||1945-1947 CD (2002) |
Jimmy Coe albums Saxophonist Joseph Buster Bennett was born in Pensacola, FL, in 1914. After gaining some professional experience in Texas he settled into Chicago's thriving music scene during the late '30s, blowing soprano, alto, and tenor saxophone as a session man for the Vocalion, Columbia, OKeh, Decca, and Bluebird labels. His ...
||Jay Mcshann & The Blues Singers 1941-1949 CD (2001)
Jimmy Coe music CDs Recorded between 1941 and 1949. Includes liner notes by Jean Buzelin.
Adapter: Joyce Waterhouse.
Personnel: Jay McShann (piano); Bob Merrill (vocals, trumpet); Jimmy Witherspoon, Julia Lee, Maxine Reed, Numa Lee Davis, Walter Brown, Charles Waterford (vocals); Efferge Ware, Herman Bell, Tiny Webb, Louis Speiginer (guitar); Edmond Gregory, Frank Sleet, Theodore Smalls, Rudolph Dennis, John Jackson , Tommy Douglas, Charlie Parker (alto saxophone); Harry Ferguson, Bob Mabane, Fred Culliver, Pete Peterson , Harold Ashby, Seeward Evans, Bill Goodson, Paul Quinichette, Ben Webster, Buddy Floyd (tenor saxophone); Rae Brodely, Jimmy Coe, Bobby Williams (baritone saxophone); Vernon Smith, Major Evans, Dave Mitchell , Jesse Jones, Jr., Orville Minor, Forest Powell, Todd Oliver, James Ross , Harold Bruce, Rev. Clarence Thornton, Bernard Anderson , Willie Cook (trumpet); Taswell Baird, Rudy Morrison, Lawrence Anderson, Alonzo Pettiford (trombone); Dan Graves, Al Wichard, Sam Lovett, Gus Johnson , Harold "Doc" West, Pete McShann, Robert Brady, Jesse Price, Jesse ...