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Red Nichols: The Red Heads

Label: Jazz Oracle
Released: 2011

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Red Nichols: The Red Heads

Read "Red Nichols: The Red Heads" reviewed by Andrew J. Sammut


Red NicholsThe Red HeadsJazz Oracle2003 If you play on your own terms for small audiences without any recognition, you're a hero; if you do it while earning a steady paycheck and selling plenty of records, you're a sell-out. Or so it might seem for Ernest Loring “Red" ...

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Jazz Oracle: Portal to Antiquity

Read "Jazz Oracle: Portal to Antiquity" reviewed by Nathan Holaway


“Life would be no better than candlelight tinsel and daylight rubbish if our spirits were not touched by what has been."--George Eliot The world will never be able to hear exactly how Beethoven or Bach played their instruments, but it can hear how artists such as clarinetist Wilbur Sweatman and clarinetist and ...

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1933: The Cheloni Broadcast Transcriptions

Label: Jazz Oracle
Released: 2008
Track listing: CD1: Ay! Mama Ines; What a Perfect Combination; A Sleepy Little Village; Dark Eyes; Star Dust; When It

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Article: Album Review

Eddie South: 1933: The Cheloni Broadcast Transcriptions

Read "1933: The Cheloni Broadcast Transcriptions" reviewed by George Kanzler


Eddie South was one of the earliest jazz violinists--he recorded in 1923 (Joe Venuti, often thought of as the earliest, didn't record until 1924) and one of the first African/American jazz musicians to play extensively in Europe. South was also a highly-trained violinist, having studied at the Chicago College of Music and the Paris Conservatory; if ...


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