Posts Tagged ‘Kid Ory

22
Nov
07

Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: 1944 – 1945 – The Legendary Crescent Recording Sessions

.
Kid Ory

Was the greatest trombone player in the early years of Jazz.
He originally played banjo, but then switched to trombone.

Perhaps his banjo playing helped shape the “tailgate” style of playing he later developed on the trombone.

In the “tailgate” style, the trombone plays a rhythmic line underneath the trumpets and cornets.

From 1912 to 1919 he led one of the most popular bands in New Orleans. Ory’s Band featured many of the great musicians who would go on to define the Hot Jazz style.

At various times King Oliver, a young Louis Armstrong, Johnny Dodds, Sidney Bechet and Jimmie Noone all played in Ory’s band.

In 1919 Ory relocated to California for health reasons.
He assembled a new group of New Orleans musicians on the West Coast and played regularly under the name of Kid Ory’s Creole Orchestra.

In 1922 they became the first African-American jazz band from New Orleans to record.

They used the name of “Spike’s Seven Pods of Pepper Orchestra” and recorded the songs “Ory’s Creole Trombone” and “Society Blues“.

In 1925 he moved to Chicago, and played regularly with King Oliver, Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five and Hot Seven and with Jelly Roll Morton and several other Chicago groups.

During the Depression Ory played very little and ran a chicken ranch with his brother.
When the Dixieland revival occurred in the 1940’s, Ory found his style of music back in vogue.

He revived Kid Ory’s Creole Orchestra in 1943 and was able to continue
to play, tour and record Jazz until he retired in 1966.
http://www.redhotjazz.com/ory.html
———————————————-

Pueden ver a Kid Ory en el presente video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4t6J11WKyw
———————————————–

Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: 1944 – 1945
– The Legendary Crescent Recording Sessions

Temas

01 creole song.mp3

02 get out of here.mp3

03 blues for jimmie noone.mp3

04 south.mp3

05 panama.mp3

06 under the bamboo tree.mp3

07 careless love.mp3

08 do what ory say.mp3

09 maryland, my maryland.mp3

10 down home rag.mp3

11 1919 rag.mp3

12 oh! didn’t he ramble.mp3

13 ory’s creole trombone.mp3

14 weary blues.mp3

15 maple leaf rag.mp3

16 original dixieland one-step.mp3

Link

RBerdi_KidOry_sCreoleJazzBand-1944-1945.rar
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.

Publicaciones afines – Links
.
Original Dixieland Jazz Band – Jazz Archives 1921 – 1936
.
Jazz Greats – New Orleans Revival – Various Artists
.
Porteña Jazz Band – Página/12 – Volumen 2 y 1
.
Fenix Jazz Band – 20 Years – The Best of the Fenix Jazz Band
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 4 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 4 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 2 – 1927-1928
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Jazz Me Blues
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 4 – Part B (8 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 4 – Part A (7 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 3 – Part B (6 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 3 – Part A (5 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 2 – Part B (4 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 2 – Part A (3 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 1 – Part A
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 1 – Part B
.

22
Nov
07

Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: 1944 – 1945 – The Legendary Crescent Recording Sessions

.
Kid Ory

Was the greatest trombone player in the early years of Jazz.
He originally played banjo, but then switched to trombone.

Perhaps his banjo playing helped shape the “tailgate” style of playing he later developed on the trombone.

In the “tailgate” style, the trombone plays a rhythmic line underneath the trumpets and cornets.

From 1912 to 1919 he led one of the most popular bands in New Orleans. Ory’s Band featured many of the great musicians who would go on to define the Hot Jazz style.

At various times King Oliver, a young Louis Armstrong, Johnny Dodds, Sidney Bechet and Jimmie Noone all played in Ory’s band.

In 1919 Ory relocated to California for health reasons.
He assembled a new group of New Orleans musicians on the West Coast and played regularly under the name of Kid Ory’s Creole Orchestra.

In 1922 they became the first African-American jazz band from New Orleans to record.

They used the name of “Spike’s Seven Pods of Pepper Orchestra” and recorded the songs “Ory’s Creole Trombone” and “Society Blues“.

In 1925 he moved to Chicago, and played regularly with King Oliver, Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five and Hot Seven and with Jelly Roll Morton and several other Chicago groups.

During the Depression Ory played very little and ran a chicken ranch with his brother.
When the Dixieland revival occurred in the 1940’s, Ory found his style of music back in vogue.

He revived Kid Ory’s Creole Orchestra in 1943 and was able to continue
to play, tour and record Jazz until he retired in 1966.
http://www.redhotjazz.com/ory.html
———————————————-

Pueden ver a Kid Ory en el presente video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4t6J11WKyw
———————————————–

Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: 1944 – 1945
– The Legendary Crescent Recording Sessions

Temas

01 creole song.mp3

02 get out of here.mp3

03 blues for jimmie noone.mp3

04 south.mp3

05 panama.mp3

06 under the bamboo tree.mp3

07 careless love.mp3

08 do what ory say.mp3

09 maryland, my maryland.mp3

10 down home rag.mp3

11 1919 rag.mp3

12 oh! didn’t he ramble.mp3

13 ory’s creole trombone.mp3

14 weary blues.mp3

15 maple leaf rag.mp3

16 original dixieland one-step.mp3

Link

RBerdi_KidOry_sCreoleJazzBand-1944-1945.rar
.
.

Publicaciones afines – Links
.
Original Dixieland Jazz Band – Jazz Archives 1921 – 1936
.
Jazz Greats – New Orleans Revival – Various Artists
.
Porteña Jazz Band – Página/12 – Volumen 2 y 1
.
Fenix Jazz Band – 20 Years – The Best of the Fenix Jazz Band
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 4 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 4 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 2 – 1927-1928
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Jazz Me Blues
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 4 – Part B (8 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 4 – Part A (7 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 3 – Part B (6 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 3 – Part A (5 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 2 – Part B (4 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 2 – Part A (3 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 1 – Part A
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 1 – Part B
.

22
Nov
07

Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: 1944 – 1945 – The Legendary Crescent Recording Sessions

.
Kid Ory

Was the greatest trombone player in the early years of Jazz.
He originally played banjo, but then switched to trombone.

Perhaps his banjo playing helped shape the “tailgate” style of playing he later developed on the trombone.

In the “tailgate” style, the trombone plays a rhythmic line underneath the trumpets and cornets.

From 1912 to 1919 he led one of the most popular bands in New Orleans. Ory’s Band featured many of the great musicians who would go on to define the Hot Jazz style.

At various times King Oliver, a young Louis Armstrong, Johnny Dodds, Sidney Bechet and Jimmie Noone all played in Ory’s band.

In 1919 Ory relocated to California for health reasons.
He assembled a new group of New Orleans musicians on the West Coast and played regularly under the name of Kid Ory’s Creole Orchestra.

In 1922 they became the first African-American jazz band from New Orleans to record.

They used the name of “Spike’s Seven Pods of Pepper Orchestra” and recorded the songs “Ory’s Creole Trombone” and “Society Blues“.

In 1925 he moved to Chicago, and played regularly with King Oliver, Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five and Hot Seven and with Jelly Roll Morton and several other Chicago groups.

During the Depression Ory played very little and ran a chicken ranch with his brother.
When the Dixieland revival occurred in the 1940’s, Ory found his style of music back in vogue.

He revived Kid Ory’s Creole Orchestra in 1943 and was able to continue
to play, tour and record Jazz until he retired in 1966.
http://www.redhotjazz.com/ory.html
———————————————-

Pueden ver a Kid Ory en el presente video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4t6J11WKyw
———————————————–

Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: 1944 – 1945
– The Legendary Crescent Recording Sessions

Temas

01 creole song.mp3

02 get out of here.mp3

03 blues for jimmie noone.mp3

04 south.mp3

05 panama.mp3

06 under the bamboo tree.mp3

07 careless love.mp3

08 do what ory say.mp3

09 maryland, my maryland.mp3

10 down home rag.mp3

11 1919 rag.mp3

12 oh! didn’t he ramble.mp3

13 ory’s creole trombone.mp3

14 weary blues.mp3

15 maple leaf rag.mp3

16 original dixieland one-step.mp3

Link

RBerdi_KidOry_sCreoleJazzBand-1944-1945.rar
.
.

Publicaciones afines – Links
.
Original Dixieland Jazz Band – Jazz Archives 1921 – 1936
.
Jazz Greats – New Orleans Revival – Various Artists
.
Porteña Jazz Band – Página/12 – Volumen 2 y 1
.
Fenix Jazz Band – 20 Years – The Best of the Fenix Jazz Band
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 4 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 4 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 2 – 1927-1928
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Jazz Me Blues
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 4 – Part B (8 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 4 – Part A (7 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 3 – Part B (6 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 3 – Part A (5 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 2 – Part B (4 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 2 – Part A (3 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 1 – Part A
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 1 – Part B
.

22
Nov
07

Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: 1944 – 1945 – The Legendary Crescent Recording Sessions

.
Kid Ory

Was the greatest trombone player in the early years of Jazz.
He originally played banjo, but then switched to trombone.

Perhaps his banjo playing helped shape the “tailgate” style of playing he later developed on the trombone.

In the “tailgate” style, the trombone plays a rhythmic line underneath the trumpets and cornets.

From 1912 to 1919 he led one of the most popular bands in New Orleans. Ory’s Band featured many of the great musicians who would go on to define the Hot Jazz style.

At various times King Oliver, a young Louis Armstrong, Johnny Dodds, Sidney Bechet and Jimmie Noone all played in Ory’s band.

In 1919 Ory relocated to California for health reasons.
He assembled a new group of New Orleans musicians on the West Coast and played regularly under the name of Kid Ory’s Creole Orchestra.

In 1922 they became the first African-American jazz band from New Orleans to record.

They used the name of “Spike’s Seven Pods of Pepper Orchestra” and recorded the songs “Ory’s Creole Trombone” and “Society Blues“.

In 1925 he moved to Chicago, and played regularly with King Oliver, Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five and Hot Seven and with Jelly Roll Morton and several other Chicago groups.

During the Depression Ory played very little and ran a chicken ranch with his brother.
When the Dixieland revival occurred in the 1940’s, Ory found his style of music back in vogue.

He revived Kid Ory’s Creole Orchestra in 1943 and was able to continue
to play, tour and record Jazz until he retired in 1966.
http://www.redhotjazz.com/ory.html
———————————————-

Pueden ver a Kid Ory en el presente video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4t6J11WKyw
———————————————–

Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: 1944 – 1945
– The Legendary Crescent Recording Sessions

Temas

01 creole song.mp3

02 get out of here.mp3

03 blues for jimmie noone.mp3

04 south.mp3

05 panama.mp3

06 under the bamboo tree.mp3

07 careless love.mp3

08 do what ory say.mp3

09 maryland, my maryland.mp3

10 down home rag.mp3

11 1919 rag.mp3

12 oh! didn’t he ramble.mp3

13 ory’s creole trombone.mp3

14 weary blues.mp3

15 maple leaf rag.mp3

16 original dixieland one-step.mp3

Link

RBerdi_KidOry_sCreoleJazzBand-1944-1945.rar
.
.

Publicaciones afines – Links
.
Original Dixieland Jazz Band – Jazz Archives 1921 – 1936
.
Jazz Greats – New Orleans Revival – Various Artists
.
Porteña Jazz Band – Página/12 – Volumen 2 y 1
.
Fenix Jazz Band – 20 Years – The Best of the Fenix Jazz Band
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 4 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 4 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 2 – 1927-1928
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Jazz Me Blues
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 4 – Part B (8 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 4 – Part A (7 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 3 – Part B (6 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 3 – Part A (5 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 2 – Part B (4 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 2 – Part A (3 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 1 – Part A
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 1 – Part B
.

22
Nov
07

Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: 1944 – 1945 – The Legendary Crescent Recording Sessions

.
Kid Ory

Was the greatest trombone player in the early years of Jazz.
He originally played banjo, but then switched to trombone.

Perhaps his banjo playing helped shape the “tailgate” style of playing he later developed on the trombone.

In the “tailgate” style, the trombone plays a rhythmic line underneath the trumpets and cornets.

From 1912 to 1919 he led one of the most popular bands in New Orleans. Ory’s Band featured many of the great musicians who would go on to define the Hot Jazz style.

At various times King Oliver, a young Louis Armstrong, Johnny Dodds, Sidney Bechet and Jimmie Noone all played in Ory’s band.

In 1919 Ory relocated to California for health reasons.
He assembled a new group of New Orleans musicians on the West Coast and played regularly under the name of Kid Ory’s Creole Orchestra.

In 1922 they became the first African-American jazz band from New Orleans to record.

They used the name of “Spike’s Seven Pods of Pepper Orchestra” and recorded the songs “Ory’s Creole Trombone” and “Society Blues“.

In 1925 he moved to Chicago, and played regularly with King Oliver, Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five and Hot Seven and with Jelly Roll Morton and several other Chicago groups.

During the Depression Ory played very little and ran a chicken ranch with his brother.
When the Dixieland revival occurred in the 1940’s, Ory found his style of music back in vogue.

He revived Kid Ory’s Creole Orchestra in 1943 and was able to continue
to play, tour and record Jazz until he retired in 1966.
http://www.redhotjazz.com/ory.html
———————————————-

Pueden ver a Kid Ory en el presente video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4t6J11WKyw
———————————————–

Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: 1944 – 1945
– The Legendary Crescent Recording Sessions

Temas

01 creole song.mp3

02 get out of here.mp3

03 blues for jimmie noone.mp3

04 south.mp3

05 panama.mp3

06 under the bamboo tree.mp3

07 careless love.mp3

08 do what ory say.mp3

09 maryland, my maryland.mp3

10 down home rag.mp3

11 1919 rag.mp3

12 oh! didn’t he ramble.mp3

13 ory’s creole trombone.mp3

14 weary blues.mp3

15 maple leaf rag.mp3

16 original dixieland one-step.mp3

Link

RBerdi_KidOry_sCreoleJazzBand-1944-1945.rar
.
.

Publicaciones afines – Links
.
Original Dixieland Jazz Band – Jazz Archives 1921 – 1936
.
Jazz Greats – New Orleans Revival – Various Artists
.
Porteña Jazz Band – Página/12 – Volumen 2 y 1
.
Fenix Jazz Band – 20 Years – The Best of the Fenix Jazz Band
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 4 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 4 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 2 – 1927-1928
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Jazz Me Blues
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 4 – Part B (8 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 4 – Part A (7 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 3 – Part B (6 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 3 – Part A (5 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 2 – Part B (4 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 2 – Part A (3 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 1 – Part A
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 1 – Part B
.

22
Nov
07

Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: 1944 – 1945 – The Legendary Crescent Recording Sessions

.
Kid Ory

Was the greatest trombone player in the early years of Jazz.
He originally played banjo, but then switched to trombone.

Perhaps his banjo playing helped shape the “tailgate” style of playing he later developed on the trombone.

In the “tailgate” style, the trombone plays a rhythmic line underneath the trumpets and cornets.

From 1912 to 1919 he led one of the most popular bands in New Orleans. Ory’s Band featured many of the great musicians who would go on to define the Hot Jazz style.

At various times King Oliver, a young Louis Armstrong, Johnny Dodds, Sidney Bechet and Jimmie Noone all played in Ory’s band.

In 1919 Ory relocated to California for health reasons.
He assembled a new group of New Orleans musicians on the West Coast and played regularly under the name of Kid Ory’s Creole Orchestra.

In 1922 they became the first African-American jazz band from New Orleans to record.

They used the name of “Spike’s Seven Pods of Pepper Orchestra” and recorded the songs “Ory’s Creole Trombone” and “Society Blues“.

In 1925 he moved to Chicago, and played regularly with King Oliver, Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five and Hot Seven and with Jelly Roll Morton and several other Chicago groups.

During the Depression Ory played very little and ran a chicken ranch with his brother.
When the Dixieland revival occurred in the 1940’s, Ory found his style of music back in vogue.

He revived Kid Ory’s Creole Orchestra in 1943 and was able to continue
to play, tour and record Jazz until he retired in 1966.
http://www.redhotjazz.com/ory.html
———————————————-

Pueden ver a Kid Ory en el presente video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4t6J11WKyw
———————————————–

Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: 1944 – 1945
– The Legendary Crescent Recording Sessions

Temas

01 creole song.mp3

02 get out of here.mp3

03 blues for jimmie noone.mp3

04 south.mp3

05 panama.mp3

06 under the bamboo tree.mp3

07 careless love.mp3

08 do what ory say.mp3

09 maryland, my maryland.mp3

10 down home rag.mp3

11 1919 rag.mp3

12 oh! didn’t he ramble.mp3

13 ory’s creole trombone.mp3

14 weary blues.mp3

15 maple leaf rag.mp3

16 original dixieland one-step.mp3

Link

RBerdi_KidOry_sCreoleJazzBand-1944-1945.rar
.
.

Publicaciones afines – Links
.
Original Dixieland Jazz Band – Jazz Archives 1921 – 1936
.
Jazz Greats – New Orleans Revival – Various Artists
.
Porteña Jazz Band – Página/12 – Volumen 2 y 1
.
Fenix Jazz Band – 20 Years – The Best of the Fenix Jazz Band
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 4 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 4 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 2 – 1927-1928
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 3
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 2
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 1
.
Bix Beiderbecke – Jazz Me Blues
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 4 – Part B (8 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 4 – Part A (7 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 3 – Part B (6 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 3 – Part A (5 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 2 – Part B (4 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 2 – Part A (3 of 8)
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 1 – Part A
.
Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 1 – Part B
.

22
Nov
07

Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: 1944 – 1945 – The Legendary Crescent Recording Sessions

.
Kid Ory

Was the greatest trombone player in the early years of Jazz.
He originally played banjo, but then switched to trombone.

Perhaps his banjo playing helped shape the “tailgate” style of playing he later developed on the trombone.

In the “tailgate” style, the trombone plays a rhythmic line underneath the trumpets and cornets.

From 1912 to 1919 he led one of the most popular bands in New Orleans. Ory’s Band featured many of the great musicians who would go on to define the Hot Jazz style.

At various times King Oliver, a young Louis Armstrong, Johnny Dodds, Sidney Bechet and Jimmie Noone all played in Ory’s band.

In 1919 Ory relocated to California for health reasons.
He assembled a new group of New Orleans musicians on the West Coast and played regularly under the name of Kid Ory’s Creole Orchestra.

In 1922 they became the first African-American jazz band from New Orleans to record.

They used the name of “Spike’s Seven Pods of Pepper Orchestra” and recorded the songs “Ory’s Creole Trombone” and “Society Blues“.

In 1925 he moved to Chicago, and played regularly with King Oliver, Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five and Hot Seven and with Jelly Roll Morton and several other Chicago groups.

During the Depression Ory played very little and ran a chicken ranch with his brother.
When the Dixieland revival occurred in the 1940’s, Ory found his style of music back in vogue.

He revived Kid Ory’s Creole Orchestra in 1943 and was able to continue
to play, tour and record Jazz until he retired in 1966.
http://www.redhotjazz.com/ory.html
———————————————-

Pueden ver a Kid Ory en el presente video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4t6J11WKyw
———————————————–

Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: 1944 – 1945
– The Legendary Crescent Recording Sessions

Temas

01 creole song.mp3

02 get out of here.mp3

03 blues for jimmie noone.mp3

04 south.mp3

05 panama.mp3

06 under the bamboo tree.mp3

07 careless love.mp3

08 do what ory say.mp3

09 maryland, my maryland.mp3

10 down home rag.mp3

11 1919 rag.mp3

12 oh! didn’t he ramble.mp3

13 ory’s creole trombone.mp3

14 weary blues.mp3

15 maple leaf rag.mp3

16 original dixieland one-step.mp3

Link

RBerdi_KidOry_sCreoleJazzBand-1944-1945.rar
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Publicaciones afines – Links
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Original Dixieland Jazz Band – Jazz Archives 1921 – 1936
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Jazz Greats – New Orleans Revival – Various Artists
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Porteña Jazz Band – Página/12 – Volumen 2 y 1
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Fenix Jazz Band – 20 Years – The Best of the Fenix Jazz Band
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Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 4 – CD 2
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Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 4 – CD 1
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Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 3
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Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 2
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Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 3 – CD 1
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Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 3
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Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 2 – 1927-1928
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Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 2 – CD 1
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Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 3
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Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 2
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Bix Beiderbecke – Restored – Volumen 1 – CD 1
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Bix Beiderbecke – Jazz Me Blues
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Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 4 – Part B (8 of 8)
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Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 4 – Part A (7 of 8)
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Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 3 – Part B (6 of 8)
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Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 3 – Part A (5 of 8)
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Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 2 – Part B (4 of 8)
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Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 2 – Part A (3 of 8)
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Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 1 – Part A
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Louis Armstrong – The Hot Five and The Hot Seven – Disc 1 – Part B
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