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RECORD CONDITION CODES
c5 - mint, no scratches, rarely played
c4 - excellent, few if any scatches 
c3 - reasonable, normal wear as expected
c2 - poor, but playable
c1 - badly worn, many scratches, maybe damaged (indicated)
Also: 
s - scanned label, most likely illustrated in specific label section. 

ALBUMS
An 'album' is a collection of records in a specific folder. 
 

PHYSICAL CULTURE EXERCISES
HIS MASTER'S VOICE .  Three record set. 
The fold-out album includes a description with diagraams of the exercises, with two session per side. A band accompanies the voice. Condition of all records c4.
B1669 (1556) Exercise 1 and 2.  B1670 (1559) Exercise 7 and 8.
B1669 (1557) Exercise 3 and 4.  B1671 (1560) Exercise 9 and 10.
B1670 (1558) Exercise 5 and 6.  B1671 (1561) Exercise 11 and12.


THE HISTORY OF JAZZ.  VOLUME 2 - THE GOLDEN ERA
CAPITOL RECORDS Album CE17.  Five record set. Condition of all records c4.
10026 (572-1B) WANG WANG BLUES ( Mueller, Busse, Johnson). The History of Jazz - 11.
Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra.  Gus Mueller, clarinet. Buster Johnson, trombone. Tommy Gott, trumpet. Mike Pingitore, banjo. Ferde Grofe, piano. Hank Sterm, tuba. Hal McDonald, drums. Paul Whiteman, conductor.
10026 (571-2A1) SAN (McPhall, Michels). No. 12.  Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra. Featuring: Matty Malneck, violin. Joe Rushton, bass sax. Elmer Smithers, trombone. Hal McDonald, drums. Paul Whiteman, conductor.
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10027 (110-A) DEED I DO (Rose, Hirsch). The History of Jazz - 13.  Jack Teagarden's Chicagoans. Jack Teagarden, trombone. Billy May, trumpet. Joe Sullivan, piano. Heinie Beau, clarinet. Dave Matthews, tenor sax. Dave Barbour, guitar. Art Shapiro, bass. Zutty Singleton, drums.  Vocal chorus by Jack Teagarden.
10027 (109-A) STARS FELL ON ALABAMA (Parish-Parkins). No. 14. Ibid.
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10028 (581-4B) MOOD INDIGO (Bigard, Ellington, Mills). The History of Jazz - 15
Sonny Greer and The Duke's Men. Taft Jordan, trumpet. Barney Bigard, clarinet. Otto Hardwick, alto. Freddie Guy, guitar. Duke Brooks, piano. Red Callender, bass. Sonny Greer, drums.
10028 (583-3B) THE MOOCHE (Ellington, Mills). No. 16. Ibid.
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10029 (433-3A-Re-1) ROYAL GARDEN BLUES (Williams, Williams). The History of Jazz - 17
Red Nichols and His Pennies. Red Nichols, cornet. Heine beau, clarinet. Don Lodice, tenor. Flotd O'Brien, trombone. Earl Sturgis, piano. Gene Englund, bass. Franl Carlson, drums.
10029 (434-3A-Re-1) I'M IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE (McHugh, Fields).  No. 18. Ibid.

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10030 (346-B-Re-1) COME ON OVER TO MY HOUSE (Julia Lee). The History of Jazz - 19
Jay McShann's Kansas City Stompers. Featuring Julia Lee (vocal choruses). Jay McShann, Oliver Todd, Tommy Douglas, Claiborne Graves, Efferge Ware, Walter Page, Baby Lovett.
10030 (347-B-Re-1) TROUBLE IN MIND (Richard M. Jones). No. 20. Ibid.


GENERIC ALBUM - PIANO RED COLLECTION. 
HIS MASTER'S VOICE. Made in England. All five records c3+. Note one duplicate. 
Piano Red is Willie Perryman, an albino negro blues singer who laater changed his psuedenym to Captain Feelgood, and as such was very popular in the sixties. His ‘Rockin' With Red' is pure ‘rock n' roll', well before Bill Haley; thus a clear example of the roots of rock n' roll in upbeat blues. These records came from my father's (Richard Norman Stone) collection. Rockin' With Red is one of my earliest recollections of music on record, and one of my favourites to this day, for its beat and pure simplicity.

JO244 (EO-VB-5221) ROCKING WITH RED (Willie Perryman).  Piano Red.
JO244 (EO-VB-5223) RED'S BOOGIE (Willie Perryman). Ibid.

JO276 (E1-VB-1321) LAYIN' THE BOOGIE (Willie Perryman). Piano Red.
JO276 (EO-VB-5051) BABY, WHAT'S WRONG (Willie Perryman). Piano Red.

JO298 (EO-VB-5222) LET'S HAVE A GOOD TIME TONIGHT (Willie Perryman). Piano Red.
JO298 (EO-VB-5950 MY GAL JOE (Willie Perryman). Ibid.

JO298 (EO-VB-5222) LET'S HAVE A GOOD TIME TONIGHT (Willie Perryman). Piano Red.
JO298 (EO-VB-5950 MY GAL JOE (Willie Perryman). Ibid.

B10316 (E1VB-1322) BOUNCIN' WITH RED (Willie Perryman).  Piano Red.
B10316 (E1VB-3779) COUNT THE DAYS I'M GONE (Willie Perryman).  Piano Red.