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A JAZZ GUMBO - Volume 2 - Various Artists

A JAZZ GUMBO - Volume 2 - Various Artists
CD / Product Number: JCCD3005

The much-awaited second volume from 1993’s French Quarter Festival in New Orleans.

A Jazz Gumbo then is an excellent description for the recent production of Big Bill Bissonnette's Jazz Crusade label! T his latest CD is a melting pot full of good things which the titles alone disclose. This is a line - up of 18 of the best New Orleans stylists in the world. The music is best described as hot, exciting and very much alive. The recording quality is first class … .. All in all, I think that this CD is a valuable contribution to anyone's jazz collection.
Terry K. Offord, Jazz Rag, New Zealand

If you like your New Orleans jazz a little raw and a lot lusty, you shou ld enjoy this stomping session. Victory Review, USA, John R. Elwood

Personnel on this CD include Milton Batiste, Clint Baker, Brian Finigan (tp), Sammy Rimington, Paul Boehmke (reeds), Mike Owen, Big Bill Bissonnette (tb) Sadie Goodson-Colar, Emil Mark, Andrew Hall (pn), Emil Mark, John Chaffe (bn), Julian Davies, Colin Bray, Martina Hafner (sbs), Tuba Fats, Edgar Smith (bbs), Emile Martyn, Andrew Hall (dm), Linda Young (v)



1. Shake It Break It - The Punch Miller-Albert Warner Memorial Band
2. Move the Body Over - The Punch Miller-Albert Warner Memorial Band
3. Sing On - Milton Batiste's Great 8
4. Yes Sir, That s My Baby - Milton Batiste's Great 8
5. Ain't Gonna Give You No Jelly Roll - Linda Young with Tuba Fats' Jelly Rollers
6. Redwing - The Jazz Crusade Revival Band
7. 727 Ursalline Street Blues - The Jazz Crusade Revival Band
8. You Can Depend On Me - Sadie Goodson-Cola Sings
9. You Tell Me Your Dream - Bill's Big Buddies
10. Gettysburg March - The Massed Bands