Document Records - Vintage Blues and Jazz

Document Records
Joseph Robichaux 1933


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FEATURED ARTIST / S
Joseph Robichaux

    TRACK LIST
01 - Ring dem bells
02 - St. Louis blues
03 - Zola
04 - Foot scuffle
05 - King Kong stomp
06 - Stormy weather
07 - Saturday night fish fry drag
08 - Every tub
09 - The riff
10 - After me the sun goes down
11 - Jig music
12 - You keep me always living in sin
13 - Sleep, come on and take me
14 - Just like a falling star
15 - I would do anything for you
16 - She don`t love me
17 - Lazy bones
18 - Forty second Street
19 - Why should I cry for you?
20 - Shake it and break it (take 1)
21 - Shake it and break it (take 2)
22 - That`s how rhythm was born
23 - Swingy little thingy (take 1)
24 - Swingy little thingy (take 4)

Genre: New Orleans Jazz.
Informative booklet notes by Howard Rye.
Detailed discography.

It has been said of Joe Robichaux (by Herbert Friedwald) that, "He was a participant in most of the interesting musical developments in New Orleans throughout a fruitful career which spanned almost a half-century." What he is principally remembered for, though, is for having led the only band based in New Orleans to make a substantial body of recordings during the 1930s.

Jan Evensmo has written, "I can understand why some record producers almost kill each other about Robichaux reissues.. .The soloists are all great... and Gene Porter.. is really one of the most exciting tenor sax: personalities of the early thirties." Nothing else is quite like these performances. Herbert Friedwald has commented that they are a lot closer to the New Orleans jump bands of the forties than to traditional jazz as generally understood. They show how New Orleans musicians adapted to the swing era, and give a distinctive take on how swing evolved into jump and rhythm-and-blues. First and foremost though, they are great creative music.

 

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