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Friday, March 28, 2014

Get Miff-Ed

Miff Mole was a leading light of early jazz trombone. He played with everyone-check out the playlist-and his playing always shone.

Listen to the show.


Lanin's Southern Serenaders. "Aunt Hagar's Children's Blues  (1921), Paramount
Lanin's Southern Serenaders. "Shake It Break It" (1921), Paramount
Original Memphis Five "I Wish I Could Shimmy Like Sister Kate" (1922), Perfect 
Original Memphis Five "Tin Roof Blues" 1923), Perfect 
Ray Miller and His Orchestra "Mama's Gone" (1924), Brunswick 
Bix & Sioux City Six "I'm Glad"  (Jazz, 1924), Gennett 
The Red Heads "Nervous Charlie" (Jazz, 1925), Pathe 
The Cottonpickers "Prince of Wails"  (Jazz, 1925), Brunswick 
Ray Miller and His Orchestra "Nobody Knows What a Red Headed Mama Can Do" (Jazz, 1924), Brunswick 
The Tennessee Tooters "How Come You Do Me Like You Do?" (Jazz, 1925), Vocalion 
Bix Beiderbecke & Sioux City Six "Flock O' Blues" (Jazz, 1925), Gennett 
Red And Miff's Stompers "Alabama Stomp" (Jazz, 1926), Edison 
Red And Miff's Stompers "The Stampede" (Jazz, 1926), Edison 
Red Nichols & His Five Pennies "That's No Bargain" (Jazz, 1926), Vocalion 
The Arkansas Travelers "Sensation" (Jazz, 1927), Harmony 
Miff Mole and his Little Molars "I Ain't Got Nobody"(Jazz, 1927), Okeh 
The Six Hottentots "The Memphis Blues"(Jazz, 1927), Domino