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Every record from 1938 I have rated 5 stars, 4.5 stars or 4 stars all with own or. Suzanna Blues / Black Gal Blues (1938) [Single]. 6.Sidney "Pops" Bechet with Noble Sissle's Swingsters. Now you been my woman, almost a year. Based on an original arrangement by Eddie Durham and rehearsed in the basement of.

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. and Frances Eugene Mikall as well as jazz greats Noble Sissle and Charles. for many years in the basement of the 369th Regiment Armory, will shed light on. It has particular relevance to the history of jazz, African American blues, Latin. in Ellington's band who wrote such jazz standards as, “Caravan” and “Perdido.

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Blue Monday (opera) Blue Monday (Opera à la Afro-American) was the original name of a one-act "jazz opera" by George Gershwin, renamed 135th Street during a later production. The English libretto was written by Buddy DeSylva.

Well, here are the contents of a letter Jelly Roll wrote me from Fort Wayne, Indiana, in 1923, Mr. Morton is also the composer of Jelly Roll Blues, a number that was quite popular some years ago. The radio station, WHAS, was located in the basement of Harry Curry's Music Store on 4th Avenue. By NOBLE SISSLE.

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Here, the 93-year-old Blake recalls. "Kiss Me Again" and "St. Louis Blues." McPartland then performs a solo tribute to Blake with her elegant rendition of "I’m Just Wild about Harry." The tune was.

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Blue Monday was the original name of a one-act "jazz opera" by George Gershwin, renamed 135th Street during a later production. The English libretto was written by Buddy DeSylva. Gershwin and DeSylva wrote the work in five days and five nights, and soon after completion it was orchestrated by Will Vodery, a very.

John Steiner, jazz collector, record producer, chemist. The collection spans 140 years and documents Chicago jazz and blues, musicians. Initially, they ran S/D Records from Steiner's basement but eventually moved to downtown Chicago.. I Wish I Had Someone to Rock Me in the Cradle of Love," Noble Sissle, music.

Mar 18, 2013. Ed Smalls' basement club featured singing and dancing waiters, floorshows, and top. A prolific writer, Hughes wrote The Negro Speaks of Rivers (1921) and Weary Blues (1927). Love Will Find a Way , by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake. Ellison lived here when he wrote The Invisible Man (1952).

Artist: Cootie Williams Rug Cutters Title: Blues In My Condition [5-7-1941] Artist: Glenn Miller (Frankie Carle composition). Noble Sissle and His International Orchestra Title: Polka Dot Rag [8-15-1934] Artist:. Harry James Title: Record Session [6-30-1941] Artist: Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong Title: Who Walks In (When I Walk Out.

Her 1981 one-woman Broadway show, "Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music," won a special Tony Award. In it, the 64-year-old singer used two renditions. She left the club in 1935 to tour with Noble.

(Noble Sissle / Eubie Blake), 4-14-1937, New York, New York, Variety M 398. Basement Blues (Low-Downer Than Any Low-Down Blues) (W.C. Handy), 4-21-.

Pentimento, the new CD by Jessica Molaskey primarily mines the rare ore of songs from. Molaskey performs the Eubie Blake/Noble Sissle classic “I’m Just Wild About Harry,” as a ballad rather than in.

Oct 17, 2017. through the Oberlin years; he is William Mercer Cook in Oberlin registrations and. Negro Has Written Songs Any White Composer Might Be Proud Of”. (NY Press. (August/September) of 1897, in John Cook's basement. NB: The Dunbar. "The Kiss of Love I Crave," by Noble Sissle. 1916-1917.

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Early in his career, Watkins met a producer at the now-defunct Thai Joe’s located in the basement of the Prospect Mall who gave. owned by fellow DJ and restaurateur Andy Noble, but says the.

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HBO’s Lackawanna Blues: No other director — certainly none since the. is about the 1921 Eubie Blake/Noble Sissle musical that opened on Broadway at Daly’s 63rd Street Theatre in 1921 and featured,

Noble Sissle’s Society Orchestra was one of the first all-black bands to be accepted by white audiences, After a year touring with Sissle, Horne obtained Edna’s permission to spend Christmas of 1936 with her father in Pittsburgh. The Birth of the Blues, and made her first appearance at New York’s prestigious Café Society Downtown, then.

The Basement Blues (Album Version). by Noble Sissle And His International Orchestra. by Sidney "Pops" Bechet With;Noble Sissle's Swingsters. I have heard quite a few of his recordings over the years and I think these are among the.

coincides with the release of The Basement Tapes Complete, an exhaustive six-disc excavation of the wild, woolly treasure trove of originals, covers, standards, country, blues and folk songs recorded.

Contributor: Gennett – Sissle, [Noble] – Blake, [Eubie] – De. (Content). The song concerns a vision of the arrival of Europeans in Alaska by a Yup’ik medicine man a year before the exploration of the Alaska coastline by Captain James Cook between April and September, 1778. Gulf Coast blues and impressions two Catalog Record Only George.

literally, hmm, sixty years, I recorded a [supervising?] recording with the great Etta. when it came time for the state fair, he would issue ribbons; you know, blue. Walton: It was in a basement, but uh, a little different from uh, your Caverns here. Mary Lou Williams and his brother's named Noble for Noble Sissle, and.

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In 1921 he recorded with Fletcher Henderson’s Dance Orchestra, and later played in the pit orchestra for Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake’s musical, Shuffle Along. Later in the 1920s, Still served as the arranger of Yamekraw , a “Negro Rhapsody” composed.

He played in the orchestras of Jimmie Lunceford, Herbie Fields, Sam Donahue, Lucky Millinder, Dizzy Gillespie, and Noble Sissle during the ’40s to the early ’50’s. His last big band gig was with the.

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This one, however, enjoyed a healthy and profitable one-year run. It then toured the country. the Johnson brothers, Eubie Blake, Noble Sissle, and many others enjoyed success. Black composers could.

A1, –Noble Sissle And His Orchestra · Loveless Love (1st Version), 3:14. New York, April 21, 1931. A2, –Noble Sissle And His Orchestra · The Basement Blues.

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He backed up many of the Classic Blues singers of the 1920s, such as Ida Cox, Ethel Waters and Bessie Smith. Johnson’s 1921 recording of Carolina Shout is considered to be the first recorded Jazz piano solo by some critics, although it sounds a lot like Ragtime to this listener’s ears. He wrote several musical revues,

Noble Lee Sissle (July 10, 1889 – December 17, 1975) was an African-American jazz. Years earlier Sissle had struck up a partnership with Blake after they first met in Baltimore in 1915. When it premiered in 1921, Shuffle Along became the first hit musical on Broadway written by and about African Americans. It was also.

On screen, on records and in nightclubs and concert halls, Horne was at home vocally with a wide musical range, from blues and jazz to the sophistication. She left the club in 1935 to tour with.

DISCUSSIONS – ADDITIONS – CORRECTIONS. When did Harry Carney join the band?. (Rosa Henderson)/Broken Busted Blues (Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake)/Loud Speakin’ Papa (Elsie. released between 2Jan31 and 24Jan34. Victor released a total of 357 race issues over a five-year period. (Race-series issues recorded by integrated bands: V-38046 by.

That terrible experience was the beginning of the blues, which made its way to the. After a couple of more recordings, she made no more for eight years. Eubie Blake, Noble Sissle, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Louis Armstrong and. in a tiny off-Broadway show in a church basement in New York's Upper East Side,

They’re ending the year by releasing an unexpected album: “Blue & Lonesome,” a classic blues record, and their first studio album. began playing Saturday nights at a basement blues club in West.

Indianapolis-born Noble Sissle (1889-1974) and Baltimore native Eubie Blake (1887-1983)—two of the most famous early African-American composers, vaudeville stars and recording artists—began their careers during the ragtime era.

Josie Miles was a well-recorded 1920s singer and. Now (Wilbur Sweatman); Undertaker’s Blues (Helen Gross); Memphis Bound (Viola McCoy); Don’t Advertise Your Man (Rosa Henderson); Broken Busted.

Feb 6, 2019. In 1921, Blake and long-time collaborator Noble Sissle wrote the. of Spain with the Jazz Hounds and the Williams Brothers Blue Rhythm Orchestra. him to plummet through a trap door all the way down into the basement.

Over 1,800 78-rpm discs document the early commercial recordings of blues, jazz, and popular. Note: Performed with Sissle, Noble's Swingsters. Harris crossed through and wrote "Eddie Condon Orch" in.. Herman, Woody and his Orchestra (Coral 60001) Side A: Please Don't Say "No" ; Side B: Basie's Basement.

Track and Artist Listing:Star Dust – Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra; Dead Man Blues – Jelly Roll Morton’s Red Hot Peppers; Dear Old Southland – Noble Sissle and His Orchestra featuring Sidney.

Where To Find Classical Music Performances Feb 10, 2014. Revered for its searching performances of Beethoven and Shostakovich, the Quartet is equally at home in music ranging from Mozart to. Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla became music director of the City of Birmingham Symphony in England, and Santtu-Matias Rouvali was appointed to the Gothenburg Symphony of Sweden. Leading riveting concerts with. Manhattan School of

DISCUSSIONS – ADDITIONS – CORRECTIONS. When did Harry Carney join the band?. (Rosa Henderson)/Broken Busted Blues (Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake)/Loud Speakin’ Papa (Elsie. released between 2Jan31 and 24Jan34. Victor released a total of 357 race issues over a five-year period. (Race-series issues recorded by integrated bands: V-38046 by.

Horne had an impressive musical range, from blues and jazz to the sophistication of Rodgers. She left the club in 1935 to tour with Noble Sissle’s orchestra, billed as Helena Horne, the name she.

Eugene O'Neill (a white writer) wrote “The Emperor Jones” and “All God's. Fortunately they did bring their musical traditions of the blues and spirituals. Along” known as the livelist, most brilliant musical of its time, written by Noble Sissle, Eubie. Street) were Bank's Basement Brownies, The Bucket of Blood, and Leroy's.