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Playlist of Big Chief Russell Moore

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  • Big Chief Russell Moores Extraodinary trombone playing Wabash Blues.

    3:54

    Big Chief Russell Moore's Extraodinary trombone playing on Wabash Blues.some very strange sounds on this from a very old radio broadcast sorry about the quality it was done on a really old and basic cassette player in 1973 but worth a listen

  • Henry Red Allen 1952-2-24 Russell Moore + Buster Bailey + Lion Smith - Ride Red Ride

    6:13

    2/24/52 NYC., Central Plaza; WMGM 5:30-6:00 p.m.-HENRY RED ALLEN & HIS GUARANTEED 100% PURE HOUSE WRECKERS: Red Allen (t,v) Big Chief Russell Moore (tb,?v) Buster Bailey (cl) Willie The Lion Smith (p,v) Arthur Trappier (d) Dr.JazzAime Gauvin (narr) (original 29´ transcription;
    1:29 theme: WAY DOWN YONDER 0:45 on Stycon 300
    5:46 STRUTTIN´ WITH SOME BARBECUE
    4:06 ST.JAMES INF'IRMARY --vRA
    6:09 SNAG IT
    1:05 Dr.Jazz speech about the Central Plaza
    3:32 BASIN STREET BLUES -v?RM
    6:12 RIDE! RED! RIDE! -vRA&ch
    It´s a pity that Karl-Emil Knudsen had not issued the complete sessions on transcriptions from Joe Boughton on his Storyville(Dan)STCD-6049/6040
    more details in Red Allen Bio Disco

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  • BIG CHIEF RUSSELL MOORE/ JOE LICARI....ST. JAMES INFIRMARY BLUES

    4:13

    WITH THE GALVANIZED JAZZ BAND, RECORDINGS FROM 1976 AND 1981.IKK LEZOTTE
    PERSANOL INCLUDE:..FRED VIGORITO, CORNET...BILL SINCLAIR, PIANO..ART HOVEY, TUBA...ED STOCKMAL/ BOB BEQUILLARD, DRUMS...BILL LEZOTTE, GUITAR

  • © LOUIS ARMSTRONG - EUROPA .

    4:31

    © LOUIS ARMSTRONG - EUROPA (1964).
    From the Bell Telephone Hour: The American Song, February 2, 1964.

    I think the personell are as follows:
    Armstrong, Louis (Trumpet, Vocal)
    Moore, Russell Big Chief (Trombone)
    Darensbourg, Joe (Clarinet)
    Kyle, Billy (Piano)
    Shaw, Arvell (Bass)
    Barcelona, Danny (Drums)

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  • Snag It

    6:09

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Snag It · Henry Red Allen · Russell Big Chief Moore · Willie The Lion Smith

    The Ultimate Jazz Collection

    ℗ 2011 Master Classics Records

    Released on: 2011-03-01

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  • Whatta Ya Gonna Do

    3:00

    Provided to YouTube by IIP-DDS

    Whatta Ya Gonna Do · Louis Armstrong, Butch Ballard, Ludwig Jordan, John Sparrow, Joe Garland, Amos Gordon, Ed Swanston, Velma Middleton, Adam Martin, Don Hill, Arnell Shaw, Al Cobbs, Morman Powe, Ernest Thompson, Russell Moore, William Scott, Elmer Warner, Ed Mullens and Andrews Ford

    Long Long Journey

    ℗ CoolNote

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    A R T I S T: Adam Martin
    A R T I S T: Al Cobbs
    A R T I S T: Amos Gordon
    A R T I S T: Andrews Ford
    A R T I S T: Arnell Shaw
    A R T I S T: Butch Ballard
    A R T I S T: Don Hill
    A R T I S T: Ed Mullens
    A R T I S T: Ed Swanston
    A R T I S T: Elmer Warner
    A R T I S T: Ernest Thompson
    A R T I S T: Joe Garland
    A R T I S T: John Sparrow
    A R T I S T: Louis Armstrong
    A R T I S T: Ludwig Jordan
    A R T I S T: Morman Powe
    A R T I S T: Russell Moore
    A R T I S T: Velma Middleton
    A R T I S T: William Scott

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  • Our Monday Date

    3:02

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Our Monday Date (Live at Town Hall) · Louis Armstrong & His All Stars

    The Columbia & RCA Victor Live Recordings Vol. 1

    ℗ Originally released 1947. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

    Composer: Earl Hines
    Cornet: Bobby Hackett
    Trombone: Jack Teagarden
    Clarinet: Michael A. Peanuts Hucko
    Piano: Dick Cary
    Bass: Bob Haggart
    Drums: Sid Catlett
    Producer: Unknown

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  • Henry Red Allen 1952-2-24 Russell Moore + Buster Bailey + Lion Smith -intro + Basin Street Blues

    5:02

    2/24/52 NYC., Central Plaza; WMGM 5:30-6:00 p.m.-HENRY RED ALLEN & HIS GUARANTEED 100% PURE HOUSE WRECKERS: Red Allen (t,v) Big Chief Russell Moore (tb,?v) Buster Bailey (cl) Willie The Lion Smith (p,v) Arthur Trappier (d) Dr.JazzAime Gauvin (narr) (original 29´ transcription;
    1:29 theme: WAY DOWN YONDER 0:45 on Stycon 300
    5:46 STRUTTIN´ WITH SOME BARBECUE
    4:06 ST.JAMES INF'IRMARY --vRA
    6:09 SNAG IT
    1:05 Dr.Jazz speech about the Central Plaza
    3:32 BASIN STREET BLUES -v?RM
    6:12 RIDE! RED! RIDE! -vRA&ch
    It´s a pity that Karl-Emil Knudsen had not issued the complete sessions on transcriptions from Joe Boughton on his Storyville(Dan)STCD-6049/6040
    more details in Red Allen Bio Disco

  • Squeeze Me

    5:42

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Squeeze Me · Henry Red Allen · Russell Big Chief Moore · Willie The Lion Smith

    The Ultimate Jazz Collection

    ℗ 2011 Master Classics Records

    Released on: 2011-03-01

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  • Basin Street Blues

    2:03

    Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS

    Basin Street Blues · Frank Don Five

    Music of the Trip Twist (Mono Version)

    ℗ Believe Digital

    Released on: 1962-01-01

    Music Publisher: D.R
    Composer: S. Williams

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  • Linger In My Arms A Little Longer

    3:03

    Provided to YouTube by IIP-DDS

    Linger In My Arms A Little Longer · Louis Armstrong, Butch Ballard, Earl Mason, Ludwig Jordan, John Sparrow, Ernest Thomas, Joe Garland, Amos Gordon, Ed Swanston, Adam Martin, Don Hill, Arnell Shaw, Velma Middleton, Al Cobbs, Morman Powe, Ernest Thompson, Russell Moore, William Scott, Elmer Warner, Ed Mullens and Andrews Ford

    Long Long Journey

    ℗ CoolNote

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    A R T I S T: Adam Martin
    A R T I S T: Al Cobbs
    A R T I S T: Amos Gordon
    A R T I S T: Andrews Ford
    A R T I S T: Arnell Shaw
    A R T I S T: Butch Ballard
    A R T I S T: Don Hill
    A R T I S T: Earl Mason
    A R T I S T: Ed Mullens
    A R T I S T: Ed Swanston
    A R T I S T: Elmer Warner
    A R T I S T: Ernest Thomas
    A R T I S T: Ernest Thompson
    A R T I S T: Joe Garland
    A R T I S T: John Sparrow
    A R T I S T: Louis Armstrong
    A R T I S T: Ludwig Jordan
    A R T I S T: Morman Powe
    A R T I S T: Russell Moore
    A R T I S T: Velma Middleton
    A R T I S T: William Scott

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  • Eh, La Bas

    2:55

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    Eh, La Bas · Henry Red Allen · Russell Big Chief Moore · Willie The Lion Smith

    The Ultimate Jazz Collection

    ℗ 2011 Master Classics Records

    Released on: 2011-03-01

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  • Back OTown Blues

    3:23

    Provided to YouTube by IIP-DDS

    Back O'Town Blues · Louis Armstrong, Ernest Thompson, Russell Moore, William Scott, Elmer Warner, Ed Mullens, Andrews Ford, Butch Ballard, Ludwig Jordan, John Sparrow, Joe Garland, Amos Gordon, Ed Swanston, Adam Martin, Don Hill, Arnell Shaw, Velma Middleton, Al Cobbs and Morman Powe

    Long Long Journey

    ℗ CoolNote

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    A R T I S T: Adam Martin
    A R T I S T: Al Cobbs
    A R T I S T: Amos Gordon
    A R T I S T: Andrews Ford
    A R T I S T: Arnell Shaw
    A R T I S T: Butch Ballard
    A R T I S T: Don Hill
    A R T I S T: Ed Mullens
    A R T I S T: Ed Swanston
    A R T I S T: Elmer Warner
    A R T I S T: Ernest Thompson
    A R T I S T: Joe Garland
    A R T I S T: John Sparrow
    A R T I S T: Louis Armstrong
    A R T I S T: Ludwig Jordan
    A R T I S T: Morman Powe
    A R T I S T: Russell Moore
    A R T I S T: Velma Middleton
    A R T I S T: William Scott

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  • Big Chief

    4:26

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Big Chief · Rebirth Brass Band

    Feel Like Funkin' It Up

    ℗ 1989 Rounder Records. Manufactured and distributed by Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 1989-01-01

    Producer: Ron Levy
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mixer: David Farrell
    Associated Performer, Trombone: Keith Anderson
    Associated Performer, Trumpet, Vocals: Kermit Ruffins
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Derrick Shezbie
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Derek Wiley
    Associated Performer, Tuba: Philip Frazier
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: John Gilbert
    Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion: Keith Frazier
    Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion: Kenneth Austin

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  • Henry Red Allen 1952 Concert Jerry Jerome + Dick Cary + Russell Moore - intro+ Fidgety Feet

    5:53

    3/24/52 NYC., Loew´s King Theatre, VoA No.38-WPIX-news - JERRY JEROME´S ALL STAR JAZZ CONCERT-part-1: Red Allen (t,v) Big Chief Russell Moore (tb) Jerry Jerome (cl,ts) Dick Cary (p) Eddie Safranski (b) Don Lamond (d) Leonard Feather & Willis Connover (narr), 30 min. from the show in a Loew´s Theatre circuit series, later = Hot vs.Cool
    part-1 1:14 introducing the band by LF & WC (narr)
    4:42 FIDGETY FEET
    2:29 ST.JAMES INFIRMARY -vRA
    part-2 4:04 When I Grow Too Old To Dream -ts solo Jerry Jerome
    2:52 Finger Bustin´ -p solo Dick Cary
    4:46 Cool Blues -as solo Charlie Parker; Dick Cary (p) Eddie Safranski (b) Don Lamond (d) (issued on Lps = J.Showcase5003; etc)
    part-3: Billy Butterfield (t) Bill Harris (tb) Buddy DeFranco (cl) Jerry Jerome (ts) Teddy Wilson (p) Ed Safranski (b) Don Lamond (d); 8:42 Sweet Georgia Brown / 1:00 leave out theme to ann.by Leonard Feather
    (part-4: jamsession of alltogether - but not on tape -- look photo without Parker & Cary, (my original tape disappeared, this is only from a four-track-safety-copy); I have not found any useful photo of Jerry Jerome playing clarinet. I am rather sure that this track of Charly Parker´s COOL BLUES of 3/24/52 is rather synchrone with the other you-tube uploaded COOL BLUES said life at Loew´s Valencia 3/25. Of course the concert was repated at other Loew´s Theatres (e.personal changes e.g. Hot Lips Page replaced Billy Butterfield) but I doubt that recorded against as did for WPIX-news. ..

  • Pretty Little Missy

    2:19

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Pretty Little Missy · Louis Armstrong

    Louis

    ℗ 1964 Verve Label Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1966-01-06

    Associated Performer, Trombone: Russell Big Chief Moore
    Associated Performer, Clarinet: Joe Darensbourg
    Associated Performer, Piano: Billy Kyle
    Associated Performer, Banjo, Guitar: Glen Thompson
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Arvell Shaw
    Associated Performer, Drums: Danny Barcelona
    Producer: Hal Mooney
    Composer Lyricist: Kyle E. Boynton
    Composer Lyricist: Louis Armstrong

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  • If I Could Only Win Your Love

    2:32

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    If I Could Only Win Your Love · Frances Mooney · Fontanna Sunset · Matthew Mundy · Russell Moore · Kevin Albertson · Tim Hamilton · Mark Mundy

    Heartache Hanging Round

    ℗ 2015 Frances Mooney & Fontanna Sunset

    Released on: 2015-07-31

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  • Endi

    3:00

    Provided to YouTube by IIP-DDS

    Endi · Louis Armstrong, Elmer Warner, Ed Mullens, Andrews Ford, Edmund McConnery, Louis Grey, Robert Butler, Earl Mason, John Sparrow, Nat Allen, Joe Garland, Amos Gordon, Don Hill, Arnell Shaw, Waddet Williams, James Whitney, Ernest Thompson and Russell Moore

    Long Long Journey

    ℗ CoolNote

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    A R T I S T: Amos Gordon
    A R T I S T: Andrews Ford
    A R T I S T: Arnell Shaw
    A R T I S T: Don Hill
    A R T I S T: Earl Mason
    A R T I S T: Ed Mullens
    A R T I S T: Edmund McConnery
    A R T I S T: Elmer Warner
    A R T I S T: Ernest Thompson
    A R T I S T: James Whitney
    A R T I S T: Joe Garland
    A R T I S T: John Sparrow
    A R T I S T: Louis Armstrong
    A R T I S T: Louis Grey
    A R T I S T: Nat Allen
    A R T I S T: Robert Butler
    A R T I S T: Russell Moore
    A R T I S T: Waddet Williams

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  • Wabash Blues

    2:51

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    Wabash Blues · Ted Lewis Jazz Band

    50 Shades of Jazz, Vol. 29

    ℗ Jazz Tone Recordings

    Released on: 2013-11-22

    Music Publisher: D.R
    Author: Meinken
    Composer: Meinken
    Author: Ringle
    Composer: Ringle

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  • The Blues Are Brewing

    3:03

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    The Blues Are Brewing · Louis Armstrong, Earl Mason, Robert Butler, John Sparrow, Amos Gordon, Nat Allen, Joe Garland, Arnell Shaw, Don Hill, Waddet Williams, Russell Moore, Ed Mullens, James Whitney, Ernest Thompson, Elmer Warner, Louis Grey, Andrews Ford and Edmund McConnery

    Long Long Journey

    ℗ CoolNote

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    A R T I S T: Amos Gordon
    A R T I S T: Andrews Ford
    A R T I S T: Arnell Shaw
    A R T I S T: Don Hill
    A R T I S T: Earl Mason
    A R T I S T: Ed Mullens
    A R T I S T: Edmund McConnery
    A R T I S T: Elmer Warner
    A R T I S T: Ernest Thompson
    A R T I S T: James Whitney
    A R T I S T: Joe Garland
    A R T I S T: John Sparrow
    A R T I S T: Louis Armstrong
    A R T I S T: Louis Grey
    A R T I S T: Nat Allen
    A R T I S T: Robert Butler
    A R T I S T: Russell Moore
    A R T I S T: Waddet Williams

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  • Wabash Blues

    2:51

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    Wabash Blues · Ted Lewis Jazz Band

    Chicago Jazz (Frank Teschemacher Volume 2 1928-30)

    ℗ Makin Friends Records

    Released on: 2009-07-30

    Music Publisher: Copyright Control
    Author: Meinken
    Author: Ringle

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  • Wild Julio

    4:19

    Provided to YouTube by Syntax Creative

    Wild Julio · Jeff Autry feat. Sam Bush,Scott Vestal,Mark Schatz,Russell Moore

    Foothills

    ℗ 2012 Pinecastle Records

    Released on: 1999-04-20

    Main Artist: Jeff Autry
    Featured Artist: Mark Schatz
    Featured Artist: Russell Moore
    Featured Artist: Sam Bush
    Featured Artist: Scott Vestal
    Featured Artist: Wayne Benson

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  • I Wish You Knew

    3:15

    Provided to YouTube by Dualtone Music

    I Wish You Knew · Terry Baucom

    In A Groove

    ℗ 2011 Dualtone Music Group, Inc.

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  • Struttin With Some Barbecue

    5:49

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Struttin' With Some Barbecue · Buster Bailey · Henry Red Allen · Russell Big Chief Moore

    The Ultimate Jazz Collection

    ℗ 2011 Master Classics Records

    Released on: 2011-03-01

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  • The Spencer Trio - Baby Wont You Please Come Home

    2:29

    Recorded in 1938.

    William O'Neill Spencer (born November 25, 1909; died July 24, 1944) was a jazz drummer and singer. He is most known for his work in the John Kirby Sextet.

    He began with work for Al Sears and from 1931 to 1936 he worked with the Mills Blue Rhythm Band. He joined Kirby's group in 1937, but had to leave for a time in 1941 due to tuberculosis. He rejoined in 1942 staying until 1943, but died soon after from the disease.


    William C. Buster Bailey (19 July 1902 -- 12 April 1967) specialized in the clarinet, but was also well versed on saxophone. Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Bailey was one of the most respected session players of his era.

    Buster Bailey was a master of the clarinet and was educated on the instrument by classical teacher Franz Schoepp, the man who taught Benny Goodman. Bailey got his start with W.C. Handy's Orchestra in 1917 when he was just fifteen years old. After two years of touring with Handy, Bailey quit the orchestra while the band was in Chicago. In 1919, Bailey joined Erskine Tate's Vendome Orchestra and remained with Tate until 1923 when he joined up with Joe King Oliver. As a member of King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band, Bailey met and became friends with Louis Armstrong, who was also a member of the band at that time. In 1924, Armstrong left King Oliver's Jazz Band to join Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra in New York. Within a month Armstrong extended an invitation for Buster Bailey to join him as a member of Henderson's band. Bailey accepted and moved to New York City.

    In New York during the late 1920s, Buster Bailey became a highly respected sideman with Perry Bradford and others, and appeared on numerous recordings playing both the clarinet and the soprano saxophone. Most notably Bailey performed on a number of Clarence Williams albums. In 1927 he left Fletcher Henderson and undertook a tour of Europe with Noble Sissle's Orchestra. After his return, Bailey performed with several other jazz greats, including Edgar Hayes and Dave Nelson. He rejoined Sissle's orchestra in 1931 and continued with the group through 1933. In 1934, Bailey was back briefly with Fletcher Henderson, but by the end of the year he had settled down as a member of the John Kirby Band. Bailey remained a member of Kirby's band until 1946, but that didn't stop him from performing with other artists. In 1934 and 1935, Bailey was playing with the Mills Blue Rhythm Band and in 1937 he was a session player for Midge Williams and Her Jazz Jesters. He also recorded music during this time as Buster Bailey and His Rhythm Busters.

    In 1946, Buster Bailey went independent and led his own band, but his group lasted for only the year. In 1947 he joined Wilbur de Paris and performed with him until 1949. During the early 1950s Bailey was with Big Chief Russell Moore, but for most of the decade Bailey played with Henry Red Allen. From 1961 to 1963 he performed with Wild Bill Davison. Bailey was with the Saints And Sinners from 1963 to 1964, and in 1965 he rejoined his old friend Armstrong and became a member of Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars.

    Buster Bailey died in April 1967 of a heart attack. He was living in Brooklyn, New York, at the time.

    Buster Bailey appeared on film three times during his career. The first was in a film entitled That's the Spirit (1933) in which he played himself as a band member. The second was as an uncredited clarinetist in Sepia Cinderella (1947) as part of the John Kirby Sextet. His final film appearance was with Louis Armstrong in When the Boys Meet the Girls (1965), again as a musician. He also appeared in 1961 on the television program The DuPont Show of the Week in an episode entitled America's Music - Chicago and All That Jazz.

  • Special B.C.

    3:18

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    Special B.C. · Buck Clayton · Russell Moore

    Classic Collaborations, Vol. 4

    ℗ Reloaded Music 2014

    Writer, Composer: Clayton

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  • BIG CHIEF LIVE AT THE MUSIC PALACE 2006

    40:49

    Big Chief are widely regarded as an institutuion in London - established over thirty years the band has had soime of the biggest names in UK jazz through the ranks - Art Themen, Dick Heckstall Smith to name but two. Despite a musical climate that discourages bigger bands they are still gigging. This edited concert comes from 2006 at the short-lived Bordello Jazz Club at Crouch End's Music Palace. Bandleader John Fry also has a very good four piece band 'Home Cooking' well worth Googling for

  • Wang, Wang, Blues

    2:13

    Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS

    Wang, Wang, Blues · Frank Don Five

    Music of the Trip Twist (Mono Version)

    ℗ Believe Digital

    Released on: 1962-01-01

    Composer: Busse
    Music Publisher: D.R
    Composer: Johnson
    Composer: Mueller
    Composer: Wood

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  • Sabbys Feet

    3:49

    Rosie O'Grady's European Jazzband playing Sabby's Feet @ Radio Fryslan (30-09-1982)

    Bezetting:
    Gerrit Tinholt - Trompet
    Rob Bosloper - Klarinet
    Klaas Delfsma - Trombone
    Homme de Boer - Banjo
    Syb Erich - Slagwerk
    Theo Reitsma - Contrabas

  • Mahogany Hall Stomp

    3:01

    Provided to YouTube by IIP-DDS

    Mahogany Hall Stomp · Louis Armstrong, Lucky Thompson, Thomas Gridder, Arnell Shaw, Waddet Williams, James Whitney, Russell Moore, William Scott, Elmer Warner, Ed Mullens, Robert Butler, Arthur Dennis, Earl Mason, John Sparrow, Joe Garland, Amos Gordon and Al Moore

    Long Long Journey

    ℗ CoolNote

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    A R T I S T: Al Moore
    A R T I S T: Amos Gordon
    A R T I S T: Arnell Shaw
    A R T I S T: Arthur Dennis
    A R T I S T: Earl Mason
    A R T I S T: Ed Mullens
    A R T I S T: Elmer Warner
    A R T I S T: James Whitney
    A R T I S T: Joe Garland
    A R T I S T: John Sparrow
    A R T I S T: Louis Armstrong
    A R T I S T: Lucky Thompson
    A R T I S T: Robert Butler
    A R T I S T: Russell Moore
    A R T I S T: Thomas Gridder
    A R T I S T: Waddet Williams
    A R T I S T: William Scott

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  • Big Chief by Wendell Brunious and Tom Hook

    3:22

    Performed at the National Jazz Park at the Old U. S. Mint in New Orleans

  • Jambo Jazz Quintet - Big Chief

    2:01

  • No Variety Blues

    2:58

    Provided to YouTube by IIP-DDS

    No Variety Blues · Louis Armstrong, Ernest Thompson, Russell Moore, William Scott, Elmer Warner, Ed Mullens, Andrews Ford, Butch Ballard, Ludwig Jordan, John Sparrow, Joe Garland, Amos Gordon, Ed Swanston, Adam Martin, Don Hill, Arnell Shaw, Velma Middleton, Al Cobbs and Morman Powe

    Long Long Journey

    ℗ CoolNote

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    A R T I S T: Adam Martin
    A R T I S T: Al Cobbs
    A R T I S T: Amos Gordon
    A R T I S T: Andrews Ford
    A R T I S T: Arnell Shaw
    A R T I S T: Butch Ballard
    A R T I S T: Don Hill
    A R T I S T: Ed Mullens
    A R T I S T: Ed Swanston
    A R T I S T: Elmer Warner
    A R T I S T: Ernest Thompson
    A R T I S T: Joe Garland
    A R T I S T: John Sparrow
    A R T I S T: Louis Armstrong
    A R T I S T: Ludwig Jordan
    A R T I S T: Morman Powe
    A R T I S T: Russell Moore
    A R T I S T: Velma Middleton
    A R T I S T: William Scott

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  • NEW ORLEANS, 1971: RICO TOMASSO VISITS the LOUIS ARMSTRONG ARCHIVES

    5:46

    New Orleans and New York, 1971, with glimpses of George Wein, Dizzy Gillespie, and Big Chief Russell Moore. Memories of an entirely wonderful visit: Enrico Tomasso came to the Louis Armstrong Archives on August 9, 2017, with his wife Debbie and daughter Analucia -- all thanks to our ambassador to Louis and Louisness, Ricky Riccardi. Recorded by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (

  • Joseph And His Brudders

    3:06

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    Joseph And His Brudders · Louis Armstrong, Don Hill, Arnell Shaw, Al Cobbs, Morman Powe, Ernest Thompson, Russell Moore, William Scott, Elmer Warner, Ed Mullens, Andrews Ford, Butch Ballard, Ludwig Jordan, John Sparrow, Joe Garland, Amos Gordon, Ed Swanston, Velma Middleton and Adam Martin

    Long Long Journey

    ℗ CoolNote

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    A R T I S T: Adam Martin
    A R T I S T: Al Cobbs
    A R T I S T: Amos Gordon
    A R T I S T: Andrews Ford
    A R T I S T: Arnell Shaw
    A R T I S T: Butch Ballard
    A R T I S T: Don Hill
    A R T I S T: Ed Mullens
    A R T I S T: Ed Swanston
    A R T I S T: Elmer Warner
    A R T I S T: Ernest Thompson
    A R T I S T: Joe Garland
    A R T I S T: John Sparrow
    A R T I S T: Louis Armstrong
    A R T I S T: Ludwig Jordan
    A R T I S T: Morman Powe
    A R T I S T: Russell Moore
    A R T I S T: Velma Middleton
    A R T I S T: William Scott

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  • Louis Armstrong - Jeepers Creepers

    4:42

    Louis Armstrong - vocals & trumpet
    Big Chief Russell Moore - trombone
    Billy Kyle - piano
    Joe Darensbourg - clarinet
    Glen Thompson - banjo e guitar
    Arvell Shaw - bass
    Danny Barcelona - drums

    Recorded April 18, 1964, Las Vegas

  • Five Points - Bill Moore in Concert

    3:59

    Five Points
    Performed by BILL MOORE and the Antidotes
    November 4, 2011
    Written by Bill Moore (BMI)

  • Jazz Club U.S.A.

    30:00

    Jazz Club # 05

    Host: Leonard Feather

    Date: 1951-01-21

    Jimmy McPartland & his Band:
    Royal garden Blues 1:28
    Chicago, March, 1949
    Jimmy McPartland (cnt) Harry Lepp (tb) Jack O'Connel (cl,as) Marian McPartland (p) Ben Carlton (b) Mousie
    Alexander (d)

    Charlie Parker and his Orchestra:
    My melancholy baby 5:06
    New York, June 6, 1950
    Dizzy Gillespie (tp) Charlie Parker (as) Thelonious Monk (p) Curly Russell (b) Buddy Rich (d)

    Johnny Windhurst Jam Band:
    Chop Suey 9:13
    Struttin’ with some barbecue 14:04
    Stuyvesant Casino, New York, c. 1950 (VoA original recording)
    Johnny Windhurst (tp) Ed Hubble (tb) Joe Barofaldi (cl) Dick Cary (p) Arthur Herbert (dr)

    ‘Big Chief’ Moore & Jam Band:
    Stardust 19:30
    Stuyvesant Casino, New York, c. 1950 (VoA original recording)
    ‘Big Chief’ Russell Moore (tb) Ed Hubble (tb) Joe Barofaldi (cl) Dick Cary (p) Arthur Herbert (dr)

    Omer Simeon & Joe Sullivan:
    Ugly child 24:14
    Stuyvesant Casino, New York, c. 1950 (VoA original recording)
    ‘Big Chief’ Russell Moore (tb) Omer Simeon (cl) Joe Sullivan (p) Arthur Herbert (dr)




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  • Nothin Like the Scorn of a Lover

    2:47

    Provided to YouTube by Dualtone Music

    Nothin' Like the Scorn of a Lover · Terry Baucom

    In A Groove

    ℗ 2011 Dualtone Music Group, Inc.

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Sins Dark Valley

    3:38

    Provided to YouTube by Syntax Creative

    Sin's Dark Valley · Jim Hurst feat. Ray Deaton,Russell Moore,

    Second Son

    ℗ 2012 Pinecastle Records

    Released on: 2001-04-23

    Main Artist: Jim Hurst
    Featured Artist: Ray Deaton
    Featured Artist: Russell Moore

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Avalon

    3:26

    Provided to YouTube by Syntax Creative

    Avalon · Jeff Autry feat. Sam Bush,Scott Vestal,Mark Schatz,Russell Moore

    Foothills

    ℗ 2012 Pinecastle Records

    Released on: 1999-04-20

    Main Artist: Jeff Autry
    Featured Artist: Mark Schatz
    Featured Artist: Russell Moore
    Featured Artist: Sam Bush
    Featured Artist: Scott Vestal
    Featured Artist: Wayne Benson

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  • Benny Vasseur – Aint She Sweet

    1:58

    Barry Barnett
    Vasseur hatte ersten Musikunterricht bei seinem Vater René Vasseur, einem Amateur-Flötisten. Mit zehn Jahren spielte er zunächst Piano; auf dem Instrument erhielt er 1944 einen Musikpreis und spielte in einem Sextett, das 1945 in amerikanischen Militärbasen auftrat. In dieser zeit erhielt er den Spitznamen Benny. Unter dem Einfluss der Musik V-Discs von Tommy Dorsey und Jack Teagarden wechselte er zur Posaune. In der Nachkriegszeit spielte er im nahen Cambrai in Orchester des dortigen Hot Club; 1946 verließ er die Stadt und besuchte das Conservatoire Supérieure de Musique de Paris, wo er Unterricht bei Henri Couillaud (1946-48) hatte. Dort traf er auf André Paquinet; 1946/47 spielte er bei Pierre Braslavsky und gastierte häufig im Hot Club de Versailles. Außerdem tourte er in dieser Zeit mit Eddie Bernard, Armand Conrad, Hubert Fol und dem Orchester von Fred Adison´; im Club Club Saint-Germain spielte er mit Jean Claude Fohrenbachund Boris Vian. Er spielte in den Orchestern von Claude Abadie, Pierre Atlan,Claude Bolling und Rex Stewart, mit dem er 1948 in Skandinavien tourte.[1]
    Ende der 19040er-Jahre spielte Vasseur außerdem mit Eddie Barclay (im Club Bœuf sur le Toît), Sidney Bechet, Maurice Emo, James Moody (Club Saint-Germain), Aimé Barelli, Hubert Rostaing, dann ab 19509 auch mit Bill Coleman, Coleman Hawkins, Charlie Parker, Nat Peck und Bernard Zacharias, Don Byas, Roy Eldridge u. a. Von 1951 bis 1953 gehörte er erneut dem Orchester von Aimé Barelli an, mit dem er u. a. Django Reinhardt begleitete; danach spielte er im Orchestre Claude Luter. Daneben spielte er mit Albert Nicholas (1953) und Sidney Bechet (1954), Michel Attenoux (1953), Henri Renaud (1953), Dave Pochonet (1953), Clifford Brown (1953), Gigi Gryce, Buck Clayton, Jack Diéval (1954), Christian Chevallier (1955) und erneut mit Claude Luter (1955). In der zweiten Hälfte der 1950er-Jahre arbeitete er mit Michel Legrand, André Popp, Fred Gérard, Jo Moutet, Guy Lafitte, Martial Solal, Sarane Ferret, Lucky Thompson, Bill Harris, Chet Baker, Buck Clayton, Quincy Jones, Big Chief Russell Moore,Frank Rosolino sowie für verschiedenen Chansonsänger und Filmmusikem. In den folgenden Jahren arbeitete er auch für Fernsehsender, wie mit André Paquinet für Radio Luxembourg und für Annie Cordy. 1963 wurde er Mitglied im Orchestre Symphonique de Paris, arbeitete u. a. mit Stars wie Edith Piaf,Sacha Distel, Maurice Chevalier, Johnny Hallyday, Charles Aznavour,Jacques Brel, Liza Minnelli, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett und Sammy Davis Jr. Ab Mitte der 1970er-Jahre arbeitete er mit Claude Bolling, Stéphane Guérault, Moustache Galepides (1979), Gunther Schuller/Rolf Liebermann,Pierre Sellin, Guy Marchand, Eddy Louiss, in den 2000er-Jahren auch mitAlain Bouchet (Marciac, 2001), Hal Singer (2006), der Louisiana Jazz Band (2008), den Bechet Memory All Stars. Eine Nierenerkrankung zwang ihn, seine Karriere zu beenden. Unter eigenem Namen legte er ein Album vor, das er im März 1956 mit Fred Gérard, Fernand Verstraete, Roger Guérinund André Paquinet einspielte (Tendrement Votre, Columbia). Benny Vasseur war von J. J. Johnson, Lawrence Brown und Dicky Wells beeinflusst. Im Bereich des Jazz war er zwischen 1945 und 2003 an 155 Aufnahmesessions beteiligt.

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  • Buck Clayton - Special B.C.

    3:24

    No copyright claim, against any audio or image content, is assumed in the publishing of this video. Copyright is owned by original artist or artists, or their legally appointed representatives.

    Vogue LDE 102
    Buck Clayton Quintet / Gene Sedric Group
    recorded in Paris, April 2nd 1953

    Buck Clayton - trumpet
    Big Chief Russell Moore - trombone
    Red Richards - piano
    Pierre Michelor - bass
    Kansas Field - drums

  • Wabash Blues HD.wmv

    5:50

    The Dixielanders Jazz Band - Ft Myers, FL performs in and around the Ft. Myers / Naples area. Band formed in 2006 and performs seasonally. This performance was held at the Fleamasters Music All in Ft. Myers. FL in March 2012 Complete information on the band can be found at

    Band Memrbers:
    Francesco Morselli - Drums
    Dick Jenkins - Banjo
    Bill Kiesewetter - Piano
    Dave Thornton - Tuba
    Dave Killkelly - Clarinet
    Henry Hager - Vocals - Cornet
    Phil Blanchette - Vocals - Trumpet
    Howard Bacon - Trombone

  • Sweet Sue

    3:42

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Sweet Sue (Just You) · Buster Bailey · Henry Red Allen · Russell Big Chief Moore

    The Ultimate Jazz Collection

    ℗ 2011 Master Classics Records

    Released on: 2011-03-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • MCA Records - Louis Armstrong - Hello Dolly!

    2:37

    Louis Armstrong (1964) Hello Dolly! Vinyl pressing by MCA Records

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    Song: Hello Dolly!
    Album: Hello Dolly! This is Louis Armstrong and the All Stars

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    Band members:
    Louis Armstrong - Vocals, Trumpet
    Billy Kyle - Piano
    Arvell Shaw - Bass
    Danny Barcelona - Drums
    Joe Darensbourg - Clarinet
    Big Chief Russell Moore - Trombone
    Glen Thompson - Banjo/Guitar

  • Julie

    2:45

    Provided to YouTube by Syntax Creative

    Julie · Jeff Autry feat. Sam Bush,Scott Vestal,Mark Schatz,Russell Moore

    Foothills

    ℗ 2012 Pinecastle Records

    Released on: 1999-04-20

    Main Artist: Jeff Autry
    Featured Artist: Mark Schatz
    Featured Artist: Russell Moore
    Featured Artist: Sam Bush
    Featured Artist: Scott Vestal
    Featured Artist: Wayne Benson

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  • Buck Clayton & Mezz Mezzrow - West End Blues

    4:03

    Rare, live recording from Theatre Des Champs-Elysees, Paris, France, March 6, 1953.
    Personnel: Buck Clayton, trumpet; Big Chief Russell Moore, trombone; Mezz Mezzrow, clarinet; Red Richards, piano; Kansas Fields, drums.


    From the album Swingin' with Mezz (2013).

  • Ride, Red, Ride

    5:33

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Ride, Red, Ride · Buster Bailey · Henry Red Allen · Russell Big Chief Moore

    The Ultimate Jazz Collection

    ℗ 2011 Master Classics Records

    Released on: 2011-03-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Henry Red Allen & His Housewreckers ~ When The Saints Go Marchin In

    9:37

    Dr. Jazz radio broadcast from Stuyvesant Casino, NYC, in 1952(?)

    Henry Red Allen ~ Trumpet,
    Willie The Lion Smith ~ Piano,
    Buster Bailey ~ Clarinet,
    Big Chief Russell Moore ~ Trombone,
    Eddie Phyfe ~ Drums

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