csuhor at zebra.net
Sun Nov 21 11:41:19 PST 2004
All of David's ideas plus Wild Bill's classic "Jazz A-Plenty" 1943
session, Commodore CCD 7011; Bunk's 1945-46 Decca/Victor sets on
Document, DOCD-1001; Jimmy Dorsey's under-rated Dorseyland Jazz
Band--Live on Jazz Crusade, JCCD-3035; and Bob Crosby's Orchestra &
Bobcats on Jazz Archives N 39. Only the dead could fail to respond to
those, and some of them would surely rise.--Charlie Suhor
On Nov 21, 2004, at 11:43 AM, David W. Littlefield wrote:
> At 04:44 PM 11/21/2004 +0000, rahberry at comcast.net wrote:
>> I'm considering sending her King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band and some
>> I'd love to hear any suggestions you all may have. My dau is a
>> She'll be a serious student. She played oboe in junior and senior
>> Any ideas?
>> Rae Ann
> King Oliver 1923--Naxos collection
> Bix--several Naxos collections; or 4-CD JSP Box of the Bix & Tram sides
> Jelly Roll Morton--AVID 2 CD set (broad selection) or 4-CD JSP Red Hot
> If she only has 1 vol. of Armstrong, get her the 4-CD JSP set.
> Muggsy Spanier--the AVID 2 CD has lotsa good stuff on it; at the least
> should get her a 1939 Ragtimers collection.
> Jasmine's 4-CD "Golden Age of Jazz" is a terrific compilation from a
> variety of sources; it's not a systematic "introduction", but a bunch
> 2-4 track selections from ca. 26 good session dates. If you get my
> list, there's probably no more than ca. a dozen dups in this set.
> These are all well transferred; the JSPs are by the late JRTDavies.
> They're all available from Jerry Brown, and are cheap per CD.
> Dixielandjazz mailing list
> Dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com
More information about the Dixielandjazz