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Frog Spawn - The First Batch

Frog Spawn - The First Batch
CD / Product Number: DGF71

The First in a new Frog Series, FROG SPAWN. Red Hot Rarities, Alternate takes, unissued masters, one-off sides and sleepers!
They are the recordings that time forgot - but that collectors have called out for. A testament to the great music from King Oliver and his Orchestra, Earl Hines and his Orchestra, Thomas Morris and his Seven Hot Babies, Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra, Paul Davis and his Orchestra, Texas Blues Destroyers, Frankie Franco and his Louisianians (who included Punch Miller!), The Dixie Stompers. William Bailey, Matson's Lucky Seven, The Troy Harmonists, Jackson and his Southern Stompers, Eubie Blake and his Orchestra, Dicky Wells' Shim Shammers and the Blue Rhythm Orchestra. A must for serious collectors!


King Oliver and His Orchestra
1. Frankie and Johnny
2. Olga
3. You Were Only Passing Time With Me
Earl Hines and His Orchestra
4. Beau Koo Jack
Thomas Morris and His Seven Hot Babies
5. The Mess
Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra
6. Clarinet Marmalade
Paul Davis and His Orchestra
7. Black and Tan Fantasy
Texas Blues Destroyers
8. Lenox Avenue Shuffle
9. Down In The Mouth Blues
The Blue Rhythm Orchestra
10. Keep Your Temper
11. Santa Claus Blues
12. Hold ‘Er, Deacon
Frankie Franko and His Louisianians
13. Golden Lily Blues
The Dixie Stompers
14. Hi-Diddle-Diddle
William Bailey
15. Pa Pa De Da-Da
16. Squeeze Me
Matson’s Lucky Seven
17. Lawdy Lawdy Blues
18. Jail House Blues
The Troy Harmonists
19. Great Scott
Jackson and His Southern Stompers
20. Dusky Stevedore
21. Take Your Tomorrow (Give Me Today)
Eubie Blake and His Orchestra
22. Thumpin’ and Bumpin’
23. Little Girl
24. My Blue Days Blew Over
Dicky Wells’ Shim Shammers
25. Baby, Are You Satisfied?