Red McKenzie & His Rhythm Kings - Decca 667 (1936)

Bunny Berigan t / Babe Russin cl, ts / Frank Signorelli p / Harold Leader g / Sid Weiss sb / Ward Lay d. Red McKenzie comb, v.

Recorded in New York on January 20, 1936.

Charlie Parker With Strings - Mercury 11036 (1949)

From Wikipedia...

Charlie Parker with Strings is a compilation album by jazz musician Charlie Parker, released by Verve Records in January 1995. It is based on recording sessions originally issued as two albums released in 1950 on Mercury Records. The sessions place Parker in the context of a small classical string section and a jazz rhythm section, rather than his standard bebop quintet. They were Parker's most popular sellers during his lifetime, and were admitted to the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1988.

Charlie Parker - alto saxophone; Mitch Miller - oboe; Bronislaw Gimpel, Max Hollander, Milton Lomask - violins; Frank Brieff - viola; Frank Miller - cello; Myor Rosen - harp; Stan Freeman - piano; Ray Brown - double bass; Buddy Rich - drums; Jimmy Carroll - arranger and conductor.

(I only found the first disc from the album...)

Golden Gate Orchestra / Barth's Mississippians - Pathé 036167 (1924)

I'm not even going to attempt a personnel listing for the Golden Gate Orchestra side but I do believe Adrian Rollini is on it.

Recorded in New York on November 7, 1924.

The Barth's Mississippians may include some or all of the following:

Dave Klein, Walter Kahn t / Harry Raderman or George Brunies tb / Nathan Glantz as / Sol Klein vn /Dick Reynolds p / Vic Carpenter bj / Harry Barth bb / John Lucas d.

Recorded in New York on November 6, 1924.

New Orleans Black Birds - Victor 38026 (1928)

Four sides were recorded by groups called New Orleans Black Birds. One was a group consisting of Miff Mole and Phil Napoleon among others.

This one is a Jack Pettis outfit.

Bill Moore, Manny Klein t / Tommy Dorsey ?, Paul Weigan tb / Len Kavash and another cl, as / Jack Pettis Cm, ts / Al Goering p / ? Carl Kress g / Merrill Kline bb, sb / Dillon Ober d, x / Eugene Ramey, Erwin McGee, Irving Mills v.

Recorded in New York on November 6, 1928.

Florida Harmony Kings / Cosmopolitan Dance Orchestra - Nadsco 1236 (1924)

Looks like the Florida Harmony Kings may be a Selvin group. Can't find anything for the Cosmopolian Dance Orchestra.

King Oliver & His Orchestra - Victor 38090 (1929)

In his autobiography, Satchmo - My Life in New Orleans, Louis Armstrong writes:

“It was my ambition to play as he did. I still think that if it had not been for Joe Oliver, Jazz would not be what it is today. He was a creator in his own right.”

George Rogers dir / King Oliver, Dave Nelson t / Jimmy Archey tb / Bobby Holmes cl, as / Glyn Paque as? / Charles Frazier ts / Don Frye p / Walter Jones or Arthur Taylor bj / Clinton Walker bb / Edmund Jones d.

Recorded in New York on October 8, 1929.

T-Bone Walker & His Orchestra - Black & White 122 (1947)

T-Bone Walker g, v / John 'Teddy' Buckner t / Hubert 'Bumps' Myers ts / Lloyd Glenn p / Arthur Edwards b / Oscar Lee Bradley d.

Recorded in Los Angeles on September 13, 1947.

(Well played copy as you can hear)

Rodney Sturgis (Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five's Debut Recording) - Decca 7550 (1938)

Here we have Louis Jordan's first recording leading what will, within a year, become his Tympany Five. Apparently Jordan was so new to headlining that his name on the label was printed as Lovie Jordon's Elks Rendezvous Band.

Courtney Williams t / Louis Jordan as / Lem Johnson ts / Clarence Johnson p / Charlie Drayton sb / Walter Martin d / Rodney Sturgis v.

Recorded in New York on December 20, 1938.

On the flip side, Rust asks if the backing band could possibly be the Andy Kirk band (or members from it) who had been in the studios cutting 3 sides on the same day.

Rodney Sturgis v / and possibly (or any combination thereof): Harry Lawson, Clarence Trice, Earl Thomson t / Ted Donnelly, Henry Wells tb / John Harringtoncl, as, bar / John Williams as, bar / Earl Miller as / Dick Wilson ts / Mary Lou Williams p / Ted Robinson g / Booker Collins sb / Ben Thigpen d.

Recorded in New York on September 9, 1938.

Django Reinhardt Et Le Quintette Du Hot Club De France Avec Stéphane Grapelly - Decca 23002 (1935)

Recorded in Paris in July of 1935.

Arthur Briggs, Alphonse Cox, Pierre Allier t / Eugene d'Hellemmes tb / Stéphane Grapelly vn / Django Reinhardt, Roger Chaput, Joseph Reinhardt g / Louis Vola sb.

Stéphane Grapelly vn / Django Reinhardt, Pierre Feret, Joseph Reinhardt g / Louis Vola sb.