Wilbur Sweatman - Got 'Em Blues / Battleship Kate flac album
Title: Got 'Em Blues / Battleship Kate
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A wilbur sweatman trio side on the rare victor race series no. 23254 from 1930. Got 'em blues is flip side of battleship kate which was recorded by him several times in different eras. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.
That's Got 'Em. Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band. Wilbur Coleman Sweatman was born to Matilda and Coleman Sweatman. Wilbur's father ran a barbershop in the riverside town to provide for his family, which also included daughters Eva and Lula. Wilbur Coleman Sweatman (February 7, 1882, Brunswick, Missouri – March 9, 1961, New York City) was an African-American ragtime and dixieland jazz composer, bandleader, and clarinetist.
Read about Battleship Kate from Wilbur Sweatman's Recorded in New York 1916-35 and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Recorded in New York 1916-35. Sweatman was one of the first African-American musicians to develop a nationwide fan base. He was also a trailblazer in the racial integration of musical groups.
Biography by Frank Powers. Wilbur Sweatman appears to be the first black musician to record under the name of jazz. He recorded with his "Jass Band" for Pathé in March 1917.
Wilbur C. Sweatman (1882-1961) is one of the most important, yet unheralded, African American musicians involved in the transition of ragtime into jazz in the early twentieth century. In That's Got 'Em!, Mark Berresford tracks this energetic pioneer over a seven-decade career. His talent transformed every genre of black music before the advent of rock and roll-"pickaninny" bands, minstrelsy, circus sideshows, vaudeville (both black and white), night clubs, and cabarets
Wilbur Coleman Sweatman (February 7, 1882 – March 9, 1961) was an African-American ragtime and dixieland jazz composer, bandleader and clarinetist. Sweatman was one of the first African-American musicians to have fans nationwide. Wilbur Sweatman's professional music career began in the late 1890s when, still a teenager, he toured with circus bands, first with Professor Clark Smith's Pickaninny Band from Kansas City, then with the . By 1901 he had become the youngest orchestra leader in America by fronting the Forepaugh and Sells Circus band. Sweatman briefly played. The Sweatman band's first release, "Regretful Blues"/"Everybody's Crazy" would ship 140,000 copies, at a time when a third as many sales was considered a hit. Sweatman singles shipped over a million copies in 1919 alone. Sweatman was one of the first African-Americans to record Jazz. His first Jazz recordings were made less than two months after The Original Dixieland Jazz Band's "Livery Stable Blues" which is generally considered to be the first Jazz recording. The recordings on this list, other than the Darktown Strutters Ball and Goodbye Alexander are variously labelled as by Wilbur C. Sweatman's Jazz Orchestra/Original Jass Band, Original Jazz Band/Jazz Band, sometimes omitting the middle initial.
eISBN: 978-1-60473-371-6. Subjects: Music, History.
Sweatman: listen and download Green, Wilbur Sweatman’s Original Jazz Band, Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band - A Good Man Is Hard To Find (Intro: Sweet Child), Creamer, Layton, Wilbur Sweatman’s Original Jazz Band, Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band - Everybody’s Crazy ’Bout The Doggone Blues, De Sylva, Jolson, Kahn, Wilbur Sweatman’s Original Jazz Band, Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band - I’ll Say She Does (Intro: N’ Everything), Wilbur Sweatman - Kansas City Blue & more. Wilbur Sweatman and His Jass Band - Joe Turner Blues 02:58. Wilbur C. Sweatman's Original Jazz Band - Ev'rybody's Crazy 'Bout the Doggone Blues, But I'm Happy 03:00. All songs from Ragtime To Jazz 1 1912-1919. Stu Sweatman - Nibble, 2005. Execution of a soul 04:56. Mary's still got her monkey 05:24. Jamaican me crazy 04:39.
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- Record Company – RCA Victor Company, Inc.
- Pressed By – Victor Pressing Plant, Oakland
- Clarinet – Wilbur Sweatman
- Written-By – W. Sweatman*
NotesSide A (Mx. BVE-62210-2) and Side B (Mx. BVE-62212-1) were recorded April 29, 1930, New York, NY - 24th Street Lab.
Victor reported total sales of 604 copies.