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TitleIke Quebec - Discography
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NYC. Aug. 15, 1945
Broadcast from "Cafe Zanzibar", listed in Jazz Records 1942-80 as issued on
Metronome(Am) MNR1211. However, this is a mystery LP, obviously compiled
from various sources and periods. Only the following two titles seem to be from the
IQ period, the rest will be found under "UNKNOWN - late 40s":

Foo A Little Bally Hoo Solo with orch 16 bars. (FM)

Frantic On The Atlantic Solo 32 bars. (FM)

NYC. Aug. 27, 1945
AFRS ONS No. 749 from the New Zanzibar Club, not available.

This Is It

If This Isn't Love

Zanzi

Along The Navajo Trail

A Friend Of Yours

Dinah

Afternoon Moon

Russian Lullaby

NYC. Sept. 7, 1945
AFRS ONS No. 727 from the New Zanzibar Club.

Theme Solo 16 bars, first 8 with announcer. (M)

Exactly Like You Solo 16 bars. (FM)

Willow Weep For Me No solo.

There I Go Dreaming Again No solo.

Coastin' No solo.

I Should Care No solo.

One O'Clock Jump Solo 48 bars. (FM)

Nein, Nein No solo.

Blue Skies Solo 32 bars. (FM)

Theme No solo.

CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA NYC. Sept. 11, 1945
Russell Smith, Jonah Jones, Paul Webster, Shad Collins (tp), Tyree Glenn, John
Haughton, Fred Robinson, Quentin Jackson (tb), Hilton Jefferson, Robert Dorsey
(as), Al Gibson, Ike Quebec (ts), Rudy Powell (cl, as, bar), Dave Rivera (p), Danny
Barker (g), Milt Hinton (b), J. C. Heard (dm), Cab Calloway (vo, ldr).
Three titles were recorded for Columbia, but no IQ.

CAB CALLOWAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA NYC. Nov. 13, 1945
Russell Smith, Jonah Jones, Paul Webster, Shad Collins, Roger Jones (tp), Tyree
Glenn, Keg Johnson, Fred Robinson, Quentin Jackson (tb), Hilton Jefferson, Robert
Dorsey (as), Al Gibson, Ike Quebec (ts), Rudy Powell (cl, as, bar), Dave Rivera (p),
Danny Barker (g), Milt Hinton (b), Buford Oliver (dm), Cab Calloway (vo, ldr).
Two titles were recorded for Columbia, tenorsax solo 8 bars (M) on "Honey
Dripper" does not sound like IQ, the other one, "Afternoon Moon" is reported to
have no tenorsax solo.

NYC. Jan. 16, 1946
AFRS ONS No. 851 from the New Zanzibar Cafe, not available.

49th And Broadway

If This Isn't Love

Blue Serge Suit

9:20 Special

Afternoon Moon

One O'Clock Jump

The More I See You

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