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Венути Джо

Джо Венути (Joe Venuti) справедливо считают первым великим джазовым скрипачом и называют «Отцом джазовой скрипки».

Биография

О точной дате рождения Джузеппе «Джо» Венути (Giuseppe “Joe” Venuti) до сих пор ничего не известно. Сам Джо Венути выдавал противоречивую информация о своём детстве, в том числе дате рождения, а также об образовании и воспитании. Поскольку не существует признанных записей и свидетельств о рождении, трудно сказать наверняка, какая информация является правильной.

Джо утверждал, что родился на корабле, когда его родители эмигрировали из Италии примерно в 1904 году, хотя многие считают, что он родился в Филадельфии. Он также утверждал, что он родился 4 апреля 1898 года в Лекко, Италия, или 16 сентября 1903 года в Филадельфии. Позднее он заявлял, что родился в Лекко, Италия в 1896 году, и что он приехал в США в 1906 году и поселился в Филадельфии.

Ещё ребёнком он начал изучать классическую скрипку, плоды этого в дальнейшем хорошо прослеживались в его захватывающей мелодической и ритмической технике. В школе в Филадельфии в 1913 году он встретился с гитаристом Эдди Лангом (Eddie Lang) и они начали играть вместе, сначала играя польки, изобретая вариации, но вскоре перешли на джаз. Это была случайность и награждение партнерства. С 1926 по 33 год Джо и Эдди сделали много записей, в различных небольших группах, став всемирно известными благодаря нестандартной комбинации гитары и скрипки.

В дуэте с Лангом он записал - Stringing The Blues, Black And Blue Bottom, в 1927 - Wild Cat, Sunshine. В 1926 Джо Венути собрал квартет Blue Four, в котором играли Рэд Николз (Red Nichols), Джек Тигарден (Jack Teagarden), Фрэнки Трамбауэр (Frankie Trumbauer), Адриан Роллини (Adrian Rollini), Томми Дорси и Джимми Дорси. В конце 20-х годов работал в оркестре Пола Уайтмена (Paul Whiteman), снимался в кинофильме "Король джаза" (1930). Однако наибольший успех принесли записи с малыми ансамблями, лучшими пластинками стали - Four String Joe, Dinah, The Wild Dog (1933).

Венути работал с Луи Армстронгом (Louis Armstrong), Бенни Гудменом (Benny Goodman), Dorsey Brothers, Бингом Кросби (Bing Crosby), Биксом Байдербеком (Bix Beiderbecke), Фрэнком Синьорелли (Frank Signorelli), Boswell Sisters и многими другими белыми джазменами в конце 1920 и в начале 1930-х годов. Однако, после ранней смерти Ланга в 1933 году, его карьера пошла на убыль, хотя он организовал биг-бэнд, продолжал выступать на протяжении 1930-х годов, записал серию отличных коммерческих танцевальных записей (обычно содержащих соло на скрипке). Джо был под сильным влиянием ранних западных свинговых исполнителей, таких как Сесил Брауэр (Cecil Brower), не говоря уже о том, что Ланг и Венути сами влияли на Джанго Рейнхардта (Django Reinhardt) и Стефана Граппелли (Stephane Grappelli).

После периода относительной безвестности в 1940-х и 1950-х годах (когда он стардал от алкоголизма), Джо Венути играл на скрипке и других инструментах с Джеком Стэтхэмом (Jack Statham) в Desert Inn Hotel в Лас-Вегасе. Стэтхэм возглавил несколько музыкальных групп, которые играли в Desert Inn с конца 1961 до 1965 года, в том числе Dixieland combo. Венути был с ним всё это время, и активно выступал с симфоническим оркестром Лас-Вегаса в 1960-х. Он был «заново открыт» в конце 1960-х годов, когда покончил с алкоголизмом.

В 1970 году Венути завязал музыкальные отношения с тенор-саксофонистом Зутом Симпсом (Zoot Sims), что привело к выпуску трёх альбомов. В 1976 году Джо записал альбом дуэтов Hot Sonatas с пианистом Эрлом Хайнсом (Earl Hines). Он также записал целый альбом с кантри-джазовыми музыкантами, включая исполнителя на мандолине Джетро Бернса (Jethro Burns) – альбом Homer & Jethro, гитаристом Кёрли Чокером (Curly Chalker) и бывшим аккомпаниатором Боба Уиллса (Bob Wills) гитаристом Элдоном Шэмблином (Eldon Shamblin).

В 1970-м у Джо Венути был диагностирован рак. В 70-е годы, будучи смертельно больным, продолжал играть с Бенни Гудменом, Джорджем Барнсом, Эрлом Хайнзом, Чарльзом Мингусом и Артом Блэйки. Он умер 14 августа 1978 года в Сиэтле, штат Вашингтон.

Венути оказал заметное влияние на многих скрипачей свинга и модерн-джаза в США и в Европе. Один из его самых известных европейских последователей - датский скрипач Свенд Асмуссен, создавший вместе с гитаристом Ульриком Нейманном в конце 30-х годов оркестр по образцу олл-стар-бэнда Венути - Ланга. Джо Венути был первым скрипачом-импровизатором, ориентировавшимся на фразировку духовых инструментов. Его записи с Эдди Лэнгом несомненно способствовали рождению союза Джанго Рейнхардта - Стефана Граппелли.

Техника Венути была новаторской, он имел острый, яркий тон, отличные интонации, и легко играл в любой тональности. Он разработал то, что стало известно как техника "скрипка капо", с использованием первого пальца в качестве корневого. Проявил большую изобретательность в области скрипичной исполнительской техники, звукоизвлечения. В частности, реконструировал смычок таким образом, чтобы он мог одновременно охватывать все струны на грифе, и на этой основе разработал оригинальные приемы виртуозного исполнения аккордовых последовательностей, арпеджио, пассажей.

Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang: Wild Cat

 

Joe Venuti on Dick Cavett

 

Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang - I've Found a New Baby

Дискография

78 rpm issues (1926-1946)

Columbia 914-D - Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang: Stringin' the Blues (11-8-1926; takes 8 & 11)/Black And Blue Bottom (9-26-1926)
Okeh 40762 - Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang: Sunshine (1-24-1927)/ Wild Cat (1-24-1927)
Okeh 40825 - Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang: Doin' Things (5-4-1927)/Goin' Places (5-4-1927)
Okeh 40853 - Joe Venuti's Blue Four: Kickin' The Cat (6-28-1927)/Beatin' the Dog (6-28-1927)
Okeh 40897 - Joe Venuti's Blue Four: Cheese And Crackers (9-13-1927)/A Mug Of Ale (9-13-1927)
Okeh 40947 - Joe Venuti's Blue Four: Four String Joe (11-15-1927)/Penn Beach Blues (11-15-1927)
Okeh 41025 - Joe Venuti's Blue Four: Dinah (3-28-1928)/The Wild Dog (3-28-1928)
Okeh 41051 - Joe Venuti and his New Yorkers with Ed Lang: I Must Be Dreaming (5-25-1928)/'Tain't So Honey, 'Tain't So (5-25-1928)
Okeh 41056 - Joe Venuti and his New Yorkers with Ed Lang: Because My Baby Don't Mean "Maybe" Now (6-6-1928)/Just Like a Melody Out of the Sky (6-6-1928)
Okeh 41076 - Joe Venuti's Blue Four: Pretty Trix (6-14-1928)/The Man From The South (6-14-1928)
Victor 21561 - Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang: Doin' Things (6-21-1928, take 3)/Wild Cat (6-21-1928, take 3)
Bluebird 10280 - Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang (issued 1939): Doin' Things (6-21-1928, take 2)/Wild Cat (6-21-1928, take 1)
Okeh 41087 - Joe Venuti and his New Yorkers: Pickin' Cotton (7-24-1928)/I'm On The Crest Of A Wave (7-24-1928)
Okeh 41133 - Joe Venuti and his New Yorkers: Doin' Things (10-4-1928)/I Must Have That Man! (10-4-1928)
Okeh 41144 - Joe Venuti's Blue Four: The Blue Room (9-27-1928)/Sensation (9-27-1928)
Okeh 41192 - Joe Venuti and his New Yorkers: That's The Good Old Sunny South (2-2-1929)/Weary River (2-2-1929)
Okeh 41251 - Joe Venuti's Blue Four: My Honey's Lovin' Arms (12-12-1928)/Goin' Home (12-12-1928)
Okeh 41263 - Joe Venuti and his New Yorkers: I'm in Seventh Heaven (5-1-1929)/Little Pal (5-1-1929)
Okeh 41320 - Joe Venuti and his New Yorkers: The Chant of the Jungle (10-16-1929)/That Wonderful Something (10-16-1929)
Okeh 41361 - Joe Venuti's Blue Four: Running Ragged (10-28-1929)/Apple Blossoms (10-28-1929)
Okeh 41427 - Joe Venuti & His New Yorkers: Promises (5-22-1930; takes B & C)/Dancing With Tears In My Eyes (5-22-1930; takes A & C)
Okeh 41432 - Joe Venuti's Blue Four: Raggin' the Scale (5-7-1930)/Put and Take (5-7-1930, takes A & C)
Clarion 5474-C, Harmony 1427-H, Velvet-Tone 2534-V - Tennessee Music Men: Raggin' the Scale (5-7-1930)/Miff Mole
Okeh 41451 - Joe Venuti & His New Yorkers: I'm Only Human After All (9-6-1930)/Out Of Breath (9-6-1930)
Victor 23015 - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: My Man From Caroline (9-30-1930)/I Like a Little Girl Like That (9-30-1930)
Victor 23018 - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: Wasting My Love On You (9-30-1930)/Bix Beiderbecke
Victor 23021 - Joe Venuti's Blue Four: The Wild Dog (10-7-1930)/Really Blue (10-7-1930)
Okeh 41469 - Joe Venuti's Blue Four: I've Found a New Baby (11-12-1930)/Sweet Sue, Just You (11-12-1930)
Okeh 41506 - Joe Venuti's Blue Four: Pardon Me Pretty Baby (6-10-1931)/Little Buttercup (6-10-1931)
Columbia 2488-D - Joe Venuti's Rhythm Boys: Little Girl (6-10-1931)/Tempo di Modernage (6-10-1931) Parlophone (UK) R 1063 identifies group as Joe Venuti's Blue Four and provides the alternate title "Tempo di Barrel" for the second selection.[3]
Columbia 2535-D - Joe Venuti's Rhythm Boys: There's No Other Girl (9-10-1931)/Now That I Need You, You're Gone (9-10-1931)
Columbia 2589-D - Joe Venuti's Rhythm Boys: The Wolf Wobble (9-10-1931)/Dorsey Brothers Orchestra
Parlophone (UK) R-1115 - Joe Venuti's Rhythm Boys: To To Blues (9-10-1931)/Emmett Miller
Vocalion 15858, Melotone M-12277, UCHA 105/106 - Eddie Lang & Joe Venuti's All-Star Orchestra: Farewell Blues (10-22-1931)/Someday Sweetheart (10-22-1931)
Vocalion 15864, Melotone M-12294, Polk P-9095, UCHA 107/108 - Eddie Lang & Joe Venuti's All-Star Orchestra: After You've Gone (10-22-1931)/Beale Street Blues (10-22-1931)
Lucky 7000 - Joe Venuti & Friends (vinyl 78, issued 1981): Onyx Club Revue (1-24-1933)/Non Skid Manure (4-8-1933)
Columbia 2765-D - Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang's Blue Five: Raggin' The Scale (2-28-1933)/Art Kassel
Columbia (UK) CB 601 - Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang's Blue Five: Hey! Young Fella (2-28-1933)/Pink Elephants (2-28-1933)
Columbia 2782-D - Joe Venuti's Blue Five: Jig Saw Puzzle Blues (2-28-1933)/Vibraphonia (5-8-1933)
Eddie Lang dies March 26, 1933
Columbia 2783-D - Joe Venuti's Blue Five: Isn't It Heavenly? (5-8-1933)/Billy Cotton
Columbia (UK) CB 637 - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: Hiawatha's Lullaby (5-8-1933)/My Gypsy Rhapsody (5-8-1933)
Melotone M-12807, Banner 32872, Perfect 15830, Oriole 2771, Romeo 2144, Domino 152 - Joe Venuti & His New Yorkers or Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: I Want to Ring Bells (9-25-1933)/Gather Lip Rouge While Ye May (9-25-1933)
Melotone M-12816, Banner 32874, Perfect 15832, Conqueror 8250, Oriole 2776, Romeo 2149, Domino 154 - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: You're My Past, Present, And Future (9-25-1933)/Doin' The Uptown Lowdown (9-25-1933)
Melotone M-12831, Banner 32883, Perfect 15482, Oriole 2787, Romeo 2160 - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: Moonglow (9-25-1933)/Cheese and Crackers (9-25-1933)
Columbia 2834-D - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: Doin' The Uptown Lowdown (10-2-1933)/Emil Coleman
Columbia (UK) CB 708 - Joe Venuti and his Blue Six: Sweet Lorriane (10-2-1933)/Doin' The Uptown Lowdown (10-2-1933)
Decca 18167 - Joe Venuti and his Blue Six (issued 1942): Sweet Lorriane (10-2-1933)/Doin' The Uptown Lowdown (10-2-1933)
Bluebird B-5293 - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: Fiddlesticks (10-13-1933; take 1)/Phantom Rhapsody (10-13-1933)
Victor 24946 - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra (issued 1935 in Argentina): Fiddlesticks (10-13-1933; take 2)/Phantom Rhapsody (10-13-1933)
Bluebird B-5520 - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: Moonglow (10-13-1933)/Everybody Shuffle (10-13-1933)
Montgomery Ward 4504 - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: Moonglow (10-13-1933)/Totem Lodge Orchestra
Columbia (UK) CB 686 - Joe Venuti and his Blue Six: The Jazz Me Blues (11-3-1933)/In De Ruff (11-3-1933; take 2)
Decca 18168 - Joe Venuti and his Blue Six (issued 1942): The Jazz Me Blues (11-3-1933)/In De Ruff (11-3-1933; take 2)
Melotone M-12838, Banner 32895, Perfect 15845, Conqueror 14256, Oriole 2791, Romeo 2164 - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: Everything I Have is Yours (11-3-1933)/My Dancing Lady (11-3-1933)
Lucky 7001 - Joe Venuti & Friends (vinyl 78, issued 1981): Venuti's Pagliacci No. 1 (12-12-1933)/Onyx Club Revue No. 2 (12-12-1933)
OKeh 41586 - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra (Venuti fronting Joe Haymes' Orchestra) (issued 1934): Fiddlesticks (8/17/34)/Goblin Market (8/17/34)
Regal-Zonophone (UK) MR 1452 - Joe Venuti's Blue Four: Satan's Holiday (9-20-1934)/Hell's Bells And Hallelujah (9-20-1934)
Regal-Zonophone (UK) MR 1508 - Joe Venuti's Blue Four: Tea Time (9-20-1934)/Romantic Joe (9-20-1934)
Decca 624 - Joe Venuti's Blue Four: Mello as a Cello (3-20-1935)/Nothing But Notes (3-20-1935)
Decca 625 - Joe Venuti's Blue Four: Mystery (3-20-1935)/Tap Room Blues (3-20-1935)
Columbia 3103-D - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: Eeney Meeny Miney Mo (10-28-1935)/Twenty Four Hours a Day (10-28-1935)
Columbia 3104-D - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: Stop Look and Listen (10-28-1935)/Yankee Doodle Never Went to Town (10-28-1935)
Columbia 3105-D - Joe Venuti and Russ Morgan: Red Velvet (10-28-1935)/Black Satin (10-28-1935)
Decca 2312 - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: Something (1-25-1939)/Nothing (1-25-1939)
Decca 2313 - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: Flop (1-25-1939)/Flip (1-25-1939)
Tempo 516/518/520 - Pietro Gentile with Joe Venuti and strings: Musical Milestones of the Jewish People (78 rpm album set; three discs, 1946) Includes the following singles:
Tempo 516 - Joe Venuti And Pietro Gentile: Eli Eli/Rachem (1946)
Tempo 518 - Joe Venuti And Pietro Gentile: A Yiddishe Momme/Oy der rebbenu (1946)
Tempo 520 - Joe Venuti And Pietro Gentile: Meirke mein sumn/A dudele (1946)
Tempo 528 - Joe Venuti, Herb Kern, Lloyd Sloop, Lou Singer: Summertime part 1/Summertime part 2 (10-1946)
Tempo 530 - Joe Venuti and Dr. Kolline/Joe Venuti, Herb Kern, Charlotte Tinsley, Vincent Terri and Larry Breen: Kreutzer no. 27/Loose bow boogie
Tempo 532 - Joe Venuti And His Orchestra/Joe Venuti, Herb Kern, Charlotte Tinsley and Vincent Terri: Filigree/Star Dust (10-1946)
Tempo 534 - Joe Venuti, Herb Kern, Charlotte Tinsley, Vincent Terri and Larry Breen: Body and Soul/Santa Lucia (10-1946)
Tempo 536 - Joe Venuti, Herb Kern, Charlotte Tinsley, Vincent Terri, Larry Breen and Lou Singer: Tea for Two/Estrellita (10-1946)
Tempo 538 - Joe Venuti, Herb Kern, Charlotte Tinsley, Vincent Terri and Larry Breen: Danny Boy/When Irish Eyes Are Smiling (10-1946)
Tempo 540 - Joe Venuti, Herb Kern, Charlotte Tinsley, Vincent Terri and Larry Breen: Rose of Tralee/Cruiskeen Lawn (10-1946)
Tempo 542 - Joe Venuti, Herb Kern, Charlotte Tinsley, Vincent Terri and Larry Breen: The Kerry Dance/Garden Where the Pratees Grow (10-1946)
Tempo 580 - Joe Venuti, Herb Kern, Charlotte Tinsley, Vincent Terri and Larry Breen: If I Had My Way/Wishing (10-1946)
Pan-American 046 - Jon Laurenz with Joe Venuti And His All Star Orchestra: Come Back to Sorrento/Toselli's Serenade (1946)
Pan-American 054 - Jon Laurenz with Joe Venuti And His All Star Orchestra: Louise/Auf Wiedersehen, My Dear (1946)
Pan-American 055 - Jon Laurenz with Joe Venuti And His All Star Orchestra: A Little Love, a Little Kiss/My Melancholy Baby (1946)
Pan-American 060 - Jon Laurenz with Joe Venuti And His All Star Orchestra: South of the Border/My Ol' Ten Gallon Hat (1946)
Pan-American 063 - Jon Laurenz with Joe Venuti And His All Star Orchestra: Passe/Lovely Fantasy (1946)
Pan-American 064 - Jon Laurenz with Joe Venuti And His All Star Orchestra: You Call It Madness/I Surrender Dear (1946)
Tops 1007 - Jon Laurenz with Joe Venuti And His All Star Orchestra (issued ca. 1952): Auf Wiedersehen, My Dear/I Surrender Dear (1946)
Parlophone R-3043 - Joe Venuti, Charlotte Tinsley, Vincent Terri and Larry Breen: Body and Soul/Tea for Two (1-1947)
Tempo 408, 4524 (45 rpm) - Joe Venuti, Bobby Maxwell, Jimmy Briggs and the Joe Venuti Rhythmists: Melancholy Baby/Karavan (6-1949) The title of the second selection is spelled correctly as "Caravan" on the 45 rpm issue.
Tempo 410, 4526 (45 rpm) - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: Alexander's Ragtime Band/Zone 28 (8-1949)
Tempo 414, 4528 (45 rpm), Oriole (UK) 1069 - Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: My Heart Stood Still/Schon Rosmarin (8-1949) Oriole 1069 was released in the UK in April 1952.[4]
Tempo 416, 4530 (45 rpm) - Joe Venuti and Bobby Maxwell: Skeletons at Midnight aka Danse Macabre/It Ain't Necessarily So (8-1949) Either or, or both, titles to the first selection may appear on the label.
Tempo 426 - Joe Venuti Trio: The Hot Canary/Flat Tortillas (9-1949)
Decca 27134 - Joe Venuti and Russ Morgan: Black Satin/Red Velvet (3-9-1950)

Mono LP and corresponding CD issues (1948-1960)

Tempo TT-2008 - Joe Venuti and his Violin/Galla-Rini and his Accordion (split LP, 1948)[5]
Tempo TT-2056 - Joe Venuti and his Violin/Italy's Two Greatest Accordionists: Wolmer Beltrami and Francesco Ferrari (split LP, 1948)
Tempo TT-2064 - Joe Venuti and his Violin/Bobby Maxwell and his Swing Harp (split LP, 1950)
Tempo TT-2230 (10" LP) - Joe Venuti: Vignettes by Venuti (1949)
Tempo TT-2236 (10" LP) - Joe Venuti and Bobby Maxwell (1949)
TT-2008 and TT-2056 were also issued in five pocket LP sets under the umbrella title of "Your Treasure Chest of Transcriptions" that had variable contents. These were assembled in 1951 as a promotional aid to dealers of Philco radio-phonograph sets.[6]
Decca DL-5273 (10" LP), 9-81 (45 rpm album set) - Joe Venuti and Russ Morgan: World's Greatest Jazz Violinist (3-9-1950)
Tops L 101 (10" LP) - John Laurenz with Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: Six All-Time Hits (recorded 1946, issued ca. 1952)
Tops L 923 (10" LP) - John Laurenz with Joe Venuti and his Orchestra: Twilight On the Trail (recorded 1946, issued ca. 1952)
Shoestring 111 - Joe Venuti: The Mad Fiddler from Phillie (from airchecks, 1952–1953, issued 1970s)
Sandy Hook 2047 - Joe Venuti: Hot Swing Fiddle Classics (probably identical to Shoestring 111, issued 1981)
Jazz Man LJ-336 - Joe Venuti, violin with Tony Romano playing Eddie Lang's Guitar (10-1954)
Just a Memory JAM-9127-2 (CD) - Joe Venuti with Tony Romano: Never Before, and Never Again (recorded 1953-1954, issued 2000)
Grand Award G.A. 33-351 - Joe Venuti with Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra: Fiddle On Fire (1957)
Grand Award EP-2020 (45 rpm 7"): Joe Venuti with Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra: Fine and Dandy/Midnight in Monte Carlo/Hindustan/ Body and Soul Drawn from "Fiddle on Fire."
Golden Crest CR-3100 - Joe Venuti plays Gershwin (1960)
Golden Crest CR-3101 - Joe Venuti plays Jerome Kern (1960)

Stereo LP and corresponding CD issues (1968-1998)

Ovation OV/14-04 - Joe Venuti: Once More with Feeling (1968)
Affinity AFF 29 - Stephane Grappelli & Joe Venuti: Venupelli Blues (recorded 10-22-1969 in Paris; issued 1980)
Audiophile AP 118 - Joe Venuti with the Gil Cuppini Orchestra: The Incredible Joe Venuti (1971)
RCA Black and White (France) 7149 - Joe Venuti: Violinology (1971)
Durium ms A 77277 - Joe Venuti In Milan with Lino Patruno & His Friends (1971)
Vanguard VSD-79396 - Joe Venuti In Milan (1971)
Everest FS-349 - Joe Venuti with the Dutch Swing College Band (1971)
Halcyon HAL 112 - Marian McPartland and Joe Venuti: The Maestro and Friend (1973)
MPS 21 20885-0p - Joe Venuti:...the Daddy of the Violin (1973)
Pausa PR 7034 - Joe Venuti: Doin' Things (1973)
Chiaroscuro CR 128 - Joe Venuti and Zoot Sims: Joe and Zoot (1974)
Chiaroscuro CR(D) 128 - Joe Venuti and Zoot Sims: Joe and Zoot and more (recorded 1973-1974; re-issued 1998 with 5 extra tracks)
Chiaroscuro Records CR134 - The Joe Venuti Blue Four (1974)
Vanguard VSD-79405 - Joe Venuti: Jazz Violin (recorded in Milan, 9-13 and 9-14, 1974)
Concord Jazz CJ-14 - Joe Venuti and George Barnes: Gems (1975)
Chiaroscuro CR 145 - Joe Venuti and Earl Hines: Hot Sonatas (1975)
Chiaroscuro CR(D) 145 - Joe Venuti and Earl Hines: Hot Sonatas (recorded 1975, re-issued 1998 with 5 extra tracks)
Chiaroscuro CR-153 - Joe Venuti: Hooray for Joe! (1977)
Sonet SNTF-734 - Joe Venuti: Sliding by (4-15-1977)
Chiaroscuro CR 160 - Joe Venuti and Dave McKenna: Alone at the Palace (recorded Palace Theater, Albany NY 4-27 and 4-28-1977)
Chiaroscuro CR(D) 160 - Joe Venuti and Dave McKenna: Alone at the Palace (recorded Palace Theater, Albany NY 4-27 and 4-28-1977, re-issued 1991 with 7 extra tracks and some alternates)
Flying Fish 035 - Joe Venuti, Eldon Shamblin, Curly Chalker, Jethro Burns: 4 Giants of Swing (1977)
Concord Jazz CJ-30 - Joe Venuti and George Barnes: Live at the Concord Summer Festival (1978)
Concord Jazz CJ-51 - Ross Tompkins and Joe Venuti: Live at Concord '77 (recorded 8-5-1977, issued 1978)
Flying Fish 077 - Joe in Chicago, 1978 (recorded 1978, issued 1979)
Chiaroscuro CR-203 - The Best of Joe Venuti (1979)
Vanguard/Omega 3019 (CD) - The Fabulous Joe Venuti (1995) combines Vanguard VSD-79396 and VSD-79405
Laserlight 17183 - The Best of Jazz Violin (contains five Venuti tracks from 1971, issued 1998)
Guest appearances on LP and CD (1948-2005)
Tempo TT 2086 - Bobby Maxwell and his Swing Harp/Mel Henke and his Ultra-Modern Piano (1948) Venuti, uncredited, on two tracks on the Bobby Maxwell side
Joyce Records 1128 - One Night Stand with Bing Crosby's 20th Anniversary in Show Business (1970s) with Venuti as guest on Bing's Chesterfield radio program, 1951
Sunbeam HB-309 - The Dinah Shore-Bing Crosby Shows (recorded 11-13-1952, issued 1975) with Venuti as guest on Bing's Chesterfield radio program
Grand Award G. A. 33-901 - Paul Whiteman 50th Anniversary (Venuti featured on 2 tracks, 1959)
Columbia M 32587 - Dick Hyman: Ferdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton Transcriptions for Orchestra: Some Rags, Some Stomps and a Little Blues (1974)
Flying Fish M1366 - Bucky Pizzarelli: Nightwings (1975)
Warner Bros. BS-2888 - Leon Redbone: On the Track (1975)
Golden Crest CRSQ31043 - The New England Conservatory Jazz Repertory Orchestra, Gunther Schuller, conductor, Joe Venuti, special guest artist: Happy Feet, A Tribute to Paul Whiteman (1976)
DSC Productions PA 2020, Everest FS-341 - The Dutch College Swing Band with Famous American Guests (recorded 1972-76, issued 1977)
Varese Sarabande 066672-2 (CD) - Les Paul and his Trio: Crazy Rhythm (2005) Includes Venuti with Kay Starr on 3 tracks, 1944-45
Reissues on LP and CD from 78rpm era material (1953-present)
X LVA-3036 (10" LP) - Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang with Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey and Phil Napoleon (issued 8-10-1955) includes first issues of 2 78 era alternates
Design DLP 54 - Joe Venuti and Louis Prima: Hi-Fi Lootin' (material recorded 1934-1935, issued 1957) same source material as used far more extensively on IAJRC CD1003
Columbia C2L-24 (2-LP set) - Eddie Lang & Joe Venuti: Stringing the Blues (1962) Curated by Frank Diggs, long -- perhaps too long -- regarded as the standard bearer for Lang-Venuti compilations.
Regal (UK) REG.1076 - Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang: Hell's Bells and Hallelujah (1960s)
Big Band Archives LP-1215 - Joe Venuti & his Big Band (ca. 1970) Consists of broadcast and transcription material from Venuti's big band featuring Kay Starr, circa 1945.
RCA Black and White Vol. 118 FPMI 7016 (LP and CD) - Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang: Hot Strings (ca. 1974)
Sunbeam MFC-16 - Time Out for Listening: Theatre Intermission Music 1932-34 (1976)

Collection sourced from transcription material and including Venuti along with other artists.

TOM 7 (LP and CD) - Venuti-Lang Vol. 1 1927-1928 (1970s; CD issued 2000)
TOM 8 (LP and CD) - Venuti-Lang Vol. 2 1928-1930 (1970s; CD issued 2000)
Swaggie (Australia) 817 - Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang 1926-1930 (1984)
Swaggie (Australia) 819 - Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang 1930-1933 (1984)
Conifer 172/DRG 200 (CD; though Conifer was also an LP) - Joe Venuti: Fiddlesticks (Conifer, 1987)/Joe Venuti - Eddie Lang: Great Original Performances 1926-1933 (DRG 1992) These are identical releases, in digitally simulated stereo.
Yazoo 1062 (LP and CD) - Joe Venuti: Violin Jazz (1989) Some material identified as alternate, or unissued, within the notes is apparently not so.
IAJRC CD1003 (CD) - Joe Venuti: Pretty Trix (Sourced from 1934-1935 transcriptions, issued 1993)
Pearl Topaz 1015 - Joe Venuti: Stringin' the Blues (1995) Direct lift from Columbia C2L-24.
EPM 160132 (CD) - Joe Venuti: Four String Joe (Usual suspect compilation, though includes one track from 1946; issued 2001)
ASV AJA 5386 (UK CD) - Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang: Wild Cats (2001)
Jazz Forever 67043 (CD) - Stringing the Blues: The Best of Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang (2001)
JSP 3402 (2-CD set) - Eddie Lang & Joe Venuti: The 20s and 30s Sides (2001)
Mosaic MD8-213 (4-CD box) - The Classic Columbia and OKeh Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang Sessions (2002) Massive collection of nearly everything -- but not all things -- recorded by Lang-Venuti from 1926-1933. Out of print.
Chronological Classics 1211 (CD) - Joe Venuti 1926-1928 (2002)
Chronological Classics 1246 (CD) - Joe Venuti 1928-1930 (2002)
Chronological Classics 1276 (CD) - Joe Venuti 1930-1931 (2002)
Naxos Jazz Legends 8.120614 (Germany CD) - Joe Venuti: The Wild Cat (2003) Not available in the U.S.
JSP Records JSP916 [4-CD set] - Eddie Lang & Joe Venuti: The New York Sessions 1926-1935 Remastered (2003) Remastered by John R. T. Davies, an alternate universe to the Mosaic set.
Chronological Classics 1348 (CD) - Joe Venuti 1933 (2004)
Chestnut 1005 (CD) - The Best of Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang (2005)
Fuel 839 (CD) - Joe Venuti: Performance (Sourced from 1934-1935 transcriptions, issued 2010)

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