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Graeme Bell

Graeme Bell
Aliases
Graeme Bell All Stars
Graeme Bell and His All Stars
Graeme Bell and His Australian Jazz Band
Graeme Bell & His Australian Jazz Band
Graeme Bell and His Dixieland Band
Graeme Bell & His Dixieland Jazz Band
Graeme Bell and His Dixieland Jazz Band
Graeme Bell and His Ragtime Piano
Graeme Bell's Australian Jazz Band
Graeme Bell's Ragtime Four
The New Graeme Bell Band
Real name
Graeme Emerson Bell
Born
September 7, 1914
Died
June 13, 2012
Country
Australia
IPI
00002565515 1 work
Affiliation
008
Comments
Jazz pianist, known best for playing Dixieland style. Bell was also a composer and band leader. He is sometimes referred to as the "Father of Australian Jazz". He is also co-founder of the Australian label Swaggie Records.
Member of
The Pix All-Star Australian Jazz Band
Family
Roger Bell Brother
Related
Ade Monsbourgh Trumpeter and saxophonist in Graeme Bell & His Dixieland Jazz Band

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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
i 1947 Steve Waddell's Creole Bells

Covers by Graeme Bell

Title Performer Release date Originally by
i 1947 Eva Taylor
i 1947 Ethel Waters
1947 Fred "Sugar" Hall and His Sugar Babies
i 1947 Original Dixieland Jazz Band
1947 Ladd's Black Aces
i 1947 (unknown)
i 1947 Original Dixieland Jass Band
i 1947 (unknown)
i 1947 King Oliver's Jazz Band
i 1947 Dan W. Quinn
i 1947 Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra
1947 Samuel Ash, (unknown)
i 1947 New Orleans Rhythm Kings
i 1948 (unknown)
i 1948 Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five
i 1948 Clarence Williams Stompers
i 1948 Emerson Dance Orchestra
i December 1950 The New Orleans Bootblacks
i December 1950 Jelly Roll Morton
i 1950 King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band
i 1950 Scott Joplin
i 1950 Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys
1950 Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Arthur Jarrett
i January 1951 (unknown)
i January 1951 Luis Russell & His Orchestra
January 1951 Papa Charlie Jackson
i 1951 American Symphony Orchestra
i 1951 "Standard Band"
1952 Red Onion Jazz Babies
i 1952 Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five
1952 (unknown)
1955 Lill's Hot Shots
1957 Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra
i 1960 Ray Noble and His Orchestra
1960 Bobby Darin
1960 Little Jack Little and His Orchestra
1960 Kurt Gerron, Gerald Price
i 1960 Carl T. Sprague
i 1960 Henry Mancini
i 1960 Milt Buckner
i 1960 Horace Silver Quintet
i 1960 Peerless Quartet
September 1964 Chick Bullock & His Levee Loungers
i September 1964 Barney Bigard and His Jazzopators
i September 1964 Lu Watters Yerba Buena Jazz Band
i September 1964 (unknown)
September 1964 Kammersänger Richard Tauber - Begl.: Dajos-Béla-Künstlerorchester, Leo Reisman and His Orchestra
September 1964 Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra
i 1964 Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra
i 1964 Metropolitan Orchestra
1964 Jay C. Flippen
i 1964 Adelaide Hall
1970 Lill's Hot Shots
i 1970 Ethel Ridley Acc. by The Choo Choo Jazzers
i 1970 Montana Taylor
1970 Nick Lucas "The Crooning Troubadour"
i 1970 (unknown)
i 1970 Isham Jones and His Orchestra
i 1970 Kentucky Serenaders (Original Memphis Five)
1970 (unknown), Louis Armstrong & His Savoy Ballroom Five
1970 Original Dixieland Jazz Band
i 1970 Ethel Waters and The Jazz Masters
i 1970 Original Dixieland Jass Band
i December 1974 (unknown)
i December 1974 Warner's Seven Aces - Vocal Chorus by J. L. Richmond
i December 1974 Original Dixieland Jazz Band
i December 1974 Lucille Hegamin accompanied by Harris' Blues and Jazz Seven
i December 1974 (unknown)
i December 1974 Scott Joplin
i December 1974 The Halfway House Dance Orchestra
i December 1974 Scott Joplin
i December 1974 Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers
i December 1974 Scott Joplin
1974 Prince's Band
1974 Clarence Williams [US1]
1974 (unknown)
i 1975 Edith Wilson
i 1975 Arnold Johnson and His Orchestra
1975 McKinney's Cotton Pickers with Vocal Refrain by George Thomas
i 1975 Victor Military Band
i 1975 Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five
i 1975 Len Spencer
i 1975 Eddie Nelson
i 1975 Wadsworth's Novelty Dance Orchestra
1978 Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band
1978 George Lewis and His New Orleans All Stars featuring Paul Barbarin
1978 Jelly-Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers
i 1978 Gerry Mulligan Quartet
1978 Jimmie Cox
1978 Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra
i 1980 (unknown)
1980 King Oliver and His Orchestra
i 1980 Les Brown and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Doris Day
i 1980 Ethel Waters
1980 (unknown)
i 1983 (unknown), (unknown)
1983 Ladd's Black Aces
i 1983 King Oliver's Jazz Band
i 1983 Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven
1983 Louis Armstrong & His Savoy Ballroom Five
i 1983 (unknown)
i 1983 King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band
i 1983 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
i 1983 King Oliver's Jazz Band

Songs written by Graeme Bell

Original songs

Releases

Albums

Title Performer Release date Label
A Programme by Graeme Bell and His Australian Jazz Band Graeme Bell and His Australian Jazz Band 1952 Parlophone
Jazz in Australia Volume 2 - Graeme's Jazz Graeme Bell & His Australian Jazz Band - Lazy Ade's Late Hour Boys 1955 Parlophone
Graeme Bell at the Sylvania The New Graeme Bell Band 1960 Parlophone
Graeme Bell at the Chevron Graeme Bell and His All Stars September 1964 Festival Records [AU]
Graeme Bell and His Dixieland Jazz Band Graeme Bell and His Dixieland Jazz Band 1970 Swaggie
The Music of Graeme Bell Graeme Bell December 1974 Festival Records [AU]
Czechoslovak Journey Graeme Bell & His Dixieland Jazz Band 1974 Supraphon
Club Session with Graeme Bell - Live at Malloney's Toronto June 28, 1975 The Climax Jazz Band with Graeme Bell 1975 Tormax
On the Road Graeme Bell All Stars 1978 Sea Horse Records
Graeme Bell Jazz Graeme Bell All Stars 1980 Sea Horse Records
Live in Düsseldorf Big Bill Broonzy and Graeme Bell Australian Jazz Band 1980 Raretone
Hold That Tiger Graeme Bell All Stars 1983 Sea Horse Records

EPs

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
Birmingham Bertha Graeme Bell and His Dixieland Band 1947 Pacific [FR]
Czechoslovak Journey Graeme Bell and His Dixieland Jazz Band 1947 Supraphon U
Dallas Blues Graeme Bell and His Dixieland Jazz Band 1947 Supraphon U
Just Gone Graeme Bell and His Dixieland Jazz Band 1947 Supraphon U
Ostrich Walk Graeme Bell and His Dixieland Band 1947 Pacific [FR]
Panama Rag Graeme Bell and His Dixieland Jazz Band 1947 Supraphon U
Tessa's Blues Graeme Bell & His Dixieland Jazz Band 1947 Regal Zonophone
Ugly Child Graeme Bell & His Dixieland Jazz Band 1947 Regal Zonophone
Big Chief Battle Axe Graeme Bell and His Australian Jazz Band 1948 Esquire
Come Back Sweet Papa Graeme Bell and His Australian Jazz Band 1948 Esquire
South Graeme Bell and His Australian Jazz Band 1948 Esquire
Was Leicester Square? Graeme Bell and His Australian Jazz Band 1948 Jump
Flat Foot Graeme Bell's Australian Jazz Band December 1950 Tempo Records
Canal Street Blues Graeme Bell and His Dixieland Band 1950 Vogue Music
Mississippi Mud Graeme Bell's Australian Jazz Band 1950 Swaggie
My Baby Just Cares for Me Graeme Bell 1950 Swaggie
Daddy Do Graeme Bell & His Australian Jazz Band January 1951 Tempo Records
Doctor Blues Graeme Bell January 1951 Tempo Records
Bullant Blues / I Want a Big Butter and Egg Man Graeme Bell and His Australian Jazz Band - Freddy Randall & His Band September 1951 Parlophone
Black and White Rag Graeme Bell's Ragtime Four 1951 Parlophone
Sweet Georgia Brown Graeme Bell & His Skiffle Gang with Vic Sabrino 1957 Columbia Australia