Albert "Papa" French And His New Orleans Jazz Band - A Night At Dixieland Hall Vol. II album flac
Title: A Night At Dixieland Hall Vol. II
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Formerly The Papa Celestin Band" "This record is respectfully dedicated to the Jazz Museum, 1017 Dumaine Street, New Orleans, L. Different label design than Albert "Papa" French And His New Orleans Jazz Band - A Night At Dixieland Hall.
A New Orleans institution, the Original Tuxedo Jazz Band was formed in 1910 by the Creole trumpeter-cornetist Oscar "Papa" Celestin, who led the band for 44 years. After Celestin's death in 1954, trombonist Eddie Pierson took over the leadership until his death in 1958. By the time of this 1968 Hampton Jazz Festival performance, the traditional New Orleans jazz band was under the leadership of banjoist Albert "Papa" French, who had taken the reigns in 1958 and remained the leader up until his death in 1977. They follow with a mellow rendition of "The Savoy Blues" from their A Night At Dixieland Hall album. And for their finale, they launch into the rousing New Orleans jazz classic "Tiger Rag," a tune first recorded in 1917 by the Original Dixieland Jass Band and one that best exemplifies the spirit of collective improvisation.
Banjo, Leader – Albert „Papa French, Bass – Stewart Davis, Clarinet, Lead Vocals – Joseph Thomas, Drums – Louis Barbarin, Piano – Jeanette Kimball, Trombone – Waldren "Frog" Joseph, Trumpet – Alvin Alcorn.
New Orleans changed all that forever. A few nights later, enjoying the balmy weather of the Deep South, I walked by a somehat decrepit looking bar in the French Quarter and walked into the delerious decibels of some of the hottest Dixieland Jazz I had ever heard. Upon closer inspection, the source of this ferocious instrumental ecstacy was the George Lewis Band, a half dozen Old Masters of Dixieland now in their 70s or 80s, playing their hearts and guts out. I never had heard such intensity before except from those Chicago cats.
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Arne "Papa" Bue Jensen (8 May 1930 – 2 November 2011), known as Papa Bue, was a Danish trombonist and bandleader, chiefly associated with the Dixieland jazz revival style of which he was considered an important proponent. He founded and led the Viking Jazz Band, which was active from 1956. Arne Bue Jensen was born in Copenhagen, Denmark
Albert "Papa" French (November 16, 1910 – September 28, 1977) was an American jazz musician, banjo player, and band leader in New Orleans. He was a banjo player in the Original Tuxedo Brass Band of New Orleans. This band was founded in 1910 and led for 44 years by Papa Celestin. After the death of Papa Celestin in 1954, leadership was briefly taken over by trombonist Eddie Pierson until his death in 1958
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|Ting A Ling|
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|LP 702B||Albert "Papa" French And His New Orleans Jazz Band*||A Night At Dixieland Hall Vol. II (LP, Album)||Nobility||LP 702B||US||1965|
|LP-702 B||Albert "Papa" French And His New Orleans Jazz Band*||A Night At Dixieland Hall Vol. II (LP, Album)||Nobility||LP-702 B||US||Unknown|