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Various - AIE (Americans In Europe 1933/1938) FLAC album


Performer: Various
Genre: Jazz
Title: AIE (Americans In Europe 1933/1938)
Country: Sweden
Style: Swing
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A1, A2 recorded in Paris, c. June 1933 A3 to A6 recorded in Paris, c. July 1933 A7, A8, B1 recorded in Paris, c. October 1933 B2, B3 recorded in Paris, December 7, 1933 B4 to B6 recorded in Paris, May-July 1934 B7, B8 recorded in Hilversum, April 1938. First volume of two, prequel to Various - AIE - Americans In Europe Volume 2 - 1931/1938.

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A1 Arthur Briggs Grabbin' Blues
Written-By [Uncredited] – Freddy Johnson
A2 Arthur Briggs Japanese Sandman
Written-By [Uncredited] – Raymond Egan, Richard Whiting
A3 Freddy Johnson, Arthur Briggs & Their All-Star Orchestra Sing About The Swanee
Written-By [Uncredited] – Fats Waller, Spencer Williams
A4 Freddy Johnson, Arthur Briggs & Their All-Star Orchestra My Baby's Gone
Written-By – Fats WallerWritten-By [Uncredited] – Spencer Williams
A5 Freddy Johnson, Arthur Briggs & Their All-Star Orchestra Sweet Georgia Brown
Written-By [Uncredited] – Maceo Pinkard, Mitchell Parish
A6 Freddy Johnson, Arthur Briggs & Their All-Star Orchestra Foxy And Grapesy
Written-By [Uncredited] – Freddy Johnson , Spencer Williams
A7 Freddy Johnson And His Harlemites Sweet Madness
Written-By [Uncredited] – Freddy Johnson
A8 Freddy Johnson And His Harlemites Harlem Bound
Written-By [Uncredited] – Freddy Johnson
B1 Freddy Johnson And His Harlemites I Got Rhythm
Written-By [Uncredited] – George & Ira Gershwin
B2 Freddy Johnson And His Harlemites I Got Rhythm
Written-By [Uncredited] – George & Ira Gershwin
B3 Freddy Johnson And His Harlemites Tiger Rag
Written-By [Uncredited] – Nick LaRocca
B4 Herman Chittison Honeysuckle Rose
Written-By [Uncredited] – Thomas Waller
B5 Herman Chittison You'll Be My Lover
Written-By [Uncredited] – Herman Chittison
B6 Herman Chittison Trees
Written-By [Uncredited] – Joyce Kilmer, Oscar Rasbach
B7 Bobby Martin And His All Star Orchestra Crazy Rhythm
Written-By [Uncredited] – Irving Caesar, Joseph Meyer, Roger Wolfe Kahn
B8 Bobby Martin And His All Star Orchestra Make Believe Ballroom
Written-By [Uncredited] – Andy Razaf, Paul Denniker

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Al Castellanos (tracks: A3 to A6), Booker Pittman (tracks: A7 to B3), Cle Saddler (tracks: A7 to B3), Ernest Purce (tracks: B7, B8), Glyn Paque (tracks: B7, B8), Peter Duconge (tracks: A3 to A6), Roy Butler (tracks: A7 to B3)
  • Arranged By – Ernest Purce (tracks: B8), Freddy Johnson (tracks: A3 to B3)
  • Baritone Saxophone – Ernest Purce (tracks: B7, B8), Roy Butler (tracks: A7 to B3)
  • Bass – Ernest Hill (tracks: B7, B8), Juan Fernandez (tracks: A3 to B3)
  • Clarinet – Booker Pittman (tracks: A7 to B3), Johnny Russell (tracks: B7, B8), Peter Duconge (tracks: A3 to A6)
  • Drums – Billy Taylor (tracks: A3 to B3), Kaiser Marshall (tracks: B7, B8)
  • Guitar – Bobby McRae (tracks: B7, B8), Sterling Conaway (tracks: A3 to B3)
  • Leader – Bobby Martin (tracks: B7, B8)
  • Piano – Freddy Johnson (tracks: A1 to B3), Roger Ramirez (tracks: B7, B8)
  • Tenor Saxophone – Alfred Pratt (tracks: A7 to B3), Frank "Big Boy" Goudie (tracks: A3 to A6), Johnny Russell (tracks: B7, B8)
  • Trombone – Billy Burns (tracks: A3 to B3, B7, B8), Herb Fleming (tracks: A7 to B3)
  • Trumpet – Arthur Briggs (tracks: A1 to B3), Bill Coleman (tracks: B7, B8), Bobby Jones* (tracks: A3 to B3), Bobby Martin (tracks: B7, B8), Jack Butler (tracks: B7, B8), Theodore Brock (tracks: A3 to A6)
  • Vocals – Louis Cole (tracks: A5, A6), Spencer Williams (tracks: A3, A4)

Notes

A1, A2 recorded in Paris, c. June 1933
A3 to A6 recorded in Paris, c. July 1933
A7, A8, B1 recorded in Paris, c. October 1933
B2, B3 recorded in Paris, December 7, 1933
B4 to B6 recorded in Paris, May-July 1934
B7, B8 recorded in Hilversum, April 1938

First volume of two, prequel to Various - AIE - Americans In Europe Volume 2 - 1931/1938

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
m-8008 Various AIE (Americans In Europe 1933/1938) ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Tax m-8008 Sweden Unknown