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The works of Duke Integrale 1928-1929
1. James. “Bubber Miley Arthur Whetsol (tp), Joe “Tricky Sam” Nanton (tb), Otto Hardwicke (as) ;Harry Carney (bs, as) Albany “Barney” Bigard (cl. ts), Edward “Duke” Ellington (p) Fred Guy (bjo) Wellman Braud (b) ; William
New York, March 26, 1928.
2. - 5. Arthur Whetsal and an unknown musician (tp) ; “Tricky Sam” Nanton (tb), Johnny Hodges (as, ss, Cl) Harry Carney (bs, as, cl) “Barney” Bigard (cl, ts) “Duke” Ellington (p) Fred Guy (bjo) Maybe Billy Taylor or Cyrus St-Clair (tuba) “Sonny” Greer (dr)
New York, October 30, 1928.
3. - 4. An unknown trumpet-player, Barney Bigard (cl) “Duke” Ellington (p) maybe Billy Taylor or Cyrus St-Clair (b) ; Ozzie Ware (voc) same date.
6. Same as for 2. - with Ozzie Ware (voc) added, same date.
7. Freddy Jenkins, Arthur Whetsol (tp) “Tricky Sam” Nanton (tb) Johnny Hodges (as) Harry Carney (bs, as) Barney Bigard (cl, ts) “Duke Ellington
(p) Fred Guy (bjo) Wellman Braud (b) “Sonny” Greer (dr) “Baby” Cox, Irving Mills (voc)
New York, November 10, 1928.
8.- 9.- 10. “Bubber” Miley, Freddy Jenkins, Arthur Whetsol (tp) “Tricky Sam” Nanton (tb) Otto Hardwicke (as, bs, cl); Johnny Hodges (as, ss); Harry Carney (bs, as, cl) ; “Barney” Bigard (cl, ts) ; Duke” Ellington (p) ; Fred Guy (bjo) Wellman Braud (b) ; Sonny” Greer (dr) ; Ozzie Ware, Irving Mills (voc)
New York , November 15, 1928.
11. Duke Ellingtons band, as mentioned above but without Otto Hardwicke, Ozzie Ware and Irving Mills and with a white orchestra conducted by Matty Malneck including tp, tb, 3 saxes, 5 violins, p. g, tuba, dr, and a group of 9 singers
New York, December 20, 1928.
12. - 13.- 14. - 15. Same as for 8.- but without Otto Hardwicke. Ozzie Ware and Irving Mills
New York, January 16, 1929.
The trumpet-player Bubber Miley plays solo, generally using a mute. In the following numbers: Got everything but you except for the passage behind the baritone sax solo which is by Arthur Whetsol, Bandanna Babies, Diga Diga Doo except for a passage played open by Arthur Whetsol, I must have that man, Saint Louis Blues, Flaming youth and Dam’ the voom voom, the short open passages in the last two numbers being played by Arthur Whetsol.
Whetsol is also the soloist in The mooch. I can’t give you anything but love where Jenkins plays however behind Irving Mills vocal, and Saturday night function. Freddy Jenkins takes a solo in High Life where the short introduction is played by Bubber Miley. In Santa Claus, I done caught you blue, and No Papa No, the trumpet-player is unknown.
The clarinet solos are played by Barney Bigard who is also heard briefly on the tenor saxophone in High Life.
All the alto saxophone solos are by Johnny Hodges except for the one in Got everything but you which is by Otto Hardwicke and those in No Papa No which are taken by Harry Carney who, besides, plays all the baritone saxophone solos. For the other instruments the discography-given above should provide adequate information.