Dixieland jazz. vol. 1, The Bobcats & Jack Teagarden : Snader telescriptions (DVD video, 2004) [University of Maryland, College Park]
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Dixieland jazz. vol. 1, The Bobcats & Jack Teagarden : Snader telescriptions

Author: Lou SnaderBob Crosby's Bobcats (Musical group)Jack Teagarden All Stars.Pathé Pictures.Storyville Films.All authors
Publisher: Copenhagen, Denmark : Storyville Films ; New Hope, MN : Navarre Corporation (sales and distribution in USA and Canada), ©2004.
Series: Jazz legends (Storyville Films)
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : English
Summary:
The Snader telescriptions are the very first music videos. Producer Lou Snader got the idea to make records for television and between 1950 and 1952, over 700 Snaders were made. They were presented on television much the way that music videos are shown today, with an on-camera disc jockey introducing the numbers then showing the "records for television."
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Genre/Form: Music videos
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Lou Snader; Bob Crosby's Bobcats (Musical group); Jack Teagarden All Stars.; Pathé Pictures.; Storyville Films.; Navarre Corporation.
OCLC Number: 66379206
Notes: "C1988 Storyville Films AB and Pathé Pictures"--Ending credits.
Credits: Producer, Lou Snader.
Performer(s): The Bobcats & Jack Teagarden.
Description: 1 videodisc (58 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; region 1; NTSC; 4:3.
Contents: Muskrat ramble --
Big noise from Winnetka --
March of the Bobcats --
Savoy blues --
Who's sorry now? --
Complainin' --
Love's got me in a lazy mood --
Panama blues / The Bobcats (1951); Lover --
Basin street blues --
Wolverine blues--Rockin' chair --
That's a plenty --
Nobody knows the trouble I've seen --
Jack Armstrong's blues --
Stars fell on Alabama --
Dark eyes --
Georgia on my mind / Jack Teagarden (1951).
Series Title: Jazz legends (Storyville Films)
Other Titles: Bobcats & Jack Teagarden
Bobcats and Jack Teagarden
Snader telescriptions
Responsibility: Storyville Films and Pathé Pictures.

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The Snader telescriptions are the very first music videos. Producer Lou Snader got the idea to make records for television and between 1950 and 1952, over 700 Snaders were made. They were presented on television much the way that music videos are shown today, with an on-camera disc jockey introducing the numbers then showing the "records for television."
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