Doctor Jazz

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Doctor Jazz is a popular tune and song written by Joe "King" Oliver in 1926.

Publisher Walter Melrose got his name on it as co-composer, as was often his practice. It enjoyed its initial popularity in the 1920s. It continues to be played by Dixieland jazz groups. It has been performed by many notable acts, such as Jelly Roll Morton, Chris Barber and Harry Connick Jr..

The Bonzo Doo Dah Dog Band also did a performance of this song on their 1969 release "Tadpoles".

It was also the title of a Broadway musical with a jazz theme that ran from February to March 1975 at the Winter Garden Theatre, produced by Cyma Rubin with music by Buster Davis.


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