Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band - Live in Santa Monica, part 15
- Type of resource
- Sound recording-musical
- Santa Monica (Calif.)
- Date created
- Digital origin
- reformatted digital
- 1 10" transcription disc
- lacquer disc/acetate
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Item belongs to a collection
The collection comprehensively covers the career of Turk Murphy and was assembled primarily by Jim Goggin and other members of the San Francisco Traditional Jazz Foundation. Similar sub-collections of materials about other traditional jazz musicians were added to this core collection containing items related to Murphy, Lu Watters, and Murphy’s side men, such as William Miskell and Bob Helm, some of whom also had their own bands. The collection includes over 650 manuscript jazz arrangements (scores and parts) for the Turk Murphy band, musical arrangements by Lu Watters, and related groups; original transcription discs of unique sound and video recordings by Turk Murphy, Lu Watters, Kid Ory, and other musicians and bands; 218 loose leaf notebooks of materials compiled by Jim Goggin documenting the careers of Turk Murphy, Burt Bales, Clancy Hayes, Bob Scobey and similar jazz musicians; hundreds of recordings in various formats, including lacquer transcription discs, open reel tapes, audio cassettes, CDs, CD-Roms, and videocassettes; thousands of photographs documenting the career of Turk Murphy and other West Coast traditional jazz musicians; correspondence and business records of Murphy and his jazz club, Earthquake McGoon’s; and numerous boxes of ephemera, posters, and realia relating to Earthquake McGoon’s and Turk Murphy’s performances there. In total the collection consists of about 300 linear feet of materials comprised of 155 linear feet of archival materials and 145 linear feet of sound recordings.
World Is Waiting For The Sunrise; Black and Blue
- A version of "The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise" by this edition of Kid Ory's Band is available on CD: "Kid Ory at Crystal Pier 1947" -- American Music AMCD 90. A similar version of "Black and Blue" is available on "Kid Ory - King of the Tailgate Trombone" -- American Music AMCD 20 (recorded at the Royal Room in Los Angeles in 1948). Not relevant to this collection though the Ory Band's broadcasts from Club Hangover in San Francisco (1953-1955) should be spotlighted for the website.
- Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band (Kid Ory, trombone, leader; Andrew Blakeney, trumpet; Archie Rosati, clarinet; Buster Wilson, piano; Bud Scott, guitar, vocal; Ed Garland, bass; Minor Hall, drums)
- Use and reproduction
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