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On this album you have a chance to listen to some of the 'Young Veterans' of New Orleans. Traditionally groomed they keep the flavor of New Orleans in each tune and help to establish a real New Orleans sound to Fessor's originals... With these six finest players of New Oleans Fessor couldn't fail to produce some great music... Good Luch Fessor and thanks for keeping the Love of our city and its music! [MORE]
This was the George Lewis band at its zenith. These influential New Orleans jazzmen became icons to several generations of young musicians who continued to perpetuate their sound and styles. Looking back, it is difficult to believe that the tiny Club Hangover employed two bands playing six nights a week on a long time residency. During their weekly broadcasts, the Lewis band displayed a versatile approach to rags, blues, stomps, and pop tunes. The ... [MORE]
This compilation represents Bue classics – originally released on singles (45’s) in the period 1958-69 – issued on CD here for the first time. The music here is very diverse, including folk songs, light classical music, TV and movie themes, gospel, spirituals, German children’s songs, and European and American evergreens. Already way back in 1958, with the release of their smash single, Schlafe Mein Prinzchen (which sold over a million copies), ... [MORE]
Chris Barber Band’s many activities involved continuous touring, both home and abroad. Half the tracks were taped in Prague at two separate dates in March 1963 – during a most successful visit to Czechoslovakia. It was the first time the band recorded behind the Iron Curtain. The brace of items recorded in Munich almost three month later show no diminution in quality from the Czech dates. Indeed, the carefree spirit of these performances compares with the ... [MORE]
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Recorded live, Odd Fellow Palaet, Copenhagen, October 10th, 1954 Chris Barber’s Jazz Band have always been a great live attraction.Many of their concerts have been recorded with no less than ten commercially recorded performances between 1954 and 1961. And it all started in Copenhagen, Denmark on October 10th, 1954. Here then – for the first time, and in chronological order – you can ... [MORE]
The featured bands here are Sandy Brown's Jazzband, Papa Bue's Viking Jazzband, The Graham Stewart Seven, Cy Laurie's New Orleans Septet plus tracks from Mr Acker Bilk and Arne Birger. 19 tracks in total running 63.44 minutes. [MORE]
It’s back! Volume 5 is finally back on sale and artists here include Mr Acker Bilk his Paramount Jazz Band, Papa Bue’s Viking Jazzband, Sandy Brown’s Jazzband, Johnny Parker Trio and The Theis/Neigaard Trio. Full details inside. [MORE]
Volume 4 in a CD series of re-releases of Storyville’s traditional jazz repertoire, recorded from the beginning of the 50’s and into the 60’s.Volume 4 has EPs featuring Chris Barber, Graham Stewart and his New Orleans Band, Dick Charlesworth and his City Gents, Ricardo's Jazzmen and Papa Bue's New Orleans Band. There are 18 tracks in total. [MORE]
Second in a CD series of re-releases of Storyville’s traditional jazz repertoire, recorded from the beginning of the 50’s and into the 60’s. This one features EPs by Chris Barber, Adrian Bentzon, Papa Bue and Henrik Johansen, plus cuts from Acker Bilk and Papa Benny. 19 tracks in total. [MORE]
This is the first CD in a series of re-releases of Storyville’s traditional jazz repertoire, recorded from the beginning of the 50’s and into the 60’s. On this album there are tracks from Chris Barber's Jazzband, Cy Laurie's Jazz Septet, Ken Colyer's Jazzmen, Papa Bue's Viking Jazz Band, Adrian Bentzon's Jazzband, Henrik Johansen's Jazzband and Lennie Baldwin's Dauphin Street Six. There are some great rarities here - full details inside.
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The banjo seems to have been the most reviled instrument in traditional jazz, blamed for the plodding 'thunk' that characterized the rhythm sections of many of the less-than-professional bands of the 'trad boom' of forty years ago. In the right hands, however, the banjo is a wonderful instrument, able to drive and swing a good traditional jazz band. The Chris Barber band has been fortunate to have enjoyed the talents of several outstanding banjo players, ... [MORE]
Papa Bue's Viking Jazz Band - Finn Otto Hansen (tp) Arne Bue Jensen (tb) Jorgen Svarre (cl) Bjarne Peterson (bjo and voc) Morgens Seidelin (db) Ib Lindshouw (dm)
This CD is called Bestsellers and contains the two most famous European traditional orchestras many hits. The recordings are from the 50’s and both bands are still active and they still play their hits at concerts. Papa Bue plays Schlafe Mein Prinzchen and Chris Barber plays Ice Cream ... [MORE]
These sampler tracks are NOT included on the other volumes. Artists featured include Chris Barber, Sandy Brown, Dick Charlesworth, Cy Laurie, Monty Sunshine, Bob Wallis, Johnny Parker, Papa Bue and many more. 17 tracks in total.
Included with this CD is an A4 magazine celebrating the Golden Years Series. [MORE]
SOUNDS OF NEW ORLEANS: 2 CD Storyville is proud to announce the release of a new series called Sounds Of New Orleans.This is the second of 3 double CDs. SOUNDS OF NEW ORLEANS 2 This is the second 2 CD set with authentic New Orleans music from Storyville. There are eight different groups on this CD. Kid Ory And His Creole Jazzband, Oscar Pappa Celestin Tuxedo Jazzband, George Lewis And His New Orleans Jazzband, Wilbur DeParis And His New Jazz Band, Paul ... [MORE]
Louis Armstrong and his all Stars in radio broadcasts from Blue Note in Chicago 1948 and from Chicago in 1962. Louis Armstrong and Bobby Hackett with Jack Teagarden and Peanuts Hucko in a NBC Broadcast from Winter Garden Theatre in New York 1947 and from 1942 'I’ll Be Glad When You’re Dead You Rascal You' with Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra. 'Mack The Knife', 'Blueberry Hill', 'C’est Ci Bon', 'La Vie En Rose' are also on the cd. [MORE]