The World’s Greatest Jazz Band At Manchester’s Free Trade Hall (1971) 2 CD’S

[1:34] 1. Yank Introduces The WGB
[5:42] 2. Panama
[4:56] 3. Dogtown Blues
[5:50] 4. Ain’t Misbehavin’
[4:19] 5. Black And Blue
[4:02] 6. Alligator Crawl
[4:42] 7. I Got Rhythm
[5:05] 8. Limehouse Blues
[3:46] 9. Big Noise From Winnetka
[4:02] 10. What’s New
[3:25] 11. South Rampart Street Parade

[4:57] 1. Bourbon Street Parade
[4:02] 2. The Girl On The Beach
[4:38] 3. Just One Of Those Things
[5:27] 4. Summertime
[5:31] 5. Viper’s Drag
[5:34] 6. At Sundown
[3:44] 7. Carolina In The Morning
[5:22] 8. In A Sentimental Mood
[6:24] 9. Wolverine Blues
[5:35] 10. Muskrat Ramble
[3:35] 11. Up-Up And Away My Inspiration

Bob Wilber (clarinet, soprano saxophone); Bud Freeman (tenor saxophone); Billy Butterfield (trumpet, flugelhorn); Yank Lawson (trumpet); Vic Dickenson, Eddie Hubble (trombone); Ralph Sutton (piano); Bob Haggart (electric bass); Gus Johnson (drums).


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