Dixieland Jubilee Album Discography
By Dave Edwards, Mike Callahan, and Patrice Eyries
Last update: May 12, 2007

The Dixieland Jubilee Record Label was a subsidiary of the GNP label. It was owned by Gene Norman and Frank Bull. Technically, it started in 1956, but the first album was actually issued in 1955 on the Gene Norman Presents label. The President of the label was Gene Norman and the output was Dixieland jazz.

The Dixieland Jubilee was an off-white with black print. The Dixieland Jubilee logo was at the top left. Many of these Dixieland Jubilee albums were reissued in the late 1960s and later with a GNP- Crescendo label inside a Dixieland Jubilee jacket. Later issues in the series, specifically the albums by Jack Daniel's Original Silver Cornet Band (524-527) were issued on the GNP-Crescendo label outright.

We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail. Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no association with Dixieland Jubilee Records or GNP-Crescendo Records. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography, we suggest you visit the GNP-Crescendo web site or see our Frequently Asked Questions page and follow the instructions found there. This story and discography are copyright 2007 by Mike Callahan.



Number - Title - Artist - [Release Date] Contents

DJ/SDJ 500 Series:

Vol. 11 - Teddy Buckner - Teddy Buckner [1955] This is probably what would have been DJ-501. Issued on red vinyl. Band includes Art Edwards, Joe Darensbourg, Harvey O. Brooks, and Jesse Sailes. This is numbered "Gene Norman Presents, Vol. 11," but the label is the Dixieland Jubilee label (although it may originally have been issued with the blue Gene Norman Presents label).

DJ 502 (GNP-161) - New Orleans All Stars in Concert at the Dixieland Jubilee - New Orleans All Stars [1956] Recorded in 1954. That's a-Plenty/Tailgate Ramble/I'm Going Home/La Vie En Rose/Farewell Blues/Old Grey Bonnet//Christopher Columbus/The Blues/Bugle Call Rag/Basin Street Blues/You Rascal You/Struttin' With Some Bar-B-Que

GNPD 502 - New Orleans All Stars in Concert at the Dixieland Jubilee - New Orleans All Stars [199?] CD reissue of above album. Recorded in 1954. That's a-Plenty/Tailgate Ramble/I'm Going Home/La Vie En Rose/Farewell Blues/Old Grey Bonnet//Christopher Columbus/The Blues/Bugle Call Rag/Basin Street Blues/You Rascal You/Struttin' With Some Bar-B-Que

DJ 503 - Teddy Buckner in Concert at the Dixieland Jubilee - Teddy Buckner [1956] Sweet Georgia Brown/Chime Blues/Tailgate Ramble/Tin Roof Blues/Chinatown, My Chinatown/That's My Home/How You Gonna Keep Them Down On the Farm/Bluin' the Blues

DJ 504 - Frank Bull and Gene Norman Present Dixieland Jubilee - Various Artists [4/57] Reissue of the 10" Decca LP of the same name [DL 7022]. Recorded at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on October 7, 1949. Artists include Kid Ory's Creole Band, the Castle Jazz Band, Charlie Lavere's Chicago Loopers, Pete Daily's Chicagoans, and the Massed Jazz Bands including the Firehouse Five Plus Two. Tiger Rag/High Society/Who's Sorry Now/Muskrat Ramble/South Rampart Street Parade/Eh, La Bas/Twelfth Street Rag/Savoy Blues/I Never Knew/Dipper Mouth Blues

DJ 505/DJ 505S - Salute to Louis Armstrong - Teddy Buckner [1957] Stereo released in 1959. Potato Head Blues/Black & Blue/My Bucket's Got a Hole In It/Save It, Pretty Mama/My Monday Date/Big Butter & Egg Man/Savoy Blues/Someday/Squeeze Me/High Society

GNPD 505 - Salute to Louis Armstrong - Teddy Buckner [1992] Reissue of SDJ 505 on compact disc, along with additional tracks. Tracks marked with an asterisk (*) are by Teddy Buckner and His Dixieland Five; tracks marked with a plus (+) are by Teddy Buckner & His All Stars. *That's My Home/*Oh! Didn't He Ramble - Teddy Buckner & His Dixieland Five/Struttin' With Some Barbecue/Potato Head Blues/My Bucket's Got a Hole in It/My Monday Date/Big Butter and Egg Man/Savoy Blues/Someday/Squeeze Me/High Society/Black and Blue/Save It, Pretty Mama/+Mahogany Hall Stomp/+St. Louis Blues/+Tiger Rag/Mack the Knife/*When the Saints Go Marching In

DJ 506 - Dixieland Riot with the Cell Block Seven - Cell Block Seven [11/57] Jericho/Cherry Pink & Charlie Applewhite/Bill Bailey/Bonaparte's Retreat/Yes Sir, That's My Baby/St. James Infirmary/Sweet Georgia Brown/Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me/Tin Roof Blues/When You're Smilin'

DJ 507/SDJ 507 - Teddy Buckner & the All Stars - Teddy Buckner & All Stars [1958] With Trummy Young, Edmond Hall, Billy Kyle, Danny Barcelona, and Mort Herbert. Stereo released in 1959. Jazz Me Blues/You Made Me Love You/Alexander's Ragtime Band/Mahogany Hall Stomp/Indiana//Bugle Call Rag/Careless Love/St. Louis Blues/Margie/Tiger Rag

DJ 508/DJ 508S - Wild Bill Davison Plays the Greatest of the Greats - Wild Bill Davison [1/59] Hindustan/Embraceable You/When It's Sleepy Time Down South/Singin' the Blues/Memories of You/When the Saints Go Marchin' In//Ida/You Made Me Love You/When You're Smiling/Mood Indigo/I Can't Get Started/Begin the Beguine

DJ 509

DJ 510/SDJ 510 - Teddy Buckner on the Sunset Strip - Teddy Buckner [1960] Dixieland One- Step/Mack the Knife/Weary Blues/She's a Good Good Woman/Colonel Bogey March/China Boy/St. James Infirmary/I'm Crazy About Dixieland/Down In Jungletown

DJ 511

DJ 512/SDJ 512 - New Orleans Heritage Hall Jazz Band - New Orleans Heritage Hall Jazz Band [196?] Bourbon St. Parade/Slide Frog, Slide/Bill Bailey (Vocal: Blanche Thomas)/Second Line/Petite Fleur/Bogalusa Strut//Muskrat Ramble (Vocal: Alvin Alcorn)/Tin Roof Blues/Basin Street Blues (Vocal: Blanche Thomas)/Fidgety Feet/Tiger Rag

DJ 513

DJ 514

DJ 515

DJ 516/SDJ 516 - Teddy Buckner at the Crescendo - Teddy Buckner [196?]12th Street Rag/Snag It!/Milenberg Joys/Winin' Boy Blues//Panama/Farewell Blues/I Want To Linger/Dipper Mouth Blues/I've Found A New Baby

DJ 517

DJ 518/SDJ 518 - New Orleans Parade - New Orleans All Star Marching Band [196?] Reissued on CD as GNP-Crescendo GNPD 518. Didn't He Ramble/Second Line (Joe Avery's Blues)/Sweet Bye & Bye/Bourbon St. Parade/High Society//Just A Closer Walk With Thee/Second Line/Hindustan/Down By The Riverside/When The Saints Go Marching In

DJ 519 - Edward Kid Ory and His Creole Band at the Dixieland Jubilee - Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band [1980] Recorded in 1948 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Band includes Kid Ory (trombone), Lloyd Glenn (piano), Joe Darensbourg (clarinet), Teddy Buckner (trumpet), Ed Garland (bass), and Minor Hall (drums). Fanfare - Frank Bull Intro/Shine/Eh La Bas' (Ory Vocal)/12th Street Rag/Blues For Jimmy Noone/Tiger Rag//Gene Norman Intro/Milenberg Joys/Muskrat Ramble (Ory Vocal)/St. Louis Blues/Maryland, My Maryland

SDJ 520

SDJ 521

SDJ 522

SDJ 523

Subsequent issues are on the GNP-Crescendo label.

GNPD 524 - Hometown Saturday Night - Jack Daniel's Original Silver Cornet Band [1992] Recorded 1982. Waiting For The Robert E. Lee/Shenandoah/How To Build A Band/The Three Trees/Londonderry Aire/Rainbow Ripples/Poor Butterfly/Charleston/Stephen Foster Medley/Una Voce Poco Fa/Lassus Trombone/ Mr. Jack/That's A-Plenty/When The Saints Go Marching In/Let Me Demonstrate/Tennessee Squire Dance/Amazing Grace

GNPD 525 - On Tour Across America - Jack Daniel's Original Silver Cornet Band [1994] Recorded 1985. At A Georgia Camp Meeting/Entry Of The Gladiators/I Dream Of Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair/George M. Cohen Medley (Give My Love To Broadway-Mary-It's A Grand Flag)/Go Tell It On The Mountain/It's A Long Way To Tipperary//HMS Pinafore Medley (We Sail The Ocean Blue-A Maiden Fair To See-I Am A Monarch Of The Sea-He Is An Englishman)/Rocked In The Cradle Of The Deep/Everybody's Doing It/After The Ball/Jovial Jaspers/Rocky Top

GNPD 526 - Cornets for Christmas - Jack Daniel's Original Silver Cornet Band [1995] Recorded 1989. Wassall Song/Good Christian Men, Rejoice!/Pat-A-Pan/Jesu Bambino/Coventry Carol/Children, Go Where I Send Thee/We Wish You A Merry Christmas/The Little Drummer Boy/The Holly And The Ivy/Good King Wenceslaus/12 Days Of A Tennesse Christmas/The Bells Of Lynchburg/What Child Is This?/Deck The Halls/O Holy Night/Halleluiah Chorus /O Tannenbaum/Alleluia/Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming/God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen/Toyland/God Be With You 'Til We Meet Again

GNPD 527 - Cornet Marmalade - Jack Daniel's Original Silver Cornet Band [1994] Original Dixieland One-Step/Cornet Marmalade/After You've Gone/Alexander's Ragtime Band/Do You Know What Means To Miss New Orleans//Copenhagen/High Society/Twelfth Street Rag/Just A Little Closer Walk With Thee/Sacramento Jubilee

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