|A1||–Leadbelly||Rock Island Line|
|A2||–Leadbelly||Eagle Rock Rag|
|A3||–Zutty Singleton's Trio||Lulu's Mood|
|A4||–Zutty Singleton's Trio||Barney's Bounce|
|B1||–Zutty Singleton's Creole Band||Crawfish blues|
|B2||–Eddie Miller's Crescent City Quartet||Cajun Love Song|
|B3||–Nappy Lamare's Louisiana Levee Loungers||At The Jazz Band Ball|
|B4||–Nappy Lamare's Louisiana Levee Loungers||High Society|
|CE-16||Various||The History Of Jazz Vol. 1 - The 'Solid' South (5xShellac, 10", Album, Comp)||Capitol Records||CE-16||US||1945|
|H-239||Various||The History Of Jazz Vol.1 - The 'Solid' South (10", Album, Comp, Mono)||Capitol Records||H-239||US||Unknown|
|H 239||Various||The History Of Jazz Vol. 1 - The 'Solid' South (10", Album)||Capitol Records||H 239||US||1950|
|H 239||Various||The History Of Jazz Vol. 1 - The 'Solid' South (10", Album)||Capitol Records||H 239||US||Unknown|
|ALBUM EBF-239||Various||The History Of Jazz Vol. 1 - The 'Solid' South (2x7", Album, Comp)||Capitol Records||ALBUM EBF-239||US||Unknown|
|A1||–King Oliver's Dixie Syncopators*||Aunt Hagar's Blues
Written-By – Handy*
|A2||–Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom Stompers||Wild Man Blues
Written-By – Morton*, Armstrong*
|A3||–Jimmie Noone And His Apex Club Orchestra*||My Monday Date
Written-By – Hines*
|A4||–Trixie Smith||He May Be Your Man But He Comes To See Me
Written By – Bradford, Fowler
|A5||–Red Nichols And His Five Pennies||That's No Bargain
Written-By – Nichols*
|A6||–Jelly Roll Morton||King Porter Stomp
Written-By – Morton*
|A7||–Pinetop Smith*||Pinetop's Boogie Woogie
Written-By – Clarence Smith*
|B1||–James P. Johnson*||You've Got To Be Modernistic
Written-By – Johnson*
|B2||–Benny Goodman And His Boys*||Muskrat Ramble
Written-By – Ory*
|B3||–Joe Venuti - Eddie Lang All Stars*||Farewell Blues
Written-By – Schoebel*, Rappolo*, Mares*
|B4||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||East St. Louis Toddle-O
Written By – MileyWritten-By – Ellington*
|B5||–The Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra*||St. Louis Blues
Written-By – Handy*
|B6||–Glen Gray And The Casa Loma Orchestra*||Chinatown, My Chinatown
Written By – Jerome, Schwartz
|B7||–Andy Kirk And His Twelve Clouds Of Joy*||Walkin' And Swingin'
Written By – Williams
|87 014, 87014||Various||History Of Jazz Volume 1 (LP, Comp, Mono)||Brunswick, Brunswick||87 014, 87014||France||Unknown|
|87 014 LPBM, LPBM 87 014||Various||History Of Jazz Volume 1 (LP, Comp, Mono, RE)||Brunswick, Brunswick||87 014 LPBM, LPBM 87 014||Germany||1962|
Compiled by Leonard Feather as a recorded counterpart of "The Encyclopedia Of Jazz" published by Horizon Press, In. New York Présentée Par François Postif. Rights Society: BIEM. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.History Of Jazz Volume 1 (LP, Comp, Mono, RE). Brunswick, Brunswick. 87 014 LPBM, LPBM 87 014.
Compilation album series by Various artists. Ever! Compilation album series by. Various artists. 2 List of compilations. Ever! . Volume 1 (1995). Volume 1 (2001). US repackage of Volume 1 (2003). Volumes I & II (2003). Whilst Air Guitar III proclaimed to be the final volume, the liner notes written by May in The Best of the Best start with "OK, we lied Ever!, a compilation released in May 2000 of songs from current and famous TV adverts which was released just days after the "100 Greatest TV Ads" poll from Channel 4 and The Sunday Times aired on the former.
Volume 1 is the debut studio album by American alternative rock band CKY. Recorded at The Ground Hog Studios in Holland, Pennsylvania, it was produced, engineered and mixed by guitarist Chad I Ginsburg, and originally released on February 27, 1999 by Distant Recordings and Teil Martin International. Since its initial release under the title Camp Kill Yourself, the album has been reissued a number of times by various record labels with different titles and album covers.
The 1940s were a pivotal decade for jazz. As they began, jazz was very much a popular music, with even the increasingly advanced work of Duke Ellington & Coleman Hawkins meeting with great popular approval. By 1949, the music had clearly been divided into populist and art camps. Although Document is positioned as a specialist label, the music heard here is of such high quality, and enough contrast exists between the various artists, that this disc makes both an excellent item for the completist and a very satisfying sampler for anybody new to this era of jazz and blues. There’s a lot of music in this vein to explore, and this disc is as good a general introduction as any. Track Listing: (21 tracks, 60 minutes 11 seconds). Personnel: Albinia Jones, Helen Humes, Ethel Waters, Rosetta Tharpe, Betty Roch.
The first 7-8 numbers of "Early Years" disc 1 dont have great sound quality since recording was a new science at the time. But begining with cut 9 - Trumbauer and Beiderbecke's Carinet Marmalade, the quality improves.
Artist Various Title Golden Years of Jazz - Vol. 9 Release Date 1997-03-17 Label: EMI Records Number of Discs 1. Read full description. See details and exclusions. item 4 JAZZ COMPILATION : THE GOLDEN YEARS OF JAZZ - VOLUME 9 : CD Album -JAZZ COMPILATION : THE GOLDEN YEARS OF JAZZ - VOLUME 9 : CD Album. item 5 the golden years of jazz volume 6 issued 1997 prestige records vg cond -the golden years of jazz volume 6 issued 1997 prestige records vg cond. Various Artists-The Golden Years of Jazz Vo. (CD 1998).
This album has an average beat per minute of 115 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 59/160 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Jazz - No Jazz, Volume 1. Album starts at 99BPM, ends at 59BPM (-40), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Marc Berthoumieux. Jazz - No Jazz, Volume 2. 2004.
PLAY ALL. Jazz Jazz Jazz, Volume 1. Released by SINETONE AMR Sep 2009 13 Tracks.