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The history of New Orleans rhythm & blues. Volume 1. Jazz, blues & creole roots, 1921-1949 [sound recording]
Music Music | Rhythm & Blues Records | p2011
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Imprint
UK : Rhythm & Blues Records, p2011.
Descript
2 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (27 p. : ill. ; 12 cm.)
Performer
Various performers.
Note
Compact discs.
Compilation of previously released selections.
Contents
Disc 1. When the saints go marching in: When the saints go marching in (Sidney Bechet's Blue Note Jazzmen) -- Maple leaf rag (Jelly Roll Morton) -- Tiger rag (New Orleans Rhythm Kings) -- A handful of riffs (Lonnie Johnson & Eddie Lang) -- Perdido Street blues (Johnny Dodds) -- Put me in the alley blues (Richard M. Jones) -- Travelin' blues (Lovie Austin and her Blues Serenaders) -- Sweet mumtaz (Luis Russell) -- Wiggle yo' toes (Q.R.S. Boys) -- Root hog or die (the Harlem Hamfats) -- Runenae Papa (Horace Eubanks with Zutty Singleton) -- Big Noise from Winnetka (Bauduc & Haggard) -- Dear old southland (Sidney Bechet & Noble Sissle) -- Sous les palmiers (Haitian Orchestra with Sidney Bechet) -- Look over yonder (Zutty Singleton) -- King Porter stomp (Zutty Singleton and his orchestra) -- Besame mucho (Edmond Hall) -- Mo pas lemme ca (the Creole Serenaders) -- Chocko mo feendo hey (Danny Barker) -- Tootie Ma is a big fine thing (Danny Barker) -- Eh la bas (Paul Barbarin) -- Blanche Touquatoux (Kid Ory & his Creole Jazz Band) -- Just a closer walk with thee ; Lady be good (George Lewis Eureka Brass Band) -- South Rampart Street parade (Bob Crosby's Bobcats) -- The Saints (Papa Lightfoot) --
Disc 2. Old New Orleans blues: St. James infirmary (Louis Armstrong) -- Didn't he ramble (Louis Armstrong) -- James Alley blues (Richard Rabbit Brown) -- Crazy cryin' blues (Memphis Minnie) -- New Orleans joys (Jelly Roll Morton) -- Old New Orleans blues (Willie Jackson) -- Mama Cookie (Ann Cook) -- Black snake blues (King Oliver) -- I'm not rough (Louis Armstrong) -- Funny feathers (Victoria Spivey) -- Louisiana bound (Charley Taylor) -- Bread and water blues (Kid Stormy Weather) -- Allons a Lafayette (Joe Falcon & Cleoma Breaux) -- Keep a knockin' (Milton Brown) -- Deceived blues (Ann Turner) -- Cabbage greens no. 1 (Champion Jack Dupree) -- Mississippi town (Creole George Guesnon) -- Gran prairie (Happy Fats & Rayne-bo Ramblers) -- New low down dog (Champion Jack Dupree) -- I'm cuttin' out (the Harlem Hamfats) -- Sidney's blues (Sidney Bechet) -- Just as soon as I go home (Cousin Joe) -- Hackberry hop (Harry Choates & his Melody Boys) -- Trouble in mind (Lonnie Johnson with Karl Jones) -- Junker blues (Champion Jack Dupree) -- Box Car Shorty and Peter Blue (Cousin Joe).
Local Note
MW, 9-12
Subject
Alt Title
New Orleans rhythm & blues. Volume 1
Jazz, blues and creole roots, 1921-1949
When the saints go marching in.
Old New Oleans blues.
ISBN/ISSN
5065001126147 gtin-14
05065001126147 gtin-14
Music #
RANDB013 Rhythm & Blues Records
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