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Mamies Blues - Various - The Commodore Jazz Sampler — Classics In Swing (1938-1944)

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  1. Mar 21,  · Back in June , Jazz & Blues Report, issue , ran my review of several reissues of material from the legendary Commodore label. Amazon does show some of these as still available. GRP Records recently acquired the Commodore label catalog of classic jazz recordings from the .
  2. First recording of the blues: Mamie Smith's "Crazy Blues" recorded by Ralph Peer for OKeh This whetted the public's appetite for something new in music, and ignited the blues craze of the 's Two-sided records become more common. Frank Walker, who went to work for Columbia in , became one of the industry's first influential A&R.
  3. – The Metropolitan Opera House in New York City hosts a jazz concert for the first time. The performers are Louis Armstrong, Benny Goodman, Lionel Decade: s in jazz.
  4. Events August. The American Federation of Musicians president James C. Petrillo initiated a ban on recording, in hopes of coercing record companies into returning part of their profits to the union to be used for special concerts and projects. This forced the record companies to focus on recording singers and singing groups and reissuing previously recorded dance.shalilacebludconjurorlawyn.infoinfo: s in jazz.
  5. Explore releases from the Commodore Jazz Classics label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Commodore Jazz Classics releases. The Commodore Jazz Sampler — "Classics In Swing" () Various: Jazz In New York.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Commodore Jazz Sampler — "Classics In Swing" () on Discogs.5/5(1).
  7. Jan 16,  · Early jazz by the Original Dixieland Jazz Band, playing "Clarinet Marmalade Blues", recorded in and released on a VICTOR label 78 rpm record. Enjoy!
  8. Jun 07,  · This is the only CD album of the classic Commodore jazz artists and as such, it is very valuable. My only quarrel is in the selection of artists and limitation of their offerings. George Brunies, Eddie Edwards' Original Dixieland Band,and Wild Bill Davison are deserving of more tunes.3/5(3).

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