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DATELOCATIONLEADERTUNEMATRIXCATALOGPER RUSTPER LORDPER ADBOTHER SOURCE1OTHER SOURCE2EARS RE:MURRAY'S PRESENCEINSTRUMENT(S) PROMINENTOTHER EAR NOTES ABOUT MURRAY'S PRESENCEOTHER EAR COMMENTS ABOUT RECORDOnline?
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1/17/1923Richmond, INNORKAngry11539Gennett 5219, Retrieval (CD) RTR79031DM on cl/ts, alongside Ropp on clarinet, Pettis on c-melody and Glen Scoville on as/ts.does not list this bandBrian Rust article in Storyville:definitely at session but the only sax playing is Pettis.per Volly deFaut, DM not on any NORK sides. see John Lucas's article in Record Changer April 1951 via http://www.doctorjazz.co.uk/posth.htmlinaudibleN/A
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1/17/1923Richmond, INNORKAngry11539-AGennett 5219, Retrieval (CD) RTR79031DM on cl/ts, alongside Ropp on clarinet, Pettis on c-melody and Glen Scoville on as/ts.does not list this bandBrian Rust article in Storyville:definitely at session but the only sax playing is Pettis.per Volly deFaut, DM not on any NORK sides. see John Lucas's article in Record Changer April 1951 via http://www.doctorjazz.co.uk/posth.htmlinaudibleN/A
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1/17/1923Richmond, INNORKClarinet marmalade11540DM on cl/ts, alongside Ropp on clarinet, Pettis on c-melody and Glen Scoville on as/ts.does not list this bandBrian Rust article in Storyville:only one sax and it's Murray on tenor, who get a breakper Volly deFaut, DM not on any NORK sides. see John Lucas's article in Record Changer April 1951 via http://www.doctorjazz.co.uk/posth.htmlensembletenorTenor adds body and energy to ensembles, shows Murray fitting into ensemble wellRopp's clarinet is light and sailing above while tenor is a busier second part in middle range. same break on both takes
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1/17/1923Richmond, INNORKClarinet marmalade11540-ADM on cl/ts, alongside Ropp on clarinet, Pettis on c-melody and Glen Scoville on as/ts.does not list this bandBrian Rust article in Storyville:only one sax and it's Murray on tenor, who get a breakper Volly deFaut, DM not on any NORK sides. see John Lucas's article in Record Changer April 1951 via http://www.doctorjazz.co.uk/posth.htmlensembletenorTenor adds body and energy to ensembles, shows Murray fitting into ensemble wellRopp's clarinet is light and sailing above while tenor is a busier second part in middle range. same break on both takes
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1/17/1923Richmond, INNORKMarguerite11536-ADM on cl/ts, alongside Ropp on clarinet, Pettis on c-melody and Glen Scoville on as/ts.does not list this bandBrian Rust article in Storyville: three saxes, with Roppolo on alto and DM definitely in sectionper Volly deFaut, DM not on any NORK sides. see John Lucas's article in Record Changer April 1951 via http://www.doctorjazz.co.uk/posth.htmlinaudibleN/A
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1/17/1923Richmond, INNORKMr. Jelly Lord11541-ADM on cl/ts, alongside Ropp on clarinet, Pettis on c-melody and Glen Scoville on as/ts.does not list this bandBrian Rust article in Storyville: only one sax, and Murray is definite on tenor and maybe low register clarinetper Volly deFaut, DM not on any NORK sides. see John Lucas's article in Record Changer April 1951 via http://www.doctorjazz.co.uk/posth.htmlensemble, possibly solotenor and maybe clarinetTenor prominent, with good counterlines to trumpet. Tenor might be Murray. If Murray was the clarinet soloist, who's the tenor? and why would NORK suddenly not have Ropp play clarinet?
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1/17/1923Richmond, INNORKMr. Jelly Lord11541-CDM on cl/ts, alongside Ropp on clarinet, Pettis on c-melody and Glen Scoville on as/ts.does not list this bandBrian Rust article in Storyville: only one sax, and Murray is definite on tenor and maybe low register clarinetper Volly deFaut, DM not on any NORK sides. see John Lucas's article in Record Changer April 1951 via http://www.doctorjazz.co.uk/posth.htmlensemble, possibly solotenor and maybe clarinetTenor prominent, with good counterlines to trumpet. Tenor might be Murray. If Murray was the clarinet soloist, who's the tenor? and why would NORK suddenly not have Ropp play clarinet?
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1/17/1923Richmond, INNORKSobbin' blues11535-ADM on cl/ts, alongside Ropp on clarinet, Pettis on c-melody and Glen Scoville on as/ts.does not list this bandBrian Rust article in Storyville:definitely at session and there are two saxes on the record, with Pettis playing leadper Volly deFaut, DM not on any NORK sides. see John Lucas's article in Record Changer April 1951 via http://www.doctorjazz.co.uk/posth.htmlinaudibleN/A
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1/18/1923Richmond, INNORKLondon blues11550DM on cl/ts, alongside Ropp on clarinet, Pettis on c-melody and Glen Scoville on as/ts.does not list this bandBrian Rust article in Storyville:definitely at session. a two-sax arrangement.per Volly deFaut, DM not on any NORK sides. see John Lucas's article in Record Changer April 1951 via http://www.doctorjazz.co.uk/posth.htmlunsureTenor prominent, good obbligato, etc. Hard to say if it's Murray though
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1/18/1923Richmond, INNORKMad 11552-A DM on cl/ts, alongside Ropp on clarinet, Pettis on c-melody and Glen Scoville on as/ts.does not list this bandBrian Rust article in Storyville:orchestral arrangement with one sax i.e. Murray.per Volly deFaut, DM not on any NORK sides. see John Lucas's article in Record Changer April 1951 via http://www.doctorjazz.co.uk/posth.htmlunsureMostly arranged, with straight sax melody. hard to tell if it's Murray
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1/18/1923Richmond, INNORKMilenberg joys11551DM on cl/ts, alongside Ropp on clarinet, Pettis on c-melody and Glen Scoville on as/ts.does not list this bandBrian Rust article in Storyville:definitely at sessions and only one sax on this record, which might be Murrayper Volly deFaut, DM not on any NORK sides. see John Lucas's article in Record Changer April 1951 via http://www.doctorjazz.co.uk/posth.htmlunsureSax lead into clarinet solo and behind second half of clarinet solo. Hard to tell if it's Murray
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1/18/1923Richmond, INNORKMilenberg joys11551-CDM on cl/ts, alongside Ropp on clarinet, Pettis on c-melody and Glen Scoville on as/ts.does not list this bandBrian Rust article in Storyville:definitely at sessions and only one sax on this record, which might be Murrayper Volly deFaut, DM not on any NORK sides. see John Lucas's article in Record Changer April 1951 via http://www.doctorjazz.co.uk/posth.htmlunsureHard to tell if it's Murray
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6/1/1923Richmond, INArt Landry's Call Of The North Orch.Barcarolle11498Gen 5170does not list DMDM not listedDM not listedSue Fischer:possibly clar and tenor[haven't heard it yet, not on YouTube or Internet Archive]
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6/1/1923Richmond, INArt Landry's Call Of The North Orch.You Tell Her I Stutter11497-AGen 5171does not list DMDM not listedDM not listedSue Fischer:possibly clar and tenorinaudibleN/Abusy chart, rat-tat-tat brass. collective improv at end has a soprano or clarinet prominent that don't sound like DM.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TR4EZVvZ0Xc
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6/12/1923Richmond, INArt Landry's Call Of The North Orch.I've Been A Fool11508-AGen 5189does not list DMDM not listedDM not listedSue Fischer:possibly clar and tenorinaudibleN/Ahttps://archive.org/details/ArtLandryOrchestra78rpmCollection/03+I've+Been+A+Fool.m4a
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6/12/1923Richmond, INArt Landry's Call Of The North Orch.Melody In F11507Gen 5170does not list DMDM not listedDM not listedSue Fischer:possibly clar and tenor[haven't heard it yet, not on YouTube or Internet Archive]
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6/12/1923Richmond, INArt Landry's Call Of The North Orch.Parade Of The Wooden Soldiersxxx1does not list DMDM not listedDM not listedSue Fischer:possibly clar and tenor[haven't heard it yet, not on YouTube or Internet Archive]
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6/15/1923Richmond, INArt Landry's Call Of The North Orch.Dreamy Melodyxxx2does not list DMlists date as 02/12/23. DM not listedDM not listedSue Fischer:possibly clar and tenorper Art's brother Bill to Rust, DM is on "Rip Saw Blues" from this date.. see https://gennett.wordpress.com/2016/06/15/june-15th-in-gennett-history-1924-art-landry-and-his-call-of-the-north-orchestra-recorded-rip-saw-blues/inaudibleN/Awaltz. high-register bari lead.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiQqdhmlNZ4
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6/15/1923Richmond, INArt Landry's Call Of The North Orch.Rip Saw Blues11510-BGen 5171does not list DMDM not listedDM not listedSue Fischer:possibly clar and tenorper Art's brother Bill to Rust, DM is on this record. see https://gennett.wordpress.com/2016/06/15/june-15th-in-gennett-history-1924-art-landry-and-his-call-of-the-north-orchestra-recorded-rip-saw-blues/inaudibleN/Aalto and clar solos indeterminate
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6/15/1923Richmond, INArt Landry's Call Of The North Orch.Some Of These Days11509-Adoes not list DMDM not listedDM not listedSue Fischer:possibly clar and tenorper Art's brother Bill to Rust, DM is on "Rip Saw Blues" from this date. see https://gennett.wordpress.com/2016/06/15/june-15th-in-gennett-history-1924-art-landry-and-his-call-of-the-north-orchestra-recorded-rip-saw-blues/inaudibleN/Ahot. tricky arrangement!
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6/16/1923Richmond, INArt Landry's Call Of The North Orch.Choo Choo Blues11512-BGen 5184does not list DMlists band name as "Art Landry's Syncopating Six." DM not listedDM not listedSue Fischer:possibly clar and tenorinaudibleN/Ahot.
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7/13/1923Richmond, INArt Landry's Call Of The North Orch.In A Covered Wagon11533Gen 5222does not list DMDM not listedDM not listedSue Fischer:possibly clar and tenor[haven't heard it yet, not on YouTube or Internet Archive]
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7/13/1923Richmond, INArt Landry's Call Of The North Orch.Poppies11532-AGen 5222does not list DMDM not listedDM not listedSue Fischer:possibly clar and tenor[haven't heard it yet, not on YouTube or Internet Archive]
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12/2/1923Richmond, INArt Landry's Call Of The North Orch.Secrets8211-AGen 5053does not list DMdoes not list Murray. lists date as c.02/12/23 with title "Secreta."does not list Murray. lists date as 02/08/23 with "Dreamy Melody" as other tune.Sue Fischer:possibly clar and tenor[haven't heard it yet, not on YouTube or Internet Archive]
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3/27/1924DetroitJean GoldketteEileen29811-2definitely on clarinet and tenordefinitely cl/tsinaudibleN/Ahot violin part over ensembe during last chorus
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3/27/1924DetroitJean GoldketteIn the evening29807-3definitely on clarinet and tenordefinitely cl/tsnegligibleclarinet straight record, per Ate Van Delden’s notes to Timeless CD it is Murray in short clarinet breaks i.e. at 2:25
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3/27/1924DetroitJean GoldketteIt's the blues [No. 14 blues]29810-2definitely on clarinet and tenordefinitely cl/tsdescant over bandclarinet wailing clarinet obbligato behind band in doubletime section, is this Murray’s first “real” appearance? per per Ate Van Delden’s notes to Timeless CD, “Murray plays true jazz solo” in the doubletime following brass section.  well-oiled, transparent sound without touch of reediness, rapid figures, arpeggiations, well-structured with second phrase seeming to correlate to first..."
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3/27/1924DetroitJean GoldketteMy sweetheart29809-2definitely on clarinet and tenordefinitely cl/tsinaudibleN/A
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3/27/1924DetroitJean GoldketteWhere the lazy daisies grow29808-2definitely on clarinet and tenordefinitely cl/tsinaudibleN/A
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3/28/1924DetroitJean GoldketteChanson bohemienne 29813-3definitely on clarinet and tenor. unissueddefinitely cl/tsN/Awaltz
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3/28/1924DetroitJean GoldketteCover me up with sunshine 29814-4definitely on clarinet and tenordefinitely cl/tsinaudibleN/A
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3/28/1924DetroitJean GoldketteFox trot classique29812-3definitely on clarinet and tenordefinitely cl/tsinaudibleN/Astraight alto on 1st chorus doesn't sound like Murray, and ditto brief tenor under it
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11/24/1924DetroitJean GoldketteI didn't know31206-2definitely on clarinet and tenordefinitely cl/tsdescant over bandclarinet half-chorus clarinet obbligato. One listener thinks Murray plays the sax break.Terrific Bix paraphrase, seemed like he liked the tune!
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11/24/1924DetroitJean GoldketteI want to see my Tennessee31207-4definitely on clarinet and tenordefinitely cl/tsmaybe but negligibleclarinetcould be leading brief clarinet trio before tpt solonice trumpet; saxeshttps://archive.org/details/JeanGoldketteOrchestra78rpmCollection/09+I+Want+To+See+My+Tennessee.m4a
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11/24/1924DetroitJean GoldketteRemember 31208-3definitely on clarinet and tenordefinitely cl/tsinaudibleN/Aclip at http://www.loc.gov/jukebox/recordings/detail/id/10150
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11/25/1924DetroitJean GoldketteAdoration 31212-1or4definitely on clarinet and tenordefinitely cl/tsinaudibleN/AwaltzADB lists Bix on this one
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11/25/1924DetroitJean GoldketteHonest and truly 31210-4definitely on clarinet and tenordefinitely cl/tsinaudibleN/Awaltz
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11/25/1924DetroitJean GoldkettePlay me slow31209-3definitely on clarinet and tenordefinitely cl/tsinaudibleN/ATram sounds square
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11/25/1924DetroitJean GoldketteWhat's the use of dreaming ?31211-4definitely on clarinet and tenordefinitely cl/tsinaudibleN/A
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1/26/1925Richmond, INBix BeiderbeckeDavenport blues12141definite clarinetdoesn't list this sessionensembleclarinet clarinet in collective improv. prominent in ensemble.  Lazier approach behind Bix.
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1/26/1925Richmond, INBix BeiderbeckeMagic blues 12142-Bdefinite clarinet. unissueddoesn't list this sessionN/AN/A
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1/26/1925Richmond, INBix BeiderbeckeNobody knows what it's all about 12143-Bdefinite clarinet. unissueddoesn't list this sessionN/AN/A
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1/26/1925Richmond, INBix BeiderbeckeToddlin' blues 12140definite clarinetdoesn't list this sessionensembleclarinet collective improvisation throughout on clarinet, with Murray prominent and third-to-last chorus has good interplay with Bix.
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1/27/1926NYCJean GoldketteAfter I say I'm sorry 34368-1definitely clar, alto, tenor and bari. unissuedcl/as/ts/bs for sureN/AN/Astraight record with vocal by fb.
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1/27/1926NYCJean GoldketteThe rose brought me you34367-4definitely clar, alto, tenor and bari. unissuedcl/as/ts/bs for sureN/AN/A
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1/28/1926NYCJean GoldketteAfter I say I'm sorry 34368-2definitely clar, alto, tenor and bari. cl/as/ts/bs for surestraight leadbaribari playing straight melodystraight record with vocal by fb.
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1/28/1926NYCJean GoldketteDinah34369-1definitely clar, alto, tenor and bari. cl/as/ts/bs for sureduetclarinet Murray and Steve Brown duet! Ascendant obbligato on out-chorus.
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2/3/1926NYCJean GoldketteBehind the clouds 34390-2definitely clar, alto, tenor and bari. cl/as/ts/bs for surenegligibletenormight be Murray with brief straight tenor.
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2/3/1926NYCJean GoldketteDrifting apart 34391-4definitely clar, alto, tenor and bari. cl/as/ts/bs for surenegligibleclarinet2 bar solo + 2 bar break at end of clarinet trio following vocal (great Brown bass even in “straight” two-beat sections)
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2/4/1926NYCJean GoldketteNothing else to do34393-4definitely on clarinet and tenor. unissuedcl/as/ts/bs for sureN/A
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2/4/1926NYCJean GoldketteSorry and blue 34392-2definitely clar, alto, tenor and bari. cl/as/ts/bs for surestraight leadbaria lovely but very straight chorus on bari, then leading section.waltz and vocal
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2/8/1926NYCJean GoldketteThe rose brought me you34367-8definitely on clarinet and tenor. unissuedcl/as/ts/bs for sureN/A
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4/22/1926NYCJean GoldketteJig walk 34797-4definitely clar, alto, tenor and bari. unissued.cl/as/ts/bs for sureN/AN/A
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4/22/1926NYCJean GoldketteRoses 34796-1definitely clar, alto, tenor and bari. cl/as/ts/bs for surestraight leadbarimight be Murray with straight bari chorus
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4/23/1926NYCJean GoldketteGimme a little kiss 34798-1definitely clar, alto, tenor and bari. cl/as/ts/bs for surenegligibletenorIs that wooden tenor Murray? corny but cute tune with cute jazz intro and some Doc Ryker alto soloing.
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4/23/1926NYCJean GoldketteLonesome and sorry 34799-1definitely clar, alto, tenor and bari. cl/as/ts/bs for sureinaudibleN/Abaritone vocalist actually really good
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10/12/1926NYCJean GoldketteHush-a-bye 36815-2definitely clar, alto, tenor and bari. on cl/as/barinaudibleN/A waltz with pillow-like textures
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10/12/1926NYCJean GoldketteI'd rather be the girl in your arms 36814-4  definitely clar, alto, tenor and bari. on cl/as/barinaudibleN/A
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10/12/1926NYCJean GoldketteIdolizing 36813-1definite cl, as, barion cl/as/barinaudibleN/ALang's guitar behind vocal by fb impressive.
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10/12/1926NYCJean GoldketteIdolizing 36813-2definite cl, as, barion cl/as/barinaudibleN/A
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10/15/1926NYCJean GoldketteCover me up with sunshine 36830-2definite cl, as, barion cl/as/barinaudibleN/Aclip at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cu2sJZYuKZ1
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10/15/1926NYCJean GoldketteI'd rather be the girl in your arms 36814-8definite cl, as, barion cl/as/barinaudibleN/Astraight record with nice Venut+Lang solo. vocal by fb.
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10/15/1926NYCJean GoldketteJust one more kiss 36831-2definite cl, as, barion cl/as/barnegligiblebari Murray with four bars of straight melody on bari toward end.Mostly schmaltz and a nasal vocal by al.
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10/15/1926NYCJean GoldketteJust one more kiss 36831-4definite cl, as, barion cl/as/barnegligiblebari Murray with four bars of straight melody on bari toward end.Mostly schmaltz and a nasal vocal by al.
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10/15/1926NYCJean GoldketteSunday 36829-2definite cl, as, barion cl/as/barsoloclarinet Murray on bridge of last chorus piping out like sunshine
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10/15/1926NYCJean GoldketteSunday 36829-3definite cl, as, barion cl/as/barsoloclarinet Murray on bridge of last chorus piping out like sunshine
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11/19/1926NYCOresteHello ! Swanee - hello ! 11323-Adoes not list DM on any of the sides included"...Don Murray [is] included as possible ["reeds"] based on the report by Lou Savarese that [he was] used on some sessions; there is nothing audible on these sides to suggest [his] presence"notes that Lou Savarese said DM and Dorsey were sometimes used. ADB lists DM or Murray addes this sessiondoubtfulclarinet ADB lists Murray for sure.clarinet solo but not as busy as Murray, more declaratory and with more smears  (time really wavers here`)
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11/19/1926NYCOresteThinking of you11322-B"...Don Murray [is] included as possible ["reeds"] based on the report by Lou Savarese that [he was] used on some sessions; there is nothing audible on these sides to suggest [his] presence"notes that Lou Savarese said DM and Dorsey were sometimes used. ADB lists DM or Murray addes this sessioninaudibleN/AADB lists Murray for sure. no Murray audible.     Starts out corny but after vocal hot alto then punchy trumpet over cymbals, followed by attractive sounding soprano sax soli & mooing trombone bridge
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2/3/1927NYCJean GoldketteSunny Disposishxxx3DM not on this sessionarranger but not on sessionhttp://www.network54.com/Forum/27140/message/1431004364:Don Murray arranged it . per Lord, Murray not at this session.N/AN/AMurray's chart: soprano (?) sax in there? Modernists transition.
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3/24/1927NYCOresteCoronado nights 11604Edison 51988does not list DM"...Don Murray [is] included as possible [participant] based on the report by Lou Savarese that [he was] used on some sessions; there is nothing audible on these sides to suggest [his] presence"notes that Lou Savarese said DM and Dorsey were sometimes used. [haven't heard it yet, not on YouTube or Internet Archive]
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3/24/1927NYCOresteI'm looking over a four leaf clover 11603-Adoes not list DM on any of the sides included"...Don Murray [is] included as possible [participant] based on the report by Lou Savarese that [he was] used on some sessions; there is nothing audible on these sides to suggest [his] presence"notes that Lou Savarese said DM and Dorsey were sometimes used. doubtfulaltoalto solo does not sound like Murray
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5/4/1927NYCOresteHigh hat Harry 11684-Cdoes not list DM on any of the sides included"...Don Murray [is] included as possible [participant] based on the report by Lou Savarese that [he was] used on some sessions; there is nothing audible on these sides to suggest [his] presence"notes that Lou Savarese said DM and Dorsey were sometimes used. doubtfulclarinet hard to hear, but he might be doing obbligato on first chorus, and might be him on out-chorus and bridge but bridge is a little sloppy; maybe Murray having off day, passing or not him?Peppy! hot alto, trombone and clarinet trio. vocal by jk.
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5/4/1927NYCOresteRosy cheeks 11685-Adoes not list DM on any of the sides included"...Don Murray [is] included as possible [participant] based on the report by Lou Savarese that [he was] used on some sessions; there is nothing audible on these sides to suggest [his] presence"notes that Lou Savarese said DM and Dorsey were sometimes used. doubtfulclarinet might be Murray in clarinet obbligato and eight bar solo in last chorus but player is squeaky and sloppy.Peppy dance record, some rhytmic Nichols-esque trumpet with steppin’ tuba by Tarto. vocal by jdp
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5/6/1927Camden, NJJean GoldketteSlow river38607-2definitely cl, as, bari replacing Polobari and clarstraight lead and descantbari and clarinet bari lead and clarinet in collective improv. Murray on bari sax lead before Bix solo and collective improv at end, with prominent fill into ensemble on this take
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5/6/1927Camden, NJJean GoldketteSlow river38607-4definitely cl, as, bari replacing Polobari and clarstraight lead and descantbari and clarinet bari lead and clarinet in collective improv. Murray on bari sax lead before Bix solo and collective improv at end
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5/9/1927NYCFrank TrumbauerOstrich walkW-81071-Bdefinitely clarinet and altocl/barensemble and breaksclarinetclarinet in ensemble and break
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5/9/1927NYCFrank TrumbauerRiverboat shuffleW-81072-Bdefinitely clarinet and altocl/barsoloclarinet Murray clarinet solo shows symmetry and correlated phrases which all seem to answer or extend out of one another
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5/13/1927NYCFrank TrumbauerI'm coming, Virginia W-81083-Bdefinitely clarinet and altocl/barnegligibleclarinet Murray somewhat audible in last chorus
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5/13/1927NYCFrank TrumbauerWay down yonder in New Orleans W-81084-Bdefinitely clarinet and altocl/bar, arrangerdescant over band and arrangementclarinetMurray with fetching ensemble asides on clarinet. Don Murray arranged it per http://www.network54.com/Forum/27140/message/1431004364
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5/16/1927Camden, NJJean GoldketteIn my merry Oldsmobile (waltz)38264-1definitely cl, as and baribari and clarinaudibleN/Awaltz
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5/23/1927Camden, NJJean GoldketteIn my merry Oldsmobile 38268-1definitely cl, as and bari.bari and clardescant over bandclarinet red hot ensemble out chorus with Murray.  According to Dr. Haim “Murray begins to do a bit of obbligato behind the band [on take 1]; Bix responds and, in fact, takes over and leaves Murray in the dust although Murray continues in take 2. I believe Murray stops once Bix gets in charge in take 1."
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5/23/1927Camden, NJJean GoldketteIn my merry Oldsmobile 38268-2definitely cl, as and bari.bari and clardescant over bandclarinet red hot ensemble out chorus with Murray.  According to Dr. Haim “Murray begins to do a bit of obbligato behind the band [on take 1]; Bix responds and, in fact, takes over and leaves Murray in the dust although Murray continues in take 2. I believe Murray stops once Bix gets in charge in take 1."
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5/23/1927Camden, NJJean GoldkettePlay it, Red38267-3definitely cl, as and bari. unissued. bari and clarN/AN/A
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6/24/1927NYCOresteShe's got "it ! " 11763-Adoes not list DM on any of the sides included"...Don Murray [is] included as possible [participant] based on the report by Lou Savarese that [he was] used on some sessions; there is nothing audible on these sides to suggest [his] presence"notes that Lou Savarese said DM and Dorsey were sometimes used. doubtfulclarinet hard to hear clarinet obbligato in background but sounds too shrill; Murray was busy but never cluttered
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7/29/1927NYCOresteEyeful of you 11823-Adoes not list DM"...Don Murray [is] included as possible [participant] based on the report by Lou Savarese that [he was] used on some sessions; there is nothing audible on these sides to suggest [his] presence"notes that Lou Savarese said DM and Dorsey were sometimes used. inaudibleN/AGood trumpet and cymbals. Jaw harp solo. Slows down at vocal by af.
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7/29/1927NYCOresteSide by side 11825does not list DM"...Don Murray [is] included as possible [participant] based on the report by Lou Savarese that [he was] used on some sessions; there is nothing audible on these sides to suggest [his] presence"notes that Lou Savarese said DM and Dorsey were sometimes used. inaudibleN/A
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8/24/1927NYCJoe HerlihyBye bye pretty baby 11853-C    Jazz Oracle (CD) BDW8052 (not issued on 78)on cl/bar with Doc Ryker on alto and Tramdefinitely clarinetdoes not list DMJazz Oracle CD lists DM on clarinetnegligibleclarinetvery faint clarinet obbligato on last chorus might be Murray but hard to hear it
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8/24/1927NYCJoe HerlihyGold digger stomp11854-AJazz Oracle (CD) BDW8052 (not issued on 78)definitely clarinetdoes not list DMJazz Oracle CD lists DM on clarinetnegligibleclarinet Murray only heard in brief transition sectionhot chart
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8/24/1927NYCJoe HerlihyGold digger stomp11854-CJazz Oracle (CD) BDW8052 (not issued on 78)definitely clarinetdoes not list DMJazz Oracle CD lists DM on clarinetnegligibleclarinet Murray only heard in brief transition sectionhot chart
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8/24/1927NYCJoe HerlihyGold digger stomp 11854-BJazz Oracle (CD) BDW8052 (not issued on 78)definitely clarinetdoes not list DMJazz Oracle CD lists DM on clarinetnegligibleclarinet Murray only heard in brief transition sectionhot chart
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8/25/1927NYCFrank TrumbauerBlue river W-81274-Bdefinitely clar and baricl/barinaudibleN/A
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8/25/1927NYCFrank TrumbauerBlue river W-81274-AN/Adefinitely clar and bari. rehearsal fragementdoes not list this track[haven't heard it yet, not on YouTube or Internet Archive]
94
8/25/1927NYCFrank TrumbauerThere's a cradle in Caroline W-81275-Ddefinitely clar and baricl/barstraight lead and obbligato behind vocalclarinet is this Murray? plays straight melody with reedy tone. also an obbligato behind vocal
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8/25/1927NYCFrank TrumbauerThree blind miceW-81273-Cdefinitely clar and baricl/barnegligibleclarinet short break by Murray at end
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9/15/1927NYCJean GoldketteBlue river 40211-2definitely cl, as and baribari and clarsolotenorfull chorus paraphrase solo on tenorinteresting chart, especially brass soli answered by mandolin like-guitar. vocal by lj.
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9/15/1927NYCJean GoldketteClementine 40212-2definitely cl, as and baribari and clarobbligato and arrangementclarinet Murray has barely audible but nice obbligato in last eight bars. Don Murray arranged it with Quicksell and Trumbauerper per http://www.network54.com/Forum/27140/message/1431004364
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9/16/1927NYCJoe HerlihyBye bye pretty baby 11853-HJazz Oracle (CD) BDW8052on cl/bar with Doc Ryker on alto and Trampossibly clarinetcl/barlikelyclarinetdescant and solo on bridge of last chorus
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9/16/1927NYCJoe HerlihyRolling around in roses11884-Aon cl/bar with Doc Ryker on alto and Trampossibly clarinetcl/barsolo and obbligatoclarinet @2:47 in the hot sixteen bars with squeaks, very jittery, dirtier tone and then obbligato tagnice alto: Doc Ryker?
100
9/17/1927NYCAl LynnMarvelous11870-FEdison 52099does not list this sessionthis track not listeddefinitely clar and alto this session onlylikelyclarinet and maybe tenor clarinet for 8 bars towards ends @3:29 might be Murray. sax solo @1:50 might be Murray but it's tenor.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ssh5B6GXjU
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