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ANOTHER EVENING AT JIMMY RYAN S - Wilbur DeParis with the Rampart Street Ramblers

ANOTHER EVENING AT JIMMY RYAN S - Wilbur DeParis with the Rampart Street Ramblers
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CD / Product Number: JCCD3061

Of all the jazz hot spots that crowded 42nd Street in New York in the 1950s,Ryan's swung the most, monster, mostests! Once inside, the magic began. It was always packed. All of your favourites were heard alongside new material every time you went. That's what this recording is all about. It was recorded live and on the spot. You might have been there - you'll wish you had been!
Wilbur is joined by Sidney de Paris, Omar Simeon, Don Kirkpatrick, Norman Lester, Eddie Gibbs, Danny Barker and Freddie Moore. These New York recordings date from 1951-1952.

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ANOTHER EVENING AT JIMMY RYAN S - Wilbur DeParis

Recorded at Jimmy Ryan s, NYC
Tracks 1-3 June 5th 1953
Tracks 3-4 May 14th 1952
Track 6 December 12th 1951
Tracks 8,9 11 May 1st 1952
Track 12 April 15th 1952
Track 13 May 29th 1952

1. Prelude in C sharp minor
2. There s a Girl in the Heart of Maryland my Maryland
3. Martinique
4. At A Georgia Camp Meeting
5. The Pearls
6. Milneberg Joys
7. Florida Blues
8. Twelfth Street Rag
9. Blame it on the Blues
10. Alexander s Ragtime Band
11. Fiddle up your Ragtime Band
12. Waitin for the Robert E Lee
13. South Rampart Street Parade

Reviews of This Recording

Cadence Magazine - U.S.A.
What trombonist Wilbur DeParis and his Rampart Street Ramblers have going for them is a bright New Orleans style make-up, thanks largely to the presence of ace banjoist Eddie Gibbs whose assertive rhythms quicken every number but two - on which he's replaced by the more subdued Danny Barker. Wilbur DeParis is an excellent ensemble player, as is his trumpet-playing brother, Sidney, but the groups star soloist is clarinetist Omer Simeon with pianist Don Kirkpatrick only a stride or so behind. For a style of music that's considered by many to be passé, DeParis and his colleagues manage to generate an ample supply of warmth and enthusiasm. Wherever they are now, they may still be listening for a well-earned round of applause. - Jack Bowers