A very young Mary Lou Williams plays on these records under the stage name of Mary Lou Burleigh. The band is her future husband's group. They had recorded a month earlier with a vaudeville vocalist under the name of Jeanette James and her Synco Jazzers. The March 5th, 1927 recording session was released under the names of Duke Jackson's Seranaders (Gennett), Bud Helms and his Band (Champion), and as John Williams and his Memphis Stompers (Black Patti).

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Down In Gallion
(John Williams)
2-1927 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12457-B
Goose Grease
(John Williams)
2-1927 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12457-A
Pee Wee Blues
(John Williams)
3-5-1927 Chicago, Illinois Gennett
6124
Gennett
40109
Champion
15285
Black Patti
8009
Now Cut Loose
(John Williams)
3-5-1927 Chicago, Illinois Gennett
6124
Gennett
40109
Black Patti
8009
Artist Instrument
Bradley Bullett Trombone
Mary Lou Burleigh Piano
Henry McCord Trumpet
Robert Price Drums
Joe Williams Banjo
John Williams Alto Saxophone, Bass Saxophone