Eddie Killfeather the pianist and arranger for George Olsen arranged Bix's Jazz Me Blues solo into the arrangement of You'll Never Get To Heaven With Those Eyes. Recorded 26 June 1924 for Victor 194015 (30327-2). Red Nichols read the solo from the arrangement for the recording. Nichols was also with the Olsen band for "Kit Boots". Shortly after this record was made Red left for Walled Lake, MI to play with Dick Bowen. It was also here (at Walled Lake) Doc Dibert, who plays the Bixian horn on Tal Henry Victor records, said that the greatest version of Wolverine Blues he heard at Walled Lake when Bix sat in with the Bowen band (with Red).
Prior to that Nichols quoted Louis on his solo of You by Ernest Stevens. 21 December 1923. Edison 51290 (9301-A, -B, -C). I always enjoy Edisons since for the most part they recorded and released three takes. The first few measures Red quotes from Dippermouth Blues, which is interesting and played in the "Panico style".
The Jimmie Grier transcribed solo of Sweet Sue is great. I've always enjoyed that. Stan also has an interesting glass based air check of Clyde Mc Coy from the mid forties doing Sweet Sue and McCoy does play the Bix chorus note for note. Incidentally, Clyde McCoy stated in a Down Beat article he switched from alto sax to cornet after he heard Bix and Red Nichols. Mc Coy's first record was also made with Nichols.... Walter Davidson's Lousville Loons late November, 1925 for Cameo Records. 1708-C Knowing You The Way I Do Cameo 833; 1709-C My Small Town Gal Cameo 834.