Lost Chords:White Musicians & Their Contribution To Jazz 1915-1945 2 CD’s

Great collection of forty-nine tracks from the Netherlands. This is a companion to the Richard M. Sudhalter book of the same name published in 2000.

CD #1 highlights include: “Tiger Rag”- Original Dixieland Jazz Band, “There Ain’t No Gal Like My Gal”- Original Memphis Melody Boys, and “I’ve Got A Crush On You”-Lee Wiley.

Other artists on CD #1:Friars Society Orchestra, New Orleans Rhythm Kings, Johnny Miller’s New Orleans Frolickers, Monk Hazel Bienville Roof Orchestra, Isham Jones Orchestra, Mound City Blue Blowers, Original Memphis Five, The Georgians, The Red Heads, Miff Mole’s Little Molers, Charleston Chasers, Joe Venuti’s Blue Four, Paul Whiteman, California Ramblers, Charles Pierce Orchestra, Paul Mares Friars Society Orchestra, Eddie Condon Orchestra and Bud Freeman’s Famous Chicagoans.

CD #2 highlights include: “It’s Right Here For You”-Tommy Dorsey, “March Of The Hoodlums”- Carmichael’s Collegians and “Chant”- George Van Eps.

Other artists on CD #2:Jean Goldkette Orchestra, Ben Pollack Park Central Orchestra, Boswell Sisters, Wolverine Orchestra, Frankie Trumbauer Orchestra, Jack Purvis Orchestra, Milton Brownie’s Musical Brownies, Red Nichols And His Five Pennies, Red Norvo’s Orchestra and The Three Deuces.

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