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Tracks 1-13 Recorded at Ultrasonic Studios New Orleans August 1979 featuring Teddy Riley - trumpet, flugel horn, leader and vocals with Waldren Frog Joseph - trombone Manuel Crusto - clarinet, Jeanette Kimball - piano, Les Muscutt - banjo and guitar, Brian Turnock - string bass, John Rubichaux - drums and vocals.
Tracks 14-17 recorded live in New Orleans in September 1985 featuring Teddy Riley with Wendell Eugene - trombone, Clarence Ford - clarinet, ... [MORE]
Recorded at Ultrasonic Studio New Orleans on November 9th 1988.Chuck Carbo was the son of a preacher man and made his first recordings with the Spiders, formerly Southernaires Gospel Group in 1953. He toured extensively both with the Spiders and a range of other groups. This album showcases his great vocal talent which earned him the nickname, 'The Voice of New Orleans'.
The full personnel on this album are Chuck Carbo vocals - Ed Frank piano and ... [MORE]
The music here was recorded in New Orleans in August 1960 and reflects what is now a bygone musicality. Major labels had little interest in recording in New Orleans and it was left to private enthusiasts to document the music of the city in the 40s and 50s. Charlie Love and his band played with charm and sincerity and from the heart, and this recording is thanks to local fans Walter Esselinck and Ralph Collins.
Personnel of Charlie Love's Cado Jazz ... [MORE]
Earl Humphrey was a renowned trombone player, one of three Humphrey brothers born in New Orleans and taught to play by their grandfather who was a famous music teacher at the time. He stayed in New Orleans playing with numerous bands during the 20s, including those of Lee Collins, Buddy Pettit, Chris Kelly and Louis Dumaine. During the 30s he moved to Charlottesville, Virginia and quit music, but he returned to New Orleans in 1964 after his wife passed, ... [MORE]
Featuring Reine Rimon and New Orleanians with special guests Michael White - Chester Zads - Stanley Stephens - Gregg Stafford and Sadie Goodson
Tracks 1-9 recorded at Niteshade Studios New Orleans 1986. Tracks 10-16 recorded at Oliver House New Orleans 1987. [MORE]
Recorded in April 2015 at the legendary Dew Drop Social and Dance Hall in Mandeville, Louisiana on the northern shore of Lake Ponchatrain. It was a stormy day and the band and recording team only just made it to the venue! But the trip was well worth it as you will hear! 18 tracks with Brian Carrick and his clarinet leading an ace team of New Orleans musicians - Mark Braud trumpet and vocals, Ronell Johnson trombone and sousaphone, Rickie Monie piano, ... [MORE]
This album features Sheik Sadie's 'Good Time Music' without the race horse tempos or slick commercial sounds usually associated with and often found in the Clubs and Bars along Bourbon Street!
The personnel on these tracks are combinations of these artists: George 'Kid Sheik' Cola - Trumpet and vocal, Sadie Goodston Cola - Piano, Frank 'Dude' Fields - String Bass, Milford S. Dolliole - Drums.
Recorded at Ultronic Studios, New Orleans August 1st ... [MORE]
Recorded at Preservation Hall, New Orleans on 10th November 2008 by David Farrell. 11 tracks with 74 minutes and 39 seconds playing time.
Full band personnel for the session were Darryl Adams - alto sax / vocals, Robert Harris - trombone / vocals, Andrew Hall - drums, Patrick Tevlin - trumpet / vocals, Hans 'Hassa' Jorgensen - banjo, Knud Lauridsen - piano and Brian Carrick - clarinet and vocals. [MORE]
Brian Carrick is one of the UK's finest clarinet players and has led bands for many years on both sides of the Atlantic. On this recording he comes together with hand-picked New Orleans masters for a thumping session of tunes - recorded 'live' at the Louisiana Music Factory in New Orleans on November 2nd 2006.
The musicians joining him here are Dwayne Burns, trumpet and vocals, Maynard Chatters trombone and vocals, Louis Ford tenor and soprano sax and ... [MORE]
Recordings from the Ultrasonic Studios in New Orleans from August 1984. Michael White (clarinet)and his New Orleans Liberty Street 3 with Chester Zardis (string bass) and Sadie Goodson Cola (piano and vocal)For the 5-piece band add Vernon Gilbert (trumpet) and Clement Terevalon (trombone and vocal). 52mins playing time [MORE]
17 tracks from the New Orleans vaults to celebrate 25 years of 504 Records. All tracks were recorded in New Orleans between 1949-2000. Artists here include Papa Celestin, Basin Street Six, Kid Thomas' Dixieland Band, Chief John Brunious, Sam Rimington and Earl Humphrey.
Full details of bands and tracks inside. [MORE]
The Young Tuxedo Brass Band was formed in New Orleans and has played all types of functions including Parades and Funerals, usually with a regular 10 or 11-piece band. This album was recorded in the summer of 1983 with a full 11-piece band. This is a traditional old-style New Orleans Brass Band, so sit back and enjoy.
Full personnel are Herman Sherman - alto sax and Leader, Michael White - clarinets, Joseph Tarregano - tenor sax, Joseph 'Little Jack' ... [MORE]
Everybody knows him. King size hat and cigar, even bigger smile. George 'Kid Sheik' Cola is presented here leading his famous Storyville Ramblers, until recently his regular Preservation Hall Band. This CD version of the original LP has further unreleased tracks from the original session from 1981. Band personnel are Kid Sheik Cola - leader, trumpet and vocals, Louis Nelson - trombone, Clarence Ford - clarinet and tenor sax, Jeanette Kimball - piano, Les ... [MORE]
This is volume 7 of the Lord Richards New Orleans Sessions and features some of the greats of NO jazz in the 60s. 18 tracks running 66 minutes and 55 seconds. Artists here are The Louis James Orchestra, Louis Nelson Serenaders, Emile Barnes Quartet, Capt Handy’s NO Four, Doc Paulin and his Dixieland Band, The Kid Thomas Band, Dan Pawson’s Artisan Hall Stompers, Billie and DeDe Pierce and The Eagle Brass Band. [MORE]
5 sessions here from Dan Pawson in his many musical guises.
Tracks 1-3 feature Dan Pawson with his Artesian Hall Stompers and were recorded in Birmingham England in November 1971.
Tracks 4-6 feature Dan's trumpet with Andrew Hall's Band and were recorded in Middlesex England in February 1977.
Tracks 7-9 see Dan with The Teddy Johnson Funky Five and were recorded at Ultrasonic Studios New Orleans in February 1978.
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THE LORD RICHARD NEW ORLEANS SESSIONS Volume 5
This CD features two great New Orleans artists. The first is The Louis James Orchestra featuring Earl Humphrey and Andrew Morgan recorded in New Orleans in 1967.
The second features Capt. John Handy's New Orleans Four and was recorded in Egham, England in 1966. [MORE]
The Lord Richard New Orleans Sessions - Volume 4
DeDe Pierce, trumpet and vocals - Louis Nelson, trombone
Billie Pierce, piano and vocals - Chester Zardis, string bass
Cie Fraser - drums
Recorded in Stuttgart, Germany 23rd January 1967 and featuring 13 previously unreleased tracks. [MORE]
The Lord Richard New Orleans Sessions volume 3
Tracks 1-6 Dan Pawson's Artesian Hall Stompers featuring Dan Pawson with Dave Senior, Dick Bridges, Clinton Sedgley, Derek T Jones and Paul Spud Spedding recorded 1966.
Tracks 7-9 Louis Nelson's Serenaders featuring Dan with Louis Nelson, Bill Greenow, Richard Simmons, Brian Turnock and Barry Kid Martyn. Recorded 1967
Tracks 10-12 The Eagle Brass Band featuring Dan with Louis Nelson, Mike Casimir, ... [MORE]
The two sessions on this CD are two of the most significant recordings of the Kid Thomas Band in existence.
The first four tracks are Kid Thomas and his Algiers Stompers recorded at Preservation, Hall New Orleans in November 1961. This is the first release of these tracks. Artists in the band include George Lewis, Louis Nelson, Emanuel Paul and Sammy Penn.
Tracks 5-15 feature Kid Thomas Dixieland Band and were recorded at Kohlman's Tavern in ... [MORE]
Two sessions with the legendary trombonist Louis Nelson dating from 1967 featuring Dan Pawson. There are 12 tracks with the Kid Martyn Band and a further11 with Martyn's Eagle Brass Band.
The two sessions were recorded in London, the first in June 1967 and the second in July. Includes 6 previously unreleased tracks. Louis Nelson's trombone and Dan Pawson's trumpet and violin are joined on the Band tracks by Bill Greenow clarinet and saxes, Richard ... [MORE]
Recorded a the Royal Street Studios New Orleans in April 2000. Dwayne Burns is one of the few trumpeters in New Orleans today who still plays in the old style. He has toured extensively in Europe and the USA as well has his regular gigs in New Orleans. He is also a regular member of Walter Payton's Snap Bean and File Gumbo Bands!
Band personnel are DWAYNE BURNS trumpet and vocals, FREDDIE LONZO trombone, DANIEL FARROWtenor and baritone sax, ERIC ... [MORE]
Paul Barbarin was one of the most loved and respected musicians in New Orleans. His early career was varied, playing with King Oliver in Chicago in 1918, and then with a series of bands in New Orleans during the 1920s. In 1927 he joined Henry 'Red' Allen in New Orleans for many years, with breaks to tour with Louis Armstrong, and later playing with Sidney Bechet and Pops Foster. In the boom revival years of the 40s he found his mark with Papa Celestin and ... [MORE]
These two sessions were recorded at St Martin's in the Fields and then St Paul's Cathedral in London in July 1968. Dejan's Olympia Brass Band was on tour in London and bringing a real taste of New Orleans Marching Bands to the British capital.
Harold Dejan's Olympia Brass Band featuring Andrew Anderson
Milton Batise trumpets - Paul Crawford trombone
Emanuel Paul tenor sax - Harold Dejan alto sax
Andrew Jefferson snare drums - Henry ... [MORE]
This is the final part of the series featuring Kid Ory and his Creole Jazzband live in 1949. Parts 1 and 2 are on 504CD85 and parts 3 and 4 on 504CD86. Musos are Kid Ory (tbn) Andrew Blakeney (tpt) Joe Darensbourt (clt) Buster wilson (pno) Ed Garland (bs) and Minor Hall (dms). [MORE]
Vibrant, good-time music, joyous and toe-tapping for sure, yet profound for all its apparent simplicity. Ory's men were hot!
Discs 3 and 4 of this live recording of Kid Ory and his Creole Jazzband from the Beverly Cavern, Hollywood, LA circa 1949. Personnel are Kid Ory (tbn) Andrew Blakeney (tpt) Joe Darensbourg (clt) Buster wilson (pno) Ed Garland (bs) Minor Hall (dms). [MORE]