℗ 1973 Archive of Folk & Jazz Music
 

The Roots of Dixieland Jazz

Various Artists

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1.1
That's A Plenty
Bobby Haggart; Bobby Hackett; Buck Clayton; Eddie Condon; George Wettling; Jess Stacy; Jo Jones; Max Kaminsky; Pee Wee Russell
3:09
1.2
Ballin' The Jack
Bobby Haggart; Bobby Hackett; Buck Clayton; Eddie Condon; George Wettling; Jess Stacy; Jo Jones; Max Kaminsky; Pee Wee Russell
2:14
1.3
Whenever There's Love
Bobby Haggart; Bobby Hackett; Buck Clayton; Eddie Condon; George Wettling; Jess Stacy; Jo Jones; Max Kaminsky; Pee Wee Russell
2:29
1.4
Royal Garden Blues
Bobby Haggart; Bobby Hackett; Buck Clayton; Eddie Condon; George Wettling; Jess Stacy; Jo Jones; Max Kaminsky; Pee Wee Russell
2:44
1.5
Back Home Again In Indiana
Bobby Haggart; Bobby Hackett; Buck Clayton; Eddie Condon; George Wettling; Jess Stacy; Jo Jones; Max Kaminsky; Pee Wee Russell
2:47
1.6
Deep Royal Blues
Bobby Haggart; Bobby Hackett; Buck Clayton; Eddie Condon; George Wettling; Jess Stacy; Jo Jones; Max Kaminsky; Pee Wee Russell
5:36
1.7
Billboard Dixieland
Bobby Haggart; Bobby Hackett; Buck Clayton; Eddie Condon; George Wettling; Jess Stacy; Jo Jones; Max Kaminsky; Pee Wee Russell
3:02
1.8
Cherry
Bobby Haggart; Bobby Hackett; Buck Clayton; Eddie Condon; George Wettling; Jess Stacy; Jo Jones; Max Kaminsky; Pee Wee Russell
2:46
1.9
Jada
Bobby Haggart; Bobby Hackett; Buck Clayton; Eddie Condon; George Wettling; Jess Stacy; Jo Jones; Max Kaminsky; Pee Wee Russell
2:48
1.10
It's Been So Long
Bobby Haggart; Bobby Hackett; Buck Clayton; Eddie Condon; George Wettling; Jess Stacy; Jo Jones; Max Kaminsky; Pee Wee Russell
3:04
Total Playing Time    30:39
The Dixieland style of jazz is based on the music that developed in New Orleans at the start of the 20th century – and became the precursor to jazz as we know it today. One of the first uses of the term "Dixieland" with reference to music was in the name of the Original Dixieland Jass Band (which shortly thereafter changed the spelling of its name to "Original Dixieland Jazz Band"). Their 1917 recordings fostered popular awareness of this new style of music. This archive of so-called "hot jazz" features some of the foundational songs of the era, performed by legends in their own right. Double-bass player Bobby Haggart, Trumpet play Bobby Hackett, and clarinetist Pee Wee Russell to name a few. A must have for collectors!
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Archive of Folk & Jazz Music Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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