Re: [RedHotJazz] Re: Tommy Ladnier (was re: Hughes Panassie}
- Coming back to the recordings with Sam Wooding Chris listed:
> I don't remember which ones, sorry. He's also on sides with SamAccording to the booklet coming with a "Black Bands in Europe" CD on the EMI Jazztime label (unfortunately o.o.p.), Doc Cheatham positively identified Ladnier on "Ready for the River", and indeed it does sound like his work with Henderson. Most other trumpet solos are by Bobby Martin. The same CD also has the sides recorded by Noble Sissle in 1930, which have Ladnier on them. These include such gems as "She's A Daughter from the Latin Quarter", which is fun, but not exactly a good showpiece for Ladnier and neither are any of the other sides recorded on the occasion. Ladnier is more to the fore on the recordings the Sissle band made after its return to New York, such as "Basement Blues".
> Wooding's band. http://redhotjazz.com/woodingo.html
> You might try
> Bull Foot Stomp
> Tiger Rag
> Sweet Black Blues
> Indian Love (Call)
> Ready for the River
> Mammy's Prayer
> My Pal Called Sal
> Krazy Kat
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- Growing up in Sweden I met Orjan Kjellin (and Lars Ivar Edegran, p) in 1962 playing in the Imperial Band. This band was modeled on the early American revival bands from the 40's and 50's. They recorded their first titles on Sture Hallstom's Pirate Records. On a pre Katarina visit to New Orleans a few years ago I found a CD issued on GHB BCD-144 with all their 17 recorded titles. These recordings have stood the test of time. How a bunch of Swedish teenagers aged 17-18 could sound almost as good as the 1953 Delmark recordings of Geo Lewis is beyond me.
----- Original Message ----
From: silverleafjb <silverleafjb@...>
Sent: Wednesday, July 2, 2008 6:58:32 PM
Subject: [RedHotJazz] Orange Kellin
Yes, I'm aware that Orange Kellin was born and spent his early years in
Sweden. But, he has spent most of his life in New Orleans playing New
Orleans jazz. Hence, in my mind, he's a New Orleans clarinetist.
BTW, I work and have worked with Orange quite a bit. He was a member of
my Silver Leaf Jazz Band in New Orleans and I work with his group the
New Orleans Blues Serenaders. I will be playing the Edinburgh jazz
festival later this month with Orange.
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