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Various - History Of Jazz (The Golden Era) album mp3

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Title: History Of Jazz (The Golden Era)
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The Jazz Age's cultural repercussions were primarily felt in the United States, the birthplace of jazz. Originating in New Orleans as a fusion of African and European music, jazz played a significant part in wider cultural changes in this period, and its influence on pop culture continued long afterward.

The history of Jamaica's music is a fascinating one, and seldom has a nation's pop music been so celebratory, political, and concerned with civil rights, all rolled into an upside-down one-drop rhythm that is as recognizable as it is pervasive. Part mento, part African drums, part American jazz, soul, and R&B, part a Marcus Garvey-derived treatise on human rights and repatriation, Jamaica's reggae is pop music with clear revolutionary goals, intent on dancing in the face of Babylon while forthrightly chanting it down.

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I have had untold hours of pleasure listening to the first 3 discs in this collection. I am not a fan of bebop, perhaps because I love to dance, and the changing rhythms and/or frantic tempos of disc 4 turned me off. However, the first 3 CDs have about 75 numbers on them, all the original recordings from the great small groups and big bands from about 1920 thru the early 1940s. They include many numbers of the PBS History of Jazz shown in the early 2000s(?). Thus, a curious person can get a rough intro. to jazz history thru listening and reading liner notes.

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A1 Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra* Wang Wang Blues
Banjo – Mike PingitoreClarinet – Gus MuellerDrums – Harold McDonaldPiano – Ferde GroféTrombone – Buster JohnsonTrumpet – Tommy GottTuba – Hank Stern
A2 Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra* San
Bass Saxophone – Joe RushtonTrombone – Elmer SmithersTrumpet – Paul GeilViolin – Matty Malneck
A3 Jack Teagarden's Chicagoans 'Deed I Do
Bass – Artie ShapiroClarinet – Heinie BeauDrums – Zutty SingletonGuitar – Dave BarbourPiano – Joe SullivanTenor Saxophone – Dave Matthews Trombone, Vocals – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Billy May
A4 Jack Teagarden's Chicagoans Stars Fell On Alabama
Bass – Artie ShapiroClarinet – Heinie BeauDrums – Zutty SingletonGuitar – Dave BarbourPiano – Joe SullivanTenor Saxophone – Dave Matthews Trombone, Vocals – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Billy May
B1 Sonny Greer The Mooche
Alto Saxophone – Otto HardwickBass – Red CallenderClarinet – Barney BigardDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Fred GuyPiano – Dave BrooksTrumpet – Taft Jordan
B2 Red Nichols And His Pennies Royal Garden Blues
Bass – Gene EnglundClarinet – Heinie BeauDrums – Frank CarlsonPiano – Earl SturgisTenor Saxophone – Don LodiceTrombone – Floyd O'BrienTrumpet – Red Nichols
B3 Jay McShann And His Kansas City Stompers Come On Over To My House
Alto Saxophone – Tommy DouglasBass – Walter PageDrums – Baby LovettGuitar – Efferge WarePiano – Jay McShannTenor Saxophone – Clairbone GravesTrumpet – Oliver ToddVocals – Julia Lee
B4 Jay McShann And His Kansas City Stompers Trouble In Mind
Alto Saxophone – Tommy DouglasBass – Walter PageDrums – Baby LovettGuitar – Efferge WarePiano – Jay McShannTenor Saxophone – Clairbone GravesTrumpet – Oliver ToddVocals – Julia Lee
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