Mill's Ten Black Berries was a pseudonym for the Duke Ellington Orchestra.
Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Black And Tan Fantasy
(Duke Ellington / Bubber Miley)
6-12-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
Double Check Stomp
(Barney Bigard / Irving Mills)
6-12-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
Double Check Stomp (2)
(Barney Bigard / Irving Mills)
6-12-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
East St. Louis Toodle-Oo
(Duke Ellington / Bubber Miley)
4-3-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
East St. Louis Toodle-Oo (2)
(Duke Ellington / Bubber Miley)
4-3-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
Hot And Bothered
(Duke Ellington)
6-12-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
Jungle Blues (1)
(Jelly Roll Morton)
1-29-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
Jungle Blues (2)
(Jelly Roll Morton)
1-29-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
The Mooche
(Duke Ellington / Irving Mills)
4-3-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
Ragamuffin Romeo 4-3-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
Rent Party Blues (1)
(Duke Ellington / Johnny Hodges)
1-29-1930 New York, New York Cameo
0194-B
Rent Party Blues (2)
(Duke Ellington / Johnny Hodges)
1-29-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
Rent Party Blues (3)
(Duke Ellington / Johnny Hodges)
1-29-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
St. James Infirmary (1)
Vocal Refrain by Sunny Smith

(Primrose)
1-29-1930 New York, New York Cameo
0194-A
St. James Infirmary (2)
(Primrose)
1-29-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
St. James Infirmary (3)
(Primrose)
1-29-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
Sweet Mama (1)
(Duke Ellington / Irving Mills)
6-12-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
Sweet Mama (2)
(Duke Ellington / Irving Mills)
6-12-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
The Mooche
(Duke Ellington / Irving Mills)
4-3-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
The Mooche (2)
(Duke Ellington / Irving Mills)
4-3-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
When Your Smiling (1)
(Mark Fisher / Joe Goodwin / Larry Shay)
1-29-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
When Your Smiling (3)
(Mark Fisher / Joe Goodwin / Larry Shay)
1-29-1930 New York, New York American
Recording Company
Artist Instrument
Barney Bigard Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone
Wellman Braud Bass
Harry Carney Clarinet, Alto and Baritone Saxophone
Duke Ellington Piano
Sonny Greer Drums
Fred Guy Banjo
Johnny Hodges Clarinet, Saprano and Alto Saxophone
Freddy Jenkins Trumpet
Irving Mills aka Sunny Smith Vocals
Joe Nanton Trombone
Arthur Whetsel Trumpet
Cootie Williams Trumpet

A special thanks to Dave Dixon, for his help with this discography.