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One mo' time

Title
One mo' time, 1980-03-01, 1st and 2nd performances [sound recording] / written and directed by Vernel Bagneris.
Publication
1980.

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Found In
Carl Seltzer collection of Eubie Blake recordings.
Description
2 sound discs : digital, stereo.; 4 3/4 in.
Alternative Title
  • One more time
  • Carl Seltzer Collection of Eubie Blake recordings.
  • He's funny that way.
  • Tiger rag.
  • Kitchen man.
  • Love.
  • Wait 'til you see my baby do the Charleston.
  • Muskrat Ramble.
  • Black bottom.
  • Louise.
  • Yes, yes.
  • New Orleans Hop scop blues.
  • What it takes to bring you back.
  • Everybody loves my baby.
  • Right key but the wrong key hole.
  • After you're gone.
  • Papa da da da.
  • Muddy waters.
  • Hot time in the old town.
  • My man blues.
Subjects
Note
  • Two different performances on the same day with slightly different songs.
  • Compact disc.
Access (note)
  • Access to original items restricted.
Performer (note)
  • Sandra Reaves-Phillips, Jackee Harry, Deborah Burrell, Vernel Bagneris, James "Red" Wilcher.
Event (note)
  • An evening of 1920's black vaudeville, recorded at the Village Gate (Off-Broadway Theatre), New York, N.Y., Mar. 1, 1980, 1st and 2nd performances.
Source (note)
  • Elaine Shipman (Seltzer);
Linking Entry (note)
  • Forms part of: Carl Seltzer collection of Eubie Blake recordings, *L(Special) 05-06.
Contents
  • CD 1 (1st performance): act 1 ( tracks 1-6). He's funny that way / Richard A. Whiting, [lyrics] and Neil Moret, [music] (2:51) ; Tiger rag (Original dixieland jazz) (3:09) ; Kitchen man / Razaf, Bellenda (4:31) ; Dialogue (0:29) ; Love / Smith (3:54) ; Wait 'til you see my baby do the Charleston / C. Todd, R. Simmons, C. Williams (2:43) -- Act 2 (tracks 7-18). Muskrat Ramble / [words and music by Ray Gilbert] and Edward "Kid" Ory (2:31) ; Black bottom / Ray Henderson, [De Sylva, Brown] (2:57) ; The party, Louise (4:47) ; Yes, yes / Smith (2:04) ; New Orleans Hop scop blues / George W. Thomas (2:01) ; What it takes to bring you back / S. Williams (2:34) ; Everybody loves my baby / composed by Spencer Williams, lyrics by Jack Palmer (2:25) ; The right key but the wrong key hole / Clarence Williams, Eddie Green (3:33) ; After you're gone / Creamer and Layton (2:04) ; Papa da da da / S. Williams, Todd, C. Williams (2:13) ; Muddy waters / DeRose, Richman, Trent (2:51) ; A hot time in the old town / Mertz (4:51)
  • CD 2 (2nd performance): act 1 (tracks 1-6). He's funny that way / Richard A. Whiting, [lyrics] and Neil Moret, [music] (2:52) ; Tiger rag (Original dixieland jazz) (3:15) ; Kitchen man / Razaf, Bellenda (4:30) ; Dialogue (0:21) ; Love / Smith (3:50) ; Wait 'til you see my baby do the Charleston / C. Todd, R. Simmons, C. Williams (2:33) -- Act 2 (tracks 7-17). Muskrat Ramble / [words and music by Ray Gilbert] and Edward "Kid" Ory (2:37) ; Black bottom / Ray Henderson, [De Sylva, Brown] (2:49) ; The party, Louise (4:41) ; Yes, yes / Smith (2:10) ; What it takes to bring you back / S. Williams (2:28) ; Everybody loves my baby / composed by Spencer Williams, lyrics by Jack Palmer (2:30) ; After you're gone / Creamer and Layton (2:00) ; My man blues / B. Smith (2:24) ; Papa da da da / S. Williams, Todd, C. Williams (1:58) ; Muddy waters / DeRose, Richman, Trent (2:48) ; A hot time in the old town / Mertz (4:56)
Call Number
*LDC 37756
OCLC
712598968
Title
One mo' time, 1980-03-01, 1st and 2nd performances [sound recording] / written and directed by Vernel Bagneris.
Imprint
1980.
Performer
Music performed by New Orleans Blue Serenaders (Morten Larsen, piano ; Harold Karabell, clarinet ; Kenneth Sara, drums ; Phil Musumeci, tuba ; John E. Lewis, trumpet ; Perfecto M. Lopez, guitar/banjo)
Cast
Sandra Reaves-Phillips, Jackee Harry, Deborah Burrell, Vernel Bagneris, James "Red" Wilcher.
Event
An evening of 1920's black vaudeville, recorded at the Village Gate (Off-Broadway Theatre), New York, N.Y., Mar. 1, 1980, 1st and 2nd performances.
Summary
Excerpts from the musical revue based on black vaudeville and set in the Lyric Theatre in New Orleans in 1926.
Access
Access to original items restricted.
Linking Entry
Forms part of: Carl Seltzer collection of Eubie Blake recordings, *L(Special) 05-06.
Source
Gift; Elaine Shipman (Seltzer); 2003-2006.
Added Author
Reaves-Phillips, Sandra, singer.
Jackée, 1956- singer.
Burrell, Deborah, singer.
Bagneris, Vernel, singer.
Wilcher, James, singer.
Larsen, Morten Gunnar, 1955- instrumentalist.
Karabell, Harold. Performer
Sara, Kenny. Performer
Musumeci, Phil. Performer
Lewis, John E. Performer
Lopez, Perfecto M. Performer
Bagneris, Vernel. One mo' time.
New Orleans Blue Serenaders. Performer
Shipman, Elaine. Donor
Added Title
One more time
Carl Seltzer Collection of Eubie Blake recordings.
He's funny that way.
Tiger rag.
Kitchen man.
Love.
Wait 'til you see my baby do the Charleston.
Muskrat Ramble.
Black bottom.
Louise.
Yes, yes.
New Orleans Hop scop blues.
What it takes to bring you back.
Everybody loves my baby.
Right key but the wrong key hole.
After you're gone.
Papa da da da.
Muddy waters.
Hot time in the old town.
My man blues.
Found In:
Carl Seltzer collection of Eubie Blake recordings.
Research Call Number
*LDC 37756
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