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Various - Ragtime To Jazz 1 -- 1912-1919 album mp3

Performer: Various
Title: Ragtime To Jazz 1 -- 1912-1919
Released: 1997
Style: Ragtime, Early
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 238
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Ragtime To Jazz 1 1912-1919. Songs: 29. Artists: Blake's Jazzone Orchestra. Earl Fuller's Famous Jazz Band. Earl Fuller's Rector Novelty Orchestra. Europe's Society Orchestra. Original Dixieland Jazz Band - Oriental Jazz (Sudan) 03:31. Blake's Jazzone Orchestra - The Jazz Dance 02:58. Wilbur C. Sweatman's Original Jazz Band - Ev'rybody's Crazy 'Bout the Doggone Blues, But I'm Happy 03:00. Mike Bernard - Blaze Away 02:48. Louisiana Five Jazz Orchestra - After All 02:42. Dabney's Band - Slow Drag Blues 02:30. Ted Lewis Jazz Band - Blues (My Naughty Sweetie Gave Me) 03:00. Louisiana Five - Down Where the Rajahs Dwell 02:54. Go to artist profile. Don't want to see ads?

This is a timeline documenting events of Jazz in the year 1919. Births in that year included Art Blakey and Nat King Cole. In 1919, although 70 blacks were killed by white mobs, a monumental step was made when he NAACP promoted the slogan "The new Negro has no fear", which helped the cause of jazz. The Original Dixieland Jazz Band visited England in 1919 and generated new interest in the new music.

The duration of song is 03:47. This song is sung by Friscoe "Jazz" Band. playSongFromServer({ids:7526338,play song:0,action:'tracklist',source:1,source id:1,objtype:1,premium content:0}); Albums  .

1997 - Ragtime To Jazz 2 (1916 - 1922) (01:12:42). 01. Husk O'hare's Super Orchestra Of Chicago - Tiger Rag 02. Whiteway Jazz Band - Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me 03. Bobby Lee & His Music Landers - Truly 04. Lopez Hamilton's Kings Of Harmony Orchestra - Dixieland One-Step 05. Syncopating Skeeters - Loose Feet 06. Lanin's Southern Serenaders - Shake It And Breal It 07. Anonimous Jazz Band - Lonesome Road 08. Louisiana Five - Hello, Hello 09. Unknown Black Orchestra - Muscle Shoals Blues 10.

Jazz is a music genre that originated in the African-American communities of New Orleans, United States. It originated in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and developed from roots in blues and ragtime. Jazz is seen by many as "America's classical music". Since the 1920s Jazz Age, jazz has become recognized as a major form of musical expression.

Oriental Jazz (Sudan) - Frank Hale (. p3. 18. The Jazz Dance - W. Overstreet. 19. Ev'rybody's Crazy 'Bout The Doggone Blues, But I'm Happy - Creamer & Layton. 20. Blaze Away - Mike Bernard. 21. After All - Callahan & Roberts. 24. Down Where the Rajahs Dwell - Anton Lada & Skidmore. Ragtime to Jazz 1 1912-1919.

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1 Roy Spangler Red Onion Rag
Piano – Roy Spangler
2 Mike Bernard Maori - A Samoan Dance
Piano – Mike Bernard
3 Mike Bernard 1915 Rag
Piano – Mike Bernard
4 Europe's Society Orchestra Too Much Mustard
Clarinet – Edgar Campbell Directed By – James Reese EuropeDrums – Buddie Gilmore*Mandolin Banjo [banjo-mandolin], Mandolin Banjo [2nd banjo-mandolin], Mandolin Banjo [3rd banjo-mandolin], Mandolin Banjo [4th banjo-mandolin], Mandolin Banjo [5th banjo-mandolin] – Unknown ArtistPiano – Ford Dabney, Leonard SmithTrumpet – Crickett Smith*Violin – George Smith*, Tracy Cooper , Walter Scott
5 Europe's Society Orchestra Down Home Rag
Clarinet – Edgar Campbell Directed By – James Reese EuropeDrums – Buddie Gilmore*Mandolin Banjo [banjo-mandolin], Mandolin Banjo [2nd banjo-mandolin], Mandolin Banjo [3rd banjo-mandolin], Mandolin Banjo [4th banjo-mandolin], Mandolin Banjo [5th banjo-mandolin] – Unknown ArtistPiano – Ford Dabney, Leonard SmithTrumpet – Crickett Smith*Violin – George Smith*, Tracy Cooper , Walter Scott
6 The Versatile Four Down Home Rag
Drums – Charlie Johnson*Mandolin Banjo [banjo-mandolin] – Gus Haston, Tony Tuck Piano – Charlie Mills Vocals – The Versatile Four
7 Wilbur C. Sweatman* Accompanied By Emerson String Trio Down Home Rag
Clarinet – Wilbur C. Sweatman*Piano – Malvin FranklinSaxophone [C-melody saxophone, possibly] – Nathan GlantzViolin – Unknown Artist
8 Original Dixieland Jass Band* Darktown Strutters' Ball
Clarinet – Larry ShieldsCornet – Nick LaRoccaDrums – Tony SbarbaroPiano – Henry RagasTrombone – Eddie Edwards
9 Original Dixieland Jass Band* Indiana
Clarinet – Larry ShieldsCornet – Nick LaRoccaDrums – Tony SbarbaroPiano – Henry RagasTrombone – Eddie Edwards
10 Wilbur Sweatman And His Jass Band Joe Turner Blues
Alto Saxophone – Clarence 'Piccolo' Jones, Vess WilliamsBaritone Saxophone – Charlie ThorpesBass Saxophone – Frank Withers*Clarinet, Leader – Wilbur SweatmanTenor Saxophone – Henry Minton
11 Wilbur Sweatman And His Jass Band A Bag Of Rags
Alto Saxophone – Clarence 'Piccolo' Jones, Vess WilliamsBaritone Saxophone – Charlie ThorpesBass Saxophone – Frank Withers*Clarinet, Leader – Wilbur SweatmanTenor Saxophone – Henry Minton
12 Frisco 'Jass' Band* Johnson 'Jass' Blues
Banjo, Drums – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Rudy WiedoeftPiano – Arnold JohnsonTrombone – Buster JohnsonViolin – Marco Woolf
13 Earl Fuller's Famous Jazz Band Slippery Hank
Clarinet – Ted LewisDrums – John Lucas Leader – Earl FullerPiano – Ernie CuttingTrombone – Harry RadermanTrumpet – Walter Kahn
14 Friscoe 'Jazz' Band* Night-Time In Little Italy
Banjo, Drums – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Rudy WiedoeftPiano – Arnold JohnsonTrombone – Buster JohnsonViolin – Marco Woolf
15 Earl Fuller’s Rector Novelty Orchestra Pork And Beans
Alto Saxophone – Bill ScottiDrums – Paul Farmer Piano – Babe FullerViolin – Frank Copie, Jack Harris , Phil BardiViolin, Leader – Nat Harris Xylophone – George Hamilton Green
16 Original Dixieland Jass Band* Tiger Rag
Clarinet – Larry ShieldsCornet – Nick LaRoccaDrums – Tony SbarbaroPiano – Henry RagasTrombone – Eddie Edwards
17 Original Dixieland Jazz Band Oriental Jazz (Sudan)
Clarinet – Larry ShieldsCornet – Nick LaRoccaDrums – Tony SbarbaroPiano – Henry RagasTrombone – Eddie Edwards
18 Blake's Jazzone Orchestra The Jazz Dance
Cornet, Cornet [2nd c.], Trombone, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Violin, Piano, Banjo, Brass Bass, Drums – Unknown Artist
19 Wilbur C. Sweatman's Original Jazz Band* Everybody's Crazy 'Bout The Doggone Blues, But I'm Happy
Brass Bass [possibly] – Henry Bowser, Ogese T. McKayClarinet, Leader – Wilbur SweatmanPiano – Dan ParishTrombone [possibly] – Arthur Reeves, Major Jackson Trumpet – Crickett Smith*
20 Mike Bernard Blaze Away
Piano – Mike Bernard
21 Louisiana Five Jazz Orchestra* After All
Banjo – Karl Berger Drums, Leader – Anton LadaPiano – Joe CawleyTrombone – Alcide Nuñez*
22 Dabney's Band* Slow Drag Blues
Alto Saxophone – Alonzo Williams Brass Bass – John Haywood Clarinet – Edgar Campbell Drums – Dennis Johnson Piano, Directed By – Ford T. Dabney*Trombone, Euphonium – Nappy LeeTrumpet – Crickett Smith*Trumpet, Trombone, Euphonium, Clarinet, Flute – Unknown ArtistViolin – Bernard 'Buttercup' ParkerViolin [possibly] – Allie Ross
23 Ted Lewis Jazz Band* Blues (My Naughty Sweetie Gave Me)
Clarinet, Leader – Ted LewisCornet – Walter Kahn Drums – John Lucas Piano – Frank Ross Trombone – Harry RadermanViolin [possibly] – Lou Raderman
24 Louisiana Five Down Where The Rajahs Dwell
Banjo – Karl Berger Drums, Leader – Anton LadaPiano – Joe CawleyTrombone – Alcide Nuñez*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Timeless Records
  • Copyright (c) – Timeless Records

Credits

  • Compiled By, Remastered By, Research [Original Material] – John R. T. Davies
  • Coordinator [Production Coordination] – Ria Wigt
  • Executive-Producer – Chris Barber, Wim Wigt
  • Liner Notes – Mark Beresford
  • Research [Discography] – Wim Van Eyle

Notes

Recording date, location, matrix, catalog number:
1. circa late 1912-early 1913, New York, 383, Keenophone/Rex 5026
2. May 8, 1913, New York, 38829-2, Columbia A-1427
3. June 27, 1913, New York, 38927-1, Columbia A-1427
4. December 29, 1913, New York, 14246-1, Victor 35359
5. December 29, 1913, New York, 14247-2, Victor 35359
6. February 3, 1916, Hayes, Middlesex, England, HO-1499-ac, His Master's Voice C-654
7. circa December 1916, New York, 2377-1, Emerson 7161
8. January 30, 1917, New York, 77086-3, Columbia A-2297
9. January 30, 1917, New York, 77087-3, Columbia A-2297
10. April 1917, New York, 66033, Pathe 20167
11. April 1917, New York, 66037, Pathe 20167
12. May 10, 1917, New York, 5553-C, Edison 50470
13. June 4, 1917, New York, 20062-2, Victor 18321
14. June 4, 1917, New York, 5602-2, Edison 50515
15. July 19, 1917, New York, 77220-3, Columbia A-2370
16. August 7, 1917, New York, (----), Aeolian Vocalion 1206
17. November 24, 1917, New York, A-444, Aeolian Vocalion 12097
18. November 1917, New York, 66787-2, Pathe 20430
19. March 28, 1918, New York, 77741-1, Columbia A-2548
20. April 22, 1918, New York, 77780-1, Columbia A-2577
21. circa May 1919, New York, 650-B, OKeh 1200
22. circa August 1919, New York, 2372, Aeolian Vocalion 12195
23. September 5, 1919, New York, 78624-2, Columbia A-2798
24. November 1919, New York, 4696-2, Emerson 10116

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