Various - The Music Of New Orleans, Volume Four: The Birth Of Jazz album
The music of New Orleans assumes various styles of music which have often borrowed from earlier traditions. New Orleans, Louisiana, is especially known for its strong association with jazz music, universally considered to be the birthplace of the genre. The earliest form was dixieland, which has sometimes been called traditional jazz, 'New Orleans', and 'New Orleans jazz'
Album · 1959 · 10 Songs. New Orleans Was Wide Open. 5. When My Sugar Walks Down the Street. Eddie Dawson, Emile Barnes & Peter Bocage.
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Some say jazz grew out the drumming and Voodoo rituals that took place in New Orleans’ Congo Square before the Civil War. Others say jazz was born in 1895, the year Buddy Bolden started his first band. Still others say it happened in 1917, when Nick LaRocca and his Original Dixieland Jazz Band recorded the first jazz record, "Livery Stable Blues. But Ferdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton had his own theory. He said, "It is evidently known, beyond contradiction, that New Orleans is the Cradle of Jazz, and I myself happen to be the inventor in the year 1902 . Makes you want to get up and dance. And dance we did and always will to the birth of American music.
Various – History Of Jazz Volume 4. Label: BYG Records – 52. 04. Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation. A4. –The Bechet, Spanier Big Four. A5. –Henry "Kid" Rena's Jazz Band. A6. –Bunk Johnson's Street Paraders. B1. –Jack Teagarden's Big Eight.
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General jazz fans as well as musicians and music students who would like a better understanding of Mingus's complex, often difficult music, will find a complete, chronologically arranged, listener's guide to all of his legitimate recordings, from the 78s he recorded in Los Angeles and San Francisco in the mid-1940s, through the legendary albums he made for Columbia, Candid, Atlantic, and his own labels. Rinzler explains the various concepts, including either/or and dialectic thinking, and then examines the pairs of opposites individually, describing their position and presence in jazz. An historical survey of jazz. This ebook is a static version of an article from Grove Music Online, a continuously updated online resource, offering comprehensive coverage of the world’s music written by leading scholars. For more information, visit ww. xfordmusiconline. 2. 4,99 USD 3,82 USD.
Posed with the question, Who invented jazz album cover design? Most people will instantly say, Blue Note Records, and Reid Miles in particular. But this would be a gross simplification as well as inaccurate. This is for no other reason other than jazz was the hippest, coolest, and most progressive kind of music around attracting many young designers to the music, who in turn lent their undoubted talents to the genre. When Norman Granz started his Jazz imprint at Mercury Records it was to David stone Martin that he turned for many of the designs that graced Clef, Norgran and later Verve’s records. Echoes of New Orleans – Goerge Lewis and His New Orleans Stompers. Free Jazz: A Collective Improvisation – Ornette Coleman Double Quartet. Hub-Tones – Freddie Hubbard. The Astaire Story – Fred Astaire. Fancy Dancer – Bobby Humphrey. Esquire’s 1946 Award Winners Hot Jazz – Various Artists.
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|A1||–Louis Keppard||Bucket's Got A Hole In It
Vocals – Louis Keppard
|A2||–Charlie Love||Buddy Bolden
Speech – Charlie Love
|A3||–Harrison Barnes||Buddy Bolden
Speech – Harrison Barnes
|A4||–Charlie Love, Emile Barnes, Billy Huntington||Maple Leaf Rag
Banjo – Billy HuntingtonBass – Albert GlennyClarinet – Emile BarnesDrums – Albert JilesTrumpet – Charlie Love
|B1||–H.J. Boiusseau||Red Rose Rag||1:34|
|B2||–H.J. Boiusseau||Tom Anderson's / Blue Bells Goodbye (Medley)||3:06|
|B4||–H.J. Boiusseau||Take Your Big Leg Off Me||2:29|
|B5||–H.J. Boiusseau||The Grunewald Burlesque / The Girl In The Purple Veil (Medley)||4:11|
|B6||–H.J. Boiusseau||Milneburg / Irish Channel / Hernshine Canaries (Medley)||3:56|
|B7||–H.J. Boiusseau||Too Much Mustard||1:54|
- Design – Ronald Clyne
- Producer, Recorded By – Samuel Charters*
- Recorded By – Alden Ashforth (tracks: A4), David Wyckoff (tracks: A4)
- Vocals, Piano, Speech – H.J. Boiusseau (tracks: B1 to B7)
NotesA1: Recorded at 1017 N. Villere St., August 21, 1957.
A2: Recorded at Charlie Love's home at the corner of Thayer and Opelousas Streets, Algiers, La., February 25, 1958.
A3: Recorded at 1019 Nunez Street, Algiers, La., August 26, 1957.
A4: Recorded Sept. 8, 1952.
Side B: Recorded at H.J. Boiusseau's place of business, 423 Gravier St., during the months of July and August, 1954.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): FA 2464 A Q HK
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2): FA 2464 B Q HK