The Jazzola Eight were:
Morris Rouse (piano and composer)
Louis James (clarinet and tenor sax; born 1890, he played with such big names as Frankie Duson, Dumaine and even Percy Humphrey at Preservation Hall in his final years)
Earl Humphrey (trombone; one of the famous Humphrey brothers, he was still playing in New Orleans in the 1960s; and died in 1971)
Willie Joseph (clarinet)
Leonard Mitchell (banjo and vocals)
Joe Howard (tuba; born in 1870, he worked with many of the famous early bands, such as Celestin's, and went on playing well into his seventies)
James Willigan (drums; he had a short life but played in some famous early bands).
There were other musicians, such as Yank Johnson (trombone) who worked in this band, but not on the recordings.The tunes the company recorded (with the composers as named on the 78s) were:
Franklin Street Blues (Louis Dumaine and Eddie Jackson)
Give them a listen! Start by by clicking HERE.
By the way, we should all be deeply grateful to Andy Wolfenden, who has made this and many other recordings of past greats available on YouTube. Check out his Channel.