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#Albert Gleny# #Bill Johnson# #Buddy Bolden# #Buddy Bolden Band-1905 #(correct original?) #Buddy Bolden Band-1905#(image mirrored-correct?)
#Buddy Bolden# #Canal and Rampart Streets# #Clarence Williams# #Fate Marable Orchestra# #Freddie Keppard#
#James P. Johnson# #Jazz Brass Band# #Ferdinand Joseph La Mothe#'Jelly Roll' Morton #Jelly Roll Morton# #Jelly Roll Morton#
#J-M Studio# #Redhot Jelly Roll Morton# #Joe Oliver# #John Robichaux #Orchestra-1896 #Kid Ory#
#Kid Ory# #Kid Ory Original#Creole Jazz Band #Original Creole Orchestra# #Original Dixieland#Jazz Band, 1916 #Joe 'King' Oliver#
#King Oliver Creole Jazz Band#San Francisco-1921 #King Oliver# #King Oliver# #King Oliver#Creole Jazz Band #Mutt Carey#
#A Young#Louis Armstrong #Louis Armstrong#Joe Oliver #Louis Armstrong# #Armstrong's First Cornet# #Louis Armstrong#
#Louis Armstrong#'Heebie Jeebies' #Louis Armstrong-1900# #Louis Armstrong# #Louis Armstrong# #Louis Armstrong-1949#
#Louis 'Satchmo' Armstrong# #Louis Armstrong-Sep 18, 1966#Monterey Jazz Festival #Memphis Slim# #Tuxedo Brass Band# #Tuxedo Band - Bob French#
#Sam Morgan# #Sidney Bechet# #Sidney Bechet# #Sidney Bechet# #Sidney Bechet#
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#B. B. King#Born in Indianola, MS #No matter how many guitars#B. B. King has #there is only one name# #LUCILLE# #B. B. King, Bobby Bland#and Albert King-1980

[There may be duplicate pictures/ I may have different pictures with the same names/ I may have different names with the same pictures] ...forgive my errors and enjoy!

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Oh, and YES, I do know B.B. King is NOT Jazz; but, (born in Mississippi and now a Memphis gal) how could I ever leave B. B. King out of anything regarding Southern Music History?
The blues grew up in the Mississippi Delta just upriver from New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz. Blues and jazz have always influenced each other, and they still interact in countless ways today.

"The Mississippi Delta begins in the lobby of The Peabody Hotel and ends on Catfish Row in Vicksburg. The Peabody is the Paris Ritz, the Cairo Shepherd's, the London Savoy of this section. If you stand near its fountain in the middle of the lobby... ultimately you will see everybody who is anybody in the Delta..."
-- Author/Historian David Cohn, 1935.

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