The Savannah Six (OM5) / Original Indiana Five - Harmony 58 (1925)

Not exceedingly rare or collectible but has proven tough for me to find...the only other one I've been able to stumble upon was cracked. Been after this one for three years since finding the other record by The Savannah Six. This completes the Original Memphis Five's run under this name on the Harmony label.

Phil Napoleon t / Miff Mole tb / Jimmy Lytell cl / Frank Signorelli p / ? John Cali bj / Jack Roth d.

Recorded in New York on October 26, 1925.

The Original Indian Five: Tom Morton d, dir / James Christie t / Pete Pellizzi tb / Nick Vitalo cl, as / Harry Ford p / Tony Colucci bj.

Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five - Okeh 8357 (1926)

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

Recorded in Chicago on June 16, 1926.

Luis Russell & His Orchestra / Bennie Moten & His Kansas City Orchestra - Victor 22793 (1930-31)

Luis Russell p, dir / Henry Red Allen t, v / Robert Cheek, Gus Aiken t / Dicky Wells tb / Albert Nicholas cl, as / Henry Jones as / Greely Watson ts / Will Johnson g / Pops Foster sb / Paul Barbarin d, vib.

Recorded in New York on August 28, 1931.

Bennie Moten dir / Ed Lewis, Booker Washington c / Oran Hot Lips Page t / Thamon Hayes tb / Harlan Leonard cl, ss, as / Jack Washington cl, as, bar / Woody Walder cl, ts / Count Basie p / Ira Buster Moten pac / Leroy Berry bj / Vernon Page bb / Eddie Durham tb, g, a / Willie McWashington d / Jimmy Rushing v.

Recorded in Kansas City on October 28, 1930.

Duke Ellington's Orchestra - Victor 38089 (1929)

Duke Ellington p, a, dir / Artur Whetsel, Cootie Williams t / Joe Nanton tb / Juan Tizol vtb / Johnny Hodges cl, as, ss / Harry Carney cl, as, bar / Barney Bigard cl, ts / Teddy Bunn g / Fred Guy bj / Wellman Braud sb / Sonny Greer d.

Recorded in New York on September 16, 1929.

Brown & Terry Jazzola Boys - Okeh 8006 (1921)

Not much information out there at all on this early jazz outfit. They only made nine sides over two sessions with one of those being coupled with a tune from Clarence Williams' first session resulting in issued recordings.

None of the personnel are identified in Rust's discography.

(Both sides suffer from rough starts)

Johnny De Droit & His New Orleans Orchestra - Okeh 40285 (1925)

Not sure how many sides Ellis Stratakos played on but here are two out of three he recorded with Johnny De Droit.

Does anyone out there have the only sides released by Ellis Stratakos & His Jung Hotel Orchestra on Vocalion 15792 (1929)?

Johnny De Droit c / Ellis Stratakos tb / Henry Raymond cl / Rudolph Levy as / Frank Froeba p / George Potter bj / bb / Paul De Droit d.

Recorded in New York on January 12, 1925.

Georgia Strutters - Harmony 231 (1926)

Here's the first of three records issued by Perry Bradford under the name Georgia Strutters.

Perry Bradford v, dir / Jimmy Wade c / William Dover tb / Arnett Nelson cl, as / Antonia Spaulding p / Stanley Wilson bj / ? cymbal.

Recorded in New York on August 6, 1926

Blue Grass Foot Warmers - Harmony 248 (1926)

Just completed the run of two Clarence Williams records made using the name Blue Grass Foot Warmers. 

Ed Allen c / Benny Moten cl, as / Clarence Williams p / Jasper Taylor wb / Clarence Todd v.

Recorded in New York on June 16 (Charleston Hound) and June 21 (Old Folks), 1926.

McKinney's Cotton Pickers - Victor 23020 (1930)

Don Redman cl, as, bar, a, dir / Joe Smith, Rex Stewart c / Langston Curl t / Ed Cuffee tb / Benny Carter cl, as / Edward Inge cl, as / Prince Robinson cl, ts / Todd Rhodes p / Dave Wilborn bj / Billy Taylor bb / Cuba Austin d / Bill Coty v.

Recorded in New York on November 4, 1930.