Gennett 5184 was released as Art Landry's Syncopatin' Six and Edison Bell Winner 3872 was released under the name of the Regent Orchestra. Aditional records were released under the name of Art Landry and his Orchestra

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Bacarolle
(Offenbach)
6-1-1923 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
5170
Choo Choo Blues
(Barr / Creager)
6-16-1923 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
5184-A
Dreamy Melody
(Magine / Koehler / Naset)
6-15-1923 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
5255-A
In A Covered Wagon
(Northworth / Stover)
7-13-1923 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
5222-A
I've Been A Fool
(Frederick / Holmer / Landry / Hagen )
6-12-1923 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
5189-A
Melody in F
(Rubinstein)
6-12-1923 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
5170
Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers
(Jessel)
6-12-1923 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
5037
Poppies
(Northworth)
7-13-1923 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
5222-B
Rip Saw Blues
(Art Landry / DeKay / Magson)
6-15-1923 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
5171
Gennett
5255-B
Secrets
(Sobel / Carleton)
2-12-1923 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
5053
Edison Bell Winner 3872
Some Of These Days
(Shelton Brooks)
6-15-1923 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
5189-B
You Tell Her, I Stutter
(Fred Rose / Cliff Friend)
6-1-1923 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
5171
Artist Instrument
Glenn Bass Trombone
Sam Carr Violin, Banjo
Teddy Hall Trumpet
Dave Hart Trombone
Stan King Drums
Don Murray Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone
Zane Simms Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Tiny Whalen Trumpet