Buster Bailey (1902-1967)

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Country : États-Unis
Gender : masculin
Birth : Memphis (Tenn.), 19-07-1902
Death : Brooklyn (N.Y.), 12-04-1967
Note :
Clarinettiste et saxophoniste de jazz
Variant of the name : William "Buster" Bailey (1902-1967)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 7248 8165

Activities of Buster Bailey (1902-1967) (291)

Clarinette (250)

Buster Bailey story
World on a string
The 1930's
New York
Bessie Smith
The 1930's
The 1930's
The Greatest jazz recordings of all time
Rare recordings from the golden years volume 4
The Indispensable Fletcher Henderson
The greatest jazz recording of all time vol 21
The Varsity session 1
The complete Lionel Hampton 1. - 2
Une Heure avec Louis Armstrong
The John Kirby sextet Vol. 3
The John Kirby Sextet Vol. 3
Red Allen, Kid Ory & Jack Teagarden at Newport..
Fidgety feet
The Fletcher Henderson story : a study in frustration
Historical recording sessions. 1 : 1937-39
Fletcher Henderson Volume 1
Henry "Red" Allen Vol. 5
Ben and the boys
Henry "Red" Allen Vol. 4. - Henry Red Allen all stars [Henry "Red" Allen, chant, trp ; JC Higginbotham, trb ; Buster Bailey, clar... et al.]
The very great Henry Red Allen Vol. 2
Prince of New Orleans
The greatest of the small bands Vol. 4
Fletcher Henderson 2. - Swing's the thing : 1931-1934
Dixieland all stars
Juanita Hall sings Bessie Smith
Red Allen plays King Oliver
Red Allen au festival de Newport
ALL ABOUT MEMPHIS
Red Allen at Newport
Ride, red, ride in hi-fi
Sidney Bechet et son orchestre
AFTERNOON IN AFRICA
Just a Kid named Joe
April in Paris
Blue room
Seems like a month of Sundays
I must see Annie tonight
Planter's punch
Light up
Now you're talking my language
Afternoon in Africa
After last night with you
Good night my lucky day
Now you're talking my language
Call of the delta
The world's jazz crazy and so am I
Terrible blues
Down south camp meetin'. - [10]
Drum sticks, trumpets and dixieland
Easy living. - [6]
Farewell blues. - [21]
Fidgety feet. - [17]
Foolin' my self. - [36]
Getting some fun out of life. - [3]
Getting some fun out of life. - [3]
Getting some fun out of life. - [3]
The gin house blues. - [9]
Harlem madness. - [4]
Having myself a time. - [54]
He's funny that way. - [6]
He's funny that way. - [6]
He's funny that way. - [6]
He's funny that way. - [13]
He's funny that way. - [13]
He's funny that way. - [49]
Hold 'er, Deacon. - [2]
Hop off. - [2]
How am I to know ?. - [21]
I don't know if I'm coming or going. - [7]
I don't know if I'm coming or going. - [7]
I don't know if I'm coming or going. - [7]
I got rhythm. - [13]
I know that you know. - [5]
I'll get by. - [34]
I must see Annie tonight. - [14]
Indiana. - [15]
Indiana. - [15]
Intimate swing
It's murder !. - [7]
It's swell of you. - [20]
I've found a new baby. - [3]
I've got the world on a string. - [34]
Jazzbo brown from Memphis town. - [3]
Jazzbo brown from Memphis Town. - [8]
Jazzbo Brown from Memphis town. - [16]
Jealous hearted blues
Jeepers creepers. - [13]
Jelly Bean blues. - [3]
John Henry
John Kirby and his sextet
John Kirby band Vol. 4
John Kirby band Vol. 3
John Kirby & his Onyx club boys Vol. 2
John Kirby & his Onyx club boys Vol. 1
Juanita Hall chante Bessie Smith
Just a kid named Joe. - [12]
Let's call the whole thing off. - [5]
Let's call the whole thing off. - [5]
Let's call the whole thing off. - [5]
Let's call the whole thing off. - [32]
Light up. - [6]
Limehouse blues. - [12]
Limehouse blues. - [17]
Livin' high
Lorna Doone short bread. - [20]
Love me daddy blues. - [15]
Love me daddy blues. - [15]
Mame. - [8]
Mean to be. - [35]
Mean to me. - [16]
The Memphis blues. - [8]
The Memphis blues. - [8]
Memphis blues. - [14]
Muddy water. - [10]
Muddy water. - [10]
Muddy water. - [10]
Muddy Water. - [22]
OLE ! FLAMENCO
One and two blues. - [2]
One and two blues. - [16]
On the sunny side of the street. - [24]
Pine top's boogie woogie
Pinetop's boogie-woogie. - [19]
Red Allen plays King Oliver. - [2]
Red Allen quintet Vol. 1
Rhythm, rhythm. - [3]
Rhythm, rhythm. - [25]
Royal garden blues. - [16]
Royal garden blues. - [20]
Says my Heart. - [55]
See see rider blues. - [2]
Shanghai shuffle. - [9]
Sing Sing prison blues. - [11]
Sing Sing prison blues. - [11]
Stampede. - [5]
St. James infirmary. - [2]
St. James infirmary. - [2]
St. Louis blues. - [31]
Stompology. - [7]
Stop crying. - [11]
Struttin with some barbecue. - [14]
Struttin' with some barbecue. - [14]
Sugar foot stomp. - [1]
Sun showers. - [8]
Sun showers. - [8]
Sun showers. - [8]
Sweet Lorraine. - [35]
LE TEMPS DU MUGUET
There'll be a hot time in the old town tonight. - [23]
There's a house in Harlem for sale. - [4]
There's a lull in my life. - [19]
The three of us. - [33]
They can't take that away from me. - [6]
They can't take that away from me. - [6]
They can't take that away from me. - [6]
Tin roof Blues. - [2]
Tin roof Blues. - [2]
Tin roof blues. - [3]
Tin roof blues. - [8]
Tin roof blues. - [8]
Tin roof blues. - [8]
Trav'lin' all alone. - [5]
Trav'lin' all alone. - [5]
Trav'lin' all alone. - [5]
Variety stomp. - [6]
Warmin' up. - [11]
Warmin' up. - [11]
What-cha-call-'em blues. - [7]
When the saints go marchin' in. - [14]
When the saints go marchin' in. - [14]
When the saints go marchin' in. - [14]
Where is the sun ?. - [4]
Where is the sun ?. - [4]
Where is the sun ?. - [4]
Where is the sun ?. - [31]
Who wants love ?. - [46]
Woman's trouble blues. - [14]
Woman's trouble blues. - [14]
Wo wants love ?. - [4]
Wo wants love ?. - [4]
Wo wants love ?. - [4]
Yellow dog blues. - [11]
Yellow dog blues. - [12]
The Yellow dog blues. - [23]
The Yellow dog blues. - [23]
You go to my head. - [2]
You go to my head. - [53]
You must have been a beautiful baby. - [11]
Young woman's blues. - [2]
Young woman's blues. - [2]
Young woman's blues. - [9]
Young woman's blues. - [9]
Young woman's blues. - [9]
Young woman's blues. - [17]
If I could be with you. - [2]
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Interprète (27)

Casbash. - [4]
Casbash. - [4]
Casbash. - [4]
Easy living. - [13]
Easy living. - [13]
Easy living. - [13]
Foolin' myself. - [12]
Foolin' myself. - [12]
Foolin' myself. - [12]
I'll get by. - [10]
I'll get by. - [10]
I'll get by. - [10]
I'll never be the same. - [14]
I'll never be the same. - [14]
I'll never be the same. - [14]
Mean to me. - [11]
Mean to me. - [11]
Mean to me. - [11]
September song. - [2]
September song. - [2]
September song. - [2]
Who ?. - [3]
Who ?. - [3]
Who ?. - [3]
Yours and mine. - [9]
Yours and mine. - [9]
Yours and mine. - [9]

Auteur ou responsable intellectuel (3)

ALL ABOUT MEMPHIS
AFTERNOON IN AFRICA
THE NEXT MORNING

Saxophone (3)

New York
Doc Cook featuring Freddy [i.e. Freddie] Keppard
Drum sticks, trumpets and dixieland

Direction d'orchestre (3)

Buster Bailey story
Pinetop's boogie woogie. - [13]
Pinetop's boogie-woogie. - [19]

Chant (2)

Light up
Wondering where. - [1]

Compositeur (2)

Planters punch. Paroles de Don Frye. Pour piano
Sloe jam fizz.. Paroles de Irving Mills. Chant et piano

Batterie (1)

Time table. - [13]

See also (7)