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The King Jazz Records Story

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: CD1: In A Mezz, Mezzrow Talks; Those Mellow Blues; Gully Low Blues; Cow Cow Blues; 133rd Street Boogie; Mezzrow Talks; I Finally Gotcha; Boogin' With Mezz; Callin' 'Em Home; Step Down, Step Up; Shakin' Loose (2 takes); Broken Man Blues; New Jailhouse Blues; House Party (2 takes); Perdido Street Stomp (two takes); Revolutionary Blues (2 takes); Mezzrow Talks; Blood On The Moon; Levee Blues; Mezzrow Talks; Layin' My Rules In Blues; Bad, Bad Baby Blues (2 takes). CD 2: Mezzrow Talks; Saw Mill Blues; Minor Swoon (3 takes); The Sheik Of Araby (2 takes); Boogin' With Big Sid; Mezzrow Talks; Baby I'm Cuttin' Out (3 takes); Ole Miss (2 takes); Mezzrow Talks; Bowin' The Blues (2 takes); Jelly Roll (4 takes); Perdido Street Stomp (2 takes); 32 Bars of Blues; Forgotten Harmony; Revolutionary Blues. CD3: Mezzrow Talks; Gone Away Blues; De Luxe Stomp; Mezzrow Talks; Out Of The Gallion (3 takes); Mezzrow Talks; Breathless Blues; Mezzrow Talks; Really The Blues Part 1 (2 takes); Really The Blues Part 2 (2 takes); Evil Gal Blues; Mezzrow Talks; Fat Mama Blues; Mezzrow Talks; Mezzrow Talks; You Got To Give It To Me; Hey Daddy Blues; Whoop This Wolf Away From My Door (3 takes); Mezzrow Talks; You Can't Do That To Me; Groovin The Minor (2 takes). CD4: Where Am I? (3 takes); Mezzrow Talks; Tommy's Blues (2 takes); Chicago Function Part 1 (2 takes); Chicago Function Part 2 (2 takes); Mezzrow Talks; I Want Some (2 takes); Mezzrow Talks; I'm Speaking My Mind (3 takes). CD5: I'll Never Forget The Blues (2 takes); Mezzrow Talks; The Blues And Freud (2 takes); Kaiser's Last Break (2 takes); I'm Goin' Away From Here (2 takes); I Got You Some; I Must Have My Boogie; Funky Butt (2 takes); Delta Moon (2 takes); Mezzrow Talks; Blues Of The Roaring Twenties (2 takes); Caravan.

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Article: Album Review

Sidney Bechet & Mezz Mezzrow: The King Jazz Records Story

Read "The King Jazz Records Story" reviewed by Chris Mosey


Three decades before Norman Mailer in 1957 drew attention to the social phenomenon of the “white negro," Mezz Mezzrow claimed to be just that. To use his own terminology, he was “a voluntary negro." Actually an American Jew, he played clarinet in the 1930s and 40s, often, as here, alongside Sidney Bechet. He ...


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