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Kid Ory

Primary Instrument: Trombone

Born: December 25, 1886 | Died: January 23, 1973    

Kid Ory

Edward Ory was born in LaPlace, Louisiana, on Christmas Day 1886. As a child, he began to make music on homemade instruments. He soon was playing banjo, then switched to trombone. Ory went on to introduce and develop the “tailgate” style, in which the trombone plays a rhythmic line underneath the trumpets and cornets.

By 1912 he was leading one of the best-known bands in New Orleans. Among its members at various times were several musicians who later were highly influential in jazz development, including Sidney Bechet, Johnny Dodds, Jimmy Noone, King Oliver, and Louis Armstrong. In 1919 Ory moved to California, forming a new band in Los Angeles, Kid Ory’s Creole Orchestra. They played steady engagements, up and down the coast. This band was the first black band from New Orleans to record. Under the name Spikes’s Seven Pods of Pepper, they recorded “Ory’s Creole Trombone”, and “Society Blues”, for the Sunshine label. The name came from the Spikes brothers who owned the label, and sold the records out of their music store in Los Angeles. Kid Ory also recorded two blues records for them one with Ruby Lee, and the other with Roberta Dudley, this time using the name Ory’s Sunshine Orchestra....
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Source: James Nadal

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    Ory's Creole Trombone

    Jazzwerkstatt
    2005
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    Snag It

    Jazzwerkstatt
    1990
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    New Orleans

    Jazzwerkstatt
    1976
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    New Orleans Jazz

    Jazzwerkstatt
    1975
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    Jimmie And The Kid

    Jazzwerkstatt
    1974
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    History Of Jazz - New Orleans Jazzmen

    Jazzwerkstatt
    1973
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    Kid Ory & Jimmie Noone

    Jazzwerkstatt
    1971
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