Louis Armstrong

The Complete Decca Sessions 1935-46 (JAZZ)

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The Complete Decca Sessions 1935-46

Louis Armstrong

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The Complete Decca Sessions 1935-46

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 "No corpus of jazz recordings carries greater influence than the 169 tracks that make-up this set, documenting the maestro at the peak of his powers when vigor and maturity equally coexisted." - Ted Panken, DownBeat

PERSONNEL & DATES:


(A) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Leonard Davis, Gus Aiken, Louis Bacon (tp), Harry “Father” White, Jimmy Archey (tb), Henry “Moon” Jones, Charlie Holmes (cl, as), Bingie Madison (cl, ts), Greely Walton (ts), Luis Russell (p),  Lee Blair (g), Pops Foster (b), Paul Barbarin (d, orch. bells). 
New York, October 3, 1935

(B) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Same as (A) except that possibly Henry “Father” White is the arranger on the first title. 
New York,  November 21, 1935

(C) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Same as (A).
New York, December 13, 1935

(D) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Same as (A) except the reeds do not double clarinet.

(E)
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Same as (A) except the reeds do not double clarinet and Barbarin (d) only.
New York,  January 18, 1936

(F) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Bunny Berigan, Bob Mayhew (tp), Al Philburn (tb), Sid Trucker (cl, as), Phil Waltzer (as), Paul Ricci (ts), Fulton McGrath (p), Dave Barbour (g), Pete Peterson (b), Stan King (d).
New York, February 4, 1936

(G) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Leonard Davis, Gus Aiken, Louis Bacon (tp), Jimmy Archey, Snub Mosley (tb), Henry “Moon” Jones, Charlie Holmes (as), Bingie Madison, Greely Walton (ts), Luis Russell (p),  Lee Blair (g), Pops Foster (b), Paul Barbarin (d), Ray “Dutch” Smith (talking) -1.
New York, April 28, 1936

(H) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Leonard Davis, Gus Aiken, Louis Bacon (tp), Jimmy Archey, Snub Mosley (tb), Henry “Moon” Jones, Charlie Holmes (cl, as), Bingie Madison (ts), Greely Walton (cl, ts), Luis Russell (p), Lee Blair (g), Pops Foster (b), Paul Barbarin (d). 
New York, April 29, 1936

(I) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Same as (H) except the reeds do not double clarinet.
New York, May 18, 1936

(J) LOUIS ARMSTRONG WITH JIMMY DORSEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), George Thow, Toots Camarata (tp), Bobby Byrne, Joe Yukl, Don Mattison (tb), Jimmy Dorsey (cl, as), Jack Stacey (cl, as, bari), Fud Livingston, Skeets Herfurt (cl, ts), poss. Bobby Van Eps (p), Roc Hillman (g), Slim Taft (b), Ray McKinley (d).
Los Angeles, August 7, 1936

(K) BING CROSBY - FRANCES LANGFORD - LOUIS ARMSTRONG
ACCOMPANIED BY JIMMY DORSEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Same as (J) except add Bing Crosby and Frances Langford (vcl).
Los Angeles, August 17, 1936

(L)
LOUIS ARMSTRONG WITH THE POLYNESIANS:
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Sam Koki (steel g), George Archer, Harry Baty (g, vcl), Joe Nawahi (b, vcl), Lionel Hampton (d, vib). 
Los Angeles, August 18, 1936

(M) LOUIS ARMSTRONG WITH ANDY IONA AND HIS ISLANDERS:
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Sam Koki (steel g), George Archer, Harry Baty (g), Andy Iona (uke), Joe Nawahi (b).
New York, March 24, 1937

(N) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND THE MILLS BROTHERS:
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Bernard Addison (g), Harry Mills, Herbert Mills, Donald Mills, John Mills Sr. (vcl).
New York, April 7, 1937

(O) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND THE MILLS BROTHERS: Same as (N).
New York, June 29, 1937

(P) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Shelton Hemphill, Henry “Red” Allen, Louis Bacon (tp), George Matthews, George Washington, J.C. Higginbotham (tb), Pete Clark (as), Charlie Holmes (cl, as), Albert Nicholas, Bingie Madison (cl, ts), Luis Russell (p), Lee Blair (g), Pops Foster (b), Paul Barbarin (d), Chappie Willett (arr).
New York, July 2, 1937

(Q)
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Same as (P).
New York, July 7, 1937

(R) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), J.C. Higginbotham (tb), Charlie Holmes (as), Bingie Madison (cl, ts), Luis Russell (p), Lee Blair (g), Red Callendar (b), Paul Barbarin (d).
Los Angeles, November 15, 1937

(S) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Shelton Hemphill, Henry “Red” Allen, Louis Bacon (tp),  Wilbur DeParis, George Washington, J.C. Higginbotham (tb), Pete Clark, Charlie Holmes (as), Albert Nicholas, Bingie Madison (cl, ts), Luis Russell (p), Lee Blair (g), Pops Foster (b), Paul Barbarin (d), Georgie Stoll, Chappie Willet (arr).
Los Angeles, January 12, 1938

(T) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), J.C. Higginbotham (tb), Charlie Holmes (as), Bingie Madison (ts, bari), Luis Russell (p), Lee Blair (g), Pops Foster (b), Paul Barbarin (d, vib).
Los Angeles, January 13, 1938

(U) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Shelton Hemphill (tp), J.C. Higginbotham (tb), Rupert Cole (cl, as),  Charlie Holmes (as), Bingie Madison (ts), Luis Russell (p), Lee Blair (g), Pops Foster (b), Paul Barbarin (d).
New York, May 13, 1938

(V) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Same as (U) except Cole (as) only.
New York, May 18, 1938

(W) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND MILLS BROTHERS:
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Norman Brown (g), Harry Mills, Herbert Mills, Donald Mills, John Mills Sr. (vcl).
New York, June 10, 1938

(Y) LOUIS ARMSTRONG WITH THE DECCA MIXED CHORUS DIRECTED BY LYN MURRAY:
Louis Armstrong (vcl), Luis Russell (p), Lee Blair (g), Pops Foster (b), Paul Barbarin (d, orch. bells, xyl, vib),
The CBS Choir (vcl), Lyn Murray (dir, arr).
New York, June 14, 1938

(Z) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Bob Cusumano, Johnny McGee (tp), Al Philburn (v-tb), Sid Stoneburn (cl), Nat Jaffe (p), Dave Barbour (g), Haig Stephens (b), Sam Weiss (d).
New York, June 24, 1938

(AA) LOUIS ARMSTRONG: Louis Armstrong (speech), Harry Mills (org, speech),
unknown mixed choir (vcl) -1, poss. Lyn Murray (dir, arr).
New York, August 11, 1938

(CC) GLEN GRAY AND THE CASA LOMA ORCHESTRA WITH LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND PEE WEE HUNT:
Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Frank Ryerson, Grady Watts, Sonny Dunham (tp), Billy Rauch (tb), Pee Wee Hunt (tb, vcl), Murray McEachern (as, tb), Clarence Hutchenrider (cl, as), Art Ralston (as), Dan D’Andrea (cl, b-cl, as, ts), Pat Davis (ts), Kenny Sargent (cl, ts, bari), Joe Hall (p), Jack Blanchette (g),  Stanley Dennis (b), Tony Briglia (d), Glen Gray (dir.).
New York, February 20, 1939

(DD) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Shelton Hemphill, Henry “Red” Allen, Otis Johnson (tp), Wilbur DeParis, George Washington, J.C. Higginbotham (tb), Rupert Cole, Charlie Holmes (cl, as), Joe Garland (cl, ts, arr), Bingie Madison (cl, ts), Luis Russell (p), Lee Blair (g), Pops Foster (b), Sid Catlett (d), poss. Midge Williams (vcl break) -2.
New York, April 5, 1939

(EE) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Same as (DD) except Bernard Flood (tp) replaces Johnson and Cole plays alto only.
New York, April 25, 1939

(FF) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Shelton Hemphill, Henry “Red” Allen, Bernard Flood (tp), Wilbur DeParis, George Washington, J.C. Higginbotham (tb), Rupert Cole (cl, as), Charlie Holmes (as), Bingie Madison (ts), Joe Garland (ts, bari, arr), Luis Russell (p), Lee Blair (g), Pops Foster (b), Sid Catlett (d), Chappie Willet (arr).
New York, June 15, 1939

(GG) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Same as (FF).
New York, December 18, 1939

(HH) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Same as (FF).
New York, March 14, 1940

(II) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND MILLS BROTHERS: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Norman Brown (g), Harry Mills, Herbert Mills, Donald Mills, John Mills Sr. (vcl).
New York, April 10, 1940

(JJ) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND MILLS BROTHERS: Same as (II).
New York, April 11, 1940

(KK) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), prob. Shelton Hemphill (tp), prob. J.C. Higginbotham (tb), Charlie Holmes (as), Joe Garland (ts, bari), Luis Russell (p), Lee Blair (g), Pops Foster (b), Sid Catlett (d).
New York, May 1, 1940

(LL) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Claude Jones (tb), Sidney Bechet (cl, ss), Luis Russell (p), Bernard Addison (g), Wellman Braud (b), Zutty Singleton (d).
New York, May 27, 1940

(MM) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), George Washington (tb), Prince Robinson (cl), Luis Russell (p), Lawrence Lucie (g), Johnny Williams (b), Sid Catlett (d).
New York, March 10, 1941

(NN) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Same as (MM) except Robinson doubles on tenor sax                       .
New York, April 11, 1941

(OO) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Frank Galbreath, Shelton Hemphill, Gene Prince (tp), George Washington, Norman Greene, Henderson Chambers (tb), Rupert Cole (cl, as), Carl Frye (as), Prince Robinson (ts), Joe Garland (ts, bass sax), Luis Russell (p), Lawrence Lucie (g), Hayes Alvis (b), Sid Catlett (d).
Chicago, November 16, 1941

(PP) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Frank Galbreath, Shelton Hemphill, Bernard Flood (tp), George Washington, James Whitney, Henderson Chambers (tb), Rupert Cole, Carl Frye (cl, as), Prince Robinson (cl, ts), Joe Garland (cl, ts, arr), Luis Russell (p), Lawrence Lucie (g), John Simmons (b), Sid Catlett (d), Sy Oliver (arr).
Los Angeles, April 17, 1942

(QQ) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Jesse Brown, Thomas Grider, Andrew Ford, Lester Currant (tp), Taswell Baird, Adam Martin, Larry Anderson (tb), John Brown, Willard Brown (as), Teddy McRae, Dexter Gordon (ts), Ernest Thompson (bari), Ed Swanston (p), Emitt Slay (g), Alfred Moore (b), James “Coatsville” Harris (d), Dorothy Dandridge (vcl).
Los Angeles, August 9, 1944

(RR) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Billy Butterfield (tp), Sid Stoneburn, Jules Rubin (cl, as), Bill Stegmeyer (cl, ts), Arthur Rollini (ts), Paul Ricci (bari), Dave Bowman (p), Carl Kress (g), Bob Haggart (b, dir), Johnny Blowers (d).
New York, January 14, 1945

(SS)
ELLA FITZGERALD AND LOUIS ARMSTRONG WITH BOB HAGGART’S ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Billy Butterfield (tp), Bill Stegmeyer (cl, as), George Koenig (as), Jack Greenberg, Art Drelinger (ts), Milton Schatz (bari), Joe Bushkin (p), Danny Perri (g), Trigger Alpert (b), Cozy Cole (d), Ella Fitzgerald (vcl), Bob Haggart (arr, dir).
New York, January 18, 1946, April 5, 1939

(EE) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Same as (DD) except Bernard Flood (tp) replaces Johnson and Cole plays alto only.
New York, April 25, 1939

(FF) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Shelton Hemphill, Henry “Red” Allen, Bernard Flood (tp), Wilbur DeParis, George Washington, J.C. Higginbotham (tb), Rupert Cole (cl, as), Charlie Holmes (as), Bingie Madison (ts), Joe Garland (ts, bari, arr), Luis Russell (p), Lee Blair (g), Pops Foster (b), Sid Catlett (d), Chappie Willet (arr).
New York, June 15, 1939

(GG) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Same as (FF).  
New York, December 18, 1939

(HH) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Same as (FF).
New York, March 14, 1940

(II)
LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND MILLS BROTHERS: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Norman Brown (g), Harry Mills, Herbert Mills, Donald Mills, John Mills Sr. (vcl).
New York, April 10, 1940

(JJ) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND MILLS BROTHERS: Same as (II).
New York, April 11, 1940

(KK) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), prob. Shelton Hemphill (tp), prob. J.C. Higginbotham (tb), Charlie Holmes (as), Joe Garland (ts, bari), Luis Russell (p), Lee Blair (g), Pops Foster (b), Sid Catlett (d).
New York, May 1, 1940

(LL) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Claude Jones (tb), Sidney Bechet (cl, ss), Luis Russell (p), Bernard Addison (g), Wellman Braud (b), Zutty Singleton (d).
New York, May 27, 1940

(MM) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), George Washington (tb), Prince Robinson (cl), Luis Russell (p), Lawrence Lucie (g), Johnny Williams (b), Sid Catlett (d).
New York, March 10, 1941

(NN) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Same as (MM) except Robinson doubles on tenor sax                       .
New York, April 11, 1941

(OO) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Frank Galbreath, Shelton Hemphill, Gene Prince (tp), George Washington, Norman Greene, Henderson Chambers (tb), Rupert Cole (cl, as), Carl Frye (as), Prince Robinson (ts), Joe Garland (ts, bass sax), Luis Russell (p), Lawrence Lucie (g), Hayes Alvis (b), Sid Catlett (d).
Chicago, November 16, 1941

(PP) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Frank Galbreath, Shelton Hemphill, Bernard Flood (tp), George Washington, James Whitney, Henderson Chambers (tb), Rupert Cole, Carl Frye (cl, as), Prince Robinson (cl, ts), Joe Garland (cl, ts, arr), Luis Russell (p), Lawrence Lucie (g), John Simmons (b), Sid Catlett (d), Sy Oliver (arr).
Los Angeles, April 17, 1942

(QQ) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Jesse Brown, Thomas Grider, Andrew Ford, Lester Currant (tp), Taswell Baird, Adam Martin, Larry Anderson (tb), John Brown, Willard Brown (as), Teddy McRae, Dexter Gordon (ts), Ernest Thompson (bari), Ed Swanston (p), Emitt Slay (g), Alfred Moore (b), James “Coatsville” Harris (d), Dorothy Dandridge (vcl).
Los Angeles, August 9, 1944

(RR) LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Billy Butterfield (tp), Sid Stoneburn, Jules Rubin (cl, as), Bill Stegmeyer (cl, ts), Arthur Rollini (ts), Paul Ricci (bari), Dave Bowman (p), Carl Kress (g), Bob Haggart (b, dir), Johnny Blowers (d).
New York, January 14, 1945

(SS) ELLA FITZGERALD AND LOUIS ARMSTRONG WITH BOB HAGGART’S ORCHESTRA: Louis Armstrong (tp, vcl), Billy Butterfield (tp), Bill Stegmeyer (cl, as), George Koenig (as), Jack Greenberg, Art Drelinger (ts), Milton Schatz (bari), Joe Bushkin (p), Danny Perri (g), Trigger Alpert (b), Cozy Cole (d), Ella Fitzgerald (vcl), Bob Haggart (arr, dir).
New York, January 18, 1946

DISC I
01. I’m In The Mood For Love (A)
02. You Are My Lucky Star (A)
03. La Cucaracha (A)
04. Got A Bran’ New Suit (A)
05. I’ve Got My Fingers Crossed (B)
06. Old Man Mose (-E) (B)
07. I’m Shooting High (B)
08. Was I To Blame For Falling In Love With You (B)
09. Red Sails In The Sunset (C)
10. On Treasure Island (C)
11. Thanks A Million (D)
12. Shoe Shine Boy (D)
13. Solitude (D)
14. I Hope Gabriel Likes My Music (D)
15. The Music Goes ‘Round And Around (E)
16. Rhythm Saved The World (E)
17. Got A Bran’ New Suit (alt tk.-A) (A)
18. I’ve Got My Fingers Crossed (alt tk.-A) (B)
19. Old Man Mose (alt tk.-A) (B)
20. Old Man Mose (alt tk.-D) (B)
21. Thanks A Million (alt tk.-B) (D)
22. Solitude (alt tk.-C) (D)
23. Solitude (alt tk.-B) (D)
24. I Hope Gabriel Likes My Music (alt tk.-C) (D)
25. Rhythm Saved The World (alt tk.-B) (E)
 

DISC II
01. I’m Puttin’ All My Eggs In One Basket (F)
02. Yes-Yes! My-My! (She’s Mine) (F)
03. Somebody Stole My Break (G)
04. I Come From A Musical Family (G)
05. If We Never Meet Again (H)
06. Lyin’ To Myself (I)
07. Ev’ntide (I)
08. Swing That Music (I)
09. Thankful (I)
10. Red Nose (I)
11. Mahogany Hall Stomp (I)
12. The Skeleton In The Closet (J)
13. When Ruben Swings The Cuban (J)
14. Hurdy Gurdy Man (J)
15. Dipper Mouth (J)ver)
16. Swing That Music (J)
17. “Pennies From Heaven” Medley
- Let’s Call A Heart A Heart              
- So Do I
- The Skeleton In The Closet (K)
18. Pennies From Heaven (K)
19. To You, Sweetheart Aloha (L)
20. On A Cocoanut Island (L)
21. On A Little Bamboo Bridge (M)
22. Hawaiian Hospitality (M)
23. When Ruben Swings The Cuban (alt tk.-B) (J)
24. Hurdy Gurdy Man (alt tk.-B) (J)
25. “Pennies From Heaven” Medley
- Let’s Call A Heart A Heart              
- So Do I
- The Skeleton In The Closet (alt tk.-B) (K)e)


DISC III

01. Carry Me Back To Old Virginny (N)
02. Darling Nelly Gray (N)
03. In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree (O)
04. The Old Folks At Home (O)
05. Public Melody Number One (P)
06. Yours And Mine (P)
07. Red Cap (P)
08. She’s The Daughter Of A Planter From Havana (Q)
09. Alexander’s Ragtime Band (Q)
10. Cuban Pete (Q)
11. I’ve Got A Heart Full Of Rhythm (Q)
12. Sun Showers (Q)
13. Once In A While (R)
14. On The Sunny Side Of The Street (R)
15. Satchel Mouth Swing (S)
16. Jubilee (S)
17. Struttin’ With Some Barbecue (S)
18. The Trumpet Player’s Lament (S)
19. Darling Nelly Gray (alt tk.-B) (N)
20. In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree (alt tk.-B) (O)
21. The Old Folks At Home (alt tk.-B?) (O)
22. Struttin’ With Some Barbecue (alt tk.-B) (S)
23. The Trumpet Player’s Lament (alt tk.-C)
 
DISC IV
01. I Double Dare You (T)
02. True Confession (T)
03. Let That Be A Lesson To You (T)
04. Sweet As A Song (T)
05. So Little Time (So Much To Do) (U)
06. Mexican Swing (U)
07. As Long As You Live You’ll Be Dead If You Die (U)
08. When The Saints Go Marching In (U)
09. On The Sentimental Side (V)
10. It’s Wonderful (V)
11. Something Tells Me (V)
12. Love Walked In (V)
13. The Flat Foot Floogee (W)
14. The Song Is Ended (X)
15. My Walking Stick (X)
16. Shadrack (Y)
17. Going To Shout All Over God’s Heaven (Y)
18. Nobody Knows De Trouble I’ve Seen (Y)
19. Jonah And The Whale (Y)
20. I Double Dare You (alt tk.-B) (T)
21. True Confession (alt tk.-B) (T)
22. Let That Be A Lesson To You (alt tk.-B) (T)
23. Going To Shout All Over God’s Heaven (alt tk.-B) (Y)
 
DISC V

01. Naturally (Z)
02. I’ve Got A Pocketful Of Dreams (Z)
03. I Can’t Give You Anything But Love (w/ pre-groove chatter) (Z)
04. Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Z)
05. Elder Eatmore’s Sermon On Throwing Stones (AA)
06. Elder Eatmore’s Sermon On Generosity (AA)
07. Jeepers Creepers (BB)
08. What Is This Thing Called Swing? (BB)
09. Rockin’ Chair (CC)
10. Lazybones (CC)
11. Hear Me Talkin’ To Ya (DD)
12. Save It Pretty Mama (DD)
13. West End Blues (DD)
14. Savoy Blues (DD)
15. Confessin, That I Love You (EE)
16. Our Monday Date (EE)
17. If It’s Good (Than I Want It) (EE)
18. Me And Brother Bill (EE)
19. Happy Birthday (EE)
20. Baby Won’t You Please Come Home (FF)
21. Poor Old Joe (FF)hael)
22. Shanty Boat On The Mississippi (FF)

DISC VI
01. Poor Old Joe (GG)
02. You’re A Lucky Guy (GG)
03. You’re Just A No Account (GG)
04. Bye And Bye (GG)
05. Hep Cats’ Ball (HH)
06. You’ve Got Me Voodoo’d (HH)
07. Harlem Stomp (HH)
08. Wolverine Blues (HH)
09. Lazy ‘Sippi Steamer (HH)
10. W.P.A. (II)
11. Boog-It (II)
12. Cherry (JJ)
13. Marie (JJ)
14. Sweethearts On Parade (KK)
15. You Run Your Mouth, I’ll Run My Business (KK)
16. Cut Off My Legs And Call Me Shorty (KK)
17. Cain And Abel (w/ pre-groove warm-up) (KK)
18. Perdido Street Blues (LL)
19. 2:19 Blues (Mamie’s Blues) (LL)
20. Down In Honky Tonk Town (LL)
21. Coal Cart Blues (LL)
22. Ev’rything’s Been Done Befo
24. In The Gloaming (MM)
25. Long, Long Ago (MM)
26. Down In Honky Tonk Town (alt tk.-B) (LL)

DISC VII

01. Hey Lawdy Mama (NN)
02. I’ll Get Mine Bye And Bye (NN)
03. New Do You Call That A Buddy (NN)
04. Yes Suh! (NN)
05. When It’s Sleepy Time Down South (OO)
06. Leap Frog (OO)
07. I Used To Love You (But It’s All Over Now) (OO)
08. (I’ll Be Glad When You’re Dead) You Rascal You (OO)
09. (Get Some) Cash For Your Trash (PP)
10. Among My Souvenirs (PP)
11. Coquette (PP)
12. I Never Knew (PP)
13. Groovin’ (QQ)
14. Baby Don’t You Cry (QQ)
15. Whatcha Say (QQ)
16. Jodie Man (RR)
17. I Wonder (RR)
18. You Won’t Be Satisfied (Until You Break My Heart) (SS)
19. The Frim Fram Sauce (SS)
20. I Used To Love You (But It’s All Over Now) (alt tk.-B) (OO)
21. Among My Souvenirs (alt tk.-B) (PP)
22. Coquette (alt tk.-B) (PP)
23. Whatcha Say (alt tk.-A?) (QQ)
24. You Won’t Be Satisfied (Until You Break My Heart) (BD) (SS)
25. The Frim Fram Sauce (alt tk.-B?) (SS)