Exactly Like You - Oscar ;Papa; Celestin - Birth Of The Blues (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Stars We Are LP (Vinyl Album) UK Parlophone Not sure why the page says that this is a remaster, the CD sounds exactly like the original CD from , so as far as I can tell it is only a reissue. So if you have the CD, save yourself some money/5(32).
  2. I Am the Blues [LP VINYL] Willie Dixon Format: Vinyl. If you like the classic blues this cd is one you have to get! Read more. 7 people found this helpful Vicksburg, the city of his birth, has a mural of Willie playing the standup bass among the murals on the Vicksburg floodwall, a local tourist attraction, and also named a street after /5().
  3. Except for his very first session (which resulted in three numbers in ), this British LP has all of cornetist Oscar "Papa" Celestin's recordings of the s. The New Orleans bandleader's Tuxedo Jazz Orchestra could be a touch primitive but their performances (with the exception of a poor Charles Gillis vocal on "My Josephine") are near-classics, rare examples of a regularly working New.
  4. Oscar Phillip Celestin (January 1, – December 15, ) better known by stage name Papa Celestin was an American jazz trumpeter and bandleader.
  5. Apr 20,  · LAHM Miles Davis also makes multiple appearances in Louis’s record collection. Armstrong was a big fan of Davis’s Columbia collaborations with Gil Evans and transferred their Porgy and Bess to tape. Of course, Armstrong might have been the only one to sandwich it between albums by Al Jolson and risque burlesque singer Faye Richmond, as shown here in his catalog page .
  6. Oscar "Papa" Celestin was a cornetist and the leader of New Orleans' the Original Tuxedo Orchestra from the s until his death in Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓ Credits ↓ Related ↓ Song Highlights.
  7. OSCAR CELESTIN. Notes: (Mono). Category: Jazz. Format: LP. Blues & R&B. VG+ Very Good Plus Close to like new with only superficial signs of use that don't affect play. Only well cared for records will grade out to VG+.Seller Rating: % positive.
  8. Oscar "Papa" Celestin was a cornetist and the leader of the Original Tuxedo Orchestra, one of the most popular of the early jazz bands based in New elcoaclimunmepbackpowshuduntilesut.coinfo Celestin led the house band at the Tuxedo Dance Hall on North Franklin St. in the French Quarter, and later founded the Tuxedo Brass Band, the namesake of the currently active Young Tuxedo Brass Band.
  9. Oscar “Papa” Celestin learned to play cornet or trumpet from Professor Claiborne Williams on the bank of Bayou Lafourche at his birthplace in Napoleonville, Louisiana. He moved to New Orleans in at the age of He started out playing in Storyville and other venues in the city where Jazz was born.

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