Re: [RedHotJazz] Willie Joseph
- Would there be anything in census records or has a draft card been found (Howard, Bob?). Does anyone know if Bill Russell looked for him in his search for a "new
Johnny Dodds", and if so, why he wasn't recorded in the 1944-50 period.
Willie and Papa John Joseph as well as Earl Fouché were cousins of the mother of Dr. Michael White, the contemporary Doddsian clarinetist, by the way.
> According to New Orleans Jazz: A Family Album, Willie Kaiser¹ Joseph__________________________________________________________________
> was b.
> St. James Parish, c.1892, died N.O. 1951. He is the younger brother
> of Papa
> John Joseph. Worked in the teens with Bebé Ridgley, in the 30s with
> Charters¹ Jazz New Orleans records he was killed in an automobile
> and also notes him working jitney jobs² with Percy Humphrey in the
> 30s. He
> moved out of N.O. In the 40s and was killed on a visit to friends.
> doesn¹t even suggest a birth date.
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To : RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com
Date : Mon, 2 Mar 2009 11:12:21 +0000 (GMT)
Subject : Re : [RedHotJazz] Re: Willie Joseph Johnny Dodds and the Klezmer Sound
Hello Mr. Litwak. Could I get out of you the mp3 featuring "Veseliy Kazak" played by N. Brandwein? I'm just discovering the connection between Jazz and Klezmer, through the Woody Allen's clarinet. Thank you very much. Marco Levi