Montag, 21. Dezember 2009




   

















MARY LOU WILLIAMS DISCOGRAPHY
compiled by Michael Frohne





JEANNETTE’S SYNCO JAZZERS
Henry McCord, tp; Bradley Bullett, tb; John Williams, as + bass-sax; Mary Leu Burley (Mary Lou Williams), p; Joe Williams banjo; Robert Price, dr; Jeannette James voc

Chicago, January , 1927

4117-2 MIDNIGHT STOMP (2:42) Paramount 12470, Arcadia 2006 , Classics (F) 630, 70630, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
4119-1 DOWNHEARTED MAMA (jj vcl) Para 12470, Arcadia 2006
4124-3 THE BUMPS (2:27) Paramount 12451, Historical HLP 20, Herwin 110 , Classics (F) 630, 70630
4125-2 WHAT’S THAT THING (jj vcl) Para 12451, Hist HLP20, Herwin 110

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Paramount 12470, 12451

(12’) Arcadia 2006 entitled THE TERRITORIES Volume 1 JOHN WILLIAMS - ANDY KIRK
Historical HLP 20
Herwin 110 entitled PARAMOUNT
(CD) Classics (F) 630 = 70630 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1927 – 1940
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Arcadia 2006
Herwin 110
Classics (F) 70630
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141











Acrobat FADCD 2046



JOHN WILLIAMS‘ SYNCO JAZZERS
Henry McCord, tp; Bradley Bullett, tb; John Williams, as + bass-sax; Mary Leo Burley (Mary Lou Williams), p; Joe Williams, banjo; Robert Price, dr.

Chicago, February , 1927

4187-2 DOWN IN GALLION (3:13) Paramount 12457, Riverside RLP 1040, London (GB) AL 3533, Arcadia 2006, Historical Records ASC-6, Classics (F) 630, 70630, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
4188-1,2 GOOSE GREASE (3:16) Paramount 12457, Riverside RLP 1040, London (GB) AL 3533, Arcadia 2006, Classics (F) 630, 70630

Note: according to liner notes of London (GB) AL 3533 on this issue 4188-2 of „GOOSE GREASE“ was used.

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Paramount 12457
Riverside RLP 1040 entitled COLLECTOR'S ITEMS Volume 2

London (GB) AL 3533 entitled 8 RARE AND OUTSTANDING EXAMPLES OF EARLY JAZZ (var)
Arcadia 2006 entitled THE TERRITORIES Volume 1 JOHN WILLIAMS – ANDY KIRK
(12‘) Historical Records ASC-6 entitled RARE BANDS OF THE 20‘s VOL:3
(CD) Classics (F) 630 = 70630 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1927 – 1940
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Riverside RLP 1040
London (GB) AL 3533
Arcadia 2006
Classics (F) 70630

 Acrobat FADCD 2046



JOHN WILLIAMS‘ SYNCO JAZZERS
Henry McCord, tp; Bradley Bullett, tb; John Williams, as + bs; Mary Leo Burley (Mary Lou Williams), p; Joe Williams, banjo; Robert Price, dr.

Chicago, March 1, 1927

12615-B MY! MY! MY! Gennett unissued
12616 KANSAS CITY YELLOW FRONT Gennett unissued


JOHN WILLIAMS‘ SYNCO JAZZERS
Henry McCord, tp; Bradley Bullett, tb; John Williams, as + bs; Mary Leo Burley (Mary Lou Williams), p; Joe Williams, banjo; Robert Price, dr.

Chicago, March 3, 1927

12620-A TIGER RAG Gennett unissued
12621-A SOMEDAY SWEETHEART Gennett unissued



JOHN WILLIAMS‘ SYNCO JAZZERS
Henry McCord, tp; Brasley Bullett, tb; John Williams, as + bs; Mary Leo Burley (Mary Lou Williams), p; Joe Williams, b; Robert Price, dr.

Chicago, March 7, 1927

12626-A PEE WEE BLUES (3:27) Gennett 6124, Black Patti 8009, Champion 15285, Arcadia 2006, Classics (F) 630, 70630 ,
6124(12627-A) NOW CUT LOOSE (2:37) Gennett 6124, Black Patti 8009, Champion 15285, Arcadia 2006, Origin OJLP 9, Folkways RF 36, Biograph BLP-12043, Classics (F) 630, 70630
12628 SAN Gennett unissued

Note: Gennett as „DUKE JACKSON’S SERENADERS, Champion as „BUD HELMS AND HIS BAND, Black Patti as „JOHN WILLIAMS AND HIS MEMPHIS STOMPERS

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Gennett 6124
Black Patti 8009
Champion 15285
(12‘) Arcadia 2006 entitled THE TERRITORIES Volume 1 JOHN WILLIAMS – ANDY KIRK
Origin OJLP 9
Folkways RF 36 entitled THE JAZZ TWENTIES
Biograph BLP-12043 entitled CHICAGO JAZZ, Volume 2, 1925 - 1929
(CD) Classics (F) 630 = 70630 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1927 – 1940
Paramount 8009
Arcadia 2006
Folkways RF 36
Biograph BLP-12043
Classics (F) 70630


JOHN WILLIAMS' SYNCO JAZZERS
probably Henry McCord, tp; Bradley Bullett, tb; John Williams, as + bass-sax; Mary Leo Burley (Mary Lou Williams), p; Joe Williams, banjo; Robert Price dr.

NYC, May 20, 1927

GEX-657-A TIGER RAG Gennett unissued
GEX-658-A SAN Gennett unissued
GEX-659-B-A SOMEDAY, SWEATHEART Gennett unissued


RAY MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Muggsy Spanier, corn; Max Connett, Lloyd Wallen, tps; Jules Fasthoff, tb; Jim Cannon, cl + as; Maurice Morse, as; Lyle Smith, ts; Paul Lyman, viol; Art Gronwall, p + arr; Leon Kaplan, bj + g; Jules Cassard, b; Bill Paley, dr; Mary Lou Williams, voc. (????)

Chicago, January 18, 1929

XC-2826 I AIN'T GOT NOBODY Sunny Meadows Program D


RAY MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Muggsy Spanier, corn; Max Connett, Lloyd Wallen, tps; Jules Fasthoff, tb; Jim Cannon, cl + as; Maurice Morse, as; Lyle Smith, ts; Paul Lyman, viol; Art Gronwall, p + arr; Leon Kaplan, bj + g; Jules Cassard, b; Bill Paley, dr; Mary Lou Williams, voc. (????)

Chicago, January 25, 1929

XC-2862 HE, SHE AND ME Sunny Meadows Program E
XC-2879 HOW ABOUT ME ? Sunny Meadows Program F
XC-2882 SOME OF THESE DAYS Sunny Meadows Program F

Rest from this session without MLW.
Information from Brian Rust's Jazz Records 1897-1942, edition 1978


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Gene Prince, Harry Lawson, tp; Allen Durham, tb; John Harrington, cl + as; John Williams, as + bar; Lawrence Freeman, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Williams, p +arr; William Dirvin, bj + g; Andy Kirk, bassax + ldr; Edward McNeil, dr; Harry Lawson, Billy Massey voc.

Kansas City, November 7 or 8, 1929

KC-591A MESS-A-STOMP (2:43) Brunswick 4694, Brunswick (GB/F) A 82000, Vocalion 3255, Brunswick (D) 87 019 LPBM, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105, hep (GB) 1002, Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016, Living Era (GB) 5108, Classics (F) 70655, Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
KC-592A ? BLUE CLARINET STOMP (HL voc) (2:53) Brunswick 4694, Vocalion 3255, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105, hep (GB) 1002, Stash ST 105, Classics (F) 70655
KC-592B ? BLUE CLARINET STOMP (alt. take) (2:54) Arcadia 2006, (HLvoc) Vocalion 3255,
hep (GB) 1002
KC-593A CLOUDY (2:59) Brunswick 4653, Arcadia 2006, hep (GB) 1002 , Classics (F) 70655

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Vocalion 3255
Brunswick 4653
Brunswick 4694
Brunswick (GB/F) A 82000
(12‘) Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105 entitled CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
Brunswick (D) 87 019 LPBM entitled KANSAS CITY MEMORIES (var)
hep (GB) 1002 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY CLOUDY
(?) Arcadia 2006 entitled THE TERRITORIES Volume 1 JOHN WILLIAMS – ANDY KIRK
Stash ST 105 entitled EARLY VIPER JIVE (various)
(CD) Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS KEY MOMENTS
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Classics (F) 70655 entitled ANDY KIRK 1929 - 1931
Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUEEN OF THE BLUES
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105
Brunswick (D) 87 019 LPBM
Hep (GB) 1002
Arcadia 2006
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016
Living Era (GB) 5108
Classics (F) 70655
Future Noise Music (number unknown)
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)

 Acrobat FADCD 2046



ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Gene Prince, Harry Lawson, tp; Allen Durham, tb; John Harrington, cl + as; John Williams, as + bar; Lawrence Freeman, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Williams, p +arr; William Dirvin, bj + g; Andy Kirk, bassax + ldr; Edward McNeil, dr; Harry Lawson, Billy Massey voc.

Kansas City, November 7 or 8, 1929

KC-596A CASEY JONES SPECIAL (2:58) Brunswick 4653, Arcadia 2006, hep (GB) 1002, Classics (F) 70655

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Brunswick 4653
(12‘) (?) Arcadia 2006 entitled THE TERRITORIES Volume 1 JOHN WILLIAMS – ANDY KIRK
hep (GB) 1002 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY CLOUDY
Classics (F) 70655 entitled ANDY KIRK 1929 - 1931
Arcadia 2006
hep (GB) 1002
Classics (F) 70655


JOHN WILLIAMS AND HIS MEMPHIS STOMPERS
Gene Prince, Harry Lawson, tp; Allen Durham, tb; John Harrington, cl + as; John Williams, as + bs; Lawrence Freeman, ts; Claude Williams, viol; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; William Dirvin, bj + g; Andy Kirk, b, bass-s + ld; Edward McNeel, dr.

Kansas City, November 9, 1929

KC-600-A SUMPIN' (SOMEPIN‘) SLOW AN D LOW (3:14) Vocalion 1453, Historical Records ASC 3, Arcadia 2006, hep (GB) 1002, IAJRC 44, Classics (F) 70655
KC-601-A LOTTA SAX APPEAL (2:32) Vocalion 1453, Jazum 13, Arcadia 2006, hep (GB) 1002, Best of Jazz (F) 4053, Classics (F) 70655

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Vocalion 1453
(12‘) Historical Records ACS 3 entitled RARE BANDS OF THE 20‘s, VOL:1
Jazum 13
Arcadia 2006 entitled THE TERRITORIES Volume 1 JOHN WILLIAMS – ANDY KIRK
hep (GB) 1002 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY CLOUDY
IAJRC 44 entitled KANSAS CITY MEMORIES
(CD) Best of Jazz (F) 4053 entitled ANDY KIRK – HIS BEST RECORDINGS 1929 - 1946
Classics (F) 70655 entitled ANDY KIRK 1929 – 1931
Arcadia 2006
hep (GB) 1002
IAJRC 44
Best of Jazz (F) 4053
Classics (F) 70655


JOHN WILLIAMS AND HIS MEMPHIS STOMPERS
Gene Prince, Harry Lawson, tps; Allen Durham, tb; John Harrington, cl + as; John Williams, as + bs; Lawrence Freeman, ts; Claude Williams, viol; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; William Dirvin, bj + g; Andy Kirk, b, bass-s + ld; Edward McNeel, dr.

Kansas City, November 11, 1929

KC-618A CORKY STOMP (2:44) Brunswick 4893, Brunswick (GB) 01211, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105, hep (GB) 1002, Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016, Topaz (unknown number), Living Era (GB) 5108, Classics (F) 70655
KC-619A FROGGY BOTTOM (3:15) Brunswick 4893, Brunswick (GB) 01211, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105, hep (GB) 1002, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141, Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016, Living Era (GB) 5108, Classics (F) 70655, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Brunswick 4893, Brunswick (GB) 01211
(12‘) Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105 entitled CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
hep (GB) 1002 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY CLOUDY
(CD) Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS KEY MOMENTS
Topaz (unknown number) JAZZ – KANSAS CITY STYLE (var)
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Classics (F) 70655 entitled ANDY KIRK 1929 – 1931
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105
hep (GB) 1002
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016
Topaz (GB) (unknown number)
Living Era (GB) 5108
Classics (F) 70655

 Acrobat FADCD 2046


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, p.

Chicago, April 24, 1930

C-5.724-C NIGHT LIFE (2:56) Brunswick 7178, 80033, United Hot Clubs of America 37-38,
Brunswick (F) 500327, (GB) 01625, MCA (F) 510.122, Brunswick (D) A 9507, Coral (F) CVM.40.010, MCA (F) 516.122, Stash ST 109, Stash ST B001, Jass CD-9/10, Classics (F) 630, 70630, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141, Acrobat (unknown number), Decca GRP 639, Yazoo L 1070, Yazoo (J) 655466, Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046, Le Chante du Monde (F) 5741801.25
C-5.725-C DRAG 'EM (2:52) Brunswick 7178, 80033, United Hot Clubs of America 37-38,
Brunswick (GB) ?) E 02507, Decca BM 02507, Coral (F) CVM.40.010, Swaggie (Aus) 46, MCA (F) 510.122, Classics (F) 630, 70630

Notes: according to Coral (F) CVM.40010 recorded in Chicago December 15, 1930

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Brunswick 7178
(?) Brunswick 80033
United Hot Clubs of America 37-38
Brunswick (F) 500327
Swaggie (Aus) 46
Brunswick (GB) 01625
Brunswick (D) A 9507
Decca BM 02507
Brunswick (GB) ?) E 02507
Coral (F) CVM.40.010
(12‘) MCA (F) 510.122 entitled PIANO IN STYLE 2 1928 – 1938 (var)
Stash ST 109
Stash ST B001
(CD) Classics (F) 630 = 70630 entitled Mary Lou Williams 1927-1940
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA
Decca MCA GRP 639 entitled A PIANO ANTHOLOGY FROM JELLY ROLL MORTON TO BILL EVANS (var)
Yazoo L 1070 entitled YAZOO’S HISTORY OF JAZZ (var)
Yazoo (J) 655466 entitled YAZOO’S HISTORY OF JAZZ (var)
Jass CD-9/10 entitled FORTY YEARS OF WOMEN IN JAZZ A DOUBLE DISC FEMINIST RETROSPRECTIVE (var)
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59
Le Chante du Monde (F) 5741801.25 entitled L'HISTORIE DU PIANO JAZZ (var)

MCA (F) 510.122
Classics (F) 70630
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141
Acrobat (unknown number)
Decca GRP 639
Yazoo L 1070
Yazoo (J) 655466
Jass CD-9/10

Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)

 Acrobat FADCD 2046










Le Chante du Monde (F) 5741801.25


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Edgar Battle, Harry Lawson, tp; Allen Durham, tb; John Harrington, cl + as; John Williams, as + bar; Lawrence Freeman, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Williams, p +arr; William Dirvin, bj + g; Andy Kirk, bassax + ldr; Edward McNeil, dr; Harry Lawson, Billy Massey voc.

Chicago, April 29, 1930

C-4460 I LOST MY GAL FROM MEMPHIS (3:18) Brunswick 4803, (BM voc) Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105, hep (GB) 1002, Classics (F) 70655
C-4461 or 4462 LOOSE ANKLES (BM voc) (3:22) Brunswick 4803, (BM voc) Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105, hep (GB) 1002, Living Era (GB) 5108, Classics (F) 70655

Note: „I lOST MY GAL FROM MEMPHIS“ as „I FORGOT MY GAL FROM MEMPHIS“. According to Bruyninckx 2 takes of each tune were recorded; this could not be verified. There is no piano on both tunes, but maybe MLW arranged both.

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Brunswick 4803
(12‘) Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105 entitled CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
hep (GB) 1002 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY CLOUDY
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Classics (F) 70655 entitled ANDY KIRK 1929 – 1931
Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105
hep (GB) 1002
Living Era (GB) 5108
Classics (F) 70655


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Edgar Battle, Harry Lawson, tp; Allen Durham, tb; John Harrington, cl + as; John Williams, as + bar; Lawrence Freeman, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Williams, p +arr; William Dirvin, bj + g; Andy Kirk, bassax + tuba (1) + ldr; Edward McNeil, dr; Harry Lawson, Billy Massey voc.

Chicago, April 30, 1930

C-4470 SNAG IT (1) (3:09) Brunswick 4878, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105, hep (GB) 1002, Classics (F) 70655
C-4471 SWEET AND HOT (3:10) Brunswick 4878, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105, hep (GB) 1002, Classics (F) 70655
C-4472 SWEET AND HOT Brunswick unissued
C-4473 MARY'S IDEA (3:12) Brunswick 4863, Perfect 15697, hep (GB) 1002, Classics (F) 70655, Decca MCA GRP-622, Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)

Note : On Perfect as „DUKE WILSON AND HIS TEN BLACK BERRIES“.

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Brunswick 4863
Brunswick 4878
Perfect 15697
(12‘) Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105 entitled CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
hep (GB) 1002 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY CLOUDY
(CD) Classics (F) 70655 entitled ANDY KIRK 1929 – 1931
Decca MCA GRP-622 entitled ANDY KIRK & MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY'S IDEA
Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUEEN OF THE BLUES
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY

Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105

hep (GB) 1002

Classics (F) 70655
Decca MCA GRP-622
Future Noise Music (number unknown)

Acrobat/Future Noise Music (unknown number)


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Edgar Battle, Harry Lawson, tp; Allen Durham, tb; John Harrington, cl + as; John Williams, as + bar; Lawrence Freeman, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Williams, p +arr; William Dirvin, bj + g; Andy Kirk, bassax + tuba (1) + ldr; Edward McNeil, dr; Harry Lawson, Billy Massey voc.

Chicago, May 1, 1930

C-4480 ONCE OR TWICE (BM voc) (3:17) Brunswick 4863, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105, Perfect 15697, hep (GB) 1007, Classics (F) 70655

Note : On Perfect as "DUKE WILSON AND HIS TEN BLACK BERRIES".

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Brunswick 4863
Perfect 15697
(12‘) Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105 entitled CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
hep (GB) 1007 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “ALL OUT FOR HICKSVILLE“
(CD) Classics (F) 70655 entitled ANDY KIRK 1929 – 1931

Ace of Hearts (GB) AH-105

hep (GB) 1007

Classics (F) 70655


ANDY KIRK AND HIS SEVEN LITTLE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson, tp; Allen Durham, tb; John Harrington, as + cl; + same rhythm section only

Chicago, July 15, 1930

C-6017 GETTIN' OFF A MESS (2:50) Brunswick 7180, Arcadia 2006, hep (GB) 1007, Living Era (GB) 5108, Classics (F) 70655
C-6018 YOU RASCAL YOU (BM voc) Brunswick unissued

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Brunswick 7180
(12) Arcadia 2006 entitled THE TERRITORIES Volume 1 JOHN WILLIAMS - ANDY KIRK
hep (GB) 1007 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “ALL OUT FOR HICKSVILLE“
(CD) Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Classics (F) 70655 entitled ANDY KIRK 1929 – 1931
Arcadia 2006
hep (GB) 1007
Living Era (GB) 5108

Classics (F) 70655


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Edgar Battle, Harry Lawson, tp; Allen Durham, tb; John Harrington, cl + as; John Williams, as + bar; Lawrence Freeman, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; William Dirvin, bj + g; Andy Kirk, tu + bassax; Edward McNeil, dr; Billy Massey, voc.

Chicago, September 30, 1930

C-6177 OKAY, BABY Brunswick unissued
C-6178 DALLAS BLUES (BM voc) Brunswick unissued


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Edgar Battle, Harry Lawson, tp; Allen Durham, tb; John Harrington, cl + as; John Williams, as + bar; Lawrence Free¬man, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; William Dirvin, bj + g; Andy Kirk, tu + bassax; Edward McNeil, dr; Billy Massey, voc.

Chicago, October 9, 1930

C-6430 DALLAS BLUES (BM voc) (2:44) Brunswick 6129, Ace of Hearts AH-105, hep (GB) 1007, Classics (F) 70655, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
C-6431 TRAVELIN‘ THAT ROCKY ROAD (3:08) Brunswick 4981, Ace of Hearts AH-105, hep (GB) 1007, Classics (F) 70655
C-6432 HONEY, JUST FOR YOU (3:15) Brunswick 4981, (BM voc) Ace of Hearts AH-105, hep (GB) 1007, Classics (F) 70655
C-6433/4 YOU RASCAL, YOU (BM voc) (2:43) Brunswick 7180, Arcadia 2006, hep (GB) 1007, Classics (F) 70655
C-6435 YOU RASCAL, YOU (BM voc) Brunswick 7180

Note : Brunswick 7180 issued as "SEVEN LITTLE CLOUDS OF JOY" / It seems rather doubtful that 2 different takes of „You rascal you“ were issued on two different versions of Brunswick 7180.

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Brunswick 4981
Brunswick 6129
Brunswick 7180
(12)‘ Ace of Hearts AH-105 entitled CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
Arcadia 2006 entitled THE TERRITORIES Volume 1 JOHN WILLIAMS - ANDY KIRK
hep (GB) 1007 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “ALL OUT FOR HICKSVILLE“
(CD) Classics (F) 70655 entitled ANDY KIRK 1929 – 1931
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Ace of Hearts AH-105
Arcadia 2006
hep (GB) 1007
Classics (F) 70655

 Acrobat FADCD 2046


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Edgar Battle, Harry Lawson, tp; Allen Durham, tb; John Harrington, cl + as; John Williams, as + bar; Lawrence Free¬man, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; William Dirvin, bj + g; Andy Kirk, tu + bassax; Edward McNeil, dr; Dick Robertson, voc;

New York, December 15, 1930

E35750 SATURDAY (DR voc) (3:22) Brunswick 6027, Arcadia 2006, hep (GB) 1007, Classics (F) 70655
E35751 SOPHOMORE (DR voc) (3:01) Brunswick 6027, Arcadia 2006, hep (GB) 1007, Stash ST 109, ST B001, Classics (F) 70655

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Brunswick 6027
(12‘) Arcadia 2006 entitled THE TERRITOIRES Volume 1 JOHN WILLIAMS - ANDY KIRK
hep (GB) 1007 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “ALL OUT FOR HICKSVILLE“
Stash ST 109
Stash ST B001
(CD) Classics (F) 70655 entitled ANDY KIRK 1929 – 1931
Arcadia 2006
hep (GB) 1007
Classics (F) 70655


BLANCHE CALLOWAY AND HER JOY BOYS
Harry Lawson, Edgar Battle, tps; Clarence Smith, tp + viol; Floyd Brady, tb; John Harrington, cl + as; John Williams, as; Lawrence Freeman, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p; Bill Dirvin, bj; Andy Kirk, b; Ben Thipgen, dr; Blanche Calloway, Billy Massey, voc.

Camden, NJ, March 2, 1931

64068-1 CASEY JONES (BLUES) (BM voc) (3:07) Victor 22640, His Masters Voice B-6114, K-6500, R-14588, RCA (F) PM 42392, Hep (GB) 1007, RCA 2128563-2, 2128563-2, Classics (F) 70655
64068-2 CASEY JONES (BLUES) (BM voc) (3:06) hep (GB) 1007
64069-1 THERE’S RHYTHM IN THE RIVER (BC voc)(3:05) hep (GB) 1007
64069-2 THERE’S RHYTHM IN THE RIVER (BC voc)(3:03) Victor 22641, RCA (F) PM 42392, Blue Bird B-5334, Sunrise S-3415, RCA (F) PM 42392, hep (GB) 1007, Classics (F) 70655
64070-1 I NEED LOVIN‘ (2:45) hep (GB) 1007
64070-2 I NEED LOVIN‘ (2:48) hep (GB) 1007
64070-3 I NEED LOVIN‘ (2:58) hep (GB) 1007


Notes: 1 take (which one ?) of „I NEED LOVIN‘“ also on RCA ND 89560 and Classics (F) 70655

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Victor 22640
Victor 22641
His Masters Voice B-6114
His Masters Voice K-6500
His Masters Voice R-14588
(12) RCA (F) PM 42392
Blue Bird B-5334
(?) Sunrise S-3415
hep (GB) 1007 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “ALL OUT FOR HICKSVILLE“
(CD) RCA 2128563-2
RCA 2128565-2
Classics (F) 70655 entitled ANDY KIRK 1929 – 1931
hep (GB) 1007
Classics (F) 70655


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson,Paul King, tp; Eart Thompson, tp + arr; Ted Donnelly, Henry Wells, tb; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Dick Wilson, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Wil¬liams, p + arr; Ted Robinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ed Thigpen, dr + voc; Pha Terrell, voc.

New York, March 2, 1936

60852-A WALKIN' AND SWINGIN' (MLW arr)(3:00) Columbia DB/MC 5023, Decca DL 79232, Columbia (GB) SEG 7646, Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156, MCA-1343, MCA (F) 510.121, The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141, Classics (F) 70573
60852-C WALKIN' AND SWINGIN' (2:38) Decca 809, (MLW arr) Odeon (D) 284210, Brunswick (GB) LAT 8167, Brunswick (D) 87014 LPBM, MCA-1308, MCA (F) 510.033, Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20, Affinity (GB) AFS 1011, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Acrobat (unknown number), Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016, Topaz (GB) (unknown number), Living Era (GB) 280, Living Era (GB) 5117, Living Era (GB) 5108, Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
60853-A MOTEN SWING (MLW arr) (3:08) Decca 853, DL 79232, Columbia (GB) SEG 7607
Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156, MCA-1308, MCA (F) 510.033, Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20, Affinity (GB) AFS 1011, Classics (F) 70573, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Acrobat (unknown number), Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016, Living Era (GB) 5108, Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)
60854-A LOTTA SAX APPEAL (MLW arr) (2:57) Decca 1046, DL 79232, Columbia (GB) SEG 7607, Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156, MCA-1308, MCA (F) 510.033, Affinity (GB) AFS 1011, Classics (F) 70573, Legacy 64855, Living Era (GB) 5108,

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 809
Decca 863
Decca 1046

(10‘) (?) Columbia DB/MC 5023
(?) Odeon (D) 284210
(?) Brunswick (GB) LAT 8167
(12‘) Decca 79232 entitled ANDY KIRK INSTRUMENTALLY
Brunswick (D) 87 014 LPBM entitled VOLUME 1 HISTORY OF JAZZ
Columbia (GB) SEG 7607
Columbia (GB) SEG 7646 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOE WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156 entitled ANDY KIRK & HIS 12 CLOUDS OF JOY MARCH 1936
MCA-1308 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “INSTRUMENTALLY SPEAKING“ 1936 - 1942
MCA (F) 510.033 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “INSTRUMENTALLY SPEAKING“ 1936 - 1942
MCA-1343 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
MCA (F) 510.121 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FIRST LADY OF PIANO
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY WALKIN‘ & SWINGIN‘
(CD) Classics (F) 70573 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1936-1937
The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS GREATEST LADY PIANO PLAYER IN JAZZ
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Acrobat (unknown number)
Living Era (GB) 5117 entitled FINEST VINTAGE JAZZ 1917 – 1941 (var)
Living Era (GB) 280 entitled FINEST VINTAGE JAZZ (var)
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS KEY MOMENTS
Topaz (GB) (unknown number) entitled JAZZ – KANSAS CITY STYLE (var)
Legacy 64855 entitled THE REAL KANSAS CITY OF THE 20’s, 30’s & 40’s (var)
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUEEN OF THE BLUES
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY Vol. 2
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Brunswick (D) 87 014 LPBM
Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156
MCA-1308
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20
The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357

  Classics (F) 70573

Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379
Acrobat (unknown number)
Living Era (GB) 280
Living Era (GB) 5117
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016
Topaz (GB) (unknown number)
Legacy 64855
Living Era (GB) 5108
Future Noise Music (number unknown)
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)

Acrobat FADCD 2046


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson,Paul King, tp; Earl Thompson, tp + arr; Ted Donnelly, Henry Wells, tb; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Dick Wilson, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Wil¬liams, p + arr; Ted Robinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ed Thigpen, dr + voc; Pha Terrell, voc.

New York, March 3, 1936

60861-A GIT (BT,ENS voc,MLW arr) (2:54) Columbia DB/MC 5021, Columbia (GB) SEG 7646,
Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156,
60861-B,C GIT (BT,ENS voc,MLW arr) (2:53) Decca 931, MCA-1308, MCA (F) 510.033, Classics (F) 70573
60862-A ALL THE JIVE IS GONE (2:33) Decca 744, (PTvoc) Columbia (GB) SEG 7607, Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156, MCA-1343, MCA (F) 510.121, Stash ST 100, Classics (F) 70573

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 744
Decca 931
(?) Columbia DB-MC 5021
(12‘) Columbia (GB) SEG 7607
Columbia (GB) SEG 7646 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOE WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156 entitled ANDY KIRK & HIS 12 CLOUDS OF JOY MARCH 1936
MCA-1308 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “INSTRUMENTALLY SPEAKING“ 1936 - 1942
MCA (F) 510.033 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “INSTRUMENTALLY SPEAKING“ 1936 - 1942
MCA-1343 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
MCA (F) 510.121 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
Stash ST 100
(CD) Classics (F) 70573 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1936-1937

 Decca 744

Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156
MCA-1308

  Classics (F) 70573


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson,Paul King, tp; Earl Thompson, tp + arr; Ted Donnelly, Henry Wells, tb; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Dick Wilson, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Wil¬liams, p + arr; Ted Robinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ed Thigpen, dr + voc; Pha Terrell, voc.

New York, March 4, 1936

60865-A FROGGY BOTTOM (3:13)(BT voc,MLW arr) Columbia DB-MC 5000, Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156,
60865-B FROGGY BOTTOM (BT voc,MLW arr)(3:09) Decca 729, Coral CRL 56019, MCA-1308, MCA (F) 510.033, Classics (F) 70573, Folkways FW02810, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379
60866-A BEARCAT SHUFFLE (2:56) Decca 1046, Columbia (GB) SEG 7607, Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156, MCA-1343, MCA (F) 510.121, Classics (F) 70573, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Acrobat (unknown number), Living Era (GB) 5108, PID 7268973, Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
60867-A STEPPIN' PRETTY (MLW arr) (2:50) Decca 931, DL 79232, Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156, MCA-1308, MCA (F) 510.033, Classics (F) 70573, Acrobat (unknown number), Living Era (GB) 5108, Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 729
Decca 931
Decca 1046
(?) Columbia DB-MC 5000
(12‘) Decca 79232 entitled ANDY KIRK INSTRUMENTALLY
Columbia (GB) SEG 7607
Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156 entitled ANDY KIRK & HIS 12 CLOUDS OF JOY MARCH 1936
Coral CRL 56019 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY SOUVENIR ALBUM VOL.1
MCA-1308 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “INSTRUMENTALLY SPEAKING“ 1936 - 1942
MCA (F) 510.033 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “INSTRUMENTALLY SPEAKING“ 1936 - 1942
MCA-1343 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
MCA (F) 510.121 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
(CD) Classics (F) 70573 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1936-1937
Folkways FW02810 entitled Jazz, vol.10 BOOGIE WOOGIE AND JUMP AND KANSAS CITY (var)
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Acrobat (unknown number)
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
PID 7268973 entitled THE VERY BEST OF JAZZ (var)
Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUEEN OF THE BLUES
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (unknown number) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY Vol. 2
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156
Coral CRL 56019
MCA-1308
  Classics (F) 70573
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379
Acrobat (unknown number)
Living Era (GB) 5108
PID 7268973
Future Noise Music (number unknown)
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)

Acrobat FADCD 2046


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson,Paul King, tp; Earl Thompson, tp + arr; Ted Donnelly, Henry Wells, tb; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Dick Wilson, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Wil¬liams, p + arr; Ted Robinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ed Thigpen, dr + voc; Pha Terrell, voc.

New York, March 7, 1936

60874-A CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS (2:40) Decca 729, Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156, Swingfan (D) 1010, MCA-1343, MCA (F) 510.121, Classics (F) 70573, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379
60876-A CORKY (MLW arr) (2:30) Decca 772, Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156, Brunswick (D) 87094/96, MCA-1343, MCA (F) 510.121, Classics (F) 70573

Note : Matrix # in between not by Kirk

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 729
Decca 772
(12‘) Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156 entitled ANDY KIRK & HIS 12 CLOUDS OF JOY MARCH 1936
Brunswick (D) 87094/96 entitled THE GOLDEN BOOK OF CLASSIC SWING Volume 2
Swingfan (D) 1010 entitled BIG BANDS (various)
MCA-1343 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
MCA (F) 510.121 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
(CD) Classics (F) 70573 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1936-1937
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156
Brunswick (D) 87094/96
Swingfan (D) 1010
  Classics (F) 70573
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379


MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams, p; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thipgen, dr.

NYC, March 7, 1936

60877-A CORNY RHYTHM (2:42) Decca 1021, Columbia (GB) MC 5018, SEG 7608, Columbia (D) C 41 299, Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156, MCA (F) 510 204, Prestige PR 7647, Classics (F) 630, 70630
60878-A OVERHAND (NEW FROGGY BOTTOM (2:47) Decca 781, Columbia (GB) MC 5013, Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156, MCA (F) 510 204, Prestige PR 7647, The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357, Classics (F) 630, 70630, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141, Acrobat (unknown number), Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016, Living Era (GB) 5073, Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046, Le Chante du Monde (F) 5741801.25
60879-A ISABELLE (2:54) Decca 1021, Columbia (E) MC 5013, MCA (F) 510.122, Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156, Prestige PR 7647, Classics (F) 630, 70630

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 781
Decca 1021
(?) Columbia (E) MC 5013
Columbia (GB) MC 5018
(45’s EP) Columbia (D) C 41 299 entitled MARY-LOU WILLIAMS CLEAN-PICKIN’
Columbia (GB) SEG 7608 entitled MARY LOU’S PIANO
(12‘) Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156 entitled ANDY KIRK & HIS 12 CLOUDS OF JOY MARCH 1936
Prestige PR 7647 entitled JAZZ PIONEERS (various)
MCA (F) 510.122 entitled PIANO IN STYLE 2 (var)
MCA (F) 510 204 entitled PIANO IN STYLE Vol. 3 (var)
(CD) The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS GREATEST LADY PIANO PLAYER IN JAZZ
Classics (F) 630 = 70630 entitled Mary Lou Williams 1927-1940
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA
Acrobat (unknown number)
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS KEY MOMENTS
Living Era (GB) 5073 entitled HANDFUL OF KEYS (var)
Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUEEN OF THE BLUES
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59
Le Chante du Monde (F) 5741801.25 entitled L'HISTORIE DU PIANO JAZZ (var)

Columbia (D) C 41 299
Columbia (GB) SEG 7608
MCA (F) 510.122
MCA (F) 510 204
Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156
Prestige PR 7647
The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357
Classics (F) 70630
Acrobat (unknown number)
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016
Living Era (GB) 5073
Future Noise Music (number unknown)

Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)

Acrobat FADCD 2046










Le Chante du Monde (F) 5741801.25



MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams, p; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thipgen, dr.

NYC, March 11, 1936

60894-A SWINGING FOR JOY (2:34) Decca 1155, Columbia (GB) MC 5003, SEG 7608, Columbia (D) C 41 299, Affinity (GB) AFS 1035, Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156, MCA (F) 510 204, Prestige PR 7647, Classics (F) 630, 70630, Drive 38009, PID 7268973
60895-A CLEAN PICKIN' (2:49) Decca 1155, Columbia (GB) MC 5003, SEG 7608, Columbia (D) C 41 299, Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156, Prestige PR 7647, MCA (F) 510.122, The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357, Classics (F) 630, 70630, Acrobat (unknown number), Jazz Greats JG-59, Jazz Archives No.116, Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 1155
(?) Columbia (GB) MC 5003
(45’s EP) Columbia (D) C 41 299 entitled MARY-LOU WILLIAMS CLEAN-PICKIN’
Columbia (GB) SEG 7608 entitled MARY LOU’S PIANO
(12‘) Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156 entitled ANDY KIRK & HIS 12 CLOUDS OF JOY MARCH 1936
Prestige PR 7647 entitled JAZZ PIONEERS (various)
MCA (F) 510.122 entitled PIANO IN STYLE 2 (var)
MCA (F) 510 204 entitled PIANO IN STYLE Vol.3 (var)
Affinity (GB) AFS 1035 entitled PIANO PORTRAITS, Vol.3 SWINGIN‘ FOR JOY (various)
(CD) The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS GREATEST LADY PIANO PLAYER IN JAZZ
Classics (F) 630 = 70630 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1927 - 1940
Acrobat (unknown number)
Drive 38009 entitled THAT’S JAZZ (var)
PID 7268973 entitled THE VERY BEST OF JAZZ (var)
Jazz Greats JG-59 entitled JAZZ PIANO THE STUFF IS HERE (var)
Jazz Archives No.116 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS STORY
Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUEEN OF THE BLUES
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Columbia (D) C 41 299
Columbia (GB) SEG 7608
Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156
Prestige PR 7
MCA (F) 510.122
MCA (F) 510 204
The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357
Classics (F) 70630
Acrobat (unknown number)
Drive 38009
PID 7268973
Jazz Greats JG-59
Jazz Archives No.116
Future Noise Music (number unknown)
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)

Acrobat FADCD 2046


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson,Paul King, tp; Earl Thompson, tp + arr; Ted Donnelly, Henry Wells, tb; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Dick Wilson, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Wil¬liams, p + arr; Ted Robinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ed Thigpen, dr + voc; Pha Terrell, voc.

New York, March 11, 1936

60886-A I'SE A MUGGIN' (PT voc) (2:41) Decca 744, Columbia DB/MC-5004, Columbia (GB) SEG 7646, Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156, MCA-1343, MCA (F) 510.121, Classics (F) 70573
60887-A UNTIL THE REAL THING COMES ALONG (PBTvoc) (X:x7) Columbia DB/MC-5004, Columbia (GB) SEG 7646, SEG 7607, Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156, MCA-1343, MCA (F) 510.121, Affinity (GB) AFS 1011, Classics (F) 70573

Notes: not sure if this take of „Until the real..“ is on Columbia (GB) SEG 7646 or the take dated April 2, 1936

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 744
(?) Columbia DB/MC-5004,
(12‘) Columbia (GB) SEG 7646 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOE WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Columbia (GB) SEG 7607
Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156 entitled ANDY KIRK & HIS 12 CLOUDS OF JOY MARCH 1936
MCA-1343 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
MCA (F) 510.121 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY WALKIN‘ & SWINGIN‘
(CD) Classics (F) 70573 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1936-1937


 











Decca 744

Affinity (GB) AFS 1011
  Classics (F) 70573


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson,Paul King, tp; Earl Thompson, tp + arr; Ted Donnelly, Henry Wells, tb; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Dick Wilson, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Ted Robinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ed Thigpen, dr + voc; Pha Terrell, voc.

New York, March 31, 1936

60961-A PUDDIN' HEAD SERENADE (2:43) Columbia DB/MC-5027, Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156, MCA-1343, MCA (F) 510.121, Classics (F) 70573, Living Era (GB) 5108

Issues:
(?) Columbia DB/MC-5027
(12‘) Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156 entitled ANDY KIRK & HIS 12 CLOUDS OF JOY MARCH 1936
MCA-1343 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
MCA (F) 510.121 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
(CD) Classics (F) 70573 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1936-1937
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS

Parlophone (GB) PMC 7156
  Classics (F) 70573













Living Era (GB) 5108



ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson,Paul King, tp; Eart Thompson, tp + arr; Ted Donnelly, Henry Wells, tb; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Dick Wilson, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Wil¬liams, p + arr; Ted Robinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ed Thigpen, dr + voc; Pha Terrell, voc.

New York, April 2, 1936

60972-A UNTIL THE REAL THING COMES ALONG (PTvoc)(3:01) Decca 809, MCA 2-4105, Classics (F) 70573

Notes: not sure if this take of „Until the real..“ is on Columbia (GB) SEG 7646 or the take dated March 11, 1936

ISSUES:

(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 809
(12‘) MCA 2-4105 entitled THE BEST OF ANDY KIRK AND THE CLOUDS OF JOY

(CD) Classics (F) 70573 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1936-1937

  Classics (F) 70573


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson,Paul King, tp; Eart Thompson, tp + arr; Ted Donnelly, Henry Wells, tb; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Dick Wilson, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Wil¬liams, p + arr; Ted Robinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ed Thigpen, dr + voc; Pha Terrell, voc.

New York, April 3, 1936

60973-A BLUE ILLUSION (2:44) (PT voc) Decca 772, Classics (F) 70573
60974-A CLOUDY (2:53) (PT voc) Decca 1208, WRC (GB) SM 327, Affinity (GB) AFS 1011, Classics (F) 70573, Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 772
Decca 1208
(?) WRC (GB) SM 327
(12‘) Affinity (GB) AFS 1011 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY WALKIN‘ & SWINGIN‘

(CD) Classics (F) 70573 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1936-1937
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016 entitled MAY LOU WILLIAMS KEY MOMENTS
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011

  Classics (F) 70573







Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson,Paul King, tp; Eart Thompson, tp + arr; Ted Donnelly, Henry Wells, tb; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Dick Wilson, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Ted Robinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ed Thigpen, dr + voc; Pha Terrell, voc.

New York, April 7, 1936

61003-A GIVE HER A PINT (AND SHE'LL TELL IT ALL) (PTvoc) (2:46) Decca 853, Jazum 46, Classics (F) 70573

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 853
(12‘) Jazum 46
(CD) Classics (F) 70573 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1936-1937

  Classics (F) 70573


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, celeste; / Ted Robinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr.

NYC, April 9, 1936

61023-A MARY 'S SPECIAL (2:45) Decca 781, Columbia (GB) MC 5018, SEG 7608, Columbia (D) C 41 299, MCA (F) 510 204, Prestige PR 7647, Classics (F) 630, 70630, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 781
(?) Columbia (GB) MC 5018
(45’s EP) Columbia (D) C 41 299 entitled MARY-LOU WILLIAMS CLEAN-PICKIN’
Columbia (GB) SEG 7608 entitled MARY LOU’S PIANO
(12‘) MCA (F) 510 204 entitled PIANO IN STYLE Vol.3 (various)
Prestige PR 7647
(CD) Classics (F) 630 = 70630 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1927 – 1940
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59










Decca 781


Columbia (D) C 41 299

Columbia (GB) SEG 7608

MCA (F) 510 204

Classics (F) 70630

Acrobat FADCD 2046


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson,Paul King, tp; Eart Thompson, tp + arr; Ted Donnelly, Henry Wells, tb; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Dick Wilson, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Wil¬liams, p + arr; Ted Robinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ed Thigpen, dr + voc; Pha Terrell, voc.

New York, April 10, 1936

60961-C Puddin' head serenade (2:35) Decca 1208, Classics (F) 70573, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 1208

(CD) Classics (F) 70573 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1936-1937
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND

  Classics (F) 70573











Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson,Paul King, tp; Eart Thompson, tp + arr; Ted Donnelly, Henry Wells, tb; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Dick Wilson, ts; Claude Williams, vln; Mary Lou Wil¬liams, p + arr; Ted Robinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ed Thigpen, dr + voc; Pha Terrell, voc, Harry Mills voc;added

New York, December 9, 1936

61463-A FIFTY-SECOND STREET (HM,ENSvoc) (2:56) Decca 1145, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160, MCA-1343, MCA (F) 510.121, MCA 2-4105, Classics (F) 70573
61464-A THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND (HMvoc) (2:43) Decca 1085, MCA-1343, MCA (F) 510.121, MCA 2-4105, Swingfan (D) 1010, Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20, Affinity (GB) AFS 1011, Classics (F) 70573, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016, Promo Sound (GB) (unknown numnber)
61465-A WHAT WILL I TELL MY HEART ? (3:18) Decca 1085, (PT voc) Classics (F) 70573
61465-B WHAT WILL I TELL MY HE ART ? (PT voc) Brunswick (GB) 02377
61466-B DEDICATED TO YOU (PT voc) (3:26) Decca 1146, Classics (F) 70573

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 1085
Decca 1145
Decca 1146
(?) Brunswick (GB) 02377
(12‘) Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160 entitled TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
MCA-1343 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
MCA (F) 510.121 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
MCA 2-4105 entitled THE BEST OF ANDY KIRK AND THE CLOUDS OF JOY
Swingfan (D) 1010 entitled BIG BANDS (various)
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FIRST LADY OF PIANO
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY WALKIN‘ & SWINGIN‘
(CD) Classics (F) 70573 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1936-1937
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS KEY MOMENTS
(MP3) Promo Sound (GB) unknown number) entitled Jazz History of Jazz 1936 (various)
Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160
Swingfan (D) 1010
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011
   Classics (F) 70573
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379












Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016

Promo Sound (GB) (unknown number)


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson, Paul King, Earl Thompson, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; John Harrington, as + cl; John Williams, as + bar; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p,arr; Ted Brinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr + voc; Pha Terrell, voc;

Trianon Ballroom, Cleveland, Ohio, January 29 / February 6, 1937

UNTIL THE REAL THING COMES ALONG (1:45) Jazz Society AA 503, Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133
SWINGTIME IN THE ROCKIES (3:02) Jazz Society AA 503, Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133
FROGGY BOTTOM (BT voc) (2:28) Jazz Society AA 503, Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133
WHAT WILL I TELL MY HEART (PT voc) (2:57) Jazz Society AA 503,
Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133
THERE, I LOVE YOU COAST TO COAST (2:12)Jazz Society AA 503, Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133
MAKE BELIEVE BALLROOM (2:29) Jazz Society AA 503, Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133
SEPIA JAZZ (2:32) Jazz Society AA 503, Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133
MOTEN SWING (4:54) Jazz Society AA 503, Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133
DEAR OLD SOUTHLAND (3:10) Jazz Society AA 503, Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133
YOURS TRULY (2:36) Jazz Society AA 503, Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133
MEDLEY : (3:24)
BOO HOO / ONE, TWO, BUTTON YOUR SHOE / TROUBLE DON'T LIKE MUSIC / ONE IN A MILLION Jazz Society AA 503, Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133
TRUST IN ME (PT voc) (3:15) Jazz Society AA 503, Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133
ALL THE JIVE IS GONE (PT,ENS voc) (2:59) Jazz Society AA 503, Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133
NEVER SLEPT A WINK LAST NIGHT (2:36) Jazz Society AA 503, Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133
• YOU'RE SLIGHTLY TERRIFIC (2:33) Jazz Society AA 503, Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133
ORGAN GRINDER'S SWING (3:35) Jazz Society AA 503, Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133
UNTIL THE REAL THING COMES ALONG (THEME) (0:39) Jazz Society AA 503, Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133

Issues:
(12‘) Jazz Society (S) AA 503 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY ORCHESTRA “LIVE“ FROM THE TRIANON BALLROOM IN CLEVELAND
Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY LIVE SESSION 1937

 









Musidisc/Jazz Anthology (F) 30 JA 5133


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
No details but prob from this period with Gwen Tyne (voc)

9:20 special Jazum 58
DON'T TAKE YOUR LOVE FROM ME (GT voc) Jazum 58
SEVEN ELEVEN Jazum 58

ISSUES:
(12‘) Jazum 58 entitled ALL STARS BENNY GOODMAN ANDY KIRK EDDIE HEYWOOD

Notes: some sources date this to May 21, 1945. In this case the piano player is not MLW but Hank Jones

 









Jazum 58



ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson, Paul King, Eart Thompson, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Ted Brinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr + voc; Leslie Johnakins, arr; Andy Kirk, ldr; Pha Terrell, voc; Claude Hopkins, arr.

New York, February 15, 1937

61598-A WEDNESDAY NIGHT HOP (3:05) Decca 1303, DL 79232, (LJ VOC,CH arr) Decca (F) 60522, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160, MCA-1308, MCA (F) 510.033, Affinity (GB) AFS 1011, Classics (F) 70573, Living Era (GB) 5108
61599-A SKIES ARE BLUE (PT voc) (3:02) Decca 1349, Classics (F) 70573, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379
61950-B DOWNSTREAM (PT voc) (2:57) Decca 1531, Classics (F) 70581
61951-A KEEP IT IN THE GROOVE (MLW arr) (3:02) Decca 1261, DL 79232, Decca (F) 60522, Coral MOPS 8265, Coral (D) 6.22442 AP, 4.22442 (mc), MCA-1308, MCA (F) 510.033, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016, Living Era (GB) 5108, Classics (F) 70581, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 1261
Decca 1303
Decca 1349
Decca 1531
Decca (F) 60522
(12‘) Decca 79232 entitled ANDY KIRK INSTRUMENTALLY
Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160 entitled TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
MCA-1308 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “INSTRUMENTALLY SPEAKING“ 1936 - 1942
MCA (F) 510.033 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “INSTRUMENTALLY SPEAKING“ 1936 - 1942
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY WALKIN‘ & SWINGIN‘
Coral COPS 8265
Coral (D) 6.22442 AP
(mc) Coral (D) 4.22442
(CD) Classics (F) 70573 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1936 - 1937
Classics (F) 70581 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1937 - 1938
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS KEY MOMENTS
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160
MCA-1308
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011
  Classics (F) 70573


 Classics (F) 70581

 Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379















Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016



















Acrobat FADCD 2046


 Living Era (GB) 5108


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson, Paul King, Eart Thompson, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Ted Brinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr + voc; Leslie Johnakins, arr; Andy Kirk, ldr; Pha Terrell, voc; Claude Hopkins, arr.

New York, April 17, 1937

62133-A WORRIED OVER YOU (PT voc) (3:10) Decca 1303, Classics (F) 70581
62134-B FOOLIN' MYSELF (PT voc) (3:02) Decca 1261, Classics (F) 70581
62135-A I'M GLAD FOR YOUR SAKE (BUT I'M SORRY FOR MINE) (PT voc) (2:59) Decca 1531, MCA 2-4105, Classics (F) 70581
62136-A I'LL GET ALONG SOMEHOW (PT voc) (2:50) Decca 1349, MCA 2-4105, Classics (F) 70581

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 1261
Decca 1303
Decca 1349
Decca 1531
(12‘) MCA 2-4105 entitled THE BEST OF ANDY KIRK AND THE CLOUDS OF JOY
(CD) Classics (F) 70581 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1937 - 1938

 Classics (F) 70581


BENNY GOODMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Benny Goodman, cl; Ziggy Elman, Gordon Griffin, Harry James, tp; Red Ballard, Murray McEachern, tb; Hymie Schertzer, George Koenig, as; Vido Musso, Arthur Rollini, ts; Jess Stacy, p; Allan Reuss, g; Harry Goodman, b; Gene Krupa, dr; Mary Lou Williams, arr.

Hollywood, Los Angeles July 7, 1937

PBS.09576-3 ROLL EM (3:11) Victor 25627, 20-2047, 27-0061, EPB 1005, LPT 1005, Victor RD 345, AFRS H-54 #26, HMV B 8631, Grf K 8086, Victor (J) A 1094, HMV (I) GW 1467, RCA (F) 741.072, Bluebird AXM2-5537, RCA Bluebird 63 66155-2, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Victor 25627
Victor 20-2047
Grf K 8086
Victor (J) A 1094
HMV (I) GW 1467
(Elec.Trans) AFRS H-54 #26
(7‘) Victor 27-0061
Victor EPB 1005
(12) Victor LPT 1005
Victor RD 345
RCA (F) 741.072 entitled BENNY GOODMAN THE KINGDOM OF SWING VOLUME 7 (1935-1939)
Bluebird AXM2-5537
(CD) RCA Bluebird 63 66155-2
RCA 5630 entitled BENNY GOODMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA SING, SING, SING
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA
Classics (F) 879 entitled BENNY GOODMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA 1937

RCA (F) 741.072
RCA 5630
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141











Classics (F) 879




ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson, Paul King, Eart Thompson, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Ted Brinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr + voc; Leslie Johnakins, arr; Andy Kirk, ldr; Pha Terrell, voc; Claude Hopkins, arr.

New York, July 26, 1937

62446-A A MELLOW BIT OF RHYTHM (MLW arr) (3:17) Decca 1579, MCA-1343, MCA (F) 510.121, Swingfan (D) 1010, Classics (F) 70581, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Living Era (GB) 5108
62447-A IN MY WILDEST DREAMS (PT voc) (2:54) Decca 1579, Classics (F) 70581
62448-A BETTER LUCK NEXT TIME (PT voc) (2:49) Decca 1422, Classics (F) 70581
62449-A WITH LOVE IN MY HEART (PT voc) (2:44) Decca 1477, Classics (F) 70581

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 1422
Decca 1477
Decca 1579
(12‘) MCA-1343 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
MCA (F) 510.121 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
Swingfan (D) 1010 entitled BIG BANDS (various)
(CD) Classics (F) 70581 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1937 – 1938
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS

Swingfan (D) 1010
 Classics (F) 70581
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379
Living Era (GB) 5108


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson, Paul King, Eart Thompson, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Ted Brinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr + voc; Leslie Johnakins, arr; Andy Kirk, ldr; Pha Terrell, voc; Claude Hopkins, arr.

New York, July 27, 1937

62453-P WHAT'S MINE IS YOURS (PT voc) (3:16) Decca 1827, Classics (F) 70581
62454-A WHY CAN'T WE DO IT AGAIN ? (HW voc) (3:11) Decca 1477, Classics (F) 70581
62455-A THE KEY TO MY HEART (PT voc) (3:08) Decca 1710, Classics (F) 70581
62456-A I WANT TO BE A GYPSY (PT voc) (2:51) Decca 1422, Classics (F) 70581

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 1422
Decca 1477
Decca 1710
Decca 1827
(CD) Classics (F) 70581 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1937 – 1938
 
 Classics (F) 70581


Benny Goodman and his Orchestra
Benny Goodman, cl; Ziggy Elman, Gordon Griffin, Harry James, tp; Red Ballard, Murray McEachern, tb; Hymie Schertzer, George Koenig, as; Vido Musso, Arthur Rollini, ts; Jess Stacy, p; Allan Reuss, g; Harry Goodman, b; Gene Krupa, dr; Mary Lou Williams, arr.

NYC November 12, 1937

BS.017042-1 Camel hop (2:44) Victor 25717, EPBT 3056, LPT 3056, LPM 1239, AFRS 390-Pt.2, HMV (Aus) EA 2084, HMV (S) JK 2023, Victor (Arg) AVLT 3, RD 345, RCA (F) 741.072

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Victor 25717
HMV (Aus) EA 2084
HMV (S) JK 2023
(7‘) Victor EPBT 3056
(Elec.Trans) AFRS 390-Pt.2
(12‘) RCA LPT 3056
RCA LPM 1239
Victor (Arg) AVLT 3
Victor RD 345
RCA (F) 741.072 entitled BENNY GOODMAN THE KINGDOM OF SWING VOLUME 7 (1935-1939)
(CD) Classics (F) 899 entitled BENNY GOODMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA 1937-1938
(MP3) Membran (D) 231164 (MP3 DVD) entitled SWING THAT MUSIC (var)

RCA (F) 741.072


Classics (F) 899



ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson, Clarence Trice, Eart Thompson, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Ted Brinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr + voc; Leslie Johnakins, arr; Andy Kirk, ldr; Pha Terrell, voc; Claude Hopkins, arr.

New York, December 13, 1937

62872-A LOVER, COME BACK TO ME (PT voc) (3:15) Decca 1663, Classics (F) 70581
62873-A POOR BUTTERFLY (PT voc) (2:50) Decca 1663, Coral CRL 56019, MCA 2-4105, Classics (F) 70581
62874-A THE BIG DIPPER (2:56) Decca 1606, Swingfan (D) 1010, MCA-1343, MCA (F) 510.121, Classics (F) 70581
62875-A BEAR DOWN (2:54) Decca 1606, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160, MCA-1343, MCA (F) 510.121, Classics (F) 70581, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 1606
Decca 1663
(12‘) Coral CRL 56019 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY SOUVENIR ALBUM VOL.1
Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160 entitled TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
Swingfan (D) 1010 entitled BIG BANDS (various)
MCA-1343 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
MCA (F) 510.121 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
MCA 2-4105 entitled THE BEST OF ANDY KIRK AND THE CLOUDS OF JOY
(CD) Classics (F) 70581 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1937 – 1938
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Coral CRL 56019
Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160
Swingfan (D) 1010
 Classics (F) 70581
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson, Clarence Trice, Eart Thompson, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Ted Brinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr + voc; Leslie Johnakins, arr; Andy Kirk, ldr; Pha Terrell, voc; Claude Hopkins, arr.

New York, February 8, 1938

63255-A I SURRENDER DEAR (PT voc) (3:06) Decca 1916, Coral CRL 56019, Classics (F) 70581
63256-A TWINKLIN' (3:04) Decca 2483, Brunswick (D) 87 019 LPBM, Jazum 46, MCA-1343,
MCA (F) 510.121, Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20, Affinity (GB) AFS 1011, Classics (F) 70581, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Acrobat (unknown number), Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016, Living Era (GB) 5108, Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
63257-A IT MUST BE TRUE (PT voc) (3:09) Decca 1827, Classics (F) 70581
63258-A I'LL GET BY (as long as I have you) (HW voc)(3:05) Decca 1916, Coral CRL 56019, MCA 2-4105, Classics (F) 70581

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 1827
Decca 1916
Decca 2483
(12‘) Coral CRL 56019 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY SOUVENIR ALBUM VOL.1
Brunswick (D) 87 019 LPBM entitled KANSAS CITY MEMORIES (various)
Jazum 46
MCA-1343 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
MCA (F) 510.121 entitled ANY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND 1936 - 1938
MCA 2-4105 entitled THE BEST OF ANDY KIRK AND THE CLOUDS OF JOY
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FIRST LADY OF PIANO
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY WALKIN‘ & SWINGIN‘
(CD) Classics (F) 70581 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1937 – 1938
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Acrobat (unknown number)
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS KEY MOMENTS
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUEEN OF THE BLUES
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY Vol. 2
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Coral CRL 56019
Brunswick (D) 87 019 LPBM
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011
  Classics (F) 70581
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379
Acrobat (unknown number)
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016
Living Era (GB) 5108
Future Noise Music (number unknown)
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)




ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson, Clarence Trice, Eart Thompson, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Ted Brinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr + voc; Leslie Johnakins, arr; Andy Kirk, ldr; Pha Terrell, voc; Claude Hopkins, arr.

New York, February 10, 1938

63259-A LITTLE JOE FROM CHICAGO (ENS voc, MLW arr) (2:44) Decca 1710, Brunswick (GB/F) A 82077, MCA 2-4105, Brunswick (D) 87 098, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160, MCA (F) 510.133, The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357, Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20, Affinity (GB) AFS 1011, Classics (F) 70581, Acrobat (unknown number), Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016, Legacy 64855, Living Era (GB) 5108, Sounds of yesteryear (GB) DSOY 627, Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 1710
Brunswick (GB/F) A 82077
(12) MCA 2-4105 entitled THE BEST OF ANDY KIRK AND THE CLOUDS OF JOY
Brunswick (D) 87 098 entitled THE GOLDEN BOOK OF CLASSIC SWING VOL.2 (various)
Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160 entitled TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
MCA (F) 510.133 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “CLOUDS AT SUNDOWN“ 1938 - 1942
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FIRST LADY OF PIANO
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY WALKIN‘ & SWINGIN‘
(CD) The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS GREATEST LADY PIANO PLAYER IN JAZZ
Classics (F) 70581 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1937 – 1938
Acrobat (unknown number)
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016 MARY LOU WILLIAMS KEY MOMENTS
Legacy 64855 entitled THE REAL KANSAS CITY OF THE 20’s, 30’s & 40’s (var)
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Sounds of yesteryear (GB) DSOY 627 ANDY KIRK AND HIS ORCHESTRA NEW ORLEANS JUMP
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59











Brunswick A 82077

Brunswick (D) 87 098
Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160
MCA (F) 510.133
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011
The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357
  Classics (F) 70581
Acrobat (unknown number)
Topaz (GB) TPZ 1016
Legacy 64855

Living Era (GB) 5108













Sounds of yesteryear (GB) DSOY 627

Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)

 Acrobat FADCD 2046


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson, Clarence Trice, Eart Thompson, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Ted Brinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr + voc; Leslie Johnakins, arr; Andy Kirk, ldr; Pha Terrell, voc; Claude Hopkins, arr.

New York, September 9, 1938

64613-A BLESS YOU, MY DEAR (3:06) (PT voc) Decca 2204, Classics (F) 70598
64614-A HOW CAN WE BE WRONG ? (3:15)(PT voc) Decca 2081, Classics (F) 598
64615-A MESS-A STOMP (MLW voc) (3:04) Decca 2204, MCA (F) 510.133, Classics (F) 70598, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Acrobat (unknown number)

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 2081
Decca 2204
(12‘) MCA (F) 510.133 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “CLOUDS AT SUNDOWN“ 1938 - 1942
(CD) Classics (F) 70598 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1938
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Acrobat (unknown number)

MCA (F) 510.133
Classics (F) 70598
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379
Acrobat (unknown number)


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson, Clarence Trice, Eart Thompson, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Ted Brinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr + voc; Leslie Johnakins, arr; Andy Kirk, ldr; Pha Terrell, voc; Claude Hopkins, arr.

New York, September 12, 1938

64642-A TOADIE TODDLE (2:37) (BT voc) Decca 2127, Classics (F) 70598, Living Era (GB) 5108
64643-A I WON'T TELL A SOUL (I LOVE YOU?(PT voc) Decca 2127, (3:09) Classics (F) 70598, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379
64644-A WHAT WOULD PEOPLE SAY ? (2:50)(PT voc) Decca 2277, Classics (F) 70598
64645-A HOW MUCH DO YOU MEAN TO ME ? (PT voc) Decca 2081, (2:59) Classics (F) 70598

ISSUES:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 2127
Decca 2277
Decca 2081

(CD) Classics (F) 70598 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1938
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Classics (F) 70598
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379
Living Era (GB) 5108


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, p; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr.

NYC, September 14, 1938

W-64662-A THE PEARLS (3:00) Decca 2796, Brunswick E 02836, MCA-1329, MCA 510.090, Affinity (GB) AFS 1028, The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141, Classics (F) 630, 70630, Acrobat (unknown number), Living Era (GB) 5073, Decca GRP 639, Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
W-64663-A FREDDIE BLUES (2:44) Decca 2797, Decca DL 5486, MCA (F) 510 204, Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20, Affinity (GB) AFS 1005, Classics (F) 630, 70630, Classic Jazz CDCD 1067
W-64664-A SWEET PATOOTIE (2:30) Decca 2797, Brunswick (GB) 03009, MCA (F) 510 204, Classics (F) 630, 70630
W-64665-A THE ROCKS (2:34) Decca 2796, Brunswick (GB) 03009, MCA-1329, MCA (F) 510.090, Stash ST 112, ST B001, The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357, Classics (F) 630, 70630, Acrobat (unknown number), Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 2796
Decca 2797
(?) Brunswick (GB) 03009
Brunswick (GB) 02836
Decca DL 5486 entitled THE FEMININE TOUCH (var)
(12‘) MCA-1329 entitled KINGS AND QUEENS OF IVORY 1 (var)
MCA (F) 510.090
MCA (F) 510 204 entitled PIANO IN STYLE Vol.3 (various)
Stash ST B001,
Stash ST 112 entitled WOMEN IN JAZZ PIANISTS VOLUME 2 (various)
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FIRST LADY OF PIANO
Affinity (GB) AFS 1028 entitled PIANO PORTRAITS, Vol.2 ROCKIN‘ IN RHYTHM (various)
Affinity (GB) AFS 1005 (TCAFS 1005) entitled THE BOOGIE WOOGIE MASTERS (various)
(CD) The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS GREATEST LADY PIANO PLAYER IN JAZZ
Classics (F) 630 = 70630 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1927 – 1940
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA
Acrobat (unknown number)
Living Era (GB) 5073 entitled HANDFUL OF KEYS (var)
Classic Jazz CDCD 1067 entitled BOOGIE WOOGIE MASTERS (var)
Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUEEN OF THE BLUES
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY Vol. 2
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59











Brunswick 02836

MCA-1329
MCA (F) 510 204
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20
The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357
Classics (F) 70630
Acrobat (unknown number)
Living Era (GB) 5073
CLASSIC CDCD 1067
Future Noise Music (number unknown)
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)
Decca GRP 639

Acrobat FADCD 2046


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson, Clarence Trice, Eart Thompson, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Ted Brinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr + voc; Leslie Johnakins, arr; Andy Kirk, ldr; Pha Terrell, voc; Claude Hopkins, arr.

New York, October 24, 1938

64694-A JUMP JACK JUMP (2:54) Decca 2226, Brunswick (GB/F) A 82000, Brunswick (D) 87019 LPBM, MCA (F) 510.133, Classics (F) 70598, Living Era (GB) 5108
64695-A BREEZE (PT voc) (2:56) Decca 2261, Coral CRL 56019, MCA 2-4105, Classics (F) 70598
64696-A GHOST OF LOVE (3:12) (PT voc) Decca 2226, Classics (F) 70598
64697 WHAT A LIFE (3:09) (PT voc) Decca 2617, Classics (F) 70598

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 2236
Decca 2261
Decca 2617
Brunswick (GB/F) A 82000
(12) Brunswick (D) 87019 LPBM entitled KANSAS CITY MEMORIES (various)
Coral CRL 56019 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY SOUVENIR ALBUM VOL.1
MCA (F) 510.133 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “CLOUDS AT SUNDOWN“ 1938 - 1942
MCA 2-4105 entitled THE BEST OF ANDY KIRK AND THE CLOUDS OF JOY
(CD) Classics (F) 70598 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1938
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS

Brunswick (D) 87019 LPBM
Coral CRL 56019
MCA (F) 510.133
Classics (F) 70598
Living Era (GB) 5108


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson, Clarence Trice, Eart Thompson, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Ted Brinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr + voc; Leslie Johnakins, arr; Andy Kirk, ldr; Pha Terrell, voc; Claude Hopkins, arr.

New York, October 25, 1938

64698-A SITTIN' AROUND AND DREAMIN' (PT voc) Decca 2261, (3:03) Classics (F) 70598
64699-A WHAT'S YOUR STORY, MORNING GLORY (PTvoc) (3:08) Decca 3306, Classics (F) 70598, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 2261
Decca 3306
(CD) Classics (F) 70598 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1938
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Classics (F) 70598
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379
 Acrobat FADCD 2046


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson, Clarence Trice, Eart Thompson, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Ted Brinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr + voc; Leslie Johnakins, arr; Andy Kirk, ldr; Pha Terrell, voc; O’Neil Spencer, voc; Claude Hopkins, arr.

New York, December 5, 1938

64777-A HONEY (2:47) (PT voc) Decca 2326, Classics (F) 70598
64778 SEPTEMBER IN THE RAIN (PT voc) (2:42) Decca 2617, Coral CRL 56019, Classics (F) 70598
64779-A CLOUDS (2:47) (PT voc) Decca 2570, Classics (F) 70598
64780-A JULIUS CAESAR (3:09) (ENS voc) Decca 2383, Classics (F) 70598
64781-A DUNKIN' A DOUGHNUT (2:52) Decca 2723, Brunswick (F) 505 263, MCA (F) 510.133, Swingfan (D) 1010, Classics (F) 70598, Living Era (GB) 5108

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 2326
Decca 2383
Decca 2570
Decca 2617
Decca 2723
Brunswick (F) 505 263
(12) Coral CRL 56019 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY SOUVENIR ALBUM VOL.1
MCA (F) 510.133 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “CLOUDS AT SUNDOWN“ 1938 - 1942
Swingfan (D) 1010 entitled BIG BANDS (various)
(CD) Classics (F) 70598 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1938
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Coral CRL 56019
MCA (F) 510.133
Swingfan (D) 1010
Classics (F) 70598
Living Era (GB) 5108


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson, Clarence Trice, Eart Thompson, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; John Williams, as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Ted Brinson, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr + voc; Leslie Johnakins, arr; Andy Kirk, ldr; Pha Terrell, voc; O’Neil Spencer, voc; Claude Hopkins, arr.

New York, December 6, 1938

64782-A GOODBYE (3:03) (PT voc) Decca 2570, Classics (F) 70598
64783-A MARY‘S IDEA (MLW arr) (3:00) Decca 2326, DL 79232, Brunswick (GB/F) A 82077,
Brunswick (D) 87 019 LPBM, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160, MCA-1308, MCA (F) 510.033, Affinity (GB) AFS 1011, The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141, Classics (F) 70598, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Acrobat (unknown number), Living Era (GB) 5108, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
64678-A BUT IT DIDN'T MEAN A THING (2:56) (PT voc) Decca 2277, Classics (F) 70598
64785-Z SAY IT AGAIN (2:32) (PT voc) Decca 2774, Classics (F) 70598

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 2277
Decca 2326
Decca 2570
Decca 2774
Brunswick (GB/F) A 82077
(12‘) Decca DL 79232 entitled ANDY KIRK INSTRUMENTALLY
Brunswick (D) 87 019 LPBM entitled KANSAS CITY MEMORIES (various)
Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160 entitled TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
MCA-1308 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “INSTRUMENTALLY SPEAKING“ 1936 - 1942
MCA (F) 510.033 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “INSTRUMENTALLY SPEAKING“ 1936 - 1942
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY WALKIN‘ & SWINGIN‘
(CD) The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS GREATEST LADY PIANO PLAYER IN JAZZ
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA
Classics (F) 70598 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1938
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Acrobat (unknown number)
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59











Brunswick A 82077










Brunswick (D) 87 019 LPBM

Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160

MCA-1308
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011
The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357
Classics (F) 70598

Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379

Acrobat (unknown number)
Living Era (GB) 5108
Acrobat FADCD 2046



ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Harry Lawson, Clarence Trice, Eart Thompson, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl + as + bar; Don Byas, ts; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Floyd Smith, g,el-g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr + voc; Leslie Johnakins, arr; Andy Kirk, ldr; Pha Terrell, voc; Claude Hopkins, arr.

New York, March 16, 1939

65188-A YOU SET ME ON FIRE (PT voc) (2:55) Decca 2383, Franklin Mint Record Society,
Classics (F) 70640
65189-A I'LL NEVER LEARN (PT voc) (3:12) Decca 2510, Classics (F) 70640
65109-A CLOSE TO FIVE (2:51) Decca 2407, Brunswick (D) 87019 LPBM, MCA (F) 510.133,
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Living Era (GB) 5108, Classics (F) 70640
65191-A FLOYD'S GUITAR BLUES el-g solo, MLWarr (3:04) Decca 2483, DL 79232, Coral CRL 56019, MCA-1308, MCA (F) 510.033, Affinity (GB) AFS 1011, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Living Era (GB) 5108, Classics (F) 70640

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 2383
Decca 2407
Decca 2510
(12‘) Decca 79232 entitled ANDY KIRK INSTRUMENTALLY
Brunswick (D) 87019 LPBM entitled KANSAS CITY MEMORIES (various)
Coral CRL 56019 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY SOUVENIR ALBUM VOL.1
Franklin Mint Record Society
MCA-1308 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “INSTRUMENTALLY SPEAKING“ 1936 - 1942
MCA (F) 510.033 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “INSTRUMENTALLY SPEAKING“ 1936 - 1942
MCA (F) 510.133 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “CLOUDS AT SUNDOWN“ 1938 - 1942
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY WALKIN‘ & SWINGIN‘
(CD) Classics (F) 70640 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1939 – 1940
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Brunswick (D) 87019 LPBM
Coral CRL 56019
MCA-1308
MCA (F) 510.133
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011
  Classics (F) 70640
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379
Living Era (GB) 5108


MILDRED BAILEY AND HER OXFORD GREYS
Mary Lou Williams, p; Floyd Smith, g; John Williams, b; Eddie Dougherty, dr; Mildred Bailey, voc.

NYC, March 16, 1939

W24228-1 THERE'LL BE SOME CHANGE MADE (3:10) Vocalion 5268, Columbia 35943, C3L 22, Rosetta RR1302, Recording Arts JZCD 353, i grandi del JAZZ (I) GdJ 93, Topaz (GB) TPZ 1007, Giants of Jazz (I) CD 53282, Mosaic MD10-204, Edition Atlas (F) (unknown number), Membran (D) (unknown number), Classics (F) 71187
W24229-1 BARRELHOUSE MUSIC (2:57) Vocalion 4802, Parlophone (GB) ER 2692, Brunswick (D) 82178, Columbia C3L 22, Recording Arts JZCD 353, Giants of Jazz (I) CD 53282,
Mosaic MD10-204, Edition Atlas (F) (unknown number), Membran (D) (unknown number), Classics (F) 71187
W24230-1 ARKANSAS BLUES (3:00) Vocalion 4801, Columbia B-1617, Conqueror 9217, Parlophone (GB) ER 2685, Odeon (S) 272261, Columbia/Sony (J) 20AP 1457, Columbia C3L 22, Recording Arts JZCD 353, Giants of Jazz (I) CD 53282, Mosaic MD10-204, Membran (D) (unknown number), Classics (F) 71187
W24231-1 GULF COAST BLUES (2:57) Vocalion 4800, Columbia B-1617, Columbia C3L 22, i grandi del JAZZ (I) GdJ 93, Recording Arts JZCD 353, Topaz(GB) TPZ 1007, Giants of Jazz (I) CD 53282, Mosaic MD10-204, Living Era CD AJS 2020, Classics (F) 71187
W24231-2 GULF COAST BLUES Brunswick (D) 82176, Mosaic MD10-204
W24232-1 YOU DON'T KNOW MY MIND BLUES (2:51) Vocalion 4802, Parlophone (GB) ER 2692, Brunswick (D) 82178, Columbia C3L 22, Recording Arts JZCD 353, Mosaic MD10-204, Classics (F) 71187
W24233-1 PRISONER OF LOVE (2:46) Vocalion 5268, Columbia C3L 22, Recording Arts JZCD 353, Mosaic MD10-204, Living Era CD AJS 2020, Sony (unknown number), Classics (F) 71187

Note : Recording Arts JZCD 353 "The blues singer Vol. 1

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Vocalion 4800
Vocalion 4801
Vocalion 4802
Vocalion 5268
Columbia 35943
Conqueror 9217
Brunswick (D) 82176
Brunswick (D) 82178
(7', 45rpm) Columbia B-1617 entitled BLUES BY MILDRED BAILEY
(12‘) Rosetta RR 1302
Columbia C3L 22 entitled MILDRED BAILEY HER GREATEST PERFORMANCES 1929-1946
(?) Parlophone (GB) ER 2685
(?) Parlophone (GB) ER 2692
(?) Odeon (S) 272261
Columbia/Sony (J) 20AP 1457 entitled A PORTRAIT OF MILDRED BAILEY 1934 – 40 HER GREATEST SELECTIONS!
i grandi del JAZZ (I) GdJ 93 entitled MILDRED BAILEY
(CD) Recording Arts JZCD 353
Topaz(GB) TPZ 1007 MILDRED BAILEY THAT ROCKIN’ CHAIR LADY
Giants of Jazz (I) CD 53282 entitled MILDRED BAILEY THANKS FOR THE MEMORY
Mosaic MD10-204 entitled THE COMPLETE COLUMBIA RECORDINGS OF MILDRED BAILEY
LIVING ERA CD AJS 2020 entitled MILDRED BAILEY THE ROCKING CHAIR LADY
Sony (unknown number) entitled THE INCOMPARABLE MILDRED BAILEY
Edition Atlas (F) (unknown number) entitled MILDRED BAILEY THE ROCKIN’ CHAIR LADY
Membran (D) (unknown number) entitled MILDRED BAILEY SUNDAY, MONDAY OR ALWAYS
Classics (F) 71187 entitled MILDRED BAILEY 1939











Vocalion 4800
 









Columbia B-1617

Columbia C3L 22
Columbia/Sony (J) 20AP 1457
Mosaic MD10-204










Classics (F) 71187

 I grandi del JAZZ (I) GdJ 9
Living Era CD AJS 2020
Sony (unknown number)
Edition Atlas (F) (unknown number)
Topaz(GB) TPZ 1007
Membran (D) (unknown number)


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Clarence Trice, Eart Thompson, Harry Lawoon, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harringlon, cl +as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, Don Byas, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p +arr; Floyd Smith, g + el-g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr; June Richmond, Pha Terrell voc.

New York, March 23, 1939

65249-A THEN I'LL BE HAPPY (JR voc) (2:31) Decca 2723, Classics (F) 70640
65250-A S' POSIN' (PT voc) (2:24) Decca 2510, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160, MCA (F) 510.133, Classics (F) 70640
65251-A I'LL NEVER FAIL YOU (PT voc) (2:55) Decca 2407, Classics (F) 70640
65252-A WHY DON'T I GET WISE TO MYSELF ? (PTvoc) (2:42) Decca 2774, Classics (F) 70640


Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 2407
Decca 2510
Decca 2723
Decca 2774
(12‘) Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160 entitled TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
MCA (F) 510.133 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “CLOUDS AT SUNDOWN“ 1938 - 1942
(CD) Classics (F) 70640 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1939 – 1940
Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160
MCA (F) 510.133
  Classics (F) 70640



MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, p.

NYC, October 12, 1939

25470-1 LITTLE JOE FROM CHICAGO (2:33) Columbia 37334, Tax m-8034, Classics (F) 630, 70630, Columbia (EU) 4912412
25471-A MARGIE (2:27) The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357, Classics (F) 70640, Living Era (GB) 5108, Le Chante du Monde (F) 5741801.25

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Columbia 37334
(12‘) Tax m-8034 entitled SWING STREET VOLUME 3 (var)
(CD) The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS GREATEST LADY PIANO PLAYER IN JAZZ
Classics (F) 630 = 70630 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1927 – 1940
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Columbia (EU) 4912412 entitled PIANO JAZZ & BOOGIE WOOGIE (var)
Classics (F) 70640 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1939 – 1940
Le Chante du Monde (F) 5741801.25 entitled L'HISTORIE DU PIANO JAZZ (var)

Tax m-8034
The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357
Classics (F) 70630
Living Era (GB) 5108
Columbia (EU) 4912412
  Classics (F) 70640










Le Chante du Monde (F) 5741801.25



ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Clarence Trice, Eart Thompson, Harry Lawoon, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harringlon, cl +as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, Don Byas, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p +arr; Floyd Smith, g + el-g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr; June Richmond, Pha Terrell voc.

New York, November 15, 1939

66877-A I'M GETTING NOWHERE WITH YOU (PT voc) (2:46)  Decca 2957, Classics (F) 70640
66873-A I DON'T STAND A GHOST OF A CHANCE (PT voc) (3:02) Decca 2915, (3:06) MCA 2-4105, Classics (F) 70640
66879-A PLEASE DON'T TALK ABOUT ME WHEN I'M GONE (JR voc) (2:52) Decca 3033, Classics (F) 70640
66880-A BIG JIM BLUES (MLW voc) (2:54) Decca 2915, DL 79232, Brunswick (F) 505 263, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160, MCA-1308, MCA (F) 510.033, Affinity (GB) AFS 1011, Living Era (GB) 5108, Classics (F) 70640

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 2915
Decca 2957
Decca 3033
Brunswick (F) 505 263
(12) Decca 79232 entitled ANDY KIRK INSTRUMENTALLY
Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160 entitled TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
MCA-1308 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “INSTRUMENTALLY SPEAKING“ 1936 - 1942
MCA (F) 510.033 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “INSTRUMENTALLY SPEAKING“ 1936 - 1942
MCA 2-4105 entitled THE BEST OF ANDY KIRK AND THE CLOUDS OF JOY
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY WALKIN‘ & SWINGIN‘
(CD) Classics (F) 70640 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1939 – 1940
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011
  Classics (F) 70640

MCA-1308
Living Era (GB) 5108


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Clarence Trice, Eart Thompson, Harry Lawoon, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Fred Robinson, tb + voc; John Harringlon, cl +as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, Don Byas, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p +arr; Floyd Smith, g + el-g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr; June Richmond, Pha Terrell voc.

New York, January 2, 1940

67010-A,B WHAM (WHAM-RE-BOP-BOOM-BAM) (JR voc) (3:05) Decca 2962, MCA 2-4105, Classics (F) 70640, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Living Era (GB) 5108
67011-A LOVE IS THE THING (PT voc) (2:57) Decca 2962, Classics (F) 70640
67012-A WHY GO ON PRETENTING ? (PT voc) (2:57) Decca 3033, Classics (F) 70640
67013-A IT ALWAYS WILL BE YOU (JR voc) (3:16) Decca 2957, Classics (F) 70640

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 2957
Decca 2962
Decca 3033
(12‘) MCA 2-4105 entitled THE BEST OF ANDY KIRK AND THE CLOUDS OF JOY
(CD) Classics (F) 70640 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1939 – 1940
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Living Era (GB) 5108 entitled ANDY KIRK THE 12 CLOUDS OF JOY WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS

  Classics (F) 70640

Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379

Living Era (GB) 5108


SIX MEN AND A GIRL
Earl Thompson, tp; Earl Buddy Miller, cl + as; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p; Floyd Smith, g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thipgen, dr.

NYC, January 26, 1940

US-1316-1 MARY LOU WILLIAMS BLUES (3:15) Varsity 8193, JazzDocument (S) va-7999, The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357, Savoy SJL 2246, SJL 1202, Classics (F) 630, 70630, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
US-1317-1 TEA FOR TWO (2:48) Varsity 8193, Savoy XP 8057, MG 15015, SJL 2246, SJL1202, JazzDocument (S) va-7999, The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357, Classics (F) 630, 70630
US-1318-1 SCRATCHIN' THE GRAVEL (3:11) Varsity 8190, Stash ST 109, Savoy SJL 2246, SJL 1202, JazzDocument (S) va-7999, The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357, Classics (F) 630, 70630, Acrobat (unknown number), Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)
US-1319-1 ZONKY (2:54) Varsity 8190, Stash ST 109, Savoy XP 8057, MG 15015, SJL 2246, SJL 1202, JazzDocument (S) va-7999, The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357, Classics (F) 630, 70630, Jass CD-9/10, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141, Acrobat (unknown number), Promo Sound (GB) (unknown number), Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Varsity 8190
Varsity 8193
(7‘, 45rpm) Savoy XP 8057 entitled THE GOLDEN ERA OF JAZZ Vol.5 (var)
(10‘) Savoy MG 15015 entitled THE GOLDEN ERA OF JAZ Vol.1 (var)
(12‘) Stash ST 109
Savoy SJL 2246 entitled BLACK SWING TRADITON (var)
Savoy SJL 1202 entitled FIRST LADIES OF JAZZ (various)
JazzDocument (S) va-7999 entitled SOUND OF HARLEM Vol.1 (var)
(CD) The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS GREATEST LADY PIANO PLAYER IN JAZZ
Classics (F) 630 = 70630 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1927 - 1940
Jass CD-9/10 entitled FORTY YEARS OF WOMEN IN JAZZ A DOUBLE DISC FEMINIST RETROSPRECTIVE (var)
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA
Acrobat (unknown number)
(MP3) Promo Sound (GB) (unknown number) entitled Jazz History of Jazz 1940 (various)
Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUEEN OF THE BLUES
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY Vol. 2
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59








Varsity 8190

Savoy XP 8057

Savoy SJL 2246

Savoy SJL 1202

JazzDocument (S) va-7999

The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357

Classics (F) 70630

Jass CD-9/10

Acrobat (unknown number)

Promo Sound (GB) (unknown number)

Future Noise Music (number unknown)

Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)
Acrobat FADCD 2046



ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Clarence Trice, Harold Baker, Harry Lawoon, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Fred Robinson, tb + voc; John Harringlon, cl +as + bar; Rudy Powell cl + as; Dick Wilson, Edward Inge cl + ts; Mary Lou Williams, p +arr; Floyd Smith, g + el-g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr; June Richmond, Pha Terrell voc.

New York, June 25, 1940

67893-A FINE AND MELLOW (JR voc) (2:59) Decca 3282, Swingfan (D) 1010, MCA (F) 510.133, Classics (F) 70640
67894-A SCRATCHING IN THE GRAVEL (3:10) Decca 3293, MCA (F) 510.133, Classics (F) 70640, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
67895-A FIFTEEN MINUTES INTERMISSION (3:06) Decca 3282 (JR voc) Classics (F) 70640
67896-A TAKE THOSE BLUES AWAY (JR voc) (2:51) Decca 3293, Classics (F) 70640

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 3282
Decca 3293
(12‘) MCA (F) 510.133 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “CLOUDS AT SUNDOWN“ 1938 - 1942
Swingfan (D) 1010 entitled BIG BANDS (various)
(CD) Classics (F) 70640 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1939 – 1940
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59










Decca 3282A

MCA (F) 510.133

Swingfan (D) 1010

  Classics (F) 70640

Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379
Acrobat FADCD 2046



ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Clarence Trice, Harold Baker, Harry Lawoon, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Fred Robinson, tb + voc; John Harringlon, cl +as + bar; Rudy Powell cl + as; Dick Wilson, Edward Inge cl + ts; Mary Lou Williams, p +arr; Floyd Smith, g + el-g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr; June Richmond, Pha Terrell voc.

New York, July 8 , 1940

67917-A NOW I LAY ME DOWN TO DREAM (2:54) Decca 3306, (PT voc) Classics (F) 70640
67918-A NO GREATER LOVE (PT voc) (3:02) Decca 3350, Classics (F) 70640
67919-A MIDNIGHT STROLL (JR voc) (3:21) Decca 3350, Classics (F) 70681
67920-A LITTLE MISS (3:10) Decca 3491, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160, MCA (F) 510.133, Classics (F) 70681

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 3306
Decca 3350
Decca 3491
(12‘) Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160 entitled TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
MCA (F) 510.133 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “CLOUDS AT SUNDOWN“ 1938 - 1942
(CD) Classics (F) 70640 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1939 – 1940
Classics (F) 70681 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1940 – 1942










Decca 3306A

Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160

MCA (F) 510.133

  Classics (F) 70640

  Classics (F) 70681


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Clarence Trice, Harold Baker, Harry Lawoon, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl +as + bar; Rudy Powell cl + as; Dick Wilson, Edward Inge cl + ts; Mary Lou Williams, p +arr; Floyd Smith, g + el-g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr; June Richmond, Pha Terrell voc.

New York, November 7, 1940

68317-A THE COUNT (3:13) Decca 18123, MCA (F) 510.133, Coral (GB) CP 39, Decca DL 8044, Classics (F) 70681, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Acrobat (unknown number), Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
68318-A TWELFTH STREET RAG (2:54) Decca 18123, MCA (F) 510.133, Coral (GB) CP 39, Decca DL 8044, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160, Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20, Affinity (GB) AFS 1011, Classics (F) 70681, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379
68319-A WHEN I SAW YOU (HW voc) (3:08) Decca 3491, Classics (F) 70681

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 3491
Decca 18123
(12‘) Coral/Decca DL 8044 entitled KANSAS CITY JAZZ (various)
Coral (GB) CP 39
Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160 entitled TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
MCA (F) 510.133 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “CLOUDS AT SUNDOWN“ 1938 - 1942
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FIRST LADY OF PIANO
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY WALKIN‘ & SWINGIN‘
(CD) Classics (F) 70681 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1940 – 1942
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Acrobat (unknown number)
Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUEEN OF THE BLUES
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY Vol. 2
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59








Decca 3491A

Coral/Decca DL 8044

Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160

MCA (F) 510.133

Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20

Affinity (GB) AFS 1011

 Classics (F) 70681

Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379

Acrobat (unknown number)

Future Noise Music (number unknown)

Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)
Acrobat FADCD 2046



ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Clarence Trice, Harold Baker, Harry Lawoon, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl +as + bar; Rudy Powell cl + as; Dick Wilson, Edward Inge cl + ts; Mary Lou Williams, p +arr; Floyd Smith, g + el-g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr; June Richmond, Pha Terrell voc.

New York, November 18, 1940

68363-A IF I FEEL THIS WAY TOMORROW (HWvoc) (3:02) Decca 3582, Classics (F) 70681
68364-A OR HAVE I ? (HW voc) (2:53) Decca 3582, Classics (F) 70681

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 3582
(CD) Classics (F) 70681 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1940 – 1942










Decca 3582A

 Classics (F) 70681


MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND HER KANSAS CITY SEVEN
Harold Baker, tp; Ted Donelly, tb; Edward Inge, cl; Dick Wilson, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thipgen, dr

NYC, November 18, 1940

68365-A BABY DEAR (2:47) Decca A-214, 18122, DL 8044, Brunswick (D) 87 526, MCA (F) 510 088, Coral Cops 1626, The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357, Classics (F) 630, 70630, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Acrobat (unknown number), Topaz (GB) (unknown number), Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
68366-A HARMONY BLUES (2:47) Decca A-214, 18122, DL 8044, Brunswick (D) 87 526, MCA (F) 510 088, Coral Cops 1626, The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357, Classics (F) 630, 70630, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Acrobat (unknown number), Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca A-214 entitled KANSAS CITY JAZZ (Box with 6 shellacs)
Decca 18122
(12‘) Brunswick (D) 87 526 entitled THE GOLDEN SWING YEARS VOL.2 (var)
Coral/Decca DL 8044 entitled KANSAS CITY JAZZ (various)
Coral Cops 1626
MCA (F) 510 088 entitled THE SWINGING SMALL BANDS 2 1940 – 1944 (var)
(CD) The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS GREATEST LADY PIANO PLAYER IN JAZZ
Classics (F) 630 = 70630 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1927 – 1940
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Acrobat (unknown number)
Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUEEN OF THE BLUES
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59









Decca A-214

Brunswick (D) 87 526

Coral/Decca DL 8044

MCA (F) 510 088

The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357

Classics (F) 70630

Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379

Acrobat (unknown number)

Topaz (GB) (unknown number)

Future Noise Music (number unknown)

Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)
Acrobat FADCD 2046



ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Clarence Trice, Harold Baker, Harry Lawoon, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl +as + bar; Rudy Powell cl + as; Dick Wilson, Edward Inge cl + ts; Mary Lou Williams, p +arr; Floyd Smith, g + el-g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr; June Richmond, Pha Terrell voc.

New York, January 3, 1941

68546-A CUBAN BOOGIE WOOGIE (jr voc) (2:22) Decca 3663, Classics (F) 70681
68547-A A DREAM DROPPED IN (HW voc) (3:09) Decca 3619, Classics (F) 70681
68548-A IS IT A SIN (LOVING YOU ?)(HW voc) (3:07) Decca 3619, Classics (F) 70681
68549-A RING DEM BELLS (MLW arr) (2:48) Decca 3663, DL 79232, Ace of Hearts AH (GB) 160, MCA-1308, MCA (F) 510.033, Affinity (GB) AFS 1011, Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379, Acrobat (unkown number), Classics (F) 70681, Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 3619
Decca 3663
(12‘) Decca 79232 entitled ANDY KIRK INSTRUMENTALLY
Ace of Hearts AH (GB) 160 entitled TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
MCA-1308 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “INSTRUMENTALLY SPEAKING“ 1936 - 1942
MCA (F) 510.033 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “INSTRUMENTALLY SPEAKING“ 1936 - 1942
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY WALKIN‘ & SWINGIN‘
(CD) Classics (F) 70681 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1940 – 1942
Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY THE LADY WHO SWINGS THE BAND
Acrobat (unkown number)
Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUEEN OF THE BLUES
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY Vol. 2

Decca 3619A










Ace of Hearts (GB) 160













MCA-1308

Affinity (GB) AFS 1011

 Classics (F) 70681

Definitive (AND) DRCD 11379

Acrobat (unknown number)

Future Noise Music (number unknown)

Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)


ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY
Clarence Trice, Harold Baker, Harry Lawoon, tp; Ted Donnelly, tb; Henry Wells, tb + voc; John Harrington, cl +as + bar; Earl Miller, as; Dick Wilson, Edward Inge cl + ts; Mary Lou Williams, p +arr; Floyd Smith, g + el-g; Booker Collins, b; Ben Thigpen, dr; June Richmond, Pha Terrell voc.

New York, July 17, 1941

69519-A BIG TIME CRISP (ens voc) (2:58) Decca 4042, MCA (F) 510.133, Classics (F) 70681
69520-A 47th STREET JIVE (IR voc) (3:13) Decca 4042, Coral CRL 56019, Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160, MCA 2-4105, MCA (F) 510.133, Affinity (GB) AFS 1011, Classics (F) 70681, Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
69521-A I'M MISUNDERSTOOD (HW voc) (3:22) Decca 4141, Classics (F) 70681
69522-A NO ANSWER (HW voc) (2:49) Decca 4141, Classics (F) 70681

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Decca 4042
Decca 4141
(12‘) Coral CRL 56019 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY SOUVENIR ALBUM VOL.1
Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160 entitled TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY ANDY KIRK
MCA (F) 510.133 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY “CLOUDS AT SUNDOWN“ 1938 - 1942
MCA 2-4105 entitled THE BEST OF ANDY KIRK AND THE CLOUDS OF JOY
Affinity (GB) AFS 1011 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS CLOUDS OF JOY WALKIN‘ & SWINGIN‘
(CD) Classics (F) 70681 entitled ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY 1940 – 1942
Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUEEN OF THE BLUES
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Coral CRL 56019

Ace of Hearts (GB) AH 160

MCA (F) 510.133

Affinity (GB) AFS 1011

Classics (F) 70681

Acrobat (unknown number)

Future Noise Music (number unknown)

Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown)
Acrobat FADCD 2046


MARY LOU WILLIAMS (or ART BLAKEY)
Marion Hazel tp / Norris Turney as / Musa Kaleem (Orlando Wright) ts / Mary Lou Williams p / Edgar Willis b / Art Blakey dr

Kelly's Stable, NYC fall - autumn 1942

Note:
Not known if tapes exist. Entry according to Jazz Hot 1/59


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, p;

NYC, February , 1944

BLUE SKIES (2:21) FOLKWAYS FJ 2852, Folkways FW02852, Definitive Records (E) DRCD 11130, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
CARAVAN (2:34) FOLKWAYS FJ 2852, Folkways FW02852
YESTERDAYS (2:17) FOLKWAYS FJ 2852, Folkways FW02852, Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046

Issues:
(12‘) Folkways FJ 2852 entitled JAZZ PIANO GREATS (var)
(CD) Definitive Records (E) DRCD 11130 entitled TWO CATS & A MOUSE (var)
Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUEEN OF THE BLUES
Acrobat/Future Noise Music (number unknown) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MOTHER MARY
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Folkways FW02852

Definitive Records (E) DRCD 11130
Acrobat FADCD 2046



THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams, p; Al Lucas, b; Jack Parker, dr
NYC, March 7, 1944

N-1845 TAURUS MOOD (2:47) World Broadcasting System, Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141
N-1846 8TH AVENUE EXPRESS (incomplete) (2:10) Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43
N-1846 8TH AVENUE EXPRESS (2:38) World Broadcasting System, Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203
N-1847 LIMEHOUSE BLUES (incomplete) (1:51) Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43
N-1847 LIMEHOUSE BLUES (false start) (0:34) Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43
N-1847 LIMEHOUSE BLUES (2:42) World Broadcasting System, Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203, Membran (D) 222276-354
N-1848 FROGGY BOTTOM (false start) (0:54) Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43
N-1848 FROGGY BOTTOM (2:25) Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43
N-1848 FROGGY BOTTOM 2:29) Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43
N-1849 PEOPLE WILL SAY WE'RE IN LOVE (3:38) World Broadcasting System, Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43
N-1848 FROGGY BOTTOM (false start) (0:09) Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43
N-1848 FROGGY BOTTOM (2:25) World Broadcasting System, Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43
N-1850 MARCHETA (false start) (0:33) Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43
N-1850 MARCHETA (1:50) World Broadcasting System, Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43
N-1850 MARCHETA (2:42) Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43
N-1851 ROLL ' EM (3:13) World Broadcasting System, Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43
N-1852 MEDLEY:
CLOUDY / WHAT'S YOUR STORY, MORNING GLORY? /
GHOST OF LOVE (4:12) Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43
N-1852 MEDLEY:
CLOUDY / WHAT'S YOUR STORY, MORNING GLORY? /
GHOST OF LOVE (false start) (0:24) Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43
N-1852 MEDLEY:
CLOUDY / WHAT'S YOUR STORY, MORNING GLORY? /
GHOST OF LOVE (4:19) World Broadcasting System, Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203
N-1853 YANKEE DOODLE BLUES (2:36) Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43
N-1853 YANKEE DOODLE BLUES (2:06) World Broadcasting System, Audiophile AP-8, Solo Art SACD-43

Notes: Recording session for World Broadcasting System, not for commercial purchase. Titles with WJS are issued for radio broadcast purpose only. The complete recording session is for the first time available for the public on Audiophile AP-8.

Isues:
(16’’ transcriptions)) World Broadcasting System
(12‘) Audiophile AP-8 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO 1944 ROLL ‘EM
(CD) Solo Art SACD-43 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO ROLL ‘EM
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA
Past Perfect (D) 220335-203 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS CONVERSATION
Membran (D) 222276-354 BATTLE OF PIANOS (var)

 Audiophile AP-8










Solo Art SACD-43













Past Perfect (D) 220335-203

Membran (D) 222276-354


MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND HER CHOSEN FIVE
Frank Newton, tp; Vic Dickenson, tb; Ed Hall, cl: Mary Lou Williams, p; Al Lucas, b; Jack Parker, dr.

NYC, March 12, 1944

651-1004A LULLABY OF THE LEAVES (3:43) Asch A 450-1, Folkways FA 2966
652-1002A LITTLE JOE (2:52) (5:51) Asch A 450-2, Folkways FA 2966, FW 02292, Definitive Records (E) DRCD 11130, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141
652 LITTLE JOE (take 2) (1:53) Folkways FP 32, FJ 2292, FW 02292
652 LITTLE JOE (take 3) (7:10) Folkways FW02292
653-1003A ROLL 'EM (2:49) Asch A 450-2, The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357, Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20, Folkways FA 2966, FW 00AA2, Definitive Records (E) DRCD 11130, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141, Sounds of Yesteryear (GB) DSOY 737, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
656 SATCHEL MOUTH BABY (2:52) Asch 502-A, Folkways FA 2966
656 SATCHEL MOUTH BABY (alt.take) Selmer Y 7229

Notes: Vic Dickenson out on 653-1003A

On Folkways FP 32 the rehearsal is documented in 5 parts (5:43, 1:44, 2:20, 1:47, 2:38)
On Folkways FW02292 4 titles are given: Little Joe (5:51) / Little Joe take 2) (1:53) Little Joe (take 3) (7:10) plus I can’t get started (12:43)
Maybe the titles Roll’em – Satchel Mouth baby – Satchel mouth Baby (alt.take) are identical to I can’t get started an don this CD

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Asch A 450 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Asch 502
Selmer Y 7229
(12‘) Folkways FP 32 entitled REHEARSAL VOL.1 (var)
Folkways FA 2966 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE ASCH RECORDINGS 1944-47
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FIRST LADY OF PIANO
(CD) The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS GREATEST LADY PIANO PLAYER IN JAZZ
Definitive Records (E) DRCD 11130 entitled TWO CATS & A MOUSE (var)
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA
Folkways FW 02292 entitled FOOTNOTES TO JAZZ REHEARSAL Vol.1 (var)
Folkways FW 00AA2 entitlted The Asch Recordings, 1939 to 1947 - Vol. 1: Blues, Gospel, and Jazz (var)
Sounds of Yesteryear (GB) DSOY 737 entitled THE REAL SOUND OF R & B AND BOOGIE WOOGIE (var)
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Asch A 450


Folkways FP 32

Folkways FA 2966

Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20

The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357

Definitive Records (E) DRCD 11130

Sounds of Yesteryear (GB) DSOY 737
Acrobat FADCD 2046












Musica Jazz MJCD 1141


same, without tp + tb.

2A YESTERDAY KISSES (2:45) Selmer Y 7229, Baronet TR 3, Cupol (S) 9005, Folkways FA 2966

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Selmer Y 7229,
(?) Baronet TR 3,
(?) Cupol (S) 9005,
(12‘) Folkways FA 2966 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE ASCH RECORDINGS 1944-47

Folkways FA 2966


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, p.

NYC, April 19, 1944

660-1003B MARY LOU'S BOOGIE (2:35) Asch A 450-3, Folkways FA 2966, Cupol (S) 9001, Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20, PID 640415, 661-1002B DRAG 'EM (3:48) Asch A 450-1, Folkways FA 2966, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
662-1004B ST. LOUIS BLUES (3:13) Asch A 450-1, Selmer Y 7229, Baronet TR 3, Folkways FA 2966, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046

Note: a. On Cupol and Giants of Jazz as MARY’S BOOGIE and on other issues as MARY’s BOOGIE WOOGIE

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Asch A 450 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS
(?) Cupol (S) 9001
Selmer Y 7229
(?) Baronet TR 3
(12) Folkways FA 2966 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE ASCH RECORDINGS 1944-47
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FIRST LADY OF PIANO
(CD) PID 640408 entitled THE BEGINNING OF ROCK ‚N’ ROLL Vol.3 (var)
PID 640415 (unknown title)
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Asch A 450

Folkways FA 2966

Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20

PID 640408

PID 640415

Acrobat FADCD 2046



DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Shelton Hemphill, Rex Stewart, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance, tp; Lawrence Brown, Joe Nanton, Claude Jones, tb; Johnny Hodges, Otto Hardwicke, as; Al Sears, ts; Harry Carney, bs; Duke Ellington, p; Fred Guy, g; Junior Raglin, b; Sonny Greer, dr; Mary Lou Williams, arr;

Hurricane Restaurant, NYC May 21, 1944

Blue skies (3:19) Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141

Issues:
(CD) Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA











Musica Jazz MJCD 1141



MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND NORA LEE KING
Mary Lou Williams, p; Nora Lee King, voc.

NYC, May/June , 1944

MA1218 UNTIL MY BABY COMES BACK HOME (2:50) Asch 550-2A, Folkways FA 2966

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Asch 550
(12‘) Folkways FA 2966 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE ASCH RECORDINGS 1944-47
(CD) Smithsonian 0093074014820 (?) (cd) entitled BLUES CLASSIC Vol.2 (var)

Folkways FA 2966

Smithsonian 0093074014820



MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND HER ORCHESTRA
Dick Vance, tp; Vic Dickenson, tb; Claude Green, cl; Don Byas, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p; Al Lucas, b; Jack Parker, dr.

NYC, June 5, 1944

1234-1006B MAN O'MINE (4:10) Asch 552-2, Stinson SLP 24, Folkways FA 2966, Collectables COL-5612
1235-1005B STARDUST Part 2 (3:51) Asch 552-1, Stinson SLP 24, Folkways FA 2966, Collectables COL-5612
1236-1006A GJON MILI JAM SESSION (3:14) Asch 552-2, 1006, The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357, Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20, Stinson SLP 24, Folkways FA 2966, Definitive Records (E) DRCD 11130, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141, Collectables COL-5612
1239-1005A STARDUST Part 1 (3:25) Asch 552-1, Stinson SLP 24, Folkways FA 2966, Collectables COL-5612

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Asch 552
Asch 1006
(12)‘ Folkways FA 2966 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE ASCH RECORDINGS 1944-47
Stinson SLP 24 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FIRST LADY OF PIANO
(CD) The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS GREATEST LADY PIANO PLAYER IN JAZZ
Definitive Records (E) DRCD 11130 entitled TWO CATS & A MOUSE (var)
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA
Collectables COL-5612 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS & ORCHESTRA MEADE LUX LEWIS BOOGIE WOOGIE & BLUES (various)

Folkways FA 2966

Stinson SLP 24

Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20

The Golden Age of Jazz (I) JZCD 357

Definitive Records (E) DRCD 11130

Collectables COL-5612












 Musica Jazz MJCD 1141


MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Bill Coleman, tp + voc; Mary Lou Williams, p; Al Hall, b.
NYC, August 10, 1944

MA710 RUSSIAN LULLABY (2:51) Asch 351-1A, Folkways FA 2966
MA711 BLUE SKIES (2:40) Asch 351-1B, Folkways FA 2966
MA712 PERSIAN RUG (2:39) Asch 351-2A, Folkways FA 2966, Le Chant du Monde (F) 574 1211.20
MA713 NIGHT AND DAY (2:46) Asch 351-2B, Folkways FA 2966, Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20
MA714 YOU KNOW BABY (voc BC) (2:40) Asch 351-3A, Folkways FA 2966, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
MA715 I FOUND A NEW BABY (2:58) Asch 351-3B, Folkways FA 2966


Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Asch 351
(12‘) Folkways FA 2966 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE ASCH RECORDINGS 1944-47
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FIRST LADY OF PIANO
(CD) Le Chant du Monde (F) 574 1211.20 (cd) LES TRESORS DU JAZZ 1944-1951 (var)
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Asch 351

Folkways FA 2966

Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20
Acrobat FADCD 2046



Jam Session
Charlie Shavers, tp; Trummy Young, tb; Don Byas, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p; Remo Palmieri, g; Al Hall, b; Specs Powell, dr
(1) Stuff Smith (vln) with same rhythm.

NYC, November 24, 1944

Don’t fence me in (2:40) CBS radio broadcast
I’m making believe (2:29) CBS radio broadcast
Stormy weather (2:09) CBS radio broadcast, Sunbeam SB 209
Tain’t me (2:15) CBS radio broadcast, Sunbeam SB 209
Humoresque (1) (3:12 CBS radio broadcast
The baron riffs (3:08) CBS radio broadcast, AFRS Downbeat 119, V-Disc 373-A, Sunbeam, SB 211, Swing House (GB) SWH 13
(375) Roll ‘em (2:24) CBS radio broadcast, AFRS Downbeat 242, V-Disc 375B, Caracol 423, IAJRC 44, Swing House (GB) SWH-30, V-Disc (I) VDL 1013
(375) Gjon Mili jam session (2:47) CBS radio broadcast, V-Disc 375B, Caracol 423, Joker (I) SM 3112, V-Disc (I) VDL 1013

Notes: First 4 titles with the Paul Baron Orchestra / 5th title Stuff Smith + rhythm only Joker LP states that Bill Coleman is the trumpeter and the date was August 12, 1945. This could not be verified.

Issues:
AFRS Downbeat 119 (incomplete)
AFRS Downbeat 242
V-Disc 373A
V-Disc 375B
(12') Sunbeam SB 209
Sunbeam SB 211
IAJRC 44
Caracol 423 entitled ALL-STARS JAM SESSIONS (var)
Swing House (GB) SWH-13 entitled PAUL BARON ONE DEEP BREATH
Swing House (GB) SWH-30 entitled R & B AND BOOGIE WOOGIE VOLUME 2 “HEY LAWDY“ (various)
Joker (I) SM 3112 entitled LA STORIA DEL JAZZ IL JAZZ DEGLI ANNI ’40 (various)
V-Disc (I) VDL 1013 entitled LE STELLE DEL JAZZ VOL.3 (various)










V-Disc 373A










V-Disc 375B












V-Disc (I) VDL 1013











Caracol 423










Sunbeam SB 209










Sunbeam SB 211











Swing House (GB) SWH 13










Swing House (GB) SWH 30


Jam Session
Charlie Shavers, tp; Trummy Young, tb; Mary Lou Williams, p; Tommy Kay, g; Al Hall, b; Specs Powell, dr
(1) Hot Lips Page (tp)

NYC, December 1, 1944

Lover come back to me (1:51) CBS radio broadcast
Right as the rain (2:19) CBS radio broadcast
Summertime (2:27) CBS radio broadcast
I’m gonna see my baby (2:45) CBS radio broadcast
Uncle Sam blues (1) (1:28) CBS radio broadcast
(861) Just a blue riff (Blues skies) (3:04) CBS radio broadcast, V-Disc 881, Caracol 423
It takes one deep breath (2:49) CBS radio broadcast, V-Disc 881, Swing House (GB) SWH 13

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) V-Disc 881
(12‘) Caracol 423 entitled ALL-STARS JAM SESSIONS (var)
Swing House (GB) SWH 13 entitled PAUL BARON ONE DEEP BREATH










V-Disc 881










Caracol 423


 Swing House (GB) SWH 13


MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND HER ORCHESTRA
Bill Coleman, tp; Mary Lou Williams, p; Jimmy Butt, b; Eddie Dougherty, dr; Josh White, voc (both titles)
NYC, December 11, 1944

MA780 THE MINUTE MAN (2:05) Asch 2001-A, Folkways FA 2966, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40081, Classics (F) 1021, 71021, PID 980243
MA784 FROGGY BOTTOM (2:54) Asch 2001-B, Folkways FA 2966, Swingfan (D) 1021, Classics (F) 1021, 71021

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Asch 2001
(12‘) Folkways FA 2966 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE ASCH RECORDINGS 1944-47
Swingfan (D) 1021 entitled BOOGIE WOOGIE (various)
(CD) Classics (F) 1021 = 71021 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1944 - 1945
Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40081 entitled JOSH WHITE / FREE AND EQUAL BLUESPID 980243
PID 980243 entitled JOSH WHITE BLOOD RED RIVER


Asch 2001-A

Folkways FA 2966

Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40081

Classics (F) 71021


MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND HER ORCHESTRA
Bill Coleman, tp; Mary Lou Williams, p; Eddie Robinson, b; added: Claude Green (1), cl; Joe Evans (2), as; Coleman Hawkins (3), ts; Denzil Best (4), dr.

NYC, December 15, 1944

MA1299-1007A CARCINOMA (3:39) Asch 552-3, Stinson SLP 24, Folkways FA 2966, Classics (F) 1021, 71021, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141
MA1300-1008A SONG IN MY SOUL (1,2,3,4) (3:03) Asch 1008, Stinson SLP 29, Folkways FA 2966, Classics (F) 1021, 71021, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
MA1301-1008B THIS AND THAT (1,2,3,4) (2:40) Asch 1008, Stinson SLP 29, Folkways FA 2966, Classics (F) 1021, 71021, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
MA1302-1007B LADY BE GOOD (3,4) (3:47) Asch 552-3, Asch 1007, Stinson SLP 24, Folkways FA 2966, Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20, Classics (F) 1021, 71021, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Asch 552-3
Asch 1007
Asch 1008
(12‘) Folkways FA 2966 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE ASCH RECORDINGS 1944-47
Stinson SLP 24 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Stinson SLP 29 entitled 2nd JAZZ VARIATIONS (various)
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FIRST LADY OF PIANO
(CD) Classics (F) 1021 = 71021 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1944 - 1945
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Folkways FA 2966

Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20

Classics (F) 71021
Acrobat FADCD 2046












Musica Jazz MJCD 1141



MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, p;


LIBRA (2:56) Folkways FP 71, FJ 2809

Note: according to liner notes of Folkways FJ 2809 the title „LIBRA“ was previously unissued and recorded May, 1945

Issues:
(12‘) Folkways FP 71
Folkways FJ 2809 entitled JAZZ PIANO (var)


MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO: ZODIAC SUITE
Mary Lou Williams, p; Al Lucas, b; Jack Parker, dr.
NYC, June 29, 1945

ZO 2 TAURUS (2:33) Asch 620-1, Folkways FTS 32844, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40810 2, Classics (F) 1021, 71021
ZO 3 PISCES (2:31) Asch 621-3, Folkways FTS 32844, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40810 2,
Classics (F) 1021, 71021
ZO 4 GEMINI (2:08) Asch 620-2, Folkways FTS 32844, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40810 2, Classics (F) 1021, 71021
ZO 6 CAPRICORN (2:38) Asch 621-2, Folkways FTS 32844, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40810 2, Classics (F) 1021, 71021
ZO 7 SAGITTARIUS (1:50) Asch 621-2, Folkways FTS 32844, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40810 2, Classics (F) 1021, 71021
ZO 8 AQUARIUS (2:38) Asch 621-3, Folkways FTS 32844, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40810 2, Classics (F) 1021, 71021
ZO 9 LIBRA (2:09) Asch 621-1, Folkways FTS 32844, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40810 2, Classics (F) 1021, 71021, Folkways FW02809
ZO 10 VIRGO (2:26) Asch 620-3, Folkways FTS 32844, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40810 2, SFW 40062, Classics (F) 1021, 71021
ZO 11 ARIES (2:17) Asch 620-1, Flkways FTS 32844, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40810 2, Classics (F) 1021, 71021, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
ZO 12 SCORPIO (3:01) Asch 621-1, Folkways FTS 32844, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40810 2, Classics (F) 1021, 71021, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
ZO 20 CANCER (2:31) Asch 620-2, Folkways FTS 32844, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40810 2, Classics (F) 1021, 71021
ZO 22 LEO (1:43) Asch 620-3, Folkways FTS 32844, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40810 2, Classics (F) 1021, 71021

Notes: additional titles on CD Smithsonia SFW 40810 2
Aries (1:48)
Cancer (2:36)
Virgo (2:44)
Scorpio (3:10)
Aquarius (2:40)

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Asch 620
Asch 621
(12‘) Folkways FTS 32844 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS‘ TRIO ZODIAC SUITE
(CD) Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40810 2 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS ZODIAC SUITE
Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40062 SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS AMERICAN ROOTS COLLECTION (var)
Folkways FW 02809 entitled JAZZ Vol.9 PIANO (var)
Classics (F) 1021 = 71021 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1944 - 1945
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Asch 621

Folkways FTS 32844

Classics (F) 71021









Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40062

Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40810 2

Acrobat FADCD 2046



MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, p

prob. NYC, 1945

STARS (2:44) Selmer Y 7134, Baronet TR 5, Classics (F) 1021, 71021
MOON (2:24) Selmer Y 7134, Classics (F) 1021, 71021
SUNSET Selmer Y 7135
SUNRISE Selmer Y 7135

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Selmer Y 7134
Selmer Y 7135
Baronet TR 5 (or 10‘ or 12‘)
(CD) Classics (F) 1021 = 71021 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1944 - 1945

Classics (F) 71021


MARY LOU WILLIAMS GIRL STARS
Majorie Hyams, vib; Mary Lou Williams, p; Mary Osborne, g + voc; Bea Taylor, b; Bridget O'Flynn, dr.
NYC, 1945

W-3441 RHUMBA RE-BOP (2:43) Continental 6032, Onyx 210, Classics (F) 1050, 71050, Storyville (DK) ST 8339, 709310
W-3442 BLUES AT MARY LOU'S (2:51) Continental 6032, Onyx 210, Jazz Selection 784, Classics (F) 1050, 71050, Storyville (DK) ST 8339, 709310
W-3443 D.D.T. (2:49) Continental 6021, Remington RLP 1032, Jazz Selection 784, Onyx 210, Classics (F) 1050, 71050, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141, Storyville (DK) ST 8339, 709310
D.D.T. (alt. take) (2:34) Masterseal US 75, Stash ST-111, ST B001, Classics (F) 1021, 71021, Storyville (DK) ST 8339, 709310
W-3444 HE'S FUNNY THAT WAY (MO voc) (2:49) Continental 6021, Onyx 210, Classics (F) 1050, 71050, Storyville (DK) ST 8339, 709310

Note: D.D.T. (alt.take) on Stash as „TIMMIE TIME“. Prob.the same also on Remington 10inch issue.
Blues at Mary Lou's on Remington issues as CAFE SOCIETY BLUES

Issues:
(?) Masterseal US 75
(10‘, 78rpm) Continental 6021
Continental 6032
(7') Remington REP 76 entitled CAFE SOCIETY (var)
(10') Remington R 1032 entitled CAFE SOCIETY (var)
Jazz Selection 784
(12‘) Onyx 210 entitled CAFE SOCIETY (var)
Stash ST-111 entitled WOMEN IN JAZZ ALL WOMEN GROUPS VOLUME 1 (var)
(CD) Classics (F) 1050 = 71050 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1945 - 1947
Classics (F) 1021 = 71021 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1944 – 1945
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA
Storyville (DK) ST 8339 entitled CONTINENTAL SESSIONS Vol.3 (var)
Storyville (DK) 709310 entitled CONTINENTAL SESSIONS Vol.3 (var)











Remington REP 76











Remington R 1032

Onyx 210










Stash ST-111













Classics (F) 71021

Classics (F) 71050

Storyville (DK) 709310












Musica Jazz MJCD 1141



JAM SESSION
Bill Coleman, tp; Mary Lou Williams, p; Al Hall, b; Specs Powell, dr

Prob. NYC, August 5, 1945

SLEEP unknown radio broadcast, Jazz Panorama LP 11

Notes: This tune is not on Joker SM 3112 as stated on back cover

Issues:
(12‘) Jazz Panorama LP 11









 Jazz Panorama LP 11


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Irving Randolph tp / Ben Webster ts / Hope Foye ss-1 / Edmund Hall cl-2 / Henderson Chambers tb-2 / Eddie Barefield cl-2 / Mary Lou Williams p / Al Hall b / J.C.Heard dr / Milton Orent cond

Townhall, NYC December 31, 1945

a. ARIES (2:22) Vintage Jazz Classics VJC-1035
b. TAURUS (2:49) Vintage Jazz Classics VJC-1035
c. GEMINI (2:58) Vintage Jazz Classics VJC-1035
d. CANCER (4:41) Vintage Jazz Classics VJC-1035
e. LEO (2:53) Vintage Jazz Classics VJC-1035
f. VIRGO (3:28) Vintage Jazz Classics VJC-1035
g. LIBRA (3:44) Vintage Jazz Classics VJC-1035
h. SCORPIO (3:20) Vintage Jazz Classics VJC-1035
i. SAGITTARIUS (2:23) Vintage Jazz Classics VJC-1035
j. AQUARIUS (2:23) Vintage Jazz Classics VJC-1035
k. PISCES (3:53) Vintage Jazz Classics VJC1035
l. POTPOURRI: (7:33) Vintage Jazz Classics VJC-1035
What’s your story, morning glory? –
Cloudy – Ghost of love – Froggy bottom
m. Lonely moments (4:48) Vintage Jazz Classics VJC-1035
n. Roll ’em (5:30) Vintage Jazz Classics VJC-1035
o. Gion Mili jam session (11:22) Vintage Jazz Classics VJC-1035

Issues:
(CD) Vintage Jazz Classics VJC-1035 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE ZODIAC SUITE

Vintage Jazz Classics VJC-1035


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, p.

NYC, February 16, 1946

MA235 HOW HIGH THE MOON (2:12) Disc 612, 5025A, Folkways FA 2966, Classics (F) 1050, 71050
MA236 THE MAN I LOVE (2:22) Disc 612, 5026B, Folkways FA 2966, Classics (F) 1050, 71050
MA237 CLOUDY / WHAT’S YOUR STORY Disc 612, 5025B,
MORNING GLORY (2:17) Folkways FA 2966, Classics (F) 1050
MA238 BLUE SKIES (2:12) Disc 612, 5026A, Selmer Y 7133, Folkways FA 2966, Classics (F) 1050, 71050
MA239 THESE FOOLISH THINGS (2:22) Disc 612, 5027A, Folkways FA 2966, Classics (F) 1050
MA240 LONELY MOMENTS (2:29) Disc 612, 5027B, Folkways FA 2966, Classics (F) 1050, 71050, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Disc 612 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Disc 5025
Disc 5026
Disc 5027
Selmer Y 7133,
(12‘) Folkways FA 2966 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE ASCH RECORDINGS 1944-47
(CD) CLASSICS (F) 1050 = 71050 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1945 - 1947
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA

Disc 612

Folkways FA 2966

CLASSICS (F) 71050












Musica Jazz MJCD 1141


MARY LOU WILLIAMS GIRL STARS
Majorie Hyams, vib; Mary Lou Williams, p; Mary Osborne, g; June M. Rotenberg, b; Rose Gotesman, dr.

NYC, July 24, 1946

D6VB-2523 FIFTH DIMENSION (only p; b; dr.) (2:50) Victor 27-0148, RCA LPT 31, EPBT 3031, Camden CAL 384, His Master’s Voice (GB) DLP 1022, Classics (F) 1050, 71050
D6VB-2524 HARMONY GIRLS (3:09) Classics (F) 1050, 71050, RCA ND 86755, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
D6VB-B2526 IT MUST TO BE TRUE (MO voc ) Victor 20-0145, RCA Victor 20-2174-A, Classics (F) 1050, 71050
D6VB-B2527 BOOGIE MISTERIOSO (2:44) Victor 40-0145, Camden CAE 418, RCA (F) 741 106, Stash ST-111, ST B001, Definitive Records (E) DRCD 11130, Classics (F) 1050, 71050, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203, RCA ND 86755
D6VB-B2528 CONVERSATION (JUMP CAPRICE (2:51) Camden CAE 418, CAL 384, RCA (F) 741 106, Stash ST 109, ST B001, Classics (F) 1050, 71050, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203, RCA ND 86755
D6VB-B2529 HUMORESQUE rejected

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Victor 40-0145
Victor 27-0148
RCA Victor 20-2174-A
(?) Camden CAE 418
His Master’s Voice (GB) DLP 1022 entitled MODERN JAZZ PIANO (various)
(7‘) RCA EPBT 3031 entitled MODERN JAZZ PIANO (var)
(10‘) RCA LPT 31
(12‘) Camden CAL 384 entitled MODERN JAZZ PIANO FOUR VIEWS (various)
Stash ST-109 entitled JAZZ WOMAN A FEMINIST RETROSPRECTIVE (various)
Stash ST-111 entitled WOMEN IN JAZZ ALL WOMEN GROUPS Volume 1 (var)
Stash ST B001 entitled FORTY YEARS OF WOMEN IN JAZZ (various)
RCA (F) 741 106 entitled THE GREATEST OF THE SMALL BANDS Vol.2 (var)
(CD) Classics (F) 1050 = 71050 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1945 – 1947
Definitive Records (E) DRCD 11130 entitled TWO CATS & A MOUSE (var)
Past Perfect (D) 220335-203 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS CONVERSATION
RCA ND 86755 entitled THE WOMAN (various)
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

RCA Victor 20-2174-A

RCA EPBT 3031

RCA (F) 741 106










Stash ST-111













Classics (F) 71050

Definitive Records (E) DRCD 11130

Past Perfect (D) 220335-203

RCA ND 86755
Acrobat FADCD 2046



MARY LOU WILLIAMS DUO/TRIO
Mary Lou Williams, p; June M. Rotenberg, b; Bridget O'Flynn, dr.

NYC, October 7, 1946

D6VB-2529 HUMORESQUE (Duo p + b) (2:22) (2:38) Victor 20-2025, Camden CAL 328, CAE 418, CDN 118, RCA (F) 741 106, His Master’s Voice SdX 7411, Stash ST-111, ST B001, A Jazz Club of America Presentation WEJ-12, LEJ-12, Classics (F) 1050, 71050, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203
D6VB-2899 WALTZ BOOGIE (2:35) Victor 20-2025, Camden CAL 384, His Master’s Voice SdX 7411, Classics (F) 1050, 71050, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203 (cd)
D6VB-3024 HESITATION BOOGIE (2:41) Victor 40-4043, 40-0145, LPM 2321, Camden CAE 418,
RCA (F) FXM3 7143, RCA 2128564-2, Definitive Records (E) DRCD 11130 (cd), Classics (F) 1050, 71050, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203, Le Chant du Monde (F) 574 1211.20, RCA ND 86755, Le Chante du Monde (F) 5741801.25
D6VB-??? ALL GOD’S CHILLUN GOT RHYTHM (2:42) Camden CAL-384, Classics (F) 1050, 71050, Le Chante du Monde (F) 5741801.25
Past Perfect (D) 220335-203, RCA Bluebird (unknown number)

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Victor 20-2025
Victor 40-4043
RCA 40-0145
(10‘) A Jazz Club of America Presentation WEJ-12 entitled THE RCA VICTOR ENCYCLOPEDIA OF RECORDED JAZZ ALBUM 12 (var)
A Jazz Club of America Presentation LEJ-12 entitled THE RCA VICTOR ENCYCLOPEDIA OF RECORDED JAZZ ALBUM 12 (var)
(?) Camden CAE 418
Camden CDN 118
(12‘) RCA LPM 2321
RCA (F) 741 106 entitled THE GREATEST OF THE SMALL BANDS VOL.2 (var)
Camden CAL-384
Camden CAL 328 entitled GREAT JAZZ PIANISTS (various)
(?) His Master’s Voice SdX 7411
Stash ST-111 entitled WOMEN IN JAZZ ALL WOMEN GROUPS Volume 1 (var)
Stash ST B001 entitled FORTY YEARS OF WOMEN IN JAZZ (various)
RCA (F) FXM3 7143 entitled HISTORY OF JAZZ PIANO (var)
(CD) RCA 2128564-2
Classics (F) 1050 = 71050 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1945 – 1947
Definitive Records (E) DRCD 11130 entitled TWO CATS & A MOUSE (var)
Past Perfect (D) 220335-203 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS CONVERSATION
Le Chant du Monde (F) 574 1211.20 LES TRESORS DU JAZZ 1944-1951 (var)
RCA ND 86755 entitled THE WOMAN (various)
Le Chante du Monde (F) 5741801.25 entitled L'HISTORIE DU PIANO JAZZ (var)

A Jazz Club of America Presentation WEJ-12

RCA (F) 741 106

Camden CAL 328










Stash ST-111













Classics (F) 71050

Definitive Records (E) DRCD 11130

Past Perfect (D) 220335-203

RCA ND 86755

RCA Bluebird (unknown number)











Le Chante du Monde (F) 5741801.25







JAZZ AT THE PHILHARMONIC
Charlie Shavers, tp; Bill Harris, tb; Charlie Ventura, ts; Ralph Burns, Mary Lou Williams, p; Bill De Arango, g; Marjorie Hyams, vib; Curley Russell, b; Sid Catlett, dr.

Carnegie Hall, NYC April 5, 1947 live concert

JUST YOU, JUST ME (12:00) Norgran MG N-1041, Verve MG V-8132, Verve 3145238932JK04 (box set)

Note: Dave Tough dr given in Ruppli: Verve disco

Issues:
(12) Norgran MG N-1041 entitled CHARLIE VENTURA’S CARNEGIE HALL CONCERT
Verve MG V-8132 entitled CHARLIE VENTURA’S CARNEGIE HALL CONCERT
Verve 3145238932JK04 (box set)

Norgran MG N-1041

Verve MG V-8132


MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND HER ORCHESTRA
Kenny Dorham, tp; Mary Lou Williams, p; John H. Smith Jr, g; Grachan Moncur, b.

NYC (?), 1947 (?)

D 832 MARY LOU (ENS voc) (2:16) Disc 5033A, Folkways FA 2966 D, Classics (F) 1050, 71050
D 833 KOOL (2:43) Disc 5033B, Folkways FA 2966 D, Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20, CLASSICS (F) 1050, 71050, Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Disc 5033-A
Disc 5033-B
(12‘) Folkways FA 2966 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE ASCH RECORDINGS 1944-47
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FIRST LADY OF PIANO
(CD) Classics (F) 1050 = 71050 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1945 – 1947
Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1141 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S IDEA
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Disc 5033-B

Folkways FA 2966

Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20

Classics (F) 71050
Acrobat FADCD 2046












 Musica Jazz MJCD 1141


MILTON ORENT – MILTON ORENT-FRANK ROTH ORCHESTRA
Irving Kustin, Leon Schwartz, Edward Sadowski, tps; Martin Glaser, Allan Feldman, Maurice Lopez, Orlando Wright, ts; Frank Roth, p; Milton Orent, b + arr; Jack Parker, dr; Mary Lou Williams, ld, arr, probably p on *.
NYC, 1947 (?)

656 LONELY MOMENTS (2:55) Disc 6067A, Selmer Y 7132, Baronet B 49507, Folkways FA 2966, Classics (F) 1050, 71050
658 WHISTLE BLUES* (2:56) Disc 6067B, Selmer Y 7132, Baronet B 49507, Folkways FA 2966, Classics (F) 1050, 71050

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Disc 6067
Selmer Y 7132
(?) Baronet B 49507
(12‘) Folkways FA 2966 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE ASCH RECORDINGS 1944-47
(CD) Classics (F) 1050 = 71050 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1945 – 1947

Folkways FA 2966

Classics (F) 71050


MARY LOU WILLIAMS GIRLS QUARTET
Mary Lou Williams, p; Mary Osborne, g; June Rotenberg, b; Bridget O’Flynn, dr.

NYC, late 1947

1583 JUST AN IDEA (3:09) Mercury rejected, Verve/Polygram 314 525 609-2, Classics (F) 1050, 71050, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203
1584 JUST YOU, JUST ME (3:06) Mercury rejected, Verve/Polygram 314 525 609-2, Classics (F) 1050, 71050, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203 (cd)

Issues:
(CD) Verve/Polygram 314 525 609-2 entitled BLUES, BOOGIE, & BOP THE 1940s MERCURY SESSIONS
CLASSICS (F) 1050 = 71050 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1945 – 1947
Past Perfect (D) 220335-203 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS CONVERSATION

Classics (F) 71050

Past Perfect (D) 220335-203


BENNY CARTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Benny Carter, tp + as; Irving Lewis, Gerald Wilson, Paul Cohen, tp; Candy Ross, Al Grey, tb; Porter Kilbert, as; Dexter Gordon, Lucky Thompson, ts; Willard Brown, bs; Sonny White, Mary Lou Williams, p; Thomas Moultrie, b; Percy Brice, dr.

Pasadena or Los Angeles 1948

LOVER unissued
HOLLYWOOD DRIVE unissued
ROLL 'EM (2:21) AFRS Jubilee 276, Spotlite (GB) SPJ 147, Jazz Door JD 1206
COGOROO unissued

NOTE:
Prob. the piano player on the unissued titles was Sonny White and not Mary Lou Williams

Issues:
(Acetate ?) AFRS Jubilee 276
(12‘) Spotlite (GB) SPJ 147 entitled JAZZ OFF THE AIR VOL.3 (var)
(CD) Jazz Door JD 1206 entitled BENNY CARTER AND HIS ORCHESTRA FEATURING MILES DAVIS & DEXTER GORDON

Spotlite (GB) SPJ 147











Jazz Door (D) JD 1206



Benny Goodman Sextet
Benny Goodman, cl; Wardell Gray, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p; Billy Bauer, g; Clyde Lombardi, b; Mel Zelnick, dr; Jackie Searle voc / Dolly Houston voc

Westchester County Center, White Plains, NY June 26, 1948

Stompin‘ at the Savoy WNEW radio broadcast
Mary’s idea (3:22) WNEW radio broadcast, DAN (J) VC-5003
S’posin‘ (JSvoc) WNEW radio broadcast
There’s a small hotel WNEW radio broadcast
Mel’s idea (3:59) WNEW radio broadcast, DAN (J) VC-5003
You turned the tables on me (DhHvoc) WNEW radio broadcast
Swedish pastry (3:31) WNEW radio broadcast, DAN (J) VC-5003
Indiana (3:38) WNEW radio broadcast, DAN (J) VC-5003
Goodbye WNEW radio broadcast

Issues:
(12‘) DAN (J) VC-5003 entitled BENNY’S BOP BENNY GOODMAN


Benny Goodman Sextet
Benny Goodman, cl; Wardell Gray, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p; Billy Bauer, g; Clyde Lombardi, b; Mel Zelnick, dr
Jackie Searle voc / Dolly Houston voc

Westchester County Center, White Plains, NY July 3, 1948

SSTOMPIN' AT THE SAVOY WNEW radio broadcast
BYE BYE BLUES (4:23) WNEW radio broadcast, DAN (J) VC-5003
WRAP YPUR TROUBLES IN DREAMS (JSvoc) WNEW radio broadcast
BLUE VIEWS WNEW radio broadcast
IT'S THE TALK OF THE TOWN (DHvoc) WNEW radio broadcast
MEL'S IDEA WNEW radio broadcast
DON'T BLAME ME (JSvoc) WNEW radio broadcast
AFTER YOU'VE GONE WNEW radio broadcast
GOODBYE WNEW radio broadcast

Issues
(12‘) DAN (J) VC-5003 entitled BENNY’S BOP BENNY GOODMAN











DAN(J) VC-5003



Benny Goodman Sextet
Benny Goodman, cl; Wardell Gray, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p; Billy Bauer, g; Clyde Lombardi, b; Mel Zelnick, dr

WOR Guild Theatre/Playhouse, NYC July 5 – 23, 1948

BENNY'S BOP (2:42) V-Disc 880A, Elec (J) KV 113, Fran Saterna, DAN (J) VC-5003, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
THERE'S A SMALL HOTEL (2:40) V-Disc 890B, Sunbeam SB 144

Notes: “There’s a small hotel“ Gray and Bauer out
Benny's Bop on Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 dated ca August 20, 1948. Could not be verified.

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) V-Disc 880A
V-Disc 890B
(12‘) Elec (J) KV 113
Fran Saterna (no number) entitled BENNY GOODMAN BLUE VIEWS
Sunbeam SB 144
DAN (J) VC-5003 entitled BENNY’S BOP BENNY GOODMAN
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

V-Disc 880A

V-Disc 890B











DAN(J) VC-5003

Acrobat FADCD 2046



Benny Goodman Sextet
Benny Goodman, cl; Wardell Gray, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p; Billy Bauer, g; Clyde Lombardi, b; Mel Zelnick, dr; Jackie Searle, voc;

NYC July, 1948

MARY'S IDEA (take 1) (3:12) hep (GB) 36, hep (GB) (unknown number) (cd)
MARY'S IDEA (take 2) (1:10) (not complete) hep (GB) 36, hep (GB) (unknown number) (cd)
MARY'S IDEA (take 3) (3:40) hep (GB) 36, hep (GB) (unknown number) (cd)
BYE BYE BLUES BOP (take 1) (3:58) hep (GB) 36, hep (GB) (unknown number) (cd)
BYE BYE BLUES BOP (take 2) (3:48) hep (GB) 36, hep (GB) (unknown number) (cd)
THERE'S A SMALL HOTEL (take 1) (2:47) hep (GB) 36, hep (GB) (unknown number) (cd)
THERE'S A SMALL HOTEL (take 2) (2:44) hep (GB) 36, hep (GB) (unknown number) (cd)
THERE'S A SMALL HOTEL (take 3 (3:04) hep (GB) 36, hep (GB) (unknown number) (cd)
BLUE VIEWS (2:36) hep (GB) 36, hep (GB) (unknown number) (cd)
I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE (JSvoc) (2:00) hep (GB) 36, hep (GB) (unknown number) (cd)
TILL TOM SPECIAL unissued
BIRDS OF A FEATHER unissued
JUST AN IDEA unissued
ON THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET unissued

Notes: above from the famous files called “Goodman Bop“ / Most probably last 4 tunes from the same session / information from the V-Disc Discography / Most probably “Bye Bye, Pretty Baby“ (based on “After you’ve gone“) is the same as “Bye bye blues bop“. Maybe “Just an idea“ is the same as “Mary’s idea“. This could not be verified. Although there are not credits given to Mary Lou Williams, “Blue views“ is most probably her composition and arrangement.

Issues:
(12‘) hep (GB) 36 entitled BENNY GOODMAN BENNY ‘S BOP 1948 - 49
(CD) hep (GB) (unknown number) (cd) entitled BENNY GOODMAN BENNY ‘S BOP 1948 - 49

hep (GB) (unknown number) (cd)


MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND HER ORCHESTRA
Idrees Sulieman, tp; Martin Glaser, b-cl; Allan Feldman, fl, cl + as; Mary Lou Williams, p; Mundell Lowe, g; George Duvivier, b; Denzil Best, dr; Kenny Hagood, voc on *.

NYC, March 18, 1949

K6016 TISHEROME (2:48) King 15013, KEP-279, LP 295-85, LP 540, Jazz Selection 612, Vogue EV 2147 Musica Jazz (I) MJCD 1136, Classics (F) 1260
K6017 KNOWLEDGE (2:26) King 15003, KEP-279, LP 295-85, LP 540, Jazz Selection 612, Vogue EV 2147, Classics (F) 1260
K6018 OO-BLA-DEE* (2:43) King 15003, KEP-279, LP 295-85, Classics (F) 1260, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
K6019 SHORTY BOO* (2:53) King 15013, KEP-279, LP 295-85, Classics (F) 1260

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) King 15013
(7‘) King KEP 279
(12‘) King LP 295-85 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS HER PROGRESSIVE PIANO STYLINGS
King LP 540 entitled PIANO VARIATIONS (var)
(?) Jazz Selection 612
(?) Vogue EV 2147
(CD) Musica Jazz (I) MJCD entitled DIGRESSIONS (var)
Classics (F) 1260 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1949 - 1951
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

 King KEP-279

 King LP 295-85

King LP 540

Classics (F) 1260
Acrobat FADCD 2046



MARY LOU WILLIAMS WITH HER TRIO
Mary Lou Williams, p + org (1); Mundell Lowe, g; George Duvivier, b; Denzil Best, dr.

NYC, January 3, 1950

K6120 BYE BYE BLUES (1) (2:47) King 4349, KEP-280, LP 295-85, Parlophone (GB) GEP 8567, Classics (F) 1260
K6121 MOONGLOW (2:28) King KEP-280, LP 295-85, Parlophone (GB) GEP 8567, Classics (F) 1260
K6122 WILLOW WEEP FOR ME (2:56) King 4349, KEP-280, LP 295-85, LP 540, Parlophone (GB) GEP 8567, Classics (F) 1260, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
K6123 I'M IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE (2:32) King KEP-280, LP 165-85, LP 295-85, LP 540, Parlophone (GB) GEP 8567, Classics (F) 1260

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) King 4349
(7‘) King EP 280
Parlophone (GB) GEP 8567 entitled THE PROGRESSIVE PIANO OF MARY LOU WILLIAMS
? (10‘) King 165-85
(12‘) King LP 295-85 entitled MAY LOU WILLIAMS HER PROGRESSIVE PIANO STYLINGS
King LP 540 entitled PIANO VARIATIONS (var)
(CD) Classics (F) 1260 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1949 - 1951
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59











King KEP-280
  King LP 295-85

  King LP 540

 Parlophone (GB) GEP 8567
Classics (F) 1260
 Acrobat FADCD 2046



MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO WITH THE DAVID LAMBERT SINGERS
Mary Lou Williams, p; Art Phipps, b; Bill Clarke, dr; Dave Lambert Singers, voc-group.

NYC, May 14, 1950

THE SHEIK OF A RABY Circle unissued
YES, WE HAVE NO BANANAS Circle unissued
WALKIN' Circle unissued
CLOUDY Circle unissued


MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams, p; Carl Pruitt,b; Bill Clark, dr.

NYC, March 7, 1951

582 OPUS Z (2:54) Atlantic LP 114, LP 1271, Esquire (GB) 20-026, Blue Star (F) BLP 6820, Collectables COL-6757, Koch KOC-CD-8528, Weasel Disc 25079, Classics (F) 1260
583 THE SURREY WITH FRINGE ON TOP (2:28) Atlantic EP 45-518, LP 114, LP 1271, Esquire (GB) 20-026, Blue Star (F) BLP 6820, Koch KOC-CD-8528, Collectables COL-6757, Weasel Disc 25079, Classics (F) 1260
584 MY FIRST DATE WITH YOU Atlantic unissued, Koch KOC-CD-8528
585 PAGLIACCI (2:34) Atlantic LP 114, LP 1271, Esquire (GB) 20-026, Blue Star (F) BLP 6820, Star 236, Collectables COL-6757, Koch KOC-CD-8528, Weasel Disc 25079, Classics (F) 1260
586 'S WONDERFUL (2:50) Atlantic EP 518, LP 114, LP 1271, Esquire (GB) 20-026, Blue Star (F) BLP 6820, Koch KOC-CD-8528, Collectables COL-6757, Weasel Disc 25079, Classics (F) 1260
587 FROM THIS MOMENT ON (3:39) Atlantic LP 114, LP 1271, Esquire (GB) 20-026, Blue Star (F) BLP 6820, Star 236, Koch KOC-CD-8528, Collectables COL-6757, Weasel Disc 25079, Classics (F) 1260
588 YOU’RE THE CREAM IN MY COFFEE (2:51) Atlantic EP 45-518, LP 114, LP 1271, Esquire (GB) 20-026, Blue Star (F) BLP 6820, Koch KOC-CD-8528, Collectables COL-6757, Weasel Disc 25079, Classics (F) 1260
589 MARY 'S WALTZ (3:24) Atlantic EP 518, LP 114, Esquire (GB) 20-026, Blue Star (F) BLP 6820, Collectables COL-6757, Weasel Disc 25079, Classics (F) 1260
590 WOULD I LOVE YOU (3:04) Atlantic unissued, Koch KOC-CD-8528, Classcis (F) 1260
591 IN THE PURPLE GROTTO (3:04) Atlantic LP 114, LP 1271, 81707-2, Esquire (GB) 20-026, Blue Star (F) BLP 6820, Koch KOC-CD-8528, Collectables COL-6757, Weasel Disc 25079, Classics (F) 1260

Issues:
(7‘) Atlantic EP 45-518 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS AT THE PIANO
(10‘) Atlantic LP 114 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS PIANO PANORAMA Vol.2
Blue Star (F) BLP 6820
Esquire (GB) 20-026 entitled PIANO PANORAMA MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND HER RHYTHM
(12‘) Atlantic LP 1271 entitled LADIES OF JAZZ: MARY LOU WILLIAMS BARBARA CARROLL (var)
Esquire (GB) 20-026
(?) Star 236
(CD) Atlantic 81707-2 entitled ATLANTIC JAZZ – PIANO (var)
Collectables COL-6757 entitled LADIES OF JAZZ: MARY LOU WILLIAMS BARBARA CARROLL (var)
Koch KOC-CD-8528 entitled LADIES OF JAZZ: MARY LOU WILLIAMS BARBARA CARROLL (var)
Weasel Disc 25079 entitled LADIES OF JAZZ: MARY LOU WILLIAMS BARBARA CARROLL (var)
(CD) Classics (F) 1260 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1949 - 1951











Atlantic 45-518

Atlantic LP 114












Esquire (GB) 120-026










Atlantic LP 1271

Atlantic 81707-2

Collectables COL-6757

Classics (F) 1260


same session

ZOUP unissued
ALL MY LOVE unissued
MY FIRST DATE WITH YOU unissued


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, p.

NYC, 1951

NY269 YESTERDAYS Circle unissued, Progressive PCD-7142
NY270 IT AIN'T NECESSARILY SO Circle unissued, Progressive PCD-7142
NY271 WHY EVADE THE TRUTH Circle unissued, Progressive PCD-7142
NY272 THE BE BOP WALTZ (MARY'S WALTZ) Circle unissued, Progressive PCD-7142
NY273 TALK OF THE TOWN Circle unissued, Progressive PCD-7142
NY274 STOMPIN' AT THE SAVOY Circle unissued, Progressive PCD-7142
WHY? Circle unissued, Progressive PCD-7142
NY275 CARAVAN Circle unissued, Progressive PCD-7142
NY276 CRAZY RHYTHM Circle unissued, Progressive PCD-7142
NY277 SCORPIO Circle unissued, Progressive PCD-7142
NY278 THE MAN I LOVE Circle unissued, Progressive PCD-7142
NY279 PEOPLE WILL SAY WE'RE IN LOVE Circle unissued, Progressive PCD-7142
NY280 FOR YOU Circle unissued, Progressive PCD-7142

Notes: The titles “Yesterdays” – “Why?” (14:44) are played without intermission / Titles “Caravan” – “For you” (14:55) are played without intermission
No matrix # given for “Why?”

Issues:
(CD) Progressive PCD-7142 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE CIRCLE RECORDINGS

Progressive PCD-7142


MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUINTET
Skippy Williams, b-cl; Mary Lou Williams, p; Billy Taylor, b; Al Walker dr; Willie de la Guerra Correa, bongos; Dave Lambert and his Friends, voc-group.

NYC, June 15, 1951

NY151-D WALKING (2:34) Circle 3008, Progressive PCD-7142, Classics (F) 1260
NY152 DE FUNCTION(THE GREAT MACBETH) Circle unissued
NY153 CLOUDY (2:44) Circle unissued, Progressive PCD-7142
NY154 I WON'T LET IT BOTHER ME (3:36) Circle unissued, Progressive PCD-7142

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Circle 3008
(CD) Progressive PCD-7142 entitled MAY LOU WILLIAMS THE CIRCLE RECORDINGS
Classics (F) 1260 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1949 - 1951

Progressive PCD-7142

Classics (F) 1260


MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND HER MODERN MUSIC
Mary Lou Williams, p; Billy Taylor, b; Al Walker, dr; Luis “Sabu” Martinez, bongos

NYC, June 10, 1951

NY155-1 THE SKEIK OF ARABY (2:45) Circle 3008, L 412, Progressive PCD-7142, Classics (F) 1260

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Circle 3008
(10‘) Circle L 412 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS PIANO CONTEMPO
(CD) Progressive PCD-7142 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE CIRCLE RECORDINGS
Classics (F) 1260 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1949 - 1951

Progressive PCD-7142

Classics (F) 1260


MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND HER MODERN MUSIC
Mary Lou Williams, p; Billy Taylor, b; Al Walker, dr; Willie de la Guerra Correa, bongos;

NYC, June 11, 1951

NY156 WHEN DREAMS COME TRUE (2:50) Circle L 412, Progressive PCD-7142, Classics (F) 1260
NY157 BOBO (2:50) Circle L 412, Progressive PCD-7142, Gazell 2024, Classics (F) 1260, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
NY158 KOOL (2:24) Circle L 412, Gazell 2024, Progressive PCD-7142, Classics (F) 1260
NY159 LOVER COME BACK TO ME (3:32) Circle L 412, Classics (F) 71346, Progressive PCD-7142
NY160 S 'POSIN' (3:17) Circle 3009, L 412, Classics (F) 71346, Progressive PCD-7142
NY161 HANDY EYES (St.Louis Blues) (3:21) Circle 3009, L 412, Classics (F) 71346, Progressive PCD-7142
NY162 TISHEROME (4:05) Circle L 412, Classics (F) 71346, Progressive PCD-7142

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Circle 3008
Circle 3009
(10‘) Circle L 412 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS PIANO CONTEMPO
(?) Gazell 2024
(CD) Progressive PCD-7142 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE CIRCLE RECORDINGS
Classcis (F) 1260 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1949 - 1951
Classics (F) 71346 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1951 – 1953
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Classics (F) 1260

Classics (F) 71346

Progressive PCD-7142
 Acrobat FADCD 2046


MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams, p; unknown b; unknown dr; Peggy Lee voc; Russ Case and his Orchestra

NYC, March, 1952

FROM THIS MOMENT ON (1:58) No. 31 - "Club 88", AFRS Program No. 30
FORGIVE ME (2:01) No. 31 - "Club 88", AFRS Program No. 30
AT LAST (2:52) No. 31 - "Club 88", AFRS Program No. 30
I GOT RHYTHM (2:00) No. 31 - "Club 88", AFRS Program No. 30

Issues: non commercial (for network use only)
No. 31 - "Club 88"
Armed Forces Radio & Television Service Program No. 30 - Peggy Lee

Notes:
date of broadcast is April 17, 1952, exact date of recording is unknown but prob. during March 1952 / pers. of Mary Lou Williams Trio and Russ Case unknown
Some sources give . Carl Pruitt, b; Bill Clark, dr; but connect this guess with a false recording date of the Atlantic session


MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams, p; unknown b; unknown dr; Peggy Lee voc; Russ Case and his Orchestra

NYC, March 13, 1952

PRETTY-EYED BABY
CARAVAN
FINE AND DANDY
I GOT RHYTHM PLvoc

Issue: radio show

Notes: prob. the recording date for this radio show (this was the 2nd show) is March 13, 1952. Date of broadcast was prob. in April.
exact pers. unknown; not known on which titles the Orchestra was added
Some sources give . Carl Pruitt, b; Bill Clark, dr; but connect this guess with a false recording date of the Atlantic session.
Not sure if the first two titles are from this show or from the 1st.
"Pretty-eyed baby" is sung by Peggy Lee with the MLW Trio, "Caravan" Trio only.



MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams, p; unknown b + dr. unknown vocals

NYC, April 16, 1952

NY165 CARAVAN (2:33) Circle 3013, Classics (F) 71346, Progressive PCD-7142
NY166 YES WE HAVE NO BANANAS (2:06) Circle 3013, Blue Star (F) 246, Classics (F) 71346, Progressive PCD-7142
Y167 LONELY MOMENTS (2:05) Circle unissued, Progressive PCD-7142
NY168 UNKNOWN TITLE Circle unissued

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Circle 3013
Blue Star (F) 246
(CD) Progressive PCD-7142 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE CIRCLE RECORDINGS
Classics (F) 71346 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1951 – 1953

Classics (F) 71346

Progressive PCD-7142


MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams p / Oscar Pettiford b / Kenny Clarke dr

Downbeat, NYC 1952

Notes: no recordings available


MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND HER ORCHESTRA
Harold Baker, tp; Vic Dickenson, tb; Morris Lane, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p; Nevell John, g; Eddie Safranski, b; Don Lamond, dr.

NYC, July 11, 1952

DOWN BEAT (10:01) Brunswick 80213, BL 54000, Coral (D) 96005 LPC, Coral (GB) LVA 9009, MCA (J) 3170-72, Classics (F) 71346
OUT OF NOWHERE (4:11) Brunswick BL 54000, Coral 91045, Coral (GB) LVA 9009, MCA 2-4113, MCA (J) 3170-72, Classics (F) 71346, Promo Sound (GB) (unknown number), Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
C JAM BLUES (8:23) Brunswick 80214, BL 54000, Coral (D) 96005 LPC, Coral (GB) LVA 9009, MCA (J) 3170-72, Classics (F) 71346,

Issues:
(10‘, 78rpm) Brunswick 80213 Down Beat (part 1 + 2)
Brunswick 80213 C-Jam Blues (part 1 + 2(
Coral 91045
Coral (GB) LVA 9009 entitled JAZZTIME USA Vol.1 (various)
(12‘) Brunswick BL 54000 entitled JAZZTIME USA Vol.1 (various)
Coral (D) 96005 LPC entitled JAZZ TIME U.S.A. Vol. 1 (var)
MCA 2-4113 entitled JAZZTIME U.S.A. THE BEST OF BOB THIELE’S CLASSIC JAM SESSIONS OF THE 1950’s (var)
MCA (J) 3170-72 (box set) entitled JAZZTIME U.S.A. JAM SESSIONS OF THE 1950’s (var)
(CD) Classics (F) 71346 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1951 – 1953
(MP3) Promo Sound (GB) (unknown number) entitled Jazz History of Jazz 1952 (various)
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Coral (D) 96005

MCA 2-4113

MCA (J) 3170-72

Classics (F) 71346

Promo Sound (GB) (unknown number)
 Acrobat FADCD 2046



MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, p; unknown pers.

Royal Albert Hall, London, prob. December 1952

Notes:
MLW left for England at the end of 1952. She took part in the show "BIG RHYTHM SHOW OF 1952" in the Royal Albert Hall.

no details about personnel, titles or exact date.


MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND HER TRIO
Mary Lou Williams, p; Ken Napper, b; Allan Ganley, dr; Tony Scott, bga (?).

London, January 23, 1953

THEY CAN'T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME (2:48) Vogue (GB) L.D.E. 022, (F) L.D. 124, Contemporary C 2507, GNP 9029, Vogue (F) JL.78, Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Classics (F) 71346, Inner City IC 7006, Sony (EU) 88725443772
THEY CAN'T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME (3:20) Vogue (F) JL.78, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Sony (EU) 88725443772
LADY BIRD (3:05) Vogue GB V 2163, (GB) L.D.E. 022, (F) L.D. 124, Contemporary C 2507,GNP 9029, Vogue (F) JL.78, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Classics (F) 71346, Inner City IC 7006, Sony (EU) 88725443772
FOR YOU (2:56) Vogue (GB) L.D.E. 022, (F) L.D. 124, Contemporary C 2507, GNP 9029, Vogue (F) JL.78, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Classics (F) 71346, Inner City IC 7006, Sony (EU) 88725443772
DON'T BLAME ME (3:46) Vogue (GB) L.D.E. 022, (F) L.D. 124, Contemporary C 2507, Vogue (F) JL.78, Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Classics (F) 71346, Inner City IC 7006
DON‘ BLAME ME (3:29) GNP 9029, Vogue (F) JL.78, Inner City IC 7006, Sony (EU) 88725443772
'ROUND ABOUT MIDNIGHT (2:39) (3:47) Vogue (F) JL.78, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2,
Inner City IC 7006, Sony (EU) 88725443772
'ROUND ABOUT MIDNIGHT (4:34) Vogue (GB) L.D.E. 022, (F) L.D. 124, Contemporary C 2507,
GNP 9030, Vogue (F) JL.78, Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Classics (F) 71346, Inner City IC 7006, Sony (EU) 88725443772
PERDIDO (2:53) Vogue (GB) L.D.E. 022, (F) L.D. 124, GNP 9029, Vogue (F) JL.78, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Classics (F) 71346, Inner City IC 7006, Sony (EU) 88725443772
KOOL BONGO (2:58) Vogue (GB) L.D.E. 022, (F) L.D. 124, Contemporary C 2507, GNP 9029, Vogue (F) JL.78, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Classics (F) 71346, Inner City IC 7006, Sony (EU) 88725443772
TITOROS (3:00) Vogue (GB) V 2163, (GB) L.D.E. 022, (F) L.D. 124, Contemporary C 2507, GNP 9029, Vogue (F) JL.78, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Classics (F) 71346, Inner City IC 7006, Sony (EU) 88725443772, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
TITOROS (3:13) Vogue (F) JL.78, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Inner City IC 7006, Sony (EU) 88725443772

Note: not sure if ROUND MIDNIGHT on GNP-9030 is from this session / ‘Round midnight p-solo

Issues:
(78’) Vogue (GB) V 2163
(?) Vogue (GB) L.D.E. 022 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS PLAYS IN LONDON
(10‘) Vogue (F) L.D. 124 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS PLAYS IN LONDON
Contemporary C 2507 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS PIANO ‘53
(12) Vogue (F) JL.78 entitled MARY-LOU WILLIAMS FIRST LADY OF PIANO
GNP 9029 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS IN LONDON
GNP-9030 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUARTET featuring DON BYAS
Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FIRST LADY OF PIANO
(CD) RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE LONDON SESSIONS
Classics (F) 71346 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1951 – 1953
Vogue (F) 7432215162 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE LONDON SESSIONS
Vogue (J) K23P-6748
Inner City IC 7006 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FIRST LADY OF PIANO
Sony (EU) 88725443772 entitled JAZZ ON DISQUES VOGUE LA DISCOTHEQUE IDEALE
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Vogue (GB) L.D.E. 022











Vogue (F) LD.124




Contemporary C 2507

GNP-9030

Vogue (F) JL.78

Giants of Jazz (I) LPJT 20

RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2

Classics (F) 71346

Inner City IC 7006













Sony (EU) 88725443772

 Acrobat FADCD 2046



MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams, p; Jack Fallon, b; Gerry McLaughlin, dr.

London, March 19, 1953

17685 LAUGHLIN RAG (1:49) London 1174, Decca BM 31086, Classics (F) 71346
17686 RAG OF RAGS (1:51) London 1174, Decca BM 31086, Classics (F) 71346, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046

Issues:
(?) London 1174
Decca BM 31086
(CD) Classics (F) 71346 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1951 – 1953
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Classics (F) 71346
 Acrobat FADCD 2046



MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUARTET
Mary Lou Williams, p; Ray Dempsey, g; Rupert Nurse, b; Tony Kinsey, dr.

Carlo's Studio, Bedford Mansions, London, June 26, 1953

395 MELODY MAKER (2:36) Esquire (GB) 10-312, EP 66, 304, Prestige LP 175, Classics (F) 71346
396 MUSICAL EXPRESS (2:19) Esquire (GB) 10-312, EP 66, 304, Prestige LP 175, Prestige LP 175, Classics (F) 71346, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
397 SOMETIMES I'M HAPPY (2:28) Esquire (GB) 10-312, EP 66, 304, Prestige LP 175, Prestige LP 175, Classics (F) 71417
398 MONK' S TUNE (2:30) Esquire (GB) 10-312, EP 66, 304, Prestige LP 175, Classics (F) 71417

Issues:
(EP) Esquire (GB) EP 66
(10‘) Esquire (GB) 10-312
Prestige LP 175 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS AL HAIG PIANO MODERNS (various)
(12) Esquire (GB) 304 entitled I LOVE A PIANO (various)
(CD) Classics (F) 71346 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1951 - 1953
Classics (F) 71417 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1953-1954
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Notes:
The owner of Carlo's studio was producer Carlo Krahmer











Equire EP 66

Prestige LP 175

Esquire (GB) 304

Classics (F) 71346

Classics (F) 71417
 Acrobat FADCD 2046



MARY LOU WILLIAMS - DON BYAS GROUP
Don Byas, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p; Buddy Banks, b; Gérard Pochonet, dr.

Paris, December 2, 1953

WHY (4:17) Vogue LD 186, Storyville SLP 906, GNP-9030, Vogue (F) JL 95, Vogue (F) 74321 11505 2, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203, Classics (F) 71417
LULLABY OF THE LEAVES (4:07) Vogue LD 186, Mode (F) CMDINT 9444, Storyville SLP 906, GNP-9027, GNP-9030, Vogue (F) JL 95, Vogue (F) 74321 11505 2, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203, Classics (F) 71417, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
JUST YOU JUST ME* (2:32) Vogue LD 186, Storyville SLP 906, GNP-9030, Vogue (F) 74321 11505 2, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203, Promo Sound LTD (GB) MP 1302, Classics (F) 71417
CHICA-BOOM BLUES* (3:12) Vogue LD 186, Storyville SLP 916, SLP 906, Mode (F) CMDINT 9515, GNP-9030, Vogue (F) 74321 11505 2, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203, Classics (F) 71417, Storyville/Muzak (J) 474191, Storyville/Muzak (J) 473421
MARY'S WALTZ (2:55) Vogue EPL 7010, EPV 1042, LD 186, Vogue (F) JL 95, Jazz Selection (F) JEP 4514, Storyville SLP 916, GNP-9030, Vogue (F) 74321 11505 2, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203, Classics (F) 71417, Storyville/Muzak (J) 474191
O. W. (5:05) Vogue EPL 7010, LD 186, EPV 1042, Vogue (F) JL 95, Jazz Selection (F) JEP 4514, Storyville SLP 916, GNP-9030, Vogue (F) 74321 11505 2, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203, Classics (F) 71417
MOONGLOW (3:51) Vogue EPL 7010, EPV 1042, LD 186, Mode (F) CMDINT 9444, Jazz Selection (F) JEP 4514, Storyville SLP 916, GNP-9030, GNP-9027, Vogue (F) JL 95, Vogue (F) 74321 11505 2, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203, Promo Sound LTD (GB) MP 1302, Classics (F) 71417
N. M. E. (3:23) Vogue EPL 7010, EPV 1042, LD 186, Vogue (F) JL 95, Jazz Selection (F) JEP 4514, Storyville SLP 916, GNP-9030, Classics (F) 71417, Vogue (F) 74321 11505 2, Past Perfect (D) 220335-203, Classics (F) 71417

Note:
* without Don Byas.
CHICA-BOOM BLUES as BLUES on Past Perfect (D) 220335-203

Issues:
(?) Vogue (F) EPL 7010 entitled DON BYAS
Vogue (F) EPV 1042
Vogue (F) LD 186
(7‘ ?) Jazz Selection (F) JEP 4514 entitled DON BYAS-MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUARTET
(12‘) Vogue (F) JL 95 entitled DON BYAS MEETS THE GIRLS
Mode (F) CMDINT 9515 entitled THE MANY FACES OF JAZZ Vol.3 PIANO (various)
Mode (F) CMDINT 9444
Storyville SLP 906 entitled MESSIN‘ ’ROUND IN MONTMARTRE (various)
Storyville SLP 916
GNP-9027 entitled DON BYAS
GNP-9030 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUARTET featuring DON BYAS
(CD) Vogue 74321 11505 2 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS GERRY WIGGINS ON VOGUE (var)
Past Perfect (D) 220335-203 entitled MARY LOU WILIAMS CONVERSATION
Classics (F) 71417 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1953-1954
Storyville/Muzak (J) 474191 entitled THE WOMEN IN JAZZ (var)
Storyville/Muzak (J) 473421 entitled Youzou Iwanami presents Storyville BOSTON JAZZ LIVING (var)
(MP3) Promo Sound LTD (GB) MP 1302 entitled 100 MEGAHITS MP3 JAZZ ANTHOLOGY (var)
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Storyville SLP 906

Vogue (F) JL 95

GNP-9030

Classics (F) 71417

Past Perfect (D) 220335-203

Storyville/Muzak (J) 474191

Storyville/Muzak (J) 473421
 Acrobat FADCD 2046



December 8, 1953 Paris Mary Lou Williams ??


MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams, p; Buddy Banks, b; Jean-Louis Viale, dr.

Paris, January 14, 1954

THERE’S A SMALL HOTEL (3:10) Blue Star (F) BLP 6841, EmArcy EP1-6056, MG 26033, Felsted (GB) EDL 87012, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2, Classics (F) 71417
EN CE TEMPS LA (3:18) Blue Star (F) BLP 6841, EmArcy EP1-6056, MG 26033, Felsted (GB) EDL 87012, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2, Classics (F) 71417
LOVER (3:01) Blue Star (F) BLP 6841, EmArcy EP1-6056, MG 26033, Felsted (GB) EDL 87012, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2, Classics (F) 71417
BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA (2:15) Blue Star (F) BLP 6841, EmArcy EP1- 6056, MG 26033, MG 36049, Felsted (GB) EDL 87012, Trip TLP 5504, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2, Classics (F) 71417
CARIOCA (2:38) Blue Star (F) BLP 6841, EmArcy EP1-6057, MG 26033, MG 36049, Felsted (GB) ECL 87012, Trip TLP 5504, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2, Classics (F) 71417,
TIRE, TIRE L'AIGUILLE (2:31) Blue Star (F) BLP 6841, EmArcy EP1-6057, MG 26033, MG 36049, Felsted (GB) EDL 87012, Trip TLP 5504, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2, Gitanes (F) 808063, Classics (F) 71417
AUTUMN IN NEW YORK (2:28) Blue Star (F) BLP 6841, EmArcy EP1-6057, MG 26033, Felsted (GB) EDL 87012, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2, Classics (F) 71417, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
NICOLE (3:29) Blue Star (F) BLP 6841, EmArcy EP1-6057, MG 26033, Felsted (GB) EDL 87012, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2, Classics (F) 71417, Verve 729769

Note: booklet of Gitanes (F) 013 141-2 errorously gives Blue Star (F) BLP 6842

Issues:
(10‘) Blue Star (F) BLP 6841 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND HER RHYTHM BLUE STAR JAZZ
EmArcy MG 26033 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU
(7‘) EmArcy EP1-6056
EmArcy EP1-6057 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS
(12‘) EmArcy MG 36049 entitled The Jazz Giants / The Piano Players Volume II (var)
Trip TLP 5504 JAZZ GIANTS THE PIANO PLYERS Vol.1 (var)
Felsted (GB) EDL 87012
(CD) Gitanes (F) 013 141-2 entitled JAZZ IN PARIS MARY LOU WILLIAMS I MADE YOU LOVE PARIS
Gitanes (F) 808063 entitled JAZZ IN PARIS CHAMPS-ELYSEES 1917 – 1949 (var)
Classics (F) 71417 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1953 - 1954
Verve 729769 entitled 01 1976 – 1980 20 YEARS NORTH SEA JAZZ FESTIVAL (var)
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59


Blue Star (F) BLP 6841
EmArcy EP1-6057

EmArcy MG 26033

Gitanes (F) 013 141-2

Classics (F) 71417

Gitanes (F) 808063

Verve 729769
 Acrobat FADCD 2046



MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND HER ORCHESTRA
Nelson Williams, tp; Ray Lawrence, tb; Mary Lou Williams, p; Buddy Banks, b; Kansas Fields, dr.

Paris, 1954

LEG 'N LOU (2:52) Club Francais du Disque (F) J 12, Opera (D) 3121, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2, Classics (F) 71417
(SCRATCHIN‘ IN THE) GRAVEL (3:30) Club Francais du Disque (F) J 12, Opera (D) 3121, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2, Classics (F) 71417
NANCY IS IN LOVE WITH THE COLONEL Club Francais du Disque (F) J 12, Opera (D) 3121, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2, Classics (F) 71417, Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046
MARY LOU BLUES (2:49) Club Francais du Disque (F) EP 6, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2, Classics (F) 71417

Williams and Lawrence out.

SWINGING FOR THE GUYS (2:25) Club Francais du Disque (F) J 12, Opera (D) 3121, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2
MEMORIES OF YOU (3:06) Club Francais du Disque (F) J 12, Opera (D) 3121, Jazz for Reel D-9, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2
AVALON (2:30) Club Francais du Disque (F) EP 1, Club Francais du Disque (F) J 12, Opera (D) 3121, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2


Jacques David, dr; replaces Fields; Beryl Bryden, wsbd + voc added.

FREIGHT TRAIN BLUES (3:07) Club Francais du Disque (F) J 12, Opera (D) 3121, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2
ROCK ME (3:06) Club Francais du Disque (F) J 12, Opera (D) 3121, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2

Mary Lou Williams, p.

CLUB FRANCAIS (BOOGIE) (3:18) Club Francais du Disque (F) J 12, (BLUES) Opera (D) 3121, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2
I MADE YOU LOVE PARIS (2:28) Club Francais du Disque (F) J 12, Opera (D) 3121, Gitanes (F) 013 141-2

Note: CLUB FRANCAIS BOOGIE on Opera and Gitanes as CLUB FRANCAIS BLUES
Gitanes (F) 013 141-2 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS I MADE YOU LOVE PARIS
Club Francais du Disque EP 6 entitled VACANES No.2 (various)

Beryl Bryden as Beryl Briden on cover of Opera (D) 3121

Issues:
(7‘) Club Francais du Disque (F) EP 1 entitled JAZZ-TEMPOS (various)
Club Francais du Disque (F) EP 6 entitled Vancances No.2 (various)
(tape) Jazz for Reel D-9
(10‘) Club Francais du Disque (F) J 12
Opera (D) 3121 entitled MARY-LOU WILLIAMS UND IHRE BANDS
(CD) Gitanes (F) 013 141-2 entitled JAZZ IN PARIS MARY LOU WILLIAMS I MADE YOU LOVE PARIS
Classics (F) 71417 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS 1953 – 1954
Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Club Francais du Disque (F) EP 1











Club Francais du Disque (F) EP 6

Opera (D) 3121

Gitanes (F) 013 141-2

Classics (F) 71417
 Acrobat FADCD 2046



MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUARTET
Mary Lou Williams, p; Lennie Bush, b; Tony Kinsey, dr; Tony Scott, bongos.

London, 1954

AZURE TE (2:30) Swing (F) LDM 33.339, (GB) V 2167, GNP 9029, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Sony (EU) 88725443772
TWILIGHT (2:38) Swing (F) LDM 33.339, (GB) V 2167, GNP 9029, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Sony (EU) 88725443772
FLYING HOME (3:09) Swing (F) LDM 33.339, GNP 9029, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Sony (EU) 88725443772
NICKELS (2:58) Swing (F) LDM 33.339, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Sony (EU) 88725443772
YESTERDAYS (3:44) Swing (F) LDM 33.339, GNP 9030, RCA 74321 40931 2, Sony (EU) 88725443772
YESTERDAYS (3:59) RCA 74321 40931 2, Sony (EU) 88725443772
THE MAN I LOVE (3:01) Swing (F) LDM 33.339, GNP 9029, RCA 74321 40931 2, Sony (EU) 88725443772
THE MAN I LOVE (2:45) RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, RCA 63183, Sony (EU) 88725443772
JUST ONE OF THOSE THINGS (2:33) Swing (F) LDM 33.339, GNP 9029, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Sony (EU) 88725443772
JUST ONE OF THOSE THINGS (2:48) RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Sony (EU) 88725443772
WHY (3:44) Swing (F) LDM 33.339, RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2, Sony (EU) 88725443772

Issues:
(10) Swing (F) LDM 33.339
Vogue (GB) V 2167
(12‘) GNP 9029 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS IN LONDON
GNP-9030 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS QUARTET featuring DON BYAS
(CD) RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2 MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE LONDON SESSIONS
RCA 63183 entitled IT HAD TO BE YOU A JAZZ WEDDING ALBUM (var)
Sony (EU) 88725443772 entitled JAZZ ON DISQUES VOGUE LA DISCOTHEQUE IDEALE










Swing (F) 33.339



GNP 9030

RCA/Vogue (F) 74321 40931 2

RCA 63183











 Sony (EU) 88725443772




MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams, p; with unknown personnel.

Kopenhagen, DK October 5, 1954

UNDECIDED radio broadcasting

other titles from this session unknown


MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO / KURT EDELHAGEN ORCHESTRA
Hanne Wilfert, Siegfried Achhammer, Klaus Mitschele, tp; Rolf Schneebiegl, tp, vib; Heinz Hermannsdörffer, Otto Bredl, Helmut Hauck, tb; Franz von Klenck, Helmut Reinhardt, as; Paul Martin, Kurt Aderhold, ts; Johnny Feigl, bs; Werner Drexler, p; Werner Schultze, b; Bobby Schmidt, dr; Kurt Edelhagen cond; Mary Lou Williams, p

Paulussaal, Freiburg, D November 29, 1954

BLUES ON THE BONGO BEAT (4:42) SWF radio broadcast, jazzhaus (D) # 101 718
LOVER (3:03) SWF radio broadcast
SESSION FOR BIG BAND (Wolfgang Förster arr) (13:52) SWF radio broadcast
PERDIDO (12:02) SWF radio broadcast
TAKE THE A TRAIN (4:41) SWF radio broadcast
ST. LOUIS BLUES (4:03) SWF radio broadcast, jazzhaus (D) # 101 718
THE MAN I LOVE (3:53) SWF radio broadcast, jazzhaus (D) # 101 718
YESTERDAYS (3:32) SWF radio broadcast, jazzhaus (D) # 101 718
NANCY AND THE COLONEL (5:01) radio broadcast

NOTE: trio titles are played by Mary Lou Williams and prob. Werner Schultze b / Bobby Schmidt dr, perc

Issues:
(CD) jazzhaus (D) # 101 718 BIGBANDS LIVE ORCHESTER KURT EDELHAGEN FEAT. MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND CATERINA VALENTE

jazzhaus (D) # 101 718


MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams, p; Wendell Marshall, b; Osie Johnson, dr (collective personnel).

NYC, March 8 + 10, 1955

JERICHO (3:31) Jazztone J 711, J 1280, J 1206, Allegro (GB) ALL 737, Rondolette 2060, Musidisc (F) 30 JA 5187, Black Bird CD (unnumbered)
SWEET SUE (3:34) Jazztone J 711, J 1280, J 1206, Rondolette 2060, Musidisc (F) 30 JA 5187, Black Bird CD (unnumbered)
TALK OF THE TOWN (4:37) Jazztone J 711, J 1280, J 1206, Musidisc (F) 30 JA 5187, Black Bird CD (unnumbered)
AMY (4:00) Jazztone J 711, J 1206, J 1255, Musidisc (F) 30 JA 5187, Black Bird CD (unnumbered)
I LOVE HIM (4:41) Jazztone 1007, J 1206, J 1255, Concert Hall CHJ-1007, Musidisc (F) 30 JA 5187, Black Bird CD (unnumbered)
ROLL 'EM (3:31) Jazztone 1007, J 1206, J 1255, Concert Hall CHJ-1007, Musidisc (F) 30 JA 5187, Black Bird CD (unnumbered)
TAURUS (2:10) Jazztone 1007, J 1206, J 1255, Concert Hall CHJ-1007, Musidisc (F) 30 JA 5187, Black Bird CD (unnumbered)
I LOVE YOU (3:26) Jazztone 1007, J 1206, J 1280, Concert Hall CHJ-1007, Musidisc (F) 30 JA 5187, Black Bird CD (unnumbered)
LULLABY OT THE LEAVES (5:18) Jazztone 1007, J 1206, J 1280, Concert Hall CHJ-1007, Musidisc (F) 30 JA 5187, Black Bird CD (unnumbered)
EASY BLUES (3:57) Jazztone 1007, J 1206, J 1255, Concert Hall CHJ-1007, Musidisc (F) 30 JA 5187, Black Bird CD (unnumbered)
MAMA, PIN A ROSE ON ME (3:22) Jazztone J 1007, J 1206, J 1255, Concert Hall CHJ-1007, Musidisc (F) 30 JA 5187, Black Bird CD (unnumbered)
FANDANGLE (2:02) Jazztone 1007, J 1206, J 1280, Concert Hall CHJ-1007, Musidisc (F) 30 JA 5187, Black Bird CD (unnumbered)

Issues:
(EP, 33rpm) Jazztone J 711 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS First lady of the piano
(10‘) Jazztone J 1007 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS A KEYBOARD HISTORY
Concert Hall CHJ-1007 entitled THE ART OF MARY LOU WILLIAMS
(12‘) Jazztone J 1206 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS A KEYBOARD HISTORY
Jazztone J 1255 entitled COMPOSERS – PIANISTS (various)
Jazztone M 1280 entitled THE KING AND QUEEN OF JAZZ PIANO AND MARY LOU WILLIAMS (various)
Allegro (GB) ALL 737 entitled JAZZ GREATS! (various)
Rondolette 2060 (LP ?)
Musidisc (F) 30 JA 5187 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS THE FIRST LADY OF PIANO NEW-YORK 1955
(CD) Black Bird CD (unnumbered) MARY LOU WILLIAMS LADY PIANO

Concert Hall CHJ-1007

Allegro (GB) ALL 737











Musidisc (F) 30 JA 5187



THE DIZZY GILLESPIE ORCHESTRA AT NEWPORT 1957
Dizzy Gillespie, Lee Morgan, Emmet Perry, Carl Warwick, Talib Daawud, tps; Melba Liston, Al Grey, Ray Connor, tbs; Ernie Henry, Jimmy Powell, as; Billy Mitchell, Benny Golson, ts; Pee Wee Moore, bs; Mary Lou Williams, p; Paul West, b; Charlie Persip, dr; Austin Cromer, voc.

Newport, July 16, 1957 in concert

ZODIAC SUITE (10:03) Verve MG V 8244, MGVS-6025, VE-2-2514, Columbia (GB) 33 CX 1011, Verve (J) MV 2620, UMV 2618, Verve 513754, Verve (J) UCCD-5061
CARIOCA (3:13) Verve MG V 8244, MGVS-6025, VE-2-2514, Columbia (GB) 33 CX 1011, Verve (J) MV 2620, UMV 2618, Verve 513754, Verve (J) UCCD-5061

Notes: Remaining tunes from this session without Mary Lou Williams

Issues:
(12‘) Verve MG V 8244 entitled COUNT BASIE & JOE WILLIAMS DIZZY GILLESPIE & MARY LOU WILLIAMS AT NEWPORT (various)
Verve V/V6-8560 entitled COUNT BASIE & JOE WILLIAMS DIZZY GILLESPIE & MARY LOU WILLIAMS AT NEWPORT (various)
Verve MGVS-6025
Columbia (GB) 33 CX 1011
Verve VE-2-2514 entitled MASTERS OF THE MODERN PIANO (various)
Verve (J) MV 2620 COUNT BASIE & JOE WILLIAMS DIZZY GILLESPIE & MARY LOU WILLIAMS AT NEWPORT (various)
Verve (J) UMV 2618 COUNT BASIE & JOE WILLIAMS DIZZY GILLESPIE & MARY LOU WILLIAMS AT NEWPORT (various)
(CD) Verve 000952402 entitled DIZZY GILLESPIE AT NEWPORT
Verve 513754 entitled DIZZY GILLESPIE AT NEWPORT
Verve (J) UCCD-5061 entitled DIZZY GILLESPIE AT NEWPORT

Verve V/V6-8560

Verve VE-2-2514

Verve 000952402


Verve 513754

Verve (J) UCCD-5061


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams p / Ed Thigpen dr / Melba Liston arr / other musicians unknown

1957 Capitol Studios, NYC

Notes: Recordings session for Roulette. This was never issued



MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams, p; Bruce Lawrence, b; Jack Parker, dr.

June 1959

SR 949 CHUCK-A-LUNK JUG, PART 1 (2:16) Sue Records 715, WI-311
SR 950 CHUCK-A-LUNK JUG, PART 2 (2:12) Sue Records 715, WI-311
NIGHT AND DAY Sue Records 724
I GOT RHYTHM Sue Records 724

Issues:
(7‘) Sue Records 715, WI-311
(7‘) Sue Records 724
(CD) Acrobat Music (GB) FADCD 2046 entitled THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS COLLECTION 1927-59

Sue Records WI-311
 Acrobat FADCD 2046



MARY LOU WILIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams, p; Chris White, b; Rudy Collins, dr

Unknown place 1960

MY BLUE HEAVEN Curcio/I GIGANTI DEL JAZZ(I)GJ-60
YESTERDAYS Curcio/I GIGANTI DEL JAZZ(I)GJ-60

Notes: According to cover the titles were recorded in 1960

Issues:
(LP’s) Curcio/ I GIGANTI DEL JAZZ(I)GJ-60 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS EARL HINES

Curcio/I GIGANTI DEL JAZZ(I)GJ-60



MARY LOU WILLIAMS: BLACK CHRIST OF THE ANDES
Budd Johnson, ts, bcl; Mary Lou Williams, p; Grant Green, g; Larry Gales, b; Percy Price, dr; Jimmy Mitchell, voc; Melba Liston, scor + cond; on*. / George Gordon Singers (voc)

NYC, October 9, 1963

ANIMA CHRISTI(with choir)* (2:43) Mary Records M 101, Mary Records/Folkways FJ 2843, 32843, SFW40816, SABA (D) SB 15 062, MPS (D) CRM 611, SABA (J) (unknown number)
PRAISE THE LORD* (5:47) Mary Records M 101, Mary Records/Folkways FJ 2843, 32843, SFW40816, SABA (D) SB 15 062, MPS (D) CRM 611, SABA (J) (unknown number), Polygram/Mojo Club 721277

Mary Lou Williams, p; Percy Heath, b; Percy Price, dr.
same session

MISS D.D. (2:25) Mary Records M 101
Mary Records/Folksways FJ 2843, 32843, SFW40816, SABA (D) SB 15 062, MPS (D) CRM 611, Soul Jazz Records (GB) SJR CD219
IT AIN'T NECESSARILY SO (4:35) Mary Records M 101, Mary Records MEP 3626, Mary Records/Folkways FJ 2843, 32843, SFW40816, SABA (D) SB 15 062, MPS (D) CRM 611, SABA (J) (unknown number), Lo Recordings (GB) 55, Jazzman (GB) JM.068B

Mary Lou Williams, p.
same session

A FUNGUS AMUNGUS (2:48) Mary Records M 101, Mary Records/Folkways FJ 2843, 32843, SFW40816, SABA (D) SB 15 062, MPS (D) CRM 611, SABA (J) (unknown number)

Mary Lou Williams, p; Ray Charles Singers (choral-group) dir. by Howard Roberts. same session

BLACK CHRIST OF THE ANDES (6:23)(ST. MARTIN DE PORRES) Mary Records M 101, Mary Records MEP 3626, Mary Records/Folkways FJ 2843 / 32843, SFW40816, SABA (D) SB 15 062, MPS (D) CRM 611,
THE DEVIL (3:55) Mary Records M 101, Mary Records MEP 3626, Mary Records/Folkways FJ 2843, 32843, SFW40816, SABA (D) SB 15 062, MPS (D) CRM 611, SABA (J) (unknown number)

Mary Lou Williams, p; Percy Heath, b; Percy Brice, dr.

NYC, November 11, 1963

A GRAND NITE FOR SWINGING (2:54) Mary Records M 101, 631, Mary Records/Folkways FJ 2843, 32843, SFW40816, SABA (D) SB 15 062, MPS (D) CRM 611, SABA (J) (unknown number), Soundsational (I) 30165
DIRGE BLUES (3:21) Mary Records M 101, Mary Records/Folkways FJ 2843, 32843, SABA (D) SB 15 062, MPS (D) CRM 611, SABA (J) (unknown number)
MY BLUE HEAVEN (3:02) Mary Records M 101, 631, Mary Records/Folkways FJ 2843, 32843, SABA (D) SB 15 062, MPS (D) CRM 611, SABA (J) (unknown number)

Mary Lou Williams, p; Percy Heath, b; Tim Kennedy dr

Unknown date

Koolbanga (3:21) FOLKWAYS SFW40816
Forty-five degree angle (2:50) FOLKWAYS SFW40816
Nicole (3:37) FOLKWAYS SFW40816
Chunka lunka (3:07) FOLKWAYS SFW40816

Notes: there are 7 takes of this tunes on the tape, last three are complete. The above issued is take 7.
According to liner notes of Folkways SFW 40816 the drummer for all titles was Tim Kennedy. Tim Brice is given in former issues.
According to liner notes of Folkways SFW 40816 the sessions took place at the Cue Studios and Nola Studios between August 1961 and November 1963

Issues:
(7’) Jazzman (GB) JM.068B (not sure if this version of “It ain’t necessarily so” or another one)
Mary Records MEP 3626 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS
(12‘) Mary Records M 101 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS BLACK CHRIST OF THE ANDES
Mary Records 631
Mary Records/Folkways FJ 2843 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS PRESENTS
Mary Records/Folkways 32843 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS
SABA (D) SB 15 062 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS BLACK CHRIST OF THE ANDES
MPS (D) CRM 611 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS BLACK CHRIST OF THE ANDES
MPS (F) 15020 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS BLACK CHRIST OF THE ANDES
Soundsational (I) 30165 entitled THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF SOUND Vol.3 MUSIC FOR THE MODERN LISTENER WITH A BRAZILIAN FLAVOR (var)
(CD) FOLKWAYS SFW 40816 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS BLACK CHRIST OF THE ANDES
Lo Recordings (GB) 55 entitled BACK TO BACK (var)
SABA (J) (unknown number) entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS BLACK CHRIST OF THE ANDES
Polygram/Mojo Club 721277 entitled DANCE FLOOR JAZZ VOLUME 7 GIVE ME YOUR LOVE (var)
Soul Jazz Records (GB) SJR CD219 entitled FREEDOM RYHTHM & SOUND (var)

Mary Records MEP 3626

Mary Records/Folkways 32843

SABA (D) SB 15 062

SABA (J) (unknown number)

FOLKWAYS SFW 40816

Soundsational (I) 30165

Lo Recordings (GB) 55

Polygram/Mojo Club 721277

Soul Jazz Records (GB) SJR CD219


JAZZ PIANO WORKSHOP
Mary Lou Williams, p; Larry Gales, b; Ben Riley, dr.

Pittsburg, Jazz Festival, June 20, 1965 in concert

A5-3354 450 ANGLE (3:27) RCA LPM-3499, LSP-3499, RCA (F) PL 42105
A5-3359 JOYCIE (3:37) RCA LPM-3499, LSP-3499, RCA (F) PL 42105

Earl Hines, Willie 'the Lion' Smith, Billy Taylor, George Wein, Mary Lou Williams, p; Larry Gales, b; Ben Riley, dr.

A5-3361 ROSETTA (6:15) RCA LPM-3499, LSP-3499, RCA (F) PL 42105

Remaining tunes from this session without MLW

Issues:
(12‘) RCA LPM-3499 (mono) entitled THE JAZZ PIANO (var)
RCA LSP-3499 (stereo) entitled THE JAZZ PIANO (var)
RCA (F) PL 42105 entitled THE JAZZ PIANO (var)
(cd) Mosaic MCD-1012 entitled THE JAZZ PIANO (var)

RCA LSP-3499 (stereo)








RCA (F) PL 42105










 Mosaic MCD-1012



MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, org; unknown fl; Choir from the North American College in Rome

Spring 1969 Vatican Radio, Vatican, I

TELL HIM NOT TO TALK TOO LONG (2:33) Vatican Radio Broadcast, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815
I HAVE A DREAM (1:59) Vatican Radio Broadcast, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815

Issues:
(CD) Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S MASS

Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815



MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams p; Chris White b; Sonny Henry g; David Parker dr; Abdul Rahman congs; Roger Glenn fl; James Bailey voc; Milton Grayson voc; Carl Hall voc; Roger Glenn, fl; Leon Thomas, voc

October 5, 1969

O.W. (2:16) Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815
PRAISE THE LORD Mary Records M 102, MG 7, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815
THE LORD SAYS (1:51) Mary Records M 102, MG 7, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815
KYRIE ELEISON - LORD HAVE MERCY (1:42) Mary Records M 102, MG 7, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815
HOLY HOLY HOLY (2:17) Mary Records M 102, MG 7, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815
AMEN Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815
IT IS ONLY SPRING Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815
PEOPLE IN TROUBLE (3:16) Mary Records M 102, MG 7, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815

Notes: KYRIE.. and “HOLY..” have vocals by Eileen gilbert, Randy Peyton, Carline Ray, Christine Spencer overdubbed on February 13, 1970
Roger Glenn added only on “PEOPLE..” and “IT IS ONLY SPRING”and Leon Thomas added only on “IT IS ONLY SPRING”

Issues:
(12‘) Mary Records M 102 entitled MARY LOU’S MASS MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Records MG 7 entitled MUSC FOR PEACE MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND HER FRIENDS
(CD) Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S MESS

Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815


MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams p solo + added Spike Heatley b; John Marshall dr.

Odeon, Hammersmith, London, GB November 1969

Unknown titles

Notes: Jazz Expo ’69


MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams p solo + added Spike Heatley b; John Marshall dr.

Ronnie Scott Club, London, GB November 5, 1969

My blue heaven (5:31) BBC TV Programme No.3
Yesterdays (4:14) BBC TV Programme No.3
It's a grand night for swingin' (5:22) BBC TV Programme No.3
Spiritual (p solo) (1:56) BBC TV Programme No.9
Ragtime (P solo) (1:12) BBC TV Programme No.9
K.C. Style (p solo) (1:25) BBC TV Programme No.9
Boogie woogie (2:02) BBC TV Programme No.9
Tautoris (3:50) BBC TV Programme No.18
Willow weep for me (4:30) BBC TV Programme No.18
Falling leaves (5:12) BBC TV Programme No.18


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
David Amran, fr-horn, fl; Mary Lou Williams, p; Leon Atkinson, g; Carline Ray, b + voc; Al Hareword, dr; Eileen Gilbert, Randy Peyton, Christine Spencer, voc.

February 13, 1970

GLORIA (1:42) Mary Records M 102, MG 7, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815
LAZARUS (4:24) Mary Records M 102, MG 7, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815
CREDO (2:12) Mary Records M 102, MG 7, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815
OUR FATHER (2:07) Mary Records M 102, MG 7, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815
ONE (1:23) Mary Records M 102, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815, Jazzman (GB) 383202


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, p; Carline Ray, b; Sonny Henry, g, voc; David Parker, dr, tamb; Abdul Rahman congas

September 3, 1971

CREDO (5:48) Mary Records MA-6, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815, Jazzman (GB) JM. 068A
JESUS IS THE BEST (2:53) (SH voc) Mary Records MA-5, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815

NOTE:
Credo available as mp3 in the internet. It runs 3:33 but most probably ii's the same take as on SFW 40815
Credo (4:27) on Jazzman (GB) JM 068 is probably this version in edited form.


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams p; Billy Hadnott b; Louis Bellson dr

September (Saturday afternoon), 1971 Monterey, CA

NOTE:
Exact date unknown / surely recorded but no tape available so far


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Roger Glenn, fl; Mary Lou Williams, p; Milton Suggs, b; David Parker, dr; Ralph McDonald, cga.

January 7, 1972

OLD TIME SPIRITUAL (1:10) Mary Records M 102, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815
MEDI I AND MEDI II (3:58) Mary Records M 102, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815

Same date

Mary Lou Williams, p; Milton Suggs, b; Honi Gordon, voc.

ACT OF CONTRITION (1:26) Mary Records M 102, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815

Mary Lou Williams, p; Carline Ray, b; Leon Atkinson, g; Al Harewood, dr; Eileen Gilbert, Randy Peyton, Christine Spencer, Carl Hall, voc.

IN THIS DAY – PEACE I (0:52) Mary Records M 102, MG-7
LEAVE WITH YOU / ALLELUIA Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815

Same date
with Roger Glenn, fl; + voc-chorus, direct. by Howard Roberts.

LAMB OF GOD (3:23) Mary Records M 102, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815

Same date
Julius Watkins, fr-horn; Mary Lou Williams, p; Leon Atkinson, g; Milton Suggs, b; David Parker, dr; Ralph McDonald, cga; Peter Whitehead, voc; SATB voc-chorus, directed by Howard Roberts.

PRAISE THE LORD (COME HOLY SPIRIT) (3:52)Mary Records M 102
Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Unknown pers. and date

THE WORLD (1:25) Mary Records MG-7
Jazzman (GB) JM.035

Issues:
(45’s)
Mary Records MA-5
Mary Records MA-6
Jazzman (GB) JM.035 (as COMMUNIONS SONG #3 – THE WORLD)
Jazzman (GB) JM.068A (as Credo - ?)
(12‘) Mary Records M 102 entitled MARY LOU’S MASS MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Records MG-7 entitled MUSC FOR PEACE MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND HER FRIENDS
(CD) Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S MASS
Jazzman (GB) 383202 entitled HUNK OF HEAVEN (var)

Mary Records MA-6

Mary Records MG-7

Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815

JazzMan (GB) 068A

Jazzman (GB) 383202



INTERFAITH CHORUS AND ENSEMBLE
Pers. Incl. Julius Watkins, frh; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Bill Salters, b; Percy Brice, dr; Ralph McDonald, congas; Honey Gordon, Leon Thomas, voc.

Unknown date

JOYCIE Avant Garde AVS 103
THANK YOU, JESUS (LT voc) Avant Garde AVS 103
OUR FATHER (HG voc) Avant Garde AVS 103
PRAISE THE LORD (LT voc) Avant Garde AVS 103

Issues:
Avant Garde AVS-103 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS PRAISE THE LORD IN MANY VOICES










Avant Garde AVS-103


Prob. INTERFAITH CHORUS AND ENSEMBLE
Pers. prob. incl. Julius Watkins, frh; Mary Lou Williams, p + arr; Bill Salters, b; Percy Brice, dr; Ralph McDonald, congas; Sonny Henry, Leon Thomas, voc.

Unknown date and location

LET’S DO THE FROGGY BOTTOM (SH voc) Mary Records MA 5,
WILLIS Mary Records MA-6
CHIF NATOMA FROM TOCOMA (LT voc) TK4M 1973
JOE (LT voc) TK4M 1974
PITTSBURG (LT voc) TK4M 1975
YOU KNOW BABY (LT voc) TK4M 1976, Luv N' Haight/Ubiquity (GB) 10056

Issues:
(45 rpm, 7inch) TK4M 1973
TK4M 1974
TK4M 1975
TK4M 1976
Mary Records MA-5
Mary Records MA-6
(12’) Luv N' Haight/Ubiquity (GB) 10056 entitled GILES PETERSON DIGS AMERICA 2 (var)

TK4M 1975

Mary Records MA-6

Luv N' Haight/Ubiquity (GB) 10056

Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815


MARY LOU WILLIAMS: THE HISTORY OF JAZZ
Mary Lou Williams, p + narration.

NYC, late 1970 (in the home of MLW)

MEDI I (MODERN BLUES/JAZZ) (1:27) Folkways FJ 2860, FW02860
MEDI I WITH VOICEOVER (1:18) Folkways FJ 2860, FW02860
ANIMA CHRISTI SUITE (LORD HAVE MERCY) (2:14) Folkways FJ 2860, FW02860
MEDI I WITH VOICEOVER (0:31) Folkways FJ 2860, FW02860
WHO STOLE THE LOCK OF THE HENHOUSE DOOR
(1:28) Folkways FJ 2860, FW02860
MEDI I WITH VOICEOVER (1:09) Folkways FJ 2860, FW02860
MY MAMA PINNED A ROSE ON ME (4:07) Folkways FJ 2860, FW02860
NITE LIFE (2:26) Folkways FJ 2860, FW02860
HESITATION BOOGIE (1:31) Folkways FJ 2860, FW02860
OLD BLUES (1:01) Folkways FJ 2860, FW02860
NEW BLUES (1:02) Folkways FJ 2860, FW02860
AFUNGUS AMUNGUS (4:22) Folkways FJ 2860, FW02860
MEDI I (2:39) Folkways FJ 2860, FW02860

Issues:
(12‘) Folkways FJ 2860 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS HISTORY OF JAZZ
(CD) Folkways FW02860 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS HISTORY OF JAZZ

Folkways FW 02860



DIZZY GILLESPIE QUINTET
Dizzy Gillespie, Bobby Hackett, tp; Mary Lou Williams, p; George Duvivier,b; Grady Tate, dr.

NYC , Overseas Press Club, January 31 , 1971

LOVE FOR SALE (8:05) Perception PLP 19, Festival Album (F) 215, Collectables COL-5616
AUTUMN LEAVES (6:25) Perception PLP 19, Festival Album (F) 215, Collectables COL-5616
CARAVAN (4:36) Perception PLP 19, Festival Album (F) 215, Collectables COL-5616
JITTERBUG WALTZ (6:34) Perception PLP 19, Festival Album (F) 215, Collectables COL-5616
WILLOW WEEP FOR ME (5:17) Perception PLP 19, Festival Album (F) 215, Collectables COL-5616
BIRKS WORK (7:38) Perception PLP 19, Festival Album (F) 215, Collectables COL-5616
MY MAN (6:00) Perception PLP 19, Festival Album (F) 215, Collectables COL-5616

Issues:
(12‘) Perception PLP 19 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND THE TRUMPET GIANTS FEATURING BOBBY HACKETT & DIZZY GILLESPIE
Festival Album (F) 215
(CD) Lone Hill Jazz (E) LHJ 10109 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS AND THE TRUMPET GIANTS FEATURING BOBBY HACKETT & DIZZY GILLESPIE
Collectables COL-5616 entitled GIANTS / PORTRAIT OF JENNY (various)

Perception PLP 19

Collectables COL-5616

Lone Hill Jazz (E) LHJ 10109



MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, p.

WARP Studio remote at Studio 58, NYC, May - June, 1971

NITE LIFE (3:05) Chiaroscuro CR 103, Storyville (DK) SLP 504, Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
CLOUDY (5:54) Chiaroscuro CR 103, Storyville (DK) SLP 504, Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
LITTLE JOE FROM CHICAGO (3:41) Chiaroscuro CR 103, Storyville (DK) SLP 504, Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
WHAT'S YOUR STORY MORNING GLORY (5:40) Chiaroscuro CR 103, Storyville (DK) SLP 504 , Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
THE SCARLET CREEPER (4:13) Chiaroscuro CR 103, Storyville (DK) SLP 504, Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
SCRATCHIN' IN THE GRAVEL (4:41) Chiaroscuro CR 103, Storyville (DK) SLP 504, Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
OFFERTORY (3:06) Chiaroscuro CR 103, Storyville (DK) SLP 504, Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
BLUES FOR JOHN (3:31) Chiaroscuro CR 103, Storyville (DK) SLP 504, Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
MARNIER MOOD (3:15) Chiaroscuro CR 103, Storyville (DK) SLP 504, Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
GEMMA (4:58) Chiaroscuro CR 103, Storyville (DK) SLP 504, Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
FOR THE FIGS (2:50) Chiaroscuro CR 103, Storyville (DK) SLP 504, Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
ANIMA CHRISTI #1 (5:10) Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
ANIMA CHRISTI #2 (5:55) Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
Chief (3:44) Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
NITE LIFE VARIATIONS:
a. A SWINGING MEDITATION (5:05) Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
b. A FULL-BODIED PORTRAIT (4:39) Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
c. A MODERN IMPROVISATION (5:53) Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
WHAT'S YOUR STORY MORNING GLORY #2 (6:21) Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
LITTLE JOE FROM CHICAGO #2 (4:40) Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
WHAT'S STORY MORNING GLORY / LITTLE JOE FROM CHICAGO (3:16) Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
THE SCARLET CREEPER (4:42) Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
SCRATCHIN' IN THE GRAVEL (4:43) Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103

Issues:
(12‘) Chiaroscuro CR 103 entitled FROM THE HEART MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Storyville (DK) SLP 504 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FROM THE HEART
(CD) Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS NITE LIFE


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams p / Carline Ray b / David Parker dr / Abdul Rahman congas

September 3, 1971

WILLIS (3:37) Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815

Issues:
(CD) Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40815 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARY LOU’S MASS


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, p.

Lincoln Theatre Center, NYC October 22, 1971

ELITE SYNCOPATIONS (3:23) New York Public Library NYPL-SJ, Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
PLEASANT MOMENTS - A RAGTIME WALTZ (3:17) New York Public Library NYPL-SJ, Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
PINEAPPLE RAG (4:22) New York Public Library NYPL-SJ, Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103
MY MAMA PINNED A ROSE ON ME / FANTANGLE (3:55) Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103

Note:
issued on limited private edition

On Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103 the last track is a Jazzspeak of Mary Lou Williams (32:42)

Issues:
New York Public Library NYPL-SJ

(CD) Chiaroscuro CR(D) 103 entitled MARY LOU WILIAMS NITE LIFE


NEWPORT IN NEW YORK 1972
Dizzy Gillespie, tp; Benny Green, tb; Stan Getz, ts; John Blair, viol; Mary Lou Williams, p; Milt Jackson, vib; Kenny Burrell, g; Percy Heath, b; Max Roach, dr; Big Black, cga.

NYC, Radio City Music Hall, July 3, 1972 in concert

25536 BAGS GROOVE (16:19) Cobblestone CST 9025.2, CST 9032-6, Cobblestone Ampex 8-track, Atlantic (Eu) ATL 40446, Kory Records KK 2001
25537 NIGHT IN TUNISIA (18:37) Cobblestone CST 9025.2, CST 9032-6, Cobblestone Ampex 8-track, Atlantic (Eu) ATL 40446

Notes:
Remaining titles without MLW

Issues:
(12‘) Cobblestone CST 9025.2,
Cobblestone CST 9032-6 (Box set),
Cobblestone (unknown number)
Atlantic (Eu) ATL 40446 entitled NEWPORT IN NEW YORK '72 THE JAM SESSIONS, VOL 2

Kory Records KK 2001,
(reel) Cobblestone Ampex 8-track (box set)
(CD) Wax Train WT 51500_3 entitled NEWPORT IN NEW YORK (various)

Cobblestone CST 9032-6 (Box set)

Cobblestone (unknown number)

Wax Train WT 51500_3



BUDDY TATE AND HIS BUDDIES
Roy Eldridge, tp; Buddy Tate, Illinois Jacquet, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p; Steve Jordan, g; Milt Hinton, b; Gus Johnson, dr.

NYC (?) 1973

ROCKAWAY (8:10) Chiaroscuro CR 123, Chiaroscuro CR 123 (cd)
MEDI II (6:07) Chiaroscuro CR 123, Chiaroscuro CR 123 (cd)
PARIS NIGHTS (8:03) Chiaroscuro CR 123, Chiaroscuro CR 123 (cd)
WHEN I'M BLUE (10:00) Chiaroscuro CR 123, Chiaroscuro CR 123 (cd)
SUNDAY (11:04) Chiaroscuro CR 123, Chiaroscuro CR 123 (cd)

Issues:
(12‘) Chiarosauro CR 123 entitled BUDDY TATE AND HIS BUDDIES
(CD) Chiaroscuro CR 123 (cd) entitled BUDDY TATE AND HIS BUDDIES

Chiaroscuro CR 123 (cd)



MARY LOU WILLIAMS - ZONING
Mary Lou Wllliams, Zita Carno, p; Bob Cranshaw, b; Mickey Roker, dr.

NYC, January 17, 1974
SYL-O-GISM (3:27) Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40811, SFW 40062
GLORIA (4:38) Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40811


NYC, February , 1974

INTERMISSION (1:25) (2:22) Mary Records M 103, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40811
ZONING FUNGUS II (6:48) Mary Records M 103, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40811, Folkways FW33901

Zita Carno, p; out.

MEDI II (2:03) Mary Records M 103, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40811
ROSA MAE (4:27) Mary Records M 103, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40811, Partners In Crime (I) 30137
OLINGA (3:59) Mary Records M 103, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40811

Mary Lou Williams, p.

GHOST OF LOVE (4:52) Mary Records M 103, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40811

Mary Lou Williams, p; Bob Cranshaw, b.

HOLY GHOST (5:20) Mary Records M 103, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40811
MEDI I (4:50) Mary Records M 103, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40811

Mary Lou Williams, p; Milton Suggs, b; Tony Waters, cgs.

NYC March 18, 1974

PRAISE THE LORD (6:35) Mary Records M 103, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40811
GLORIA (6:29) Mary Records M 103, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40811, Folkways FW33901
PLAY IT MOMMA (3:52) Mary Records M 103, Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40811

Issues:
(12‘) Mary Records M 103 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS ZONING
(CD) Folkways FW33901 entitled NEW AMERICAN MUSIC Vol.1
Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40811 MARY LOU WILLIAMS ZONING
Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40062 SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS AMERICAN ROOTS COLLECTION (var)
Partners In Crime (I) 30137 entitled “THE MIGHTY MELLOW” CHAPTER THREE “SOME OTHER KIND OF FUNK” LISTEN WITH NO LIMITS (var)

Mary Records M 103

Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40811

Smithsonian/Folkways SFW 40062

Partners In Crime (I) 30137



THE MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO - FREE SPIRITS

Mary Lou Williams, p; Buster Williams, b; Mickey Roker, dr.

NYC, July 8, 1975

DAT DERE (4:46) Steeplechase (DK) SCS 1043, SCCD-31043, Inner City IC-2043
BABY MAN (8:29) Steeplechase (DK) SCS 1043, SCCD-31043, Inner City IC-2043
BABY Man (take 2) (8:29) Steeplechase (DK) SCCD-31043,
ALL BLUES (6:58) Steeplechase (DK) SCS 1043, SCCD-31043, Inner City IC-2043
TEMPTATION (5:07) Steeplechase (DK) SCS 1043, SCCD-31043, Inner City IC-2043
PALE BLUES (4:25) Steeplechase (DK) SCS 1043, SCCD-31043, Inner City IC-2043, Mind Fusion 376995
FREE SPIRITS (5:23) Steeplechase (DK) SCS 1043, SCCD-31043, Inner City IC-2043
FREE SPIRITS (take 2) (5:23) Steeplechase (DK) SCCD-31043
BLUES FOR TIMMIE (5:35) Steeplechase (DK) SCS 1043, SCCD-31043, Inner City IC-2043
ODE TO SAINT CECILIE (5:53) Steeplechase (DK) SCCD-31043, Partners in Crime The Sequel (unknown number)
SURREY WITH THE FRINGE ON TOP (5:53) Steeplechase (DK) SCCD-31043
GLORIA (5:30) Steeplechase (DK) SCCD-31043

Issues:
(12‘) Steeplechase (DK) SCS 1043 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FREE SPIRITS
Inner City IC-2043 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FREE SPIRITS
(CD) Steeplechase (DK) SCCD-31043 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS FREE SPIRITS
Mind Fusion 376995 entitled Mind Fusion Vol 2 -- Mixed By Madlib (remix)
Partners in Crime The Sequel (unknown number) entitled “THE MIGHTY MELLOW” (various)

Steeplechase (DK) SCCD-31043

Mind Fusion 376995

Partners in Crime The Sequel (unknown number)


MARY LOU WILLIAMS LIVE AT THE COOKERY
Mary Lou Williams, p; Brian Torff, b.

NYC, early October, 1975 live at the 'Cookery'.

PRAISE THE LORD (6:06) Chiaroscuro CR 146, CR 146 (cd)
BLUES FOR PETER (6:50) Chiaroscuro CR 146, CR 146 (cd)
I CAN'T GET STARTED (5:50) Chiaroscuro CR 146, CR 146 (cd)
ROLL 'EM (6:25) Chiaroscuro CR 146, CR 146 (cd)
THE JEEP IS JUMPING (3:28) Chiaroscuro CR 146, CR 146 (cd)
MY FUNNY VALENTINE (5:04) Chiaroscuro CR 146, CR 146 (cd)
WALTZ BOOGIE (3:10) Chiaroscuro CR 146, CR 146 (cd)
THE SURREY WITH THE FRINGE ON
TOP (4:21) Chiaroscuro CR 146, CR 146 (cd)
A GRAND NIGHT FOR SWINGING (7:52) Chiaroscuro CR 146, CR 146 (cd)
THE MAN I LOVE (5:58) Chiaroscuro CR 146 (cd)
ALL BLUES (4:47) Chiaroscuro CR 146 (cd)
MACK THE KNIFE (5:11) Chiaroscuro CR 146 (cd)

Issues:
(12‘) Chiaroscuro CR 146 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS LIVE AT THE COOKERY
(CD) Chiaroscuro CR 146 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS LIVE AT THE COOKERY

Chiaroscuro CR 146


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, p; Ronnie Boykins, b. Roy Haynes dr

Buffalo, NY winter 1975 live at the Statler Hote

A GRAND NIGHT FOR SWINGING (6:58) High Note HCD 7180
I CAN’T GET STARTED (4:48) High Note HCD 7180
MY FUNNY VALENTINE (4:53) High Note HCD 7180
BAG’S BLUES (6:29) High Note HCD 7180
ST. LOUIS BLUES (7:31) High Note HCD 7180
BABY MAN (5:58) High Note HCD 7180
CARAVAN (6:54) High Note HCD 7180
A GRAND NIGHT FOR SWINGING (4:30) High Note HCD 7180
INTERVIEW WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS (4:40) High Note HCD 7180

Issues:
(CD) High Note HCD 7180 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS A GRAND NIGHT FOR SWINGING

High Note HCD 7180


MARY LOU WILLIAMS & CECIL TAYLOR - EMBRACED
Mary Lou Williams, Cecil Taylor, p; Bob Cranshaw, b: Mickey Roker, dr.

NYC, April 17, 1977 in concert

THE LORD IS HEAVY (A SPIRITUAL) (6:06) Pablo Live 2620 108, Pablo OJCCD-2620 108-2
FANDANGLE (RAGTIME) (1:19) Pablo Live 2620 108, Pablo OJCCD-2620 108-2
THE BLUES NEVER LEFT ME (4:58) Pablo Live 2620 108, Pablo OJCCD-2620 108-2
KC 12TH STREET (KANSAS CITY SWING) (7:36) Pablo Live 2620 108, Pablo OJCCD-2620 108-2
GOOD OLE BOOGIE (6:37) Pablo Live 2620 108, Pablo OJCCD-2620 108-2
BASIC CHORUS (BOP CHANGES ON THE BLUES) (10:20) Pablo Live 2620 108, Pablo OJCCD-2620 108-2
AYIZAN (14:26) Pablo Live 2620 108, Pablo OJCCD-2620 108-2
CHORUS SUD (9:14) Pablo Live 2620 108, Pablo OJCCD-2620 108-2
BACK TO THE BLUES (14:32) Pablo Live 2620 108, Pablo OJCCD-2620 108-2

Mary Lou Williams, p.

I CAN'T GET STARTED (3:58) Pablo Live 2620 108, Pablo OJCCD-2620 108-2

Issues:
(12‘) Pablo Live 2620 108 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS & CECIL TAYLOR EMBRACED
(CD) Pablo OJCCD-2620 108-2 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS & CECIL TAYLOR EMBRACED

Pablo Live 2620 108

Pablo OJCCD-2620 108-2


MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams p / Larry Gales b / Eddie Marshall dr

Keystone Korner San Francisco May 8, 1977 live concert

Spoken commentary (0:47) High Note HCD 7097
The history of Jazz according to Mary Lou (6:18) High Note HCD 7097
The jeep is jumpin’ (3:44) High Note HCD 7097
It ain’t necessarily so (4:51) High Note HCD 7097
Gloria (6:28) High Note HCD 7097
I can’t get started (4:31) High Note HCD 7097
Mary Lou’s blues (6:38) High Note HCD 7097
St. Louis blues (4:53) High Note HCD 7097
Stormy weather (4:58) High Note HCD 7097
Roll ‘em (4:25) High Note HCD 7097
‘Round midnight (4:58) High Note HCD 7097
Surrey with the fringe on top (3:02) High Note HCD 7097

Issues:
(CD) High Note HCD 7097 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS LIVE AT THE KEYSTONE KORNER

High Note HCD 7097



MARY LOU WILLIAMS DUO
Mary Lou Williams p / Wyatt Ruther b

Jazz Society, Vancouver, CAN May 11 – 14, 1977


MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO
Mary Lou Williams p / Larry Gales b / Eddie Marshall dr

Keystone Korner San Francisco June, 1977 live concert

UNKNOWN TITLE (14:15) radio broadcast
UNKNOWN TITLE (4:25) radio broadcast
IT AIN’T NECESSARILY SO (5:46) radio broadcast
ON GREEN DOLPHIN STREET (8:45) radio broadcast
UNKNOWN TITLE (8:31) radio broadcast
UNKNOWN TITLE (3:54) radio broadcast
UNKNOWN TITLE (5:33) radio broadcast
OVER THE RAINBOW (4:56) radio broadcast
UNKNOWN TITLE (5:55) radio broadcast
CARAVAN (6:50) radio broadcast
UNKNOWN TITLE (5:02) radio broadcast
UNKNOWN TITLE (11:15) radio broadcast


MARY LOU WILLIAMS - MY MAMA PINNED A ROSE ON ME
Mary Lou Williams, p, Butch Williams, b; Cynthia Tyson, voc on *.

New York, December 27, 1977

THE BLUES* (5:35) Pablo 2310 819, 2310-856, OJCCD-1108-2
N.G. BLUES (2:29) Pablo 2310 819, 2310-856, OJCCD-1108-2
DIRGE BLUES (5:51) Pablo 2310 819, 2310-856, OJCCD-1108-2
BABY BEAR BOOGIE (2:22) Pablo 2310 819, 2310-856, OJCCD-1108-2
TURTLE SPEED BLUES (2:14) Pablo 2310 819, 2310-856, OJCCD-1108-2
BLUES FOR PETER (1:30) Pablo 2310 819, 2310-856, OJCCD-1108-2
MY MAMA PINNED A ROSE ON ME (3:00) Pablo 2310 819, 2310-856, OJCCD-1108-2
PRELUDE TO PRISM (3:19) Pablo 2310 819 , OJCCD-1108-2
PRISM (2:51) Pablo 2310 819 , OJCCD-1108-2
WHAT'S YOUR STORY MORNING
GLORY (3:57) Pablo 2310 819 , OJCCD-1108-2
PRELUDE TO LOVE ROOTS (1:59) Pablo 2310 819 , OJCCD-1108-2
LOVE ROOTS (2:03) Pablo 2310 819 , OJCCD-1108-2
RHYTHMIC PATTERN (2:34) Pablo 2310 819 , OJCCD-1108-2
J.B.'S WALTZ (4:32) Pablo 2310 819 , OJCCD-1108-2
THE BLUES* (0:44) Pablo 2310 819 , OJCCD-1108-2
NO TITLE BLUES (4:38) Pablo 2310 819 , OJCCD-1108-2
SYL-O-GISM Pablo OJCCD-1108-2

Issues:
(12‘) Pablo 2310 819 = Pablo (D) 2310 819 = Pablo (Jap)MTF-1109 entitled “MY MAMA PINNED A ROSE ON ME“ MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Pablo 2310-856 entitled THE BEST OF MARY LOU WILLIAMS
(CD) Pablo OJCCD-1108-2 (cd) entitled MY MAMA PINNED A ROSE ON ME MARY LOU WILLIAMS

Pablo 2310 819

Pablo OJCCD-1108-2

Pablo 2310-856


BENNY GOODMAN – 40th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT
Victor Paz, Warren Vache, Jack Sheldon, tps; Wayne André, George Masso, John Messner, tbs; Benny Goodman, cl, voc + ld; George Young, Mel Rodnon, as; Buddy Tate, Frank Wess, ts; Sol Schlinger, bs; Mary Lou Williams, p; Lionel Hampton, vib; Cal Collins, Wayne Wright, g; Michael Moore, b; Connie Kay, dr; Martha Tilton, Debi Craig, Jack Sheldon, voc; (collective personnel)

NYC, Carnegie Hall, January 17, 1978 in concert.

ROLL 'EM (6:13) Decca (D) 6.28451 DP, 4.28451 CT (mc), Verve 820543-2, London 820349-2, Phase 4/Vocalion (UK) 469293, Philips (J) UCCU-9194/5
KING PORTER STOMP (4:05) Decca (D) 6.28451 DP, 4.28451 CT (mc), London 820349-2, Phase 4/Vocalion (UK) 469293, Philips (J) UCCU-9194/5
THAT'S A PLENTY (6:30) Decca (D) 6.28451 DP, 4.28451 CT (mc), Verve 844410-2, 682742, London 820349-2, Phase 4/Vocalion (UK) 469293, Philips (J) UCCU-9194/5
HOW HIGH THE MOON (8:25) Decca (D) 6.28451 DP, 4.28451 CT (mc), London 820349-2, Phase 4/Vocalion (UK) 469293, Philips (J) UCCU-9194/5
MOONGLOW (4:40) Decca (D) 6.28451 DP, 4.28451 CT (mc), Verve 820543-2, London 820349-2, Phase 4/Vocalion (UK) 469293, Philips (J) UCCU-9194/5
LADY BE GOOD (5:30) Decca (D) 6.28451 DP, 4.28451 CT (mc), Verve 820543-2, 682742, London 820349-2, Phase 4/Vocalion (UK) 469293, Philips (J) UCCU-9194/5
SEVEN COME ELEVEN (6:28) Decca (D) 6.28451 DP, 4.28451 CT (mc), London 820349-2, Phase 4/Vocalion (UK) 469293, Philips (J) UCCU-9194/5
SOMEONE WATCH OVER ME (voc DC) (2:29) Decca (D) 6.28451 DP, 4.28451 CT (mc), London 820349-2, Phase 4/Vocalion (UK) 469293, Philips (J) UCCU-9194/5
PLEASE DON'T TALK ABOUT ME (2:35) Decca (D) 6.28451 DP, 4.28451 CT (mc), WHEN I’M GONE (voc DC) London 820349-2, Phase 4/Vocalion (UK) 469293, Philips (J) UCCU-9194/5
SING, SING, SING / CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS (10:40) Decca (D) 6.28451 DP, 4.28451 CT (mc), London 820349-2, Phase 4/Vocalion (UK) 469293, Philips (J) UCCU-9194/5

Remaining tunes from this session without MLW

Issues:
(12‘) Decca (D) 6.28451 DP entitled BENNY GOODMAN LIVE AT CARNEGIE HALL 40th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT
(mc) Decca (D) 4.28451 CT entitled BENNY GOODMAN LIVE AT CARNEGIE HALL 40th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT
(CD) Verve 820543-2
Verve 682742 entitled JAZZ MASTERS 33 BENNY GOODMAN
London 820349-2 entitled BENNY GOODMAN LIVE AT CARNEGIE HALL 40th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT
Phase 4/Vocalion (UK) 469293 entitled BENNY GOODMAN LIVE AT CARNEGIE HALL 40th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT
Philips (J) UCCU-9194/5 entitled BENNY GOODMAN LIVE AT CARNEGIE HALL 40th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT

Decca (D) 6.28451 DP

Phase 4/Vocalion (UK) 469293

Verve 682742

Philips (J) UCCU-9194/5


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, p.

June 14, 1978 unknown location

Unknown titles

Note: the date as given on test pressing label could be an earlier date when the recording was made.

Test pressing


MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Mary Lou Williams, p.

Washington DC, White House, June 18, 1978

THE HISTORY OF JAZZ (08:35) NPR Radio Broadcast

Issues:
Part of NPR program entitled WHITE HOUSE TRIBUTE TO NEWPORT


DIZZY GILLESPIE WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Dizzy Gillespie, tp; Mary Lou Willams, p; Rodney Jones, g; Ben Brown, b; Mickey Roker, dr

Nice, F July 1978

BLUE `N BOOGIE France Musique (F) radio broadcast
WILLOW WEEP FOR ME (8:00) France Musique (F) radio broadcast
UNKNOWN TITLE France Musique (F) radio broadcast
A NIGHT IN TUNESIA France Musique (F) radio broadcast


DIZZY GILLESPIE WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Dizzy Gillespie, tp; Curtis Fuller, tb; Barney Wilen, ts; Mary Lou Willams, p; Ronnie Boykins, b; Philly Jo Jones, dr

Nice, F July 6, 1978

WILLOW WEEP FOR ME (8:00) France Musique (F) radio broadcast
CARAVAN (12:20) France Musique (F) radio broadcast


MARY LOU WILLIAMS AT MONTREUX
Mary Lou Williams, p:

Montreux, CH July 6, 1978 in concert

MEDLEY: (THE LORD IS HEAVY / FANDANGLE / OLD FASHION SLOW BLUES / FOR THE FIGS / BABY BEAR BOOGIE / ROLL ´EM) (10:46) Pablo Live 2308 218, Pablo/Fantasy OJCCD 962-2, LSP/Eagle Vision ERED 412
OVER THE RAINBOW (4:03) Pablo Live 2308 218, Pablo 2310-856, Pablo/Fantasy OJCCD 962-2, LSP/Eagle Vision ERED 412
OFFERTORY MEDITATION (5:25) Pablo Live 2308 218, Pablo/Fantasy OJCCD 962-2
TEA FOR TWO (1:52) Pablo Live 2308 218, Pablo 2310-856, Pablo/Fantasy OJCCD 962-2, LSP/Eagle Vision ERED 412
CONCERTO ALONE IN MONTREUX (6:02) Pablo Live 2308 218, Pablo/Fantasy OJCCD 962-2, LSP/Eagle Vision ERED 412
LITTLE JOE FROM CHICAGO (5:19) Pablo Live 2308 218, Pablo 2310-856, Pablo/Fantasy OJCCD 962-2, LSP/Eagle Vision ERED 412
THE MAN I LOVE (3:10) Pablo Live 2308 218, Pablo 2310-856, Pablo/Fantasy OJCCD 962-2, LSP/Eagle Vision ERED 412
WHAT`S YOUR STORY MORNING GLORY (4:18) Pablo Live 2308 218, Pablo 2310-856, Pablo/Fantasy OJCCD 962-2, LSP/Eagle Vision ERED 412
HONEYSUCKLE ROSE (1:55) Pablo Live 2308 218, Pablo 2310-856, Pablo/Fantasy OJCCD 962-2, LSP/Eagle Vision ERED 412

Notes: “Concerto alone in Montreux” not mentioned on DVD cover but included

Issues:
(12‘) Pablo Live 2308 218 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS SOLO RECITAL MONTREUX JAZZ FESTIVAL 1978
Pablo 2310-856 entitled THE BEST OF MARY LOU WILLIAMS
(CD) Pablo/Fantasy OJCCD 962-2 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS SOLO RECITAL MONTREUX JAZZ FESTIVAL 1978
(DVD) LSP/Eagle Vision ERED 412 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS ‘78

Pablo Live 2308 218

Pablo 2310-856

Pablo/Fantasy OJCCD 962-2

LSP/Eagle Vision ERED 412



DIZZY GILLESPIE WITH MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Dizzy Gillespie, tp; Mary Lou Willams, p; prob. Rodney Jones, g; prob. Ben Brown, b; prob. Mickey Roker, dr

Nice, F July 1978

ROSEMARY (5:40) France Musique (F) radio broadcast
WALKIN‘ (11:01) France Musique (F) radio broadcast


DIZZY GILLESPIE JAM SESSION
Dizzy Gillespie, tp; Mary Lou Willams, p; Kenny Burrell, Bucky Pizzarelli, g; Rodney Jones, g; Ben Brown, b; Mickey Roker, dr

Nice, F July 1978

BLUE SKIES (9:20) France Musique (F) radio broadcast


JAM SESSION
Illinois Jacquet, ts; Paul Bascomb, ts; Mary Lou Williams, p; George Duvivier, b; J.C.Heard, dr.

Nice, F July 1978

BLUES (6:17) France Musique (F) radio broadcast

MARY LOU WILLIAMS

July 14 – 16, 1978 Den Haag, NL

Entry according to Jazz Magazine # 265



MARY-LOU WILLIAMS SOLO / DUO
Mary Lou Williams, p; / Milton Suggs, b-1

Sao Paulo, BRAS, Palácio das Convenções do Anhembi, Festival de Jazz September 11 or 18, 1978

SPIRITUALS (2:45) TV (Bras) broadcast
FANDANGLEe (1:05) TV (Bras) broadcast
BLUES (2:07) TV (Bras) broadcast
NITE LIFE (1:36) TV (Bras) broadcast
BABY BEAR BOOGIE - ROLL'EM (2:50) TV (Bras) broadcast
SYL-O-GISM (4:20) TV (Bras) broadcast
ON GREEN DOLPHIN STREET (6:55) TV (Bras) broadcast

Issues:
TV (Bras) broadcast


MARIAN MCPARTLAND with Guest MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Marian McPartland p / Mary Lou Williams p

Prob. NYC, October 8, 1978

SPACE PLAYING BLUES (3:13) Jazz Alliance TJA-12019-2, Jazz Alliance TJA-12045-2
BABY MAN (4:16) Jazz Alliance TJA-12019-2, Jazz Alliance TJA-12045-2
WHAT'S YOUR STORY, MORNING GLORY? (3:09) Jazz Alliance TJA-12019-2, Jazz Alliance TJA-12045-2
SCRATCHIN' IN THE GRAVEL (3:08) Jazz Alliance TJA-12019-2, Jazz Alliance TJA-12045-2
MEDI No. 2 (5:45) Jazz Alliance TJA-12019-2, Jazz Alliance TJA-12045-2
ROSA MAE (3:19) Jazz Alliance TJA-12019-2, Jazz Alliance TJA-12045-2
ROSA MAE (1:29) Jazz Alliance TJA-12019-2, Jazz Alliance TJA-12045-2
CARAVAN (3:23) Jazz Alliance TJA-12019-2, Jazz Alliance TJA-12045-2
I CAN'T GET STARTED (3:44) Jazz Alliance TJA-12019-2, Jazz Alliance TJA-12045-2
TJE JEEP IS JUMPIN' (3:36) Jazz Alliance TJA-12019-2, Jazz Alliance TJA-12045-2
EXIT PLAYING (3:30) Jazz Alliance TJA-12019-2, Jazz Alliance TJA-12045-2


Issues:
(CD) Jazz Alliance TJA-12019 entitled MARIAN MCPARTLAND’S PIANO JAZZ WITH GUEST MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Jazz Alliance TJA-12045-2 entitled MARY LOU WILLIAMS MARIAN MCPARTLAND'S PIANO JAZZ RADIO BROADCAST

Jazz Alliance TJA-12019-2

Jazz Alliance TJA-12045-2


MARY LOU WILLIAMS

November 1978 Berlin, D

Entry according to Jazz Magazine # 268


MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO AT RICK’S CAFE AMERICAIN
Mary Lou Williams, p; Milton Suggs, b; Drashear Khalid, dr.

Chicago, Rick’s Cafe Americain, November 14, 1979

AUTUMN LEAVES (7:29) Storyville STCD 8285
I CAN’T GET STARTED (5:54) Storyville STCD 8285
YOU CAN’T TAKE THAT AWAY (4:00) Storyville STCD 8285
SATIN DOLL (5:16) Storyville STCD 8285
THE JEEP IS JUMPING (3:58) Storyville STCD 8285
ST:JAMES INFIRMARY (5:49) Storyville STCD 8285
SURREY WITH THE FRINGE ON TOP (2:57) Storyville STCD 8285
MY FUNNY VALENTINE (5:04) Storyville STCD 8285
MACK THE KNIFE (3:35) Storyville STCD 8285
WHAT’S YOUR STORY MORNING GLORY (2:51) Storyville STCD 8285
WITH OUT A SONG (6:54) Storyville STCD 8285
CARAVAN (4:38) Storyville STCD 8285
A GRAND NIGHT FOR SWINGING (9:14) Storyville STCD 8285

Issues:
(CD) Storyville STCD 8285 MARY LOU WILLIAMS TRIO AT RICK’S CAFÉ AMERICAIN

Storyville STCD 8285


MARY LOU WILLIAMS ???
Unknown

The pussy’s in the well

Issues:
(LP) Luv N' Haight/Ubiquity (GB) 10056 entitled GILES PETERSON DIGS AMERICA 2 (var)

Luv N' Haight/Ubiquity (GB) 10056


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Some reference projects

some MLW arrangements were re-done by Manny Albam

Nicely done by Marian McPartland

excellent recordings of MLW's compositions by fine musicians

5 of her compositons plus 8 of Dave Douglas devoted to MLW

contains one composition dedicated to MLW

  John Hicks Tribute issued on High Note

 Trio 3 And Geri Allen - Celebrating MLW Live At Birdland NY










Renma Records











Naxos











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