Tommy Ladnier

American jazz trumpeter. Born 28 May 1900. Died 4 June 1939
Tommy Ladnier
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1900-05-28
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Tommy Ladnier

Tommy Ladnier Biography (Wikipedia)

Thomas James Ladnier (May 28, 1900 – June 4, 1939) was an American jazz trumpeter. French jazz critic Hugues Panassié rated him second only to Louis Armstrong.

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Sidney Bechet
Really The Blues
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Really The Blues
Roy Palmer
Muddy Water Blues
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Muddy Water Blues

Muddy Water Blues

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Roy Palmer
Jelly Roll Morton
Original Washboard Band with Jasper Taylor
Wilson Towns
Arville Harris
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Jelly Roll Morton
Serious Meyers, Teddy Nixon, Morris Marland, Tommy Ladnier, Sidney Bechet, Sidney Bechet & Hank Duncan
I've Found A New Baby
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I've Found A New Baby

I've Found A New Baby

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Serious Meyers
Teddy Nixon
Morris Marland
Sidney Bechet
Hank Duncan
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Sidney Bechet
New Orleans Feetwarmers, Tommy Ladnier, New Orleans Feetwarmers, Sidney Bechet, James P. Johnson, Freddie Green, Walter Page & Jo Jones
Weary Blues
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Weary Blues

Weary Blues

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New Orleans Feetwarmers, Tommy Ladnier, New Orleans Feetwarmers, Sidney Bechet, James P. Johnson, Freddie Green, Walter Page & Jo Jones
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