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Various - Jazz Legends Album

Various - Jazz Legends Album

  • Performer: Various
  • Genre: Jazz / Blues
  • Title: Jazz Legends
  • Released: 1979
  • Style: Dixieland
  • Label: Poljazz
  • Catalog: Z-XL 0656-0666
  • Country: Poland
  • MP3 version size: 1097 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2428 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 345


1Tommy Ladnier And His Orch.Really The Blues
Written-By – Mezz Mezzrow
2 Vol. 10 - Jump & Kansas City
3Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot PeppersBlack Bottom Stomp
Written-By – Morton
4Scott JoplinOriginal Rags
Written-By – Joplin
5 Vol. 4 - Jazz Singers
6Jim Jackson , Tampa Red, Georgia TomJim Jackson's Jamboree, Part 1
Written By – Williams
7Jack Teagarden And His OrchestraJunk Man
Written-By – Loesser, Meyer
8Cripple Clarence LoftonBrown Skin Gal
Guitar – Big Bill BroonzyWritten-By – Lofton
9Dizzy Gillespie, Ken HagoodOopapada
10Bing CrosbyLouisiana
11Jim Jackson , Tampa Red, Georgia TomJim Jackson's Jamboree, Continued
Written By – Williams
12Count Basie's Kansas City SevenLester Leaps In
Written-By – Lester Young
13Jimmy Bertrand's Washboard WizardsLittle Bits
Written-By – Traditional
14Fletcher Henderson And His OrchestraSugar Foot Stomp (Dippermouth)
Written-By – King Oliver
15Nolan WelshBridwell Blues
Cornet – Louis ArmstrongPiano – Richard M. Jones
16Eddie Lang-Joe Venuti OrchestraBeale Street Blues
Written-By – W. C. Handy
17Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom StompersCome On And Stomp, Stomp, Stomp
18Sonny TerryFox Chase
19Margaret Johnson When A 'Gator Holler, Folks Say It's A Sign Of Rain
Band – Black & Blue Trio
20Bertha Chippie HillTrouble In Mind
21Charlie SpandHastings Street
Guitar, Voice – Blind BlakeWritten-By – Spand
22Kentucky GrasshoppersMakin' Friends
23Jay McShann OrchestraHootie Blues
Vocals – Walter BrownWritten-By – Charlie Parker, Jay McShann
24Cripple Clarence LoftonStrut That Thing
25Thomas Fats WallerHandful Of Keys
Written-By – Waller
26Jelly Roll Morton TrioMr. Jelly Lord
Written-By – Morton
27King Oliver's Creole Jazz BandWorking Man's Blues
Written-By – Joe Oliver
28Fletcher Henderson And His OrchestraMoney Blues
29Jimmy RushingDon't You Miss Your Baby?
30Earl HinesJust Too Soon
Written-By – Hines
31Sonny Terry, „Oh" RedHarmonica Breakdown (Hoe Down Dance)
Harmonica – Sonny TerryWashboard – „Oh" Red
32James Price JohnsonYou Can't Do What My Last Man Did
33Bessie SmithA Good Man Is Hard To Find
34George ThomasBaby Won't You Please Come Home?
35Chocolate DandiesBugle Call Rag
Written-By – Mares, Schoebel, Pettis
36 Vol. 10 - Boogie Woogie
37Fletcher Henderson And His OrchestraJackass Blues
Written-By – Kassel, Stitzel
38Fletcher Henderson And His OrchestraCopenhagen
Written-By – Davis, Melrose
39Jimmy YanceyHow Long Blues
40Blind Willie JohnsonLord I Just Can't Keep From Crying
41Erskine Tate's Vendome OrchestraStomp Off, Let's Go!
42Duke Ellington And His OrchestraHot And Bothered
Vocals – Baby CoxWritten-By – Ellington
43Jimmy YanceyYancey Stomp
Written-By – Yancey
44Andy Kirk And His Clouds Of JoyFroggy Bottom
Written-By – Williams
45Baby CoxThe Mooche
46Louis Armstrong With His Hot FiveI'm Not Rough
47Frankie Newton's OrchestraThe World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
Written-By – E. Seitz, E. Lockhart
48Chicago Rhythm KingsThere'll Be Some Changes Made
Written-By – Higgins, Overstreet
49Ben Pollack And His Park Central Orch.Buy, Buy For Baby (Or Baby Will Bye Bye You)
Vocals – Belle MannWritten-By – Caesar, Meyer
50Doc ReeseOl Hannah (Prison Work Song)
51Duke Ellington And His Kentucky Club OrchestraThe Creeper
Written-By – Duke Ellington
52Jimmie Lunceford And His Chickasaw SyncopatorsIn Dat Mornin'
Vocals – Moses Allen
53Paul Mares And His Friars' Society OrchestraMaple Leaf Rag
Written-By – Scott Joplin
54Bennie Moten's Kansas City OrchestraToby
Written-By – Buster Moten, Eddie Barefield
55Gertruda "Ma" Rainey With Her Tub Jug Washboard BandHear Me Talking To You
Written-By – Gertruda "Ma" Rainey
56Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot PeppersKansas City Stomps
Written-By – Morton
57Joe Jones - Carl Smith Inc.Boogie Woogie
Vocals – Jimmy RushingWritten-By – Pinetop Smith
58Cab CallowayMargie
59Duke Ellington And His OrchestraHarlem River Quiver
Written-By – Duke Ellington
60Ella FitzgeraldOrgan Grinder's Swing
61King Oliver And His Dixie SyncopatorsSugarfoot Stomp (Dippermouth Blues)
Written-By – King Oliver
62Dizzy Gillespie And His SextetGroovin' High
Written-By – Gillespie
63Miff Mole And His MolersOriginal Dixieland One Step
Written-By – Nick LaRocca
64Charlie Johnson And His OrchestraThe Boy In The Boat
65Champion Jack DupreeMexico Reminiscences
Written-By – Dupree
66Scrapper BlackwellDown South (Blues)
67Jimmy Blythe And His RagamuffinsMessin' Around
Vocals – Trixie SmithWritten-By – Hartzell S. Parham
68King Oliver's Creole Jazz BandHigh Society
Written-By – Porter Steele
69Two Gospel KeysI Can't Feel At Home (Spiritual)
70Henry Red Allen And His New YorkersIt Should Be You
71Pops Foster, Omer Simeon, James Price JohnsonBlues For Lorenzo (Creole)
Bass – Pops FosterClarinet – Omer SimeonPiano – James P. Johnson
72Mc Kenzie - Condon ChicagoansSugar
Written-By – Alexander, Pinkard, Mitchell
73Dallas Jug BandBottle It Up And Go
Written-By – Traditional
74McKinney's Cotton PickersFour Or Five Times
Vocals – Dave Wilborn, George ThomasWritten-By – Gay, Hellman
75Gertrude PerkinsNo Easy Rider Blues
76James Price JohnsonSnowy Morning Blues
Written-By – Johnson
77Johnny Dodds And His OrchestraHeah Me Talkin' To Ya
Written-By – Lil Hardin
78Meade Lux LewisSpecial No. 1
Written-By – Lewis
79Ma RaineyTraveling Blues
80The Stomp SixEverybody Loves My Baby
Written-By – Jack Palmer , Spencer Williams
81The New Orleans Rhythm KingsTiger Rag
Written-By – Original Dixieland Jazz Band
82Mc Kenzie - Condon ChicagoansNobody's Sweetheart
Written-By – Meyers, Schoebel, Erdman, Kahn
83Fats Waller And His BuddiesHarlem Fuss
Written-By – Fats Waller
84Fats Waller And His RhythmSqueeze Me
Written-By – Razaf, Waller
85King Oliver's Creole Jazz BandSouthern Stomps
Written-By – King Oliver
86Louis Armstrong And His OrchestraKnockin' A Jug
Written-By – Condon, Armstrong
87Bix Beiderbecke And His GangSomebody Stole My Gal
Written-By – L. Wood
88Clarence Williams' Blue FivePapa De-Da-Da
Vocals – Eva TaylorWritten-By – Clarence Williams
89Jelly Roll MortonDoctor Jazz
90Fletcher Henderson And His OrchestraDown South Camp Meetin'
Written-By – Oliver
91 Vol. 9 - Piano
92Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orch.Moten's Swing
Written-By – B. Moten
93Gertruda Ma Rainey And Her Georgia BandMisery Blues
94King Oliver's Jazz BandSweet Lovin' Man
Written-By – Hardin, Melrose
95Freddie Keppard's Jazz CardinalsStockyards Strut
96Bessie SmithMean Old Bed Bug Blues
Guitar – Lincoln ConawayPiano – Porter Grainger
97Johnny Dodd's Washboard BandBucktown Stomp
98Louis Armstrong And His Hot FiveBig Butter And Egg Man From The West
Vocals – Louis Armstrong, May AlixWritten-By – Armstrong, Venable
99Bix Beiderbecke And His GangMargie
Written-By – B. Davies, Conrad, J. R. Robinson
100Billie HolidaySugar
101The Charleston ChasersBeale Street Blues
Vocals – Jack TeagardenWritten-By – W. C. Handy
102Jelly Roll Morton's QuartetMournful Serenade (Chimes Blues)
Written-By – King Oliver
103 Vol. 5 - Chicago
104Fats Waller, Una Mae CarlisleI Can't Give You Anything But Love
105Champion Jack DupreeJitterbug
106Bessie TuckerPenitentiary Blues
107Jimmie Noone's Apex Club OrchestraFour Or Five Times
Written-By – Gay, Hellman
108 Vol. 2 - The Blues
109Pete JohnsonLet "Em Jump
Written-By – Johnson
110Bunk Johnson Original Superior BandDown By The River
Written-By – Traditional
111Ivy AndersonIt Don't Mean A Thing
112 Vol. 6 - Chicago
113Blind Willie JohnsonDark Was The Night
114The New Orleans Rhythm KingsMilneburg Joys
Written-By – Morton, Rappolo, Mares
115New Orleans BootblacksI Can't Say
Written-By – Louis Armstrong
116Original Tuxedo Jazz OrchestraCareless Love
Written-By – W. C. Handy
117Jess Stacy TrioBarrelhouse
Written-By – Stacy
118Mc Kenzie - Condon ChicagoansChina Boy
Written-By – Winfree, Boutelje
119The Dixie FourKentucky Stomp
120Brownie Mc Ghee, Leadbelly, Sonny TerryJohn Henry (Work Song)
121Albert Wynn's Creole Jazz BandParkway Stomp
122Jelly Roll Morton TrioWolverine Blues
Written-By – Morton
123Louis Armstrong And His Hot FiveFireworks
Written-By – Williams
124Champion Jack DupreeSlow Boogie
125Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orch.Kansas City Breakdown
126Dallas String BandDallas Rag
127New Orleans FeetwarmersMaple Leaf Rag
Arranged By – Joe JordanWritten-By – Joplin
128Sam Morgan's Jazz BandBogalusa Strut
Written-By – Morgan
129Helen O'ConnellKeep A Knockin'
130Bunny Berigan And His Blue BoysI'm Coming Virginia
Written-By – Don Heywood, Will Marion Cook
131Ollie Power's Harmony SyncopatorsPlay That Thing
132Jelly Roll MortonTom Cat Blues
Written-By – Morton
133Chicago Rhythm KingsTennessee Twilight
134Jelly Roll Morton's Stomp KingsBig Fat Ham
Written-By – Morton
135Joe SullivanLittle Rock Getaway
Written-By – Sullivan
136Vera HallBlack Woman
137Frank Teschemacher's ChicagoansJazz Me Blues
Written-By – Delaney
138Dallas Jug BandYou Gotta Have That Thing
139Albert AmmonsSt. Louis Blues
Written-By – W. C. Handy
140Blind Lemon JeffersonBlack Snake Moan
141Ory's Sunshine OrchestraOry's Creole Trombone
Written-By – Kid Ory
142King Oliver's Creole Jazz BandSnake Rag
Written-By – King Oliver
143Huddie LeadbellyJuliana Johnson (Axe Cutting Song)
144Leo WatsonJingle Bells
145Meade Lux LewisHonky Tonk Train
Written-By – Lewis
146Rev. J.M. Gates With CongregationDry Bones (Negro Sermon)
147 Vol. 7 - New York (1922-1934)
148Luis Russell And His OrchestraSaratoga Shout
149The New Orleans WanderersPerdido Street Blues
Written-By – Louis Armstrong
150Count Basie's Kansas City SevenDickie's Dream
Written-By – Basie, Young
151Louis Armstrong And His Hot SevenKeyhole Blues
Written-By – W. Wilson
152Eddie Condon And His Orch.Home Cooking
Written-By – Condon
153Frankie Trumbauer And His OrchestraMississippi Mud
Written-By – Harry Barris
154The Chocolate DandiesOnce Upon A Time
Written-By – Benny Carter
155Charles Pierce And His OrchestraSister Kate
Written-By – Armstrong
156The Red Onion Jazz BabiesCake Walking Babies (From Home)
Written-By – Smith, Williams, Troy
157New Orleans Rhythm KingsSweet Lovin' Man
Written-By – Hardin, Melrose
158 Vol. 8 - Big Bands Before 1935 (1924-1925)
159Mary Lou WilliamsLibra
Written-By – Williams
160The Cotton PickersI Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
Written-By – Armstrong
161Lennie Tristano TrioBlues
Written-By – Tristano
162 Vol. 3 - New Orleans
163 Vol. 1 - The South
164The Little Chocolate DandiesSix Or Seven Times
Written-By – Waller, Mills
165King Oliver's Creole Jazz BandDippermouth Blues
Written-By – King Oliver
166 Vol. 11 - Addenda
167Jelly Roll MortonNew Orleans Blues (Joys)
Written-By – Morton
168Jim Jam Band38 Slug
169Louisiana Rhythm KingsBasin Street Blues
Written-By – Spencer Williams
170Bunk Johnson Brass BandDidn't He Ramble
Written-By – Traditional
171Louis ArmstrongAll Of Me
172Wolverine OrchestraJazz Me Blues
Written-By – Tom Delaney


  • Artwork By – Andrzej Iwanicki
  • Edited ByFrederic Ramsey Jr.
  • EngineerAndrzej Lipiński, Leszek Wójcik
  • Executive Producer – Marek Cabanowski
  • Supervised ByAndrzej Zarębski


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Edycja specjalna
PSP „Gryf“ W-wa C-88 Zam. 463-464/79 Nakł. 1500 [Printing signature]
[Distributed for members of "Record Club" of Polish Jazz Society]


  • Rights Society: BIEM
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Reissue of the "Jazz" series from the 50s on Folkways