King Oliver's Jazz Band - Jazz Museum 1 (A Collection Of Historical Recordings) download album
Track A1: rec. 11 June 1928 Track A2: rec. 11 March 1926 Track B1: rec. 10 September 1928 Track B2: rec.
King Oliver & His Orchestra - Farewell Blues mp3. B.
King oliver's jazz band with louis armstrong. The Best Music Collection of Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, Glenn Miller and Other Famous Artists, Vol. 8. 2013 jazz. King Oliver's Jazz Band - The Southern Stomps Jazz Will Never Die, 2014 02:43. King Oliver's Jazz Band - Sweet Loving Man New Orleans, 2011 02:49. King Oliver's Jazz Band - New Orleans Stomp The Ultimate Session, 2015 02:56.
These sides are the first recordings of substance by an African-American jazz band and constitute the most significant corpus of early recorded jazz. Taylor calls his work a New Media Timeline, and it draws from established scholarship and includes photographs, audio recordings and film clips representative of the events described. Stories about other important artists as well as general historical events are interwoven into the core KOCJB narrative to provide context. While his hope is to someday complete the timeline by finishing the Oliver Band’s California trip, he is focused on another project at the moment. My goal is to present historical material in a novel way and thereby inspire new insights and perspectives about both the artists who pioneered jazz music and the times in which they lived.
A2 - Too Bad. B1 - Speakeasy Blues. B2 - Black Snake Blues. Other items you may like
KING OLIVER'S JAZZ BAND: same. Bud Scott, bj replaces Johnson; Baby Dodds or Louis Armstrong doubles slide whistle. Relive the magic of Jazz legends Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Lester Young, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Charlie Parker, Coleman Hawkins, Django Reinhardt, Lionel Hampton, Eddie Condon, Count Basie and many more. Travel back in time to the Golden Age of Jazz with us!
VIEW ALLKing Oliver's Creole Jazz Band Fans. Antique Phonograph Music Program 02/17/2015. Antique Phonograph Music Program 04/07/2015. Also Featured In: Album. King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band - Just Gone (02:35). This song is part of a compilation album.
It documents the beginning of King Oliver's and Louis Armstrongs recording careers. Covering the years 1923-1924, comes just 6 years after the very first jazz recordings ever made--you are travelling here to the very roots of Jazz. The sound on these CDs is remarkably vibrant and clear--the best treatment I have heard of any acoustically recorded music. The stunning thing in these recordings is the emotional and rhythmic intensity achieved by King Oliver's band. Canal Street Blues and Dippermouth Blues have a cathartic energy that I don't hear in other bands again until the advent of the Beatles and the Grateful Dead--it's King Oliver's on-the-edge soulfulness, something that is more than just the individual arrangements, musicians, and style of the time. And, man, King Oliver gets down! This music is funk. It's a far cry from the comic style that people associate with Dixieland.
|A1||West End Blues|
|B2||Black Snake Blues|
NotesMade in Germany
Track A1: rec. 11 June 1928
Track A2: rec. 11 March 1926
Track B1: rec. 10 September 1928
Track B2: rec. 27 April 1927
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