Siméus and His Orchestra - King is Dead (Looting King Oliver) mp3 album
Siméus and His Orchestra – King is Dead (Looting King Oliver). Label: empty space collective – esc013. A looting and looping of a few selected tunes by the late jazz legend, King Oliver. Time period circa 1920-1930. Classic jazz tunes from the early days of audio recording are twisted and sliced in and out of recognition and boosted by drums and synths.
Described as the "most pastoral, rustic record they've ever made" by Douglas Wolk of Rolling Stone, the album reached No. 1 on the . Billboard 200 chart for the week ending February 5, 2011. The song "This Is Why We Fight" reached number 19 on the . Alternative Songs Chart, while the song "Down by the Water" also charted in the United States
Album · 1994 · 44 Songs. King Oliver (Featuring His Dixie Syncopaters) - Willie the Weeper. Complete Jazz Series 1923. Complete Jazz Series 1926 - 1928. The Originals: The Legendary King Oliver 1930 Recordings (Remastered).
King Oliver And His Orchestra скачать в mp3 на телефон(Android, Iphone) или слушайте песню King Oliver And His Orchestra - Edna, King Oliver & His Orchestra - I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby, King Oliver & His Orchestra - New Orleans Shout, King Oliver & His Orchestra - Call of the Freaks, King Oliver & His Orchestra - Mule Face Blues. King Oliver & His Orchestra – Mule Face Blues. King Oliver And His Orchestra – Too Late. King Oliver and His Orchestra – Shake It and Break It. 3:08. King Oliver & His Orchestra – Stop Crying.
The Chronological Classics: King Oliver and His Orchestra 1928-1930. King Oliver and His Orchestra. 2 more albums featuring this track. King Oliver And His Dixie Syncopators. Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra. Freakish Light Blues. Shuffle Your Feet, Bandanna Babies. Don Redman and His Orchestra.
Vocals by THMS and Plunge Attempt, Beats by Joel Simeus, Cuts by DJ Madwrist. Mastered by Moshe for Milled Pavement Records. King Is Dead (Looting King Oliver).
The Blues Of King Oliver Vol. 2. 2011 blues. All Time Jazz: King Oliver.
King Oliver & His Orchestra (1929-1930), Vol. 1. 1992. JSP's two-disc collection of King Oliver's 1929-1930 work, recorded in New York for Victor Records, is not exhaustive, nor does it focus on his greatest era (which would be the early-'20s recordings including the great "Dippermouth Blues"). However, the end of the '20s was the time of King Oliver's last burst of creativity, and while these recordings may be less startlingly fabulous than what Oliver and his band were doing earlier in the decade, they're still potent examples of early jazz
|A1||Everybody Does It In Hawaii (intro)||0:26|
|A2||When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You)||2:25|
|A3||The Trumpets Prayer||2:48|
|A4||St James Infirmary||2:48|
|A5||Can I Tell You||1:22|
|B1||I've Got That Thing||2:14|
|B2||Freakish Light Blues||2:51|
|B3||Call Of The Freaks||2:16|
|B4||I Must Have It||1:57|
|B5||Everybody Does It In Hawaii (outro)||0:29|
- Music By, Producer – Simèus And His Orchestra*
NotesA looting and looping of a few selected tunes by the late jazz legend, King Oliver. Time period circa 1920-1930. Classic jazz tunes from the early days of audio recording are twisted and sliced in and out of recognition and boosted by drums and synths.
Dark green cassette in a plastic case with J-card in an edition of 10.