Oh Gee! Oh Joy!         Why Do I love You?                    Ol' Man River
Sugar                            Louise                                           Do-Wacka-Doo
One Night in Havana  Waiting at the End of the Road   Miscellaneous
Cradle of Love            Baby Won't You Please Come Home   (Spectraplus analysis included)
Article in Chronicle of Higher Education About Spectral Analysis
Irving Kaufman sings on the session directed from (acoustic) Harmony by violinist Lou Raderman, who listened to the two sides in this set not long ago, and affirmed Bix's presence. Manny Klein, the straight trumpet player on these, thought he had played the jazz solos also, but it is in my belief that Bix was indeed sitting in, making the second of three records he made of Ol' Man River. The style of the improvised solos on this and "Why Do I Love You?" is too much like Bix to be anyone else.                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
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by Frank Youngwerth
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A Brief Biography  Articles in Magazines The Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Society
Bix's Musical Genius Video Tapes  Items of Special Interest
Biographies Audio Tapes Information of Related Interest
Chapters in Books Museums A Stamp for Bix in 2003
Scholarly Dissertations Miscellaneous Links to Related Sites
Obituaries Readers' Queries and Remarks Celebration of Bix's Musical Legacy

The Original 78's
Analysis of Some Recordings: Is It Bix or Not ?
Complete Compilations of Bix's Recordings
Tributes to Bix
Miscellaneous Recordings Related to Bix
In A Mist