Louis 'King' Garcia & His Swing Band - Bluebird 6303 (1936)

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Louis "King" Garcia (August 25, 1905 – September 4, 1983) was a Puerto Rican jazz trumpeter who spent most of his career in the United States.

Garcia played early in his life in the Municipal Band of San Juan, whose director was Juan Tizol's uncle, Manuel Tizol. He moved to the U.S. early in the 1920s, where he played with the Original Dixieland Jazz Band and Emil Coleman. In the 1930s he did work in the studios, including his most important association, which was with Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey. He recorded with the bandleaders both together and separately. He also played with Vic Berton (1935), Richard Himber, Nat Brandwyne, Amanda Randolph, and Louis Prima (1939). In the 1940s he returned to play with Coleman again, and led his own Latin ensemble that decade. By the 1960s he had moved to California and essentially retired due to failing health.

Louis Garcia t / Morey Samuel tb / Joe Marsala cl / Herbie Haymer ts / Adrian Rollini p / Carmen Mastren g / Sid Weiss sb / Dan Darcy v.

Recorded in New York on February 28, 1936.

Duke Ellington & His Kentucky Club Orchestra - Brunswick 3480 (1927)

Duke Ellington p, a, dir / Bubber Miley, Louis Metcalf t / Joe Nanton tb / Otto Hardwick ss, as, bar / ? Prince Robinson (and another?) cl, ts / Fred Guy bj / Henry Edwards bb / Sonny Greer d.

Recorded in New York on February 28 (BB) & March 14 (ESLT-O),1927.

Boots & His Buddies - Bluebird 6333 (1936)

Boots Douglas d, dir / Lonnie Moore, Percy Bush, L.D. Harris t / Johnny Shields tb / Alva Brooks, Jim Wheat as / Baker Millian ts / A.J. Johnson p / Jeff Thomas g / Walter McHenry sb / 

Recorded in San Antonio, TX on February 25, 1936.

Sara Martin Acc. By Sylvester Weaver / Acc. By Lemuel Fowler - Okeh 8226 (1924)

Sara Martin v / Sylvester Weaver bj, g (Poor Me) / Lemuel Fowler p (Some Blues).

Poor Me recorded in Atlanta on March 21, 1924.

Some Blues recorded in New York on September 24, 1924.