|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The Panassié Sessions||16||Audio||1967||RCA Victor|
|2||Untitled||16||Audio||1983||Classic Jazz Masters|
|3||Mezz Mezzrow With Tommy Ladnier||9||Audio||1955||His Master's Voice|
|4||"The Panassié Sessions" (1938)||17||Audio||1975||RCA|
|5||New Orleans Horns||14||Audio||1970-08-01||Milestone Records|
|6||Everybody Loves My Baby / Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None Of This Jelly Roll||2||Audio||1946||Swing (3)|
|7||Cake Walking Babies / Play That Thing||2||Audio||Storyville|
|8||Jackass Blues - Chicago Mess Around - Archive Of Jazz Volume 22||12||Audio||Archive Of Jazz (2)|
[b]Tommy Ladnier[/b] (May 28, 1900 – June 4, 1939) was an American jazz trumpeter.
In 1917 Ladnier moved north to Chicago from New Orleans, and found work in a touring band.
In 1921 he began to play with [a=King Oliver].
In 1926 he went to New York and became the hot trumpet soloist with the [a=Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra].
He traveled to Europe in 1928 and worked with [b]Benny Peyton[/b], and [a=Noble Sissle And His Sizzling Syncopators] in 1930.
In 1932 Ladnier recorded and played live with [a=Sidney Bechet] as [a=New Orleans Feetwarmers, The] but as work dried up during the Depression the duo opened the [b]Southern Tailor shop[/b] from 1933 to 1934 in New York, but it didn't work out.
Ladnier dropped out of sight for a few years, but was rediscovered in 1938, by French Jazz critic [a=Hugues Panassié].
Ladnier recorded the [r=3934097] with Bechet and [a=Mezz Mezzrow] but died suddenly in 1939 from a heart attack.
Born : May 28, 1900 in Florence, Louisiana.
Died : June 04, 1939 in Geneva, New York.