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Stand By Your Man - The New Orleans Syncopators - Hits In Dixie (Vinyl, LP)

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8 Comments to Stand By Your Man - The New Orleans Syncopators - Hits In Dixie (Vinyl, LP)

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  3. Dogis says:
    The music is too well known to need comment. One need only scan the list of names to know that it was the creme de la creme of 20*s jazz. The Oliver Creole Band with Louis Armstrong, The Wolverines with Bix, Jelly Roll Morton with the New Orleans Rhythm Kings and by himself and the New Orleans Rhythm Kings by themselves too.
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  5. Maurn says:
    Now we’ve heard the music at its most advanced, we might ask what it had advanced from. The sides recorded by Oscar “Papa” Celestin’s Original Tuxedo Band on an Okeh Records field trip in , are among the few recordings of New Orleans music made in the town itself, and they are the closest we have to the real thing, to the relentless, rattling thrill, the breathless, clattering.
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  7. Bragal says:
    Aunt Hagar's blues / King Oliver's Dixie Syncopators Pine Top's boogie woogie / Pine Top Smith Mellow moods of jazz Battle of the bands! Greatest hits MCA One night stand with Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra S.H Live in New Orleans LP Nice work if you can get it LP Top Hatters (), The DL
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