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Pathe and Cameo Jazzbands 1921-1928

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All Music Guide - Arwulf Arwulf
In 2007 the people behind the Timeless Historical label released an amazing anthology of hot jazz recordings made during the years 1924-1928 and issued on 78 rpm platters bearing the Cameo, Lincoln, Pathe, Perfect, and Romeo logos. Even dedicated individuals who have spent years studying music from the '20s will most likely find plenty of pleasant surprises here. The Lido Venice Dance Orchestra was a septet led by drummer Harl Smith, while the nine-piece Hotel Biltmore Orchestra toiled under the leadership of Hazay Natzy. Others who fronted the Biltmore Orchestra over the years were Earl Burtnett, Don Clark, Art Hickman, Roger Wolfe Kahn, Louis Lilenfeld, and Bert Lown. ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Arwulf Arwulf
In 2007 the people behind the Timeless Historical label released an amazing anthology of hot jazz recordings made during the years 1924-1928 and issued on 78 rpm platters bearing the Cameo, Lincoln, Pathe, Perfect, and Romeo logos. Even dedicated individuals who have spent years studying music from the '20s will most likely find plenty of pleasant surprises here. The Lido Venice Dance Orchestra was a septet led by drummer Harl Smith, while the nine-piece Hotel Biltmore Orchestra toiled under the leadership of Hazay Natzy. Others who fronted the Biltmore Orchestra over the years were Earl Burtnett, Don Clark, Art Hickman, Roger Wolfe Kahn, Louis Lilenfeld, and Bert Lown. The Texas Ten and the Seven Missing Links both operated under the influence of alto saxophonist Nathan Glantz; the Links also featured xylophonist George Hamilton Green. Trombonist Mickey Guy was the leader of a group called Mickey Guy's Hottentots, not to be confused with the Red Nichols/Miff Mole Vocalion recording band of the same name. The Alabama Red Peppers, also known as the Kentucky Hot Hoppers, was a kicker of a band with a larger than average concentration of real jazz players in trumpeters Mike Mosiello and Red Nichols, trombonists Tommy Dorsey and Miff Mole, reedmen Jimmy Dorsey, Fud Livingston and Andy Sannella, guitarist Dick McDonough, and ace pianists Arthur Schutt and Rube Bloom. Sannella, incidentally, was also an accomplished steel guitarist. The Lumberjacks were a nine-man squadron whose strongest and most memorable players were Tommy Dorsey and saxophonist Jack Pettis. Other exciting groups whose records have found their way onto this collection are Joe Wood's Swanee Club Orchestra and bands fronted by Mal Hallett, Ole Olsen and Bill Wirges.Now that most of the really famous and critically acclaimed jazz of the '20s has been reissued, analyzed, and annotated up the wazoo, it's extremely gratifying to see these lesser known treasures coming out of the woodwork and becoming ever more readily available to a public that is clearly in need of good times, simple old-fashioned amusements, and innocent pleasures.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/22/2008
  • Label: Timeless Ent
  • EAN: 8711458209137
  • Catalog Number: 91

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 I Wonder What's Become of Sally? - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (3:03)
  2. 2 San - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (3:10)
  3. 3 Bring Back Those Rock-A-Bye Baby Days - Harl Smith And His Orchestra (3:11)
  4. 4 When My Sugar Walks Down the Street - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (2:47)
  5. 5 Sweet Georgia Brown - Texas 10 (2:57)
  6. 6 Charleston - Texas 10 (2:59)
  7. 7 Milenberg Joys - 7 Missing Links (2:40)
  8. 8 Angry - 7 Missing Links (2:35)
  9. 9 Milenberg Joys - 7 Missing Links (3:02)
  10. 10 Cheatin' on Me - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (3:02)
  11. 11 Shake That Thing - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (3:01)
  12. 12 Two Ton Tessie - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (2:29)
  13. 13 Rhythm Rag - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (2:35)
  14. 14 She's a Corn-Fed Indiana Girl (But She's Mama to Me) - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (2:53)
  15. 15 Sadie Green (The Vamp of New Orleans) - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (2:57)
  16. 16 Take Your Time - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (2:35)
  17. 17 Snag It - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (2:34)
  18. 18 San - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (2:49)
  19. 19 Red Head Blues - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (2:50)
  20. 20 The Drag - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (2:38)
  21. 21 The New Twister - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (2:28)
  22. 22 Riverboat Shuffle - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (2:40)
  23. 23 Eccentric - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (2:27)
  24. 24 Spanish Dream - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (2:44)
  25. 25 Black Beauty - Pathe & Cameo Jazz Bands (2:34)
  26. 26 Traffic Jam - Joe Ward Swanee Club Orchestra Ward (2:19)
  27. 27 Scorchin' - Joe Ward Swanee Club Orchestra Ward (2:19)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Red Nichols Trumpet
Miff Mole Trombone
Harry Reser Banjo, Guitar, Leader
Henry Levine Trumpet
Jack Pettis Tenor Saxophone
Rube Bloom Piano
Jimmy Dorsey Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Tommy Dorsey Trombone
Stan King Drums
Jimmy Lytell Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Andy Russo Trombone
Arthur Schutt Piano
Charlie Butterfield Trombone
Sam M. Lewis Trombone
Dick McDonough Banjo
Joe Tarto Tuba
Hymie Wolfson Tenor Saxophone
Joel Rose Trumpet
Nathan Glantz Leader, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
George Hamilton Green Xylophone
Bob Haring Leader
Dick Stabile Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Charlie Margulis Trumpet
Alfie Evans Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone
Irving Brodsky Piano
Leo McConville Trumpet
Tommy Gott Trumpet
Fred Morrow Reeds, Alto Saxophone
Mike Mosiello Trumpet
Tom Stacks Drums, Vocals
Bob Oliver Vocals
Larry Abbott Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
William Wirges Piano
Al Goering Piano
Norman Yorke Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone
Bill Haid Piano
Merrill Kline Tuba
Hazay Natzy Violin, Leader
Floyd Campbell Banjo
Frank Friselle Drums
Clay Bryson Banjo
Loring McMurray Alto Saxophone
Earl Oliver Trumpet
Sammy Sherman Tenor Saxophone
John Fell Ryan Vocals
John X. Reed Vocals
Bill Moore Lucky Seven Band Trumpet
Bill Carlin Trumpet
Frank Guilfoyle Piano
Carl Swearingen Trumpet
Mickey Guy & His Rose Tree Cafe Orchestra Trombone
Mal Hallett Clarinet, Leader, Alto Saxophone
Harl Smith & Lido Venice Dance Orchestra Drums, Leader
Technical Credits
James P. Johnson Composer
Jelly Roll Morton Composer
King Oliver Composer
Ben Bernie Composer
Duke Ellington Composer
Jack Yellen Composer
Wim Wigt Executive Producer
J. Russel Robinson Composer
Maceo Pinkard Composer
Kenneth Casey Composer
Lew Pollack Composer
Cecil Mack Composer
Ate Van Delden Liner Notes, Original Material, Photo Courtesy
Chris Barber Executive Producer
Frank Guilfoyle Arranger
Pat McCarthy Composer
Mickey Guy & His Rose Tree Cafe Orchestra Arranger
Harl Smith & Lido Venice Dance Orchestra Director
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