Project Blues Sources


Βιβλία / Books

  1. R&B, Rhythm and Business: The Political Economy of Black Music pg94-99

  2. Spreadin’ Rhythm Around: Black Popular Songwriters, 1880-1930 pg 310 – 313 -388

    1. Maurice Supper never intended to publish the songs of Paramount but hold their copyright

  3. Encyclopedia of African American Music pg 187 -188 –

  4. Record Cultures: The Transformation of the U.S. Recording Industry pg91-94

    1. learning of Paramounts acquisition of the Black Swan masters the 28 year old Williams / Williams visit to Port Washington probably occurred in the spring of 1923 /In April 1924 when Black Swans financial posistion became unstable

  5. Recorded Music in American Life: The Phonograph and Popular Memory, 1890-1945 William Howland pg126-127

    1. Learning of Paramouts purchase of the Black Swan Masters he traveled north to the companys headquarters

  6. The Melody Man: Joe Davis and the New York Music Scene, 1916-1978 pg22

  7. The Voice of the Blues: Classic Interviews from Living Blues Magazine pg16

  8. I Feel So Good: The Life and Times of Big Bill Broonzy pg47

    1. A fraternity brother from Brown who was treasurer fro Black Swan Records – When Mayo walked into thye Paramount offices in the spring of 1923

  9. Encyclopedia of Recorded Sound pg 237

  10. The Rise of Gospel Blues: The Music of Thomas Andrew Dorsey in the Urban Church pg318

  11. Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry, 1890-1919 pg487

  12. The Blues Encyclopedia pg480

  13. The Jazz Age: Popular Music in the 1920’s pg70

    1. Ma Rainey

  14. Making a New Deal: Industrial Workers in Chicago, 1919–1939 pg155

  15. Cities of the Heartland: The Rise and Fall of the Industrial Midwest pg192

  16. Creole Trombone: Kid Ory and the Early Years of Jazz pg169

  17. : A Cultural History, 1904-1930 pg21

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Άρθρα & Σελίδες διαδικτύου / Articles & Websites

      1. Paramount and Genett
      2. Harry Pace, W. E. B. Du Bois, and Black Swan Records: The Authoritative History
      3. Hide the Band: The Coon-Sanders “Castle Farms Serenaders” Paramounts (1928)
      4. Prohibition an interactive history
      5. Paramount records the label crucial to the blues
      6. Paramount records basics

      1. Of Paramount’s importance //
        1. Record Store Day is a good day to remember that a subsidiary of a Wisconsin furniture company released some of the most significant blues records of the 1920s.
      1. From the nfl to the record industry J May Ink Williams

      2. Co-workers in the Kingdom of Culture: Black Swan Records and the Political Economy of African American Music /David Suisman
      3. NYRL

      4. Mojos Working: A History Of Recorded Blues

      5. Black swan a history of race records by Karl Ackermann

      6. Black Swan history
        1. In December of 1923, Black Swan Records declared bankruptcy, and Paramount bought the label’s catalogue the following March. Still, the legacy of Black Swan Records will be its groundbreaking discography and its success in forging an African American presence into the mainstream music business.
      7. Royalty Agreement
      8. Living blues
        1. July 2 1917 New York Recording Laboratories / Monetter Moore, Ida Cox, Lovie AUstin etc
      9. Black-swan catalog
      10. Paramount catalog
      11. African – Americans and the Recording Industry of 1900-1930

      12. The Mob museum www

        Paramount’s Rise and Fall Compilation

      13.  Third Man paramount records rise and fall compilation
      14. Third Man co release paramount record set
      15.   Yale exploring Third Man Paramount Record Set
      16.   Third Man Records Compilation vol 1&2 bundle
        1. Rise and fall of paramount Volume 1
        2.  Rise and fall of paramount Volume 2

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