Retro 30s party: The Oldmasters

The label TOM “The Old Masters” was managed by George Morrrow, specialist in sound restoration. In the early 1970s, it offered reissues in limited editions of recordings of Jazz orchestras from the 1920s and 30s. A selection of 100% Jazz LPs indexed in the CEMJazz DataBase.


CEMJazzIdLabelRec_titlePrimary_artistTitlesArtistsRec_tags
cmj-33t-tom-3-56TOMThe Guitar Of Oscar Aleman - Volume Two.Oscar Aleman.A1: Malaguena. A2: Cherokee. A3: Stardust. A4: Delicado. A5: Crazy Rhythm. A6: Limehouse Blues. B1: Begin The Beguine. B2: Bye Bye Blues. B3: You Made Me Love You. B4: Besame Mucho. B5: Scartunas. B6: Scartunas.Oscar Aleman.USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-1-9TOMThe Goofus Five and Ted Wallace And His Orchestra - 1927.The Goofus Five and Ted Wallace And His Orchestra.A1: Farewell Blues. A2: I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate. A3: The Wang-Wang Blues. A4: Ain't That A Grand And Glorious Feeling?. A5: Clementine. A6: Nothing Does-Does Like It Used To Do-Do-Do. A7: I Left My Sugar Standing In The Rain. B1: Corn Fed. B2: Buffalo Rhythm. B3: Zulu Wail. B4: Mary. B5: Changes. B6: For My Baby. B7: Cobble-Stones.The Goofus Five and Ted Wallace And His Orchestra starringAdrian Rollin', Tommy Dordeu and others: -The Goofus Five (A1-A7) -Ted Wallace and His Orchestra (B1-B7).USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-2-48TOMVictorious Jazz Volume One.Ted Weems And His Orchestra, Jan Garber And His Orchestra, Edwin J. McEnelly's Orchestra, Roger Wolfe Kahn And His Orchestra, Howard Lanin's Ben Franklin Dance Orchestra, Fred Hamm And His Orchestra.A1: Miss Annabelle Lee. A2: My Cutey's Due At Two-To-Two Today. A3: I Found You Out. A4: What Do I Care. A5: Under The Moon. A6: You Don't Like It. A7: Positively Absolutely. B1: Take Your Tomorrow. B2: Spanish Shawl. B3: Just The Same. B4: A Room With A View. B5: Following You Around. B6: Melancholy Lou. B7: Sugar Foot Stomp.-Ted Weems And His Orchestra (A1-A3). -Jan Garber And His Orchestra (A4, A7). -Edwin J. McEnelly's Orchestra (B1, B2). -Roger Wolfe Kahn And His Orchestra (B3-B5). -Howard Lanin's Ben Franklin Dance Orchestra (B6). -Fred Hamm And His Orchestra (B7).USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-2-50TOMRare Jazz Of The Twenties - Volume Two.Ted Lewis And His Band, Casa Loma Orchestra, Harry Pollock's Maurice Club Diamonds, Don Voorhees And His Orchestra, Slatz Randall And His Orchestra, Jesse Stafford, Ted Wallace, Leo Reisman, Charley Straight, Ray Miller, Benny Krueger, Fred Rich.A1: The New St. Louis Blues. A2: My Mama's In Town. A3: China Girl. A4: What Do I Care. A5: Dawning. A6: Bessie Couldn't Help It. A7: I Don't Want Your Kisses. A8: Hittin' The Bottle. B1: Alabama Stomp. B2: Sweet Southern Breeze. B3: That's Why I Love You. B4: That's What I Call Keen. B5: Doodle-Doo-Doo. B6: Pleasure Mad. B7: Singin' In The Rain (5-29). B8: Singin' In The Rain (6-29).-Ted Lewis And His Band (A1, A2). -Casa Loma Orchestra (A3). -Harry Pollock's Maurice Club Diamonds (A4). -Don Voorhees And His Orchestra (A5). -Slatz Randall And His Orchestra (A6). -Jesse Stafford (A7). -Ted Wallace (A8). -Leo Reisman (B1). -Charley Straight (B2-B4). -Ray Miller (B5). -Benny Krueger (B6). -Fred Rich (B7, B8).USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-2-33TOMThe Original Coon-Sanders Original Nighthawk Orchestra - 1927-1932 -Volume Two.The Original Coon-Sanders Original Nighthawk Orchestra.A1: Stay Out Of The South. A2: Is She My Girl Friend?. A3: Too Busy. A4: Blazin'. A5: Down Where The Sun Goes Down. A6: My Suppressed Desire. A7: Smilin' Skies. A8: Who Wouldn't Be Jealous Of You. B1: Bless Your Sister. B2: Kansas City Kitty. B3: And Especially You. B4: Got A Great Big Date. B5: Harlem Madness. B6: Lo And Behold. B7: I Know You're Lying But I Love You. B8: On Revival Day.The Original Coon-Sanders Original Nighthawk Orchestra.USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-3-55TOMSunny Clapp And His Band O' Sunshine and Blue Steele And His Orchestra.Sunny Clapp And His Band O' Sunshine, Blue Steele And His Orchestra.A1: We Can't Use Each Other Anymore #1. A2: A Bundle Of Southern Sunshine. A3: A Bundle Of Southern Sunshine #2. A4: Down On Biscayne Bay. A5: We Can't Use Each Other Anymore #2. A6: When My Baby Smiles At Me. A7: Treat Me Like A Baby. A8: Learn To Croon. B1: Come Baby, Go Baby Love. B2: When I Can't Be With You. B3: Beyond The Sunset. B4: Because You Are My Dream Girl. B5: Where Has My Old Gang Gone?. B6: Coronado Brings Memories Of You. B7: Are You Lonesome?. B8: You Darlin'.-Sunny Clapp And His Band O' Sunshine (A1-B2). -Blue Steele And His Orchestra (B3-B8).USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-2-40TOMSharkey Bonano And His Sharks Of Rhythm – 1936-1937.Sharkey Bonano And His Sharks Of Rhythm, Santo Pecora And His Back Room Boys.A1: Everybody Loves My Baby. A2: Yes, She Do - No, She Don't. A3: I'm Satisfied With My Gal. A4: High Society. A5: Mudhole Blues. A6: Swing In, Swing Out. A7: Blown' Off Steam. A8: Mister Brown Goes To Town. B1: Wash It Clean. B2: When You're Smiling. B3: Swingin' On The Swanee Shore. B4: Old Fashioned Swing. B5: Big Boy Blue. B6: Swing! Like A Rusty Gate. B7: Magnolia Blues. B8: I Never Knew What A Gal Could Do.Featuring Santo Pecora, Irving Fazola, Joe Bushkin, Eddie Condon, George Wettling, george Brunies and Ben Pollack. -Sharkey Bonano And His Sharks Of Rhythm (A1-B6). -Santo Pecora And His Back Room Boys (B7, B8). Note from Discogs: Album includes 4 separate bands, 3 led by Bonano; 2 including Santo Pecora. First 2 tracks are from a single from Sparkey's New Orleans Boys, rec. in New Orleans. Next 4 from Sparkey's Sharks of Rhythm, with Pecora on trombone, rec. in New York. Next 8 are still Sharks of Rhythm, but only Bonano hold-over, all new band, New York. Last 2 are Santo Pecora's Back Room Boys, rec in Hollywood, with 3 other members of Bonano's earlier bands; Meyer Weinberg, cl, from the New Orleans Boys, and Frank Frederico, g, and Thurman Teague, b, from the earliest iteration of the Sharks of Rhythm.USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-3-54TOM'Sweet And Hot' Volume 2 1928-1930.Jan Garber and his Orchestra.A1: Since My Best Gal Turned Me Down. A2: Sister Kate. A3: Back In Your Own Backyard. A4: Tin Ear. A5: She's A Great Great Girl. A6: Louisiana. A7: 'Way Down Yonder In New Orleans. A8: 'Round Evening. B1: Sonny Boy. B2: Outside. B3: Weary River. B4: That's Why I'm Happy. B5: Caressing You. B6: Guess Who. B7: Puttin' On The Ritz. B8: When A Woman Loves A Man.Jan Garber and his Orchestra.USA, ~1970~
cmj-33t-tom-1-21TOMGene Kardos and His Orchestra - 1931-1933.Gene Kardos and His Orchestra, vocals by Dick rebertson.A1: Mean Music. A2: China Boy. A3: Peter and Paul. A4: You've Got To Sell It. A5: Freddy The Freshman. A6: Now's The Time To Fall In Love. A7: I Wouldn't Change You For The World. A8: Fate Introduced Me To You. B1: Alexander's Ragtime Band. B2: Glory. B3: Sailin' On The Robert E. Lee. B4: The Sun's In My Heart. B5: My Extraordinary Gal. B6: When Nobody Else Is Around. B7: San. B8: Forty-Second Street.Gene Kardos and His Orchestra. -A1-B7: Gene Kardos, Sid Peltyn, Milt Shaw, Julie Friedman, Gabe Gelinas, Jöel Shaw, ALbert Julian (?), Sam Weiss, Jerry Baker, Bernie Green. -B8: Gene Kardos, Burry Berigan, Sam Weiss, Jerry Baker, Dick Robertson.USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-1-25TOMThe California Ramblers – 1927-1928 Volume Two.The California Ramblers.A1: Pardon The Glove. A2: Yeas She Do. A3: Lazy Weather. A4: Vo-Do-Do-De-O Blues. A5: Play It Red. A6: Swamp Blues. A7: Nothing Does Does Like It Used To Do Do Do. A8: It Was Only A Sunshower. B1: Make Me Cot Where The Cot-Cot-Cotton Grows. B2: Mine, All Mine. B3: Changes. B4: What Do You Say?. B5: Singapore Sorrows. B6: The Pay-Off. B7: You're Just A Great Big Baby Doll. B8: Bless You, Sister.Adrian Rollini, Bobby Davis, Chelsea Quealey and the Dorsey brothers.USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-2-49TOMVictorious Jazz Volume One.Phil Napoleon, Fess Williams, Bernie Cummings And His Orchestra, Charles Dornberger And His Orchestra, Al Katz And His Kittens, New Orleans Rhythm Kings, Jack Crawford And His Orchestra, Art Landry, Nat Shilkret.A1: Go Joe Go. A2: Clarinet Marmalade. A3: Hot Town. A4: Livin' In The Sunlight. A5: Tiger Rag. A6: Ace In The Hole. A7: She's Cryin For Me. B1: Swanee Shore. B2: Who's That Pretty Baby. B3: Camel Walk. B4: Everybody Stomp. B5: Slippery Elm. B6: When Sweet Susie Goes Steppin' By. B7: Dusky Stevedore.-Phil Napoleon (A1, A2). -Fess Williams (A3). -Bernie Cummings And His Orchestra (A4). -Charles Dornberger And His Orchestra (A5). -Al Katz And His Kittens (A6). -New Orleans Rhythm Kings (A7). -Jack Crawford And His Orchestra (B1, B2). -Art Landry (B3-B5). -Nat Shilkret (B6, B7).USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-1-17TOMBen Selvin And His Orchestra – 1929-1930 Volume Two.Ben Selvin And His Orchestra.A1: The Free And Easy. A2: The Whole Darn Thing's For You. A3: I'm In The Market For You. A4: Dust. A5: Dixieana. A6: My Man From Caroline. A7: I Miss A Little Miss. A8: Cheerful Little Earful. B1: Do Ya Love Me?. B2: 'Taint No Sin. B3: Good For You - Bad For Me. B4: Thank Your Father. B5: Thank Your Father. B6: Let Me Sing And I'm Happy. B7: Looking At You. B8: Let Me Sing And I'm Happy.Jack teagarden, Benny Goodman, The Dorsey Brothers, Adrian Rollini and orthers.USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-1-24TOMHal Kemp And His Orchestra - 1927-1931.Hal Kemp And His Orchestra.A1: Brown Sugar. A2: Go Joe Go. A3: She's A Great, Great Girl. A4: Collegiana. A5: Lovable. A6: Get Out And Get Under The Moon. A7: Oh Baby. A8: High Upon A Hill-Top. B1: Washington And Lee Swing. B2: My Troubles Are Over. B3: My Lucky Star. B4: To Be In Love. B5: Washin' The Blues From My Soul. B6: If I Had A Girl Like You. B7: Mary Jane. B8: Whistles.Starring Bunny Berigan, Jack Purvis, Mickey Bloom And Bob Mayhew, With Vocals By Smith Ballew And Skinnay Ennis.USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-1-3TOMFourteen Great Acoustical Perfomances From 1925-1927.The University Six.A1: Desdemona. A2: I Love My Baby. A3: Dustin' The Donkey. A4: Tiger Rag. A5: San. A6: Ace In The Hole. A7: Oh! If I Only Had You. B1: Wait'll You See My Brand-New Mama. B2: It Takes A Good Woman. B3: My Baby Knows How. B4: Lonely Eyes. B5: Sister Kate. B6: Beale Street Blues. B7: The Cat.-Saxophone: Adrian Rollini. -Trumpet: Sylvester Ahola. -Vibraphone: Adrian Rollini. -and uncredited artists.USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-1-13TOMPhil Napoleon 1929-1931.Phil Napoleon, Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang, Dick McDonough, The Dorsey Brothers.A1: You Can't Cheat A Cheater. A2: Gettin' Hot. A3: Mean To Me. A4: My Kinda Love. A5: Anything. A6: You Made Me Love You. A7: Gotta Feelin' For You. A8: Low-Down Rhythm. B1: St. Louis Gal. B2: My Honey's Lovin' Arms. B3: Jazz Me Blues. B4: Anything. B5: Harlem Madness. B6: Navy Blues. B7: Red-Hot Chicago. B8: Chinnin' And Chattin' With May.Starring Phil Napoleon and Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang, Dick McDonough, The Dorsey Brothers and many others. -Napoleon's Emperors (A1-A5). -Miff Mole's Molers (A6). -The Hot Air Men (A7, A8, B5-B8). -The Original Memphis Five (B1, B4).USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-1-7TOMVenuti-Lang - 1929-1930 - Vol. One.Venuti-Lang groups.A1: That's The Good Old Sunny South. A2: Weary River. A3: I'm In Seventh Heaven. A4: Little Pal. A5: Chant Of The Jungle. A6: The Wonderful Something. B1: Apple Blossom. B2: Raggin' The Scale. B3: Put And Take. B4: Promises. B5: I'm Only Human After All. B6: Out Of Breath. B7: Sweet Sue, Just You.Venuti-Lang groups.USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-2-34TOMSam Lanin And His Orchestra - 1924-1925 - Volume Two.Sam Lanin And His Orchestra.A1: Stomp Off, Let's Go. A2: Jimtown Blues. A3: King Porter Stomp. A4: If You Hadn't Gone Away. A5: Flag That Train. A6: I'm Gonna Hang Around My Sugar. A7: Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue. A8: Spanish Shawl. B1:Nobody's Sweetheart Now. B2: Unfortunate Blues. B3: He's A Neew Kind Of Man. B4: Copenhagen. B5: Those Panama Mammas. B6: Flag That Train. B7: I'm Sitting On Top Of The World. B8: After I say I'm Sorry.Red Nichols, Miff Mole and others.USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-2-42TOMSwingtime in Europe 1934-1938.Orchestras of Eddie South, Willie Lewis and Freddy Johnson & Lex Van Spall.A1: Honeysuckle Rose. A2: On The Sunny Side Of The Street. A3: Black Gypsy. A4: Fiddleditty. A5: I Want To Dance (1). A6: I Want To Dance (2). A7: Haarlem Hot Club Stomp (1). A8: Haarlem Hot Club Stomp (2). B1: You Took Advantage Of Me (1). B2: You Took Advantage Of Me (2). B3: Jungle Fever. B4: The Maid's Night Off. B5: Who's Sorry Now. B6: Swingin' At The Chez-Florence. B7: Coquette. B8: Memphis Blues. B9: In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town.A1-A4: Eddie South & His Quintet. A5-B3: Freddy Johnson & Lex Van Spall And Their Orchestra. B4-B9: Willie Lewis And His Orchestra.USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-1-6TOMThe Charleston Chasers - 1929-1930.Phil Napoleon, Benny Goodman, The Dorsey Brothers and Others, with vocals by Eva Taylor.A1 Ain't Misbehavin' A2 Moanin' Low A3 Red Hair And Freckles A4 Lovable And Sweet A5 What Would't I Do For Tha Man? A6 Turn On the Heat B1 Cinderella Brown B2 Sing, You Sinners B3 Here Comes Emily Brown B4 Wasn't It Nice? B5 Loving You The Way I Do B6 You're Lucky To MePhil Napoleon, Benny Goodman, The Dorsey Brothers and Others, with vocals by Eva Taylor.USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-2-41TOMDanny Polo And His Swing Stars – 1937 - 1939.Danny Polo And His Swing Stars.A1: China Boy. A2: More Than Somewhat. A3: Mozeltov. A4: Montmartre Moan. A5: Doing The Gorgonzola. A6: Blue Murder. A7: Don't Try Your Jive On Me. A8: That's A - Plenty. B1: Jazz Me Blues. B2: If You Were The Only Girl In The World. B3: Stratton Street Strut. B4: You Made Me Love You. B5: Montparnasse Jump. B6: Mr. Polo Takes A Solo. B7: Money For Jam B8: Polo-Naise..Danny Polo And His Swing Stars, featuring Garland Wilson, George Chisholm, Oscar Aleman, Phillipe Brun, Tommy McQuater, Una Mae Carlisle.USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-2-30TOMFred Elizalde And His Orchestra - 1927-1929.Fred Elizalde And His Orchestra.A1: Don't Bring Me Posies. A2: I Ain't Got Nobody. A3: Marvelous. A4: Under The Moon. A5: Shy Anna. A6: My Pet. A7: Just Imagine. A8: Where Ever You Are. B1: Singapore Sorrows. B2: Crazy Rhythm. B3: Tickeling Julie. B4: Melancholy Weeps. B5: Calling Me Home. B6: You Can't Have My Suger For Tea. B7: Siam Blues. B8: Way Down Yonder In New Orleans.Al Bowlly, Adrian Rollini, Bobby Davis and Chelsea Quealey.USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-3-52TOMJoel Shaw – 1931-1932 - Volume One.Joel Shaw and His Orchestra.A1: Business In 'F'. A2: Sweet Violets. A3: If It Ain't Love. A4: Business In 'Q'. A5: My Extraordinary Gal. A6: Oh Monah. A7: Goofus. B1: Dinah. B2: Mouthful O' Jam. B3: Whittle & Blow Your Blues Away. B4: Call Of The Freaks. B5: When You're Getting Along With Your Girl. B6: Get Cannible. B7: Tiger Rag. B8: You Darlin'.Gene Kardos Group with Vocals by Dick Robertson.USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-2-43TOMSwing From Harlem 1937.Cab Calloway, Millls Blues Rhythm Band, Barney Bigard, Don Redman, Edgar Hayes and Johnny Hodges.A1: Mama, I Wanna Make Rhythm. A2: Manhattan Jam. A3: Go South, Young Man. A4: Peckin'. A5: Hi-de-ho Romeo. A6: Moon At Sea. A7: Savage Rhythm. A8: Queen Isabella. B1: Rhythm Jam. B2: Prelude To A Stomp. B3: Get It Southern Style. B4: If You're Ever In My Arms Again. B5: Sweet Sue. B6: Stormy Weather. B7: Manhattan Jam. B8: A Sailboat In The Moonlight.-Cab Calloway (A1-A8). -The Millls Blues Rhythm Band (B1, B2). -Barney Bigard (B3, B4). -Don Redman (B5, B6). -Edgar Hayes (B7). -Johnny Hodges (B8).USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-1-16TOMBen Selvin And His Orchestra– 1931 Volume One.Ben Selvin And His Orchestra.A1: My Sweet Tooth Says 'I Wanna. A2: Nobody Loves No Baby Like My Baby Loves Me!. A3: Do The New York. A4: This Is The Missus. A5: Little Mary Brown. A6: Little Mary Brown. A7: Bend Down, Sister. A8: Now's The Time To Fall In Love. B1: You Said It. B2: Learn To Croon. B3: Smile, Darn Ya, Smile. B4: The One-Man Band. B5: I'm Crazy About My Baby. B6: Crazy People. B7: Is I In Love? I Is. B8: Sing Another Chorus, Please.-Clarinet: Benny Goodman. -Clarinet, Alto Saxophone: Jimmy Dorsey. -Trombone: Tommy Dorsey. -Trumpet: Bunny Berigan. -Violin: Joe Venuti. Note from Discogs: possible line-up from June 18th recording session: Name of the band is Chester Leighton & His Sophomores. -Bunny Berigan, Ruby Weinstein: trumpets. -Tommy Dorsey: trombone. -Benny Goodman: clarinet/alto sax. -Lou Martin: alto sax. -Hymie Wolfson: tenor sax. -Ben Pobersky: violin. -Rube Bloom: piano. -Carl Kress: guitar. -Hank Stern: tuba. -Milt Schlesinger: drums/xylophone. -Milt Coleman: ukulele/vocal. -Ben Selvin: director.USA, ~1970~.
cmj-33t-tom-2-31TOMThe Guitar Of Oscar Aleman - 1938-1944.Oscar Aleman.A1: I Got Rhythm. A2: Swinging On A Star. A3: Russian Lullabye. A4: Doin' The New Lowdown. A5: Sweet Georgia Brown. A6: Nobody's Sweetheart. A7: Jeepers Creepers. A8: Diga Diga Do. B1: Limehouse Blues. B2: Sweet Sue. B3: Dear Old Southland. B4: Whispering. B5: Just A Little Swing. B6: Twelfth Street Rag. B7: Boogie Woogie. B8: Bugle Call Rag.Oscar Aleman.USA, ~1970~.