Arranged By – New Orleans Syncopators; Banjo – Rainer Knobloch-Sadlowski*; Clarinet, Vocals – Peter Prause; Cornet, Vocals, Kazoo. Explore releases from New Orleans Syncopators at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from New Orleans Syncopators at the Discogs Marketplace. The New Orleans Syncopators First Lp German Press Signed NM/M vinyl and probably played once! Signed by the band. Sleeve also near mint. origins and evident in the description of early New Orleans jazz as primarily a dance music. , opening as Tony Parenti and his Liberty Syncopators. Melancholy Blues by The New Orleans Syncopators was written by Marty Bloom and Walter Melrose and was first recorded and released by Johnny Dodds' Black. The New Orleans Syncopators released it on the album Hey Look Me Over! in December , First recording on Octo. First release. King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band best captured the feel of New Orleans jazz music From , Oliver led the Dixie Syncopators at the Plantation Cafe. The early development of jazz in New Orleans is most associated with forming a big band, the Dixie Syncopators by the end of the year. King Oliver's Dixie Syncopators · King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band · King Oliver & His Orchestra · New Orleans Rhythm Kings · King Oliver · Fletcher Henderson. Currently there are no lyrics for this song. Be the first to submit the lyrics! Check the tips now. From. Hey Look Me Over. The New Orleans Syncopators.
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