[Dixielandjazz] Re: Messin' Around"
Creole Dixieland Jazz Band
Creole Dixieland Jazz Band" <email@example.com
Tue, 17 Sep 2002 07:07:12 -0500
Thanks, Bill. That is what I needed. It's the Keppard version he sent me. A
great recording, by the way.
"It's a treat to beat your feet."
The Creole Dixieland Jazz Band
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From: "Bill Haesler" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Subject: [Dixielandjazz] Re: Messin' Around"
> Dear Dave,
> "Messin' Around" (Charles 'Doc' Cooke-Johnny St Cyr 1926)
> *Jimmie Blythe and His Ragamuffins (vcl Trixie Smith) June/July 1926
> Joe Candullo And His Everglades Orchestra July 1926 Banner 1796
> *Cookie's Gingersnaps 22 June 1926 Okeh 8390
> Bob Haring And His Orchestra 8 Dec 1926 Cameo 1065
> *Freddie Keppard's Jazz Cardinals (unissued) Sept 1926
> Jimmy Lytell 10 Jan 1927 Pathe 36584
> King Oliver (unissued) 23 July 1926
> *Fess Williams And His Royal Flush Orchestra 1 Oct 1926 Vocalion 1054
> Our other DJML mates will no doubt provide details of post 1940s versions.
> I always go to the source!
> All of the above shown * are available on CD.
> The following is not the same tune: "Come On Boys Let's Do That Messin'
> Around".Blind Blake Oct 1926 Paramount 12413.
> Nor is: "Messin' Around" by Meade Lux Lewis 8 April 1939 Solo Art 12002
> Now for the Goldkette/Bix connection.
> None at all, that I know of. At least on record.
> Kind regards,
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