8 thoughts on “ High Society - Max Kaminsky And His Dixieland All-Stars - New Orleans Dixieland Jazz (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Sep 19,  · Label: MK Records (9) - MK • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Dixieland Max Kaminsky And His Dixieland All-Stars - New Orleans Dixieland Jazz (Vinyl) | Discogs3/5(2).
  2. Apr 04,  · 3. March of the Bob Cats, Pete Fountain and his New Orleans Band 4. New Orleans Parade, George Girard and his New Orleans Five 5. Basin Street Blues, Thomas Jefferson's Creole Jazz Band Side 2 1. King Zulu Parade, Johnny Wiggs and his New Orleans Kings 2. High Society, Sharkey and his Kings of Dixieland 3. While We Dance at the Mardi Gras, Al.
  3. – Sidney Bechet And His New Orleans Feetwarmers: Jelly Roll Blues Written-By – Morton* B3 – Wild Bill Davison And His Commodores: Jazz Me Blues Written-By – Delaney* B4 – Max Kaminsky And His Jazz Band: Eccentric (The Eccentric Rag) Written-By – Robinson* B5 – Eddie Edwards And His Original Dixieland Jazz Band.
  4. Verve Records is an American jazz and adult music record label now owned by Universal Music Group. It was founded by Norman Granz in , absorbing the catalogues of his earlier labels, Clef Records (founded in ) and Norgran Records (founded in ), and material which had been licensed to Mercury previously. Beautifully Bound Verve Box With 10 Never-Played Albums Various ‎– History.
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  6. Sensation Rag & Bluin' The Blues. Condition V+. Plays better. V- Record is worn. Record will still play through. You will have definite surface noise and possible .
  7. American jazz trumpeter and bandleader. Born 7 September in Brockton, Massachusetts. Died 6 September in Castle Point, New York. Kaminsky played with Red Nichols, Eddie Condon, Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Artie Shaw, Bud Freeman, Pee Wee Russell, Art Hodes, Rod Cless, Jack Teagarden and many others. He played internationally as a leader until
  8. Alphonse Picou (born New Orleans, October 19, and died New Orleans, February 4, ) formed his own Independence Band in and played with Oscar Duconge in , the Excelsior Band () and Freddie Keppard's Olympia Band. Then he had short periods with other bands such as Bunk Johnson's, Wooden Joe Nicholas' and Emanuel Perez's.

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