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Junie Cobb

(1896? - 1970?)

Junius C. Cobb, born in Hot Springs, Arkansas around 1896, played with Johnny Dunn while still a teenager and later moved to Chicago. A multi-instrumentalist and jazz bandleader his main instruments were the tenor saxophone & clarinet but he was also proficient on piano, violin, banjo, and drums. After stints with the bands of King Oliver and Jimmie Noone, Junie assembled a group of his own in 1928 featuring his trumpeter brother Jimmy Cobb.


Barrell House Stomp (2:43)

Don't Cry, Honey (3:17)

East Coast Trot (2:51)

Endurance Stomp (2:35)

Once Or Twice (3:15)

Shake That Jelly Roll (2:59)

Transatlantic Stomp (3:01)

Walk Easy 'Cause My Papa's Here (2:58)

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