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King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band - 1923-1924 (1997)

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King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band - 1923-1924 (1997)

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Disc: 1
1. Just Gone
2. Canal Street Blues
3. Mandy Lee Blues
4. I'm going away to wear you off my mind
5. Chimes Blues
6. Weather Bird Rag
7. Dipper Mouth Blues
8. Froggie Moore
9. Snake Rag
10. Snake Rag
11. Sweet Lovin' Man
12. High Society Rag
13. Sobbin' Blues
14. Where did you go last night?
15. Dipper Mouth Blues
16. Jazzin Babies Blues
17. Alligator Hop
18. Zulu's Ball
19. Working man Blues
20. Krooked Blues

Disc: 2
1. Chattanooga Stomp
2. London Cafe Blues
3. Camp Meeting Blues
4. New Orleans Stomp
5. Buddy's Habits
6. Tears
7. I ain't Gonna Tell Nobody
8. Room Rent Blues
9. Riverside Blues
10. Sweet Baby Doll
11. Workin' Man Blues
12. Mabel's Dream
13. Mabel's Dream
14. Mabel's Dream
15. The Southern Stomps
16. The Southern Stomps
17. Riverside Blues
18. Kiss Me Sweet
19. Construction Gang
20. King Porter Stomp
21. Tom Cat

Baby Dodds – drums
Honore Dutrey – trombone
Bill Johnson – bass
Louis Armstrong - second cornet
Johnny Dodds – clarinet
Lil Hardin-Armstrong – piano
King Oliver - cornet


The music on this 1997 two-CD import set has been reissued many times, but this is the most complete version yet. Cornetist King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band in 1923 was not only the finest jazz group on record, but the most exciting unit up to that point in time. Although it featured some short solos from the octet (particularly Oliver, 22-year old cornetist Louis Armstrong, trombonist Honore Dutrey, and the great clarinetist Johnny Dodds), the emphasis was on the ensembles. All 37 of the band's recordings are on this two-fer (including such classics as the two versions of "Dippermouth Blues," "Froggie Moore," the two renditions of "Snake Rag," "High Society," "Sobbin' Blues," "Chattanooga Stomp," "Buddy's Habits," and three versions of "Mabel's Dream"). In addition, Oliver is heard in 1924 backing the vaudeville team of Butterbeans & Susie and taking two duets with Jelly Roll Morton (including "King Porter Stomp"). This classic New Orleans music is essential for any comprehensive jazz collection. ---Scott Yanow, Rovi

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