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Album: Bix & Tram [Box]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Trumbology
2)    Clarinet Marmalade
3)    Singin' the Blues
4)    Ostrich Walk
5)    Riverboat Shuffle
6)    I'm Coming Virginia
7)    Way Down Yonder in New Orleans
8)    For No Reason at All in C
9)    Three Blind Mice
10)    Blue River
11)    There's a Cradle in Caroline
12)    Wringin' and Twistin'
13)    Humpty Dumpty
14)    Krazy Kat
15)    Baltimore
16)    There Ain't No Land Like Dixieland to Me
17)    There's a Cradle in Caroline
18)    Just an Hour of Love
19)    I'm Wonderin' Who
1)    At the Jazz Band Ball
2)    Royal Garden Blues
3)    Jazz Me Blues
4)    Goose Pimples
5)    Sorry
6)    Crying All Day
7)    Good Man Is Hard to Find, A
8)    Since My Best Gal Turned Me Down
9)    Sugar
10)    There'll Come a Time
11)    Jubilee
12)    Mississippi Mud
13)    Our Bungalow of Dreams
14)    Lila
15)    Borneo
16)    My Pet
17)    Somebody Stole My Gal
18)    Thou Swell
19)    Thou Swell
1)    Bless You Sister
2)    Dusky Stevedore
3)    Ol' Man River
4)    Wa-Da-Da (Everybody's Doin' It Now)
5)    Take Your Tomorrow
6)    Love Affairs
7)    Rhythm King
8)    Louisiana
9)    Margie
10)    Love Nest, The
11)    Japanese Sandman, The
12)    High Up on a Hill Top
13)    Sentimental Baby
14)    Futuristic Rhythm
15)    Raisin' the Roof
16)    Louise
17)    Wait 'Til You See "Ma Cherie"
18)    Baby Won't You Please Come Home
19)    No One Can Take Your Place
20)    I Like That
1)    Georgia Blues
2)    Lost My Baby Blues
3)    Blue River
4)    In a Mist
5)    I'm More Than Satisfied
6)    I'm More Than Satisfied
7)    Clorinda
8)    Clorinda
9)    Three Blind Mice
10)    Three Blind Mice
11)    My Pet
12)    Singin' the Blues
13)    What a Day!
14)    Alabammy Snow
15)    Nobody But You
16)    Gotta Feelin' for You
17)    Shivery Stomp
18)    Reachin' for Someone
19)    Manhattan Rag
20)    Manhattan Rag
21)    Break It Down
22)    China Boy
23)    In a Mist
 

Album: Bix & Tram [Box]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Trumbology
2)    Clarinet Marmalade
3)    Singin' the Blues
4)    Ostrich Walk
5)    Riverboat Shuffle
6)    I'm Coming Virginia
7)    Way Down Yonder in New Orleans
8)    For No Reason at All in C
9)    Three Blind Mice
10)    Blue River
11)    There's a Cradle in Caroline
12)    Wringin' and Twistin'
13)    Humpty Dumpty
14)    Krazy Kat
15)    Baltimore
16)    There Ain't No Land Like Dixieland to Me
17)    There's a Cradle in Caroline
18)    Just an Hour of Love
19)    I'm Wonderin' Who
1)    At the Jazz Band Ball
2)    Royal Garden Blues
3)    Jazz Me Blues
4)    Goose Pimples
5)    Sorry
6)    Crying All Day
7)    Good Man Is Hard to Find, A
8)    Since My Best Gal Turned Me Down
9)    Sugar
10)    There'll Come a Time
11)    Jubilee
12)    Mississippi Mud
13)    Our Bungalow of Dreams
14)    Lila
15)    Borneo
16)    My Pet
17)    Somebody Stole My Gal
18)    Thou Swell
19)    Thou Swell
1)    Bless You Sister
2)    Dusky Stevedore
3)    Ol' Man River
4)    Wa-Da-Da (Everybody's Doin' It Now)
5)    Take Your Tomorrow
6)    Love Affairs
7)    Rhythm King
8)    Louisiana
9)    Margie
10)    Love Nest, The
11)    Japanese Sandman, The
12)    High Up on a Hill Top
13)    Sentimental Baby
14)    Futuristic Rhythm
15)    Raisin' the Roof
16)    Louise
17)    Wait 'Til You See "Ma Cherie"
18)    Baby Won't You Please Come Home
19)    No One Can Take Your Place
20)    I Like That
1)    Georgia Blues
2)    Lost My Baby Blues
3)    Blue River
4)    In a Mist
5)    I'm More Than Satisfied
6)    I'm More Than Satisfied
7)    Clorinda
8)    Clorinda
9)    Three Blind Mice
10)    Three Blind Mice
11)    My Pet
12)    Singin' the Blues
13)    What a Day!
14)    Alabammy Snow
15)    Nobody But You
16)    Gotta Feelin' for You
17)    Shivery Stomp
18)    Reachin' for Someone
19)    Manhattan Rag
20)    Manhattan Rag
21)    Break It Down
22)    China Boy
23)    In a Mist
 
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  • /Frankie Trumbauer.
  • Personnel: Bix Beiderbecke (cornet); Frankie Trumbauer (vocals, alto saxophone, C-melody saxophone); Jack Teagarden (vocals, trombone); Hoagy Carmichael (vocals, piano, celesta); Harry Barris (vocals, piano); John Ryan , Dee Orr, Noel Taylor, Harold "Scrappy" Lambert, Les Reis, Irving Kaufman, Seger Ellis, Smith Ballew, Bing Crosby, Charles Gaylord (vocals); George Marsh (whistling, drums); Eddie Lang, George Rose (guitar, banjo); Ed "Snoozer" Quinn, Wilbur Hall, Carl Kress (guitar); John Cali (banjo); Mischa Russell, Joe Venuti (violin); Charles Strickfaden (clarinet, oboe, alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Chester Hazlett, Benny Bonacio, Jimmy Dorsey (clarinet, alto saxophone); Irving Friedman (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Don Murray (clarinet, baritone saxophone); Izzy Friedman, Pee Wee Russell, Wingy Manone (clarinet); Rube Crozier (bassoon); Doc Ryker, Chet Hazlett, Bobby Davis (alto saxophone); Min Leibrook, Adrian Rollini (bass saxophone); Nat Natoli, Charlie Margulis, Raymond Johnston, Charlie Teagarden (trumpet); Bill Rank, Miff Mole (trombone); Tommy Satterfield (piano, celesta); Lennie Hayton (piano, harmonium, drums); Itzy Riskin, Paul Mertz, Frank Signorelli, Roy Bargy, Rube Bloom (piano); Vic Berton (drums, percussion); Herb Quigley, Harry Gale , Harold McDonald, Ward Archer, Stan King, Chauncey Morehouse (drums); Sam Lanin (percussion).
  • Liner Note Authors: Sally-Ann Worsfold; Charles Philip Fox.
  • Recording information: Chicago, IL (02/04/1927-02/23/1934); New York, NY (02/04/1927-02/23/1934).
  • Directors: Frankie Trumbauer; Willard Robison.
  • Arrangers: Bill Challis; Russ Case.
  • This newly appended collection encompasses most every record that these two men made together, augmented by the Bix & His Gang sessions and a handful of uncommon sides from both 1924 and 1934, which pre- and post-date Tram's involvement with Bix. Three of the four discs each contain no less than 13 instrumentals, ranging from solid to positively gorgeous. Disc "C" has only seven instrumentals. This collection's 34 non-instrumentals place the listener at the mercy of period vocalists, some sing through their noses, others whimper like Elmer Fudd, while a few stoop so low as to imitate vaudeville black-face comedians. The specter of white guys drawling at each other in weird false dialect should serve to remind everyone how prevalent Jim Crow was in the music industry between 1895 and, say, 1945. Hearing wholesome young Bing Crosby sing "When the Darkies Beat Their Feet On the Mississippi Mud" puts both the singer and his society in perspective. The best of the Jim Crow numbers is "Take Your Tomorrow," a performance that actually demonstrates authentic vaudeville humor and timing. "Borneo" is worth having just for Beiderbecke's lovely ascending cornet run during the introduction. As any seasoned early jazz listener can testify, even the grossest vocalist cannot entirely wreck a recording if the guys in the band are solid. Bite your lip, take a breath, and wait for the solos. Now you know why Eddie Condon referred to most recorded vocal passages as "interruptions." And even if that is the nefarious Smith Ballew singing "Louise," the melody is wonderful and it's nice to hear the lyric. Even if it is the Deep River Quintet heard singing Fats Waller's "I'm More Than Satisfied," where else are listeners going to hear the words to this underappreciated opus? Most importantly, this massive quarry of vintage music puts the more commonly heard material in context by lining it up alongside the rest of what was deemed appropriate for the record-buying public so many years ago. And that itself is worth far more than the price of admission. ~ arwulf arwulf
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