- Performer:New Orleans Roof Jazzmen
- Title:Meet Lionel Ferbos in New Orleans
- Date of release:August 7, 2006
- Size FLAC version1127 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1849 megabytes
- Size WMA version1940 megabytes
- Formats:MMF ASF AC3 WMA MP2 AUD
Sweethearts on Parade · Pierre Claessens · Bruno Van Acoleyen · Vincent Van Elferen · Dag Benend · Paul Brandes · Philippe Desmet · Lionel Ferbos · New Orleans Roof Jazzmen. Mardi Gras Parade Music from New Orleans, Vol. 2. ℗ 2011 GHB Records. Released on: 2015-10-28. Auto-generated by YouTube.
Trumpeter Lionel Ferbos will be 99 in July, and he has every intention of reaching the century mark. He still maintains a weekly gig at The Palm Court Jazz Cafe in the French Quarter. Lionel Ferbos, 98, is the oldest active jazz musician in New Orleans. Trumpeter Lionel Ferbos will be 99 in July, and he has every intention of reaching the century mark. He carries his own horn and handwritten sheet music. Ferbos played trumpet with two masters of New Orleans jazz, Walter Pichon and Captain John Handy
British proprieters George and Nina Buck have featured the best traditional musicians in the city at their romantic establishment for over a decade. This remastered CD, originally recorded in 1987, captures the charm and talent of Lionel Ferbos as he dazzles the audience on trumpet and vocals. He is backed by his able sidemen, including Lester Caliste on trombone; Bill Huntington and McNeal Breaux, both on bass; Les McCutt on banjo and guitar; David Grillier on clarinet and tenor saxophone; and Frank Oxley on drums.
Lionel Charles Ferbos (born July 17, 1911) is a New Orleans jazz trumpeter.
Lionel Charles Ferbos (July 17, 1911 – July 19, 2014) was an American jazz trumpeter. He was from New Orleans, Louisiana. At 103, Ferbos was the oldest jazz musician in New Orleans. A native New Orleanian whose career centered almost exclusively in the city, he appeared weekly at the Palm Court Jazz Cafe, a French Quarter club, where he led the Palm Court Jazz Band on Saturday nights.
Dancing at the Melody Inn - Alex Bigard, George Guesnon, Harold Dejan, Lionel Ferbos, The Mighty Four. Place of My Dreams - Dennis Browne, Kerry Lewis, Lars Edegran, Lionel Ferbos, Trevor Richards, Wendell Eugene. Lars Edegran's New Orleans Band - Lars Edegran's New Orleans Band.
Legendary jazz trumpeter Lionel Ferbos, whose prolific career began with society bands that predated the Great Depression, died in New Orleans at the age of 103, US media reported. Reports said Ferbos was the oldest active jazz musician in a city where music luminaries of all ages make careers playing the Big Easy’s iconic style of traditional jazz.
CreditsNew Orleans Roof Jazzmen - Primary Artist
|1||Let the Great Big World Keep Turning||New Orleans Roof Jazzmen|
|2||Someday You'll Want Me To Want You||New Orleans Roof Jazzmen|
|3||Magic is the Moonlight||New Orleans Roof Jazzmen|
|4||Dauphine Street Blues||New Orleans Roof Jazzmen|
|5||When the Moon Comes Over the Mountain||New Orleans Roof Jazzmen|
|6||Dusty Rag||New Orleans Roof Jazzmen|
|7||Pretty Doll/Ugly Child||New Orleans Roof Jazzmen|
|8||Sweethearts On Parade||New Orleans Roof Jazzmen|
|9||Valley of Death||New Orleans Roof Jazzmen|
|10||Blame It On the Blues||New Orleans Roof Jazzmen|
|11||There Will Come Another Day||New Orleans Roof Jazzmen|
|12||If You're a Viper||New Orleans Roof Jazzmen|
|13||I'm Making Believe||New Orleans Roof Jazzmen|
|14||Ballerup Dage||New Orleans Roof Jazzmen|
|15||Sobbin' Blues||New Orleans Roof Jazzmen|
|16||San||New Orleans Roof Jazzmen|