12 episodes

Exploring jazz history, one record at a time.

A History of Jazz Podcast Arik Devens

    • Education
    • 4.7 • 94 Ratings

Exploring jazz history, one record at a time.

    Hiatus

    Hiatus

    Show Notes

    You can listen to songs from every episode on Spotify. You can follow along with the show on Twitter @jazzhistorypod.


    My name is Arik Devens, and you can follow me on Twitter @danieltiger, or listen to my general interest podcast, Fun Fact.

    • 2 min
    1919: Will Marion Cook and Everybody Else

    1919: Will Marion Cook and Everybody Else

    Show Notes

    You can listen to songs from every episode on Spotify.


    You can subscribe to the show on iTunes, Overcast, or wherever great podcasts are found.


    You can follow along with the show on Twitter @jazzhistorypod. The website can be found at A History of Jazz. My name is Arik Devens and you can follow me on Twitter @danieltiger


    Bibliography:


    1919 - Wikipedia


    Louisiana Five - Wikipedia


    Lost Chords: White Musicians and their Contribution to Jazz, 1915-1945 - Richard M. Sudhalter


    The Rough Guide to Jazz 3 - Ian Carr, Brian Priestley, and Digby Fairweather


    The Story of the Original Dixieland Jazz Band - H.O. Brunn


    A History of Jazz in Britain 1919-50 - Jim Godbolt


    Harry Pilcer - Wikipedia


    Harry Yerkes - Wikipedia


    Scrap Iron Jazz Band


    Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry - Tim Brooks

    • 22 min
    1919: Original Dixieland Jazz Band

    1919: Original Dixieland Jazz Band

    Show Notes

    You can listen to songs from every episode on Spotify.


    You can subscribe to the show on iTunes, Overcast, or wherever great podcasts are found.


    You can follow along with the show on Twitter @jazzhistorypod. The website can be found at A History of Jazz. My name is Arik Devens and you can follow me on Twitter @danieltiger


    Links:


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    Bibliography:


    The Story of the Original Dixieland Jazz Band - H.O. Brunn

    • 24 min
    1919: Ford Dabney

    1919: Ford Dabney

    Show Notes

    You can listen to songs from every episode on Spotify.


    You can subscribe to the show on iTunes, Overcast, or wherever great podcasts are found.


    You can follow along with the show on Twitter @jazzhistorypod. The website can be found at A History of Jazz. My name is Arik Devens and you can follow me on Twitter @danieltiger


    Bibliography:


    Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry - Tim Brooks

    • 28 min
    1919: James Reese Europe

    1919: James Reese Europe

    Show Notes

    You can listen to songs from every episode on Spotify.


    You can subscribe to the show on iTunes, Overcast, or wherever great podcasts are found.


    You can follow along with the show on Twitter @jazzhistorypod. The website can be found at A History of Jazz. My name is Arik Devens and you can follow me on Twitter @danieltiger


    Bibliography:


    Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry - Tim Brooks

    • 31 min
    1918: Everybody Else

    1918: Everybody Else

    Show Notes

    You can listen to songs from every episode on Spotify.


    You can subscribe to the show on iTunes, Overcast, or wherever great podcasts are found.


    You can follow along with the show on Twitter @jazzhistorypod. The website can be found at A History of Jazz. My name is Arik Devens and you can follow me on Twitter @danieltiger


    Bibliography:


    A History of Jazz in Britain 1919-50 - Jim Godbolt


    Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry - Tim Brooks


    Mike Bernard


    Mike Bernard


    Earl Fuller


    Savoy Quartet

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
94 Ratings

94 Ratings

Wigflipper ,

Good Start

I quite enjoyed all the episodes presented. If it returns, I will surely listen.

CaptainBeauregarude ,

For those who want more than that Ken’s burns doc

A truly fantastic podcast. Well researched, really exploring the minutiae of the subject, going into detail but not in a technically overwhelming way. I particularly love that so many recordings of the actual music are included. Sincerely hoping it’s revived someday so we can continue the journey!

Supreme Ruler of the Universe ,

Nice beginnings so where are we?

I love hearing the stories but I would love to hear more. When will you continue?

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