Traditional Jazz

Traditional Jazz is early jazz from around the 1920s developed in the cities of New Orleans and Chicago, and can be known by terms such as Dixieland, Ragtime or simply 'Trad'. Artists such as Louis Armstrong, and songs such as 'When The Saints Go Marching In' typify this style.

Cairo Club Orchestra

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Cotton Club

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Red Hot Rhythmakers

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Shirazz

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Spider Jazz

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