White Keys JACKSON Co-wrote "Married Woman Blues" with Joe Turner. --Los Angeles, 1949. Wild Woman Blues BLUE RECORDS 108 New Lease Blues BLUE RECORDS 108 JANE & PA -Hollywood, 1937. Virgin Jane HOLLYWOOD HOT SHOTS 357, NOVELTY RECORDS NOV-10 Jesse James -see Hooker Joe Lil JOHNSON Blues singer who enjoyed some notoriety for her risqué race records in the 1930’s. Two of her most suggestive sides later appeared on party labels. The ARC issue on Banner, Melotone, Oriole, Perfect and Romeo labels numbered 6-05-58 was withdrawn three days after release. No word on the Vocalion issue but consecutive matrix C-1288-1 from the March 4 date was subtitled The New Hot Nuts upon its release on Vocalion 03241 a bit later in 1936. It was clearly recorded with the expectation that a substitute might be required. The Kicks pressing dates from ca.1943 and all party releases are derived from it. -acc. by piano, guitar and string bass. American Record Corp. studios, Chicago, Feb. 12, 1936. (C-1250-2) Press My Button ARC 6-05-58, Vocalion 03199, KICKS 18-A --ARC studios, Chicago, Mar. 4, 1936. (C-1287-1) Get 'Em From The Peanut Man (Hot Nuts) ARC 6-05-58, Vocalion 03199 -Anonymous dub retitled "Hot Nuts" KICKS 18-B -Anonymous dub retitled "Nuts" ZEST unnumbered (nuts) Spike Jones -see The Country Dodgers Val JOYCE --With Vincent Catanese Orchestra, New York City ca. 1942. (102) A Bit Shy PARTY RECORD COMPANY 14A, MUSICRAFT PARTY RECORD 14A (112) Putt, Putt, Puttering Gal PARTY RECORD COMPANY 14B, MUSICRAFT PARTY RECORD 14B (113) My Athletic Gal PARTY RECORD COMPANY 14C (114) Compensation PARTY RECORD COMPANY 14D Note: these were issued in albums so it is safe to assume the Musicraft release of 14C/D.