Lovie Austin and her Blues Serenaders accompanied dozens of Blues singers in the 1920s, but none as famous as the "Mother of the Blues", Ma Rainey. Tommy Ladnier contributes some nice cornet parts on these records.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Bad Luck Blues
(Lovie Austin)
12-1923 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12081-A
Barrel House Blues
(Lovie Austin)
12-1923 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12082-B
Bo-Weevil Blues
(Ma Rainey)
12-1923 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12080-A
Honey Where You Been So Long?
(Tom Delaney)
3-1924 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12200-B
Last Minute Blues
(Thomas A. Dorsey)
12-1923 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12080-B
Lucky Rock Blues
(Leslie Taylor / Kattie Winters)
3-1924 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12215-B
Ma Rainey's Mystery Record
(Thomas A. Dorsey / Early)
12-1923 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12200-A
Moonshine Blues
(Ma Rainey)
12-1923 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12083-A
Southern Blues
(Ma Rainey)
12-1923 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12083-B
Those All Night Long Blues
(Jay Guy Suddoth)
12-1923 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12081-B
Those Dogs Of Mine
(Famous Cornfield Blues)

(Ma Rainey)
3-1924 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12215-A
Walking Blues
(Ma Rainey / Lovie Austin)
12-1923 Chicago, Illinois Paramount
12082-A
Artist Instrument
Lovie Austin Piano
Charles Harris Alto Saxophone
Tommy Ladnier Cornet
Jimmy O'Bryant Clarinet
Ma Rainey Vocals