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Paul Mares


An excellent, underrated trumpeter, Paul Mares was the first choice from the pacesetting New Orleans Tempo Kings. Mares was self-taught and found early experience using Tom Brown’s music group for the riverboat Capitol. He remaining New Orleans in 1919 to operate in Chicago with Ragbaby Stevens, and quickly Mares was freelancing in the town. In 1921 he shaped the Friars Culture Orchestra, an organization that prominently presented trombonist George Brunies and clarinetist Leon Rappolo. From 1922-23, the music group (renamed the brand new Orleans Tempo Kings) documented for Gennett and had been arguably the best possible jazz group on record, a minimum of until Ruler Oliver’s Creole Jazz Music group. Mares was constantly moderate about his personal playing, stating that he was affected by Oliver, however the New Orleans Tempo Kings became a significant impact themselves on up-and-coming jazz music artists, including the people from the Austin SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Gang and Bix Beiderbecke. The initial version of the brand new Orleans Tempo Kings split up in 1924. Mares performed in NY for a short while, returned to New Orleans the next yr and led a few more sessions beneath the name of the brand new Orleans Tempo Kings. Then mainly retired from playing to operate in the family members hair business, and the brand new Orleans Tempo Kings handed into background. In 1934, Mares shifted to Chicago; the next year he produced a short comeback and led a documenting session that led to four game titles before he retired once again. Mares went a barbeque cafe, did defense place work during Globe Battle II, and came back to music in 1945, leading your final music group from 1945-48 that however never recorded.

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Full Name Paul Mares
Died August 18, 1949, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Nationality American
Music Groups New Orleans Rhythm Kings
Music Songs Tin Roof Blues, Clarinet Marmalade, She's Crying for Me, Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble, San Antonio Shout, Milenberg Joys, Bluin' the Blues, Wolverine Blues, Jazz Me Blues, Weary Blues, Farewell Blues, Golden Leaf Strut, Bugle Call Blues, Ostrich Walk, She?s Crying For Me Blues, Mr. Jelly Lord, That Da Da Strain, Tiger Rag, Sweet Lovin' Man, Sensation Rag, Original Dixieland One Step, Livery Stable Blues, That's A Plenty, Dust Off That Old Pianna, Discontented Blues, Da Da Strain, Sensation, Maple Leaf Rag, Jazz It Blues, Everybody Loves Somebody Blues - But Nobody Loves Me, Panama, No Lovers Allowed

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Get Low 2009 writer: "Farewell Blues" 1922
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button 2008 writer: "Milenberg Joys"
The Aviator 2004 music: "Milenberg Joys" 1925
The Newton Boys 1998 writer: "Milenberg Joys"
Baseball 1994 TV Mini-Series documentary writer - 1 episode
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis 1963 TV Series writer - 1 episode
New Orleans 1947 writer: "Milenberg Joys" - uncredited
Swingin' Down the Scale 1946 Short writer: "Farewell Blues"
Abe Lyman & Band 1933 Short music: "Milenburg Joys" - uncredited / writer: "Farewell Blues" - uncredited
Rhythms 1929 Short music: "Milenberg Joys" - uncredited
Tal Henry and His North Carolinians 1929 Short music: "Milenberg Joys" - uncredited

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