Damp Weather - Jones & Collins Astoria Hot Eight - The Astoria Hot Eight (Vinyl)

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  1. In , house bandleaders Lee Collins and David Jones called themselves the Jones & Collins Astoria Hot Eight when they cut a record at the Unione Italiana – reportedly the first racially mixed recording session in New Orleans. Other local favorites appearing here were Papa Celestin’s band and the Tuxedo Jazz Band. Reply
  2. The Jones & Collins Astoria Hot Eight were an American jazz band.. The Jones & Collins Astoria Hot Eight were led by cornetist Lee Collins and tenor saxophonist David sorimerlighdisttelesulraheftiocrus.coinfo took their name from the "Astoria Gardens" the dance hall room of the Astoria Hotel on Rampart Street in New Orleans where they were the house band in and The group included a number of noted New . Reply
  3. Malazshura
    Performer: Jones & Collins Astoria Hot Eight; Lee Collins; Sidney ArodinDigitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. Reply
  4. The Jones & Collins Astoria Hot Eight existed only for one day as a recording ensemble named for a dancehall on South Rampart Street in New Orleans known as the Astoria Ballroom and the Astoria Gardens during the s and '30s. The group could just as easily have been called the Pelican Hot Eight, as cornetist Lee Collins (one of Jelly Roll Morton's early collaborators) and tenor saxophonist. Reply
  5. Zulkizilkree
    Astoria Strut Damp Weather - Jones & Collins Astoria Hot Eight Sizzling The Blues High Society - Hazel, Monk & His Bienville Roof Orchestra Sweetie Dear - New Orleans Feetwarmers Reply
  6. However, the main reason to pick up this disc is to acquire the four songs (plus two alternate takes) performed by Jones and Collins Astoria Hot Eight, a legendary band featuring trumpeter Lee Collins in that ranks with the hottest groups of the period. This CD is . Reply
  7. DAMP WEATHER DUET STOlo;P Jones and Collins Astoria Hot Eight An Introduction Samuel Charters No city in the United States means as much to mst jazz enthusiasts ·as New Orleans. It is difficult, now, to trace the early developments of jazz, but a style of hot . Reply
  8. Goltizragore
    Listen to your favourite songs from Treasury of Jazz, No. 1 (Mono Version) by The Jones & Collins Astoria Hot Eight now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now. Reply

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