[Dixielandjazz] New Orleans Jazz Bands
marekboym at gmail.com
Thu May 10 05:53:09 PDT 2012
Perhaps some people "called it New York Style ... in a pejorative
sense." However, I believe that the term was used in Riverside's
"History of Classic Jazz," and not in a prjorative sense. They gave
New Orleans, Chicago, ragtime, the revival, and New York style (I may
be wrong - it was over 50 years ago). The way I remember it, that
multi-LP album was my introduction to Bunk Johnson, Lu Watters, etc.
, Stephen G Barbone wrote:
> Dear Marek:
> Funny how some folks put Phil Napoleon down. Perhaps because they rely on a
> record or two.
> On May 9, 2012, at 5:44 PM, Marek Boym wrote: (polite snip)
>> "the New York style."
>> The truth - I don't care. It's hot (despite Messrs. Rust and Harris'
>> opinion) and driving, and that's all I need to know.
>> I often say that I was lucky to have heard Nichols and Napoleon befroe
>> reading the Rust and Harris' book where they put them down, and having
>> read the book before first hearing the ODJB, which other critics put
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