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8 thoughts on “ Call Of The Freaks - King Oliver - Volume 2 (1929 - 1930) (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Mikazil
    JSP's two-disc collection of King Oliver's work, recorded in New York for Victor Records, is not exhaustive, nor does it focus on his greatest era (which would be the early-'20s recordings including the great "Dippermouth Blues"). However, the end of the '20s was the time of King Oliver's last burst of creativity, and while these recordings may be less startlingly fabulous than what.
  2. Shaktitaxe
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Volume 2 ( - ) on Discogs.5/5(1).
  3. Muhn
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The New York Sessions () on Discogs.4/5(1).
  4. Shakashura
    Artist Release Name kaubersbhaginyrcofobosimoworkzo.coinfo Label Format Year Country; King Oliver & His Orchestra: King Oliver And His Orchestra: LA Epic: LP, Compilation,, US: King Oliver.
  5. Muran
    Tracks: King Oliver's Jazz Band - The Chronological Classics, Buddy's Habit () Tears () I Ain't Gonna Tell Nobody () Room Rent Blues () Riverside.
  6. Tojall
    Feb 17,  · A quick note of thanks to Steve Hoffman, for his recent mention on the forums of the song "Too Late" by King Oliver. Naturally interested, I hunted this baby down and found the song on the album "King Oliver In New York" (RCA VICTOR VINTAGE SERIES # LPV, from ) It features 16 wonderful New Orleans styled classics from Joe "KING" Oliver, including the excellent "Too Late" from
  7. Faelabar
    KING OLIVER Vinyl Records and CDs: Early jazz cornet player and band leader, born May 11, in New Orleans, died April 8 or 10, in Savannah, Georgia Oliver began his professional career in with the Onward Brass Band. After playing with leading bands in New Orleans and establishing himself as a master cornetist, he moved to Chicago.

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