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Jess Stacy

Jess Alexandria Stacy ( Jesse Alexander Stacy; August 11, 1904 – January 1, 1995) was an American jazz pianist who gained prominence during the swing era. He may be best-remembered for his years with the Benny Goodman band during the late 1930s, particularly his performance at Goodman's Carnegie Hall concert in 1938.

Birth and Death Data: Born August 11, 1904 (Missouri), Died January 1, 1995 (Los Angeles)

Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1935 - 1956

Roles Represented in DAHR: piano

Notes: Surname sometimes spelled "Stacey" on disc labels.

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Recordings (Results 226-250 of 267 records)

Company Matrix No. Size First Recording Date Title Primary Performer Description Role Audio
Decca DLA 2907 10-in. 2/17/1942 Black zephyr Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca DLA 2908 10-in. 2/17/1942 Blue surreal Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca DLA 2909 10-in. 2/17/1942 Chain gang Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca DLA 2910 10-in. 2/17/1942 Ec-Stacy Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca DLA 2928 10-in. 3/3/1942 Poor you Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca DLA 2929 10-in. 3/3/1942 I'll keep the lovelight burning Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca DLA 2930 10-in. 3/3/1942 Don't sit under the apple tree Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca DLA 2931 10-in. 3/3/1942 Last call for love Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca DLA 2932 10-in. 3/3/1942 Dear old Donegal Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca DLA 2989 10-in. 5/25/1942 Lazy Bing Crosby instrumentalist, piano  
Decca DLA 2990 10-in. 5/25/1942 Let's start the New Year right Bing Crosby instrumentalist, piano  
Decca DLA 2991 10-in. 5/25/1942 I've got plenty to be thankful for Bing Crosby instrumentalist, piano  
Decca DLA 2996 10-in. 5/27/1942 I'll capture your heart Fred Astaire ; Bing Crosby instrumentalist, piano  
Decca DLA 2998 10-in. 5/27/1942 When my dreamboat comes home Bing Crosby instrumentalist, piano  
Decca DLA 2999 10-in. 5/27/1942 Walking the floor over you Bing Crosby instrumentalist, piano  
Decca L 3059 10-in. 6/26/1942 I hung my head and cried Mary Lee instrumentalist, piano  
Decca L 3060 10-in. 6/26/1942 You're my darling Mary Lee instrumentalist, piano  
Decca L 3061 10-in. 6/26/1942 The end of the world Mary Lee instrumentalist, piano  
Decca L 3062 10-in. 6/26/1942 You broke my heart, my darling Mary Lee instrumentalist, piano  
Decca L 3091 10-in. 7/13/1942 Anchors aweigh Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca L 3092 10-in. 7/13/1942 Over there Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca L 3109 10-in. 7/19/1942 Where do we go from here? Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca L 3110 10-in. 7/19/1942 The caissons go rolling along Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca L 3111 10-in. 7/19/1942 Semper paratus Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca L 3112 10-in. 7/20/1942 (Pack up your trouble in your old kit bag and) Smile, smile, smile Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
(Results 226-250 of 267 records)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Stacy, Jess," accessed June 13, 2024, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/345018.

Stacy, Jess. (2024). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved June 13, 2024, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/345018.

"Stacy, Jess." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2024. Web. 13 June 2024.

DAHR Persistent Identifier

URI: https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/345018

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