Skip to main content

A History of Jazz: The New York Scene

Various Artists
A History of Jazz: The New York Scene

The New York Scene revels in the Big Apple as a multifaceted hotbed of jazz from its early days in the 1910s to the birth of bop in the 1940s, and presents the city as a "developer and gatherer" of exciting musical talent and diversity.

Track Listing

icon-circle-play
101
Too Much Mustard Europe's Society Orchestra 3:53
icon-circle-play
102
Sensation Rag Original Dixieland Jazz Band 2:54
icon-circle-play
103
Crazy Blues Perry Bradford's Jazz Hounds with Mamie Smith 3:25
icon-circle-play
104
Sugar Foot Stomp Fletcher Henderson Orchestra with Louis Armstrong and Coleman Hawkins 2:52
icon-circle-play
105
Log Cabin Blues Clarence Williams' Washboard Five 3:10
icon-circle-play
106
Boy in the Boat Charlie Johnson's Paradise Ten 3:43
icon-circle-play
107
Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble Miff Mole's Little Molers 3:00
icon-circle-play
201
Thou Swell Louisiana Sugar Babes 3:00
icon-circle-play
202
Harlem River Quiver Duke Ellington and His Orchestra 2:50
icon-circle-play
203
Ozark Mountain Blues The Missourians 3:02
icon-circle-play
204
Keep That Hi-De-Hi in Your Soul Cab Calloway and His Orchestra 2:56
icon-circle-play
205
Jaznochracy Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra 2:43
icon-circle-play
206
Flyin' Hawk Coleman Hawkins Quartet 2:49
icon-circle-play
207
Groovin' High Dizzy Gillespie and His Sextet 2:42

.