April 5, 1939: Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Lionel Hampton, Charlie Barnet , and Oscar Aleman record on the same day.Added: 2008-04-04
- Oscar Aleman: Dear Old Southland
- Louis Armstrong: Hear Me Talkin' To Ya; Save It, Pretty Mama; West End Blues; Savoy Blues
- Charlie Barnet: Echoes Of Harlem; Scotch And Soda; Only A Rose
- Count Basie: Miss Thing; Twelfth Street Rag
- Lionel Hampton: Shufflin' At The Hollywood; Sweethearts On Parade; Denison Swing; Wizzin' The Wizz
Drummer Stan Levey born in Philadelphia, PA.
Tenor player Stanley Turrentine born in Pittsburgh, PA.
Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Lionel Hampton, Charlie Barnet , and Oscar Aleman record on the same day.
Vibraphonist Lionel Hamption records "Sweethearts on Parade" featuring tenor saxophonist Chu Berry.
Saxophonist Evan Parker born in Bristol, England.
Bud Powell records session issued as "Inner Fires".
Johnny Hodges records "Blues-A-Plenty" for Verve Records.
John Patton records "Along Came John" for Blue Note Records.
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