Download Blue Clarinet Stomp - Johnny Dodds - Blue Clarinet Stomp (Cassette)
1990
Label: RCA - 2293-4-RB • Format: Cassette • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Swing, Big Band


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3 thoughts on “ Blue Clarinet Stomp - Johnny Dodds - Blue Clarinet Stomp (Cassette)

  1. Written-By – Johnny Dodds: 2 – Johnny Dodds Trio: Blue Clarinet Stomp #2 Written-By – J. Dodds* 3 – Johnny Dodds Trio: Blue Piano Stomp Written-By – J. Dodds* 4 – Jelly Roll Morton Trio: Wolverine Blues Written-By – Spikes*, Morton*, Spikes* 5 – Jelly Roll Morton Trio: Mr. Jelly Lord Written-By – Jelly /5(2).
  2. 3) Indigo Stomp - both versions. Otherwise known as the blowing section of Jelly Roll Morton's King Porter Stomp. Just trio - Johnny Dodds, Bill Johnson, Lil Hardin Armstrong. Chamber Music for the Ages. Dodds has this strange lack of security when it comes to moving between the low and high register of the clarinet/5(6).
  3. This CD gives the listener an opportunity to hear great New Orleans blues clarinet playing for Dodds is heard to advantage on both the trio and six piece band sides. Much of the clarinetist's fame is linked to being the reed player on early Louis Armstrong recordings but despite Dodds's brilliance Armstrong was invariably the star and his cornet/trumpet tended to dominate proceedings/5(6).

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