Charles Remue and his New Stompers Orchestra was from Brussels, Belgium. They were one of the best European jazz bands of the 1920s, unfortunately they were only together for less than a year. They disbanded and the leader of the band Charles Remue left to take a job with the Savoy Orpheans.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Ain't She Sweet
(Milton Ager)
7-28-1927 London, England Edison Bell
Allahabad (Pearl Of The East)
(David Bee / Peter Packay)
7-28-1927 London, England Edison Bell
Doctor Jazz
(King Oliver)
7-28-1927 London, England Edison Bell
High Fever
(Joe Sanders)
7-27-1927 London, England Edison Bell
Lucky Day
(Ray Hendersonb)
7-28-1927 London, England Edison Bell
Pamplona
(Bee / Packay)
7-27-1927 London, England Edison Bell
Roll Up The Carpets
(T. Nixon)
7-27-1927 London, England Edison Bell
Sha-Wan-Da-Moo
(L. St. Cyr)
7-27-1927 London, England Edison Bell
Slippery Elm
(Boyd Senter)
7-27-1927 London, England Edison Bell
Slow Gee-Gee
(David Bee / Peter Packay)
7-28-1927 London, England Edison Bell
Tempekoe
(Louis Panico / Elmer Schoebel)
7-27-1927 London, England Edison Bell
The Bridge of Avignon
(David Bee / Peter Packay)
7-28-1927 London, England Edison Bell
The Far Away Bells
(Westell Gordon)
7-28-1927 London, England Edison Bell
Vladivostok
(David Bee / Peter Packay)
7-27-1927 London, England Edison Bell
Artist Instrument
Harry Belein Drums
Stan Brenders Piano
Alphonse Cox Cornet
Gaston Frederic Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone
Remy Glorieux Bass Brass
Henri Leonard Trombone
Charles Remue Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Leader