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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 151-175 of 267 records)

Company Matrix No. Size First Recording Date Title Primary Performer Description Role Audio
Decca 69449 10-in. 6/30/1941 It was only a dream Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 69450 10-in. 6/30/1941 Elmer's tune Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 69451 10-in. 6/30/1941 The angels came thru Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 69452 6/30/1941 La plus que lente Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 72933 10-in. 6/14/1945 Lady be good-1 Eddie Condon Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 72934 10-in. 6/14/1945 Swanee-2 Eddie Condon Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 90445 10-in. 11/16/1935 In the dark-1 Jess Stacy instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 90446 10-in. 11/16/1935 Barrelhouse Jess Stacy instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 90447 10-in. 11/16/1935 The world is waiting for the sunrise Jess Stacy instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 90448 Go back where you stayed last night-1 Jess Stacy instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 90460 10-in. 11/19/1935 The last round-up Gene Krupa and his Chicagoans instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 90461 10-in. 11/19/1935 Jazz me blues Gene Krupa and his Chicagoans instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 90462 10-in. 11/19/1935 Three little words Gene Krupa and his Chicagoans instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 90463 10-in. 11/19/1935 Blues of Israel Gene Krupa and his Chicagoans instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 93634 10-in. 3/28/1941 Well, well Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 93635 10-in. 3/28/1941 Call it anything (It's love) Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 93636 10-in. 3/28/1941 Look at you, look at me Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 93637 10-in. 3/28/1941 Far away music Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 93638 10-in. 3/28/1941 Flamingo Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 93639 10-in. 3/29/1941 Those things I can't forget Bob Crosby's Bob Cats instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 93640 10-in. 3/29/1941 I'll keep thinking of you Bob Crosby's Bob Cats instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 93641 10-in. 3/29/1941 Precious memory Bob Crosby's Bob Cats instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 93642 10-in. 3/29/1941 I've nothing to live for now Bob Crosby's Bob Cats instrumentalist, piano  
Decca 93643 10-in. 3/29/1941 Juke box Judy Bob Crosby's Bob Cats instrumentalist, piano  
Decca DLA 2108 10-in. 8/3/1940 Cow cow blues Bob Crosby Orchestra instrumentalist, piano  
(Results 151-175 of 267 records)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Stacy, Jess," accessed June 21, 2024, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/345018.

Stacy, Jess. (2024). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved June 21, 2024, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/345018.

"Stacy, Jess." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2024. Web. 21 June 2024.

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

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