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New Orleans Rhythm Kings

A group comprised of white New Orleans and Chicago musicians that became one of the most influential jazz bands of the early 1920s. They began performing in the Windy City in 1921 as the "Friar's Society Orchestra" booked at the Friar's Inn. The 'Rhythm Kings' cut their first sides for the Gennett label in 1922.


Bugle Call Blues (2:31)

Golden Leaf Strut (2:52)

Hangin' Around (3:12)

I Never Knew What A Girl Could Do (3:08)

Milenberg Joys (2:52)

Panama (2:40)

She's Crying For Me (2:47)

Sobbin' Blues (2:47)

That Da Da Strain (2:22)

Tin Roof Blues (3:14)

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