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Paul Barbarin And The Onward Brass Band - Last Journey Of A Jazzman (The Funeral Of Lester Santiago Vol. I) album flac Performer: Paul Barbarin
Title: Last Journey Of A Jazzman (The Funeral Of Lester Santiago Vol. I)
Style: Dixieland
Released: 1965
MP3 album: 1110 mb
FLAC album: 1116 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: AAC DTS FLAC DMF VQF AUD RA
Genre: Jazz

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I) and Volume II each have the tracklisting for both volumes printed on the back cover. Matrix, Runout (Label Side A): 186-L-1383. Matrix, Runout (Label Side B): 186-L-1384.

Paul Barbarin gathered the Onward Brass Band together at Caledonia Hall about a block away from the Blandin Mortuary where the body of Lester Santiago lay. The band warmed up with a parade tempo version of Just a Little While to Stay Here

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Onward Brass Band soon came to be regarded in the local music community as the most exciting of the city’s early brass bands. 2004, Last Journey Of A Jazzman: Funeral of Lester Santiago, Paul Barbarin and the Onward Brass Band, Nobility, recorded 1965. a b "Louisiana Music Factory - The Tradition Continues by Onward Brass Band".

The Onward Brass Band was a brass band in New Orleans, which existed from about 1884 to the 1930s (the first news of it there is from 1887 ). She was in the period up to the First World War one of the most famous brass bands and marching bands in New Orleans. Paul Barbarin & the Onward Brass Band, Last Journey of a Jazzman: Funeral of Lester Santiago ( Nobility, 1965).

Volume I and Volume II each have the tracklisting for both volumes printed on the back cover. Matrix, Runout (Label Side A): 186-L-1381.

The Onward Brass Band was the name of two brass bands active in New Orleans for extended periods of time. Contents 1 Onward Brass Band (c. 1886 – 1930) 2 Onward Brass Band (1960 – 2011) 3 Short history.

Tracklist

A1 Just A Little While To Stay Here
A2 What A Friend I Have In Jesus
B1 Lead Me, Savior
B2 Just A Closer Walk With Thee
B3 Nearer My God To Thee

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Nobility Recording Company
  • Printed By – American Box & Tag Co.

Credits

  • Bass Drum, Leader – Paul Barbarin
  • Clarinet – Joseph Thomas
  • Cover – Emerson E. Magnum, Terry Hayes
  • Edited By – Clint Bolton
  • Engineer – Cosimo Matassa*
  • Executive-Producer [Consultant] – Donalda Richardson
  • Mellophone – Joshua Willis
  • Narrator – A. Grayson Clark
  • Saxophone – Andrew Morgan , Harold DeJan
  • Sleeve Notes – Ione Anderson
  • Snare – Louis Barbarin, Placide Adams
  • Trombone – Clement Tervalon, Worthia Thomas
  • Trumpet – Albert Walters, Ernie Cagnolatti*, Avery "Kid" Howard*
  • Tuba – Minor Anderson

Notes

"Recorded live on the streets of New Orleans."

Catalog number 708 appears on back cover; catalog number LP-708 appears on labels.

Volume I and Volume II Last Journey Of A Jazzman (The Funeral Of Lester Santiago Vol. II) each have the tracklisting for both volumes printed on the back cover.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 186-L-1381
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 186-L-1382