The Original Wolverines was a revival of the famous band the Wolverine Orchestra. They added the "Original" to differentiate themselves from Husk O'Hare's Wolverines, a band that Jimmy McPartland had also been a member of in the pervious year of 1926. This version of the band was under the direction of Dick Voynow the Wolverine Orchestra's original leader anf pianist. The sessions starting after May 24th of 1928 appear to have been a different band that had no relation to the Wolverine Orchestra.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
A Good Man Is Hard To Find
(Eddie Green)
10-12-1927 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
4000
Dear Old Southland
(Henry Creamer / J. Turner Layton)
5-24-1928 Chicago, Illinois Vocalion
15708
He She And Me 2-26-1929 Chicago, Illinois Vocalion
15784
I Faw Down And GO Boom!
(Brockman / Stevens)
1-29-1929 Chicago, Illinois Vocalion
15766
If I Had You 1-29-1929 Chicago, Illinois Vocalion
15766
I'll Get By
(As Long As I Have You)
12-14-1928 Chicago, Illinois Vocalion
15751
I'll Never Ask For More 1-29-1929 Chicago, Illinois Vocalion
15768
Limehouse Blues
(Douglas Furber / Philip Braham)
5-24-1928 Chicago, Illinois Vocalion
15708
My Castle In Spain Is A Shack In The Lane
(Irving Caesar / Cliff Friend)
3-25-1929 Chicago, Illinois Vocalion
15795
Royal Garden Blues
(Spencer Williams / Clarence Williams)
10-12-1927 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
4000
Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble
(Spencer Williams)
10-12-1927 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
3707
Sonny Boy 12-31-1928 Chicago, Illinois Vocalion
15732
Some Sweet Day 3-25-1929 Chicago, Illinois Vocalion
15795
Sweethearts On Parade
(Carmen Lombardo / Charles Newman)
12-14-1928 Chicago, Illinois Vocalion
15751
The New Twister
(Lillard / Krise)
10-12-1927 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
3707
There's A Rainbow Around My Shoulder 12-31-1928 Chicago, Illinois Vocalion
15732
True Blue 2-26-1929 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
4294
You're Burning Me Up
(Frisch / Bergere / Gorman)
9-20-1926 Chicago, Illinois Brunswick
3332
Artist Instrument
Maurie Bercov Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Basil DuPre Bass
Mike Durso Trombone
Fred Ham Trumpet, Leader
Harry Maxfeild Vocals
Jimmy McPartland Cornet
Vic Moore Drums
Sid Pritikan Banjo
Frank Sylvano Vocals
Frank Teschemacher ? Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Dick Voynow Piano, Director
unknown Guitar, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Saxophones, Vibes, Drums