James "Jimmy" Boucher was a black violinist from Jamaica, who played with the Sam Wooding Orchestra in 1925 in Berlin. In the late 1920s, he was associated with Louis Mitchell's Jazz Kings in Paris. The personnel on these sessions is unknown but he is thought to have used at least some of Wooding's men on this session.

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Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
I Gotta Have You
(Samuels / Lennie)
9-1930 Paris, France Pathé
X-8754
Le Trouvere 12-1930 Paris, France Pathé
X-8789
On A Little Balcony In Spain 5-1931 Paris, France Pathé
X-96029
Sweepin' The Clouds Away
(Sam Coslow)
12-1930 Paris, France Pathé
X-8789
The Fountain (La Source) 9-1930 Paris, France Pathé
X-8754
Three Little Words
(Ruby / Kalmar)
5-1931 Paris, France Pathé
X-96029
Artist Instrument
James Boucher Violin, Leader
Arthur Briggs? Trumpet
Louis Chester Vocals
Willie Lewis? Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Alex Renard? Trumpet
Albert Wynn? Trombone
unknown Banjo, Tenor Saxophone, Bass Brass, Drums