- That's a plenty -- Tin roof blues -- Panama -- Tiger rag -- Zulu's parade -- Weary blues -- At the jazz band ball -- Black and blue -- Jelly roll blues -- Jazz me blues -- Eccentric -- Shake it and break it -- Ballin' the Jack -- Sensation rag -- Basin Street blues -- Skeleton jangle -- At sundown -- Lazy daddy -- Everybody loves my baby -- Muskrat ramble -- I've found a new baby -- Memphis blues -- Struttin' with some barbecue -- Wabash blues -- I ain't gonna give nobody none of my jelly roll -- Barnyard blues -- At a Gerogia camp meeting -- Original Dixieland one-step -- I'm coming, Virginia -- Rosetta -- Meet me tonight in dreamland -- Darktown strutter's ball -- Royal garden blues -- I wish I could shimmy like my sister Kate -- High society -- Baby, won't you please come home? -- Gerogia grind -- Chinatown, my Chinatown -- Riverboat shuffle -- How come you do me like you do? -- Ja-da -- The sheik of Araby.
- Program notes laid in container.
"The Commodore recordings, produced by Milt Gabler, are important not only because of the music they contain, but because they are artifacts of the Commodore Music Shop-- the most important record store in the history of jazz."-- from program notes by Todd Selbert.
The Wayne "Fuzzy" and Ann W. Lehman Collection.
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