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Rec Manny's Tavern 1949- George Lewis clt, Elmer Talbert tpt, Johnny Wiggs tpt, Lawrence Marrero bjo, Alcide"Slow Drag" Pavageau sbs, Joe Watkins dms an. .
1953 Percy Humphrey at Manny's Tavern (Biograph). 1954 Sounds of New Orleans, Vol. 1: Paul Barbarin & His Band/Percy Humphrey's Jam Session (Storyville). 1961 Percy Humphrey's Crescent City Joymakers (Riverside). Retrieved 18 November 2017.
Percy Gaston Humphrey (January 13, 1905 – July 22, 1995) was a jazz trumpet player and bandleader in New Orleans, Louisiana. In addition to his own jazz band, Percy Humphrey and His Crescent City Joymakers, for more than thirty years he was leader of the Eureka Brass Band. A 1951 album, New Orleans Parade, features Humphrey, trombonists Charles "Sunny" Henry and Albert Warner, and saxophonist Emanuel Paul.
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|Just A Closer Walk With Thee|
|Twelfth Street Rag|
|Over The Gloryland|
|Bourbon St. Parade|
|CLP-13||Percy Humphrey||At Manny's Tavern (LP, Album)||Center Records||CLP-13||US||Unknown|
|CEN 13, 76-750049||Percy Humphrey||At Manny's Tavern (LP, RM)||Biograph, The Library Of Congress||CEN 13, 76-750049||US||1976|