|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Annie My Own (Introducing "Scotch Bagpipes") / Coral Sea||2||Audio||1920||Emerson Records (2)|
|2||Rose Of The Orient / Venetian Moon||2||Audio||1920||Emerson Records (2)|
This was an Emerson Records studio band under the direction of Harry Raderman, comprising members of Harry Raderman's Orchestra. Their output was issued between 1920-22. Several releases by this group contain solos that are of interest as rudimentary jazz. Records by this outfit were also released under the name of "Plantation Jazz Orchestra" or "Harry Raderman's Plantation Jazz Orchestra". Some titles were also released on the Regal label under the name "Regal Jazz Syncopators" and on the Medallion label under the name "Carolina Syncopators".
This group should not be confused with [a1681653], which was a London-based jazz band directed by [a2351034] that recorded for Columbia in 1926.