Kid Ory – Kid Ory plays W.C. Handy (1959/2013)
DSD64 (.dff) 1 bit/2,82 MHz | Time – 36:12 minutes | 1,5 GB | Genre: Blues
Official Digital Download – Source: HDTT.com | Digital booklet | © Verve Records
Kid Ory was one of the great New Orleans pioneers, an early trombonist who virtually defined the “tailgate” style (using his horn to play rhythmic bass lines in the front line behind the trumpet and clarinet) and who was fortunate enough to last through the lean years so he could make a major comeback in the mid-’40s. Originally a banjoist, Ory soon switched to trombone and by 1911 was leading a popular band in New Orleans. Among his trumpeters during the next eight years were Mutt Carey, King Oliver and a young Louis Armstrong and his clarinetists included Johnny Dodds, Sidney Bechet, and Jimmie Noone. In 1919, Ory moved to California and in 1922 (possibly 1921) recorded the first two titles by a Black New Orleans jazz band (“Ory’s Creole Trombone” and “Society Blues”) under the band title of Spike’s Seven Pods of Pepper Orchestra. In 1925 he moved to Chicago, played regularly with King Oliver, and recorded many classic sides with Oliver, Louis Armstrong (in his Hot Five and Seven), and Jelly Roll Morton, among others.
01 – Aunt Hagar’s Blues
02 – St. Louis Blues
03 – Harlem Blues
04 – Friendless Blues
05 – Joe Turner Blues
06 – Way Down South Where The Blues Began
07 – Yellow Dog Blues
Recorded in San Francisco, 1958 by Verve.
Produced by Norman Granz.
Transferred from a 4-track tape.
Kid Ory – Trombone, Vocals
Frank Haggerty – Guitar
Cedric Haywood – Piano
Charles Oden – Double Bass
Jesse Sailes – Drums
Teddy Buckner – Trumpet
Caughey Roberts – Woodwind