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George Lewis And His New Orleans Stompers - George Lewis And His New Orleans Stompers (Volume 4) download mp3 album

George Lewis And His New Orleans Stompers - George Lewis And His New Orleans Stompers (Volume 4) download mp3 album
Performer:
George Lewis And His New Orleans Stompers
Album:
George Lewis And His New Orleans Stompers (Volume 4)
Style:
Ragtime, Swing, Dixieland
Released:
1957
Country:
US
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1838 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1992 mb
WMA vers. size:
1759 mb
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George Lewis And His New Orleans Stompers (Volume 4) is a dixieland music album recording by GEORGE LEWIS (CLARINET) released in 1954 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. George Lewis And His New Orleans Stompers (Volume 4) Contents.

George Lewis, George Lewis & His New Orleans Stompers - Two Jim Blues 04:39. George Lewis & His New Orleans Stompers - Climax Rag 04:22. George Lewis, George Lewis & His New Orleans Stompers - Deep Bayou Blues 04:06. George Lewis, George Lewis & His New Orleans Stompers - Don't Go 'Way Nobody 04:02. George Lewis and Alton Purnell - Alton Purnell, George Lewis. George Lewis Of New Orleans - George Lewis. Selected Recordings - George Lewis

George Lewis and His New Orleans Stompers, Vol. 2. 1994 jazz. Alcide 'Slow Drag' Pavageau, Alton Purnell, George Lewis & His New Orleans Stompers, Jim Robinson, Joe Watkins, Lawrence Marrero - Nobody Knows the Way I Feel This Morning Vintage George Lewis 1954 & 1955, 2011 03:39. Alcide 'Slow Drag' Pavageau, Alton Purnell, George Lewis & His New Orleans Stompers, Jim Robinson, Joe Watkins, Lawrence Marrero - Lord, Lord You Sure Been Good to Me Vintage George Lewis 1954 & 1955, 2011 03:43.

George Lewis and his New Orleans Stompers – Just a Little While to Stay Here (Take 2). 3:08. George Lewis & His New Orleans Stompers – Mama Don't Allow. The George Lewis Band Of New Orleans – Salty Dog.

Fun, upbeat New Orleans rags, Dixieland and such from a 1943 recording session of George Lewis & His New Orleans Stompers at the Gypsy Tea Room. The lineup of the Stompers at this time was Lewis, Avery Kid Howard, Edgar Mosley, Lawrence Marrero, Jim Robinson, and Chester Zardis. Included are the recording notes, a veritable diary of the session, as documented by jazz writer and labelman Bill Russell.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 High Society
Written-By – Piron*, Williams*
A2 Heebie Jeebies
Vocals – Alton PurnellWritten-By – Atkins*, Jones*
A3 Savoy Blues
Written-By – Ory*
B1 Lord, Lord You Sure Been Good To Me
Vocals – "Kid" Howard*Written-By – Traditional
B2 Nobody Knows The Way I Feel This Morning
Written-By – Traditional
B3 I Can't Escape From You
Written-By – Robin*, Whiting*

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Blue Note Records
  • Pressed By – Plastylite

Credits

  • Banjo – Creole George Guesnon, Placide Adams
  • Bass – Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageau*
  • Clarinet – George Lewis
  • Design [Cover] – Gil Melle*
  • Drums – Joe Watkins
  • Photography By [Cover] – Francis Wolff
  • Piano – Alton Purnell
  • Sleeve Notes – Robert S. Greene
  • Trombone – Jim Robinson
  • Trumpet – Avery "Kid" Howard*

Notes

BLUE NOTE RECORDS · 47 WEST 63rd · NEW YORK 23
Likely released between 1957 and 1958.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side label): (BN 7028-A)
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side label): (BN 7028-B)
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout): BN-LP-7028-AX
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout): BN-LP-7028-BX

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BLP 7028 George Lewis And His New Orleans Stompers George Lewis And His New Orleans Stompers (Volume 4) ‎(10", Album) Blue Note BLP 7028 US 1954