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Jazz, Vol. 7: New York (1922-1934)

Various Artists
Jazz, Vol. 7: New York (1922-1934)

New Yorkers were drawn to the dancehalls and grooved to the likes of Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra, The Kentucky Club Orchestra, the Fletcher Henderson Orchestra, the Clarence Williams Blue Five and the Lang-Venuti All Star Orchestra. In New York jazz, the piano became a melodic and harmonic focal point rather than mainly a percussion instrument; Fats Waller and James P. Johnson demonstrate this new style.

Track Listing

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101
I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate The Cotton Pickers 2:58
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102
Original Dixieland One Step Miff Mole and His Little Molers 2:49
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103
Mississippi Mud Frank Trumbauer and His Orchestra 3:12
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104
Makin' Friends The Kentucky Grasshoppers 3:05
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105
Basin Street Blues The Louisiana Rhythm Kings 3:20
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106
Beale Street Blues Lang-Venuti All Star Orchestra 3:25
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107
Junk Man Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra 3:09
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201
Papa De-Da-Da Clarence Williams Blue Five 3:08
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202
Sugar Foot Stomp - Dippermouth Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra 2:54
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203
The Creeper Kentucky Club Orchestra 2:52
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204
Harlem River Quiver Kentucky Club Orchestra 2:51
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205
You Can't Do What My Last Man Did James P. Johnson 3:15
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206
Harlem Fuss Fats Waller and His Buddies 2:43
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207
Knockin' a Jug Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra 3:31
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208
It Should Be You Henry Allen and His New Yorkers 3:18

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