Dixieland New Orleans Jazz. June 17, 1940 - June 24, 1944. The John Reid Collection 1940-1944. American Recordings 44. CD.
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New Orleans has always been a magical place when it comes to music. One of the great musical ‘hotbeds’ not just of America but the world! The Creole people: (a mix of French, Spanish, African American and Native Indian) were always going to set the scene when it came to both Jazz and Blues.
As the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival kicks off on Friday, thousands flock to the city to pay tribute to the birthplace of jazz and conjure visions of a colorful musical history. Long before Bourbon Street became a hub for tourists weighed down with plastic beads, musicians advertised performances by playing in the backs of wagons, the details of upcoming shows hand-lettered on wooden signs. It didn't matter whether the venue was a basement club or a neighbor's living room
1. Perdido Street Blues - Louis Armstrong. 13. New Salty Dog - Sam Collins. 14. Louisiana Glide - Blind Leroy Garnett. 15. Trouble in Mind - Bertha "Chippie" Hill, Richard M Jones.
So between catching jazz headliners like Terence Blanchard and Branford Marsalis, seeing the struggling, novel and young is one of the festival's rewards for spectators willing to expand their horizons. I always get there early and do the center field first, said Lynda Hargroder, an employee at a local charity hospital who's been going to the festival for more than 30 years. A lot of times for me the best artists are the ones who aren't getting the biggest billing.
In the early 1940s in jazz, bebop emerged, led by Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Thelonious Monk and others. It helped to shift jazz from danceable popular music towards a more challenging "musician's music. Differing greatly from swing, early bebop divorced itself from dance music, establishing itself more as an art form but lessening its potential popular and commercial value. Since bebop was meant to be listened to, not danced to, it used faster tempos