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PARAMOUNT HOT DANCE OBSCURITIES Volume 1

PARAMOUNT HOT DANCE OBSCURITIES Volume 1
£12.99
CD / Product Number: BDW8039

Rare sides recorded by the New York Recording Laboratories for issue on its Broadway and Paramount labels. Includes the best of the sides recorded by Bill Haid's Cubs and related bands such as the Midnight Serenaders, Castle Farms Serenaders and The Black Pirates. Extensive liner notes by Paramount researcher Alex van der Tuuk and 1920s jazz expert Joel O'Sickey.

Description

Zackie Moore's Illi-Noisy Seven
Unknown (t), (tb), (cl,as), (as,bar), (p), (bb), (d).
Chicago, c. September, 1927
1. Blue River
Bill Haid 's Cubs
Bill Haid (bjo,gtr) directing probably Bob Pope (t), probably Rex Downing (tb), probably Harold Thiell or John Thiell (as), unknown (ts), unknown (p), unknown (bb), unknown (d), George Moore (v).
Chicago, c. July, 1928
2.Slue Foot
3. I'm Walking Between The Raindrops
4. Lonely Little Bluebird 5.Blue Grass
6. Hold Everything Here Comes My Girl
7. Picking Cotton
Midnight Serenaders
Probably Andy Pedulla-Bill Mach (t), Frank Lhotak (tb), Eddie Obermiller (cl), Stanley Norris (as), Art Cope (cl,ts,vln), Benny Sans (p), Bill Haid, (bjo,gtr), Harry Tropper (bb), Tony Monico (d).
Chicago, c. July, 1928
8. When Sweet Susie Goes Stepping By
Bill Haid’s Cubs Personnel probably as above J. Allen (v).
Chicago, c. August, 1928
9. Tin Roof Blues
10. Crazy Rhythm
11. Blue Shadows
Similar unknown (v). - Chicago, c. August, 1928
12.Good Girl
Similar Diana Dell (v).- Chicago, c. August, 1928
13. Some Of These Days
Bill Haid (bjo,gtr) directing probably Bob Pope (t), unknown (tb), probably Harold Thiell or John Thiell (cl,as), unknown (ts), unknown (bcl) where noted, unknown (bsx) where noted, unknown (vln), unknown (p), unknown (bb), unknown (d), Diana Dell-George Moore (v).
Chicago, c. September, 1928
14. Taint So Honey Taint So
15. A Good Man Is Hard To Find
Bill Haid (bjo,gtr) directing probably Bob Pope (t), Rex Downing (tb), unknown (cl,as), unknown ts), unknown (bsx) where noted, unknown (p), unknown (vln), unknown (stg) where noted, probably Elmer Krebs (bb), possibly William Paley (d), Frank Wells-unknown (v).
Chicago, c. September, 1928
16. Shake It Down
17. Weary Weasel
18. Chili Blues
Bill Haid (bjo,gtr) directing probably Bob Pope (t), probably Rex Downing (tb), probably Harold Thiell or John Thiell (cl,as), (cl,ts), (p), (bb), (d), Diana Dell-Frank Wells (v).
Chicago, c. October, 1928
19. Tennessee Lazy (
20. High Up On A Hill-top (
21. You Took Advantage Of Me
The Black Pirates Probably a different group altogether, possibly drawn from Ray Miller’s Orchestra, composed of (t), (tb), (cl,as), (cl,ts), (p), probably Bill Haid (bjo,gtr), (bb), (d), H. Greenwood (v).
Chicago, c. October, 1928
22.My Old Girl’s My New Girl Now
23. Roll Up The Carpets
Bill Haid 's Cubs
Bill Haid (bjo,gtr) directing unknown (t), (tb), (cl,as), (cl,ts), (p), (bb), (d), Erwin Taylor (v).
Chicago, c. December, 1928
24.Me And The Man In The Moon
25. Where The Shy Little Violets Grow
Harold Menning and His Orchestra
Harold Menning (sb) dir. Ted Carlson (t), Abe Belling (t,mel), Jack Reseton (tb,arr), Norbert Stammer (cl,as,ts), John Garnett (cl,as,ss,ts,bar,arr), Hugo Weinfurter (cl,ts), Leo Steck (vln), Dick Decks Booth (p), Joe Daley (bjo,gtr), Harold Bud Pardee or Wilmer La Ford (d), Erwin Taylor (v).
Chicago, c. December, 1928
26. My Suppressed Desire