The Arcadian Serenaders were a group of White New Orleans musicians who played at the Arcadian Ballroom in St. Louis. The 1924 sessions are the first recordings to feature Wingy Manone. The band had gone by the name of the Original Crescent City Jazzers before landing the gig in St. Louis where they played on the same bill as Frankie Trumbauer and his Orchestra.

Thanks to Al Simmons for the recordings on this page.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Angry
(George Brunies / Jules Cassard / Abbie Brunies / Mecum)
10-26-1925 St. Louis, Missouri Okeh
40517
Back Home In Illinois
(Goetz / Stept / Charles)
10-26-1925 St. Louis, Missouri Okeh
40538
Bobbed Hair Bobbie
(Bobbie Be Mine)

(Ford / Ward)
11-1924 St. Louis, Missouri Okeh
40378
Carry It Down
(Avery Loposer)
10-26-1925 St. Louis, Missouri Okeh
40538
Fidgety Feet
(Nick LaRocca / Larry Shields)
11-1924 St. Louis, Missouri Okeh
40272
Just A Little Bit Bad
(Larry Conley)
10-26-1925 St. Louis, Missouri Okeh
40503-A
Original Dixieland One-Step
(Intro. That Teasin' Rag)

(Nick LaRocca / Joe Jordan)
10-26-1925 St. Louis, Missouri Okeh
40562
San Sue Strut
(Guarino)
11-1924 St. Louis, Missouri Okeh
40378
The Co-Ed
(Con Conlrad / Saul Bernie)
10-26-1925 St. Louis, Missouri Okeh
40503-B
Who Can Your Regular Be, Blues
(Riddick / Holman)
11-1924 St. Louis, Missouri Okeh
40440
Yes Sir, Boss
(Riddick / Ward)
10-26-1925 St. Louis, Missouri Okeh
40562
You Gotta Know How
(Donaldson)
10-26-1925 St. Louis, Missouri Okeh
40517
Artist Instrument
Sterling Bose Cornet
Felix Guarino Drums
Slim Hall Banjo
Chick Harvey Vocals
Cliff Holman Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Marty Livingston Vocals
Avery Loposer Trombone, Vocals
Wingy Manone Cornet
Bob Marvin Banjo
Johnny Riddick Piano