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JAZZ RHYTHM:
Jumping Swing, Classic Blues and Hot Jazz - Old and New

JAZZ RHYTHM explores the lore, culture and personalities of early Jazz bringing alive the colorful characters, inside stories and distinctive atmosphere of early Jazz. 

After more than 30 years of production I’ve renewed and expanded my mission:
JAZZ RHYTHM offers programming advancing our understanding and enjoyment of  early Jazz, Swing and Blues.  New programs will emphasize rare and unreleased music, interviews and other primary sources. 

JAZZ RHYTHM aims to significantly enrich our understanding of  jazz with original research.  The handful of newly available programs and web pages each year are thoroughly researched, offering greater depth for exploration and interactivity.

The programs are underpinned by these web pages containing rare music and interview archives, photos, articles and unique resources inviting direct engagement with the lore, culture and personalities of early jazz.


NEW AND RECENT:


Bill Erickson (Exclusive audio and images of a legendary, little-known, and somewhat peculiar cornet player; expect updates.)

Burp Hollow tapes (One of the best jazz revival clarinet players on the West Coast.)

Bill Napier (One of the best jazz revival clarinet players on the West Coast.)

P.T. Stanton (Exclusive audio and images of a legendary, little-known, and somewhat peculiar cornet player; expect updates)

Byron Berry (rare tapes and photos; new March, 2014)

Monkey Inn tapes (newly available tapes continue to emerge from the personal collection of Bob Mielke)

The Radlauer books
(Not Jazz-related: a convenient place for me to offer to enthusiasts of the books about motorsports written by my late parents, Ed and Ruth Radlauer scans of some of their books.)

Bill Dart (remembrance of the drummer for Yerba Buena Jazz Band)

Yerba Buena Jazz Band: Phil Elwood (his legendary broadcasts of 1957/1966, now complete)
Yerba Buena Jazz Band (their story and forthcoming rare acetates)

Andre Ekyan (French alto sax jazz pioneer, Django associate)

Bunk Johnson (re-discovery of this early New Orleans trumpet player launched the New Orleans revival)
additional materials added 12.2013

Pier 23 tapes (rare performances of Ray Ronnei, Frank Goudie, Jim Leigh and Bill Erickson)

Vince Cattolica (one of San Francisco's best, and best-loved clarinet players)

Washboard Rhythm Kings (skiffle, jazz and hokum sessions from the 1930s)


Expanded, revised or upgraded pages on this site:

Bill Erickson (ongoing additional archival music and photos)

Casa Loma Orchestra (Pioneering swing orchestra)

Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra live (Live performances 1938-63)

West Coast Traditional Jazz (recently added BBC documentary)
  




JAZZ RHYTHM / Dave Radlauer
email: Dradjazz@Gmail.com
Phone:  510.848.8323
Berkeley, CA 94702 USA