Re: [RedHotJazz] How come?
- So why not start a discussion? In my opinion, this is a discussion list and it is up to the members to address what they feel are worthwhile subjects and not to be entertained by others.
RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com schrieb am 12.08.05 05:42:03:
> I have never seen any mention of Sol Hoopii or King Bennie Nawahi on the
> list. They're from the Hawaiian hot jazz circle. I saw Sol on the site but,
> I think it would be great if the site also had stuff form this genre. Sol
> played with Louis A. by the way and then there's Bing who also got in on the
> Hawaiian craze.
> Yahoo! Groups Links
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- on 12/8/05 7:22, Scott Alexander at scott@... wrote:
> Adriel,Probably because there isn't one! Rust and B&G between them list those which
> When did Sol Hoopii play with with Armstrong? I added Armstong's 1936
> session with Andy Iona'a band and Lionel Hampton here:
> I also added a page aout the 1937 session but I'm too tired to look for
> the 78 right now. I'll dig around tomorrow.
> I don't have a discography for King Bennie Nawahi's jazz oriented records.
are jazz as distinct from merely jazz-oriented.
Malcolm Rockwell, who is related to the OKeh A&R man Tommy Rockwell, but I
forget what the relationship is, has compiled a comprehensive discography of
Hawaiian music, parts of which I have seen and it looks good. I believe it
is complete as we account such matters, because no discography is ever
complete, but lacks a publisher.
Potential angels should probably apply to Malcolm for canonization.
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