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Red Nichols & Miff Mole 1925-1927 Import

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With their dramatic interval leaps, explorations of the whole-tone scale and complex arrangements, Red & Miff were one of the most advanced tandems of the original Dixieland era. Here are their classics Down and Out Blues; I Ain't Got Nobody; Camel Walk; Hurricane; Boneyard Shuffle; Pensacola , and more!
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 3, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Challenge
  • ASIN: B00000DMQ2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Where Robert Parker's Jazz Classics in Digital Stereo CD (q.v.) concentrated on the more accessible Nichols/Mole recordings, this compilation sets off into the hinterland, with the late Richard M. Sudhalter as our reliable guide. Four distinct but inter-related studio groups are represented here; The Hottentots, with the first four of their five recordings, are followed by four Original Memphis Five recordings on which Nichols stood in for Phil Napoleon, who with Miff Mole had been something of a constant within that prolific recording group. The shorter-lived Arkansas Travellers had something of a shifting personnel but both Nichols and Mole were present for the three last sessions in 1927. Sandwiched between the first and second is the complete output of The Six Hottentots, with vocals by Irving Kaufmann.

These recordings span a period of just under two years, yet they show the development of a highly individualistic style by a small nucleus of musicians. To quote Richard Sudhalter's excellent liner note " Part of what makes the Nichols-Mole partnership so enticing is its almost offhand way of making complex music sound simple."
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Just as enjoyable as other Nichols sides, but a bit earlier than the general run
on the Brunswick label. Starts out with some sides issued on Brunswick's Vocalion label
under pseudonyms. Early electrical recordings, as are the group that follows this for
release mostly on the Banner label. Also included are some sides for Columbia's Harmony
lebel which continued to use the acoustic process until November 1929. These were at least
blessed with better surfaces, which at least make the limited range more tolerable. Another
point is that Nichols sides which may duplicate the same tune, differ enough to make them
all worth hearing. Big plus is the involvement of the late John R.T. Davies in the source
material and the remastering.
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Great playing that fans of hot jazz will want.
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