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The New Orleans Band &
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"Founders of Chicago Jazz"


This segment, originally aired on November 26th 1961, is from the NBC-TV special "Chicago and All That Jazz" hosted by Garry Moore.

First the "New Orleans Band" perform "Original Jelly Roll Blues", "Dr. Jazz", "Cornet Chop Suey", and "Heebie Jeebies" featuring Red Allen trumpet, Kid Ory trombone, Buster Bailey clarinet, Lil Hardin-Armstrong piano & vocals, Johnny St Cyr six-string banjo, Milt Hinton bass, Zutty Singleton drums, and Mae Barnes drums & vocals.

Then they are joined by the "Chicagoans" comprised of Jimmy McPartland trumpet, Jack Teagarden trombone, Pee Wee Russell clarinet, Bud Freeman tenor sax, Joe Sullivan piano, Eddie Condon guitar, Bob Hagart bass, Gene Krupa drums, and Blossom Seely vocals, for a Jazz Jam free for all on the "Tiger Rag".

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