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Genre: Jazz / Blues
Performer: Various
Album: Jazz Women (A Feminist Retrospective)
Country: US
Released: 1977
Style: Big Band, Dixieland, Swing, Memphis Blues
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Jazz Women: A Feminist Retrospective. Jazz Women: A Feminist Retrospective.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Lovie Austin & Her Serenaders* Frog Tongue Stomp
Piano – Lovie AustinWritten-By – Austin*
A2 Ida Cox Blue Monday Blues
Piano – Lovie AustinVocals – Ida Cox
A3 Al Wynn's Gutbucket Five* That Creole Band
Cornet – Dotty Jones
A4 New Orleans Wanderers Perdido Street Blues
Piano – Lil Armstrong*Written-By – Armstrong*
A5 New Orleans Wanderers Gatemouth
Piano – Lil Armstrong*Written-By – Armstrong*
A6 Ma Rainey Trust No Man
Piano – Lil HendersonVocals – Ma RaineyWritten-By – Rainey*
A7 Memphis Minnie When The Levee Breaks
Guitar – Memphis Minnie
A8 Andy Kirk And His Twelve Clouds Of Joy* Sophomore
Piano – Mary Lou Williams
A9 Mary Lou Williams Nightlife
Piano, Soloist – Mary Lou WilliamsWritten-By – Williams*
B1 Ina Ray Hutton And Her Melodears Wild Party
Written-By – Hudson*
B2 Ina Ray Hutton And Her Melodears Witch Doctor
Written-By – Hudson*
B3 Billy Mason And His Orchestra You Bring Out The Savage In Me
Trumpet – Valaida SnowWritten-By – Coslow*
B4 Lil Armstrong And Her Swing Band It's Murder
Piano, Vocals – Lil Armstrong*Written-By – Armstrong*
B5 Lil Armstrong And Her Swing Band Doing The Suzie Q
Piano, Vocals – Lil Armstrong*Written-By – Armstrong*
B6 Joe Brown And His Band Beaumont Street Blues
Piano – Jewel PaigeWritten-By – Stovall*, Brown*
B7 Una Mae Carlisle Band* I Met You Then - I Know You Now
Piano, Vocals – Una Mae CarlisleWritten-By – Smith*, Carlisle*
B8 Six Men And A Girl Scratching The Gravel
Piano – Mary Lou WilliamsWritten-By – Williams*
B9 Six Men And A Girl Zonky
Piano – Mary Lou WilliamsWritten-By – Razaf*, Waller*
C1 Woody Herman Orchestra* Three Ways To Smoke A Pipe
Trombone – Billie Rogers Written-By – McCarthy*
C2 Jack Teagarden Band Memories Of You
Piano – Norma TeagardenWritten-By – Razaf*, Blake*
C3 Dardanelle Trio* After You Get It
Piano, Vocals – Dardanelle BreckenbridgeWritten-By – Berlin*
C4 The International Sweethearts Of Rhythm* Tuxedo Junction
Written-By – Feyne*, Hawkins*, Dash*, Johnson*
C5 The International Sweethearts Of Rhythm* Sweet Georgia Brown
Tenor Saxophone – Viola BurnsideWritten-By – Bernie*, Casey*, Pinkard*
C6 Dorothy Donnegan* Dorothy's Boogie Woogie
Piano – Dorothy Donnegan*
C7 Fletcher Henderson And His Orchestra St. Louis Blues
Trumpet, Vocals – Valaida SnowWritten-By – Handy*
C8 Jimmy McPartland And His Dixieland Band In A Mist
Piano – Marian McPartlandWritten-By – Beidebecke*
D1 Mary Osborne Rose Room
Guitar – Mary OsborneWritten-By – Hickman*
D2 Mary Lou Williams Conversation
Bass – June RotenbergDrums – Rose GottesmanGuitar – Mary OsbornePiano – Mary Lou WilliamsVibraphone [Vibraharp] – Margie Hyams*Written-By – Williams*
D3 Terry Pollard Septet, Clark Terry Septet Mamblues
Bass – Bonnie Wetzel, Percy HeathDrums – Elaine Leighton, Kenny ClarkeGuitar – Mary Osborne, Tal FarlowPiano – Beryl Booker, Horace SilverTenor Saxophone – Lucky ThompsonTrombone – Urbie GreenTrumpet – Clark Terry, Norma CarsonVibraphone – Terry PollardWritten By – Williams
D4 Terry Pollard Septet, Clark Terry Septet Anything You Can Do
Bass – Bonnie Wetzel, Percy HeathDrums – Elaine Leighton, Kenny ClarkeGuitar – Mary Osborne, Tal FarlowPiano – Beryl Booker, Horace SilverTenor Saxophone – Lucky ThompsonTrombone – Urbie GreenTrumpet – Clark Terry, Norma CarsonVibraphone – Terry PollardWritten-By – Berlin*
D5 Sarah McLawler Red Light
Organ, Vocals – Sarah McLawler
D6 Joe Marsala Band* Zero Hour
Harp – Adele GirardWritten-By – Wayne*
D7 Dizzy Gillespie Band* My Reverie
Trombone – Melba ListonWritten-By – Debusey*, Clinton*
D8 Humphrey Lyttelton Band* Gee Baby Ain't I Good To You
Tenor Saxophone – Kathleen Stobart*Written-By – Redman*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Stash Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Stash Records, Inc.

Credits

  • Cover, Artwork, Layout – Barbara Gottlieb, Lynn Tesser
  • Engineer – Jerry Valburn
  • Liner Notes – Mary Lou Williams
  • Producer – Bernard Brightman

Notes

Gatefold.

D3 and D4 track artists uncredited; tracks originally appeared on Clark Terry Septet, Terry Pollard Septet - Cats vs. Chicks (A Jazz Battle Of The Sexes).

Variant sleeve with no credits on inner gatefold, and a 12" square picture of Mary Lou Williams.

No pseudo or electronic re-channeling has been added.

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