October 2023, Kid Ory And His Creole Jazz Band. Four shellac 10'' 78rpm Album, Columbia C-126 (CEMJazz collections).

This four shellac 10'' 78rpm Album, Columbia C-126 “New Orleans Jazz”, was released in 1947 in the USA. The cover artwork is by Jim Flora. The eight tracks were recorded in Los Angeles on December 12 and 21, 1946.

Kid Ory And His Creole Jazz Band

Bucket Got A Hole In It / Tiger Rag – Eh, La Bas / Joshua Fit De Battle Of Jericho – Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home / Creole Bo Bo – The World's Jazz Crazy, Lawdy So Am I / Farewell To Storyville.

CEMJazz call number: mpf-78t-25cm-cfa1-1 to cfa1-4.

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London dance party in the 30s (CEMJazz collections)

8" 78rpm records, UK, 1927-1936 100% Dance playlist.

“London dance party in the 30s” Easier to take away on holiday, these small 8“ 78rpm records fit easily in a suitcase. A selection of 100% UK 78rmp records, produced in the early 1930s.

London dance party in the 30s

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Jazz echo of the month (CEMJazz collections)

October 2023 “Jazz Me Blues” Danny Polo And His Swing Stars. 12” 33rpm record, TOM-41 (The Old Masters), transparent green vinyl, limited edition (USA circa 1970). All titles were recorded between 1937 and 1939, featuring Garland Wilson, George Chisholm, Oscar Aleman, Phillipe Brun, Tommy McQuater and Una Mae Carlisle.

TOM-41 (The Old Masters)

The label TOM “The Old Masters” was managed by George Morrrow, specialist in sound restoration. In the early 1970s, it offered reissues in limited editions of recordings of Jazz orchestras from the 1920s and 30s.

CEMJazz call number: cmj-33t-30cm-tom2-41.

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