The very first jazz group to ever record, Original Dixieland Jazz Music group made history in 1917. These were not the very first group to ever play jazz (Friend Bolden experienced preceded them by 22 years!), nor was this White colored quintet necessarily the very best band of that time period, but during 1917-1923 (especially in their first years) they do too much to popularize jazz. The music artists learned all about jazz using their fellow New Orleans players (including Ruler Oliver) but occurred to obtain big break 1st. In 1916, drummer Johnny Stein, cornetist Nick LaRocca, trombonist Eddie Edwards, pianist Henry Ragas, and clarinetist Alcide “Yellow” Nunez performed collectively in Chicago. With Tony Sbarbaro changing Stein and Larry Shields overtaking for Nunez, the music group was booked at Resenweber’s cafe in NY in early 1917. Their exuberant music (which trapped specifically to ensembles with the only real solos being brief breaks) caused a significant sensation. Columbia documented ODJB taking part in “Darktown Strutters Ball” and “Indiana,” but was scared to place out the information. Victor stepped in and documented the group playing the novelty “Livery Steady Blues” (which found out the horns imitating barnyard pets) and “Dixie Jass Music group One-Step” and quickly released the music; “Livery Steady Blues” was a big success that really released the jazz age group. During the following couple of years ODJB would expose such future requirements as “Tiger Rag,” “In the Jazz Music group Ball,” “Fidgety Ft,” “Feeling,” “Clarinet Marmalade,” “Margie,” “Jazz Me Blues,” and “Royal Backyard Blues.” The group (with J. Russel Robinson acquiring the area of Ragas, who passed away within the 1919 flu epidemic, and trombonist Emile Christian completing for Edwards) went to London during 1919-1920 plus they once again triggered quite a mix, presenting jazz to European countries. Nevertheless upon their go back to the U.S., ODJB was regarded a little out of style following the rise of Paul Whiteman and in 1922 New Orleans Tempo Kings (a considerably excellent group). By 1923 when lots of the initial Dark jazz giants finally had been documented, ODJB was regarded as a traditional band and because of inner dissension they shortly split up. In 1936 LaRocca, Shields, Edwards, Robinson, and Sbarbaro (the last mentioned the only real musician to truly have a full-time profession at that time) acquired a reunion and do a few last recordings jointly before LaRocca completely retired. Even though cornetist’s arrogant promises that ODJB acquired created jazz are exaggerated and tinged with racism, Primary Dixieland Jazz Music group did make a solid contribution to early jazz (most groupings that documented during 1918-1921 emulated their design), helped provide you with the repertoire of several later Dixieland rings, and had been an impact on Bix Beiderbecke and Crimson Nichols.