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Playlist of Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

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  • Red Nichols and his Five Pennies 1929

    7:07

    Red Nichols' Five Pennies playing Ida, Whispering, Nobody's Sweetheart, Who Cares and China Boy. The musicians are Red Nichols (cornet), Tommy Thune and John Egan (trumpet), Herb Taylor (trombone), Pee Wee Russell (clarinet), Irving Brodsky (piano), Eddie Condon (banjo and vega lute) and George Beebe (drums). It has become a very well known film which is all over the internet but here is an excellent quality version - for a change.

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  • Whispering - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    3:03

    Red Nichols (c), possibly Leo McConville or Mannie Klein (t), Miff Mole (tb), Dudley Fosdick (mel), Fud Livingston (cl, ts), Joe Venuti (vln), Arthur Schutt (p), Vic Berton (d). New York, May 31, 1928

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  • Red Nichols & His Five Pennies - 1950

    16:16

    Three Blind Mice - American Patrol - Entrance Of The Gladiators - Black Room Blues - Battle Hymn Of The Republic.
    - 1950 - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

  • Red Nichols And His Five Pennies - Troublesome Trumpet

    2:43

    Clip looks like from movie but i didn't find title of movie.

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  • Chinatown, My Chinatown - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    3:09

    Red Nichols (c), Mannie Klein (t), unknown (tb), Dudley Fosdick (mel), Benny Goodman (cl), Fud Livingston (ts), Lennie Hayton (p), Carl Kress (g), Vic Berton (d). New York, February 5, 1929.

  • Five Pennies - Red Nichols & His Orchestra

    3:28

    Red Nichols, c, dir: Leo McConville, t / Miff Mole, tb / Dudley Fosdick, mel / Fud Livingston, cl, ts / Arthur Schutt, p / Carl Kress, g / Chauncey Morehouse d, vib. New York, June 21, 1928.

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  • Red Nichols and His Five Pennies, I AINT GOT NOBODY

    2:43

    I AIN'T GOT NOBODY
    Red Nichols and His Five Pennies
    (Using the pseudonym Arkansas Travelers)
    Words: Roger Graham
    Music Spencer Williams, Dave Peyton
    Recorded Sept. 14, 1927

    Red Nichols and his Five Pennies
    (Using the pseudonym Arkansas Travelers)

    Personnel:
    Red Nichols - cornet
    Miff Mole - trombone
    Fud Livingston - clarinet
    Arthur Schutt - piano
    Vic Berton - Drums

    This record is a reissue on the Rex label of the original Harmony 505-H recording.

    Red Nichols and Miff Mole became a fixture in New York's jazz scene, recording frequently with a regular band that included Jimmy Dorsey, Artie Schutt and Vic Berton. On Brunswick, the band was christened Red Nichols and his Five Pennies, a name that stuck with Nichols throughout his recording career regardless of the actual number of musicians in the band. On Columbia the band was given a standard house band pseudonym The Charleston Chasers. On Columbia's budget Harmony label the band was The Arkansas Travellers. On the Perfect label they were The Red Heads. On the OKeH label they were Miff Mole and his Little Molers. When they recorded for Edison or Victor they were Red and Miff's Stompers.

  • Three Blind Mice - Red Nichols and his Five Pennies 1950

    3:15

    Three Blind Mice - Red Nichols and his Five Pennies 1950
    In this clip you'll see this band, who were around in the days that Bix recorded this song in 1927, perform it as well .They follow a simpliefied arrangement of the original recording.
    Before I started playing myself I heard Red Nichols and his Five Pennies quite a lot on the radio and I am glad I could present you with this video.
    In the band are of course Red Nichols on cornet, Jack Kingston tombone, Rosie Mc Hargue clarinet, Joe Rushton bass sax, Robbie Hammack piano and Rollie Culver drums.

  • The New Yorkers - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    3:09

    Red Nichols, c / Tommy Thunen, John Egan, t / Jack Teagarden, Glenn Miller, Herb Taylor, tb / Pee Wee Russell, cl / Jimmy Dorsey, cl, as / Fud Livingston, ts, a / Henry Whiteman, Maurice Goffin, vn / Irving Brodsky, p / Tommy Felline, bj / Jack Hansen, bb / George Beebe, d / Scrappy Lambert Red McKenzie, v. New York, August 20, 1929.

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  • Indiana - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    2:38

    Red Nichols, Leo McConville, Manny Klein, t / Glenn Miller, tb, a / Jack Teagarden, Bill Trone, or Herb Taylor, tb / Benny Goodman, cl, as, bar / as / Babe Russin, ts / Arthur Schutt, p / Carl Kress, g / Art Miller, sb / Gene Krupa, d. New York, April 18, 1929.

  • Red Nichols & His Orchestra - Five Pennies

    4:06

    Ernest Loring Red Nichols was born in Ogden, Utah, the son of a music teacher. By the age of 12 he was playing cornet with his father's brass band. He decided to take up the new style of music called jazz after hearing the phonograph records of the Original Dixieland Jass Band.
    In 1923 he moved east to perform with a band in Atlantic City, and made New York City his base throughout the 1920s and 1930s. He worked for various bandleaders including Paul Whiteman and Harry Reser, as well as leading his own band, Red Nichols and his Five Pennies. In 1927, his group had a huge hit with the recording of Ida, Sweet as Apple Cider.
    During his Brunswick career (1926-1932) a virtual who's who of great jazz musicians were members of Nichols' studio recording sessions. Other labels he recorded for included Edison (1926), Victor (1927-1928 & 1930 & 1931), Bluebird (1934 & 1939), back to Brunswick for a session in 1934, Variety 1937, and finally OKeh in 1940. In 1942 Nichols moved to California, where he headlined with his own band, as Red Nichols And His Five Pennies, in Los Angeles and San Francisco into the 1950s.
    The 1959 Hollywood film The Five Pennies, starring Danny Kaye, was very loosely based on Nichols' career. Nichols played his own trumpet parts for the film, but did not appear on screen. The Paramount Motion Picture received four Academy Award nominations. The Five Pennies movie theme song was composed by Sylvia Fine, the wife of Danny Kaye. Nichols also made a cameo appearance in the biopic The Gene Krupa Story the same year. Nichols and his band toured the United States and overseas until Nichols suffered a sudden fatal heart attack in Las Vegas, Nevada in 1965. In 1986, Red Nichols was inducted into the Big Band and Jazz Hall of Fame.

  • Red Nichols and his Five Pennies - Jazz Time

    21:54

    Red Nichols and his Five Pennies
    Jazz Time
    Capitol
    10-inch LP record
    1950

    01 Glory, Hallelujah (traditional)
    02 When You Wish Upon a Star (Leigh Harline - Ned Washington)
    03 Little By Little (Walter O'Keefe - Bobby Dolan)
    04 You're My Everything (Warren - Dixon - Young)
    05 Love Is the Sweetest Thing (Ray Noble)
    06 If I Had You (Shapiro - Cambell - Connelly)
    07 River-Boat Shuffle (Voynow - Carmichael - Mills)


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  • Red Nichols & His Five Pennies - After You’ve Gone

    4:03

    Red Nichols, c / Charlie Teagarden or Manny Klien, t / Glenn Miller, tb / Benny Goodman, cl / Adrian Rollini, bsx / Babe Russin, ts / Sid Stoneburn, as / Joe Sullivan, p / Teg Brown, bjo/ Gene Krupa d. New York, August 2, 1930.

    From Brunswick's 1930 Heat radio transcription series.

  • Red Nichols & His 5 Pennies - Cant We Be Friends? 1929

    2:58

    Red Nichols & His Five Pennies, v. Scrappy Lambert - Can't We Be Friends? (Paul James, Kay Swift) From: THE LITTLE SHOW OF 1929, Brunswick 1929
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    From redhotjazz:

    RED NICHOLS and his Five Pennies were one of the most popular bands of the New York Jazz scene of the 1920s. They recorded under a variety of different names, including the Arkansas Travelers, The Red Heads, The Louisiana Rhythm Kings, The Charleston Chasers, The Six Hottentots, The Hottentots and Miff Mole and his Little Molers. The band's style was often called Chamber Jazz by critics and for what it lacked in hot intensity it made up for with a cool somewhat detached, yet urban and sophisticated sound. In 1959 Hollywood made a highly fictionalized movie about the band called The Five Pennies, starring Danny Kaye as Red Nichols.

  • Panama - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    3:01

    Six men, per Brunswick recording sheets; Red Nichols, c / Jimmy Dorsey, clt, as, present. New York, May 29, 1928.

  • Red Nichols On Lawrence Welk, 1956

    7:44

    Red Nichols and his Five Pennies, featured on Lawrence Welk's New Year's Eve show, on Saturday, Dec 29, 1956.

    Tune trifecta: Louisiana, Fidgety Feet, Maple Leaf Rag.

    Band members: Al Stevenson(p), Joe Rushton(bsx), Bill Wood(c), Rollie Culver(d), King Jackson(tbn), Red Nichols(cor).

    Red was enjoying renewed popularity during the 1950s with this six piece band. They traveled extensively, played many venues, and if you didn't catch them at a nightclub near you, this was a rare look at them at work on nationwide television.

    You wouldn't think it based on his general music format, but Welk loved Dixieland and had many guys like these on his show over the years — Al Hirt, Pete Fountain, just to name a couple.

    I thank the huge generosity of Steve Cooper for providing this clip. Check out his other offerings and tributes to jazz greats on YouTube also. Check out his Louisiana rendition of the above Nichols take at — .

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  • Limehouse Blues - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    4:33

    Red Nichols, c / Leo McConville, Mannie Klein, t / Miff Mole, tb / Dudley Fosdick, mel / Arnold Brilhart, as, oboe / Fud Livingston, cl, ts / Joe Venuti, Murray Kellner, vn / Arthur Schutt, p / Eddie Lang, g / Art Miller, sb / Vic Berton, d / Scrappy Lambert, v. New York, May 31, 1928.

  • Red Nichols And His Five Pennies The Peanut Vendor - Brunswick 6035.

    2:50

    Red Nichols And His Five Pennies: Red Nichols, Charlie Teagarden, Ruby Weinstein (tp) Jack Teagarden (tb) Benny Goodman (cl) Sid Stoneburn (as) Larry Binyon (ts) Jack Russin (p) Art Miller (b) Gene Krupa (d) + 3 unknown Cuban drummers, Paul Small (vcl).


    Red Nichols (Ernest Loring Nichols), 8 May 1905, Ogden, Utah, USA, d. 28 June 1965, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Taught by his father, cornettist Nichols quickly became a highly accomplished performer. Strongly influenced by early white jazz bands, and in particular by Bix Beiderbecke, he moved to New York in the early 20s and was soon one of the busiest musicians in town. He recorded hundreds of tracks, using a bewildering array of names for his bands, but favouring the Five Pennies, a group that was usually eight pieces or more in size.

  • Sometimes Im Happy - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    3:25

    Red Nichols, c / Ruby Weinstein, t / Tommy Dorsey, tb / Adrian Rollini, bsx / Jimmy Dorsey, cl, as / Sid Stoneburn, as / Babe Russin, ts / Jack Russin, p / Treg Brown bj / Gene Krupa, d. New York, January 24, 1930.

  • Rose Of The Washington Square - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    2:53

    Red Nichols (c), Tommy Thunen-Mannie Klein (t), Glenn Miller (tb, arr), Jack Teagarden (tb), Herb Taylor or Charles Butterfield (tb) or Bill Trone (mel), Pee Wee Russell (cl, ts), Bud Freeman (ts), Joe Sullivan (p), Eddie Condon (bjo), Art Miller (sb), Dave Tough (d). New York, June 12, 1929

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  • Dinah - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    3:15

    Red Nichols, c / Leo McConville, Manny Klein, t / Glenn Miller, tb, a / Jack Teagarden, Bill Trone, or Herb Taylor, tb / Benny Goodman, cl, as, bar / as / Babe Russin, ts / Arthur Schutt, p / Carl Kress, g / Art Miller, sb / Gene Krupa, d. New York, April 18, 1929.

  • MEAN DOG BLUES - Red Nichols And His Five Pennies

    3:21

    Mean Dog Blues

    Red Nichols, trumpet, a
    Miff Mole, tb
    Jimmy Dorsey, cl, as
    Arthur Schutt, p
    Eddie Lang, g
    Adrian Rollini, bsx
    Vic Berton, d

    New York, June 25, 1927.
    E-23755
    01805

  • Roses Of Picardy - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    2:33

    Red Nichols, c, a / Mannie Klein, t / Miff Mole, tb / Dudley Fosdick, mel / Adrian Rollini, bsx / Fud Livingston, cl / Jimmy Dorsey, as / Arthur Schutt, p / Carl Kress, g / Vic Berton, d. New York, February 16, 1929.

  • Margie - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    3:00

    Red Nichols (c), Leo McConville-Mannie Klein (t), Miff Mole (tb), Dudley Fosdick (mel), Fud Livingston (cl), Arthur Schutt (p), Carl Kress (g), Art Miller (sb), Chauncey Morehouse (d). New York, June 1, 1928.

  • Eccentric

    3:03

    Red Nichols, c, plus Leo McConville, Mannie Klein, t / Miff Mole, tb / Pee Wee Russell, cl / Fud Livingston, ts, a / Adrian Rollini, bsx, gfs / Lennie Hayton, p / Dick McDonough, g / Vic Berton, d. New York, August 15, 1927.

  • Washboard Blues - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    3:10

    Red Nichols, c / Jimmy Dorsey, cl, as / Arthur Schutt, p / Eddie Lang, g / Vic Berton, d. New York, December 8, 1926.

  • Riverboat Shuffle - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    3:00

    Red Nichols, c plus Leo McConville, Manny Klein, t / Miff Mole, tb / Pee Wee Russell, cl / Fud Livingston, ts, a / Adrian Rollini, bsx, gfs / Lennie Hayton, p, cel / Dick McDonough, g / Vic Berton, d. New York, August 15, 1927.

  • Allahs Holiday - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    3:10

    Red Nichols, c, a / Mannie Klein, t / Miff Mole, tb / Dudley Fosdick, mel / Adrian Rollini, bsx / Fud Livingston, cl / Jimmy Dorsey, as / Arthur Schutt, p / Carl Kress, g / Vic Berton, d. New York, February 16, 1929.

  • Alice Blue Gown - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    2:48

    Red Nichols, c / Mannie Klein, t / Miff Mole, tb / Dudley Fosdick, mel / Fud Livingston, cl / Jimmy Dorsey, as / Adrian Rollini, bsx / Arthur Schutt, p / Carl Kress, g / Vic Berton, d. New York, February 16, 1929.

  • Red Nichols and His Five Pennies: NOBODY KNOWS

    2:39

    Red Nichols and His Five Pennies: Nobody Knows
    German Brunswick A 8744 (Mx. No.: E30539G)
    New York, September 9, 1929

  • Dinah: Red Nichols and his Five Pennies

    3:25

    Another big hit for Nichols in 1929. This version features the likes of Benni Goodman, Jack Teagarden (taking the lead for the first chorus), Bud Freeman and Eddie Lang.

  • Red Nichols and His Five Pennies: Goin To Town 1932

    3:05

    via YouTube Capture

  • Red Nichols & His Five Pennies - Avalon

    3:10

    Label: Brunswick (01569, British - originally on U.S. Brunswick label #3854)
    Recorded: Feb. 27, 1928

  • Red Nichols - Margie

    3:34

    Ernest Loring Red Nichols was born in Ogden, Utah, the son of a music teacher. By the age of 12 he was playing cornet with his father's brass band. He decided to take up the new style of music called jazz after hearing the phonograph records of the Original Dixieland Jass Band.
    In 1923 he moved east to perform with a band in Atlantic City, and made New York City his base throughout the 1920s and 1930s. He worked for various bandleaders including Paul Whiteman and Harry Reser, as well as leading his own band, Red Nichols and his Five Pennies. In 1927, his group had a huge hit with the recording of Ida, Sweet as Apple Cider.
    During his Brunswick career (1926-1932) a virtual who's who of great jazz musicians were members of Nichols' studio recording sessions. Other labels he recorded for included Edison (1926), Victor (1927-1928 & 1930 & 1931), Bluebird (1934 & 1939), back to Brunswick for a session in 1934, Variety 1937, and finally OKeh in 1940. In 1942 Nichols moved to California, where he headlined with his own band, as Red Nichols And His Five Pennies, in Los Angeles and San Francisco into the 1950s.
    The 1959 Hollywood film The Five Pennies, starring Danny Kaye, was very loosely based on Nichols' career. Nichols played his own trumpet parts for the film, but did not appear on screen. The Paramount Motion Picture received four Academy Award nominations. The Five Pennies movie theme song was composed by Sylvia Fine, the wife of Danny Kaye. Nichols also made a cameo appearance in the biopic The Gene Krupa Story the same year. Nichols and his band toured the United States and overseas until Nichols suffered a sudden fatal heart attack in Las Vegas, Nevada in 1965.
    In 1986, Red Nichols was inducted into the Big Band and Jazz Hall of Fame.

  • Imagination - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    2:58

    Red Nichols (c), Leo McConville-Mannie Klein (t), Miff Mole (tb), Dudley Fosdick (mel), Fud Livingston (cl), Arthur Schutt (p), Carl Kress (g), Art Miller (sb), Chauncey Morehouse (d). New York, June 1, 1928.

  • Red Nichols and His Five Pennies - The Sheik of Araby

    3:14

    Red Nichols and His Five Pennies - The Sheik of Araby.
    Vocal Chorus by Jack Teagarden.
    Label: Brunswick collectors series (rpm78).
    Originally Brunswick 4885.
    Nr.: 80005A (E 33333).
    Recorded: July 1930.
    Red Nichols,Ruby Weinstein,Charley Teagarden; trumpet.
    Glenn Miller,Jack Teagarden;trombones.
    Bennie Goodman,Sid Stoneburn,Babe Russin;reeds.
    Joe Sullivan;piano.
    Teg Brown;guitar.
    Artie Miller;bass.
    Gene Krupa;drums

  • Alabama Stomp - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    2:56

    Red Nichols, c / Miff Mole, tb / Jimmy Dorsey, cl, as / Arthur Schutt, p / Eddie Lang, g / Vic Berton, d. New York, January 12, 1927.

  • Red Nichols and His Five Pennies - SHIM-ME-SHA-WABBLE

    2:57

    Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble
    Red Nichols and His Five Pennies
    July 3, 1930, New York
    Brunswick 80005B
    Music by Spencer Williams

    Personnel:
    Red Nichols, Ruby Weinstein, Charlie Teagarden - trumpets
    Jack Teagarden, Glenn Miller - trombones
    Benny Goodman - clarinet
    Sid Stoneburn - alto sax
    Babe Russin - tenor sax
    Joe Sullivan - piano
    Teg Brown - guitar
    Artie Miller - string bass
    Gene Krupa - drums

    I am sometimes amazed at how young these musicians were in 1930. While Red Nichols was 25 years old in 1930, he was also giving many youthful jazz musicians an opportunity to start their professional careers. Benny Goodman and Gene Krupa were only 21 years old, while
    Babe Russin was 19 and Charlie Teagarden was a mere 17 years old. Glenn Miller was the eldest at 26 years old.

    This recording was the second master of Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble released on Brunswick's Collector Series (80005B). The first master was released as Brunswick 4985. The main differences are in the solos by Goodman, Nichols and Jack Teagarden.

  • I Want To Be Happy - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    2:56

    Red Nichols, c / Tommy Thunen, Manny Klein, t / Jack Teagarden, tb / Glenn Miller, tb / Jimmy Dorsey, cl, as / Babe Russin, ts / Adrian Rollini, bsx / Jack Russin, p / Weston Vaughan, g / Jack Hansen, bb / Gene Krupa, d. New York, February 14, 1930.

  • Red Nichols and His Five Pennies - Back Home Again In Indiana 1929

    2:44

    (Back Home Again in) Indiana is a song composed by Ballard MacDonald and James F. Hanley, first published in January of 1917. While it is not the official state song of the U.S. state of Indiana (On the Banks of the Wabash), it is perhaps the best-known song that pays tribute to the Hoosier State.
    The tune was introduced as a Tin Pan Alley pop-song of the time. It contains a musical quotation from the already well known On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away, as well as repetition of some key words and phrases from the lyrics of the latter: moonlight, candlelight, fields, new-mown hay, sycamores, and of course the Wabash River.
    In 1934, Joe Young, Jean Schwartz, and Joe Ager wrote In a Little Red Barn (on a Farm down in Indiana), which not only incorporated all the same key words and phrases above, but whose chorus had the same harmonic structure as Indiana.
    n 1917 it was one of the current pop tunes selected by Columbia Records to be recorded by the Original Dixieland Jazz Band, who released it as a Columbia 78, A2297, backed with Darktown Strutters' Ball. This lively instrumental version by the ODJB was one of the earliest jazz records issued and sold well. The tune became a jazz standard. For years, Louis Armstrong and his All Stars would open each public performance with the number.
    Albert Nicholas, clarinetist, with The Big Chief Jazz Band]] recorded it on Oslo August 29, 1955.
    Its chord changes undergird the Miles Davis bop composition Donna Lee, one of jazz's best known contrafacts (a composition that overlays a new melody over an existing harmonic structure). Other lesser known contrafacts include Fats Navarro's Ice Freezes Red and Lennie Tristano's Ju-Ju.
    Since 1946, it has been an annual tradition for the chorus of the song to be performed at the Indianapolis 500 automobile race. In most years since 1972, it has been sung by actor and singer Jim Nabors, who erroneously substitutes shining with burning, all with out, from with through, and then with how. The singing is backed by the Purdue Marching Band. It is performed immediately following The Star-Spangled Banner, the Invocation, and the rendering of Taps. The song is accompanied by a large balloon release near the end. The Indiana State Marching Sycamores also have a rendition of this song that is played at every event.
    The song is also featured prominently at the Indiana State Museum where a steam clock plays the tune at the top of every hour.
    Since 1991 Indianapolis TV station WISH-TV used components of the song in their news themes; and since 1997 Fort Wayne TV station WANE-TV (WISH-TV's sister station owned by LIN TV) has also used components of the song in their news themes. Stephen Arnold Music's Newsleader and Counterpoint with Indiana (aka WISH-TV News Music Package) and 615 Music's In-Sink V.4 (aka In-Sink with Indiana) are news music themes that have the Back Home Again in Indiana Signature.
    It is also used to open every Little 500 bicycle race held at Indiana University.

  • Red Nichols & His Five Pennies - Ballin’ the Jack & Walkin’ the Dog

    4:43

    From Brunswick's 1930 Heat radio transcription series.
    New York, August 3, 1930.

  • Red Nichols Five Pennies Japanese Sandman 2 takes

    6:14

    Red Nichols and His Five Pennies-Japanese Sandman-2 takes (E-26695 and E-26696) recorded February 27, 1928.

  • Red Nichols & His Five Pennies - Riverboat Shuffle 78 RPM

    3:18

    Red Nichols & His Five Pennies - Riverboat Shuffle, on Brunswick 01806, recorded August 15, 1927.

  • Red Nichols & His Five Pennies 12/10/1930 Bugaboo Gene Krupa, Benny Goodman, Wingy Manone

    3:22

    Red Nichols, Charlie Teagarden, Ruby Weinstein - trumpet
    Wingy Manone - trumpet & vocal
    Glenn Miller - trombone
    Benny Goodman - clarinet
    Babe Russin - tenor
    Jack Russin - piano
    Art Miller - bass
    Gene Krupa - drums
    Harold Arlen - vocal

    Recorded in New York City on December 10, 1930.

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  • Red Nichols and his Five Pennies - Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula Hot Foxtrot!!

    3:06

    Red Nichols and his Five Pennies
    Titel: Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula
    Label: Brunswick
    Bestnr. : 1262
    Matritze: n.b.

  • Red Nichols & His Five Pennies 1/16/1931 Sweet and Hot Gene Krupa, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller

    3:12

    Red Nichols, Ruby Weinstein, Charlie Teagarden - trumpet
    Sid Stoneburn - alto
    Jack Teagarden - trombone & vocal
    Glenn Miller - trombone
    Benny Goodman - clarinet
    Larry Binyon - tenor
    Jack Russin - piano
    Ed Bergman, Ed Solinsky - violin
    Ted Brown - banjo
    Art Miller - bass
    Gene Krupa - drums
    Harold Arlen - vocal

    Recorded in New York City on January 16, 1931.

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  • “Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble” by Red Nichols and His Five Pennies 1930

    3:00

    “Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble” by Red Nichols and His Five Pennies 1930
    Brunswick E33334 (originally number 4885, 2nd master)

    Red Nichols, Ruby Weinstein, and Charlie Teagarden - trumpets
    Jack Teagarden and Glenn Miller - trombones
    Benny Goodman, Sid Stoneburn, and Babe Russin - reeds
    Joe Sullivan - piano
    Teg Brown - guitar
    Artie Miller - bass
    Gene Krupa - drums

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  • Poor Butterfly -Red Nichols And His Five Pennies

    3:55

    Poor Butterfly (Hubbell) -Red Nichols And His Five Pennies on long play 12 in. Brunswick 20062-A.1928,Scrappy Lambert on the vocal

  • Red Nichols-Hurricane

    2:58

    Red Nichols and his Five Pennies-Hurricane, recorded January 12, 1927.

  • Nobodys Sweetheart - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies

    3:08

    Red Nichols (c), Miff Mole (tb), Dudley Fosdick-Bill Trone (mel), Fud Livingston (cl, ts, arr), unknown (p, cel), Carl Kress (g), Vic Berton (d, harpophone), Lennie Hayton (arr); he may also be the pianist. New York, February 25, 1928.

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