King Oliver's Dixie Devils / Zack Whyte & His Chocolate Beau Brummels - In Harlem's Araby / West End Blues album flac
Title: In Harlem's Araby / West End Blues
MP3 album: 1229 mb
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Vocals – Kenny Sargent. D4. –Zack Whyte & His Chocolate Beau Brummels. D5.
VERY SCARCE Zack Whyte and The Chocolate Beau Brummels Original Photo, Posing Around Tour Bus. This is a very early 8 by 10 photo of the Band, from the collection of Bandleader Zack Whyte's Great Niece. Extremely hard to find Early Jazz Memorabilia. Whyte led the Chocolate Beau Brummels in the ‘20s and ‘30s, a successful territory band based in Cincinnati that included at various times such respected musicians as trumpeters Sy Oliver and Roy Eldridge, trombonist Vic Dickenson, and tenor saxophonist Al Sears. Whyte's career began in earnest while attending Wilberforce University in Ohio, where he arranged and played banjo for the band of fellow student Horace Henderson. He began leading his own groups in the early ‘20s; he formed the Chocolate Beau Brummels later in the decade.
A. –King Oliver's Dixie Devils. B. A side is not actually King Oliver (the trumpeter is Mike Mosiello). Related music: Louis Armstrong & His Orch.
West End Blues" is a multi-strain twelve-bar blues composition by Joe "King" Oliver. It is most commonly performed as an instrumental, although it has lyrics added by Clarence Williams. King Oliver and his Dixie Syncopators made the first recording for Brunswick Records on June 11, 1928. Clarence Williams later added lyrics to the instrumental tune.
Zack Whyte (or Zach Whyte) (1898-1967; born and died in Kentucky) was an American jazz bandleader, best known for leading the territory band the Chocolate Beau Brummels. Whyte studied at Wilberforce University, where he played banjo with Horace Henderson and arranged pieces for him. He led his own Cincinnati-based bands from the early 1920s, and put together the Chocolate Beau Brummels late in the decade. This ensemble recorded for Gennett, Supertone, and Champion in 1929, amounting to about ten tunes.
|A||–King Oliver's Dixie Devils||In Harlem's Araby|
|B||–Zack Whyte & His Chocolate Beau Brummels||West End Blues|