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Clarence Williams - Clarence Williams, New Orleans Pioneer -- Great Original Performances 1923 To 1941 flac album

Clarence Williams - Clarence Williams, New Orleans Pioneer -- Great Original Performances 1923 To 1941 flac album Performer: Clarence Williams
Title: Clarence Williams, New Orleans Pioneer -- Great Original Performances 1923 To 1941
Released: 1999
MP3 album: 1463 mb
FLAC album: 1793 mb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: VQF MIDI WAV RA AHX VOX AU
Genre: Jazz

New Orleans Pioneer: Great Original Performances 1923-1944. Reverend Charlie Jackson. 2. I Can't Beat You Doin' What You're Doin' Me. Armand Piron, Clarence Williams. 3. Chizzlin' Sam. Clarence Williams. 4. Downhearted Blues. Lovie Austin, Alberta Hunter. Delaney, Tom Delaney. 6. You're Bound to Look Like a Monkey When You Get Old. Alex Hill, Clarence Williams. 7. A Pane in the Glass.

Carefree Freewheeling Rollicking Organic Playful Cheerful Happy. New Orleans Pioneer: Great Original Performances 1923-1944.

Clarence Williams (October 8, 1893 – November 6, 1965) was an American jazz pianist, composer, promoter, vocalist, theatrical producer, and publisher. 1. Candy Lips (I'm Stuck on You).

Clarence Williams, New Orleans Pioneer - Great Original Performances 1923 To 1941 ‎(CD, Comp, RM). CDS Records Limited. RPCD 637. Jimmy Rushing. Swings The Blues - Great Original Performances 1929 To 1946 ‎(CD, Comp, RM).

Clarence Williams himself recorded the song playing solo piano accompaniment to his wife Eva Taylor 1923 – "Charleston" is a jazz orchestration for the Charleston dance, composed by James P. Johnson with lyrics by Cecil Mack. 1923 – "Tin Roof Blues" is a jazz composition by George Brunies, Paul Mares, Ben Pollack, Leon Roppolo and Mel Stitzel of the New Orleans Rhythm Kings. The band first recorded the tune in 1923, and it became a major influence for later jazz groups. It is one of the early New Orleans jazz pieces most often played. Introduced by Mayo Methot in Great Day, the song became a hit even though the musical only lasted for 29 performances.

1 Clarence Williams' Jazz Kings – Candy Lips 2:43 2 Clarence Williams And Washboard Band – I Can't Beat You Doin' What You're Doin' Me 2:42 3 Williams' Jug Band – Chizzlin' Sam 3:07 4 Clarence Williams' Washboard Five – Log Cabin Blues 3:11 5 Clarence Williams' Novelty Band – You're Bound To Look Like A Monkey When You Get Ol.

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.

Jazzin' Babies Blues 12. 'Tain't Nobody's Business If I Do 13. New Orleans Hop Scop Blues 14. Oh Daddy! Blues 15.

Great Original Performances : 1926-1934. Go to artist profile. Hmm, it looks like we don’t know much about this album. King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band. Clarence Williams' Blue Five. Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Clarence Williams' Jazz Kings Candy Lips
Banjo – Leroy Harris Brass Bass – Cyrus St. ClairClarinet [probably] – Ben Whitted, Benny Moten Piano – Clarence Williams
2 Clarence Williams And His Washboard Band* I Can't Beat You Doin' What You're Doin' Me
Brass Bass – Cyrus St. ClairClarinet – Cecil ScottCornet – Ed AllenPiano, Vocals – Clarence WilliamsWashboard – Floyd Casey
3 Clarence Williams' Jug Band Chizzlin' Sam
Banjo, Guitar – Ikey RobinsonClarinet – Cecil ScottJug – Clarence WilliamsKazoo, Vocals – Clarence ToddPiano – Herman Chittison, Willie "The Lion" SmithVocals – Eva TaylorWashboard – Willie Williams
4 Bessie Smith Down Hearted Blues
Piano – Clarence WilliamsVocals – Bessie Smith
5 Clarence Williams' Washboard Five Log Cabin Blues
Brass Bass – Cyrus St. ClairClarinet – Buster BaileyCornet – Ed AllenPiano – Clarence WilliamsWashboard – Floyd Casey
6 Clarence Williams' Novelty Band You're Bound To Look Like A Monkey When You Get Old
Banjo – Ikey RobinsonClarinet – Cecil ScottJug, Vocals – Clarence WilliamsPiano – Herman Chittison
7 Clarence Williams And His Jazz Kings* A Pane In The Glass
Banjo – Leroy Harris Brass Bass – Cyrus St. ClairCornet – Ed Allen, Ed AndersonPiano – Clarence WilliamsReeds [probably] – Arville Harris, Russell ProcopeTrombone – Geechie Fields
8 Clarence Williams' Washboard Five Walk That Broad
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Arville HarrisCornet – Ed AllenPiano [probably 2nd p.] – Claude HopkinsPiano, Vocals – Clarence WilliamsWashboard – Floyd Casey
9 Clarence Williams And His Washboard Band* Trouble
Brass Bass – Cyrus St. ClairClarinet – Cecil ScottCornet – Ed AllenPiano, Vocals – Clarence WilliamsWashboard – Floyd Casey
10 Clarence Williams' Jug Band You Ain't Too Old
Banjo, Guitar – Ikey RobinsonClarinet – Cecil ScottJug – Clarence WilliamsKazoo, Vocals – Clarence ToddPiano – Herman Chittison, Willie "The Lion" SmithVocals – Eva TaylorWashboard – Willie Williams
11 Clarence Williams' Blue Seven Close Fit Blues
Banjo – Leroy Harris Brass Bass – Cyrus St. ClairClarinet [probably], Alto Saxophone [probably] – Arville Harris, Buster BaileyCornet – Louis MetcalfPiano – Clarence WilliamsTrombone – Charlie Irvis
12 Ethel Waters West End Blues
Piano – Clarence WilliamsVocals – Ethel Waters
13 Clarence Williams' Washboard Band* Lazy Mama
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Buster BaileyClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Arville HarrisCornet – Ed AllenPiano – Clarence WilliamsWashboard – Floyd Casey
14 Clarence Williams' Novelty Band He Wouldn't Stop Doin' It
Banjo – Ikey RobinsonClarinet – Cecil ScottJug, Vocals – Clarence WilliamsPiano – Herman Chittison
15 Clarence Williams' Washboard Band* Worn Out Blues
Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Prince RobinsonPiano – Clarence WilliamsTrumpet – Henry "Red" AllenWashboard – Floyd Casey
16 Clarence Williams And His Orchestra Chocolate Avenue
Clarinet – Cecil ScottCornet – Ed AllenPiano – Clarence WilliamsWashboard – Floyd Casey
17 Clarence Williams' Washboard Five Have You Ever Felt That Way?
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Arville HarrisCornet – Ed AllenPiano [probably 2nd p.] – Claude HopkinsPiano, Vocals – Clarence WilliamsWashboard – Floyd Casey
18 Clarence Williams And His Orchestra Organ Grinder Blues
Clarinet – Cecil ScottCornet – Ed AllenPiano – James P. Johnson*Vocals – Clarence Williams, Eva TaylorWashboard – Floyd Casey
19 Clarence Williams And His Orchestra Milk Cow Blues
Brass Bass – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Cecil ScottCornet – Ed AllenGuitar [probably] – Roy SmeckPiano – Clarence WilliamsTrombone [probably] – Wilbur De ParisWashboard – Bruce Johnson
20 Clarence Williams' Blue Five Thriller Blues
Double Bass – Wellman BraudGuitar – Grace Harper, Nathan BarlowPiano – Clarence Williams, James P. Johnson*Vocals – Eva Taylor

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CDS Records Limited
  • Copyright (c) – CDS Records Limited
  • Manufactured By – Louisiana Red Hot Records
  • Distributed By – Louisiana Red Hot Records
  • Remastered At – Robert Parker Digital Stereo Pty. Ltd.

Credits

  • Remastered By – Robert Parker

Notes

From booklet: "These stereo recreations achieve even greater realism when reproduced in surround sound."

Recording date, location, matrix, catalog number:
1. January 25, 1927, New York, 143349-2, Columbia 14193-D
2. June 28, 1934, New York, 15370-1, Vocalion 2788
3. August 7, 1933, New York, 152465-2, Columbia 2829-D
4. February 15, 1923, New York, 80863-5, Columbia A-3844
5. April 18, 1928, New York, 400621-B, OKeh 8572
6. May 22, 1930, New York, 404035-B, OKeh 8798
7. August 26, 1929, New York, 148940-3, Columbia 14460-D
8. September 26, 1928, New York, 401152-A, OKeh 8629
9. June 28, 1934, New York, 15371-1, Vocalion 2788
10. August 7, 1933, New York, 152468-2, Columbia 2863-D
11. September 23, 1927, New York, 81473-A, OKeh 8510
12. August 23, 1928, New York, 146881-2, Columbia 14365-D
13. May 22, 1929, New York, 53655-2, Victor V-38063
14. May 22, 1930, New York, 404034-A, OKeh 8798
15. April 23, 1930, New York, 403973-B, OKeh 8790
16. September 1, 1933, New York, 13938-1, Vocalion 2584
17. September 26, 1928, New York, 401153-A, OKeh 8629
18. July 6, 1934, New York, 15399-1, Vocalion 2871
19. March 7, 1935, New York, 16985-1, Vocalion 2927
20. October 22, 1941, New York, BS-071199-1, Bluebird B-11368

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 608691063320