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Doctor Jazz - Kid Ory - The Kid Ory Story: Storyville Nights (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Samukinos says:
    Once in L.A., he ignored doctor’s orders and tried to mount a comeback, going so far as to book rehearsal time at Central Avenue’s Elks Hall with his old New Orleans friends Kid Ory and “Papa Mutt” Carey, but it never happened. On July 10, , after an 11 day stay in Los Angeles’ General Hospital, he died of heart failure.
  2. Yogar says:
    Spring issue of Vintage Jazz Mart. 68 pages plus cover, jam-packed with great Jazz and Blues 78s and LPs for sale, offered by some of the world's leading collectors and dealers, plus articles.
  3. Tetaxe says:
    Edward 'Kid' Ory / Storyville Nights [Import] / CD United Kingdom - Import / Jazz /
  4. Gazilkree says:
    John Thomas replaced Kid Ory on trombone. Later that year he organized a series of new Hot Five sessions which resulted in nine more records. In the last half of , he started recording with a new group: Zutty Singleton (drums), Earl Hines (piano), Jimmy Strong (clarinet), Fred Robinson (trombone), and Mancy Carr (banjo).
  5. Mazulkree says:
    London Album Discography, Part 1: London LL-1 Main Series () By David Edwards, Patrice Eyries, Mike Callahan, Randy Watts and Tim Neely Last update: July 15, The LL-1 series was the main album series for London Records for the first ten years. It included both inch and inch records, and ranged from popular to classical music.
  6. Yolar says:
    May 01,  · Tribute to Kid Ory, 4/28, ECO, p: Hot Trombones: An allstar cast of trombonists—Craig Klein, Freddie Lonzo, Lucien Barbarin, and Ronell Johnson—salute the hornman who led one of New Orleans’ hottest jazz bands in the ’s, and was a contemporary of Jelly Roll Morton and Louis Armstrong.
  7. Shaktitaur says:
    LP RECORDS FOR SALE Grades follow the album titles in parentheses (I use standard Goldmine grading.) The first grade is for the vinyl, the second is for the jacket. Sometimes, there are brief notes immediately after the grade. Next is the catalog number, then the record label, and finally, the price.
  8. Nikus says:
    Kid Ory’s Creole Jazz Band: Live at the Club Hangover – San Francisco, October (Acrobat Music) Lloyd Price: I’m Feeling Good – Standards in Swing (LPM Digital Records) Preservation Hall Jazz Band: 50th Anniversary Collection (4 CDs) (Columbia Legacy).

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