--Big Bill Broonzy--King Oliver's Creole Jazz band --Jelly Roll and His Orchestra--New Orleans Rhythm Kings--Original Memphis Melody Boys--Red Onion Jazz Babies--Wesley Wallace--Jimmy Yancey--Cripple Clarence Lofton--Meade Lux Lewis--Art Hodes--Pete Johnson--Johnny Dodds and Tiny Parham--Freddie Keppard's Jazz Cardinals--Barrelhouse Five--State Street Ramblers--Lovie Austin's Blues Serenaders--Doc Cook's Dreamland Orchestra--Muggsy Spanier's Stomp Six--Bix Beiderbecke and the Wolverines--The Wolverines ("Original Wolverines")--Charles Pierce Orchestra--Jungle Kings--Wingy Manone--James P. Johnson--Fats Waller--Cliff Jackson--Clarence Williams Orchestra--Duke Ellington's Washingtonians--Fletcher Henderson Orchestra ("The Dixie Stompers")--Original Memphis Five--California Ramblers--Red and Miff's Stompers--Wild Bill Davison--Yank Lawson--Muggsy Spanier--Kid Ory--Bunk Johnson--George Lewis--Lu Watters' Yerba Buena Jazz Band--Bob Helm's Riverside Roustabouts--Dixieland Rhythm Kings.
                      DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX13434

                      The Roots of Dixieland jazz.
                      PERFORMERS: Billy Butterfield, Buck Clayton, Eddie Condon, Bobby Haggart, Jo Jones, Max Kaminsky, Pee Wee Russell, Jess Stacy, George Wettling.
                      DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 2960

                      Ryco jazz. [Jazz from Zaire]
                      PERFORMERS: Essous--Franco--F.N'kounkou--J. Malekan--J. Kabaselle.
                      DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX2236



                        Sampler '86.
                        PERFORMERS: John Jarvis, Larry Carlton, Robert Greenidge, Michael Utley, Albert Lee, Jerry Douglas, Edgar Meyer.
                        DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6925

                        The Saxophone; [a critical analytic guide to the major trends in the development of the contemporary saxophone tradition.]
                        PERFORMERS: Albert Ayler, Donald Ayler, Gato Barbieri, Marion Brown, Don Byas, Harry Carney, Benny Carter, Ornette Coleman, John Coltrane, Eric Dolphy, John Gilmore, Paul Gonsalves, Coleman Hawkins, Joe Henderson, John Klemmer, Charlie Parker, Dewey Redman, Sam Rivers,Sonny Rollins, Charles Rouse, Pharoah Sanders, Archie Shepp, Sonny Simmons, Leo Smith, Sonny Stitt, John Tchicai, Phil Woods, Lester Young.
                        DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A509

                        Sidran, Ben.
                        Talking jazz: an oral history.
                        NOTES:  60 interviews of jazz musicians by Ben Sidran, recorded 1984-1990 for Sidran on record, for National Public Radio.
                        Interviewees include:
                        CD 01: Trumpet 01: Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie.
                        CD 02: Trumpet 02: Don Cherry, Red Rodney.
                        CD 03: Trumpet 03: Freddie Hubbard, Wynton Marsalis.
                        CD 04: Saxophone 01: Phil Woods, Sonny Rollins, Jackie McLean.
                        CD 05: Saxophone 02: Johnny Griffin, Frank Morgan, Charlie Rouse.
                        CD 06: Saxophone 03: David Murray, Arthur Blythe, Steve Lacy.
                        CD 07: Saxophone 04: Branford Marsalis, Michael Brecker, Grover Washington.
                        CD 08: Saxophone 05: Paquito D'Rivera, Pepper Adams, Archie Shepp.
                        CD 09: Piano 01: Herbie Hancock, Keith Jarrett, McCoy Tyner.
                        CD 10: Piano 02: Charles Brown, Jay McShann, Dr. John.
                        CD 11: Piano 03: Horace Silver, Les McCann.
                        CD 12: Piano 04: Joe Sample, Don Pullen.
                        CD 13: Piano 05:Barry Harris, Michel Petrucciani.
                        CD 14: Drums 01: Art Blakey, Max Roach, Mel Lewis.
                        CD 15: Drums 02: Tony Williams, Paul Motian, Steve Gadd.
                        CD 16: Bass: Richard Davis, Marcus Miller.
                        CD 17: Voice 01: Jon Hendricks, Betty Carter.
                        CD 18: Voice 02: Bobby McFerrin, Ken Nordine.
                        CD 19: Voice 03: Dave Frishberg, Donald Fagen, Mose Allison.
                        CD 20: Guitar 01: George Benson, John Scofield, Steve Khan.
                        CD 21: Guitar 02: Larry Coryell & Emily Remler, Kevin Eubanks.
                        CD 22: Arrangers: Gil Evans, Carla Bley, Clare Fischer.
                        CD 23: The Biz: Max Gordon, Rudy Van Gelder.
                        CD 24: The Author: Ben Sidran interviewed by Craig Werner.
                        DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX15368

                        Singers and soloists of the swing bands.
                        PERFORMERS: David Allyn, Hayes Alvis, Luie Anderson, Louis Armstrong, Mildred Bailey, Pearl Bailey, Tex Beneke, Bunny Berigan,Cab Calloway, Harry Carney, June Christy, Chris Connor, Bing Crosby, Doris Day, Ray Eberle, Bob Eberly, Billy Eckstine, Ella Fitzgerald, Helen Forrest, Ray Fulton, Connie Haines, Dick Haymes, Al Hibbler, Billy Holiday, Lena Horne, Helen Humes, Hub Jeffries, Kitty Kallen, Paula Kelly, Peggy Lee, Art Lund, The Modernaires (Ralph Brester, Bill Conway, Hal Dickinson, Chuck Goldstein), Helen O'Connell, Anita O'Day, Hot Lips Page, The Pied Pipers (John Huddleston, Chuck Lowery, Jo Stafford, Clark Yokum), Ginnie Powell, Jimmy Rushing, Frank Sinatra, Kay Starr, Jack Teagarden, Sarah Vaughan, Bea Wain, Fran Warren, Frances Wayne, Joe Williams, Trummy Young.
                        DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A593

                        Singin' the blues; [a treasury of great jazz singers of the 1930's,'40's, & '50's.]
                        PERFORMERS: Lil Armstrong, Louis Armstrong, Walter Brown, Ella Fitzgerald, Wynonie Harris, Billie Holiday, Helen Humes, Cousin Joe, Ella Johnson, Lonnie Johnson, Louis Jordan, Sonny Parker, Jimmy Rushing, Joan Shaw, Ruby Smith, Trixie Smith, Kay Starr, Yack Taylor, Jack Teagarden, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Joe Turner, Dinah Washington, Josh White, Lee Wiley.
                        DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A414

                        The Smithsonian collection of classic jazz.
                        PERFORMERS: Cannonball Adderley,B ernard Addison, Lil Armstrong, Louis Armstrong, George Auld, Count Basie,Billy Bauer,Sidney Bechet & his Blue Note Jazzmen (Bechet, DeParis, Dickenson, Hodes), Artie Bernstein, Ed Blackwell, Art Blakey, Pete Briggs, Harvey Brooks, Clifford Brown, Lawrence Brown, Jimmy Bunn, Ceele Burke, Don Byas, Red Callendar, Ron Callendar, Mancy Cara, Benny Carter, Sidney Catlett, Paul Chambers, Don Cherry, Charlie Christian, Kenny Clarke, James Cobb, Ornette Coleman, John Coltrane, L.Z. Cooper, Ray Copeland, Andrew Cyrille, Tadd Dameron, Miles Davis, Baby Dodds, Johnny Dodds, Eric Dolphy, Allen Eager, Harry Edison, Roy Eldridge, Leon Elkins, Duke Ellington, Bill Evans, Gil Evans, Arnold Fishkin, Tommy Flanagan, George "Pops Foster, William Franz, Erroll Garner, Jimmy Garrison, Dizzy Gillespie, Benny Goodman,Dexter Gordon, Harold Granovsky, Wardell Gray, Freddie Green, Edmond Gregory, Henry Grimes, Charlie Haden, Al Haig, Lionel Hampton, Clyde Hart, Coleman Hawkins, Percy Heath, Fletcher Henderson, Leon Herriford, Eddie Heywood, Billy Higgins, Earl Hines, Billie Holiday, Freddie Hubbard, Milt Jackson, Gus Johnson, James P. Johnson, Lonnie Johnson, Manzie Johnson, Robert Johnson, Elvin Jones, Jimmy Jones, Jo Jones,Reggie Jones,Scott Joplin; Duke Jordan,John Kirby,Lee Konitz, Gene Krupa, Scott La Faro, John Lewis, Meade "Lux"Lewis, Jimmy Lunceford, Jimmy Lyons, Ken McIntyre, Al McKibbon, Shelly Manne, Warne Marsh, Jackie Mills, Charles Mingus, Modern Jazz Quartet, Thelonious Monk, George Morrow, Jelly Roll Morton, Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers; Benny Moten, Fats Navarro, King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band, Kid Ory, Walter Page, Charlie Parker, Oscar Pettiford, Tommy Potter, Bud Powell, Richie Powell, Red Onion Jazz Babies; Max Roach, Fred Robinson, Sonny Rollins, Curley Russell, Johnny St. Cyr, Alan Silva, John Simmons, Zutty Singleton, Bessie Smith, Willie Stark, Eddie Gale Stevens, Slam Stewart,Jimmy Strong,Art Tatum,Cecil Taylor,John Thomas, Chuck Thompson,Lennie Tristano, Frankie Trumbauer, McCoy Tyner, Sarah Vaughan, Fats Waller, Doug Watkins, Dickie Wells, Cootie Williams, Shadow Wilson, Teddy Wilson, Billy Yancey, Lester Young, Trummy Young.
                        DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A376

                        The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz. Rev. ed.
                        PERFORMERS: Scott Joplin; Jelly Roll Morton; Bessie Smith; King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band; Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers; Red Onion Jazz Babies; Sidney Bechet and His Blue Note Jazz Men; James P. Johnson; Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five; Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven; Louis Armstrong and Earl Hines; Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra; Frankie Trumbauer and His Orchestra; Jimmie Noone's Apex Club Orchestra; Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra; Red Nichols and His Five Pennies; Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra; Fats Waller; Meade "Lux " Lewis; Benny Goodman Trio; Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra; Coleman Hawkins Quartet; Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra; Ella Fitzerald; Art Tatum; Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra; Gene Krup and his Orchestra; The Chocolate Dandies featuring Roy Eldridge and Benny Carter; Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra; Quintette of the Hot Club of France; Count Basie and His Orchestra; Count Basie's Kansas City Seven; Benny Goodman Sextet featuring Charlie Christian and Count Basie; Duke Ellington and His Orchestra; Don Byas and Slam Stewart; Dizzy Gillespie Sextet; Dizzy Gillespie All Star Quintette; Charlie Parker's Re-Boppers; Charlie Parker with Jazz at the Philharmonic; Charlie Parker Quintet; Charlie Parker Sextet; Charlie Parker All Stars; Erroll Garner; Bud Powell Trio; Dexter Gordon Quartet; Tadd Dameron Sextet; Miles Davis and his Orchestra; Lennie Tristano Quintet; Gene Norman's Just Jazz featuring Red Norvo and Stan Getz; Sarah Vaughan; Thelonious Monk Quartet; Thelonious Monk Quintet; Horace Silver Quintet; Miles Davis with Gil Evans' Orchestra; Charles Mingus Quintet; Modern Jazz Quartet; Sonny Rollins plus Four; Sonny Rollins Quartet; Wes Montgomery Quartet; Miles Davis Sextet; Bill Evans Trio; Cecil Taylor Unit; John Coltrane Quartet; Ornette Coleman Quartet; Ornette Coleman Double Quartet; World Saxophone Quartet,Art Farmer.
                        DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1489

                        Smithsonian collection of classic jazz . Rev. ed.
                        PERFORMERS: Same Personnel as Above.
                        DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX1807 v.1 - v.5

                        Songsters and saints: vocal traditions on Race Records.
                        PERFORMERS:Peg Leg Howell & Eddy Anthony--Pink Anderson and Simmie Dooley--"Beans" Hambone--El Morrow--Earl McDonald's Original Louisville Jug Band--Alec Johnson--"Big BOy" George Owens--Memphis Sheiks--Charley Patton--Hambone Willie Newbern--Lil McClintock--Julius Daniels--Hezekiah Jenkins--Bogus Ben Covington--Johnson-Nelson-Porkchop--Bo Chatman--Two Poor Boys--Will Bennett--Kid Coley--Missionary Josephine Miles and Sister Elizabeth Cooper--Mother McCollum--Eddie Head and His Family--Washington Phillips--Blind Roosevelt Graves and Brother--The Guitar Evangelist--Blind Willie Davis--Blind Nesbit--William and Versey Smith.
                        DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A584 v.1

                        The sound of jazz.
                        PERFORMERS: Red Allen with All-Stars--Billie Holiday with Mal Waldron and All-Stars--Pee Wee Russell, Jimmy Giuffre, Danny Barker, Jo Jone--Count Basie with All-Stars; Jimmy Rushing,vocal--The Jimmy Giuffre Trio--Mal Waldron, piano.
                        DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 3851

                        Sounds of Black America, 1895-1925.
                        PERFORMERS: Tape 2= Arthur Collins, Byron G. Harlan, May Irwin, Billy Murray & Co.
                        Tape 5= Louis Armstrong & his Orchestra, Johnny Dodds' Blackbottom Stompers, Lt.James Reese Europe's 369th Infantry Hellfighters Band, Fletcher Henderson's Club Alabama Orchestra, James P. Johnson, Clara Smith, Ethel Waters.
                        Tape 6= Fisk University Jubilee Quartet, Polk Miller's Old South Quartet, Paul Robeson, Tuskegee Institute Singers.
                        DOUGLASS CASSETTE Kit 37M

                        Stars of the Apollo.
                        PERFORMERS: Bessie Smith with Buck and His Band; Mamie Smith; Buck & Bubbles & Their Buckets; Butterbeans & Susie; Ella Logan with The Spirits of Rhythm; Pearl Bailey & Jackie "Mom" Mabley; Big Maybelle; Leroy Kirkland & His Orchestra; Cab Calloway & His Orchestra; Sarah Vaughan with theJimmy Jones' Band; Duke Ellington & his Orchestra; Bobby Brown Quartet; Aretha Franklin; Baron Lee & the Blue Rhythm Band; Bill "Bojangles" Robinson with Don Redman & His Orchestra; Jimmy Johnson & His Orchestra; Ella Fitzgerald with Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra; Hot Lips Page & his Orchestra; Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson with Cootie Williams & His Orchestra; Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson & his Orchestra; Ida Cox and Her All-Star Band; Count Basie & His Orchestra, with Jimmy Rushing; Claude Thornhill & his Orchestra with Maxine Sullivan; Slim Gaillard and His Flat Foot Floogie Boys; Ruby Smith with Jimmy Johnson & His Orchestra; Earl Hines & His Orchestra.
                        DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A422

                        Steppin' on the gas:rags to jazz, 1913-1927.
                        PERFORMERS: Perry Bradford's Jazz Phools;Dry's Sunshine Orchestra;Johnny Dunn's Original Jazz Hounds; Johnny Dunn & his Jazz Band;Europe's Society Orchestra; Lt.Jim Europe's 369th Infantry Hell Fighters; Freddie Keppards Jazz Cardinals;Sam Morgan's Jazz Band;New Orleans Rhythm Kings;Piron's New Orleans Orchestra;Six Brown Brothers; Clarence Williams' Blue Five.
                        DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 845

                        Straighten up and fly right; rhythm and blues from the close of the swing era to the dawn of rock'n'roll.
                        PERFORMERS:Lionel Hampton & orch--Joe Turner; Pete Johnson--Golden Gate Quartet--Nat Cole--Cecil Gant--Louis Jordan--T-Bone Walker--Wynonie "Blue" Harris--The Ravens--Tiny Bradshaw and his orchestra--Lightnin' Hopkins--The Clovers--Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton--Ruth Brown--Sonny Til and the Orioles--Muddy Waters
                        DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2

                        A String of Swingin' Pearls.
                        PERFORMERS: RCA Victor All-Stars--Wingy Malone--Bud Freeman --Frankie Trumbauer--Eddie Condon--Gene Gifford--Jess Stacy
                        DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2279

                        Sweet & low blues: big bands & early territory bands of the 1920's.
                        PERFORMERS: Orchestras of Carroll Dickinson, Charlie Johnson, Leo Reisman, Alphonso Trent; Chocolate Dandies; Troy Floyd & his Plaza Hotel Orchestra; George E. Lee & his Kansas Orchestra; Louisiana Sugar Babes; Walter Page's Blue Devils; Jabbo Smith & his Rhythm Aces; Jesse Stone's Blue Serenaders; Erskine Tate's Vendome Orchestra.
                        DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 846

                        Swing around the world.
                        PERFORMERS:The Cool Crooners of Bulawayo--Eric Triton--Squirrel Nut Zipper--Oscar Peterson with Clark Terr--Alfredo Rey e la sua orchestra--Duke Heitger and his swing band--Renzo Arbore e i suoi Swing Maniacs--New Orleans Jazz Vipers--Romane--Ka'au Crater Boys--Jambalaya Cajun Band--Children of the Revolution.
                        Doug. Circ. COMPACT DISC CX15433

                        The Swing era: one more time.
                        PERFORMERS:Glen Gray's Casa Loma Orchestra.
                        DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1267

                        The Swing era: the music of 1940-41.
                        PERFORMERS: : Billy May, Bob Grabeau.
                        DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1266

                        Swinging on a V-Disc.
                        PERFORMERS: New York Stars; Lionel Hampton and his orchestra; Louis Jordan and the Tympany Five; Bob Eberly and the 344th ASF Band; Slim Gaillard Trio; Connee Boswell and her V-Disc Music Men; Randy Brooks and his orchestra; Count Basie and his orchestra; Kay Starr with Charlie Barnet and his orchestra; Buddy Rich and his Speed Demons; The Dorsey Brothers' Combined Orchestras; Gene Krupa and his orchestra; Les Paul Trio; Original Dixieland Jazz Band; Frank Sinatra; Duke Ellington and his orchestra; Lt. Bob Crosby (USMC) and his V-Disc Bob Cats; Martha Tilton and her V-Disc Playfellows; Benny Carter and his orchestra; Capt. Glenn Miller and the 418th AAFTC Orchestra; Louis Armstrong & Jack Teagarden and the V-Disc All Stars; T. Sgt. Sy Oliver and the V-Disc Volunteers; Johnny MercER; Don Redman and his band; Stan Kenton and his orchestra; Russ Morgan and his orchestra; Sam Donahue and the Band of the U.S. Navy Liberation Forces; Eddie Heywood Sextette; Bunk Johnson's New Orleans Band; Technical Sergeant Jack Leonard and his V-Disc Friends; Hot Lips Page and the V-Disc All Stars; Jimmie Lunceford and his orchestra; Woody Herman and his orchestra; Perry Como and the V-Disc All Star Orchestra; Lionel Hampton All Star Group; Benny Goodman V-Disc All Stars; Muggsy Spanier and his V-Disc All Stars; Louis Prima and his orchestra; Cpl. Buddy Clark and the 344th ASF Band; Kay Kyser and his orchestra;Mildred Bailey with Red Norvo and his orchestra; Sammy Kaye and his orchestra; Lena Horne with Charlie Spivak's Orchestra; Hal McIntyre and his orchestra; Harry James and his orchestra; Fats Waller; Elliott Lawrence and his orchestra; Benny Goodman and his orchestra; Jo Stafford and her V-Disc Play Boys; Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra;Sam Donahue (USN) & the Band of the U.S. Navy Liberation Forces; The V-Disc Jumpers; Roy Eldridge and his orchestra; Nat King Cole Trio; Jack Teagarden and the V-Disc All Stars; Jimmy Rushing ;Capt. Glenn Miller and the 418th AAFTC Orchestra; Jimmy Dorsey and his orchestra; Stan Kenton and his orchestra.
                        DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX16226



                          Tea pad songs. Volume 1.
                          PERFORMERS: Cleo Brown--Louis Jordan--Stuff Smith--Frank Newton--Baron Lee--Willie Bryant--Fats Waller--Erskine Hawkins--Slim & Slam--Cab Calloway--Julia Lee-Freddie Taylor--Jimmie Lunceford--Gene Krupa--Floyd Ray.
                          DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6334

                          Tenor giants.
                          PERFORMERS: Jazz sextets and octets; Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins, and Budd Johnson, tenor saxophones; Roy Eldridge, trumpet; Oscar Peterson or Jimmy Jones, piano, and others.
                          DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A921

                          That's the way I feel now: a tribute to Thelonious Monk.
                          PERFORMERS: Bruce Fowler--NRBQ & The Whole Wheat Horns --Donald Fagen & Steve Khan--Dr. John-- Steve Lacy & Charlie Rouse-- Mark Bingham--Sharon Freeman--Barry Harris -- Was (Not Was)--Todd Rundgren & Gary Windo--Joe Jackson--Steve Lacy & Elvin Jones--Chris Spedding & Peter Frampton--Randy Weston--The Carla Bley Band with Johnny Griffin--Steve Lacy & Gil Evans.
                          DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX34

                          Thesaurus of classic jazz.
                          PERFORMERS: Beiderbecke; Dorseys; Lang; Trumbauer; Venuti; Miff Mole and his Molers; Red Nichols and Charleston Chasers; Red Heads; Arkansas Travellers, etc.
                          DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A927

                          Town Hall concert, v.1-2.
                          PERFORMERS: Don Byas-Slam Stewart, Krupa-Ventura Trio, Red Norvo Orchestra, Remo Palmieri,Stuff Smith Trio,Teddy Wilson Quintet.
                          DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A490

                          Town Hall jazz concert 1945: The Commodore years.
                          PERFORMERS:Red Norvo and his orchestra; Red Norvo Quintet; Don Byas-Slam Stewart Duo; Teddy Wilson; Teddy Wilson Quintet with Flip Phillips; Bill Coleman Quartet; Gene Krupa-Charlie VenturaTrio; Stuff Smith Trio.
                          DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A924

                          A tribute to Duke Ellington, "We love you madly".
                          PERFORMERS:Ella Fitzgerald--Count Basie--Oscar Peterson--Coleman Hawkins--Stan Getz--Al Hibbler--Wes Montgomery--Gene Krupa--Billie Holiday--Dizzy Gillespie--Louis Armstrong--Johnny Hodges--Buddy Rich.
                          DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1721

                          25 Years of Prestige.
                          PERFORMERS: Gene Ammons, Kenny Burrell, Earl Coleman, John Coltrane, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Miles Davis, Eric Dolphy, Red Garland, Stan Getz, Benny Golson, Dexter Gordon, Wardell Gray, Al Haig, Joe Holiday, King Pleasure, Lee Konitz, Don Langhare, Thelonious Monk, Fats Navarro, Lee Parker, Sonny Rollins, Lennie Tristano, Mal Waldron, Kai Winding.
                          DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A523



                            Vincent Youmans.
                            NOTES:Music by Vincent Youmans.
                            PERFORMERS: Tommy Dorsey & his orchestra, with Frank Sinatra--Beatrice Lillie--John Boles--Fred Astaire--Rudy Valee--Al Bowlly-- Mildred Bailey--Andrews Sisters--Dinah Shore--Mary Martin--John Raitt--Lee Wiley--Doris Day, Gene Nelson--Vic Damone, Tony Martin, Russ Tamblyn, Jane Powell, Debbie Reynolds, Ann Miller--Elaine Strich--Roy Hamilton--Judy Garland--Millie Slavin--Gloria DeHaven--Liza Minelli--Jack Gilford, Susan Watson.
                            DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX4783

                            Voices of Concord jazz: live at Montreux.
                            PERFORMERS:Vocalists: Karrin Allyson, Patti Austin, Peter Cincotti, Nnenna Freelon, Monica Mancini, Diane Schuur, Curtis Stiger; Scott Kreitzer, sax; Mark McLean, drums; Barak Mori, bass; Danny Embrey, guitar; Gregg Field, drums; Frank Chastenier, piano; John Goldsby, bass; Tom Scott, sax; Dave Samuels, vibraphone; Paul Shigihara, guitar; WDR Big Band: Tom Scott, conductor; Gregg Field, drums; Heiner Wiberny, alto sax; Harold Rosenstein, alto sax; Olivier Peters, tenor sax; Rolf Romer, tenor sax; Jens Neufang, baritone sax; Andy Haderer, trumpet; Rob Bruynen, trumpet; Klaus Osterloh, trumpet; Rick Kiefer, trumpet; John Marshall, trumpet; Ludwig Nuss, trombone; Dave Horler, trombone, Bernt Laukamp, trombone, Mattis Cederberg, bass trombone.
                            DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX14399



                              NOTES: Music by Fats Waller and Andy Razaf.
                              PERFORMERS: Ted Lewis and His Band with Fats Waller--Bing Crosby--Ethel Waters--Andy Razaf--Annette Hanshaw--Benny Goodman and His Orchestra featuring Jack Teagarden--Mildred Bailey and Her Alley Cats--Joe Haymes and His Orchestra--Fats Waller and His Rhythm -- Boswell Sisters--Phil Harris and His Orchestra--Judy Garland--Ray Noble and His Orchestra--Lena Horne--Frankie Laine--Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra--Sarah Vaughan--Maxine Sullivan--Louis Armstrong and Velma Middleton--Dinah Washington--Lee Wiley--Sammy Davis, Jr.--Helen Merrill.
                              DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX4782

                              What is Jazz?
                              PERFORMERS: Leonard Bernstein discusses; Buck Clayton and combo plays.]
                              DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1

                              Women in Jazz.
                              v.1: All women groups: Winnie Beatty, Beryl Booker, Norma Carson, Emma Colbert, Marian Gange, Vivian Garry, Rose Gottesman, L'Ana Hyams, Marjorie Hyams, The International Sweethearts of Rhythm, Dody Jeshke, Elaine Leighton, Bridget O'Flynn, Mary Osborne, Terry Pollard, June Rotenberg, Ginger Smock, Jean Starr, Bea Taylor, Bonnie Wetzel, Edna Williams, Mary Lou Williams, Vicki Zimmer, Cecilia Zirl.
                              V.2: Pianists: Toshiko Akiyoshi, Lil Armstrong, Lovie Austin, Beryl Booker, Hadda Brooks, Cleo Brown, Una Mae Carlisle, Barbara Carroll, Dorothy Donegan, Arizona Drane, Vera Guilaroff, Utta Hipp, Nellie Lutcher, Rose Murphy, Hazel Scott, Mary Lou Williams.
                              v.3: Swingtime to Modern: Beryl Booker, Henrietta Bouschard, Una Mae Carlisle and Her Jam Band, Marie Carpenter, Althea Conley, Florence Dieman, Lulie Ellboj's Orchestra, The Hip Chicks, Utta Hipp, Marjorie Hyams, The International Sweethearts of Rhythm, Gladys Mosier, Evelyn Pennak, Terry Pollard, Vi Redd, Elvirah Rohl, Valaida Snow, Jean Starr, Kathy Stobart, L'Ana Webster(Hyams).
                              DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1187

                              The World of swing.
                              PERFORMERS: Orchestras of Mildred Bailey, Count Basie, Cab Calloway, Benny Carter, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Lionel Hampton, Coleman Hawkins, Fletcher Henderson, Teddy Hill, Claude Hopkins, Harry James, John Kirby, Jimmie Lunceford, Don Redman, Chick Webb; Erskine Hawkins & his 'Bama State Collegians, Woody Herman & his Swingin' Herd,Baron Lee & the Rhythm Kings, Sedric & his Honey Bears, Stuff Smith & his Onyx Club Boys.
                              DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A424



                                The Young lions.
                                PERFORMERS: John Blake, Hamiet Bluiett, Ronnie Burrage, Anthony Davis, Kevin Eubanks, Chico Freeman, Jay Haggard, Craig Harris, Fred Hopkins, Bobby McFerrin, Wynton Marsalis, James Newton, Daniel Ponce, John Purcell, Paquito D'Rivera, Avery Sharpe, Abdul Wadud.
                                DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1462

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