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King Oliver's Dixie Devils / Zack Whyte & His Chocolate Beau Brummels - In Harlem's Araby / West End Blues download mp3

King Oliver's Dixie Devils / Zack Whyte & His Chocolate Beau Brummels - In Harlem's Araby / West End Blues download mp3
Title:
In Harlem's Araby / West End Blues
Performer:
King Oliver's Dixie Devils
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1286 mb
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4.1 ✪

A. –King Oliver's Dixie Devils. B. –Zack Whyte & His Chocolate Beau Brummels. A side is not actually King Oliver (the trumpeter is Mike Mosiello).

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West End Blues (King Oliver, Clarence Williams). West End Blues (King Oliver, Clarence Williams).

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Rare Blues Of The Twenties No. 4 Hazel Smith - West End Blues - Get Up Off Your Knees Bessie Tucker - Bessie's Moon Bessie Jackson - Reckless Woman - Tired As I Can Be Alura Mack - Wicket Daddy Blues - West End Blues Leadbelly - Pigmeat Papa - Becky Deem Charley Lincoln - Hard Luck Blues - Chain Gang Trouble Stove Pipe No. 1 - Bed Slats Memphis Sanctified Singers - The Great. Territory Bands 1926-1931 Zach Whyte and his Chocolate Beau Brummels - Mandy - Hum All Your Troubles Away - It's Tight Like That - West End Blues - Good Feelin' Blues - Walkin' Blues Alphonse Trent and his Orchestra - Black And Blue Rhapsody - After You've Gone - St. James Infirmary - I've Found A New Baby Washboard Rhythm Boys - Dog And Cat - Old Man Blues.

Papa Joe’ (King Oliver) wrote ‘West End Blues’, and it was he, along with his Dixie Syncopators that originally recorded a few weeks before Louis did his thing. Louis’s mentor’s version lacks all the fire of the Hot Five and cannot match the dexterity of Louis opening cadenzas. Among those who tried, and failed, to better the Hot Five are Kid Ory, Cootie Williams Rug Cutters, Zach Whyte & His Chocolate Beau Brummels and Jelly Roll Morton, on whose record the trumpet part was played by a clarinet – the sound of a clarinet is what inspired Louis’s trumpet playing.

Tracklist

A King Oliver's Dixie Devils In Harlem's Araby
B Zack Whyte & His Chocolate Beau Brummels West End Blues

Notes

A side is not actually King Oliver (the trumpeter is Mike Mosiello).