Blues singer Mary Stafford is backed up by Charlie Johnson's Orchestra on these sessions. Mary was the first African-American woman to record for Columbia Records.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Arkansas Blues
(Spencer Williams)
late 9-1921 New York City, New York Columbia
A3493
Blind Man Blues
(Green / McLarin)
late 9-1921 New York City, New York Columbia
A3493
Crazy Blues
(Perry Bradford)
early 1-1921 New York City, New York Columbia
A3365
Down Home Blues
(Tom Delaney)
late 9-1921 New York City, New York Columbia
A3511
Down Where They Play The Blues
(Maceo Pinkhard)
early 3-1921 New York City, New York Columbia
A3390
I'm Gonna Jazz My Way Straight Up Thru Paradise
(Skidmore / Walker)
early 3-1921 New York City, New York Columbia
A3390
I've Lost My Heart To The Meanest Girl In Town
(MacBoyle / Kortlander)
late 5-1921 New York City, New York Columbia
A3426
If You Don't Want Me, Send Me To My Ma
(Chris Smith)
early 5-1921 New York City, New York Columbia
A3418
Monday Morning Blues
(Norfolk Jazz Quartet)
early 11-1921 New York City, New York Columbia
A3511
Royal Garden Blues
(Spencer Williams / Clarence Williams)
early 1-1921 New York City, New York Columbia
A3365
Strut Miss Lizzie
(Henry Creamer / J. Turner Layton)
early 5-1921 New York City, New York Columbia
A3418
Wild Weeping Blues
(Spencer Williams / Maceo Pinkard)
late 5-1921 New York City, New York Columbia
A3426
Artist Instrument
George Breen Violin
Charlie Gaines Cornet
Earl Granstaff Trombone
Charlie Johnson Piano
Nelson Kincaid Alto Saxophone
Addington Major Cornet
Mary Stafford Vocals
Ben Whittet Clarinet
unknown Alto Saxophone, Banjo, Brass Bass, Clarinet, Cornet,
Piano, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone