Kid Ory And His Creole Jazz Band - Tiger Rag mp3 album
Listen to Tiger Rag from Kid Ory & His Creole Jazz Band's In the Forties for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Kid Ory was the greatest trombone player in the early years of Jazz. He originally played banjo, but then switched to trombone. Perhaps his banjo playing helped shape the "tailgate" style of playing he later developed on the trombone. In the "tailgate" style, the trombone plays a rhythmic line underneath the trumpets and cornets. From 1912 to 1919 he led one of the most popular bands in New Orleans. Ory's Band featured many of the great musicians who would go on to define the Hot Jazz style.
A1 December 1 or 2, 1954 A2 December 1, 1953 A3 July 17, 1954 A4 December 1, 1953 A5 December 1, 1953 A6 December 1, 1953 A7 June 18, 1956 A8 At the Dixieland Jubilee, Los Angeles, 1948. B1 Los Angeles, June 27, 1950 B2 Los Angeles, June 27, 1950 B3 Los Angeles, October 12/21, 1946 B4 Los Angeles, June 27, 1950 B5 Los Angeles, June 27, 1950 B6 Los Angeles, October 12/21, 1946 B7 Los Angeles, June 27, 1950 B8 At the Dixieland Jubilee, Los Angeles, 1948. Rights Society: SIAE. Matrix, Runout (side A): LP JT 48 A.
Album · 2012 · 18 Songs. 18 Songs, 53 Minutes. Released: 21 May 2012. Song of the Wanderer/Dance with Kid Ory or Just Listen. New Orleans Créole Jazz. Creole Classics (1944-1947). The Ultimate Jazz Archive 9: Kid Ory, Vol. 1. 2007.
It is one of the most recorded jazz compositions. In 2003, the 1918 recording of "Tiger Rag" was entered into the . Library of Congress National Recording Registry. The song was first recorded on August 17, 1917 by the Original Dixieland Jass Band for Aeolian-Vocalion Records. The band did not use the "Jazz" spelling in its name until 1917.
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