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STORYVILLE
DON EWELL (P. SOLO) New York City CCNY Rioter Blues
DON EWELL (P. SOLO)
New York City Blue Skies
Fat Cats Jazz 109, Storyville SLP 502
9 May 1969
9 May 1970
Fat Cats Jazz 110, Jazzology JCE 84 Love Will Last from the 19 January 1969 session is an original composition by Don Ewell and Harry Godwin. Album titles are: FCJ 109 — “Jazz on a Sunday Afternoon — Don Ewell plays for Don Ewell”; FCJ 110 — “Stomping duet on the Steinways”; SLP 502 — “Jazz on a Sunday Afternoon”; JCE 84 (a stereo issue with Don Ewell on the left channel and Bob Greene on the right) — “Don Ewell and Bob Greene — together!”. Buddy Bolden's Blues, which appears on both FCJ 110 and JCE 84 is a piano solo by Bob Greene with vocal by Johnson Mcree, Jr.
It seems unlikely that the 9 May 1969 and 9 May 1970 dates would have produced a single title each, and there may be unreleased titles from both sessions. Alternatively, despite the quoted dates, these two titles may come from the August 1970 Chiaroscuro session.
DON EWELL, (P.SOLOS)
New York Medley: Buddy’s Habit/Carolina Rock Getaway Careless Love Lullaby In Rhythm Delmar Drag*
Sunday
I’m Gonna Stomp Mr Henry Lee Spain
Snowy Morning Blues Nobody’s Sweetheart Migrant Worker Blues*
Someday Sweetheart
CR 106 is titled “A Jazz Portrait
Shout/Little Chiaroscuro CR 106, Storyville SLP 510
August 1970
Chiaroscuro CR 106, Storyville SLP 510 Chiaroscuro CR 106, Storyville SLP 510 Chiaroscuro CR 106, Storyville SLP 510 Chiaroscuro CR 106, Storyville SLP 510 Chiaroscuro CR 106, Storyville SLP 510 Chiaroscuro CR 106, Storyville SLP 510 Chiaroscuro CR 106, Storyville SLP 510 Chiaroscuro CR 106, Storyville SLP 510 Chiaroscuro CR 106, Storyville SLP 510, Realistic 50-6010 Chiaroscuro CR 106, Storyville SLP 510 of thè Artist”, and SLP 510 “A Portrait of Don Ewell”.
DON EWELL WITH BARRY MARTYN’S BAND
Introduced by Humphrey Lyttelton and Don Ewell. Brian Bowles, t-1; Freddy John, tb-2; Dick Douthwaite, cl/ts; Don Ewell, p/p. solo -3/v-4; Brian Turnock, sb; Barry Martyn, d.
London, England 1 February 1971
When I Grow Too Old To Dream -1,-2 BBC Radio, “Jazz Club” broadcast
Someday Sweetheart -1,-2 BBC Radio, “Jazz Club” broadcast
Ain’t Misbehavin’ BBC Radio, “Jazz Club” broadcast
Baby Won’t You Please Come Home -4 BBC Radio, “Jazz Club” broadcast
Honeysuckle Rose -3 BBC Radio, “Jazz Club” broadcast
Indiana -1,-2 BBC Radio, “Jazz Club” broadcast
Nothing from this broadcast has been issued on record.
On 2 February 1971, Don Ewell was interviewed in Aarhus, Denmark for a radio audience and played the following piano solos. Nothing from this broadcast recording is known to have been issued on record. Aarhus Blues Sweet Lorraine If Dreams Come True
DON EWELL AND THE COTTON CITY JAZZBAND
Jacques Cruyt, t; Romain Vandriessche, tb; Rudy Balliu, cl/ts; Don Ewell, p; Walter de Troch, ten bj; Paul Gevaert, sb; Jean Pierre Roelant, d.
GST Studio, Ghent, Belgium Runnin’ Wild Alpha 7006
Don’t Go ’Way Nobody Alpha 7006
Lady Be Good Alpha 7006
Savoy Blues Alpha 7006
Clarinet Marmalade Alpha 7006
Rudy Balliu, cl; Don Ewell, p; Jean Pierre Roelant, d. only Albert’s Blues Alpha 7006
A Porter’s Love Song Alpha 7006
Add Walter de Troch, ten bj; Paul Gevaert, sb.
Buddy Bolden’s Blues Alpha 7006
DON EWELL, (P.SOLOS)
Same place and date.
Blues For Brussels* Alpha 7006
Love Is Just Around The Comer Alpha 7006
Squeeze Me Alpha 7006
Alpha 7006 is a Belgian issue and is Volume 4 of the series “New Orleans Today”.
22 February 1971
DON EWELL - A DISCOGRAPHY
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DON EWELL, (P.SOLOS)
100 Club, London, England If Dreams Come True Basin Street Blues Corinne Corinne Delmar Drag*
Keeping Out Of Mischief Handful Of Keys It Must Be True Aunt Hagar’s Blues Frisco Rider*
If I Had You
Atlanta Blues
Old Fashioned Love
Blue Turning Grey Over You
24 February 1971
77 SEU 12/42 77 SEU 12/42 77 SEU 12/42 77 SEU 12/42 77 SEU 12/42 77 SEU 12/42 77 SEU 12/42 77 SEU 12/42 77 SEU 12/42 77 SEU 12/42 Unissued Unissued Unissued
The Album title is “Don Ewell — Live at the 100 Club”.
DON EWELL QUINTET
Pat Halcox, t; John Defferary, cl;
London, England February 1971
As Long As I Live Sleepy Time Down South I Ain’t Got Nobody Sleepy Time Gal Texas Moaner High Society Omit John Defferary Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams John Defferary, cl. replaces Halcox Black And Blue Pretty Baby Mama’s Gone Goodbye
DON EWELL QUARTET
Herb Hall, cl; Don Ewell, p; Harold Murphy, sb; Don Vickery, d.
Senara College, Toronto, Canada 30 May 1971
On this date the Don Ewell Quartet played a concert at the College and a private tape of the occasion is in circulation. The titles heard are as follows, and those marked * are without Herb Hall.
Dardanella/Old Fashioned Love/Song Of The Wanderer/You’re Driving Me Crazy/You Can Depend On Me/ Nobody’s Sweetheart Now/Buddy Bolden’s Blues/Big Butter And Egg Man/Basin Street Blues/You Took Advantage Of Me/Struttin’ With Some Barbecue/I Want To Be Happy/Ain’t Gonna Give No One None Of My Jelly Roll/All Of Me/How Come You Do Me Like You Do Do Do/Royal Garden Blues/Snowy Morning Blues*/Michigan Water Blues*/Waller Medley: Honey Hush* - Keeping Out Of Mischief Now* - Honeysuckle Rose*
Don Ewell, p; Jackie Flavelle, sb; Barry Martyn, d.
Jazzology J.69 Jazzology J.69 Jazzology J.69 Jazzology J.69 Jazzology J.69 Jazzology J.69
Jazzology J.69
Jazzology J.69 Jazzology J.69 Jazzology J.69
WE ARE MOVING! THE INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED RECORD COLLECTOR’S BAZAAR
Announced for Sunday 8 December at St. Mary’s Community Centre, Wandsworth, will now take place on that date, but in our new and much more amenable quarters at:
WIMBLEDON GREYHOUND AND SPEEDWAY STADIUM
Hours are 12.30 p.m. to 4.45 p.m. and entry is still 50p, but for really keen types early entry tickets are available from 10.15 a.m. at £2.50.
* Thousands of records to browse through.
* Old phonographs and accessories.
* Books, magazines, sheet music, etc.
* Many old friends to meet.
* Car park for 1,000 cars.
* Facilities include clean toilets, a licenced bar and refreshment facilities.
* A Sunday Market in the grounds, so bring your wife/girl-friend!
Buses run from Tooting Broadway and Haydon’s Road Station (BR) is but a short walk.