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World's Greatest Jazz Concert #2
4.5 out of 5 stars with 62 reviews
recorded live in New York City, April 26, 1947, w. Muggsy Spanier, Johnny Windhurst, Sidney Bechet, Jack Teagarden, Ed Phife, Harlow Atwood+, 17 cuts.
Lino Patruno Presents Stringin' the Blues - A Tribute to Eddie Lang
4.8 out of 5 stars with 74 reviews
This 16 track CD is a ''guitar summit'' featuring some of the top guitarists on the contemporary scene including Bucky Pizzarelli, Frank Vignola, Howard Alden, Al Viola, Marty Grosz and others. It was recorded live in 2002 at the Ascona Jazz Festival in Switzerland on beautiful Lake Maggiore. The guitarists are backed by Andy Stein, Mark Shane, Frank Tate, Joe Ascione, Clive Riche and others..
Read 'Em and Weep: Previously Unreleased Live New Orleans Soul Jazz 1965
mpn: CDNTICD7148, ean: 0048612714823,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 15 reviews
Night Train Records restores a missing link to the historical chain of New Orleans music with this release by The Prime Ministers, the same posse of funky white boys who produced Dr. John. Within a year, all of these players had moved on to the Dr. John or Al Hirt bands and, in the case of Ronnie Barron, were primed for a solo career. Almost entirely instrumentals, save for ''How Do You Feel,'' with vocals by Barron. This extraordinary album feels like the combo jazz that put Prestige Records
You're The Top: Cole Porter In The 1930s - Cole Porter Centennial Collection
mpn: A-22701, ean: 0099923713623,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 42 reviews
The sophisticated song stylings of Hoosier-born composer Cole Porter come to life in this special collection. It includes sixty-nine classic recordings by such legendary artists as Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Fred Astaire, Billie Holiday, and many more..
Doctors, Professors, Kings & Queens: The Big Ol' Box of New Orleans
mpn: CDSNY37441, ean: 0826663744125,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 24 reviews
Man, does this set go down easy big easy! This gorgeous set features over 80 hits from New Orleans' most famous-and occasionally obscure-musical sons and daughters, 4 CDs of jazz, blues, Cajun, zydeco and funk all mixed together like a good 'n' spicy gumbo. An 84-page book takes you by the hand into the most notorious bars and restaurants as you listen to such Crescent City classics as Iko Iko Dr. John; Potato Head Blues Louis Armstrong; You Can Have My Husband Irma Thomas; I'm Walkin' Fats
Complete Library of Congress Recordings
4.0 out of 5 stars with 42 reviews
When folklorist Alan Lomax made these epic 1938 recordings of Jelly Roll Morton's reminiscences and piano playing, he was creating the first great oral documentation of early jazz. This material has never been issued with the care, sensitivity and completeness that it gets here, with the complete interviews and musical performances sequenced over seven CDs in the order in which they took place. Morton was almost as great a raconteur as he was a musician, and his accounts of New Orleans in the
San Jacinto Stomp
4.3 out of 5 stars with 53 reviews
House Party New Orleans Style
mpn: 1655754, ean: 0011661205727,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 26 reviews
Here's the Crescent City piano master in Baton Rouge and Memphis in '71 and '72, joining forces with Snooks Eaglin and hootin' and hollerin' over some of the most joyous, rollicking piano you're ever gonna hear! Includes Tipitina; Cherry Pie; Big Chief; 501 Boogie; Hey Little Girl; ''G'' Jam; Gone So Long , and more..
Ken Burns Jazz: The Story of America's Music
mpn: SNY61432, ean: 0074646143223,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 50 reviews
If you set out to create a single anthology that charted all the twists and tributaries of that uniquely American river we call jazz, you couldn't do better than this companion set to the PBS series-94 tracks on 5 CDs licensed from virtually every important label in the history of the music. Includes The Pearls Jelly Roll Morton; Charleston James P. Johnson; West End Blues Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five; The Mooche Duke Ellington; Singin' the Blues Frankie Trumbauer & His Orchestra featuring
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