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Henry ‘Red’ Allen / Wilbur De Paris / Wild Bill Davidson / Eddie Condon / Dixieland All-Stars: Dixieland Jazz - Four Classic Albums Plus (Happy Jazz / New Orleans Jazz / Bixieland/ Dixiecats) (2CD)

Henry ‘Red’ Allen / Wilbur De Paris / Wild Bill Davidson / Eddie Condon / Dixieland All-Stars: Dixieland Jazz - Four Classic Albums Plus (Happy Jazz / New Orleans Jazz / Bixieland/ Dixiecats) (2CD)


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AVID Jazz here presents four classic Dixieland Jazz albums including original LP liner notes on a finely re-mastered and low priced double CD.
Happy Jazz, New Orleans Jazz, Bixieland and Dixiecats plus seven out of eight tracks from George Wettling’s Jazz Band
Happy Jazz from 1955 featuring the Red Allen All Stars is the 10" version as opposed to the 12" released under the name of clarinettist Tony Parenti. New Orleans Jazz by Wilbur De Paris and his Rampart Street Ramblers recorded in 1952 is one of the first LP’s to be recorded in Stereo using the now obsolete Binaural system. To conclude CD1 we feature seven out of eight trackd from George Wettling’s Jazz Band. Thus LP came about after a suggestion that an article on Wettling for Collier’s Magazine include photographs of a recording session. A recording session was duly arranged with famed producer George Avakian and the rest as they say is history! CD2 kicks off with Bixieland featuring Eddie Condon and his All Stars was made to pay homage to and catch the spirit of legendary cornettist Bix Beiderbecke. In the words of Condon himself, without wishing to brag, he felt these records came off better than the original Bixes. The reason being the superior musicianship Condon was able to employ including such legends as Bobby Hackett, Wild Bill Davison and George Wettling. Dixiecats featuring the Dixieland All Stars showcases the Dixieland style that took its origins from the New Orleans idiom. Dixieland music had for a while been considered a white man’s music imitating the black New Orleans style. Here we have a predominantly black band featuring such legends as Henry Allen, Willie The Lion Smith, and drummer Zutty Singleton who had been born in New Orleans in 1898 and played with Louis Armstrong and Jelly Roll Morton!
All four albums have been digitally re-mastered for probably the finest ever sound quality!

CD1
1-7: ‘Happy Jazz - Henry Red Allen & his All-Stars’
1. Frankie And Johnny
2. I’ve Been Working On The Railroad
3. City Of The Blues
4. Careless Love
5. Bill Bailey Won’t You Please Come Home
6. Maryland, My Maryland
7. In The Good Old Summertime
8-12: ‘New Orleans Jazz - Wilbur De Paris & his Rampart St. Ramblers’
8. Sensation
9. Shreveport Stomp
10. Tres Moutarde
11. Hindustan
12. When The Saints Go Marching In
13-19: ‘George Wettling’s Jazz Band ft Wild Bill Davidson’
13. Collier’s Clambake
14. Collier’s Climb (Key Changin’ Blues)
15. Rose Room
16. After You’ve Gone
17. Indiana
18. As Long As I Live
19. A Good Man Is Hard To Find

CD2
1-10: ‘Bixieland - Eddie Condon & his All-Stars’
1. At The Jazz Band Ball
2. Ol’ Man River
3. I’ll Be A Friend With Pleasure
4. Singin’ The Blues
5. Fidgety Feet
6. From Monday On
7. I’m Comin’ Virginia
8. Royal Garden Blues
9. Louisiana
10. Jazz Me Blues
11-19: ‘Dixiecats - Dixieland All-Stars’
11. That’s A Plenty
12. Tin Roof Blues
13. Royal Garden Blues
14. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
15. Beale Street Blues
16. Muskrat Ramble
17. Basin Street Blues
18. Wolverine Blues
19. I’ve Found A New Baby

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