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Jazzin' Straight Thru' Paradise
Jazzin' Straight Thru' Paradise
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ean: 0777215107045,

You've probably never heard of Wilbur Sweatman, but he was one of the great band leaders to bring us from the age of Ragtime into the age of Jazz. Sweatman was a huge ragtime star who was famous for playing 3 clarinets at once. A showman and virtuoso...

Bert Williams: His Final Releases, 1919-1922
Bert Williams: His Final Releases, 1919-1922
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ean: 0656605918129,

During the last three years of his life, legendary African-American vaudeville star Bert Williams made some of the most notable recordings of his career. Starting with "Oh! Lawdy" in 1919 and ending with "Not Lately"—a song recorded eight days befo...

Real Ragtime: Disc Recordings from Its Heyday
Real Ragtime: Disc Recordings from Its Heyday
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mpn: na, ean: 0656605911724,

NEW IN 2016! Newly remastered and sounding better than ever. Layout is also improved, and some textual corrections have been made. These are the first changes to this classic release since the Sep. 27, 2005 second-edition reissue. It's part of Archeo...

1915: ''They'd Sooner Sleep on Thistles''
1915: "They'd Sooner Sleep on Thistles"
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ean: 0777215111158,

25 songs from 1915, the year submarine warfare and the sinking of the Lusitania hit the news. Popular songs included the American Quartet's "On the 5:15," Billy Murray's "The Little Ford Rambled Right Along," Al Jolson's "Sister Susie's Sewing Shirts...

Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry 1891-1922
Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry 1891-1922
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ean: 0777215109025,

If you believe Robert Johnson was the first to play rock ’n’ roll, listen up. Records made by African-American artists in the 1890s anticipated by decades the essentials of jazz, rhythm and blues, rock ’n’ roll—and yes, even Robert Johnson....

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