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ALEX WELSH - Three Titles for a Special Price

ALEX WELSH - Three Titles for a Special Price
£33.00
CD / Product Number: URCD007

Get all three of our Alex Welsh CDs for the special price of £33. They are URCD175 Oh, Baby! URCD191 One More Chance and URCD193 Bones for the King. Full details inside and under their individual listings.

Description

Disc 1: URCD175 - Oh, Baby!

The last broadcasts of this very special band leader
BBC Broadcast 1979 - Tracks 1 to 5
BBC Broadcast 1981 - Tracks 6 to 10
1: AS LONG AS I LIVE Take 1
2: SWEEPING THE BLUERS AWAY
3: JELLY ROLL
4: BLUE AND SENTIMENTAL
5: OH, BABY
6: AS LONG AS I LIVE Take 2
7: CONFESSIN’
8: IT DON’T MEAN A THING (IF IT AIN’T GOT THAT SWING)
9: JUST ONE MORE CHANCE
10: DOGGIN’ AROUND

Disc 2: URCD191 Just One More Chance

Tracks 1-6 Recorded 21.8.1966
Alex Welsh with John Barnes, Roy Williams, Fred Hunt, Jim Douglas, Ron Mathewson and Lennie Hastings
Tracks 7-15 Recorded 28.5.1967
As above plus Al Gay. Ron Rae replaces Ron Mathewson
Tracks 16-22 Recorded 4.6.1972
As tracks 1-6 with Harvey Weston replacing Ron Mathewson
Numbers listed below - other tracks are the Humphrey Lyttelton commentary
1: Humphrey Lyttelton Introduction - Louisana
2: Humphrey Lyttelton Commentary
3: I Wished Upon the Moon
4: Humphrey Lyttelton Commentary
5: No Moon At All
6: Humphrey Lyttelton Introduction - After You've Gone
7: Humphrey Lyttelton Introduction - Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
8: Humphrey Lyttelton Commentary
9: Creole Love Song
10: Humphrey Lyttelton Commentary
11: Shiny Stockings
12: Humphrey Lyttelton Commentary
13: It Happened in Monterey
14: Humphrey Lyttelton Commentary
15: Just One More Chance
16: Humphrey Lyttelton Introduction - Everybody Loves My Baby
17: Humphrey Lyttelton Commentary
18: Come Back to Sweet Papa
19: Humphrey Lyttelton Commentary
20: Fascinatiing Rhythm
21: Humphrey Lyttelton Commentary
22: It Had to Be You - Humph Sign Off

Disc 3: URCD193 Bones For The King

WINNER BIRMINGHAM JAZZ AWARD 2005 for the best re-issue CD!!!
Tracks 1-5 Jazz 625 6th July 1966 Alex Welsh cornet, John Barnes, clarinet, baritone sax, alto sax, Roy Williams trombone, Fred Hunt, piano, Jim Douglas, guitar, Ron Mathewson, string bass, Lennie Hastings, drums Guest Bud Freeman, tenor sax
Tracks 6-9 24th February 1974 same as tracks 1-5 but Harvey Weston string bass (track 8 bass guitar) and Roger Nobes drums (track 8 electric piano) and John Barnes track 8 drums)
Tracks 10-15 Jazz 625 23rd February 1966 Same as tracks 1-5 but Dicky Wells trombone

1: ST LOUIS BLUES
2: YOU TOOK ADVANTAGE OF ME
3: SWONDERFUL
4: SWEET SUE
5: ROYAL GARDEN BLUES
6: BIG SWING FACE
7: LIMEHOUSE BLUES
8: YOU ARE THE SUNSHINE OF MY LIFE
9: RED BANK BOOGIE
10: INTRO
11: LAST NIGHT
12: BONES FOR THE KING
13: IT DONT MEAN A THING IF IT AINT GOT THAT SWING
14: OVER THE RAINBOW
15: MR. ELI