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THE UPBEAT PORTRAIT SERIES Set 1 - 4 CD Special Offer

THE UPBEAT PORTRAIT SERIES Set 1 - 4 CD Special Offer
£44.00
CD / Product Number: URCD016

The four CDs in this collection feature A Portrait of Papa Mutt Carey – A New Orleans Master, A Portrait of Kid Ory – The Greatest Slideman Ever Born, A Portrait of Muggsy Spannier A-Z and A Portrait of Jelly Roll Morton – Oh, Mr Jelly!

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Disc 1: URCD176 A Portrait of PAPA MUTT CAREY

TWICE VOTED BEST ALBUM OF 2002
Kid Ory Band with Mutt Carey DR EXNER RECORDINGS, 12th February 1946 - Tracks 1 to 4
Los Angeles Thomas ‘Mutt’ Carey, trumpet, Joe Darensbourg, clarinet, Kid Ory, trombone, Buster Wilson, piano, Bud Scott, guitar, Ed Garland, string bass, Alton Redd, drums
Kid Ory Band with Mutt Carey DECCA 21st March 1945, Los Angeles - Tracks 5 to 8
as above but Minor Hall, drums Cecile Ory vocal track 8
Mutt Carey plus Hociel Thomas CIRCLE 30th August 1946, San Francisco - Tracks 9 to 14
Mutt Carey, trumpet, Hociel Thomas, piano, vocals
Mutt Carey New Yorkers CENTURY 18th November 1947, New York - Tracks 15 to 19
Mutt Carey, trumpet, Jimmy Archey, trombone, Albert Nicholas, clarinet, Hank Duncan, piano, Danny Barker, guitar, Pops Foster, string bass, Baby Dodds, drums
Mutt Carey New Yorkers CENTURY 27th November 1947, New York - Tracks 20 to 24
As above but Edmund Hall, clarinet, and Cliff Jackson piano

1: Dippermouth Blues
2: Savoy Blues
3: Ballin’ The Jack
4: High Society ( 1)
5: High Society ( 2)
6: Muskrat Ramble
7: The Girls Go Crazy about the Way I Walk
8: Blanche Touquatoux
9: Gambler’s Dream
10: Muddy Water Blues
11: Go Down Sunshine
12: Advice Blues
13: Barrel House Man
14: Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out
15: Shim-Me-Sha Wobble
16: Slow Drivin’ (one and two)
17: Ostrich Walk ( 1)
18: Ostrich Walk ( 2)
19: Cake Walkin’ Babies
20: Joplins Sensation
21: Chrysanthemum
> 22: The Entertainer
23: Fidgety Feet
24: Indiana

Disc 2: URCD187 A Portrait of KID ORY, New Orleans Master

Track 1 ORY'S SUNSHINE ORCHESTRA Los Angeles 1921 - Papa Mutt Carey, Kid Ory, Dick Johnson, Fred Washington, Ed Garland, Ben Norders
Tracks 2-22 ALL STAR JAZZ GROUP Los Angeles 1944 - includes Papa Mutt Carey, Kid Ory, Zutty Singelton
Tracks 23-28 NEW ORLEANS JAZZ and HERITAGE FESTIVAL LINE-UP New Orleans 1971 Kid Ory with Thomas Jefferson, Raymond Burke, Don Ewell, Emanuel Sayles, Danny Baker, Ed Garland and Freddie Kohlman

1: ORY’S CREOLE TROMBONE
2: HIGH SOCIETY
3: INTRO
4: MUSKRAT RAMBLE
5: ORSON WELLES INTRO
6: THAT’S A PLENTY
7: ORSON WELLES INTRO
8: PANAMA RAG
9: ORSON WELLES INTRO
10: JIMMY’S BLUES
11: ORSON WELLES INTRO
12: SUGAR FOOT STOMP
13: ORSON WELLES INTRO
14: SAVOY BLUES
15: WEARY BLUES
16: ORSON WELLES INTRO
17: E FLAT BLUES
18: ORSON WELLES INTRO
19: TIGER RAG
20: ORSON WELLES INTRO
21: OH, DIDN’T HE RAMBLE
22: ROYAL GARDEN BLUES
23: BIG BUTTER and EGG MAN
24: SISTER KATE
25: BILL BAILEY WON’T YOU PLEASE COME HOME
26: YELLOW DOG BLUES
27: MILNEBERG JOYS
28: AUNT HAGAR’S BLUES

Disc 3: URCD215 A Portrait of MUGGSY SPANNIER A-Z

Muggsy plays cornet on each track with the bands listed below

1: Hot Mittens - The Bucktown Five -1924
2: Sister Kate - Charles Pierce and his Orchestra - 1928
3: There'll Be Some Changes Made - Chicago Rhythm Kings - 1928
4: That's a Plenty - Ray Miller and his Orchestra - 1929
5: Lewisada Blues - Ted Lewis and his Band - 1929
6: Dip Your Brush in the Sunshine - Ted Lewis and his Band - 1931
7: Darktown Strutters Ball - Red McKenzie and the Celestial Beings - 1931
8: Since We Fell out of Love - New Orleans Rhythm Kings - 1935
9: September in the Rain - The Rhythm Wreckers - 1937
10: Alice Blue Gown - Ben Pollak's Pick-a-Rib Boy - 1937
11: Relaxin' at the Touro - Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtime Band - 1939
12: Mandy Make Up Your Mind - Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtime Band - 1939
13: Sweet Lorraine - Bechet-Spanier Big Four - 1940
14: China Boy - Bechet-Spanier Big Four - 1940
15: Down to Steamboat Tennessee - Lee Wiley - 1940
16: Cow Cow Blues - Bob Cosby and his Orchestra - 1940
17: Yes Indeed - Bob Cosby's Bob Cats - 1940
18: Hesitating Blues - Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtimers - 1942
19: Two o'clock Jump - Muggsy Spanier and his Orchestra - 1942
20: Memphis Blues - Muggsy Spanier Ragtimers - 1944
21: Jazz Me Blues - Muggsy Spanier and his V Disc All Stars - 1944
22: Tiger Rag - Muggsy Spanier and his Dixieland Band - 1952

Disc 4: URCD231 A Portrait of JELLY ROLL MORTON - Oh Mr Jelly!

1: Big Fat Ham
2: New Orleans Joys
3: King Porter
4: Black Bottom Stomp
5: Smoke House Blues
6: The Chant
7: Original Jelly Roll Blues
8: Doctor Jazz
9: The Pearls
10: Mr Jelly Lord
11: Boogaboo
12: Shreveport Stomp
13: Sweet Peter
14: I Hate A Man Like You
15: My Little Dixie Home
16: Harmony Blues
17: Pontchatrain Blues
18: Blue Blood Blues
19: Never Had No Lovin'
20: High Society
21: Winin' Boy Blues
22: Don't You Leave Me Here
23: Mamie's Blues
24: Sweet Substitute
25: My Home Is A Southern Town