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1919: Will Marion Cook and Everybody Else

A look at some of the other jazz music recorded in 1919.

Show Notes

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Bibliography:

1919 - Wikipedia

Louisiana Five - Wikipedia

Lost Chords: White Musicians and their Contribution to Jazz, 1915-1945 - Richard M. Sudhalter

The Rough Guide to Jazz 3 - Ian Carr, Brian Priestley, and Digby Fairweather

The Story of the Original Dixieland Jazz Band - H.O. Brunn

A History of Jazz in Britain 1919-50 - Jim Godbolt

Harry Pilcer - Wikipedia

Harry Yerkes - Wikipedia

Scrap Iron Jazz Band

Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry - Tim Brooks

1919: Original Dixieland Jazz Band

The beginning of the spread of jazz worldwide, and what that has to do with the Original Dixieland Jazz Band.

1919: Ford Dabney

The story of Ford Dabney, immensely famous early jazz contributor, who is almost totally forgotten today.

1919: James Reese Europe

The life and times of James Reese Europe, and his contributions to ragtime and early jazz history.

1918: Everybody Else

A look at some of the other jazz music recorded in 1918.

1918: Original Dixieland Jazz Band

What the Original Dixieland Jazz Band was up to, in 1918.

1918: Wilbur Sweatman

Who Wilbur Sweatman was, why he matters, and some of the music he made in 1918.

1917: Everybody Else

A look at some of the other jazz music recorded in 1917.

1917: Original Dixieland Jazz Band

From the origins of the Original Dixieland Jazz Band, to the music they made in 1917.