· · “The Wild Dog” b/w “Dinah” by Joe Venuti’s Blue Four. Okeh Recorded in New York City, Ma. Image courtesy of The Rodgers & Hammerstein Archive of Recorded Sound. Considered the father of jazz violin, Joe Venuti pioneered the use of string instruments in jazz, with considerable help from childhood friend, guitarist Eddie Lang. The two of Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins.
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· · Performer: Joe Venuti and His Blue FourWriter: Joe Venuti; Eddie LangNovelty zed at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to.
· Joe Venuti's Blue Four Joe Venuti (v,ldr); Pete Pumiglio (cl,bars); Frank Signorelli (p); Eddi Lang (g); Matrix , New York
· Joe Venuti’s Blue Four – The Wild Dog. Posted on 29 December by Grooves. Recorded Ma. Originally issued on Okeh Other side is “Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra – Some Of These Days”. Violin: Joe Venuti Guitar: Eddie Lang Piano: Arthur Schutt Saxophone: Don ted Reading Time: 40 secs.
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