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album Arthur Lange & His Orchestra ,/ Original Memphis Five - Maybe / Hootin' De Hoot mp3 download

album Arthur Lange & His Orchestra ,/ Original Memphis Five - Maybe / Hootin' De Hoot mp3 download

Genre: Jazz / Pop
Performer: Arthur Lange & His Orchestra
Album: Maybe / Hootin' De Hoot
Released: 1924
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The Original Memphis Five was an early jazz quintet founded in 1917 by trumpeter Phil Napoleon and pianist Frank Signorelli. Jimmy Lytell was a member from 1922 to 1925. The group made many recordings between 1921 and 1931, sometimes under different names, including Ladd's Black Aces and The Cotton Pickers. Richard Cook and Brian Morton, writing for The Penguin Guide to Jazz, refer to the group as "one of the key small groups of the '20s.

Original Memphis Five Length : 02:47. Composer: Trent, Irving, Robinson. This track is on the following album: The Original Memphis Five Collection Vol. 1 - 1922-1923. Original Memphis Five.

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His group was known as the Augmented Orchestra when it arrived for what would be the historic first ever broadcast for the Grand Ole Opry, but disc jockey, promoter, and host George Hay insisted the group change its name to the Possum Hunters in one of his typical attempts to establish hick personalities for his performers. In 1968 the Rolling Stones covered Prodigal Son on their Beggars Banquet album, and the Rev Wilkins earned a prodigious amount of money. 81. Bennie Moten’s Kansas City Orchestra – Somebody Stole My Gal Bennie Moten’s Kansas City Orchestra: 1930-1932. Moten was a jazz pianist from Kansas City.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Arthur Lange & His Orchestra* Maybe (She'll Write Me, She'll Phone Me)
Written By – Turk-Snyder-Ahlert
B Original Memphis Five* Hootin' De Hoot
Written By – Trent-Irving-Robinson

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  • Record Company – Cameo Record Corporation

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