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9 Replies to “ Dippermouth Blues - Lu Watters Yerba Buena Jazz Band* - The San Francisco Style: Vol. 3 Stomps, Etc. & The Blues (CD) ”

  1. The clarinettist was a party to the three groundbreaking series of Jazz band recordings in the s. He played on the majority of the King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band records, all of the first group of Louis Armstrong’s Hot Five and Hot Seven sides from and Jelly Roll Morton’s Victor sessions of the 4th and 10th June
  2. Sep 19,  · This was also the same era in which San Francisco cornetist Lu Watters came up with his Yerba Buena Jazz Band, playing old ODJB and King Oliver tunes in arrangements fairly close to the originals. At the Jazz Band Ball Jazz Me Blues —© Lynn René Bayley. Follow me .
  3. In these chapters, you\ull meet Sylvester Weaver, who recorded the world\us first guitar solos, and Paramount Records artists Papa Charlie Jackson, Blind Lemon Jefferson, and Blind Blake, the \ucKing of Ragtime Blues Guitar.\ud Blind Willie McTell, the Southeast\us superlative twelve-string guitar player, and Blind Willie.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Stomps, Etc. and the Blues: San Francisco Style, Vol. 3 - Lu Watters & the Yerba Buena Jazz Band on AllMusic - - In addition to the dozen titles on the original 9/
  5. G.H.B. is the label to go to for New Orleans Style Jazz… with greats such as Kid Ory, George Lewis, John Handy, Turk Murphy, Lu Watters, Basin Street Six, Louis Nelson, Claude Luter, Kid Thomas, Sammy Rimmington, Pete Fountain, Percy Humphery, etc.
  6. lu watters' yerba buena jazz band - live at hambone kelly's: Lu Watters, Trumpet & Leader, Bob Helm, Clarinet & Vocals; Wally Rose, Piano (tracks ) How Come You Do Me Like You Do?;.
  7. OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title on container: The San Francisco style. All selections previously released; tracks are bonus tracks; tracks originally released as Benny Strickler and the Yerba Buena Jazz Band.
  8. SCHWEIZER IRENE (P) Schaffhausen, Svizzera. 2/6/ Dopo aver studiato il pianoforte classico, ha deciso di votarsi al Jazz. Maturate varie esperienze con il boogie woogie, il dixieland ed il middle jazz, è arrivata al jazz moderno. La sua maturazione è avvenuta negli anni ’60 con gli incontri con Dollar Brand e Makaya Ntshoko, con Chris.

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