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by Alex van der Tuuk

eBook Paramount's Rise and Fall:The Roots and History of Paramount Records download ISBN: 0985200421
Author: Alex van der Tuuk
Publisher: Mainspring Press (2012)
Language: English
Pages: 258
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Paramount's Rise and Fall book. Paramount's Rise and Fall: A History of the Wisconsin Chair Company and Its Recording Activities.

Paramount's Rise and Fall book.

By Alex van der Tuuk. Denver, CO: Mainspring Press, 2012. ISBN 8520-042-8 (paperback). company the New York Recorded Laboratories, and its grandparent company the Wisconsin Chair Company. Previous writers, who I will mention later, had focused on the recording producers, scouts, and artists.

Alex van der Tuuk is an internationally published expert on Paramount and other early blues recordings. His work has been featured in Blues & Rhythm, 78 Quarterly, Doctor Jazz, and in many CD liner notes. Hardcover: 264 pages.

Alex van der Tuuk traces the story of their legendary Paramount label, which introduced such blues greats as "Ma" Rainey, Charley Patton, and Skip James to the world. More than 120 illustrations include rare ad artwork and many previously unpublished photos.

Tuuk, Alex van der. Subjects. A limited number of items are shown. Creator Alex van der Tuuk. Paramount (Sound recording label). New York Recording Laboratories. Wisconsin Chair Company. Sound recording industry - Wisconsin.

In: ARSC Journal, Vol. 44, No. 2, pp. 280-282. View it in the Music Periodicals Database.

Volume One (1917-1927) chronicled Paramount's improbable rise from a furniture company to jazz-blues .

Volume One (1917-1927) chronicled Paramount's improbable rise from a furniture company to jazz-blues juggernaut, launching the recording careers of giants like King Oliver, Jelly Roll Morton, Louis Armstrong, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Alberta Hunter, Blind Blake, Ethel Waters, Ma Rainey, Papa Charlie Jackson, Big Bill Broonzy, and Fats Waller. Co-produced by leading Paramount scholar Alex van der Tuuk and with all masters issued under license agreement with GHB Jazz Foundation, this compendium features the same breadth of fascinating material as you came to expect with the first but turns its focus to the label’s last and most prolific years.

John Fahey's Revenant Records and Jack White's Third Man Records issued two volumes of remastered tracks from Paramount's catalog, The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records, Volume One (1917–27) .

Featuring John Gardner of The World Music Foundation, Angie M Reilly of Ozaukee Talent and Alex van der Tuuk of the book "Paramount's Rise and Fall".

Featuring John Gardner of The World Music Foundation, Angie M Reilly of Ozaukee Talent and Alex van der Tuuk of the book "Paramount's Rise and Fall". Paramount Records: the Rise, Fall, and Resurrection. Paramount Records World Music Foundation Podcast Season 1, Episode 2 "They say Delta Blues is the roots, and everything else is the fruits.

How did a Midwestern chair company come to dominate the "race record" market of the 1920s? Their bold plunge into a then-untested market - records by black performers, for black buyers - unfolds in this new history. Alex van der Tuuk traces the story of their legendary Paramount label, which introduced such blues greats as "Ma" Rainey, Charley Patton, and Skip James to the world. More than 120 illustrations include rare ad artwork and many previously unpublished photos.