Appears in 131 items.
Title Contributor(s) Date Track
Johnny St. Cyr 4/49 1949-04-02
Alphonse Picou and Paul Dominguez 4/49 1949-04-03
Leonard Bechet 4/49 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14
Albert Glenny and Leonard Bechet 4/49 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14
New Orleans (1982) 1982
Flo Anckle & Majestic Brass Band: You Rascal You, part 1 (1982) Performer: Anckle Himas (Flo); Performer: Gray, Nathaniel; Performer: Trotter, Lawrence; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Crawfish and conversation at Fleming's Seafood (1982)
Zulu Big Shot fish-fry (1982) Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Flo Anckle & Majestic Brass Band: You Rascal You, part 2 (1982) Performer: Anckle Himas (Flo); Performer: Gray, Nathaniel; Performer: Trotter, Lawrence; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Jeff Riddick & band: Hot Nuts (Get 'Em From the Peanut Man) (1982) Performer: Riddick, Jeff; Performer: Crawford, Paul; Performer: Burke, Raymond; Performer: Benitez, Raphael
Bill Russell's violin improvisation and New Orleans jazz archive (1982) Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Girls dancing in New Orleans (1982)
White Eagles Mardi Gras Indians: Spyboy confrontation, camera A (1982)
Flo Anckle & Majestic Brass Band, 66th Annual Zulu Parade (1982) Performer: Anckle, Himas (Flo); Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Chester Zardis: Bass improvisation (1982) Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Ernie K-Doe: T'aint It the Truth (1982) Recordist: Lomax, Alan
White Eagles Mardi Gras Indians: Shallow Water O Mama, camera A (1982) Performer: Millon, Jake; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
White Eagles Mardi Gras Indians: My Big Chief's Got the Golden Crown #2 (1982) Performer: Millon, Jake; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
White Eagles Mardi Gras Indians: Little Liza Jane, camera A (1982) Performer: Millon, Jake; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
White Eagles Mardi Gras Indians: To-Way-Bac-A-Way #1, camera A (1982) Performer: Millon, Jake; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
White Eagles Mardi Gras Indians: My Big Chief's Got the Golden Crown #1 (1982) Performer: Millon, Jake; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Funeral parade with the Dirty Dozen Brass Band: It's Time To Make a Change (1982) Performer: Poland, Marshall (Sr); Performer: Irving, Gloria; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Funeral parade with the Dirty Dozen Brass Band: Feet Don't Fail Me Now (1982)
Funeral parade with the Dirty Dozen Brass Band: Voodoo (1982) Performer: Irving, Gloria; Performer: Poland, Marshall (Sr); Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Iona Raybon and Beatrice Austin on Treme, second lining, and funeral parades (1/2) (1982) Performer: Austin, Beatrice; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Iona Raybon and Beatrice Austin on Treme, second lining, and funeral parades (2/2) (1982) Performer: Raybon, Iona; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dirty Dozen Brass Band at the Glass House: Bongo Beep (1982) Performer: Joseph, Charles; Performer: Towns, Ephram; Performer: Jones, Benny; Performer: Joseph, Kirk
Kid Thomas Band at Preservation Hall: Darktown Strutters Ball (1982) Performer: Stewart, Alonzo; Performer: Thomas, Worthia; Performer: Zardis, Chester (Little Bear); Performer: Miller, James (Sing)
Kid Thomas Band at Preservation Hall: Bill Bailey (1982) Performer: Valentine, Kid Thomas; Performer: Stewart, Alonzo; Performer: Thomas, Worthia; Performer: Zardis, Chester (Little Bear)
Kid Thomas Band at Preservation Hall: I'm Alone Because I Love You (1982) Performer: Valentine, Kid Thomas; Performer: Stewart, Alonzo; Performer: Thomas, Worthia; Performer: Zardis, Chester (Little Bear)
Kid Thomas Band at Preservation Hall: Kid Thomas Boogie (1982) Performer: Stewart, Alonzo; Performer: Thomas, Worthia; Performer: Zardis, Chester (Little Bear); Performer: Miller, James (Sing)
Kid Thomas Band at Preservation Hall: Tiger Rag (1982) Performer: Stewart, Alonzo; Performer: Thomas, Worthia; Performer: Zardis, Chester (Little Bear); Performer: Miller, James (Sing)
Sing Miller & Kid Thomas' band: Sing's Blues (1982) Performer: Stewart, Alonzo; Performer: Thomas, Worthia; Performer: Zardis, Chester (Little Bear); Performer: Sayles, Emanuel
Kid Thomas Band at Preservation Hall: When the Saints Go Marching In (1982) Performer: Stewart, Alonzo; Performer: Thomas, Worthia; Performer: Zardis, Chester (Little Bear); Performer: Miller, James (Sing)
Spyboys at the 66th Annual Zulu Parade (1982)
Witch Doctor Bird's Mardi Gras costume workshop (1982)
White Eagles Mardi Gras Indians: To-Way-Bac-A-Way #2, camera A (1982) Performer: Millon, Jake; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dennis McGee: Honorary Dean of Cajun Music (1982) Performer: Courville, Sady; Performer: Doucet, Michael; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Cajun Louisiana (1982–1983) 1982 to 1983
White Eagles Mardi Gras Indians: Come On Downtown (1982) Performer: Millon, Jake; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Le Rêve du Diable: Lord MacDonald's Reel (1983) Performer: Lessard, Gervais; Performer: Methe, Claude; Performer: Vezina, Pierre; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dewey Balfa & Robert Jardell: La Valse D'Anniversaire (1983) Performer: Jardell, Robert; Performer: Balfa, Dewey; Performer: Lebauve; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dennis McGee: Reel de Marcantel (1983) Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dewey Balfa & Robert Jardell: Valse de 'Tit Maurice (1983) Performer: Balfa, Dewey; Performer: Balfa, Tony; Performer: Lebauve; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dewey Balfa & Robert Jardell: Josephine Waltz (1983) Performer: Balfa, Dewey; Performer: Balfa, Tony; Performer: Lebauve; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dewey Balfa & Robert Jardell: La Valse de Balfa (1983) Performer: Balfa, Dewey; Performer: Balfa, Tony; Performer: Lebauve; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dewey Balfa & Robert Jardell: La Valse Orphelin (1983) Performer: Balfa, Dewey; Performer: Balfa, Tony; Performer: Lebauve; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dewey Balfa & Robert Jardell: Hippi T'Ayo (1983) Performer: Balfa, Dewey; Performer: Balfa, Tony; Performer: Lebauve; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Octa Clark & Hector Duhon: Jolie Blon (1983) Performer: Duhon, Hector; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dennis McGee & Sady Courville: La Valse du Vacher (Cowboy Waltz) (1983) Performer: Courville, Sady; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dewey Balfa & Robert Jardell: Calcasieu Waltz (1983) Performer: Duhon, Hector; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dewey Balfa & Robert Jardell: Zydeco Sont Pas Sale (2 of 2) (1983) Performer: Balfa, Dewey; Performer: Balfa, Tony; Performer: Lebauve; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Octa Clark & Hector Duhon: Evangeline Waltz (1983) Performer: Duhon, Hector; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dewey Balfa & Robert Jardell: Waltz of the Broken Family (1983) Performer: Balfa, Dewey; Performer: Balfa, Tony; Performer: Lebauve; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dennis McGee: Vous M'avez Donne Votre Parole (You Gave Me Your Word) (1983) Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dewey Balfa & Robert Jardell: La Valse Cherokee (1983) Performer: Balfa, Dewey; Performer: Balfa, Tony; Performer: Lebauve; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dewey Balfa & Robert Jardell: Zydeco Sont Pas Sale (1 of 2) (1983) Performer: Balfa, Dewey; Performer: Balfa, Tony; Performer: Lebauve; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dewey Balfa & Robert Jardell: La Valse Criminelle (1983) Performer: Balfa, Dewey; Performer: Balfa, Tony; Performer: Lebauve; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dennis McGee: Two Step De Eunice (1983) Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Lawrence "Black" Ardoin: Joe Pitre a Deux Femmes (1983) Performer: Poulard, Edward; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dennis McGee: Madame Young / Mon Chere Bebe Creole (1983) Performer: Courville, Sady; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dewey Balfa & Robert Jardell: Pine Grove Blues (1983) Performer: Jardell, Robert; Performer: Balfa, Tony; Performer: Lebauve; Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Dennis McGee: Adieu Rosa (1983) Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Canray Fontenot: Bonsoir Moreau (1983) Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Canray Fontenot: Barres De La Prison (1983) Performer: Fontenot, Freeman; Performer: Ardoin, Alphonse (Bois Sec); Recordist: Lomax, Alan
Michael Doucet & BeauSoleil: Bonsoir Moreau (1985) Performer: Doucet, David; Performer: Landreth, Sonny; Performer: Ware, Billy; Performer: Verret, Errol
Michael Doucet & BeauSoleil: Bosco Stomp (1985) Performer: Doucet, David; Performer: Landreth, Sonny; Performer: Ware, Billy; Performer: Verret, Errol
Michael Doucet & BeauSoleil: Courtableau (1985) Performer: Doucet, David; Performer: Landreth, Sonny; Performer: Ware, Billy; Performer: Verret, Errol
Interview with Leonard Bechet about Sidney Bechet's talent and their Silver Bells band Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 1
Interview with Leonard Bechet about his Silver Bells band, the Bechet family, and Sidney's early musical ability Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 2
Interview with Leonard Bechet about George Baquet, Manuel Perez, and other influences on Sidney Bechet, and his own early playing around New Orleans Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 3
Interview with Leonard Bechet about his string band repetoire and the song C'était N'aut' Can-can, Payez Donc Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 4
Interview with Leonard Bechet about early pre-jazz players and youngsters playing music Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 5
Interview with Leonard Bechet about George Baquet and his influence on Sidney Bechet Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 6
Interview with Leonard Bechet about his brother Sidney Bechet, the Creole social scene, and the Creole opinion of uptown blacks Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 1
Interview with Leonard Bechet about his parents Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 2
Interview with Leonard Bechet about his profession as a dentist Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 3
Interview with Alphonse Picou about the first blues and the Coon Blues Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: Picou, Alphonse 1949-04-03 1
Coon Blues (false start) Performer: Dominguez, Jr., Paul; Performer: Picou, Alphonse 1949-04-03 2
Coon Blues Performer: Dominguez, Jr., Paul; Performer: Picou, Alphonse 1949-04-03 3
Introduction to High Society by Alphonse Picou Performer: Picou, Alphonse 1949-04-03 4
High Society (I) Performer: Dominguez, Jr., Paul; Performer: Picou, Alphonse 1949-04-03 5
High Society (II) Performer: Dominguez, Jr., Paul; Performer: Picou, Alphonse 1949-04-03 6
Interview with Alphonse Picou and Paul Dominguez, Jr., about playing hot and Buddy Bolden Performer: Dominguez, Jr., Paul; Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: Picou, Alphonse 1949-04-03 7
Introduction to La Misere Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: Picou, Ulysses 1949-04-03 8
La Misere (I) Performer: Dominguez, Jr., Paul; Performer: Picou, Alphonse; Performer: Picou, Ulysses 1949-04-03 9
La Misere (fragment) (I) Performer: Dominguez, Jr., Paul; Performer: Picou, Alphonse; Performer: Picou, Ulysses 1949-04-03 10
La Misere (fragment) (II) Performer: Dominguez, Jr., Paul; Performer: Picou, Alphonse; Performer: Picou, Ulysses 1949-04-03 11
La Misere (II) Performer: Dominguez, Jr., Paul; Performer: Picou, Alphonse; Performer: Picou, Ulysses 1949-04-03 12
Translation of La Misere Performer: Picou, Alphonse; Performer: Picou, Ulysses 1949-04-03 13
Interview with Leonard Bechet about Sidney Bechet's playing in Storyville and the Jim Crow restrictions of Uptown Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 1
Interview with Leonard Bechet about early blues and Storyville characters Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 2
Interview with Leonard Bechet about drive in jazz, the differences between Creole and black musicians, and jazz as a social unifier Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 3
Interview with Albert Glenny and Leonard Bechet about Glenny's learning bass and playing in a minstrel show band Performer: Glenny, Albert; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 4
Interview with Albert Glenny about playing at Pete Lala's in the District Performer: Glenny, Albert; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 5
Interview with Albert Glenny and Leonard Bechet about early brass and ragtime bands Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Glenny, Albert; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 1
Interview with Albert Glenny and Leonard Bechet about Buddy Bolden and Buddy Petit Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Glenny, Albert; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 2
Interview with Albert Glenny and Leonard Bechet about the first hot musicians in New Orleans and Glenny's influence on bass players Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Glenny, Albert; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 3
Interview with Albert Glenny and Leonard Bechet about early jazz musicians, orchestrations, honky tonks, and music teachers Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Glenny, Albert; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 4
Interview with Albert Glenny and Leonard Bechet about sporting life costumes, segregation, and opportunities for people of color in New Orleans Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Glenny, Albert; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 5
Interview with Albert Glenny and Leonard Bechet about the evolution and essence of jazz Performer: Bechet, Leonard; Performer: Glenny, Albert; Performer: Lomax, Alan 1949-04-04 to 1949-04-14 6
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about his upbringing, family, and learning guitar Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 1
Guitar Blues Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 2
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about the blues Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 3
Unidentified guitar rag (I) Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 4
My Old Rosary / Gypsy Sweetheart Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 5
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about his first music job and early days in the District Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 6
Eh, La Bas Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 7
C'était n'aut' can-can, payez donc (fragment) Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 8
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about the Creole roots of jazz Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 9
Jelly Roll Blues (I) Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 10
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about Jelly Roll Morton (fragment) Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 1
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about Jelly Roll Morton, Tony Jackson, Morton's compositions, and arranging old tunes Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 2
Jelly Roll Blues (fragment) Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 3
Jelly Roll Blues (II) Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 4
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about early jazz guitarists and blues players Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 5
Unidentified guitar rag (II) Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 6
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about an unidentified guitar rag and music in winerooms Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 7
I Want A Girl Just Like The Girl Who Married Dear Old Dad (fragment) Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 8
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about honky tonks, Aaron Harris, and other bad characters Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 9
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about the Streckfus Steamers Showboats Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 1
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about Fate Marable, Louis Armstrong, and gigs on board the Streckfus Steamers Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 2
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about playing on board the Streckfus Steamers and their repetoire Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 3
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about playing on board the Streckfus Steamers Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 4
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about St. Louis nightclubs and other riverboat players Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 5
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about colored bands aboard the Streckfus Steamers Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 6
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about Baby Dodds and George Forrester playing a prank on a saxophone player aboard the Streckfus Steamers Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 7
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about the take-over of jazz by whites Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 8
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about the future of jazz Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 9
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about intermarriage, racism, and human nature Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 10
Interview with Johnny St. Cyr about trying to register to vote, the potential political power of African Americans, and political changes in New Orleans Performer: Lomax, Alan; Performer: St. Cyr, John A. (Johnny) 1949-04-02 11