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Great British Jazz Band - The Best of the Great British Jazz Band album mp3
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    Great British Jazz Band
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    The Best of the Great British Jazz Band
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  • Date of release:
    July 21, 1998
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    1497 megabytes
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    1297 megabytes
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    1973 megabytes
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John Barnes - Reeds
Sidney Bechet - Composer
Philip Braham - Composer
Johnny Burke - Composer
Michael Cotton - Trumpet
Mike Cotton - Trumpet
Tom Delaney - Composer
Jim Douglas - Guitar
Duke Ellington - Composer
Digby Fairweather - Cornet
Douglas Furber - Composer
Allan Ganley - Drums
Irving Gordon - Composer
Great British Jazz Band - Primary Artist
James Van Heusen - Composer
Nick LaRocca - Composer
Brian Lemon - Piano
Eric Maschwitz - Composer
Irving Mills - Composer
Ray Noble - Composer
Billy Reid - Composer
Dave Shepherd - Clarinet
Manning Sherwin - Composer
Len Skeat - Double Bass
Benjamin Franklin Spikes - Composer
John Spikes - Composer
Jesse Stone - Composer
Pete Strange - Trombone
Roy Williams - Trombone

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Jazz Me Blues Tom Delaney Great British Jazz Band 4:18
2 Someday, Sweetheart Benjamin Franklin Spikes / John Spikes Great British Jazz Band 4:18
3 Imagination Johnny Burke / James Van Heusen Great British Jazz Band 4:53
4 Petite Fleur Sidney Bechet Great British Jazz Band 4:58
5 Original Dixieland One-Step Nick LaRocca Great British Jazz Band 3:29
6 Prelude to a Kiss Duke Ellington / Irving Gordon / Irving Mills Great British Jazz Band 5:34
7 Idaho Jesse Stone Great British Jazz Band 3:38
8 The Very Thought of You Ray Noble Great British Jazz Band 4:02
9 K.C. Blues Great British Jazz Band 6:01
10 A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square Eric Maschwitz / Manning Sherwin Great British Jazz Band 4:54
11 The Gypsy Billy Reid Great British Jazz Band 5:06
12 Limehouse Blues Philip Braham / Douglas Furber Great British Jazz Band 4:58