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King Oliver's Jazz Band - 1923-1926 (The Chronological Classics) [1996]

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King Oliver's Jazz Band - 1923-1926 (The Chronological Classics) [1996]

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01 - Buddy's Habit
02 - Tears
03 - I Ain't Gonna Tell Nobody
04 - Room Rent Blues
05 - Riverside Blues
06 - Sweet Baby Doll
07 - Working Man Blues
08 - Mabel's Dream
09 - Mabel's Dream
10 - The Southern Stomps
11 - Riverside Blues
12 - King Porter
13 - Tom Cat
14 - Too Bad
15 - Snag It
16 - Georgia Man
17 - Deep Henderson
18 - Jackass Blues
19 - Home Town Blues
20 - Sorrow Valley Blues
21 - Sugar Foot Stomp
22 - Wa Wa Wa
23 - Tack Annie

Musicians:
King Oliver - Composer, Cornet
Louis Armstrong - Composer, Cornet, Swanee (Slide Whistle)
Barney Bigard - Clarinet, Multi Instruments, Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)
Albert Nicholas - Clarinet, Multi Instruments, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano)
Reverend Charlie Jackson - Bowed Bass, Double Bass, Sax (Baritone), Sax (Bass), Tuba
Billy Paige - Clarinet, Multi Instruments, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano)
Bob Shoffner - Cornet
Stump Evans - Sax (Soprano)
Darnell Howard - Clarinet, Sax (Alto)
Kid Ory - Trombone
Honore Dutrey - Trombone
Bert Cobb - Bowed Bass, Double Bass, Tuba
Bud Scott - Banjo
Johnny St. Cyr - Banjo
Johnny Dodds - Clarinet, Piano
Lil Hardin - Composer, Piano
Jelly Roll Morton - Piano
Paul Barbarin - Composer, Drums
Baby Dodds - Drums
Richard M. Jones - Composer, Vocals
Luis Russell - Piano
Georgia Taylor - Vocals
R.J. Jones – Vocals

 

Louis Armstrong once remarked, "Had it not been for Joe Oliver, jazz would not be what it is today." As these recordings attest, he was the greatest bandleader of his day, able to bring his groups to a perfect balance of the tight and the loose, to control and compose diverse elements into a successful whole. He may have been the greatest talent scout too, giving not just Armstrong but a host of other fine New Orleans musicians their first exposure. What is sometimes overlooked is his sheer greatness as a trumpeter, both for the brightness and grandeur of his open horn and for his innovative and masterful use of mutes and buckets to find other voices for the instrument. In that sense he fathered two quite different lines of jazz trumpeters, lines that persist today. This CD completes the documentation of the superb 1923 band with Armstrong and the Dodds brothers, begun on Jazz Chronological Classics' 1923, and begins the documentation of his 1926 Chicago recordings. Oliver was also a great blues player, and there's ample evidence of that here, from the stately "Riverside Blues" of 1923 to the witty muted play of "Jackass Blues" and "Wa Wa Wa," both from 1926. --Stuart Broomer, amazon.com

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