The Dixie Stompers was a pseudonym for the Fletcher Henderson Orchestra.

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Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Ain't She Sweet?
(Jack Yellen, / Milton Ager)
1-20-1927 New York, New York Harmony
353-H
Alabamy Stomp
(from "Earl Carroll's Vanities")

(Creamer / Johnson)
10-10-1926 New York, New York Harmony
283-H
Baltimore
(Jimmy McHugh / Irving Kahal / D. Healy)
10-24-1927 New York, New York Harmony
526-H
Black Horse Stomp
(Joe Tarto)
1-20-1926 New York, New York Harmony
153-H
Black Maria
(Fred Rose)
10-24-1927 New York, New York Harmony
526-H
Brotherly Love
(Billy Meyers / Elmer Schoebel)
10-10-1926 New York, New York Harmony
299-H
Chinese Blues
(Fats Waller / Irving Mills)
12-22-1925 New York, New York Harmony
92-H
Clap Hands! Here Comes Charley
(Meyer / Rose / Mcdonald)
11-23-1925 New York, New York Harmony
70-H
Cornfed!
(Bob Effros / Phil Wall)
5-12-1927 New York, New York Harmony
545-H
Dynamite
Vocal Chorus by Don Redman

(Jack Palmer / Fletcher Henderson)
4-14-1926 New York, New York Harmony
209-H
Feelin' Good
(from "Rain Or Shine")

(Murphy / Yellen)
4-6-1928 New York, New York Harmony
636-H
Diva
2636-G
Fidgety Feet
(Nick La Rocca / Larry Sheids)
1-20-1927 New York, New York Harmony
Florida Stomp
(Coleman Hawkins)
12-22-1925 New York, New York Harmony
88-H
Get It Fixed
Vocal Chorus by Don Redman

(Williams)
12-22-1925 New York, New York Harmony
88-H
Goose Pimples
(Jo Trent / Fletcher Henderson)
10-24-1927 New York, New York Harmony
545-H
Hard To Get Gertie
(Milton Ager / Jack Yellen)
3-22-1926 New York, New York Harmony
197-H
Have It Ready
(Fletcher Henderson)
1-20-1927 New York, New York Harmony
467-H
Hi-Diddle-Diddle
(Carleton Coon / Hal Keidel)
3-22-1926 New York, New York Harmony
179-H
Honey Bunch 3-29-1926 New York, New York Gennett
I'm Feeling Devilish
(Oh By Golly Oh)

(Maceo Pinkard)
4-6-1928 New York, New York Harmony
974-H
I've Found A New Baby
Vocal Chorus by Don Redman

(Jack Palmer / Spencer Williams)
1-20-1926 New York, New York Harmony
121-H
Jack Ass Blues
(Mel Stitzel / Art Kassel)
5-14-1926 New York, New York Harmony
166-H
Nervous Charlie Stomp
(Nichols / Crozier)
1-20-1926 New York, New York Harmony
153-H
Off To Buffalo
(Joe Candullo / L. Carroll)
10-10-1926 New York, New York Harmony
299-H
Oh Baby!
(Owen Murphy)
4-6-1928 New York, New York Harmony
636-H
Diva
2636-G
Panama
(Will Tyers)
12-22-1925 New York, New York Harmony
92-H
Snag It
(King Oliver)
1-20-1927 New York, New York Harmony
353-H
Spanish Shawl
(Elmer Schoebel)
11-23-1925 New York, New York Harmony
70-H
Static Strut
(Phil Wall / Jack Yellen)
4-14-1926 New York, New York Harmony
197-H
St. Louis Blues
(W.C. Handy)
5-12-1927 New York, New York Harmony
451-H
Velvet Tone
1451-V
Diva
2451-G
St. Louis Shuffle
(Fats Waller / Jack Pettis)
3-23-1927 New York, New York Harmony
467-H
Tampeeko
(Louis Panico / Elmer Schoebel)
3-22-1926 New York, New York Harmony
166-H
The Stampede 5-14-1926 New York, New York Harmony
The Wabash Blues
(Meinken / Ringle)
3-23-1927 New York, New York Harmony
407-H
Variety Stomp
(Fletcher Henderson / Jo Jo Trent / Sonny Greer)
5-12-1927 New York, New York Harmony
451-H
Velvet Tone
1451-V
Diva
2451-G
The Wang Wang Blues
(Gus Mueller / Bert Johnson / Henry Busse)
3-23-1927 New York, New York Harmony
407-H
When Spring Comes Peeping Through
(Al Bernard / Sam Stept)
3-29-1926 New York, New York Gennett
Artist Instrument
Buster Bailey Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
June Cole Bass
Charlie Dixon Banjo
Jimmy Harrison Trombone
Coleman Hawkins Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Bass Saxophone
Fletcher Henderson Piano
Kaiser Marshall Drums
Benny Morton Trombone
Jerome Pasquall Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Tommy Ladnier Trumpet
Don Redman Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Arranger
Joe Smith Trumpet
Russell Smith Trumpet