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Ethel Waters - Her Best Recordings 1921 - 1940 Album Download

Ethel Waters - Her Best Recordings 1921 - 1940 Album Download

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Performer: Ethel Waters
Title: Her Best Recordings 1921 - 1940
Country: France
Released: 1994
Style: Dixieland, Ragtime, Swing
Category: Jazz / Blues
Rating: 4.4
Catalog #: 4013
Label: Best Of Jazz

Tracklist

1My Handy Man
Piano – James P. JohnsonWritten-By – Razaf
2:55
2Cabin In The Sky
Orchestra – Max Meth And His OrchestraWritten-By – Latouche, Duke
3:58
3Shake That Thing
Piano – Pearl WrightWritten By – Unknown Artist
3:16
4Bread And Gravy
Alto Saxophone – Benny CarterBass – Milt HintonClarinet – Castor McCordGuitar – Danny BarkerOrchestra – Eddie Mallory And His OrchestraPiano, Organ – Reg BeaneTrombone, Vibraphone – Tyree GlennTrumpet – Eddy MalloryWritten-By – Carmichael
2:53
5You Can't Stop Me From Loving You
Clarinet – Benny GoodmanGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Rube BloomTrombone – Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Manny KleinWritten-By – Nichols, Holiner
3:20
6Stormy Weather (Keeps Rainin' All The Time)
Bass – Artie BernsteinClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Larry BinyonDrums – Stan KingGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Fulton McGrathTrombone – Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Bunny Berigan, Sterling BoseViolin – Harry Hoffman, Joe Venuti, Lou Kosloff, Walter EdelsteinWritten-By – Arlen, Koehler
3:08
7There'll Be Some Changes Made
Clarinet – Garvin BushellEnsemble – Ethel Waters And Her Jazz MasterPiano – Fletcher HendersonTrombone – Unknown ArtistTrumpet – Unknown ArtistViolin – Charlie Jackson Written-By – Higgins, Overstreet
3:17
8Don't Blame Me
Drums – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Unknown ArtistPiano – Unknown ArtistTrombone – Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Unknown Artist, Unknown ArtistViolin – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – Fields - McHugh
3:11
9Porgy
Bass – Wellman BraudClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Fred GuyOrchestra – Duke Ellington And His OrchestraPiano, Directed By – Duke EllingtonSoprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesTrombone – Lawrence Brown, Joe "Tricky Sam" NantonTrumpet – Arthur Whetsol, Cootie Williams, Freddy JenkinsWritten-By – Berlin
3:10
10Memories Of You
Bass – Unknown ArtistOrchestra – Unknown ArtistPiano – Unknown ArtistViolin – Unknown Artist, Unknown ArtistWritten-By – Razaf, Blake
3:13
11Am I Blue ?
Bass – Joe TartoClarinet – Jimmy DorseyPiano – Frank SignorelliTrombone – Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Manny KleinWritten-By – Clarke, Akst
3:15
12I'm Coming Virginia
Orchestra – Will Marion Cooks's Singing OrchestraPiano – J.C. JohnsonWritten-By – Heywood
3:02
13Miss Otis Regrets (She's Unable To Lunch Today)
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyOrchestra [Studio Orchestra] – Unknown ArtistTrombone – Tommy DorseyWritten-By – Porter
3:02
14Harlem On My Mind
Clarinet – Benny GoodmanPiano – Unknown ArtistTenor Saxophone – Unknown ArtistTrumpet – Bunny Berigan, Unknown ArtistViolin – Unknown Artist, Unknown ArtistWritten-By – Berlin
3:24
15Dinah
Banjo – Maceo JeffersonClarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Unknown ArtistClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Unknown ArtistConductor – Harry TateCornet – Horace HolmesDrums – Jesse BaltimoreOrchestra – Ethel Waters And Her Plantation OrchestraPiano – Lester ArmsteadTrombone – Joe King Tuba – Bill BenfordWritten-By – Akst, Young, Lewis
3:15
16Y' Had It Comin' To You
Alto Saxophone – William SteinerBass – Charlie TurnerClarinet – Castor McCordGuitar – Danny BarkerOrchestra – Eddie Mallory And His OrchestraPiano, Organ – Reg BeaneTrombone, Vibraphone – Tyree GlennTrumpet – Eddy Mallory, Shirley ClayWritten-By – Oakland, Lemer
2:15
17Come Up And See Me Sometime
Alto Saxophone – Unknown ArtistBass – Artie BernsteinClarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyDirected By – Victor YoungDrums – Stan KingGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Fulton McGrathTenor Saxophone – Unknown ArtistTrombone – Tommy DorseyTrumpet – Bunny Berigan, Sterling BoseViolin – Harry Hoffman, Joe VenutiWritten-By – Swanstrom, Alter
3:01
18Sweet Georgia Brown
Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Don RedmanCornet – Joe Smith Ensemble – Ethel Waters And Her Ebony FourPiano – Pearl WrightWritten-By – Bernie, Casey, Pinkard
3:08
19Ethel Sings 'Em
Piano – J.C. JohnsonWritten-By – Waters
3:16
20West End Blues
Piano – Clarence WilliamsWritten-By – Williams, Oliver
3:23
21Heat Wave
Clarinet – Benny GoodmanPiano – Unknown ArtistTenor Saxophone – Unknown ArtistTrumpet – Bunny Berigan, Unknown ArtistViolin – Unknown Artist, Unknown ArtistWritten-By – Berlin
2:58
22I Can't Give You Anything But Love
Bass – Wellman BraudClarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Fred GuyOrchestra – Duke Ellington And His OrchestraPiano, Directed By – Duke EllingtonSoprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesTrombone – Lawrence Brown, Joe "Tricky Sam" NantonTrumpet – Arthur Whetsol, Cootie Williams, Freddy JenkinsVocals [Male] – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – Fields - McHugh
3:03


Credits

  • Compiled By [Titles Selected By]Duncan Schiedt, Jerry Valburn, Johnny Simmen, Kurt Mohr, Preston Love
  • Liner NotesGraham Colombé
  • Reissue ProducerGilles Pétard
  • VocalsEthel Waters


Notes

Recorded in New York except track 2, Long Island City.
Recording dates, label cat. Nr and matrix Nr of initial issue:
Track 1: circa August 1921, Black Swan 2021, P-147-1
Track 2: circa June 1923, Black Swan 14154, ??
Track 3: May 13, 1925, Columbia 379-D, 140597-1
Track 4: October 20, 1925, Columbia 487-D, 141164-2
Track 5: December 23, 1925, Columbia 14116-D, 141429-1
Track 6: September 18, 1926, Columbia 14170-D, 142649-2
Track 7: August 21, 1928, Columbia 14353-D, 146873-1
Track 8: August 23, 1928, Columbia 14365-D, 146881-2
Track 9: May 14, 1929, Columbia 1837-D, 148532-2
Track 10: August 29, 1930, Columbia 2288-D, 150748-2
Track 11: June 16, 1931, Columbia 2481-D, 151613-3
Track 12: December 22, 1932, Brunswick 6517, B-12783-A
Track 13: December 22, 1932, Brunswick 6521, B-12784-A
Track 14: May 3, 1933, Brunswick 6564, B-13292-A
Track 15: July 18, 1933, Brunswick 6617, B-13565-A
Track 16: October 10, 1933, Columbia 2826-D, 152521-1
Track 17: October 10, 1933, Columbia 2826-D, 152522-2
Track 18: March 30, 1934, Brunswick 6885, B-14956-C
Track 19: August 20, 1934, Decca 140, 38349-A
Track 20: March 27, 1939, Bluebird B-10207, 035358-1
Track 21: August 15, 1939, Bluebird B-10415, 041552-1
Track 22: November 7, 1940, Liberty Music Shop L-311, P-29033-1

Unsure credits, according to booklet tracklist:
. Charlie Jackson on track 1
. Joe Smith and Don Redman on track 3
. May be Fletcher Henderson instead of Pearl Wright on track 3
. Manny Klein on track 9
. All musicians on track 14, and may be Chauncey Morehouse instead of Stan King
. Additional unknown alto and tenor saxes, Bunny Berigan and / or Sterling Bose, Joe Venuti and / or Harry Hoffman, Fulton McGrath or Joe Meresco on track 18
. Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey on track 19

Made in France. © 1994 Best Of Jazz Records.
Standard jewel-case, 12-page booklet and liner notes in English only.


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