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Various Artists - In Gay Old New Orleans album mp3
New Orleans Jazz,Early Jazz
  • Performer:
    Various Artists
  • Title:
    In Gay Old New Orleans
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    New Orleans Jazz,Early Jazz
  • Date of release:
    August 10, 1994
  • Duration:
    59:09
  • Size FLAC version
    1922 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1380 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1257 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    568
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EPM's New Orleans in New Orleans focuses on old-styled jazz recordings from the 1920s which were actually made in that city rather than Chicago or some other northern metropolis. That approach automatically calls up a finite circle of participants, for not every New Orleans jazz band managed to make records on its home turf. In addition to Sam Morgan, Tony Parenti, Tony Papalia, Armand J. Piron, and Albert Brunies, there are welcome appearances by steamboat bandleader Fate Marable and one-armed trumpeter Joseph Mannone, better known as Wingy Manone.

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Credits

Charles C. Converse - Composer
Charles L. Cooke - Composer
Tommy Dorsey - Composer
Harry Drachman - Primary Artist, Trumpet
Peter Ecklund - Cornet, Primary Artist
Kathy Finks - Primary Artist, Tambourine
Mark Finks - Banjo, Guitar, Vocals
Oscar Hammerstein II - Composer
Mel Hill - Clarinet, Primary Artist
Arthur Hovey - Primary Artist, Tuba
Julie Hovey - Primary Artist, Washboard
Irv Kratka - Drums, Primary Artist, Washboard
Jelly Roll Morton - Composer
Joe Muranyi - Performer, Primary Artist
Knocky Parker - Piano, Primary Artist
Eph Resnick - Primary Artist, Trombone
Sigmund Romberg - Composer
Cyrus St. Clair - Bass
Tommy Sancton - Clarinet, Primary Artist
Bob Sann - Banjo, Primary Artist
Joseph Scriven - Composer
Benjamin Franklin Spikes - Composer
John Spikes - Composer
Howard Vidal - Primary Artist, Trombone
Dick Wellstood - Piano, Primary Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Grandpa's Spells Irv Kratka / Knocky Parker 3:00
2 Wolverine Blues Jelly Roll Morton / Benjamin Franklin Spikes / John Spikes Irv Kratka / Knocky Parker / Eph Resnick 3:08
3 Crazy Kid Blues Irv Kratka / Knocky Parker 2:45
4 Wildflower Rag Knocky Parker 2:41
5 Grace and Beauty Rag Knocky Parker 2:50
6 Pretty Baby Harry Drachman / Mel Hill / Irv Kratka / Knocky Parker / Eph Resnick / Bob Sann 3:05
7 Storyville Joys Irv Kratka / Dick Wellstood 2:15
8 Don't Forget to Mess Around Irv Kratka / Joe Muranyi / Eph Resnick / Dick Wellstood 2:48
9 Milneburg Joys Peter Ecklund / Kathy Finks / Arthur Hovey / Julie Hovey / Tommy Sancton / Howard Vidal 3:15
10 Mama Done Stayed Out Peter Ecklund / Kathy Finks / Arthur Hovey / Julie Hovey / Tommy Sancton / Howard Vidal 2:44
11 St. Phillip Street Breakdown Peter Ecklund / Kathy Finks / Arthur Hovey / Julie Hovey / Tommy Sancton / Howard Vidal 3:11
12 What a Friend We Have in Jesus Charles C. Converse / Joseph Scriven Peter Ecklund / Kathy Finks / Arthur Hovey / Julie Hovey / Tommy Sancton / Howard Vidal 2:43
13 Blame It on the Blues Charles L. Cooke / Tommy Dorsey Peter Ecklund / Kathy Finks / Arthur Hovey / Julie Hovey / Tommy Sancton / Howard Vidal 2:15
14 Come Back Sweet Papa Peter Ecklund / Kathy Finks / Arthur Hovey / Julie Hovey / Tommy Sancton / Howard Vidal 2:07
15 Riverboat Shuffle Peter Ecklund / Kathy Finks / Arthur Hovey / Julie Hovey / Tommy Sancton / Howard Vidal 2:46
16 Coney Island Washboard Peter Ecklund / Kathy Finks / Arthur Hovey / Julie Hovey / Tommy Sancton / Howard Vidal 2:25
17 When I Grow Too Old to Dream Oscar Hammerstein II / Sigmund Romberg Peter Ecklund / Kathy Finks / Arthur Hovey / Julie Hovey / Tommy Sancton / Howard Vidal 3:42
18 Once or Twice Peter Ecklund / Kathy Finks / Arthur Hovey / Julie Hovey / Tommy Sancton / Howard Vidal 2:26
19 Marie Peter Ecklund / Kathy Finks / Arthur Hovey / Julie Hovey / Tommy Sancton / Howard Vidal 2:32
20 I've Found a New Baby Peter Ecklund / Kathy Finks / Arthur Hovey / Julie Hovey / Tommy Sancton / Howard Vidal 2:41
21 Give It Up Peter Ecklund / Kathy Finks / Arthur Hovey / Julie Hovey / Tommy Sancton / Howard Vidal 2:38
22 Boula Boula Peter Ecklund / Kathy Finks / Arthur Hovey / Julie Hovey / Tommy Sancton / Howard Vidal 1:12