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King Oliver and his Orchestra, 1929-1930

Title
King Oliver and his Orchestra, 1929-1930 [sound recording]
Author
Oliver, King, 1885-1938.
Publication
Paris : RCA, p1979.

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Details

Description
2 sound discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm; 12 in.
Series Statement
  • Jazz tribune ; no. 6
  • Double black & white
Subjects
Note
  • Personnel listed on container.
  • Program notes in French and English on container.
Event (note)
  • Recorded in New York, Chicago, and Camden, N.J., Jan. 16, 1929-Sept. 19, 1930.
Contents
West end blues -- I've got that thing -- Call of the freaks -- The trumpet's prayer -- Freakish light blues -- Can I tell you? -- My good man Sam -- What you want me to do? -- Sweet like this -- Too late -- I'm lonesome, sweetheart -- I want you just myself -- I can't stop loving you -- Everybody does it in Hawaii -- Frankie and Johnny -- New Orleans shout -- Saint James infirmary -- I must have it -- Rhythm club stomp (Curwiship glide) -- You're just my type -- Edna -- Boogie woogie -- Mule face blues -- Struggle buggy -- Don't you think I love you? -- Olga -- Shake it and break it -- Stingaree blues -- What's the use of living without love? -- You were only passing time with me -- Nelson stomp -- Stealing love.
OCLC
81504842
Owning Institutions
Princeton University Library