New Orleans Wanderers

New Orleans Wanderers
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New Orleans Wanderers

New Orleans Wanderers Biography (Wikipedia)

The New Orleans Wanderers was the name under which Lil Hardin recorded with members of Louis Armstrong's Hot Five on a 1926 session for Columbia. Armstrong himself was unable to appear since he was under contract to Okeh, although he collaborated with Hardin on three of the four songs. Four further songs were released by the same musicians under the name New Orleans Bootblacks. His place was taken by George Mitchell.

The members of the Hot Five were Lil Hardin on piano, Kid Ory on trombone, Johnny St. Cyr on banjo and Johnny Dodds on clarinet. George Mitchell played the cornet. The tunes (all written by Louis Armstrong) were:

As New Orleans Wanderers (recorded Chicago, July 13, 1926):

As New Orleans Bootblacks (recorded Chicago, July 14, 1926):

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Perdido Street Blues
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Perdido Street Blues
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Gatemouth
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Gatemouth
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Papa Dip
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