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King of the New-Orleans Clarinet (1926-1938)

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Johnny Dodds was one of the first New Orleans jazz clarinetists to be heard on phonograph records, and through that medium he was among the first to influence younger musicians throughout the U.S. and the world. Released in 2002, Black & Blue's King of the New Orleans Clarinet presents a sampling of his work dating from the years 1926-1938, in a timeline that skips his work with King Oliver, Louis Armstrong, and Jelly Roll Morton, and ultimately stops short of his final two recordings from 1940. These marvelous old Columbia, Vocalion, Victor, and Decca records were originally issued under the names of the New Orleans Wanderers, the New Orleans Bootblacks, Jimmy Blythe's Owls, the Beale Street Washboard Band; the Johnny Dodds Trio, the Johnny Dodds Orchestra, the Johnny Dodds Washboard Band, Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom Stompers and Johnny Dodds & His Chicago Boys. An excellent choice for those seeking an introduction to this musician's legacy, it is nevertheless outshone by other more complete offerings, especially Dodds' complete works as presented by the Classics Chronological Series.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 12 de abril de 1892 en New Orleans, LA

Género: Jazz

Años de actividad: '20s, '30s, '40s

One of the all-time great clarinetists and arguably the most significant of the 1920s, Johnny Dodds (whose younger brother Baby Dodds was among the first important drummers) had a memorable tone in both the lower and upper registers, was a superb blues player, and held his own with Louis Armstrong (no mean feat) on his classic Hot Five and Hot Seven recordings. He did not start on clarinet until he was 17 but caught on fast, being mostly self-taught. Dodds was with Kid Ory's band during most of 1912-1919,...
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