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Album: Harlemania
# Song Title   Time
1)    Harlemania - Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
2)    Harlem Madness - Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra
3)    There's a House in Harlem for Sale - Henry Allen & His Orchestra
4)    Old Man Harlem - Dorsey Brothers Orchestra
5)    You Can't Live in Harlem - Noble Sissle & His Orchestra/Sidney Bechet
6)    Jungle Nights in Harlem - Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
7)    Harlem Lullaby - Mildred Bailey
8)    Underneath the Harlem Moon - Don Redman & His Orchestra
9)    Drop Me Off in Harlem - Adelaide Hall/Mills Blue Rhythm Band
10)    Cotton Club Stomp - Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
11)    Harlem Shout - Jimmie Lunceford & His Orchestra
12)    Harlem Woogie - James P. Johnson & His Orchestra
13)    Harlem on Parade - Gene Krupa & His Orchestra
14)    Go Harlem - Chick Webb
15)    Harlem Fuss - Fats Waller
16)    Doin' the New Low Down - Don Redman & His Orchestra/Bill "Bojangles" Robinson
17)    You've Seen Harlem at Its Best - Ethel Waters
18)    Harmony in Harlem - Benny Carter & His Orchestra
19)    Shoe Shine Boy - Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra
20)    Minnie the Moocher - Cab Calloway & His Orchestra
21)    Harlem River Quiver (Brown Berries) - Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
22)    Ill Wind - Lena Horne
23)    Harlem Joys - Willie "The Lion" Smith
24)    Harlem Holiday - Cab Calloway & His Orchestra
25)    Harlem Air Shaft - Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
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Performer Notes
  • Performers include: Duke Ellington, Fletcher Henderson, Red Allen, The Dorsey Brothers, Sidney Bechet, Noble Sissle, Mildred Bailey, Don Redman, Adelaide Hall, The Mills Brothers, Jimmie Lunceford, Jimmy Johnson, Gene Krupa, Chick Webb, Fats Waller, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, Ethel Waters, The Quintones, Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Lena Horne, Willie "The Lion" Smith.
  • Recorded in the 1920's and 1930's.
  • Contains 25 tracks.
  • Composers: Duke Ellington; James Johnson; Willie Smith; Willie Williams ; Cab Calloway.
  • Personnel: Bill "Bojangles" Robinson (vocals, accordion); Louis Armstrong (vocals, trumpet); Ethel Waters, Charles Holland, Harlan Lattimore, Adelaide Hall, Quintones , Lena Horne, Mildred Bailey, Anita O'Day, Anna Robinson, Billy Banks, Cab Calloway (vocals); Morris White (guitar, banjo); Eddie Durham (guitar, trombone); Lee Blair, Al Norris, Lawrence Lucie, Jimmy Miller , John Trueheart, Bernard Addison, Ray Biondi, Albert Casey (guitar); Benny James (banjo, strings); Eddie Condon, Fred Guy (banjo); Mischa Russell, Oscar Madera, Nick Pisano (violin); Wayman Carver (flute, tenor saxophone); Arville Harris (clarinet, reeds, alto saxophone); Sidney Bechet (clarinet, soprano saxophone); Joe Thomas (clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Willie Smith (clarinet, alto saxophone, baritone saxophone, piano); Eddie Harefield, Harry Carney, Earl Caruthers, Joe Garland (clarinet, alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Dan Grissom, Edward Inge, Pete Clark, Gene Mikell, Rupert Cole, Hilton Jefferson, Chauncey Houghton, Sam Musiker, Walter Thomas (clarinet, alto saxophone); Coleman Hawkins, Cecil Scott, Rudy Jackson, Teddy McRae, Barney Bigard (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Jimmy Dorsey, Otto Hardwick, Buster Bailey (clarinet); Jack Mayhew, Archie Rosate, Marty Friedman (saxophone); Johnny Hodges (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Billy Hardwick, Jr. (alto saxophone, baritone saxophone, bass saxophone); Crawford Wethington (alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Charlie Holms, Andrew Brown , Henry Jones, Don Redman, Edgar Sampson, Ben Freeman, Benny Carter (alto saxophone); Larry Binyon, Robert Carroll , Jerome Pasquall, Bingie Madison, Gil White, Jimmy Migliore, Don Brassfield, Greely Walton (tenor saxophone); Rex Sittig (baritone saxophone); Manny Klein, Cootie Williams, Ed Anders, Leonard Davis , Rowland "Bunny" Berigan, Gus Aitken, Lammar Wright, Sr., Freddie Jenkins, Demas Dean, Henry "Red" Allen, Langston Curl, Charlie Gaines, Eddie Mallory, Russell Smith, Norman Murphy, R.Q. Dickerson, Eddie Tompkins, Al Beck, Louis Bacon, Mario Bauz?, Warren Jones, Paul Webster, Reuben Reeves, Roy Eldridge, Sidney DeParis, Arthur Whetsol, Taft Jordan, Shelton Hemphill, Mickey Mangano, Wendell Culley, Louis Metcalf, Bobby Stark , Wallace Jones, Shirley Clay, Bubber Miley (trumpet); Ed Allen, Rex Stewart (cornet); Nat Story, De Priest Wheeler, Dicky Wells, Fred Robinson , George Washington , Russell Bowles, John Grassi, Harry White , Chester Burrill, J.C. Higginbotham, Jay Kelliher, Henry Hicks, Elmer Crumbley, Jimmy Archey, Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton, Keg Johnson, Lawrence Brown , Sandy Williams , Babe Wagner, Tommy Dorsey , Benny Morton, Claude Jones, Charlie Irvis (trombone); Juan Tizol (valve trombone); Bob Yeaguirre, Hayes Alvis (tuba); Don Kirkpatrick, Duke Ellington, Edgar Hayes, Edwin Wilcox, Fats Waller, Fulton McGrath, Harry Brooks, Horace Henderson, Earres Prince, James Johnson, Lou Busch, Luis Russell, Milt Raskin (piano); Manzie Johnson (vibraphone, drums); Wilbert Kirk, O'Neill Spencer, Gene Krupa, Jimmy Crawford , Paul Barbarin, Big Sid Catlett, Sonny Greer, Walter Johnson (drums); Willie Williams (washboard).
  • Recording information: Hollywood, CA (12/19/1927-01/23/1942); New York, NY (12/19/1927-01/23/1942).
  • Directors: Don Redman; Fletcher Henderson; Jimmie Lunceford; Noble Sissle; Walter Johnson ; Stan King; Cab Calloway.
  • Arrangers: Don Redman; Duke Ellington; Eddie Durham; Edgar Sampson; Ned Freeman; Fletcher Henderson; James Johnson; Joe Garland; Victor Young.
  • This is a clever collection of 25 tracks that either feature the word Harlem in the title (19 of them) or reference it in the lyrics. The CD includes five tracks by Duke Ellington, kicking off with "Harlemania" and ending with "Harlem Airshaft." The remainder features other notable big bands led by Don Redman, Jimmie Lunceford, Chick Webb, and a raft of classic vocalists including Ethel Waters, Mildred Bailey, Adelaide Hall, Lena Horne, Anita O'Day, Louis Armstrong, and Cab Calloway, among many others. Well-known numbers about the famed black district in New York City abound on this delightfully thoughtful concept compilation, which comes highly recommended. ~ Michael G. Nastos
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