|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Teardrops / Page Boy Shuffle||2||Audio||1949||King Records (3)|
|2||Raw Meat / Blue Shadows||2||Audio||King Records (3)|
|3||Blowin' In From K.C.||8||Audio||1983||Uptown Records (2)|
|4||Page Boy Shuffle / Tick Tock||2||Audio||King Records (3)|
|5||Page Boy Shuffle / Tick Tock||2||Audio||Oldies But Goodies|
|7||Wham-A-Lam / Artistry In Moods||2||Audio||1950||King Records (3)|
|8||Raw Meat / Blue Shadows||2||Audio||1950||King Records (3)|
|9||Rollin' The Blues / Star Mist||2||Audio||1950||King Records (3)|
|10||For Boobs Only / Don't Blame Me||2||Audio||1945||Melodisc (7)|
American jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, and occasional vocalist, born June 19, 1909 in Uniontown, Pennsylvania; died August 3, 1986 in Kansas City, Kansas. Notable performances include: "Baby Won't You Please Come Home", "Wham", "Bugs Parade", "Posin'" and "What's Your Story, Morning Glory?".
Recorded and played with several artists, including [a=Horace Henderson] (alto saxophone, 1929-30), [a=Stuff Smith] (tenor saxophone, 1930-31), and most notably with [a=Jimmie Lunceford] (tenor saxophone, clarinet and vocals, 1932-47), whose band he took over with [a=Edwin Wilcox] after Lunceford's death.
He left the music business in the mid-1950s to work in the family undertaking business. In the 1960s he started to play again occasionally.