Monday Morning in Mono playlist for 08/12/2013

DJs: 
Emily Fenster
Artist Title Album Label Link
The Rhythmakers I Would Do Anything For You The Rhythmakers: Volume One IAJRC-JA4
Joe Robichaux and His New Orleans Boys Forty Second Street; Ring Dem Bells; King Kong Stomp Joe Robichaue & His New Orleans Rhythm Boys Folklyric 9032
Ollie Powers' Harmony Syncopators Play That Thing; Jazzbo Jenkins (x2) New York To Chicago: 1923-1928 Biograph (BLP-12007)
Perry Bradford's Jazz Phools Fade Away Blues; Daybreak Blues New York To Chicago: 1923-1928 Biograph (BLP-12007)
Edmonia Henderson with Lovie Austin's Blues Serenaders Worried 'Bout Him Blues; Black Man Blues; Brown Skin Man; Traveling Blues Blues and Stomps Riverside (RLP-154)
Butterbeans and Susie Kiss Me Sweet; Construction Gang King Oliver's Jazz Band, 1923 P2-12744
Sippie Wallace Morning Dove Blues King Oliver's Jazz Band, 1923 P2-12744
King Oliver and Jelly Roll Morton King Porter Stomp; Tom Cat Blues The Immortal King Oliver Milestone (MLP-2006)
Clarence Williams Orchestra Bozo; I'm Gonna Take My Bimbo Back To Bamboo Isle; Speakeasy The Immortal King Oliver Milestone (MLP-2006)
Ma Rainey Weeping Woman Blues; Misery Blues Ma Rainey: 1924-1928 Biograph (BLP-12001)
Jelly Roll Morton The "Jelly Roll" Blues; Sweet Man; Grandpa's Spells; Stratford Hunch Jelly Roll Morton: 1924-1926 Blues And Stomps From Rare Piano Rolls Biograph (BLP-1004Q)
Jelly Roll Morton's New Orleans Jazzmen Climax Rag; Finger Buster; Creepy Feeling; Honky Tonk Music Hot Pianos: 1926-1940 Historical (HLP-29)
Earl Hines and His Orchestra Every Body Loves My Baby; Good Little, Bad Little You; Beau-Koo Jack; Sister Kate Black Bands: 1927-1934 Historical (HLP-35)
The Three Jolly Miners Chicago Backstep; F Miner Blues; Pig Alley Stomp; Ridiculous Blues The Three Jolly Miners: 1925-1928 Historical (HLP-23)
Jelly Roll Morton Honeysuckle Rose; After You've Gone; Trees Mr. Jelly Family (SFR-DP 650)
Thomas Morris Past Jazz Masters E Flat Blues No. 2; Original Charleston Strut Thomas Morris with His Past Jazz Masters and Clarence Williams Blue 5 Fountain (FJ-113)
Clarence Williams' Blue Five Achin' Hearted Blues; Wild Cat Blues; Kansas City Man Blues Thomas Morris with His Past Jazz Masters and Clarence Williams Blue 5 Fountain (FJ-113)
Louis Armstrong Words Young Louis "The Side Man" (1924-1927) Decca (DL-7923)