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| -+DeVOiD+- +FLACDiViSION+ / 2011/// P r e s e n t s VA-Compact_Jazz_Best_Of_Dixieland-CD-FLAC-1987-DeVOiD ___________________/ Release Iinfo Artist...: VA Album....: Compact Jazz: Best Of Dixieland Type.....: Normal Genre....: Jazz Label....: Verve Records Language.: English Year.....: 1987 Source...: CDDA R.Date...: 10-26-2012 Grabber..: EAC v1.0 beta 2 S.Date...: 00-00-1987 Encoder..: FLAC 1.2.1 Lossless Quality: 760 kbps Avg 44.1kHz 2 channels / Track List 01 Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band - Loveless Love 4:46 02 George Lewis And His Band - Beale Street 4:01 Blues 03 Louis Armstrong And His All Stars - Someday 2:30 You'll Be Sorry 04 Henry Red Allen Orchestra - Canal Street 3:47 Blues 05 Max Kaminsky And His All Star Dixieland Band 2:55 - Eccentric Rag 06 Eddie Condon And His Boys - St. Louis Blues 4:52 07 Jack Teagarden And His Sextett - Basin Street 5:10 Blues 08 Original Tuxedo Jass Band - Eh-La-Bas 5:18 09 Dejan's Original Olympia Brass Band - Over In 4:00 The Glory Land 10 Ken Colyer - Ballin' The Jack 3:17 11 Alex Welsh And His Jazz Band - Hindustan 3:01 12 Monty Sunshine's Jazz Band - Saturday Night 3:14 Function 13 Mr. Acker Bilk And His Paramount Jazz Band - 4:05 Perdido Street Blues 14 Terry Lightfoot - Savoy Blues 2:55 15 Chris Barber's Jazz Band - Stevedore Stomp 3:52 16 Humphry Lyttelton And His Band - Christopher 4:16 Columbus Total Size.: 16 Files/354.0MB/61:59 min | Release Notes In the 1940s, when blistering bebop scorched the American musical earth, traditional jazz was shunted to the sidelines, its players and fans scornfully dubbed "moldy figs." But "Dixieland", in its purest form the cornerstone of jazz, carried on and, indeed, experienced something of a revival on both sides of the Atlantic in the 1950s and early '60s. this set includes some of America's legends of classic jazz - Louis Armstrong, Jack Teagarden, Red Allen, Kid Ory, and George Lewis - plus two outstanding New Orleans ensembles, The Original Tuxedo "Jass" Band and Dejan's Original Olympia Brass Band. Eddie Condon, trad jazz's chief advocate, leads a group of all-stars who cut their teeth on the sounds of New Orleans; Condon's longtime associate Max Kaminsky does likewise. Rounding out these high-spirited proceedings are some of Great Britain's leading revivalists - Ken Colyer, Alex Welsh, Monty Sunshine, Mr. Acker Bilk, Terry Lightfoot, Chris Barber, and Humphrey Lyttelton. They carried teh classic jazz torch to the British pop charts just before the Beatles exploded.