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- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Label): CRE-1013
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Label): CRE-1018
- Rights Society: N.C.B.
Performed by: King Oliver and his Creole Jazz Band-1923 Classics Records CLASSICS 650 枋翰音樂 收藏及分享. King Oliver - Weather Bird Rag. King Oliver - Snake Rag. Variações: Visualizando tudo King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band. King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band, King Oliver & His Creole Jazz Band, King Oliver And His Creole Jazz Band, King Oliver Creole Jazz Band, King Oliver's Creole Jazzband, King Oliver's Jazzband, King Olivier's Creole Jazz Band, Kingolivers Creole Jazz Band, The King Oliver Creole Jazz Band, The King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band. 1919, Down Home Rag Shellac, 10. New Orleans 1011. Louis Armstrong's tenure as second cornetist to the great King Oliver is one of jazz history's legendary apprenticeships, on par with the one Miles Davis served with Charlie Parker or Stephane Grappelli's with Django Reinhardt. Sadly, only a handful of recordings survive from this formative period in Armstrong's career. Слушать песню Kid Ory s Creole Jazz Band Down Home Rag онлайн или скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве 320 kbps на телефон андроид, айфон вы можете на сайте Original Dixieland Jass Band ODJB was a Dixieland jazz band that made the first jazz recordings in early 1917. Their Livery Stable Blues became the first jazz record ever issued. The group composed and recorded many jazz standards, the most famous being Tiger Rag. In late 1917 the spelling of the band's name was changed to Original Dixieland Jazz Band. The band consisted of five musicians who had played in the Papa Jack Laine bands. Black Diamond Rag. Chris Barber's Jazz Band. King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band. Canal Street Blues. Down Home Rag. Papa Bue's Viking Jazzband. Showboat Shuffle. King Oliver's Jazz Band. Chattanooga Stomp. Riverside Blues. Music Of King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band Contents. Album infos. Buy music. Historical jazz band featuring Louis Armstrong ,Bill Johnson ,Honore Dutrey Johnny Dodds Stump Evans and Louis. Just Gone played by King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band with Louis Armstrong on Gennett 5133. The song's composers are Oliver and upright bass player Bill Joh. Question: What do King Oliver's band, Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers, and Louis Armstrong's Hot Five have in common The answer is Johnny Dodds, who makes his case as the greatest clarinetist in jazz on the first disc of these recordings. Louis is present, too, especially on Chimes Blues, Dippermouth Blues, and the remarkable Tears, on which he constructs a breath-taking solo which includes a figure he will immortalize later in his Potato Head Blues solo