[Dixielandjazz] Fw: Song List

Craig I. Johnson civanj at roadrunner.com
Wed Jun 27 09:57:18 PDT 2007

Fred was right in his reponse to you. Such a list would indeed be 
As another example, go to my site: http://www.mainely-jazz.com and see the
list I've generated (but not updated lately) of the tunes just a 
redhotjazz.com which
concentrates on jazz and dance tunes from the 20's 30's and early 40's.
The direct link to that list is: http://www.mainely-jazz.com/rhsongs/
And my list ONLY includes the names at that site of the tunes for which they 
have audio clips. The full list of tunes/records mentioned on that site 
alone would
easily be twice or more as long. - Further, there are a lot of records he 
doesn't mention
on that site of smaller. lesser-known bands who recorded many of these same 
tunes and
others of their own creation.

Another source is Brian Rust's Discography a large pair of books that cover 
a tremendous
number of  recordings of the types of tunes you mention.

Craig Johnson,
The Maine Street Paraders

> Dear Mike,
> Bill Haesler has answered your question with his usual knowledgeable, 
> gracious, and friendly advice. Your best move may be to ask the reference 
> .........
.................................These books should
> give you an idea of the enormity of your interest.
> Best wishes.
> Fred

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