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  1. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about King Oliver's Jazz Band - Tears / High Society Rag at Discogs. Complete your King Oliver's Jazz Band collection.
  2. Nov 13,  · King Oliver's Jazz Band "Snake Rag" from The Norton Jazz Recordings (Norton) ; King Oliver's Jazz Band "High Society Rag" from King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band: The Complete Set (Retrieval) ; King Oliver's Jazz Band "Dippermouth Blues" from The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz (Smithsonian) ; Host speaks
  3. Off the Record: The Complete Jazz Band Recordings, a Compilation of songs by King Oliver. Released 1 November on Archeophone (catalog no. ARCH OTR-MM6-C2; CD). Genres: Dixieland. Featured peformers: King Oliver (cornet), Louis Armstrong (cornet), Lil Hardin (piano), Baby Dodds (drums), Doug Benson (compilation producer, remastering), David Sager (compilation producer, liner .
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for King Oliver's Jazz Band [Auvidis] - King Oliver on AllMusic -
  5. Snake Rag is a Dixieland jazz standard composed by Joseph Oliver of King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band. It features Oliver and Louis Armstrong on cornet, Honoré Dutrey on trombone, Johnny Dodds on clarinet, Lil Hardin on piano, Baby Dodds on drums, and William Manuel Johnson on banjo.
  6. King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band was one of the best and most important bands in early Jazz. The Creole Jazz Band was made up of the cream of New Orleans Hot Jazz musicians, featuring Baby Dodds on drums, Honore Dutrey on trombone, Bill Johnson on bass, Louis Armstrong on second cornet, Johnny Dodds on clarinet, Lil Hardin-Armstrong on piano, and the band's leader, King Oliver on cornet.
  7. King Oliver discography and songs: Music profile for King Oliver, born 11 May Genres: Dixieland, Jazz, Ragtime. Albums include The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz, Ken Burns Jazz: The Story of America's Music, and Louis Armstrong and King Oliver.
  8. May 14,  · High Society - King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band In the second recording session of the "Jazz King" of Chicago Joe Oliver and his Creole Jazz Band recorded in .
  9. “Snake Rag” was composed by Oliver and, living up to its title (the rag, not the snake), featured three different strains, like most ragtime of the day. King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band first tackled it at the end of their second session for Gennett records on April 6, This was a banner session, one of the high points of the entire.

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