Henry James "Red" Allen (January 7, 1908 – April 17, 1967) was an American jazz trumpeter and vocalist whose style has been claimed to be the first to fully incorporate the innovations of Louis Armstrong.
Birth and Death Data: Born January 7th, 1908 (New Orleans), Died April 17th, 1967 (New York City)
Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1929 - 1944
Roles Represented in DAHR: vocalist, trumpet, director, cornet, composer
Notes: Also known as Henry "Red" Allen.
Recordings (Results 126-150 of 171 records)
|Company||Matrix No.||Size||First Recording Date||Title||Primary Performer||Description||Role||Audio|
|Decca||66959||10-in.||12/13/1939||Lu's blues||Blue Lu Barker||vocalist|
|Decca||66984||10-in.||12/18/1939||Poor old Joe||Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra||vocalist|
|Decca||66985||10-in.||12/18/1939||You're a lucky guy||Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra||vocalist|
|Decca||66986||10-in.||12/18/1939||You're just a no account||Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra||vocalist|
|Decca||66987||10-in.||12/18/1939||Bye and bye||Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra||vocalist|
|Decca||67044||10-in.||1/11/1940||Another little girl||Lee Brown ; Lee Brown||vocalist|
|Decca||67045||10-in.||1/11/1940||Ripley rumpling blues||Lee Brown ; Lee Brown||vocalist|
|Decca||67046||10-in.||1/11/1940||Rolling stone||Lee Brown ; Lee Brown||vocalist|
|Decca||67047||10-in.||1/11/1940||Perlina blues||Lee Brown ; Lee Brown||vocalist|
|Decca||67048||10-in.||1/11/1940||Cross the Santa Fe||Lee Brown ; Lee Brown||vocalist|
|Decca||67049||10-in.||1/11/1940||Howling man blues||Lee Brown ; Lee Brown||vocalist|
|Decca||67050||10-in.||1/11/1940||Midnight dream||Lee Brown ; Lee Brown||vocalist|
|Decca||67271||10-in.||3/5/1940||When they play them blues||Frankie Half Pint Jaxon||vocalist|
|Decca||67272||10-in.||3/5/1940||Something's goin' on wrong||Frankie Half Pint Jaxon||vocalist|
|Decca||67273||10-in.||3/5/1940||Wasn't it nice||Frankie Half Pint Jaxon||vocalist|
|Decca||67274||10-in.||3/5/1940||You know jam don't shake||Frankie Half Pint Jaxon||vocalist|
|Decca||67321||10-in.||3/14/1940||Hep cat's ball||Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra||vocalist|
|Decca||67322||10-in.||3/14/1940||You've got me voodoo'd||Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra||vocalist|
|Decca||67323||10-in.||3/14/1940||Harlem stomp||Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra||vocalist|
|Decca||67324||10-in.||3/14/1940||Wolverine blues||Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra||vocalist|
|Decca||67325||10-in.||3/14/1940||Lazy 'sippi steamer||Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra||vocalist|
|Decca||67648||10-in.||5/1/1940||Sweethearts on parade||Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra||vocalist|
|Decca||67649||10-in.||5/1/1940||You run your mouth, I'll run my business||Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra||vocalist|
|Decca||67650||10-in.||5/1/1940||Cut off my legs and call me Shorty||Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra||vocalist|
|Decca||67651||10-in.||5/1/1940||Cain and Abel||Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra||vocalist|
Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Allen, Henry," accessed March 8, 2021, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/103481.
Allen, Henry. (2021). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved March 8, 2021, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/103481.
"Allen, Henry." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2021. Web. 8 March 2021.
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