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Album Review

Sixteen tracks recorded between May 1928 and June 1929 with the Apex Club Orchestra, featuring Earl Fatha Hines at the piano and Joe Poston on alto sax. Most of these titles overlap with the Vocalion sides reissued on Decca's Apex Blues, but the running times vary considerable in some instances, by as much as 30 seconds or more ("Every Evening I Miss You"), though usually only four or five seconds, and as little as one, indicating that these are variant studio takes. In any case, the quality of the sound and the performances are impeccable, and four of the numbers here don't appear on the Decca compilation at all. The notes tell more about the Hot Club of Paris, under whose auspices this disc is issued, than about Noone, but the price is right and the music is a pleasure. As a bonus, the last track, "Chattanooga Stomp," is a live recording (in astonishingly good sound) by the King Oliver Creole Jazz Band from 1923, featuring Noone on clarinet and Louis Armstrong on cornet; on its own, this cut is worth the price of the disc.


Born: 25 December 1886 in LaPlace, LA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '10s, '20s, '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s

Kid Ory was one of the great New Orleans pioneers, an early trombonist who virtually defined the "tailgate" style (using his horn to play rhythmic bass lines in the front line behind the trumpet and clarinet) and who was fortunate enough to last through the lean years so he could make a major comeback in the mid-'40s. Originally a banjoist, Ory soon switched to trombone and by 1911 was leading a popular band in New Orleans. Among his trumpeters during the next eight years were Mutt Carey, King Oliver...
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: 11 December 1992

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