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New Orleans Diaspora – Kid Ory and King Oliver

Russell Perry By

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In the last hour we listened to the first jazz recordings by the Original Dixieland Jazz Band in 1917 and the antecedents of the music. In this hour we will follow the diaspora of New Orleans musicians as they spread across the country bringing jazz with them.

Playlist

  • Host Intro 00:00
  • Kid Ory's Sunshine Orchestra "Society Blues" from Ory's Creole Trombone (Greatest Recordings 1922-1944) (ASV Living Era) 2:44
  • Kid Ory's Sunshine Orchestra "Ory's Creole Trombone" from Ory's Creole Trombone (Greatest Recordings 1922-1944) (ASV Living Era) 5:57
  • Host speaks 9:18
  • Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five "Ory's Creole Trombone" from The Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings (Columbia) 9:57
  • Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five "Muscrat Ramble" from The Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings (Columbia)13:02
  • Host speaks 15:39
  • Joseph "King" Oliver's Creole Jazz Band "Chimes Blues" from King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band: The Complete Set (Retrieval) 18:20
  • King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band "Just Gone." from King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band: The Complete Set (Retrieval) 21:01
  • Host speaks 23:49
  • King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band "Dipper Mouth Blues" from King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band: The Complete Set (Retrieval) 24:56
  • King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band "Froggie Moore" from King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band: The Complete Set (Retrieval) 27:24
  • Host speaks 30:42
  • King Oliver's Jazz Band "Snake Rag" from The Norton Jazz Recordings (Norton) 32:23
  • King Oliver's Jazz Band "High Society Rag" from King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band: The Complete Set (Retrieval) 35:37
  • King Oliver's Jazz Band "Dippermouth Blues" from The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz (Smithsonian) 38:32
  • Host speaks 40:59
  • King Oliver's Jazz Band "London Café Blues" from King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band: The Complete Set (Retrieval) 42:27
  • King Oliver's Jazz Band "New Orleans Stomp" from King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band: The Complete Set (Retrieval) 45:09
  • King Oliver's Jazz Band "Tears" from King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band: The Complete Set (Retrieval) 48:03
  • Host speaks 51:12
  • King Oliver accompanied by Jelly Roll Morton "King Porter" from King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band: The Complete Set (Retrieval) 51:53
  • King Oliver accompanied by Jelly Roll Morton "Tom Cat" from King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band: The Complete Set (Retrieval) 54:24
  • Host Outro 57:09

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