Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers / Richard M. Jones' Jazz Wizards - Victor 21345 (1927)

Jelly Roll Morton p, dir: George Mitchell c / Gerald Reeves tb / Johnny Dodds cl / Stump Evans as / Bud Scott g / Quinn Wilson bb / Baby Dodds d.

Recorded at Oak Street Studio in Chicago on June 4, 1927.

Shirley Clay c / William Franklin tb, v / Artie Starks cl, as / Richard M. Jones p / Ikey Robinson bj, g / Charlie Turner bb / Wallace Bishop d.

Recorded in Chicago on November 7, 1927.

Sepia Serenaders - Bluebird 5770 (1934)

Here's one of three records released by the Cliff Jackson led Sepia Serenaders.

Clarence Grimes cl / Cliff Jackson p / Elmer Snowden bj.

Recorded in New York on December 14, 1934.

Harlem Hot Chocolates - Hit Of The Week 1046 (1930)

This completes the run of Duke's two sides for the Hit Of The Week label.

Sing You Sinners can be heard here.

Duke Ellington p, a, dir / Arthur Whetsel, Freddy Jenkins, Cootie Williams t / Joe Nanton tb / Juan Tizol vtb / Johnny Hodges cl, ss, as / Harry Carney cl, as, bar / Barney Bigard cl, ts / Fred Guy bj / Wellman Braud sb / Sonny Greer d / Irving Mills v.

Recorded in New York in March, 1930.

Texas Alexander With Lonnie Johnson - Okeh 8640 (1928)

Alexander is said to have been cousins with Lightnin' Hopkins and the uncle of Frankie Lee Sims.

This record was found in a Goodwill store in Alabama a while back for less than a dollar...unfortunately, I was not the one who found it.

Alger 'Texas' Alexander v / Lonnie Johnson g.

Recorded November 15, 1928.