The leader of the Saxo Sextette was Billy Markwith who was a former member of the Six Brown Brothers.

Thanks to Bruce Vermazen for his help with this page.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Allah's Holiday
Introducing Charms are Fairest When They Are Hidden

(Rudolph Friml)
1-24-1917 New York, New York Columbia
A2203
All Blues Medley
Hesitation Blues, Joyman Blues

(Smythe)
1-11-1917 New York, New York Columbia
A2196
American Patrol
(F.W. Meacham)
11-1916 New York, New York Columbia
A2195
Bull Frog Blues
(Gus Shrigley / Tom Brown)
11-1916 New York, New York Columbia
A2194
Call Of The Nation
(Wending)
11-1916 New York, New York Columbia
A2195
Follow Me 1-24-1917 New York, New York Columbia
A2205
Miss Springtime
(Emmerich Kalman)
1-24-1917 New York, New York Columbia
A2205
My Castle In The Air
(Jerome Kern)
2-1-1917 New York, New York Columbia
A2205
Policy King March
(Allard)
1-11-1917 New York, New York Columbia
A2196
Swanee-Ripples
(Walter E. Blaufuss)
11-1916 New York, New York Columbia
A2194
What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me 2-1-1917 New York, New York Columbia
A2205
Artist Instrument
Billy Markwith Alto Saxophone, Leader
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