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Wild Bill Davison [sound recording] : the Commodore master tapes.

Davison, Wild Bill, 1906- (Author). Tough, Dave. (Added Author). Nicholas, Albert. (Added Author). Lesberg, Jack. (Added Author). Sullivan, Joe 1906-1971 (Added Author). Marsala, Joe. (Added Author). Lugg, George. (Added Author). Brown, Vernon. (Added Author). Alvin, Danny. (Added Author). Cary, Dick, 1916-1994 (Added Author). Miles, Bill. (Added Author). McGarity, Lou. (Added Author). Hall, Edmond (Added Author). Wettling, George, 1907-1968 (Added Author). Casey, Bob. (Added Author). Condon, Eddie, 1905-1973 (Added Author). Schroeder, Gene. (Added Author). Russell, Pee Wee (Added Author). Brunies, George. (Added Author). Keepnews, Orrin (Added Author). Gabler, Milt. (Added Author). Commodores (Jazz group) (Added Author).

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  • Physical Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: [S.l.] : Commodore ; p1997.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Originally produced by Milt Gabler. Reissue produced by Orrin Keepnews.
Program notes by Richard M. Sudhalter and discography (13 p. : ports.) inserted in container.
Formatted Contents Note:
That's a plenty (4:16) -- Panama (4:23) -- Riverboat shuffle (2:51) -- Muskrat ramble (3:12) -- Clarinet marmalade (2:57) -- Original Dixieland one step (3:11) -- At the jazz band ball (3:00) -- Baby, won't you please come home (2:56) -- (I don't stand a) Ghost of a chance (with you) (2:40) -- Jazz me blues (3:21) -- Little girl (2:43) -- Squeeze me (2:30) -- A Monday date (2:51) -- (I'm) Confessin' (that I love you) (3:29) -- Big butter and egg man (3:06) -- I wish I could shimmy like my sister Kate (3:15) -- Sensation rag (2:45) -- Who's sorry now? (2:55) -- On the Alamo (2:50) -- Someday sweetheart (2:54) -- High society (2:40) -- Wrap your troubles in dreams (2:59) -- I'm coming Virginia (2:35) -- Wabash blues (2:54).
Participant or Performer Note:
Wild Bill Davison, trumpet; with his Commodores.
Date/Time and Place of an Event Note:
Recorded in New York City between Nov. 27, 1943 and Jan. 4, 1946.
Subject: Dixieland music
Jazz > 1941-1950
Trumpet music (Jazz)
Panama / William H. Tyers.
Wabash blues / Dave Ringle and Fred Meinken.
I'm coming Virginia / Words by Will Marion Cook ; music by Donald Heywood.
Wrap your troubles in dreams (and dream your troubles away) / Music by Harry Barris; Lyrics by Ted Koehler and Billy Moll.
High society / P. Steele and W. Melrose.
Someday sweetheart / J. Spikes and B. Spikes.
On the Alamo / Gus Kahn and Isham Jones.
Who's sorry now / Words by Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby ; music by Ted Snyder.
Sensation rag / Scott Joplin.
I wish I could shimmy like my sister Kate / Armand J. Piron.
Big butter and egg man / Sidney Clare, Cliff Firend and Joseph H. Santly.
I'm confessin' (that I love you) / Don Dougherty, Eula Reynolds, and Al Neiburg.
A Monday date / Earl Hines.
Squeeze me / Words by Clarence Williams; music by Thomas "Fats" Waller.
Jazz me blues / Tom Delaney.
Little girl / Madeline Hyde, Francis Henry.
I don't stand a ghost of a chance with you / Music by Victor Young ; lyrics by Bing Crosby and Ned Washington.
Baby, won't you please come home? / Charles Warfield and Clarence Williams.
At the jazz band ball / Edwards, LaRocca, Mercer, Ragas, Sbarbaro, Shields.
Clarinet marmalade / Edwin Bransford Edwards, Nick LaRocca, Henry Ragas, Tony Sbarbaro, and Larry Sheilds.
Muskrat ramble / E. Ory and R. Gilbert.
Riverboat shuffle / Hoagy Carmichael, D. Voynow, Irving Mills and M. Parish.
That's a plenty / Words by Ray Gilbert ; music by Lew Pollack.
Original Dixieland one-step / J. Russel Robinson, Nick LaRocca and Joe Jordon.

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