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JOHNNY DODDS - King of the Blues Clarinet 1926-1940

JOHNNY DODDS - King of the Blues Clarinet 1926-1940
£12.99
CD / Product Number: URCD225

The seventh in our acclaimed Portrait series - Johnny Dodds with fantastic bands that he played with throughout his career - King Oliver, Freddie Keppard, Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven, Jimmy Blythe, Dixieland Jug Blowers and also with his own Trio and Orchestra.....and much more....wonderful!

Description

Tracks 1-2 King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band
Track 3 Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five
Tracks 4-5 New Orleans Wanderers
Track 6 Freddie Keppard's Jazz Cardinals
track 7 King Oliver's Dixie Syncopators
Track 8 Dixieland Jug Blowers
Tracks 9-10 Jimmy Bertrand's washboard Wizards
Track 11 The Johny Dodds Trio
Track 12-13 Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven
Track 14-15 Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom Stompers
Tracks 16-17 Jimmy Blythe's Washboard Wizards
Track 18 Blind Blake
Track 19 Johnny Dodds' Washboard Band
Track 20 Johnny Dodds' Orchestra/Hot Six
Track 21 Johnny Dodds Trio
Track 22 Sippie Wallace
Track 23 Paramount Pickers
Track 24-25 Johnny Dodds and his Chicago Boys
Tracks 26-27 Johnny Dodds and his Orchestra

1. Mandy Lee Blues
2. Dipper Mouth Blues
3. Lonesome Blues
4. Perdido Street Blues
5. Gate Mouth
6. Stock Yards Strut
7. Someday, Sweetheart
8. House Rent Rag
9. I'm Goin' Huntin'
10. If You Want To Be My Sugar Papa
11. Oh! Lizzie (A Lover's Lament)
12. Willie The Weeper
13. Wild Man Blues
14. Joe Turner Blues
15. When Erastus Plays His Old Kazoo
16. My Baby
17. Oriental Man
18. Southbound Rag
19. Bull Fiddle Blues
20. Too Tight
21. Indigo Stomp
22. I'm A Mighty Tight Woman
23. Steal Away
24. 29th And Dearborn
25. Blues Galore
26. Red Onion Blues
27. Gravier Street Blues

Reviews of This Recording

What a superb anthology this is, and one of which the entire team at Upbeat should be proud.......Dodds moved there (Chicago) from New Orleans in 1920 and further honed his skills in the cabarets and clubs of the South Side into the sheer brilliance we hear on this CD. New Orleans Music