A1 –Vess L. Ossman Smoky Mokes A2 –Vess L. Ossman Peaceful Henry A3 –Vess L. Ossman Yankee Land A4 –Vess L. Ossman The Smiler A5 –Vess L. Ossman Popularity A6 –Vess L. Ossman Rusty Rags Medley A7 –Vess L. Ossman St. Louis Tickle B1 –Fred Van Eps Red Pepper Rag B2 –Fred Van Eps. Black Diamond Rag B3 –Fred Van Eps Whipped Cream Rag B4 –Fred Van Eps Ragtime Oriole B5 –Fred Van Eps Junk Man Rag B6 –Fred Van Eps Policy King B7 –Fred Van Eps White Wash Man. Line-up/Musicians.
Fred Van Eps And Vess L. Ossman, Kings Of The Ragtime Banjo Yazoo – L-by ttboxcar.
.Fred Van Eps And Vess L. Ossman Kings Of The Ragtime Banjo Yazoo – L-. A1 Vess L. Ossman Smoky Mokes A2 Vess L. Ossman Peaceful Henry A3 Vess L. Ossman Yankee Land A4 Vess L. Ossman The Smiler A5 Vess L. Ossman Popularity A6 Vess L. Ossman Rusty Rags Medley A7 Vess L. Louis Tickle
Sylvester Louis "Vess" Ossman (August 21, 1868 – December 7, 1923) was a leading five-string banjoist and popular recording artist of the early 20th century. The increasing popularity of his rival Fred Van Eps, after 1910, made Ossman's name appear less frequently in record company supplements. He temporarily ceased recording in 1913 but resumed in late 1915. In April 1917, he became a member of the Popular Talking Machine Artists, a group of unrelated musicians who toured as an act. By the early 1920s, he had left the touring ac. .On December 14, 1917 he made his final recordings for Columbia Records.
A1: 1900 A2: 1902 A3: 1904 A4: 1910 A5: 1906 A6: 1901 A7: 1909 B1: 1911 B2: 1912 B3: 1913 B4: 1923 B5: 1913 B6: 1919 B7: 1911. Tracks A2 to A7 B3, B5 to B7 are reproduced pursuant to express license from Columbia Special Products, CBS Record Division, CBS, Inc. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.
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This superior collector's LP features Vess Ossman on seven selections from the 1900-1910 period (including "Smoky Mokes" and "St. Louis Tickle") and Fred Eps (father of guitarist George Van Eps) on seven tunes from 1911-23 (including "Red Pepper Rag" and "Ragtime Oriole"). The virtuosity of the two legendary banjoists still sounds impressive many decades later and their recordings are among the finest of the prejazz period.
|–Vess L. Ossman||Smoky Mokes|
|–Vess L. Ossman||Peaceful Henry|
|–Vess L. Ossman||Yankee Land|
|–Vess L. Ossman||The Smiler|
|–Vess L. Ossman||Popularity|
|–Vess L. Ossman||Rusty Rags Medley|
|–Vess L. Ossman||St. Louis Tickle|
|–Fred Van Eps||Red Pepper Rag|
|–Fred Van Eps||Black Diamond Rag|
|–Fred Van Eps||Whipped Cream Rag|
|–Fred Van Eps||Ragtime Oriole|
|–Fred Van Eps||Junk Man Rag|
|–Fred Van Eps||Policy King|
|–Fred Van Eps||White Wash Man|
|L-1044||Fred Van Eps And Vess L. Ossman||Fred Van Eps And Vess L. Ossman - Kings Of The Ragtime Banjo (LP, Comp)||Yazoo||L-1044||US||1974|
|L-1044||Fred Van Eps And Vess L. Ossman||Fred Van Eps And Vess L. Ossman - Kings Of The Ragtime Banjo (LP, Comp, RP)||Yazoo||L-1044||US||1974|