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Tommy Ladnier

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Sidney Bechet Tribute This Week On Riverwalk Jazz

Sidney Bechet Tribute This Week On Riverwalk Jazz

The largely self-taught New Orleans reedman Sidney Bechet developed one of the most distinctive solo voices in jazz. Unlike Louis Armstrong, Bechet never achieved stardom in the United States. This week on Riverwalk Jazz, Broadway’s Vernel Bagneris joins The Jim Cullum Jazz Band and reedman Bob Wilber to explore Bechet's musical legacy. The program is distributed ...

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Article: Album Review

Evan Christopher: The Remembering Song

Read "The Remembering Song" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


All roads lead to New Orleans for clarinetist Evan Christopher. Christopher left sunny California in the mid-'90s and arrived in NOLA, ready to absorb from--and contribute to--the rich musical environs that only the Crescent City could claim. His initial stay lasted two years, but the city drew him back again in 2001. After Hurricane Katrina came ...

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Article: Record Label Profile

Retrieval Records: Treasures Lost and Found

Read "Retrieval Records: Treasures Lost and Found" reviewed by Nathan Holaway


“The memory of things gone is important to a jazz musician. Things like old folks singing in the moonlight in the back yard on a hot night or something said long ago."-- Louis Armstrong “You hear about the Duke Ellingtons, the Jimmie Luncefords, and the Fletcher Hendersons, but people sometimes forget that jazz was ...

Album

The Panassié Sessions

Label: Spotlite Records
Released: 1967

Album

Tommy Ladnier - Mezz Mezzrow

Label: Spotlite Records
Released: 0


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