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Red Nichols

(May 8th 1905 - June 28th 1965)

Ernest Loring "Red" Nichols was born in Ogden, Utah in 1905 and influenced by recordings of the Original Dixieland Jass Band" and Bix Beiderbecke as a young cornetist. After beginning his career as a professional musician in the mid-West with a group known as the "The Syncopating Seven", Red joined pianist "Johnny Johnson's Orchestra" with whom he traveled to New York City in 1923. There, teaming up with trombonist Miff Mole he became a popular staple of the local jazz scene appearing on over 4,000 recordings during the 1920's alone.


Alice Blue Gown (2:48)

Bass Ale Blues (3:02)

Charleston (3:14)

Chinese Blues (2:50)

Delirium (3:08)

Dinah (3:00)

Don't Take That Black Bottom Away (3:16)

Entrance of the Gladiators (3:11)

Feeling No Pain (3:06)

Got No Time (3:04)

Honolulu Blues (2:47)

How Come You Do Me Like You Do? (3:42)

I'm Gonna Charleston Back To Charleston (3:22)

Ida! Sweet As Apple Cider (2:51)

Look Who's Here (3:06)

Meadow Lark (3:10)

My Gal Sal (3:16)

Nashville Nightingale (4:11)

Nobody's Rose (2:55)

Oh! Baby Don't We Get Along? (2:53)

One Sweet Letter From You (2:44)

Play It, Red (3:26)

Plenty Off Center (2:54)

Red Nichols & His Five Pennies (7:07)

Rosy Cheeks (2:58)

Slippin' Around (2:47)

Someday Sweetheart (3:08)

That's No Bargain (2:44)

The Meanest Kind Of Blues (2:24)

The New Twister (2:58)

There's Egypt in Your Dreamy Eyes (2:54)

Toodles (3:58)

Yes Sir, That's My Baby (3:07)

You Took Advantage Of Me (3:21)

You're in Wrong With the Right Baby (3:03)

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