Volume 4, November 2012
Walk That Dog: The Emergence of Walking Bass Lines In Jazz

by Regan Brough

Appendix A

Brian Harker, Jazz: An American Journey (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005), 132.

J. Bradford Robinson, "Page, Walter." In Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online, online via subscription (accessed September 22, 2011).

Ted Gioia, The History of Jazz (New York: Oxford University Press, 1997), 162.

"Page, Walter." In Encyclopedia of Popular Music. Oxford Music Online, online via subscription (accessed November 19, 2011).

Frank Driggs and Chuck Haddix, Kansas City Jazz: From Ragtime to Bebop—A History (New York: Oxford University Press, 2005), 32, 108-109.

Appendix B

The Autobiography of Pops Foster mentions many bassists and the bands with which they played throughout the narrative:

Eddie Garland (aka Montudie), with Kid Ory's band p. 60-61
Oke Gaspard with Bab Frank's band (1914?) p. 69
Oscar Kendalls with Thornton Blue's band (prior to or after 1912-1913) p. 100
Henry Kimball p. 92
Billy Moran with The Superior Band (1908) p. 56
Miles Ross with Edward Clem Band p. 55
Alec Smith with Amos Riley's band (1910-1912?) p. 99
Chester Zardis with Buddy Petit prior to 1914 when Pops played with Petit's band p. 97

New Orleans Bass Players on riverboats around 1919:

Ernest Johnson p. 121, 125
Jim Johnson p. 126
Henry Kimball and Pops Foster, p. 92, 126
Al Morgan p. 126