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Blue Steele Discography of CDs


King of Rhythm King of Rhythm CD (2002)
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Blue Steele CD discography Arkansas-born trombonist Blue Steele led a tangentially popular dance band in Georgia, Florida, and Tennessee during the late 1920s. Despite decades of subsequent professional activity, most of his recognized recorded legacy fits onto one compact disc. In 2002, the Vintage Jazz Band label reissued two dozen of the 32 Victor recordings known to have been made by Blue Steele and His Orchestra in Altanta, GA and Memphis, TN during the years 1927-1930, including Steele's luxuriant theme song, "Coronado (Brings Memories of You)." Because these sessions took place immediately prior to the rise of the rudimentarily amplified string bass, Steele's was a tuba-driven ensemble. The brass bass players held to be responsible for rhythmic propulsion were Marvin Longfellow (who also wrote arrangements) and, in 1930, the mighty Cookie Trantham. Much of the orchestra's working repertoire consisted of romantic love songs. Sonny Clapp's "Girl of My Dreams," a marvel of honey-basted sentimentality, was destined to be revived in 1959 under much different circumstances by Charles Mingus. Clapp also composed "Sugar Babe, I'm Leavin'," a bouncy combination of hot jazz and western swing with a vocal by Steele himself. Clapp, a fine trombonist, would make records during the years 1929-1931 as leader of his own Band O'Sunshine. Being able to hear more than an hour's worth of Blue Steele is a rare treat peppered with occasional bursts of excitement, like the hot treatment of "Washington and Lee Swing" (with rowdy shouts from the band); ...
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Texas & Tennessee Territory Bands: 1928-1931 Texas & Tennessee Territory Bands: 1928-1931 CD (1999)
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Blue Steele CD discography Five of the best southern territory bands of the 1920s are represented on this intriguing CD: Blue Steele, Slim Lamar, Mart Britt, Sunny Clapp, and Phil Baxter. The only sidemen who became known a little bit later on were cornetist Tony Almerico, clarinetist Sidney Arodin, and pianist Terry Shand (with guests Hoagy Carmichael and guitarist Roy Smeck), but the musicianship is pretty decent and the music generally swings well. Serious 1920s jazz collectors will want this CD, which is full of worthy obscurities. ~ Scott Yanow Sunny Clapp,Mart Britt,Slim Lamar,Blue Steele,Phil Baxter
Collegiate 1920S Collegiate 1920S  (2010)
Blue Steele albums Track Listing of songs: Joe College; Harvard Hop; Sweetheart Of Sigma Chi; Fair Co-Ed; Collegiate Blues; We Love The College Girls; Collegiate; Collegiate Sam; Varsity Drag; Freshman Hop; Hail! Hail! The Gang's All Here; Stein Song; I'D Like To Kill The Guy Who Wrote The Stein Song; Doin' The Raccoon; Collegiana; Prep Step; Yale Blues; College Days; Sweetheart Of My Student Days; Sophomore Prom; Campus Capers; Washington And Lee Swing; Alma Mammy; Collegiate Love; Fraternity Blues;
Hot Town Hot Town  (2010)
Blue Steele music CDs Track Listing of songs: Hot Town; Everybody Loves My Baby; Florida Rhythm; Duck's Yas Yas Yas; Scandinavian Stomp; In Dat Mornin; Goose Creek; All Muggled Up; To-Wa-Bac-A-Wa; Dreamland Blues; Quality Shout; Skirts; Corky Stomp; Butter-Finger Blues; Midnight Mama; Daybreak Express;
Silly Creature Songs Silly Creature Songs  (2013)
Blue Steele discography Track Listing of songs: Cat; Chicken Rhythm; Go Wash An Elephant; Booglie Wooglie Piggy; Little Red Fox; Monkeys Are The Cwaziest People; My Dog Loves Your Dog; Tiger Rag; Ferdinand The Bull; Three Little Fishes; King's Horses; Go Long, Mule; That Doggone Dog Of Mine; Shooin' Flies; Never Swat A Fly;

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Blue Steele Songs

Popular or famous Blue Steele music songs: Shooin' Flies, All Muggled Up, Washington and Lee Swing, Sugar Babe I'm Leavin'. More music songs Where Has My Old Gang Gone?. See All Songs

Blue Steele songs Key Personnel

Member NameWorked With
Pat Davis
Kenny SargentCasa Loma Orchestra, Glen Gray, Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra, Hoagy Carmichael, Louis Armstrong, Mildred Bailey, Frankie Carle, Pee Wee Hunt, Jazz In The Charts
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Sonny Clapp
Frank MartinezCasa Loma Orchestra, De Madera, Javier Molina, Such A Surge

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