Category Archives: Dixieland/Trad

Rompin’ And Stompin’-Bob Scobey’s Frisco Jazz Band (1959)

(2:33) 1. Colonel Bogey March (3:13) 2. The Pearls (3:00) 3. Kansas City Stomp (3:28) 4. Buddy Bolden’s Blues (3:58) 5. Skit-Dat-De-Dat (3:49) 6. The Chant (2:38) 7. Shake It And Break It (3:45) 8. Canal Street Blues (3:49) 9. … Continue reading

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What’s New?-The World’s Greatest Jazz Band Of Yank Lawson And Bob Haggart (1970)

[4:37] 1. Bourbon Street Parade [3:17] 2. Smile [2:58] 3. The Eel [3:28] 4. What’s New [3:17] 5. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy [3:24] 6. Root Dog [3:51] 7. Walk Him Up The Stairs [3:19] 8. Girl On The Beach [4:25] 9. … Continue reading

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Riverboat Shuffle-Bob Scobey’s Frisco Band Featuring Clancy Hayes

(2:19) 3. Dippermouth Blues (3:07) 4. That’s A Plenty (2:42) 5. Alexander’s Ragtime Band (3:47) 6. Friendless Blues (2:47) 7. St. Louis Blues (2:57) 8. Mississippi Mud (3:49) 9. Riverside Blues (1:58) 10. Floating Down To Cotton Town (2:29) 11. … Continue reading

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Hark The Herald Angels Swing-World’s Greatest Jazz Band (1972)

(2:36) 1. Hark, The Herald Angels Swing! (2:53) 2. Little Drummer Boy (2:50) 3. Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer (3:52) 4. Silent Night (2:45) 5. Joy To The World (3:11) 6. Jingle Bells (3:24) 7. White Christmas (1:49) 8. I’ll … Continue reading

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Bobby Hackett Plays Tony Bennett’s Greatest Hits

Rare vinyl album Hackett made after touring with Bennett. In this era of CD’s that can run to an hour or more the vinyl is under a half hour. There are only ten tracks. If you can find it at … Continue reading

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I Play As I Please-Humphrey Lyttelton (1957)

Three different Lyttelton bands on display in these thirteen tracks. He was an innovator and the music collected here shows why. He broke the rules and proved why he was one of England’s most famous band leaders. The album title … Continue reading

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Live At The Hollywood Empire-Louis Armstrong And His All Stars 1949

It doesn’t get much better than this. The all stars are Jack Teagarden, Barney Bigard, Earl Hines, Arvell Shaw and Big Sid Catlett.  Nineteen tracks. Highlights include: “Panama”, “Body And Soul”, “C Jam Blues” and “The Sheik Of Araby.”

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