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The sound of Harlem.

The sound of Harlem.
[New York] : Columbia, [1964]

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AudioUse in library Sc RE-8245Schomburg Center - Moving Image & Recorded Sound


Additional Authors
  • Hoefer, George
  • Smith, Mamie.
  • Blake, Eubie, 1887-1983.
  • Saunders, Gertrude.
  • Brymn, J. Tim, 1881-1946.
  • Johnson, James P. (James Price), 1894-1955.
  • Wilson, Edith, 1896-1981.
  • Dunn, Johnny, 1897-1937.
  • Fowler, Lemuel.
  • Morris, Thomas, 1898-
  • Moore, Monette.
  • Williams, Fess, 1894-1975.
  • Williams, Te Roy.
  • Henderson, Fletcher, 1897-1952.
  • Smith, Bessie, 1894-1937.
  • Tibbs, Leroy.
3 audio discs (144 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono; 12 in. +
Series Statement
  • Jazz odyssey ; v. III
  • Jazz archive series
Uniform Title
Jazz odyssey ; v. 3.
Alternative Title
Schomburg Center LP record collection
  • The booklet accompanying the audio discs chronicles the years 1920-1940 of the music and jazz clubs of Harlem that are featured in the audio recordings. The text by George Hoefer provides a detailed and compelling history of the musicians featured and the clubs in which they perfomed, as well as an extensive discography.
Event (note)
  • Recorded between 1920-1942.
Linking Entry (note)
  • Forms part of the Schomburg Center LP record collection (Jazz odyssey, v. 3 indexed in Sc RE-Compilations)
  • Disc 1. Crazy blues (Mamie Smith and her Jazz Hounds) (3:26) -- Sounds of Africa (Eubie Blake, piano solo) (3:09) -- I'm craving for that kind of love (Gertrude Saunders with Tim Brymn and his Black Devil Orchestra) (3:18) -- Keep off the grass (James P. Johnson) (3:04) -- Satisfied blues (Lemuel Fowler, piano solo) (2:50) -- Original Charleston strut (Thomas Morris and his Past Jazz Masters) (2:48) -- Down in the mouth blues (Texas Blues Destroyers) (3:12) -- In Harlem's Araby (The Get Happy Band) (3:09) -- Take it easy (Monette Moore) (3:09) -- Keep your temper (Gulf Coast Seven) (2:54) -- Make me know it (Fess Williams and his Royal Flush Savoy Orchestra) (3:07) -- Lindbergh hop (Roy Williams and his orchestra) (2:38) --Livery stable blues (Fletcher Henderson and his orchestra) (2:43) -- Standing in the rain blues (Bessie Smith) (2:53) -- One o'clock blues (Leroy Tibbs and his Connie's Inn Orchestra) (3:04).
  • Disc 2. Sgt. Durn's bugle call blues (Johnny Dunn and his band) (2:56) -- Do what you did last night (Ethel Waters) (2:37) -- Ain't misbehavin' (Louis Armstrong and his orchestra) (3:19) -- Funny feathers (Victoria Spivey) (3:14) -- New call of the freaks (Luis Russell and his orchestra) (3:10) -- Red beans and rice (Gladys Bentley) (2:58) -- My particular man (Alberta Hunter) (3:02) -- He wouldn't stop doing it (The Hokum Trio) (2:13) -- Double check stomp (Mills Ten Blackberries) (3:21) -- Oh, Mr. Mitchell (Clara Smith) (2:44) -- Texas twist (Mattie Hite) (2:53) -- Horse feathers (Cliff Jackson and his Crazy Kats) (2:45) -- Hot lovin' (Clarence Williams and his orchestra) (2:53) -- Draggin' My poor heart around (Thomas "Fats" Waller and his hot piano) (3:16) -- My man o' war (Lena Wilson) (3:04) -- Take [i.e. Keep] your hand off my mojo (Grant and Wilson) (2:52).
  • Disc 3. Corrine, Corrina (Cab Calloway and his orchestra) (3:03) -- Chant of the weed (Harlna Lattimore and his Connie's Inn Orchestra) (3:12) --Memories of you (Garland Wilson, piano solo) (3:02) -- Oh lady be good (Buck and Bubbles) (3:25) -- Baby ain't you satisfied (Dicky Wells' Shim Shammers) (3:23) -- Wild waves (Baron Lee and his Blue Rhythm Orchestra) (3:16) -- Let's get together (Chick Webb's Savoy Orchestra) (3:06) -- Blue rhythm fantasy (Teddy Hill and his orchestra) (2:50) -- Uproar shout (Erskine Hawkins and his 'Bama State Collegians) (3:07) -- Brittwood stomp (Frankie Newton and his Uptown Serenaders) (2:43) -- You can't be mine (Billy Holiday and her orchestra) (2:33) -- When lights are low Benny Carter and his orchestra) (2:51) -- Sweet Lorraine (Teddy Wilson and his orchestra) (2:31) -- It's time to jump and shout (Jimmie Lunceford and his orchestra) (2:55) -- Epistrophy (Cootie Williams and his orchestra) (2:31).
Call Number
Sc RE-8245
The sound of Harlem.
[New York] : Columbia, [1964]
Type of Content
performed music
Type of Medium
Type of Carrier
audio disc
Jazz odyssey ; v. III
Jazz archive series
Jazz odyssey ; v. 3.
Various jazz and blues ensembles.
Recorded between 1920-1942.
Linking Entry
Forms part of the Schomburg Center LP record collection (Jazz odyssey, v. 3 indexed in Sc RE-Compilations)
Added Author
Hoefer, George, author.
Smith, Mamie. Performer
Blake, Eubie, 1887-1983. Performer
Saunders, Gertrude. Performer
Brymn, J. Tim, 1881-1946. Performer
Johnson, James P. (James Price), 1894-1955. Performer
Wilson, Edith, 1896-1981. Performer
Dunn, Johnny, 1897-1937. Performer
Fowler, Lemuel. Performer
Morris, Thomas, 1898- Performer
Moore, Monette. Performer
Williams, Fess, 1894-1975. Performer
Williams, Te Roy. Performer
Henderson, Fletcher, 1897-1952. Performer
Smith, Bessie, 1894-1937. Performer
Tibbs, Leroy. Performer
Added Title
Schomburg Center LP record collection
Publisher No.
C3L 33 Columbia (set and booklet)
CL 2160 Columbia (disc 1)
CL 2161 Columbia (disc 2)
CL 2162 Columbia (disc 3)
Research Call Number
Sc RE-8245
Sc RE-Compilations, Jazz odyssey, Vol. 3, The Sound of Harlem
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