Brymn, Tim. La rumba, tango or maxixe. Victor Military Band, Victor 17439, 78A rpm
Gallop, Sammy, Gil Rodin, and Bob Crosby. Boogie-Woogie Maxixe. Jack Richards
and the Night Winds, Dick Jacobs, director. Coral 9–61063, 45 rpm (n.d.).
———. Boogie-Woogie Maxixe. Gil Rodin and Bob Crosby and His Orchestra. Decca
9–25114 (n.d.).
———. Boogie-Woogie Maxixe. The Ames Brothers with the Hugo Winterhalter
Orchestra and Chorus. Victor 20–5530 and Victor 47–5530 (n.d.).
———. Boogie-Woogie Maxixe. Armed Forces Radio and TV Series P-3407, 16 (n.d.).
Green, Arthur N. Sans Souci. Van Eps Banjo Orchestra. Columbia A 1594 (78A).
Logatti, Lorenzo. Irresistible, Tango Argentine. Europe’s Society Orchestra. Victor
35360, 78A rpm (1914).
Nazareth, Ernesto. “Apanhei-te, Cavaquinho,” and “Odeon.” Carinhoso. Paradoxx,
CD (1996).
Olliver, Gillermo “Willy,” and Tomás Mooney. Argentine Swing 1936–1948. Arquivo
de Musica, Antiga/Portugal, LP (1989 [1984]).
Penso, R. The Grossmith Tango. Prince’s Band. Columbia A 5543, 78A rpm (1911).
Salabert, Frances. “Creole Girl, Maxixe, Vem Cá, Mulata.” Castle House Orchestra,
Frank W. McKee, director. Victor 35374, 78A rpm (June 1914–January 1915).
Stagliano, James. Joan Sawyer Maxixe. Prince’s Band. Columbia A 5561, 78A rpm
Storoni, J. Amapa—maxixe bresilien. Europe’s Society Orchestra. Victor 35360, 78A
rpm (1914).
Tyers, William H. Maori-Tango or Maxixe. Victor Military Band. Victor 35304, 78A
rpm (1913).
Veloso, Caetano. A Foreign Sound. Caetano Veloso, Nonesuch, CD (2004).
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