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Jan Evensmo added an exhaustive and invaluable solography in the late 1990s, and Coover Gazdar published his Easy Swing discography at around that same time. I have endeavored here to point out those discrepancies, and - wherever possible - to attempt to make sense of them.Further, I have tried to detail primary sources for as much of this information as possible.Fortunately, both Benny Goodman and Count Basie recognized Wardell's genius, and he played a major role in the bands of both between 19. Russell Connor and Chris Sheridan, have covered these years in astonishing detail.
We decided to go ahead with this project, with hopes of accumulating as much knowledge as possible.In general, I have listed what I understand to be the first issue of each title as well as a few of the more recent and/or more readily available sources.The collector will find many of the titles listed long out of print.John Birks Dizzy Gillespie, Al Killian, Freddie Webster, Maurice Shorty Mc Connell (tp); Claude Jones, Howard Scott, James Trummy Young (tb); Albert Budd Johnson, Jimmy Powell (as); Wardell Gray, Thomas Crump (ts); Rudy Rutherford (bar); Clyde Hart (p); Connie Wainwright (g); Oscar Pettiford (b); Rossiere Shadow Wilson (d); William Clarence Billy Eckstine (voc).Bill Eckstein Waxes Blues For De Luxe Records NEW YORK, April 29---Billy Eckstein, currently at the Onyx Club, cut two vocal blues for De Luxe this week, Good Jelly Blues and I Stay in the Mood for You. (...) A second waxing session with Eckstein and the ork is set up for next week. Notice the identical personnel on I Got A Date With Rhythm which appears to have first been issued in October of 1945, when it was backed by I Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray by The Four Blues (MX# 148).
Also featured are performances by Garry Moore, Slim Gaillard, and the Loumell Morgan Trio, as well as a comedy skit performed by Ben Carter & Mantan Moreland.