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Tiny Parham

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The Evergreen Classic Jazz Band: Early Tunes: 1915-1932

Read "Early Tunes: 1915-1932" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


The first incarnation of jazz that is, rightly or wrongly, referred to as Trad Jazz or Dixieland, is not merely confined to historical releases or to the Preservation Hall in New Orleans. There are still many proponents of the style spread out across the US and abroad. One such ensemble is the Seattle based ...

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Brian Carpenter: In Between The Cracks

Read "Brian Carpenter: In Between The Cracks" reviewed by DanMichael Reyes


To write that Brian Carpenter has had an interesting career would be an incomplete statement since he holds so many. By day Carpenter is an engineer, but there's also his radio shows, his acting career, a film he's working on about Albert Ayler, his band Brian Carpenter and the Confessions where he sings and composes, and ...

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Brian Carpenter’s Ghost Train Orchestra: Hothouse Stomp

Read "Hothouse Stomp" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


One of the beauties of long-lived music genres is if a current one becomes boring and the future looks, well, too futuristic, we can always go backwards, investigating earlier forms we may have not paid attention to earlier. And herein lies the value of Brian Carpenter's Hothouse Stomp: The Music of 1920 Chicago and Harlem. The ...

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Tiny Parham's South Side Jazz

Label: Jazz Cuisine Recordings
Released: 1955


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