Freddie Keppard made a handful of recordings with certain hot Chicago jazz bands during the mid-'20s. Jazz critics and historians seem to enjoy arm wrestling over the question of exactly which sessions actually had Keppard in attendance. In a way the point is moot, and the real reason for listening to these relics is to be able to enjoy a stack of rusty old platters waxed in the wilds of the Windy City
Cornet – Elwood Graham (tracks: A1 to A5, B1 to B4), Freddie Keppard (tracks: A1 to A4, A6, A7), George Mitchell (3) (tracks: A5), James Tate (tracks: A6, A7). Cornet – Charlie Allen (3) (tracks: B1 to B6), Elwood Graham (tracks: B5, B6). Drums – Andrew Hilaire (tracks: A1 to A5, B1 to B4), James Bertrand (tracks: A6, A7).
Doc Cook & His 14 Doctors of Syncopation. Doc Cook's Dreamland Orchestra. Erskine Tate's Vendome Orchestra.
Doc Cook & His 14 Doctors of Syncopation : (21-22) Freddie Keppard, Elwood Graham (cnt), Fayette Williams, Bill Dawson (tb), Jimmie Noone (cl), Joe Poston (as), William Butler (as, vln), Clarence Owens (ts), Jerome Carrington (p), John St-Cyr (bjo), Bill Newton (tu), Andrew Hilaire (dm. ), "Doc" Cooke (arr. lead). In 1996 the French EPM Musique label released the identical material on 1923-1928 under the title of New Orleans Giants, Vol. 1. Perhaps this 1998 release was aimed at those record collectors who actually don't listen to the sides they purchase, or at least not in enough detail to notice that this is the same exact 26 tracks as on the. previous release. Several other things are printed on the cover, all of which might be interpreted as alternate album titles.
Artist: Freddie Keppard Album: New Orleans Giant 1923/1928 Genre: New Orleans Jazz Label: EPM Musique Released: 1998 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: Cutie Blues (Tate) - 2:54. Chinaman Blues (Burdeth) - 3:16. The Memphis Maybe Man (Cook, Gillespie, Moll) - 2:39. The One I Love (Belongs to Somebody Else) (Jones, Kahn) - 2:30. High Fever (Sanders) - 3:15.
24 - 25 - Jasper Taylor and His State Street Boys. paid, which was the accepted policy of record companies.
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. June 11, 1927 recording "Alligator Crawl", Doc Cook. Doc" Cook and his 14 Doctors of Syncopation - Alligator Crawl. Doc Cook's Dreamland Orchestra "So This Is Venice" Gennett 5360 Freddie Keppard Jimmy Noone. High Fever : Doc Cook and His Dreamland Orchestra ( Featuring Freddie Keppard). Freddie Keppard Doc Cooke And His 14 Doctor's New Orleans Giant 1923-. Freddie Keppard & Jimmy Noone et al Play "Love Found You For Me". Extract Chords.