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The New Orleans Owls

The New Orleans Owls, an excellent if now obscure band, recorded 18 spirited sides during 1925-1927. Although none of its sidemen (other than Nappy Lamare and Eddie Miller) became famous, the spirited ensemble effectively bridged the gap between the New Orleans Rhythm Kings and late-'20s dance bands. All of their enjoyable recordings were made available on a Frog CD from England.

Their 1925 compilation album is called "The Owls' Hoot!".

Album: http://www.amazon.com