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  1. Listen to your favorite songs from A Jazz Hour With King Oliver: Shake It & Break It by King Oliver Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and .
  2. Apr 13,  · Live at French Quarter Fest Sarah Peterson vocals Joe Goldberg clarinet, saxaphone Byron Asher clarinet, saxaphone Russell Ramirez trombone .
  3. Apr 20,  · ‎Album · · 17 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Stingaree Blues King Oliver and His Orchestra 6 Louis Armstrong and King Oliver I'll Still Be King Blues Singers & Hot Bands on Okeh
  4. Shake It Down - King Oliver, 7. Red River Blues - King Oliver, 8. Lazy Mama - King Oliver, Clarence Williams Orchestra; 9. Mountain City Blues - King Oliver, Clarence Williams Orchestra; Empty Bed Blues, Pt. 1 - King Oliver; Empty Bed Blues, Pt. 2 - King Oliver; West End Blues - King Oliver.
  5. King Oliver played in Kid Ory's band, one of the first all black New Orleans jazz bands. His unique cornet style held sway until the arrival of Louis Armstrong. Stingaree Blues; Shake It and Break It; Fats Waller. The Fats Waller Collection: (CD) $ CD Sale. Add to Cart. 20 % off. Basin Street Blues (CD) $ CD Sale Price: $
  6. Barnes & Noble® has the best selection of Jazz Trad Jazz CDs. Buy King Oliver's album titled I'll Still Be King to enjoy in your home or car, or gift it to another music lover!Price: $
  7. 78_shake-it-and-break-it_king-oliver-and-his-orch-friscoe-clark_gbiab Location USA Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Bai Konte Johnson User_metadataentered Carol Fusaro User_transferred Carol Fusaro.
  8. Jazz Hour's Shake It & Break It contains 22 old-fashioned jazz records that were cut for Brunswick, Victor and Vocalion during the last 15 months of King Oliver's recording career. Beginning with a pair of tunes from the session of November 6, which featured James P. Johnson at the piano, this collection samples most of Joe Oliver's late period recordings, right through to his very last.

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