Modern Mountaineers - Bluebird 6976 (1937)

Personnel lineup from Praguefrank...

Smoky Wood g, v / Lefty Groves g / Johnny Thames bj / J.C.Way sg / Rip Ramsey sb / J.R. Chatwell fiddle / Hal Hebert cl, ts.

Recorded in San Antonio on March 1, 1937.

The Texas Night Hawks - Okeh 45363 (1929)

♫ If you're gonna play in Texas, you gotta have a fiddle in the band... ♫ 

Hugh Roden on fiddle.

Recorded in Dallas on June 25, 1929.

McKenzie & Condon's Chicagoans - Okeh 40971 (1927)

Excerpted from wikipedia...

[Krupa made his first recordings in 1927, with a band under the leadership of Red McKenzie and guitarist Eddie Condon. Along with other recordings by musicians from the Chicago jazz scene such as Bix Beiderbecke, these recordings are examples of Chicago style jazz. The numbers recorded at that session were "China Boy", "Sugar", "Nobody's Sweetheart", and "Liza". The McKenzie-Condon recordings are notable for being early examples of the use of a bass drum and snare drum/cymbals on recordings, at least for the studio where these recordings were made. Some of Krupa's big influences during this time were Father Ildefonse Rapp, Roy Knapp (both teachers of Gene).]

Jimmy McPartland c / Frank Teschemacher cl / Bud Freeman ts / Joe Sullivan p / Eddie Condon bj / Jim Lannigan bb, sb / Gene Krupa d / Mezz Mezzrow cymbals. 

Recorded in Chicago on December 16, 1927.

Anthony Parenti & His Melody Boys - Victor 19698 (1925)

And with this recent acquisition, the run of Parenti recordings on Victor is now complete.

Tony Parenti cl, as, bar, dir / Albert Brunies, Henry Knecht c / Charles Hartman tb / Tony Papalia ts / Vic Lubowski p / Mike Holloway bj / Mario Finazzo bb / George Triay d.

Recorded in New Orleans on March 24, 1925.

Butterbeans & Susie Acc By Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five / Lovie Austin - Okeh 8355 (1926)

Butterbeans & Susie v / Louis Armstrong c / Kid Ory tb / Johnny Dodds cl / Lil Armstrong p /
Johnny St. Cyr bj.

Recorded in Chicago on June 18, 1926.

Butterbeans & Susie v / Lovie Austin p.

Recorded in Chicago on June 18, 1926.