George Brunis

George Clarence Brunies (February 6, 1902 – November 19, 1974), a.k.a. Georg Brunis, was a jazz trombonist who was part of the dixieland revival. He was known as "The King of the Tailgate Trombone".

Birth and Death Data: Born February 6, 1902 (New Orleans), Died November 19, 1974 (Chicago)

Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1923 - 1942

Roles Represented in DAHR: trombone, composer, vocalist, kazoo

Notes: Name appears on Columbia disc label as "Brunels."

See Also: New Orleans Rhythm Kings

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Recordings (Results 26-50 of 58 records)

Company Matrix No. Size First Recording Date Title Primary Performer Description Role Audio
Victor BS-062861 10-in. 3/19/1941 Stop the war (The cats are killin' themselves) Wingy Manone Orchestra Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo instrumentalist, trombone  
Columbia W140710 10-in. 6/22/1925 Tin roof blues Ted Lewis and his Band Jazz/dance band composer  
Columbia W143433 10-in. 3/7/1927 Tin roof blues Sol Hoopii's Novelty Trio Instrumental trio (Hawaiian) composer  
OKeh S-71605 10-in. June 1923 Tin roof blues Harry Raderman's Jazz Orchestra Jazz/dance band composer  
Brunswick E27684 10-in. 6/11/1928 Tin roof blues Dixie Syncopators ; King Oliver Jazz/dance band composer  
Decca 38608 10-in. 9/12/1934 San Antonio shout New Orleans Rhythm Kings instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca 38609 10-in. 9/12/1934 Tin roof blues New Orleans Rhythm Kings instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca 38610 10-in. 9/12/1934 Panama New Orleans Rhythm Kings instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca 38611 10-in. 9/12/1934 Jazz it blues New Orleans Rhythm Kings instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca 38734 10-in. 9/26/1934 Bluin' the blues New Orleans Rhythm Kings instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca 38735 10-in. 9/26/1934 Ostrich walk New Orleans Rhythm Kings instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca 38736 10-in. 9/26/1934 Original Dixieland one-step New Orleans Rhythm Kings instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca 38737 10-in. 9/26/1934 Sensation New Orleans Rhythm Kings instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca 39378 10-in. 2/20/1935 Baby brown New Orleans Rhythm Kings instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca 39379 10-in. 2/20/1935 No lovers allowed New Orleans Rhythm Kings instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca 39380 10-in. 2/20/1935 (Oh! Susanna) Dust off that old piano New Orleans Rhythm Kings instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca 39381 10-in. 2/20/1935 Since we fell out of love New Orleans Rhythm Kings instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca 71001 10-in. 7/6/1942 Chimes blues Joe Marsala and his Chosen Seven instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca 71002 10-in. 7/6/1942 Sweet Mama Joe Marsala and his Chosen Seven instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca 71003 10-in. 7/6/1942 Walkin' the dog Joe Marsala and his Chosen Seven instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca 71004 10-in. 7/6/1942 Lazy Daddy Joe Marsala and his Chosen Seven instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca DLA 1317 10-in. 4/16/1938 Sweetheart of Sigma Chi Ted Lewis and his Band instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca DLA 1318 10-in. 4/16/1938 Goodnight (Waltz) Ted Lewis and his Band instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca DLA 1319 10-in. 4/16/1938 When my baby smiles at me Ted Lewis and his Band instrumentalist, trombone  
Decca DLA 1320 10-in. 7/16/1938 Wear a hat with a silver lining Ted Lewis and his Band instrumentalist, trombone  
(Results 26-50 of 58 records)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Brunis, George," accessed December 2, 2022, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/109721.

Brunis, George. (2022). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved December 2, 2022, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/109721.

"Brunis, George." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2022. Web. 2 December 2022.

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URI: https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/109721

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