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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

East Texas Serenaders

By Tony Russell, Mario Manciotti, Praguefrank
2 December 1927 Dallas, TX – The East Texas Serenaders (Henry Bogan [vcl], Cloet Hammn [gt], John Munnerlyn [banjo], Daniel H. Williams [fiddle])
001 W145310-2 SWEETEST FLOWER Columbia 15229-D
002 W145311-2 COMBINATION RAG Columbia 15229-D/ County 410
25 October 1928 Dallas, TX – The East Texas Serenaders (Henry Bogan [vcl], Cloet Hammn [gt], John Munnerlyn [banjo], Daniel H. Williams [fiddle])
003 DAL-720 ACORN STOMP Brunswick 282 /County 410
004 DAL-721 A SHANNON WALTZ Brunswick 282
005 DAL-722 DEACON JONES Brunswick 298 / County 410
006 DAL-723 ADELINE WALTZ [LA VALSE CHICOUTIMI*] Brunswick 298 Melotone M18019* / County 410
27 October 1929 Dallas, TX – The East Texas Serenaders (Henry Bogan [vcl], Cloet Hammn [gt], John Munnerlyn [banjo], Daniel H. Williams [fiddle])
007 DAL-533 DREAM SHADOWS Brunswick 453
008 DAL-534 BABE Brunswick 453/ County 410
009 DAL-535 MEADOWBROOK WALTZ Brunswick 379
010 DAL-536 THREE IN ONE 2-STEP (DILL PICKLE RAG) Brunswick 379/ County 410
011 DAL-537 MCKINNEY WALTZ Brunswick 429
012 DAL-538 BEFORE I GREW UP TO LOVE YOU Brunswick 429
28 November 1930 Dallas, TX – The East Texas Serenaders (Henry Bogan [vcl], Cloet Hammn [gt], John Munnerlyn [banjo], Daniel H. Williams [fiddle])
013 DAL-6767 LOUISIANA WALTZ Brunswick 538
014 DAL-6768 GULF BREEZE WALTZ Brunswick 562
015 DAL-6769 OZARK RAG Brunswick 538 / County 410
016 DAL-6770 MINEOLA RAG Brunswick 562 / County 410
20 February 1937 Adolphus Hotel, Dallas, TX – The East Texas Serenaders (Henry Bogan [vcl], Cloet Hammn [gt], Shorty Lester [banjo], Daniel H. Williams [fiddle], Henry Lester (or Henry Russell) [fiddle])
017 61882-A DEL RIO WALTZ Decca 5347
018 61883-A BEAUMONT RAG Decca 5408/ County 410
019 61884-A SERENADER’S WALTZ Decca 5408/ County 410
020 61885-A FIFFLIN‘THE FIDDLE rejected
021 61886-A SAY A LITTLE PRAYER FOR ME Decca 5458
022 61887-A EAST TEXAS DRAG Decca 5347/ County 410
023 61888-A GERMAN WALTZ rejected
024 61889-A SWEETEST FLOWER WALTZ Decca 5458/ County 410
025 61890-A ARIZONA STOMP Decca 5375/ County 410
026 61891-A SHANNON WALTZ Decca 5375/ County 410

County 410 The East Texas Serenaders 1927-1936: Acorn Stomp; Ozark Rag; Shannon Waltz; Combination Rag; Babe; Sweetest Flower Waltz; Arizona Stomp; Three-In-Two-Step; Deacon Jones; Serenaders Waltz; East Texas Drag; Beaumont Rag; Adeline Waltz; Mineola Rag - 77
Document [SUI] DOC-CD-8031 Complete Recorded Works (1927 – 1937): Sweetest Flower; Combination Rag; Acorn Stomp; Shannon Waltz; Deacon Jones; Aldeline Waltz; Dream Shadows; Babe; Meadow Brook Waltz; Three In One Two-Step; Mckinney Waltz; Before I Grew Up To Love You Louisa Waltz; Gulf Breeze Waltz; Ozark Rag; Mineola Rag; Del Rio Waltz; Beaumont Rag; Serenaders` Waltz; Say A Little Prayer For Me; East Texas Drag; Sweetest Flower Waltz; Arizona Stomp; Shannon Waltz – ca 99

Columbia (1927)
15229-D Sweetest Flower / Combination Rag - 28
Brunswick (1928-30)
282 Acorn Stomp / A Shannon Waltz - 28
298 Deacon Jones / Adeline Waltz
Melotone M 188019 La Valse Chicoutimi / [Kessinger Brothers] - (Mesican issue)
379 Meadowbrook Waltz / Three In One 2-Step (Dill Pickle Rag) - 29
429 Mckinney Waltz / Before I Grew Up To Love You - 30
453 Dream Shadows / Babe - 30
538 Louisiana Waltz / Ozark Rag
562 Gulf Breeze Waltz / Mineola Rag - 31
Decca (1937)
5347 East Texas Drag / Del Rio Waltz – 04-37
5375 Shannon Waltz / Arizona Stomp - 05-37
5408 Beaumont Rag / Serenader's Waltz – 08-37
5458 Say A Little Prayer For Me / The Sweetest Flower Waltz – 12-37

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