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Piron's New Orleans Orchestra - 1923-1925 mp3

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Interprète: Piron's New Orleans Orchestra
Titre: 1923-1925
Pays: UK
Publié sur: 1989
Catégorie: Jazz / Blues
Classement: 4.8
Catalogue #: FJ-128
Label: Retrieval

Tracklist

1Piron's New Orleans OrchestraSud Bustin' Blues
Written-By – Piron, Bocage, Lewis
2Piron's New Orleans OrchestraDo Just As I Say
Written-By – Piron, Newman, Lewis
3Piron's New Orleans OrchestraMama's Gone, Goodbye
Written-By – Piron, Bocage
4Piron's New Orleans OrchestraKiss Me Sweet
Vocals – AJP, CBWritten-By – A.J. Piron, Steve J. Lewis
5Lela BoldenSouthern Woman Blues
Vocals – Lela BoldenWritten-By – A.J. Piron, Lela Bolden, Steve Lewis
6Piron's New Orleans OrchestraGhost Of The Blues
Written-By – Sidney Bechet, Tim Brymn
7Piron's New Orleans OrchestraWest Indies Blues
Written-By – C. Williams, E. Dowell, S. Williams
8Ester BigeouWest Indies Blues
Vocals – Ester BigeouWritten-By – Clarence Williams, Edgar Dowell, Spencer Williams
9Piron's New Orleans OrchestraSittin' On The Curbstone Blues
Written-By – Bob Schaefer, Jimmie Clark, Lester Calvin
10Piron's New Orleans OrchestraRed Man Blues (Take 1)
Written-By – A.J. Piron, Peter Bocage
11Piron's New Orleans OrchestraNew Orleans Wiggle
Written-By – Piron, Bocage
12Lela BoldenSeawall Special Blues
Vocals – Lela BoldenWritten-By – A.J. Piron, Lela Bolden, Steve Lewis
13Piron's New Orleans OrchestraLou'siana Swing
Written-By – A.J. Piron
14Piron's New Orleans OrchestraBouncing Around
Written-By – A.J. Piron, P. Bocage
15Piron's New Orleans OrchestraRed Man Blues (Take 2)
Written-By – A.J. Piron, Peter Bocage
16Piron's New Orleans OrchestraWest Indies Blues
Written-By – Williams, Dowell, Williams
17Piron's New Orleans OrchestraDo-doodle-oom
Written-By – Fletcher Henderson, Porter Grainger
18Piron's New Orleans OrchestraBright Star Blues
Written-By – A.J. Piron, Peter E. Bocage


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
Rar 9A. J. Piron Piron's New Orleans Orchestra - The Complete Recordings 1923-1925 ‎(LP, Comp)Rarities Rar 9Denmark1973
RTR 79041Piron's New Orleans Orchestra Piron's New Orleans Orchestra ‎(CD, Comp, RE, RM)RetrievalRTR 79041Netherlands2003


Crédits

  • Alto SaxophoneLouis Warnecke (tracks: A1 to B4, B6 to B9)
  • ArtworkTed Wood
  • BanjoCharlie Bocage (tracks: A1 to B4, B6 to B9)
  • Brass BassJose Ysaguirre (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • ClarinetLorenzo Tio Jr. (tracks: A1 to A9, B2 to B4, B6 to B9)
  • Compilation Producer [Programming / Production]Charlie Crump, John R. T. Davies, Ron Jewson
  • DesignChristopher Crump
  • Directed ByArmand J. Piron (tracks: A1 to B4, B6 to B9)
  • DrumsLouis Cottrell Sr. (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • PianoSteve Lewis
  • Sleeve NotesKeith "Cuff" Billett
  • Tenor SaxophoneLorenzo Tio Jr. (tracks: A8 to B4)
  • Transferred By, Mastered ByJohn R. T. Davies
  • TromboneJohn Lindsay (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • TrumpetPeter Bocage (tracks: A1 to B4, B6 to B9)
  • Typography [Typesetting]Jim Shepherd
  • ViolinArmand J. Piron


Notes

Original mx no., catalog no. recording location and date:
A1: 72132-B; OKeh 40021; New York, c. December 3, 1923
A2: 72133-D; OKeh 40021; New York, c. December 3, 1923
A3: 29121-3; Victor 19233; New York, December 11, 1923
A4: 29122-2; Victor 19233; New York, December 11, 1923
A5: 72175-B; OKeh 8118; New York, c. December 14, 1923
A6: 81 435-3; Columbia 14007-D; New York, December 21, 1923
A7: 81 436-2; Columbia 14007-D; New York, December 21, 1923
A8: 29190-3; Victor 19255; New York, January 8, 1924
A9: 29191-2; Victor 19255; New York, January 8, 1924
B1: 81569-3; Columbia 99-D; New York, February, 1924
B2: 81570-3; Columbia 99-D; New York, February, 1924
B3: 72320-B; OKeh 40189; New York, c. February 18, 1924
B4: 72322-B; OKeh 40189; New York, c. February 18, 1924
B5: 8559-A; OKeh 8139; New Orleans, c. March 14, 1924
B6: 8560-A; OKeh 8139; New Orleans, c. March 14, 1924
B7: 32121-3; Victor 19646; New Orleans, March 25, 1925
B8: 32121-5; Victor test; New Orleans, March 25, 1925
B9: 32122-3; Victor 19646; New Orleans, March 25, 1925


Codes-barres

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label and runout etching): RF 1539
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label and runout etching): RF 1540


Entreprises

  • Pressed By – Statetune Ltd.
  • Printed By – Senol Printing Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Retrieval Recordings Limited


Album

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