We come back after a long time the program "New song, New bit on JSM Radio!". We start again with new music every Sunday from 1 pm till 4 pm (Paris Time). You can listen three new complete albums in play-list. Indeed on, these pieces are then programmed in the usual program of the radio following their style or origin.
...This Sunday, a special early jazz (Bebop, Scat Singing, Ragtime), we added:
The Ultimate Jazz Archive Set 01 - New Orleans Rhythm Kings
The New Orleans Rhythm Kings (nicknamed NORK) were one of the most influential jazz bands of the early-to-mid 1920s. The band was a combination of New Orleans and Chicago musicians who helped shape Chicago Jazz and influenced many younger jazz musicians
The Ultimate Jazz Archive Set 01 - Scott Joplin
He was born into a musical African-American family of laborers in eastern Texas, and developed his musical knowledge with the help of local teachers. During the late 1880s he traveled around the American South as an itinerant musician, and went to Chicago for the World's Fair of 1893 which played a major part in making ragtime a national craze by 1897.
The Ultimate Jazz Archive Set 01 - The Original Dixieland Jazz Band
The Original Dixieland Jass Band (ODJB) was a New Orleans, Dixieland Jazz band that made the first jazz recordings early in 1917. Their "Livery Stable Blues" became the first jazz single issued. The group composed and made the first recordings of many jazz standards, the most famous being Tiger Rag. In late 1917 the spelling of the band's name was changed to Original Dixieland Jazz Band.