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Tin Roof Blues - New Orleans Rhythm Kings - New Orleans Rhythm Kings Featuring George Brunis Volume 1 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Dec 21,  · The New Orleans Rhythm Kings helped set a new standard and tone for jazz. The success of their fresh sound was an inspiration for other musicians, especially Bix Beiderbecke and the Austin High Gang. NORK recorded during the years that established jazz as music that was here to stay, with something to say, and defined a still recognizable style.
  2. Georg Brunis, New Orleans legend and king of the tailgate trombone, gets his due with Tin Roof Blues, a perfect volume of recordings that sprinkles ten sides from his own band amongst his seminal work in the New Orleans Rhythm Kings, as well as bands led by Ted Lewis, Muggsy Spanier, Louis Prima, and Wild Bill Davison.9/
  3. Title on container: New Orleans Rhythm Kings and Jelly Roll Morton. recordings issued as by Friar's Society Orchestra. Manual sequence. Durations on labels. Program notes by Max Harrison, personnel, and original record nos. on container. Performer(s): New Orleans Rhythm Kings.
  4. Print and download Tin Roof Blues sheet music composed by New Orleans Rhythm Kings. Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Chords in Eb Major. SKU: MN
  5. Jun 28,  · The New Orleans Rhythm Kings (nicknamed NORK) were one of the most influential jazz bands of the early to mids. The band was a combination of New Orleans and Chicago musicians who helped shape Chicago Jazz and influenced many younger jazz musicians. The group recorded a series of records for Gennett Records in and
  6. In they recorded a session under the name, New Orleans Rhythm Kings with local New Orleans sidemen. Later there were a handful of Decca recordings under the NORK name, but George Brunies was the only original member of the group on those sessions. The story of the fabulous New Orleans Rhythm Kings had come to an end.
  7. The New Orleans Rhythm Kings was a jazz band whose founding members were natives of the Crescent City. However, when they first recorded at the Richmond Gennett studio in August of , their band was neither named the New Orleans Rhythm Kings nor located in New Orleans.
  8. Listen to your favorite songs from George Brunis With The New Orleans Rhythm Kings: Volume 1 by New Orleans Rhythm Kings Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  9. The New Orleans Rhythm Kings (NORK) were the finest jazz group to be on record in , and the white band has served as proof that, even that early, African-Americans were not the only ones who could play jazz with individuality and integrity.

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