OKeh, gals and guys, when are you going to react to the question of single notes in Bix recordings? So far, only Jean-Pierre and Frank made comments. One can dismiss a particular single note as a mistake or another as coming too early, but there are too many (as the kid in Shane told Alan Ladd, "but there are too many, Shane").
I found another one. At about 29 seconds into Paul Whiteman's Louisiana (both takes) a cornet or trumpet comes up with a single note.
So here is a summary of single notes in Bix recordings.
I Like That 11 sec (I said Bix comes in early)
Barnacle Bill the Sailor 1 min 30 sec
Sugar (take 1 but not 2)
Bless You Sister 58 sec (Frank tells us this is a mistake)
High on A Hilltop 21 sec
Louise (Whiteman's version) 54 sec
Sunshine 42 sec
Louisiana (Whitmena's version, both takes)) 29sec
Is this significant or not? Is this another subject to be left twisting in the wind? Say something!!