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King Oliver - 1928-1929 Album

King Oliver - 1928-1929 Album Performer: King Oliver
Title: 1928-1929
Category: Jazz
Date of release: 1961
Size MP3: 2339 mb
Size FLAC: 2924 mb
Rating: 4.1

Tracklist

Blind Willie Dunn's Gin Bottle FourBlue Blood Blues
Clarence Williams and his Novelty FourWhat Do You Want Me To Do
Blind Willie Dunn's Gin Bottle FourJet Black Blues
Clarence Williams and his Novelty FourIn The Bottle Blues

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BBE.12493King Oliver 1928-1929 ‎(7", EP)PhilipsBBE.12493UK1961
BBE 12493King Oliver 1928-1929 ‎(7", EP)PhilipsBBE 12493UKUnknown

Album

Complete Jazz Series 1926 - 1928 - King Oliver. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Complete Jazz Series 1926 - 1928. Исполнитель: King Oliver. 2009 jazz. After a couple of fine sides from 1928, the saga of King Oliver turns another corner, heading into 1929 armed with little more than a Victor recording contract. There are plenty of strong performances here. Charlie Holmes puts his personality on the front line, and Fats Pichon sings I've Got That Thing with plenty of mustard as usual. But things are definitely changing. The Quintessence King Oliver 1923-1928: Richmond - Chicago - New York - King Oliver. Album 2012 16 Songs. 2012 Crates Digger Music Group. More By King Oliver. Louis Armstrong and King Oliver. I'll Still Be King. Blues Singers & Hot Bands on Okeh 1924-1929. Listen free to King Oliver Four or Fives Times In Chronological Order 1928 - 1929 Four or Five Times, Four or Five Times - Instrumental and more. 16 tracks 51:20. Do you know any background info about this album Start the wiki. Joe King Oliver was born in Abend, Louisiana near Donaldsonville, and moved to New Orleans in his youth. Oliver played cornet in the New Orleans brass bands and dance bands and also in the city's red-light district, Storyville. The band he co-led with trombonist Kid Ory was considered New Orleans' hottest and best in the 1910s. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. King Oliver. Group Compilation. Songs in album King Oliver - King Oliver And His Orchestra 1929-1930 CD2 2001. King Oliver - West End Blues. King Oliver - I've Got That Thing. King Oliver - Freakish Light Blues. King Oliver - Call Of The Freaks. King Oliver - The Trumpet's Prayer. King Oliver - Can I Tell You. King Oliver - My Good Man Sam. King Oliver Format: Audio CD. Please retry. I did, in fact, rip this album to my hard drive so I could move the tracks around and listen to them sequentially. For me, it was much more enjoyable that way Regardless, this is a GREAT project, and if you can find a copy reasonably, BUY IT. 2012 In Chronological Order 1928 - 1929. West End Blues. King Oliver's Jazz Band, Louis Armstrong, King Oliver. 2005 Remastered. King Oliver And His Orchestra 1929-1930. King Oliver,Tick Gray cornKid Ory tbn Omer Simeon cl,ss,as unknow cl. King Oliver corn James Archey tbn Ernest Elliot cl,as Arville Harris cl,as,ts. Really the Blues: A Blues History 1893-1959, Vol. Four or Fives Times In Chronological Order 1928 - 1929. Latest albums by King Oliver. Holy Christmas Voices

Performer

King Oliver: American jazz cornet player and bandleader. He was particularly recognized for his playing style and his pioneering use of mutes in jazz. Also a notable composer, he wrote many tunes still played today, including Dippermouth Blues, Sweet Like This, Canal Street Blues, and Doctor Jazz. He was the mentor and teacher of Louis Armstrong. His influence was such that Armstrong claimed, if it had not been for Joe Oliver, Jazz would not be what it is today. Dippermouth Blues, High society rag, Black Snake Blues и другие песни. King Oliver: все альбомы, включая Jazz - The Essential Collection, Vol. 1 , King oliver's jazz band with louis armstrong , King Oliver And His Orchestra 1929-1930 и другие. Listen to music from King Oliver like Speakeasy Blues, Dipper Mouth Blues & more. Find the latest tracks, albums. Oliver played cornet in the New Orleans brass bands and dance bands and also in the city's red-light district, Storyville. The band he co-led Listen to music from King Oliver like Speakeasy Blues, Dipper Mouth Blues & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from King Oliver. The band he co-led read more. King Oliver. Biography by Scott Yanow. Follow Artist. New Orleans cornetist and band leader was an early jazz architect, and also famously hired a young horn player named Louis Armstrong. Read Full Biography. Overview . Biography . 2013 Music for Every Mood. Best Jazz Players. The Best Music Collection of The Mills Brothers, Benny Goodman, Bessie Smith, Walter Brown and Other Famous Artists, Vol. Various artists. 2013 160 Songs. King Oliver And His Orchestra King Oliver's Jazz Band His Creole Jazzband King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band King Oliver's Orchestra King Oliver And His Dixie Syncopators King Oliver's Dixie Syncopators King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band 1923. United States. Джозеф Кинг Оливер англ. Joseph King Oliver род. 11 мая 1885, Новый Орлеан, США 10 апреля 1938, Саванна - американский джазовый корнетист и дирижёр. All songs by King Oliver. King Olivers Creole Jazz Band: The Complete Set 19231924. King Oliver-Vocalion & Brunswick Recordings, Vol. 1: Sugar Foot Stomp 19261927. 2: Farewell Blues 19271931. King Oliver and His Orchestra 19291930. Plus many more Some interesting facts. And here is a video of King Oliver and his band playing Mabels Dream. King Oliver is standing in the back row on the left with a cornet. King Oliver and his band playing Mabels Dream. Joseph Nathan King Oliver December 19, 1881 April 10, 1938 was an American jazz cornet player and bandleader. His influence was such that Armstrong claimed, if it had not been for Joe Oliver, Jazz. Joe King Oliver, born as Joseph Nathan Oliver Aben, Louisiana, 11 May 1885- Savannah, 10 april 1938 was an orchestra leader and jazz cornet player. 1 early life. 1 Career. 2 discography. 1 famous songs. listen to 3. 4 Sources. Oliver quickly moved from his birthplace Aben to New Orleans. There, he played first Cornet in a number of bands and formed his own orchestra along with than about 1910 trombonist Kid Ory. Even in a period of racial discrimination was Oliver particularly popular and he