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Album: The King Of Jazz
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The title of "The King Of Jazz" which Whiteman was billed as seems somewhat politically incorrect these days, but in the 1920s he dominated the scene and hired the best White hot musicians like Bix Beiderbecke, Frankie Trumbauer, Eddie Lang, Joe Venuti, Jack Teagarden and many more to play in his band. Paul Whiteman was clearly not a racist. He commissioned Duke Ellington to write for his modern music series, recorded with Paul Robeson and Billie Holiday, and hired Don Redman as an arranger in the 1930s and was generally held in high regards as a person by musicians both Black and White. The worst that can be leveled at Whiteman was that he was a businessman. Album of Manhattan: Manhattan Masquerade Manhattan Moonlight Manhattan Serenade Metropolitan Nocturne Side Street in Gotham (Alter).
Read about Jeepers Creepers from Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra's Oldies Parade (Digitally Re-Mastered Live/Radio Recordings) and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. He was born in Denver, Colorado. After a start as a classical violinist and violist, Whiteman then led a jazz-influenced dance band, which became locally popular in San Francisco, California in 1918. In 1920 he moved his band to New York City where they started making recordings for Victor Records which propelled Whiteman and his band to national prominence. Whiteman became the most popular band leader of the decade. In the late 1920s he recorded for Columbia Records.
Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra 'Rhapsody In Blue' Original 1924 Acoustic 78 rpm. 09:09. Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra CHARLESTON. Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra Just A Memory (1927). Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra Happy Feet (King of Jazz OST, 1930). Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra Whispering. Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra It Won't Be Long Now (Take 4) (1927). Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise (1922). Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra Somebody Loves Me (1924). Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra A Picture Of Me Without You (Ramona Davies & Ken Darby). Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra Forget Me Not (1928).
The most popular band of the 1920's. Extremely successful with a commercial sound compared to the peers, an early purveyor of symphonic jazz.
The "King of Jazz" in the early twenties was Paul Whiteman, a classically trained musician from Denver. Prior to his time as a ballroom bandleader at the Palais Royal in New York, Whiteman played violin in both the Denver Symphony Orchestra, as well as the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. His classical training substantially influenced the way in which he approached "Modern Music"; most famously, Whiteman's performance at Aeolian Hall in 1924 showcased the transformation he helped pioneer. Concluding this noteworthy show with George Gershwin's famous composition.
Paul Whiteman and his orchestra in 1921. Benny Goodman and Peggy Lee. Swing music began appearing in the early 1930s and was distinguished by a more supple feel than the more literal 4 4 of early jazz
King of Jazz is a 1930 American Pre-Code color film starring Paul Whiteman and his orchestra. The film title was taken from Whiteman's self-conferred appellation. At the time the film was made, "jazz", to the general public, meant the jazz-influenced syncopated dance music which was being heard everywhere on phonograph records and through radio broadcasts. In the 1920s Whiteman signed and featured white jazz musicians including Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang (both are seen and heard in the film), Bix Beiderbecke (who had left before filming began), Frank Trumbauer and others. Universal opposed the idea, but Whiteman prevailed over the reluctant studio executives.
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