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Re: Whatever happened to The First Jazz Recordings?

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  • mattppoh
    Dear Scott, Thank you for getting back to me. That is certailny great news!! I ll will definately look forward to it. Thanks, Matt--- ... Band,
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 24, 2005
      Dear Scott,

      Thank you for getting back to me. That is certailny great news!! I'll
      will definately look forward to it.

      Thanks,
      Matt---


      In RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com, Scott Alexander <scott@t...> wrote:
      > I accidentally posted that page before I had finished writing it and
      > then pulled it from the site when I realized my mistake. I'll try to
      > finish it up this weekend and I'll post it again. The purpose of the
      > page was to discuss and pull together every song that labeled itself as
      > a jazz record in some way from the first year of recorded jazz December
      > 1916 to December 1917. It includes all bands that include the various
      > spellings of jazz in the band's name (ODJB, Wilbur Sweatman's Jass
      Band,
      > Frisco Jazz Band, etc.) and all recordings that included jazz in the
      > title such as Collins and Harlan's "That Funny Jas Band From Dixieland"
      > ans so forth.
      >
      > Thanks for you interest,
      > Scott Alexander
      > The Red Hot Jazz Archive
      > www.redhotjazz.com
      >
      >
      > mattppoh wrote:
      >
      > > There are so many wondeful recordings on Redhotjazz and the
      > >information is written in a scholarly way. I am curious about an
      > >article that appeared on Redhotjazz back in March and has disappeared.
      > > There was an excellent article about The First Jazz Records that had
      > >some really good information and great recordings. I enjoyed
      > >listening to them many times. However, since sometime in April it
      > >vanished and I haven't seen it since. Will it be coming back? If not,
      > >is there any way I can download the redordings that were featured in
      > >that article, but nowhere else on redhotjazz? Please let me know, I
      > >really would aprreciate it.
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      > >Yahoo! Groups Links
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