Joe Venuti's Blue Four became Joe Venuti's Rhythm Boys when they recorded for Columbia in 1931.
From the Red Hot Jazz website:
Little Girl (Hyde / Henry) 6-10-1931 New York, New York Columbia 2488-D
Now That I Need You, You're Gone 9-10-1931 New York New York Columbia 2535-D
Tempo di Modernage (Frank Signorelli / Joe Venuti) 6-10-1931 New York, New York Columbia 2488-D
There's No Other Girl 9-10-1931 New York, New York Columbia 2535-D
The Wolf Wobble (Lennie Hayton) 9-10-1931 New York, New York Columbia 2589-D
Harold Arlen Vocals
Jimmy Dorsey Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Paul Graselli Drums
Lennie Hayton Piano, Celeste
Eddie Lang Guitar
Joe Venuti Violin
The last recording of Joe Venuti's Rhythm Boys was not issued in the US. Here is the English issue.
To To Blues (Eddie Lang / Joe Venuti) 9-10-1931 New York, New York Par (E) R1115
Wonderful clarinet solo by Jimmy. A hint of Debusssy in the intro.
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Posts 0David Sager
A lovely performance. The tune, of course, is a rather thinly-veneered attempt to disguise "Someday Sweetheart."
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