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The Resource Encyclopedia of jazz on records, (sound recording)

Encyclopedia of jazz on records, (sound recording)

Label
Encyclopedia of jazz on records
Title
Encyclopedia of jazz on records
Creator
Contributor
Compiler
Performer
Subject
Language
N/A
Related
Cataloging source
MAN
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1914-1994
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Feather, Leonard
Form of composition
jazz
Format of music
not applicable
PerformerNote
Various dance orchestras
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1901-1971
  • 1890-1941
  • 1904-1929
  • 1894-1955
  • 1906-1932
  • 1909-1986
  • 1902-1933
  • 1899-1974
  • 1906-1963
  • 1898-1992
  • 1897-1959
  • 1915-1973
  • 1897-1952
  • 1908-1952
  • 1913-1993
  • 1904-1944
  • 1911-1989
  • 1909-1956
  • 1911-1985
  • 1915-1959
  • 1905-1973
  • 1915-1989
  • 1913-1987
  • 1900-1971
  • 1907-1991
  • 1923-1977
  • 1912-2001
  • 1910-2004
  • 1904-1984
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Armstrong, Louis
  • Nichols, Red
  • Morton, Jelly Roll
  • Smith, Pine Top
  • Johnson, James P.
  • Teschemacher, Frank
  • Goodman, Benny
  • Lang, Eddie
  • Venuti, Joe
  • Ellington, Duke
  • Gray, Glen
  • Kirk, Andy
  • Webb, Chick
  • Fitzgerald, Ella
  • Bechet, Sidney
  • Tharpe, Rosetta
  • Henderson, Fletcher
  • Kirby, John
  • Crosby, Bob
  • Miller, Glenn
  • Kenton, Stan
  • Hawkins, Coleman
  • McShann, Jay
  • Eldridge, Roy
  • Tatum, Art
  • Turner, Joe
  • Holiday, Billie
  • Condon, Eddie
  • Heywood, Eddie
  • Hampton, Lionel
  • Herman, Woody
  • Norvo, Red
  • Garner, Erroll
  • Amstrong, Louis
  • McPartland, Jimmy
  • Scott, Tony
  • Green, Bennie
  • Bernstein, Elmer
  • Burns, Ralph
  • Graas, John
  • Brown, Les
  • Shaw, Artie
  • Basie, Count
  • King Cole Trio
  • Terry Gibbs Sextet
  • Charlie Ventura Septet
  • King Oliver's Dixie Syncopaters
  • New Orleans Rhythm Kings
  • Black Bottom Stompers
  • Five Pennies (Musical group)
  • Jimmie Noone's Apex Club Orchestra
  • Elmer Schoebel's Friar Society Orchestra
  • Casa Loma Orchestra
  • Dorsey Brothers Orchestra
  • Noble Sissle's Swingsters
  • Onyx Club Boys
  • Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Dance orchestra music
  • Jazz
  • Jazz
Label
Encyclopedia of jazz on records, (sound recording)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Manual sequence
  • Boxed in one container
Capture and storage technique
analog electrical storage
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
  • sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
monaural
Content category
performed music
Content type code
  • prm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
v. 1. Jazz of the twenties: Aunt Hagar's blues (King Oliver's Dixie Syncopaters) -- Tin roof blues (New Orleans Rhythm Kings) -- Wild man blues (Johnny Dodd's Black Bottom Stompers with Louis Armstrong) -- That's no bargain (Red Nichols and his Five Pennies) -- My Monday date (Jimmy Noone's Apex Club Orchestra) -- King Porter stomp (Jelly Roll Morton) -- Pinetop's boogie woogie (Pine Top Smith) -- You've got to be modernistic (James P. Johnson) -- Prince of wails (Elmer Schoebel's Friar Society Orchestra with Frank Teschemacher) -- Muskrat ramble (Benny Goodman and his boys) -- Farewell blues (Eddie Lang-Joe Venuti and their all star orchestra) -- East St. Louis toodle-oo (Duke Ellington and his orcestra [sic]) --v. 2. Jazz of the thirties: Chinatown, my Chinatown (Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra) --St. Louis blues (Dorsey Brothers's Orchestra) -- Walkin' and swingin' (Andy Kirk and his orchestra) -- Sing me a swing song (Chick Webb and his orchestra and Ella Fitzgerald) -- Blackstick (Sidney "Pops" Bechet with Noble Sissle's Swingsters) -- That's all (Sister Rosetta Tharpe) -- Down south camp meetin' (Fletcher Henderson and his Onyx Club Boys) -- From A flat to C (John Kirby and his Onyx Club Boys) -- South Rampart Street parade (Bob Crosby and his orchestra) -- Moonlight Bay (Glenn Miller and his orchestra) -- Roseland shuffle (Count Basie and his orchestra) -- Swanee River (Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra) --v. 3. Jazz of the forties: I get a kick out of you (Artie Shaw and his orchestra) -- Gambler's blues (Stan Kenton and his orchestra) -- Honeysuckle rose (King Cole Trio) -- How deep is the ocean (Coleman Hawkins and his orchestra) -- Sepian bounce (Jay McShann) -- The gasser (Roy Eldridge & his orchestra) -- Wee baby blues (Art Tatum and his band with Joe Turner) -- Lover man (Billie Holiday) -- Somebody loves me (Eddie Condon and his orchestra) -- How high the moon ( Eddie Heywood and his orchestra) -- Perdido (Woody Herman snd his orchestra) -- v.4. Jazz of the fifties:Good bait blowing bubbles (Charlie Ventura Septet) -- When the saints go marching in patootie (Tony Scott) -- Takin' my time (Benny Green and his orchestra) -- Now is the time (Terry Gibbs Sextet) -- Frankie machine (Elmer Bernstein and orchestra) -- Cool cat on a hot tin roof (Ralph Burns and his orchestra) -- Mulliganesque (John Graas) -- One o'clock jump (Les Brown and his Band of Reknown)
Control code
3401826
Dimensions
12 in.
Dimensions
12 in. diameter
Extent
4 discs
Groove width / pitch
microgroove fine
Lccn
r 57000234
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • s
Other physical details
analog, 33 1/3 rpm., mono.
Publisher number
  • DX 140
  • DL 8383
  • DL 8384
  • DL 8385
  • DL 8386
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
Encyclopedia of jazz on records, (sound recording)
Publication
Note
  • Manual sequence
  • Boxed in one container
Capture and storage technique
analog electrical storage
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
  • sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
monaural
Content category
performed music
Content type code
  • prm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
v. 1. Jazz of the twenties: Aunt Hagar's blues (King Oliver's Dixie Syncopaters) -- Tin roof blues (New Orleans Rhythm Kings) -- Wild man blues (Johnny Dodd's Black Bottom Stompers with Louis Armstrong) -- That's no bargain (Red Nichols and his Five Pennies) -- My Monday date (Jimmy Noone's Apex Club Orchestra) -- King Porter stomp (Jelly Roll Morton) -- Pinetop's boogie woogie (Pine Top Smith) -- You've got to be modernistic (James P. Johnson) -- Prince of wails (Elmer Schoebel's Friar Society Orchestra with Frank Teschemacher) -- Muskrat ramble (Benny Goodman and his boys) -- Farewell blues (Eddie Lang-Joe Venuti and their all star orchestra) -- East St. Louis toodle-oo (Duke Ellington and his orcestra [sic]) --v. 2. Jazz of the thirties: Chinatown, my Chinatown (Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra) --St. Louis blues (Dorsey Brothers's Orchestra) -- Walkin' and swingin' (Andy Kirk and his orchestra) -- Sing me a swing song (Chick Webb and his orchestra and Ella Fitzgerald) -- Blackstick (Sidney "Pops" Bechet with Noble Sissle's Swingsters) -- That's all (Sister Rosetta Tharpe) -- Down south camp meetin' (Fletcher Henderson and his Onyx Club Boys) -- From A flat to C (John Kirby and his Onyx Club Boys) -- South Rampart Street parade (Bob Crosby and his orchestra) -- Moonlight Bay (Glenn Miller and his orchestra) -- Roseland shuffle (Count Basie and his orchestra) -- Swanee River (Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra) --v. 3. Jazz of the forties: I get a kick out of you (Artie Shaw and his orchestra) -- Gambler's blues (Stan Kenton and his orchestra) -- Honeysuckle rose (King Cole Trio) -- How deep is the ocean (Coleman Hawkins and his orchestra) -- Sepian bounce (Jay McShann) -- The gasser (Roy Eldridge & his orchestra) -- Wee baby blues (Art Tatum and his band with Joe Turner) -- Lover man (Billie Holiday) -- Somebody loves me (Eddie Condon and his orchestra) -- How high the moon ( Eddie Heywood and his orchestra) -- Perdido (Woody Herman snd his orchestra) -- v.4. Jazz of the fifties:Good bait blowing bubbles (Charlie Ventura Septet) -- When the saints go marching in patootie (Tony Scott) -- Takin' my time (Benny Green and his orchestra) -- Now is the time (Terry Gibbs Sextet) -- Frankie machine (Elmer Bernstein and orchestra) -- Cool cat on a hot tin roof (Ralph Burns and his orchestra) -- Mulliganesque (John Graas) -- One o'clock jump (Les Brown and his Band of Reknown)
Control code
3401826
Dimensions
12 in.
Dimensions
12 in. diameter
Extent
4 discs
Groove width / pitch
microgroove fine
Lccn
r 57000234
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • s
Other physical details
analog, 33 1/3 rpm., mono.
Publisher number
  • DX 140
  • DL 8383
  • DL 8384
  • DL 8385
  • DL 8386
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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