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  Freddie Keppard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Freddie Keppard (sometimes rendered as Freddy Keppard) (February 27, 1890 - July 15, 1933) was an early jazz cornetist.
Keppard was born in the Creole of Color community of downtown New Orleans, Louisiana.
Johnson and Keppard's band became the Original Creole Orchestra which toured the Vaudeville circuit, giving other parts of the USA a first taste of the music that was not yet known as "jazz".
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 Freddie Keppard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Johnson and Keppard's band became the which toured the Vaudeville circuit, giving other parts of the USA a first taste of the music that was not yet known as "jazz".
Keppard worked in Chicago both as a soloist and with the bands of Jimmie Noone, Johnny Dodds,, (for several years),, and Lil Hardin Armstrong.
The only recordings he is certainly on are three sides under his own name ("Freddie Keppard's Jazz Cardinals") and a dozen with 's Orchestra, most of which are heavily arranged and with Keppard on second trumpet.
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 Freddie Keppard -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Freddie Keppard (sometimes rendered as Freddy Keppard) (February 27, 1890 - July 15, 1933) was an early (A genre of popular music that originated in New Orleans around 1900 and developed through increasingly complex styles) jazz (A musician who plays the trumpet or cornet) cornetist.
Keppard was born in the (A mother tongue that originates from contact between two languages) Creole of Color community of downtown (Click link for more info and facts about New Orleans, Louisiana) New Orleans, Louisiana.
Keppard's style is much more (Click link for more info and facts about raggy) raggy compared to Oliver's (A type of folksong that originated among Black Americans at the beginning of the 20th century; has a melancholy sound from repeated use of blue notes) blues tinged style.
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 FREDDIE KEPPARD FACTS AND INFORMATION
Freddie Keppard (sometimes rendered as Freddy Keppard) (February_27, 1890 - July_15, 1933) was an early jazz cornetist.
Keppard was born in the Creole of Color community of downtown New_Orleans,_Louisiana.
Johnson and Keppard's band became the Original_Creole_Orchestra which toured the Vaudeville circuit, giving other parts of the USA a first taste of the music that was not yet known as "jazz".
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 Freddie Keppard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Johnson and Keppard's band became the Original Orchestra which toured the Vaudeville circuit giving other parts of the USA a first taste of the music was not yet known as "jazz".
Freddie Keppard.A colossus born in New Orleans,probably between 1883 and 1890.A contemporary of Joe King Oliver (1885-1938).Freddie the giant,the most powerful trumpet players of all times,died in 1933;he drank as nobody could (he was called "whalemo...
Freddie Keppard was an excessive man.He played too loud,and drank too much.More than Fats Waller.He spent nights and nights blowing his horn,and defeated King Oliver during many trumpet contests.He was a giant,both physicaly and musically.He inspired many...
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 Freddie Keppard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Freddie Keppard was an important musician who succeeded Buddy Bolden as "king" of the cornet players in New Orleans.
By the time Jazz became widely recorded Freddie's better days were behind him, but his wild and ragged style is well represented by the song Stock Yard Strut that he recorded with his Jazz Cardinals in 1926.
Keppard was an alcoholic, and became an unreliable band member.
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 CMT.com : Freddie Keppard : Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Keppard was one of the few innovators of the 1910 era who had a chance to record later on, giving listeners a glimpse of his abilities.
Keppard did record between 1923-1927 (his best sides were with his own Jazz Cardinals, particularly "Stock Yard Strut") and those performances feature him using a staccato phrasing influenced by brass bands and displaying a spirited tone.
Unfortunately, Keppard was an alcoholic by the mid-'20s and was soon in a decline just when he should have been entering his prime.
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 The Complete Set: 1923-1926   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
First, Freddie Keppard was acknowledged by most New Orleans musicians as being on a par with King Oliver in the period between c.
Keppard's contributions were limited, and the recordings have never enjoyed a good critical reputation.
Keppard could have been the first artist to record jazz in the 1910s, but he said no when offered, and the Original Dixieland Jazz Band recorded first.
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 Freddie Keppard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Johnson and Keppard's band became the Original Creole Orchestra which toured the Vaudeville circuit, giving other parts of the USA a first taste of the musicthat was not yet known as "jazz".
The only recordings he is certainly on are three sides under hisown name ("Freddie Keppard's Jazz Cardinals") and a dozen with Doc Cooke 's Orchestra, most of which are heavily arranged and with Keppard on second trumpet.
Nonetheless, careful listening to the sides which he is undoubtedly on reveal Keppard to be a technically veryproficient player and an adventurous improviser, albeit in a rather archaic style compared to later jazz.
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 Jazz. Freddie Keppard.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Freddie Keppard was the serious musician, Inherited at Baddy Bolden a rank of "king" New Orlean.
Freddie abused with alcohol and became the unreliable member band.
In 1933 Freddie Keppard has died of a tuberculosis.
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 KEPPARD Freddie : MusicWeb Encyclopaedia of Popular Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Keppard was allegedly offered a chance to record by Victor late '16, turned it down fearing that other bands would steal his stuff; in '17 the Original Dixieland Jazz Band stole it anyway.
Keppard's band toured the Orpheum vaudeville circuit to Chicago and NYC; he worked with King Oliver briefly '20, settled in Chicago.
Doc Cheatham said that Keppard sounded like "a military trumpeter playing jazz'; he was probably playing an earlier New Orleans jazz than that which King Oliver recorded '23.
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 Freddie Keppard b   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Before choosing to play the cornet, Keppard experimented with various other instruments, none of which was especially suitable for performing jazz.
Keppard's few recordings barely support his status as a leading hornman of early jazz and a direct link to the legendary playing of Buddy Bolden.
Along with Edward ‘Kid’ Ory, Keppard was important in helping to spread jazz into areas of the west coast not previously familiar with the music.
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 Freddie Keppard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The only recordings he is certainly on are three sides under his own name ("Freddie Keppard's Jazz Cardinals") and a dozen with Doc Cooke 's Orchestra, most of which are heavily arranged and with Keppard on second trumpet.
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 EZGeography - Freddie Keppard
Keppard was born in the fl Creole community of downtown New Orleans, Louisiana.
Then, Keppard accepted an offer to join Bill Johnson's band in Los Angeles, California.
About 1917 Keppard settled in Chicago, which would remain his home (except for briefly going to the East Coast to work with Tim Brymn 's band about 1920).
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 Freddie Keppard: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about Freddie Keppard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Freddie Keppard: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about Freddie Keppard
The only recordings he is certainly on are 3 sides under his own name ("Freddie Keppard's Jazz Cardinals") and a dozen with Doc Cooke[?]'s Orchestra, most of which are heavily arranged and with Keppard on second trumpet.
While Oliver had more admirers, to some extent preference was a matter of taste; both Jelly Roll Morton and Lil Hardin Armstrong thought Keppard superior to Oliver.
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 FREDDIE KEPPARD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Freddie Keppard, who was born in New Orleans in 1890, was one of the first great jazz innovators and cornet players, succeeding Buddy Bolden as "king" of the cornet players in
By the age of 16 he was playing professionally on the streets of New Orleans in marching bands and at funerals, and in the local clubs.
Keppard did most of his recording in a three year period between 1924 and 1927 usually with his own band, ‘The Jazz Cardinals’.
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 The Complete Set: 1923-1926 - Freddie Keppard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
I largely agree with the previous reviewer, but a few additional points should be made.lt;pgt;First, Freddie Keppard was acknowledged by most New Orleans musicians as being on a par with King Oliver in the period between c.
Keppards contributions were limited, and the recordings have never enjoyed a good critical reputation.lt;pgt;Second, this CD, in excellent sound thanks to re-mastering by the unrivalled John R.T. Davies, enables us to hear more clearly than before that Keppard, although in decline by the time he recorded, was still on a good day an exciting musician.
The big band sides are perhaps less interesting, but track 13, "Hear Comes the Hot Tamale Man", features Keppard in electrifying form.lt;pgt;Keppards recorded legacy in no way compares with that of Oliver, Morton, Dodds or the other New Orleans masters of Chicago in the 1920s.
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 Amazon.ca: Music: The Complete Set: 1923-1926 [Import] [Best of]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The cornerstone reissue predating the rise of digital transfers was a 1979 Smithsonian/CBS LP entitled The Legendary Freddie Keppard -- New Orleans Cornet.
These are some of the primary milestones in the study of Freddie Keppard's recorded legacy, and let it be said that the earlier CD editions were marred by serious technical problems.
Although grouping together both Keppard's and Louis Armstrong's recordings made with Erskine Tate, the Jazz Archives issue omits three crucial sides by the Jazz Cardinals, which happen to be the only recordings ever actually released under Keppard's name.
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 Original Creole Orchestra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The Original Creole Orchestra (aka The Creole Band, Freddie Keppard's Original Creole Orchestra) was the first New Orleans Jazz band to tour outside of the South.
In 1911 bass player Bill Johnson was living in Los Angeles and contacted his friend Freddie Keppard back in his home town of New Orleans.
Keppard was leading the Olympia Band at the time and Johnson asked him to bring them out to California with the promise of work.
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Jimmie and Freddie became regular drinking buddies and Keppard was said to have been nervous about the sight and sound of the young Louis Armstrong surpassing him.
Freddie Keppard died of tuberculosis in July of 1933 in Cook County Hospital in Chicago.
Freddie Keppard is probably the closest recorded link with Buddy Bolden, but he was a more developed and sophisticated player than Bolden is said to have been.
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 Freddie Keppard Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
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 Dixieland and Jazz Overview - Band Biographies Part 3/4
Freddie was very active in New Orleans in the 1890's and in Chicago in the 1920's.
A little later, Lil was recording with a small Freddie Keppard Band.
Were at Harmon's Dreamland in 1923 Later, Keppard and Satchmo played with this group.
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 Freddie Keppard - TheBestLinks.com - Accordion, Alcoholism, Blues, Chicago, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
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 Chris Tyle : Here Comes the Hot Tamale Man: A Tribute to Freddie Keppard - Listen, Review and Buy at ARTISTdirect
Cornetist Chris Tyle really has the sound of New Orleans pioneer Freddie Keppard down well, particularly his tone, rhythm and choice of notes.
The 19 selections on this Stomp Off CD all pay tribute at least indirectly to Keppard and feature songs probably played by Bill Johnson's Creole Band during the 1912-16 period, plus more from the repertoire of the Jazz Cardinals and Cookie's Gingersnaps.
The vocalizing, which is not on the same level as the music, sounds dated and lowers the set's quality a bit despite its good intentions.
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