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Various - Bootin' The Boogie -- The Birth Of Rock 'N' Roll, Vol. 2 album

Various - Bootin' The Boogie -- The Birth Of Rock 'N' Roll, Vol. 2 album

  • Performer: Various
  • Genre: Rock / Blues
  • Title: Bootin' The Boogie -- The Birth Of Rock 'N' Roll, Vol. 2
  • Released: 1997
  • Style: Jump Blues, Boogie, Rhythm & Blues, Rock & Roll
  • Label: Charly Records
  • Catalog: CPCD 8300-2
  • Country: Germany
  • MP3 version size: 1409 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1172 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 173

Tracklist

1Louis Jordan And His Tympany FiveTexas And Pacific
Double Bass – Po SimpkinsDrums – Christopher ColumbusGuitar – Carl HoganPiano – Wild Bill DavisTenor Saxophone – James Wright Trumpet – Aaron IzenhallVocals, Alto Saxophone – Louis Jordan
2Myra TaylorTell Your Best Friend Nothing
Accompanied By – Jimmy Keith's Kansas City OrchestraOrchestra – Unknown ArtistTenor Saxophone – Jimmy Keith Vocals – Myra Taylor
3Joe Liggins & His HoneydrippersBlow, Mr. Jackson
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Willie JacksonDouble Bass – Red CallenderDrums – Peppy PrinceGuitar – Frank PasleyPiano – Joe LigginsTenor Saxophone – James Jackson
4Frantic Fay ThomasI'm In Town
Double Bass – Red CallenderDrums – Lee Young Vocals, Piano – Frantic Fay Thomas
5Tiny Grimes QuintetRomance Without Finance
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerDouble Bass, Vocals – Jimmy ButtsDrums – Doc WestPiano – Clyde HartVocals, Guitar – Tiny Grimes
6The Four Jumps Of JiveIt's Just The Blues
Double Bass – Willie DixonGuitar – Bernardo Dennis, Ellis HunterVocals, Piano – Gene "Jimmy" Gilmore
7Dinah WashingtonOo-Wee Walkie Talkie
Accompanied By – Gerald Wilson's OrchestraArranged By – Rene HallBaritone Saxophone – Maurice SimonDrums – Henry GreenPiano – Jimmy BunnTenor Saxophone – Clyde Dunn, Vernon SlaterTrombone – James Robinson , Melba ListonTrumpet – Gerald Wilson, Snooky YoungVocals – Dinah Washington
8Jay McShann, His Piano & Orchestra With Crown Prince WaterfordCrown Prince Blues
Alto Saxophone – Edmund GregoryBaritone Saxophone – Raymond Taylor Double Bass – Unknown ArtistDrums – Al "Cake" WichardPiano – Jay McShannTenor Saxophone – Cleophus CurtisTrumpet – Major EvansVocals – Crown Prince Waterford
9Helen HumesVoo-It
Alto Saxophone – Willie Smith Double Bass – Red CallenderDrums – Henry Tucker GreenGuitar – Allan ReussPiano – Arnold RossTenor Saxophone – Corky Corcoran, Tom ArchiaTrumpet – Snooky YoungVocals – Helen Humes
10Louis Jordan And His Tympany FiveNo Sale
Double Bass – Po SimpkinsDrums – Eddie Byrd Guitar – Carl HoganPiano – Wild Bill DavisTenor Saxophone – Josh JacksonTrumpet – Aaron IzenhallVocals, Alto Saxophone – Louis Jordan
11Eddie "Cleanhead" VinsonToo Many Women Blues
Alto Saxophone – Lee Tanner, Frank DominquezBaritone Saxophone – Greely WaltonDouble Bass – Leonard "Heavy" SwainDrums – Gus JohnsonPiano – Earl Van RiperTenor Saxophone – Lee Pope, Red CormanTrombone – Jesse Tarrant, Leon ComegysTrumpet – Stumpy Whitlock, Joe Bridgewater, John HuntVocals, Alto Saxophone – Eddie Vinson
12Lucky Millinder And His OrchestraBig Fat Mama
Alto Saxophone – George James , Ted BarnettBaritone Saxophone – Ernest PurceDouble Bass – Abe BolarDrums – Panama FrancisGuitar, Vocals – Trevor BaconLeader – Lucky MillinderPiano – Bill DoggettTenor Saxophone – Stafford SimonTrombone – Edward Morant, Floyd Brady, George StevensonTrumpet – Archie Johnson, Nelson Bryant, William Scott
13Louis Jordan And His Tympany FiveReet, Petite And Gone
Alto Saxophone, Vocals – Louis JordanDouble Bass – Po SimpkinsDrums – Christopher ColumbusGuitar – Carl HoganPiano – Wild Bill DavisTenor Saxophone – James Wright Trumpet – Aaron Izenhall
14Julia Lee & Tommy Douglas' OrchestraIf It's Good
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Tommy DouglasDouble Bass – Ben CurtisDrums – Baby LovettGuitar – Efferge WareTenor Saxophone – Freddy Gulliver, Harry Ferguson Trumpet – Clarence Davis Vocals, Piano – Julia Lee
15Joe Liggins & His HoneydrippersDripper's Boogie, Pts. 1 & 2
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Willie JacksonDouble Bass – Red CallenderDrums – Peppy PrinceGuitar – Frank PasleyPiano – Joe LigginsTenor Saxophone – James Jackson
16Albinia Jones With Don Byas' Swing SevenWhat's The Matter With Me?
Clarinet – Gene SedricDouble Bass – Oscar SmithDrums – Harold "Doc" WestGuitar – Leonard WarePiano – Sammy PriceTenor Saxophone – Don ByasTrumpet – Dizzy GillespieVocals – Albinia Jones
17Wynonie "Mr. Blues" Harris And Johnny Otis' All StarsAround The Clock, Pts. 1 & 2
Double Bass – Bob KestersonDrums – Johnny OtisGuitar – Stan MorganPiano – Lee Jones Tenor Saxophone – Teddy EdwardsTrumpet – Howard McGheeVocals – Wynonie Harris
18Gatemouth Moore With Dallas Bartley & His Small Town BoysI Ain't Mad At You, Pretty Baby
Alto Saxophone – Flaps DungeeDouble Bass – Dallas BartleyDrums [probably] – Hillard BrownGuitar – Unknown ArtistPiano [possibly] – Pete JohnsonTenor Saxophone – John Jackson Trumpet – Bill Martin Vocals – Gatemouth Moore
19Pete Johnson's All-Stars1280 Stomp
Alto Saxophone – Don StovallDouble Bass – Abe BolarDrums – Jack ParkerGuitar – Jimmy ShirleyPiano – Pete JohnsonTenor Saxophone – Budd JohnsonTrombone – Clyde BernhardtTrumpet – Hot Lips Page
20Albert Ammons & Mildred AndersonDoin' The Boogie Woogie
Accompanied By – Albert Ammons , His Piano & Rhythm KingsDouble Bass – Israel CrosbyDrums – Jack CooleyGuitar – Ike Perkins Piano – Albert AmmonsTenor Saxophone – Gene AmmonsVocals – Mildred Anderson
21Wynonie Harris With The Hamp-Tone All StarsHey! Ba-Ba-Re-Bop, Pts. 1 & 2
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Herbie FieldsBaritone Saxophone – Charlie FowlkesDouble Bass – Charlie HarrisDrums – George JenkinsGuitar – Billy MackelPiano – Milt BucknerTenor Saxophone – Arnett CobbTrumpet – Joe Morris , Wendell CulleyVocals – Wynonie Harris
22Slim Gaillard QuartetLaguna
Double Bass – Tiny "Bam" BrownDrums – Zutty SingletonPiano – Dodo MarmarosaVocals, Guitar – Slim Gaillard
23Roy Milton & His Solid SendersRed Light
Alto Saxophone – Earl SimsDouble Bass – Dave RobinsonDrums – Roy MiltonPiano – Camille HowardTenor Saxophone – Buddy FloydTrumpet – Hosea Sapp
24Jack McVea And His Door OpenersFrantic Boogie
Double Bass – Frank ClarkeDrums – Rabon TarrantPiano – Call CobbsTenor Saxophone – Jack McVea, Wild Bill MooreTrumpet – Jesse Perdue, Russell Jacquet
25Lucky Millinder And His OrchestraAll The Time
Alto Saxophone – Burnie Peacock, John HarringtonBaritone Saxophone – Ernest PurceDouble Bass – Beverley PeerDrums – Panama FrancisGuitar – Bernard MackeyLeader – Lucky MillinderPiano – Bill DoggettTenor Saxophone – Bullmoose Jackson, Elmer WilliamsTrombone – Alfred Cobbs, Gene Simon, George Matthews , Harold Johnson Trumpet – Archie Johnson, Henry Glover, Lamar Wright, Thomas Grider
26Bill Samuels And His Cats 'N' Jammers ThreeJockey Blues
Double Bass – Sylvester HicksDrums – Hillard BrownGuitar – Adam LambertVocals, Piano – Bill Samuels
27Jim Wynn's BobalibansRock Woogie
Alto Saxophone – Dave Graham Double Bass – Ted ShirleyDrums – Robert "Snake" SimsPiano – Luther Luper Jr.Tenor Saxophone – Freddie Simon, Big Jim WynnTrumpet – Stanley CaseyVocals – Pee Wee Wiley
28Buddy Johnson And His OrchestraThat's The Stuff You Gotta Watch
Alto Saxophone – Joe O'Laughton, Maxwell LucasBaritone Saxophone – Teddy ConyersDouble Bass – Leon SpannDrums – George JenkinsPiano – Buddy JohnsonTenor Saxophone – Frank Henderson, Jimmy StanfordTrombone – Bernard Archer, Gordon Thomas, Leonard BriggsTrumpet – Bert Turner , Gus Aiken, Henry Glover, Lewis Dupree, Willis NelsonVocals – Ella Johnson
29T-Bone WalkerCome Back To Me Baby Blues
Accompanied By – Marl Young And His OrchestraAlto Saxophone – Frank Derrick , Nathan Jones Double Bass – Mickey SimsDrums – Red SaundersPiano, Backing Vocals – Marl YoungTenor Saxophone – Moses GrantTrumpet, Backing Vocals – Melvin Moore , Nick Cooper Vocals, Electric Guitar – T-Bone Walker
30Lionel Hampton And His OrchestraBeulah's Boogie
Alto Saxophone – Gus Evans, Herbie FieldsBaritone Saxophone – Charlie FowlkesDouble Bass – Charlie Harris, Ted SinclairDrums – George Jones Guitar – Billy MackelPiano – Dardanelle BreckenbridgeTenor Saxophone – Arnett Cobb, Jay PetersTrombone – Abdul Hamid , Al Hayse, Andrew Penn, John Morris Trumpet – Al Killian, Dave Page, Joe Morris , Lamar Wright Jr., Wendell CulleyVibraphone, Piano – Lionel Hampton
31The Slim Gaillard TrioCement Mixer
Double Bass – Tiny "Bam" BrownDrums – Zutty SingletonVocals, Guitar, Piano – Slim Gaillard
32Big Joe TurnerMy Gal's A Jockey
Accompanied By – Bill Moore's Lucky Seven BandDouble Bass – Shifty HenryDrums – Alray KiddGuitar – Teddy BunnPiano – Al Williams Tenor Saxophone – Lloyd Harrison, Wild Bill MooreTrumpet – Warren BrockenVocals – Big Joe Turner
33Christine ChatmanBootin' The Boogie
Double Bass – Roger Jones Drums – Horace WashingtonPiano – Sammy PriceTenor Saxophone – Ralph Bowden, Bill MooreTrumpet – Reginald AdamsVocals – Christine Chatman
34T-Bone WalkerShe's Going To Ruin Me
Accompanied By – Marl Young And His OrchestraAlto Saxophone – Frank Derrick , Nathan Jones Double Bass – Mickey SimsDrums – Red SaundersPiano, Backing Vocals – Marl YoungTenor Saxophone – Moses GrantTrumpet, Backing Vocals – Melvin Moore , Nick Cooper Vocals, Electric Guitar – T-Bone Walker
35Joe Turner And His Boogie Woogie BoysSally Zu-Zazz
Alto Saxophone – Tab SmithDrums – Red SaundersGuitar [possibly] – Ike Perkins Piano – Albert AmmonsTrumpet, Tenor Saxophone, Double Bass – Unknown ArtistVocals – Joe Turner
36Johnny Moore's Three BlazersBobby Sox Blues
Double Bass – Eddie Williams Guitar – Johnny Moore Vocals, Piano – Charles Brown
37Memphis SlimSlim's Boogie
Alto Saxophone – Alex AtkinsDouble Bass – Big CrawfordTenor Saxophone – Ernest CottonVocals, Piano – Memphis Slim
38Memphis SlimMistake In Life
Alto Saxophone – Alex AtkinsDouble Bass – Big CrawfordTenor Saxophone – Ernest CottonVocals, Piano – Memphis Slim
39Joe Liggins & His HoneydrippersThe Honeydripper, Pts. 1 & 2
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Willie JacksonDouble Bass – Red CallenderDrums – Peppy PrinceGuitar – Johnny Moore Tenor Saxophone – James Jackson Vocals, Piano – Joe Liggins
40Johnny Moore's Three BlazersJohnny's Boogie
Double Bass – Eddie Williams Guitar – Johnny Moore Piano – Charles Brown
41Benny Carter And His OrchestraRebop Boogie
Alto Saxophone, Arranged By, Leader – Benny CarterAlto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Willard BrownDouble Bass – Thomas MoultrieDrums – Percy BriceGuitar – James CannadyPiano – Sonny WhiteTenor Saxophone – Bumps MyersTrombone – Al Grey, Candy RossTrumpet – Ira Pettiford, Paul Cohen, Walter Williams
42The Tiny Grimes SwingtetTiny's Boogie Woogie
Double Bass – Jimmy ButtsDrums – Eddie NicholsonGuitar – Tiny GrimesPiano – Marlowe MorrisTenor Saxophone – John HardeeTrombone – Trummy Young
43Cootie Williams And His OrchestraBring 'Em Down Front
Alto Saxophone – Daniel Williams , Rupert ColeBaritone Saxophone – Bob AshtonDouble Bass – Norman KeenanDrums – Butch BallardPiano – Arnold Jarvis Tenor Saxophone – Chuck Clarke , Edwin Johnson Trombone – Ed Burke, Edward Johnson , Julius "Hawkshaw" WatsonTrumpet – Cootie Williams, Ernest V. Perry, Clarence "Gene" Redd, Otis GambleTrumpet, Vocals – Bob Merrill
44Jay McShann And The Sextet With Jimmy WitherspoonVoodoo Woman Blues
Alto Saxophone – Teddy SmallsDouble Bass – Percy GabrielDrums – Jesse PricePiano – Jay McShannTenor Saxophone – Seevard EvansTrumpet – Clarence ThorntonVocals – Jimmy Witherspoon

Credits

  • DesignRaven Design
  • Liner Notes, Compiled By, ProducerJoop Visser
  • Remastered ByPeter Rynston

Notes

Recording date, location, catalog number:
1-1. October 10, 1946, New York, Decca 23901
1-2. September 12, 1945, Chicago, Mercury 102
1-3. May 21, 1945, New York, Decca 18719
1-4. December 19, 1945, Chicago, Mercury 8016
1-5. March 26, 1945, Los Angeles, Exclusive 207
1-6. 1946, Los Angeles, Exclusive 126X
1-7. January 23, 1946, Los Angeles, National 4002
1-8. September 11, 1946, New York, Capitol 15164
1-9. January 2, 1946, New York, National 4001
1-10. December 1, 1945, Los Angeles, Cadet CR 201
1-11. November 1945, Los Angeles, Philo 121
1-12. August 14, 1946, New York, Blue Note 291-2
1-13. June 26, 1946, Los Angeles, Mercury 8020
1-14. circa March 1945, Hollywood, Exclusive 205
1-15. September/October 1945, Los Angeles, Hamp-Tone 100
1-16. April 15, 1945, New York, National 9012
1-17. 1944, Los Angeles, Exclusive 244
1-18. late 1946, Los Angeles, Roy Milton 101
1-19. June 27, 1941, New York, Decca 4041
1-20. October 4, 1944, New York, Decca 8671
1-21. 1946, Chicago, Hy-Tone 17
1-22. Summer 1945, Kansas City, Missouri, Premier 29012
2-1. June 26, 1946, New York, Decca 27898
2-2. September 12, 1946, Chicago, Mercury M8007
2-3. July 1945, Los Angeles, Philo/Aladdin 103
2-4. April 6, 1946, Los Angeles, Mercury 8010
2-5. September 15, 1945, New York, Mercury M2003
2-6. December 11, 1945, New York, Mercury M8009
2-7. Summer 1946, Los Angeles, Exclusive 2340
2-8. October 31, 1946, Kansas City, Missouri, Mercury 8027
2-9. May 10, 1945, Chicago, National 6001
2-10. December 19, 1945, Chicago, Old Swingmaster 11
2-11. July 8, 1946, Los Angeles, Exclusive 232
2-12. 1945, Los Angeles, Bee-Bee 101
2-13. February 1946, Los Angeles, Black & White 768
2-14. July 7, 1945, Los Angeles, Premier 29011
2-15. August 1946, New York, De Luxe 1047
2-16. April 6, 1944, New York, Decca 48035
2-17. 1946, Chicago, Hy-Tone 10
2-18. September 15, 1944, New York, Savoy S5J5500
2-19. October 11, 1946, Chicago, National 4016
2-20. circa October 1945, Los Angeles, Gilt Edge 528
2-21. October 10, 1946, New York, Decca 23810
2-22. June 22, 1945, New York, Decca 18770

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 4017692318623
  • Label Code: LC 8477
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): CPCD 83002 CD 1 MPO 01 @@@ 9 01
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI L033
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 121F
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): CPCD 83002 CD2 MPO 01 @@@ 9 01
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI L033
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI 121F
  • SPARS Code: ADD
  • Rights Society: SPA

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Charly Schallplatten GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – Charly Schallplatten GmbH
  • Remastered At – Charly Studios
  • Pressed By – MPO