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Dipper Mouth Blues

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  1. Vukora

    Dipper Mouth Blues Summary Thomas Brothers discusses Louis Armstrong, composer of King Oliver's "Dipper Mouth Blues." Event Date March 29, Notes - Thomas Brothers is professor of .
  2. Nanris

    Released in , Living Era's chronological Dippermouth Blues compilation lives up to its subtitle of "25 Greatest Hits" by presenting well-chosen examples from various segments of this man's relatively brief recording career, although most early jazz connoisseurs might wish for a bit more material from the period.8/
  3. Dairamar

    Anna Feldman Jazz History Professor Michael Morreale October 6, Dipper Mouth Blues & Black Bottom Stomp Dipper Mouth Blues, recorded in , is one of the most famous songs during the New Orleans style of jazz. The players in this song included Louis Armstrong on the 2 nd cornet, Johnny Dodds on the clarinet, Honroe Dutry on the trombone, Lin Hardin Armstrong on the piano, Bill Johnson.
  4. Kajimi

    Dipper Mouth Blues is part of the list. Okeh having better recording equipment than Gennett, the sound is clearer, deeper and more precise; and Baby Dodds can play his full drum set then, wich changed the color of the song quite a bit.
  5. Vihn

    Listen to Dipper Mouth Blues by Various Artists. Join Napster and play your favorite music offline. From the album "Louis Armstrong - Potato Head Blues" by King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band on Napster.
  6. Akizuru

    Start studying Jazz: Dippermouth Blues by "King" Oliver (Song 8). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
  7. Muhn

    Apr 18,  · One lead sheet for Dipper Mouth Blues in the LOC gives Joe Oliver. The bottom line: Oliver, Armstrong, Melrose appear in various combinations as composers of Dipper Mouth Blues/Sugar Foot Stomp. Who is/are the “real” composer/s of Dippermouth Blues/Sugar Foot Stomp?
  8. Arashishura

    Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtime Band. side 1: Dipper Mouth Blues; side 2: I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate (Bluebird B) 78 rpm Location Currently not on view Object Name sound recording date made recording artist Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtime Band maker.

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