Olga is a composition by D. C. Nelson and Joe Oliver. Recorded May 22, 1930 in New York. According to Rust:
Carroll Dickerson, dir; King Oliver, Dave Nelson, t; Jimmy Archey, tb; Bobby Holmes, cl,as; Glyn Paque, as; Charles Frazier, ts; Eric Franker, p; Arthur Taylor, bj; Clinton Walker, bb; Fred Moore, d.
This is no longer New Orleans style, polyphonic ensemble. Beginning with the trombone solo it sounds to me like a ballad in the style of Bix and Tram's Singin' the Blues. In fact, to my ears, Olga has the feeling of Rite Tite by Benny Moten. To me, Rite Tite is an obvious tribute to Bix and Tram's Singin' the Blues, with pieces of Tram's solo thrown in for good measure. Olga also has a structure similar to that of Singin' the Blues: not too much ensemble work, a series of mellow solos; open trumpet (King Oliver?) muted trumpet (Joe's nephew Nelson?) clarinet (Holmes) alto sax (Holmes or Paque?)
What do you guys and dolls think?
PS For comparison here is Rite Tite.