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Performer: Clarence Williams
Genre: Jazz
Title: Clarence Williams Rarities
Country: UK
FLAC version ZIP size: 1636 mb
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Clarence Williams (October 6, 1898 or October 8, 1893 – November 6, 1965) was an American jazz pianist, composer, promoter, vocalist, theatrical producer, and publisher. Williams was born in Plaquemine, Louisiana, ran away from home at age 12 to join Billy Kersands' Traveling Minstrel Show, then moved to New Orleans. At first, Williams worked shining shoes and doing odd jobs, but soon became known as a singer and master of ceremonies.

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The fifth CD in Classics' "complete" Clarence Williams program (all are highly recommended to collectors of 1920s jazz) has 22 selections from 11 separate recording sessions, all of the dates for a ten-month period. There are a pair of piano solos, two numbers in which Williams's vocals (including an eccentric "Farm Hand Papa") are backed by the great pianist James P. Johnson, and band performances featuring cornetists Ed Allen and King Oliver, clarinetists Buster Bailey and Arville Harris, trombonist Ed Cuffee, Coleman Hawkins and Benny.

Buster Bailey, Clarence Williams, Clarence Williams' Blue Five. Tracks count: 10. Views: 2. Clarence Williams - Baby, Won't You Please Come Home 02:50. Clarence Williams - I'm Busy, You Can't Come In 02:48. Clarence Williams - Would Ja?

Listen to music from Clarence Williams' Swing Band 1937 like It's Me, O Lord, Standin' in the Need of Prayer, Go Down, Moses & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Clarence Williams' Swing Band 1937.

Album · 2007 · 21 Songs. Clarence Williams & His Washboard Band. 4. Whoop It Up (2). 5. A Pane In the Glass. Clarence Williams' Jazz Kings. 6. Freeze Out. 7. Nervous Breakdown. 9. You've Got to Give Me Some. 10. I've Got What It Takes. 11. You Don't Understand.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Would Ja?
Written By – GuestWritten-By – Herzog*, Sherwin*
A2 Senagalese Stomp
Written-By – Todd*
A3 Mean Blues
Written-By – Art Gillhan*, Billy Smythe
A4 Pickin' On Your Baby
Written By – ReynoldsWritten-By – Jones*
A5 Shreveport Blues
Written By – Bootsy
A6 You Can't Shush Katie (The Gabbiest Girl In Town)
Written-By – Warren*, White*, Creamer*
A7 Baby, Won't You Please Come Home
Written By [Miscredited] – William WarfieldWritten-By – Clarence WilliamsWritten-By [Uncredited] – Charles Warfield
A8 Kansas City Man Blues
Written-By – Williams*, Johnson*
B1 Steamboat Days
Written-By – Clarence Williams
B2 Where That Old Man River Flows
Written By – Verges, West
B3 I'm Busy, You Can't Come In
Written-By – Clarence Williams
B4 Shout! Sister, Shout!
Written-By – Hill*, Williams*, Brymn*
B5 Organ Grinder Blues
Written-By – Clarence Williams
B6 Kentucky
Written-By – Williams*
B7 Close Fit Blues
Written-By – Williams*
B8 Mississippi Blues (Home Town Toddle)
Written-By – Williams*

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd.
  • Made By – Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd.

Credits

  • Banjo – Narcisse "Buddy" Christian* (tracks: A3, A5), Buddy Christian (tracks: A4, A6), Leroy Harris (tracks: A1, A2, A7, B3, B5, B7)
  • Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Albert Socarras* (tracks: B3, B5), Don Redman (tracks: A6), Russell Procope (tracks: B3, B5)
  • Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Arville Harris (tracks: A7, B3, B5, B7), Coleman Hawkins (tracks: A1, A2, A6), Prince Robinson (tracks: A8?, B2, B4, B6)
  • Cornet – Ed Anderson (tracks: B3, B5), Louis Metcalf (tracks: A7, B7), Tom Morris* (tracks: A3, A5)
  • Drums – Floyd Casey (tracks: B3)
  • Featuring, Clarinet – Buster Bailey (tracks: A1, A2)
  • Featuring, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Buster Bailey (tracks: B1, B6, B8)
  • Featuring, Clarinet, Sopranino Saxophone – Buster Bailey (tracks: A7, B7)
  • Featuring, Cornet – Ed Allen (tracks: A8, B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B8), Louis Armstrong (tracks: A4, A6), Tommy Ladnier (tracks: A1, A2)
  • Featuring, Guitar – Lonnie Johnson (tracks: A8)
  • Featuring, Soprano Saxophone – Sidney Bechet (tracks: A3 to A5)
  • Featuring, Vocals – Eva Taylor (tracks: A4, A6, B2, B4)
  • Jug – Clarence Williams (tracks: A8)
  • Liner Notes – Brian Rust, Eva Taylor Williams*
  • Piano – Clarence Williams (tracks: A1 to A7, B1 to B8), Unknown Artist (tracks: A8)
  • Trombone – Charlie Green (tracks: A6), Charlie Irvis (tracks: A4, A8?), Ed Cuffee (tracks: A7, B3, B5, B7), Jimmy Harrison (tracks: A1, A2), John Masefield (tracks: A3, A5)
  • Tuba – Cyrus St. Clair (tracks: A1, A2, A7, B3, B5, B7)
  • Washboard – Floyd Casey (tracks: B1, B2, B4, B6, B8)

Notes

All recordings made in New York:

[A3, A5]: c. November 14, 1923
[A4]: January 8, 1925
[A6]: October 26, 1925
[A1, A2]: December 10, 1926
[A7, B7]: September 23, 1927
[B3, B5]: September 20, 1928
[B1, B8]: February 14, 1929
[B2, B4]: July 20, 1930
[A8]: September 9, 1930
[B6]: November 11, 1930

A8 has (?) beside the trombone, (?) beside the clarinet/tenor, & unknown (piano)

Made and Printed in Great Britain

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped side A): X EX 675 -1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped side B): X EX 676 -1
  • Matrix / Runout ( Center label side A): XEX.675
  • Matrix / Runout ( Center label side B): XEX.676

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PMC 7049 Clarence Williams Clarence Williams Rarities ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) Parlophone PMC 7049 UK Unknown