The Martinique - Wilbur De Paris And His Rampart Street Ramblers - New Orleans Jazz (Vinyl, Album)
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of New Orleans Jazz on Discogs. Label: London Records - EDLA • Format: Vinyl 10 Wilbur De Paris And His Rampart Street Ramblers - New Orleans Jazz (, Vinyl) | Discogs. Dec 07, · Check out New Orleans Jazz by Wilbur De Paris & his Rampart St. Ramblers on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on headsfoottotanweato.geitridefrasmaronilabiccithege.co May 31, · Wilbur DeParis stayed busy during the swing era without achieving any fame. As a member of Noble Sissle’s orchestra, he appeared in the film short That’s The Spirit and toured Europe. He was on record dates in with Benny Carter and Spike Hughes and in with Clarence Williams, and worked with the big bands of Edgar Hayes, Teddy Hill, the Mills Blue Rhythm Band, and .
Sidney DeParis became a fixture on 52nd Street in the early s, working often in small clubs with groups led by either drummer Zutty Singleton or pianist Art Hodes. He also recorded regularly for the Blue Note label during including on sessions led by Bechet, clarinetist Edmond Hall and pianist James P.
That began to change during After Wilbur DeParis left Ellingtonhe and brother Sidney finally started to play together on a regular basis. At first they were co-leaders of a combo but, since Wilbur had devised the main concept and was the harder worker, he was soon considered its leader while Sidney was featured as the star soloist. It took a little time for their group to solidify and get regular work so there were a few departures.
Wilbur performed often with Bechet during while Sidney led another Blue Note record date in and recorded with Bechet that year without Wilbur. He did not want his brand of New Orleans Album) to be predictable and he sought to give new life to the style so it would not die out prematurely.
Fortunately their spirited broadcasts can be heard on five CDs; Dr. Jazz Vol. Starting inthe Wilbur DeParis band which now had Harold Jackson added on bass recorded on a regular basis for the high-profile Atlantic label. Sidney DeParis was beginning to have occasional problems with his health, so to relieve some of the pressure on him, Cheatham was hired as a substitute who eventually joined the band as second trumpeter.
Up until then Doc Cheatham had worked primarily as a lead trumpeter with big bands most notably with Cab Calloway so this was one of his earliest opportunities to take occasional solos although his real breakthrough would not be for another 20 years. One of the highpoints for the DeParis group was getting to tour Africa for 14 weeks in In addition to some performances fromthe latter has the band split between its usual lineup and the way the group was after the unexpected death of Omer Simeon on Sept.
While Simeon could never be fully replaced, Garvin Bushell did his best in his spot, not only playing clarinet but bassoon. The version of the group certainly displayed unlimited potential for, in addition to both Sidney DeParis who occasionally played tuba and Doc Cheatham on trumpets, Wilbur DeParis, and Bushell, it included pianist Sonny White occasionally playing organ, John Smith on banjo and guitar, bassist Hayes Alvis, and Wilbert Kirk on drums and harmonica with guest vocals by Louis Bacon.
If the leader wanted, he could have featured a quartet comprised of bassoon, organ, harmonica and tuba! Musically, there was no reason that the group could not have continued for several more years for its musicians had not lost their enthusiasm or run out of ideas, but two factors led to its quick demise. Ahmet was well aware that a rhythm and blues album had little chance of success, since 78 rpm records dominated that genre. So even though Atlantic was successful with rhythm and blues recordings, their first foray into the album market was with a poetry album, Walter Benton's This The Martinique - Wilbur De Paris And His Rampart Street Ramblers - New Orleans Jazz (Vinyl My Beloved.
John Dall provided the narration and Vernon Duke provided the background music. This inch album carried the number which stood for "one 10 inch disc. The same material was released simultaneously as three 12 inch 78 rpm discs with the catalog number S. The stood for "three 12 inch discs" and "S" stood for standard speed which at that time was 78 rpm. The individual 78 rpm records were numbered, and In the discography below, we have tried to go with 1 what's on the LP jacket, or 2 the prefix listed in the early Atlantic catalogs, or 3 the prefix on the label.
Jacket prefixes and label prefixes were not always consistent. A record that looks and plays like new. The jacket will not have seam splits, folds, or cut-out holes.
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Wilbur then assumed leadership, and restyled the group as his “New” New Orleans Jazz, and this compilation samples a total of twelve vinyl albums recorded over a period of nine years. This was a first-rate group, which played both traditional standards and contemporary tunes with great zest, and the authority derived from decades of playing/5(7).
'New Orleans Jazz' by Wilbur De Paris and his Rampart Street Ramblers recorded in is one of the first LP's to be recorded in Stereo using the now obsolete Binaural system. To conclude CD1 we feature seven out of eight tracks from 'George Wettling's Jazz Band'/5(21). Wilbur then assumed leadership, and restyled the group as his “New” New Orleans Jazz, and this compilation samples a total of twelve vinyl albums recorded over a period of nine years. This was a first-rate group, which played both traditional standards and contemporary tunes with great zest, and the authority derived from decades of playing/5(7).
The Uproarious Twenties In Dixieland / Wilbur de Paris And His Rampart St. Ramblers / Wilbur de Paris And His New New Orleans Jazz (2-CD) - CD () for $ from headsfoottotanweato.geitridefrasmaronilabiccithege.co Jazz From the Vaults of Atlantic Records Series - Order by Phone /5(3).
The Uproarious Twenties In Dixieland / Wilbur de Paris And His Rampart St. Ramblers / Wilbur de Paris And His New New Orleans Jazz (2-CD) - CD () for $ from headsfoottotanweato.geitridefrasmaronilabiccithege.co Jazz From the Vaults of Atlantic Records Series - Order by Phone /5(3). NEW ORLEANS JAZZ BY WILBUR DE PARIS. Atlantic # ALS 10" Mono LP Vinyl is VG+VG++. Sleeve is VG 4" transparent tape top and bottom right corners.
NEW ORLEANS JAZZ BY WILBUR DE PARIS. Atlantic # ALS 10" Mono LP Vinyl is VG+VG++. Sleeve is VG 4" transparent tape top and bottom right corners.
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