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CDs with: Johnson, James P.

Baby, won't you please come home? / Clarence Williams.
Baby, won't you please come home? (Clarence Williams & his Jazz Kings) -- Gulf Coast blues (Bessie Smith, vocal ; Clarence Williams, piano) -- Wild cat blues -- Kansas City man blues -- 'Tain't nobody's bus'ness if I do -- Everybody loves my baby, but my baby don't love nobody but me -- Mandy, make up your mind -- Cake walking babies from home -- Papa de-da-da : (A New Orleans stomp) (Clarence Williams & his Blue Five) -- Gravier Street blues -- Candy lips, I'm stuck on you (Clarence Williams & his Jazz Kings) -- Cushion foot stomp (Clarence Williams & his Washboard Five) -- Red Hot Flo from Ko-Ko-Mo (Clarence Williams & his Blue Five) -- Church Street sobbin' blues (Clarence Williams & his Washboard Four) -- Wild flower rag (Clarence Williams, piano) -- West End blues -- Organ grinder blues (Ethel Waters, vocal ; Clarence Williams, piano) -- In the bottle blues (Clarence Williams & his Novelty Four) -- Breeze, blow my baby back to me -- Whoop it up (Clarence Williams & his Jazz Kings) -- I've found a new baby (James P. Johnson, Clarence Williams, piano) -- Worn out blues -- He wouldn't stop doin' it -- Shout, sister, shout (Clarence Williams & his Washboard Band) -- Dispossessin' me (Clarence Williams & his Novelty Band).
CD 2591
Harlem stride piano / James P. Johnson.
The Harlem strut -- Keep off the grass -- Carolina shout -- Carolina shout -- Dear old Southland -- Bandana days -- Weeping blues -- Worried and lonesome blues -- You can't do what my last man did -- Bleeding-hearted blues -- Scouting around -- Toddlin' -- Charleston (South Carolina) -- All that I had is gone -- Snowy morning blues -- Skiddle-de-scow -- Can I get it now? -- Chicago blues -- Mournful tho'ts -- Riffs -- Feeling blue -- Put your mind right on it -- Fare thee honey blues -- You don't understand -- You've got to be modernistic.
CD 1878
Harlem stride piano, 1921/1929
The Harlem strut -- Keep off the grass -- Carolina shout -- Carolina shout -- Dear old Southland -- Bandana days -- Weeping blues -- Worried and lonesome blues -- You can't do what my last man did -- Bleeding-hearted blues -- Scouting around -- Toddlin' -- Charleston (South Carolina) -- All that I had is gone -- Snowy morning blues -- Skiddle-de-scow -- Can I get it now? -- Chicago blues -- Mournful tho'ts -- Riffs -- Feeling blue -- Put your mind right on it -- Fare thee honey blues -- You don't understand -- You've got to be modernistic.
CD 1878
Snowy morning blues / James P. Johnson.
What is this thing called love (3:07) -- Crying for the Carolines (3:00) -- You've got to be modernistic (3:12) -- Jingles (3:26) -- I've got a feeling I'm falling (2:54) -- Honeysuckle rose (2:39) -- Keepin' out of mischief now (2:33) -- My fate is in your hands (2:53) -- Blue turning gray over you (2:43) -- Squeeze me (2:48) -- I'm gonna sit right down and write myself a letter (2:47) -- Ain't misbehavin' (I'm savin' my love for you) (2:56) -- Snowy morning blues (2:31) -- Carolina shout (2:32) -- Keep off the grass (2:38) -- Old fashioned love (3:11) -- If I could be with you (one hour tonight) (2:44) -- A porter's love song (2:43) -- Over the bars (2:26) -- Riffs (3:09).
CD 1879
The Greatest ragtime of the century.
Shreveport stomp (4:43) / Jelly Roll Morton -- Sweet man (3:26) / Maceo Pinkard -- Tom cat blues (3:14) / Melrose and Jelly Roll Morton -- A new kind of man with a new kind of love for me (3:18) / Sidney Clare and Leon Flatow -- Nobody but my baby (3:25) / Clarence Williams and Andy Razaf -- Got to cool my doggies now (3:29) / Bob Schafer, Babe Thompson, and Spencer Williams -- Maple leaf rag (3:11) / Scott Joplin -- Weeping willow rag (3:19) / Scott Joplin -- Something doing (3:16) / Scott Joplin -- Steeplechase rag (2:25) / James P. Johnson -- Twilight rag (2:17) / James P. Johnson --Charleston rag (3:04) -- It's right here for you (2:46) / Perry Bradford -- Mr. Freddie blues (2:03) / J. Henry Shayne -- Regal stomp (2:18) / probably by Blythe & Clark (with Charles Clark, assisting pianist).
CD 925
Trumpets in stride / New York Trumpet Ensemble.
The mooche / Duke Ellington (3:10) -- Cornet chop suey / Louis Armstrong (3:55) -- New Orleans / Hoagy Carmichael (4:58) -- Grandpa's spells / Jelly Roll Morton (2:49) -- East St. Louis toodle-oo / Ellington (3:57) -- Blueberry rhyme / James P. Johnson (3:37) -- Black botton stomp / Morton (2:36) -- After you're gone / Creamer, Layton (4:09) -- In the dark / Bix Biederbecke [i.e. Beiderbecke] (4:11) -- Buddy Bolden's blues / Morton (6:34) -- Come Sunday / Ellington (3:23) -- Concerto for Cootie / Ellington (3:02) -- Peckin' / James, Pollack (3:36) -- The pearls / Morton (4:16).
CD 2798