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New Orleans Jazz – Information and Views – Jim Robinson

New Orleans Jazz – Information and Views – Jim Robinson

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Nathan “Jim” Robinson – born December twenty fifth 1892 at Deer Vary Louisiana: died Might 4th 1976 in New Orleans. Just a bit little bit of historical past to get this present on the street!

Jim studied guitar as a child however took up trombone within the military within the First World Struggle. He returned to New Orleans in 1919 and was adequate to hitch the Sam Morgan Band by which he was a fixture for a dozen years. He studied with Sunny Henry and labored with Lee Collins within the Gold Leaf Band.

He stayed energetic in the course of the Despair, primarily with Avery “Child” Howard and was an everyday with the George Lewis Band.. Jim recorded with the Sam Morgan Band within the 1920’s, legendary recordings which have been re-issued many instances. He was on the Child Rena Decca periods and is in fact on most of Invoice Russell’s Bunk Johnson recordings. One of many best Jazz Band recordings occurred presently, with Bunk lacking, Jim Robinson and George Lewis along with Child Dodds, Sluggish Drag and Lawrence Marrero created the good anthem of New Orleans collective jazz improvisation. It is yours to pay attention at the moment on American Music AMCD 4. The tune is named “San Jacinto Stomp” – it is my desert island disc – however extra of that later. Now hearken to “Ice Cream” with Jim giving it his all and once more there aren’t any solos, simply jazz. It’s on AMCD 2 and by the way in which, pay attention rigorously to Child Dodds on the drums.

Jim toured and recorded numerous instances with George Lewis and Child Howard, and made some great recordings below his personal identify on the Riverside label..This can be a small a part of Jim Robinson’s very busy music-filled life. I’m not trying a biography right here, my predominant goal is to get you to hearken to”Huge Jim” yourselves! Scathing critics within the mainstream and fashionable jazz fields have carped on the obvious simplicity of his type, “the agricultural trombone of Jim Robinson” stated one critic within the Jazz Journal.

Having spent my life learning, taking part in, dwelling and loving New Orleans Jazz, I can let you know that extra trombone gamers have tried and given up in frustration making an attempt to emulate the Jim Robinson type. I am not speaking about copying Jim be aware for be aware. Nobody would wish to copy George Lewis, Jim Robinson, Bunk Johnson or Child Howard. What we’re in search of is the type -the goal of the instrument in a jazz band taking part in within the New Orleans ensemble The above musicians truly created a mode – sure – an authentic creation for us to hearken to, take pleasure in and even emulate.

I can let you know that the fun of taking part in and listening to a band on this type is for me “The that means of life” The hunt for the orgasmic wall of rhythmic sound that’s not organized and spontaneous ensemble improvisation is nirvana.

I suppose my desert island disc can be American Music AMCD 2 “When You and I had been Younger Maggie”

However I ship you a warning – this music is addictive – beware! Wait a minute I’ve obtained one other must-have! In 1963 Tom Bethel recorded Child Howard at San Jacinto Corridor in New Orleans with Child Howard, Jim Robinson, George Lewis, George Guesnon, Sluggish Drag and Cie Frazier. It is on GHB 23 – I’ve obtained to have that one with me! Look out – right here comes one other one Jim Robinson stars right here on “Moonlight and Roses on GHB

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New Orleans Jazz – Information and Views – Jim Robinson

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