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Friday, December 5, 2014

New Orleans Omnibus Show

Broadcast on the Duplex Mystery Jazz Hour of December 4, 2014.


Louisiana Five "I Ain't-en Got-en No Time" 1919, Columbia 
Armand J. Piron's New Orleans Orch. "Bouncing Around" 1923, Okeh 
Armand J. Piron's New Orleans Orch.  "West Indies Blues" 1923,  Okeh 
Clarence Williams' Blue Five "Texas Moaner Blues" 1924,  Okeh 
Clarence Williams' Blue Five "Livin' High" 1925, Okeh 
Johnny Dunn and His Band "You Need Some Lovin" 1928, Columbia 
Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra "Mahogany Hall Stomp" 1929,  Okeh 
Johnny DeDroit And His New Orleans Orchestra "Number Two Blues" 1924,  Okeh 
Fate Marable's Society Syncopators "Frankie and Johnny" 1924, Okeh 
Johnny Bayersdorffer And His Jazzola Novelty Orchestra "The Waffle Man's Call"1924, Okeh 
Halfway House (Dance) Orchestra "Barataria" 1925, Okeh 
Russ Papalia and His Orchestra "Cross Word Mama" 1925, Okeh 
Brownlee's Orchestra Of New Orleans "Peculiar" 1925, Okeh 
New Orleans Rhythm Kings "I Never Knew Just What a Gal Could Do" 1925, Okeh 
New Orleans Rhythm Kings "She's Crying for Me" 1925, Okeh 
New-Orleans Rhythm Kings "Milenberg Joys" 1925, Okeh  


rob chalfen said...

great track listing, that Dunn/Morton is a hard track to find

Steve Provizer said...

It's odd that Morton sounds both archaic and timeless at the same time.