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Re: Digest Number 2042

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Many thanks for that, Preston. Your grand-daughter should hear the Louis James String Band, recorded in NO in 1965, for some NO violin.
robertgreenwood_54uk
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7:50 AM

New Orleans Jazz

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Oooh, I don't think I've heard that one! Ron L From: RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com [mailto:RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Tuesday, May 19, 2015 11:51 PM To:
Ron L'Herault
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May 20

Louis Armstrong with Fletcher Henderson

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Yep, that "Ice Cream" is especially a showcase for Baby Dodds--all over the place! (You can hear his influence on Krupa.) ... Yep, that "Ice Cream" is
PETER GERLER
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May 2

R: Re: [RedHotJazz] New Orleans Jazz

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Hiya folks, sorry to inject a sour note again but what a horrible word 'trad' is - it's an invention of tin pan alley in the days when they were trying to
alan504450
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Apr 29

The other "Liza" -

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Thanks John, Hope you don't mind me over-referencing you, and apologies to RHJ-listers not into historiographical analysis. That said... * John also notes
Andrew G Taylor
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Apr 27

Invented Traditional Front Line

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Quoting "PETER GERLER pgerler@verizon.net [RedHotJazz]" ... Yep, a lot of actual writers on this list - between Alan and Robert I'm feeling a bit pedestrian.
Andrew Taylor
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Apr 25

Supertone 9475 by Alabama Jim and George

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My apologies - further digging does show that Marcus Norman is the drummer on these sides. I have this disc on Supertone as well - always find it a very
Formanek, Joe
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Mar 31

Crossin' Beale Street

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the items are on a CD from Document Records, located now in Scotland www.document-records.com  just look up the index of artists on that site --  you can
ROBERT R. CALDER
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Mar 30
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