These are among the first records released in the style of music that would later be called Western Swing. This style has also been called "hot fiddling" or "hot string band" and it developed in Texas and Oklahoma the during the late 1920s and 1930s. The style combined Blues, Ragtime, Jazz and old-time fiddle music and was meant for dancing.
|Title||Recording Date||Recording Location||Company|
|Cemetery Sal||10-18-1928||Dallas, Texas||Brunswick 4268|
|Graveyard Blues||10-18-1928||Dallas, Texas||Brunswick 4268|
|It Keeps On Raining||10-18-1928||Dallas, Texas||Brunswick 4265|
|Match-Box Blues||10-18-1928||Dallas, Texas||Brunswick 4265|
|Felix St. Clair?||Violin|
|Cy McNally?||Guitar, Vocals|