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Smithsonian collection of classic jazz

Author: Martin Williams
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Collection of Recordings ; New York : Manufactured by CBS Records, 1987.
Series: Smithsonian collection of recordings.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Blues : Jazz : Multiple forms : English : Rev. edView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Jazz; Blues
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Williams
OCLC Number: 24946078
Notes: Smithsonian: RD 033, A5 19477 (set); A 19478--A 19482 (CDs).
Compact disc.
Analog recording.
"Jazz music--a brief history" by Martin Williams, and a biographical index by Ira Gitler included in container.
Contents listed on container.
Jazz ensembles and piano music, selected and annotated by Martin Williams.
Performer(s): Various performers.
Event notes: Recorded between April, 1916 and Nov. 6, 1981.
Description: 5 sound discs : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in. + (Bibliography in booklet : p. 118-119)
Contents: Maple leaf rag (Scott Joplin) --
Maple leaf rag (Jelly Roll Morton) --
St. Louis blues (Bessie Smith) --
Lost your head blues (Bessie Smith) --
Dippermouth blues (King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band) --
Black bottom stomp (Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers) --
Dead man blues (Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers) --
Grandpa's spells (Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers) --
King Porter Stomp (Jelly Roll Morton) --
Cake walking babies from home (Red Onion Jazz Babies) --
Blue horizon (Sidney Bechet and his Blue Note Jazz Men) --
Carolina shout (James P. Johnson) --
Big butter and egg man from the west (Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five) --
Potato head blues (Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven) --
Struttin' with some barbecue (Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five) --
Hotter than that (Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five) --
West End blues (Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five). Weather bird (Louis Armstrong, Earl Hines) --
Sweethearts on parade (Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra) --
I gotta right to sing the blues (Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra) --
Singin' the blues (Frankie Trumbauer and his Orchestra) --
Riverboat shuffle (Frankie Trumbauer and his Orchestra) --
Four or five times (Jimmie Noone's Apex Club Orchestra) --
The stampede (Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra) --
Wrappin' it up (Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra) --
Dinah (Red Nichols and his Five Pennies) --
Moten swing (Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra) --
I ain't got nobody (Fats Waller) --
Honky tonk train blues (Meade "Lux" Lewis) --
Body and soul (Benny Goodman Trio) --
Body and soul (Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra) --
The man I love (Coleman Hawkins Quartet) --
He's funny that way (Billie Holiday and her Orchestra) --
These foolish things (Billie Holiday and her Orchestra). You'd be so nice to come home to (Ella Fitzgerald) --
Willow weep for me (Art Tatum) --
Too marvbelous for words (Art Tatum) --
Organ grinder's swing (Jimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra) --
Rockin' chair (Gene Krupa and his Orchestra) --
I can't believe that you're in love with me (Chocolate Dandies featuring Roy Eldridge and Benny Carter) --
When lights are low (Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra) --
Dinah (Quintette of the Hot Club of France) --
Doggin' around (Count Basie and his Orchestra) --
Taxi war dance (Count Basie and his Orchestra) --
Lester leaps in (Count Basie's Kansas City Seven) --
I found a new baby (Benny Goodman Sextet featuring Charlie Christian and Count Basie) --
Breakfast feud (Benny Goodman Sextet featuring Charlie Christian) --
East St. Louis toddle-oo (Duke Ellington and his Orchestra) --
The new East St. Louis toodle-o (Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra) --
Diminuendo in blue and crescendo in blue (Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra) --
Ko-Ko (Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra) --
Concerto for cootie (Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra) --
Cotton tail (Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra) --
In a mellotone (Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra) --
Blue serge (Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra) --
I got rhythm (Don Byas and Slam Sextet) --
I can't get started (Dizzy Gillespie Sextet) --
Shaw 'nuff (Dizzy Gillespie All Star Quintette) --
Koko (Charlie Parker's Re-Boppers) --
Lady, be good (Charlie Parker with Jazz at the Philharmonic) --
Embraceable you (take 1) (Charlie Parker Quintet) --
Embraceable you (take 2) (Charlie Parker Quintet) --
Klactoveedsedstene (Charlie Parker Quintet) --
Crazeology (take 1) (Charlie Parker Sextet) --
Crazeology (take 4) (Charlie Parker Sextet) --
Parker's mood (Charlie Parker All-Stars) --
Fantasy on Frankie and Johnny (Erroll Garner) --
Night in Tunisia (Bud Powell Trio) --
Bikini (Dexter Gordon Quartet) --
Lady Bird (Tadd Dameron Sextet). Boplicity (Miles Davis and his Orchestra) --
Subconcsious Lee (Lennie Tristano Quintet) --
Body and soul (Gene Norman's "Just Jazz", featuring Red Norvano and Stan Getz) --
All alone (Sarah Vaughan) --
My funny valentine (Sarah Vaughan) --
Misterioso (Thelonious Monk Quartet) --
Evidence (Thelonius Monk Quartet) --
Criss-cross (Thelonious Monk Quintet) --
Bag's groove (Thelonius Monk) --
I should care (Thelonious Monk) --
Moon rays (Horace Silver Quintet) --
Summertime (Miles Davis with Gil Evan's Orchestra) --
Haitian fight song (Charles Mingus Quintet) --
Django (Modern Jazz Quartet) --
Pent-up house (Solly Rollins Plus Four). Blue 7 (Sonny Rollins Quartet) --
West Coast blues (Wes Montgomery Quartet) --
So what (Miles Davis Sextet) --
Blue in green (Bill Evans Trio) --
Enter evening (Cecil Taylor Unit) --
Alabama (John Coltrane Quartet) --
Lonely woman (Ornette Coleman Quartet) --
Congeniality (Ornette Coleman Quartet) --
Free jazz (Ornette Coleman Double Quartet) --
Steppin' (World Saxophone Quartet).
Series Title: Smithsonian collection of recordings.
Other Titles: Classic jazz

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