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Eddie Condon And His All-Stars - Jazz As It Should Be Played download mp3 album

Eddie Condon And His All-Stars - Jazz As It Should Be Played download mp3 album
Performer:
Eddie Condon And His All-Stars
Album:
Jazz As It Should Be Played
Style:
Dixieland
Released:
1970
FLAC vers. size:
1628 mb
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1952 mb
WMA vers. size:
1292 mb
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4.5 ★
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Dixie Land Jazz Hits. 4 more albums featuring this track.

In 1928, Condon moved to New York City. He frequently arranged jazz sessions for various record labels, sometimes playing with the artists he brought to the recording studios, including Louis Armstrong and Fats Waller. He organised racially integrated recording sessions – when these were still rare – with Waller, Armstrong and Henry 'Red' Allen. He played with the band of Red Nichols for a time. Later, from 1938 he had a long association with Milt Gabler's Commodore Records.

Eddie Condon's Jazz Concerts is an American old-time radio program featuring Dixieland and jazz music. It was broadcast on the Blue Network from May 20, 1944, to April 7, 1945. In 1942, musician Eddie Condon began staging concerts in New York City, with Carnegie Hall and Town Hall as venues.

Tracklist

A1 At The Jazz Band Ball
A2 I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
A3 Royal Garden Blues
A4 That's A Plenty
B1 Muskrat Ramble
B2 Medley: Ja Da / When A Woman Loves A Man / You Took Advantage Of Me
B3 Squeeze Me
B4 I've Found A New Baby

Credits

  • Bass – Bill Goodall
  • Clarinet – Tommy Gwaltney
  • Cornet – Wild Bill Davison
  • Drums – Frank Marshall
  • Guitar – Eddie Condon
  • Narrator – Eddie Condon
  • Piano – Don Ewell
  • Trombone – George Brunies

Notes

December 1. 1968
Place: Manassas Jazz Festival