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Jam Session Coast To Coast/Jammin' at Condon's

Jam Session Coast To Coast/Jammin' at Condon's by Eddie Condon buy album

Eddie Condon

Label: Collectables
Released: 2003
Views: 2,847

Track Listing

Disc One: 1. Beale Street Blues 2. Emaline/Don't Worry 'Bout Me/I Can't Give You Anything but Love 3. Riverboat Shuffle 4. Jam Session Blues/Ole Miss 5. (What Did I Do to Be So) Black and Blue 6. I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None O' This Jelly Roll 7. Ja-Da 8. The Sheik of Araby 9. Squeeze Me 10. South Rampart Street Parade. Disc Two: 1. There'll Be Some Changes Made 2. How Come You Do Me Like You Do? 3. Blues My Naughty Sweety Gave Me 4. Tin Roof Blues 5. When My Sugar Walks Down the Street

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Additional Personnel / Information

Disc One: Eddie Condon (Guitar), Bud Freeman (Tenor Saxophone), Billy Butterfield (Trumpet), Dick Cary (Piano), Edmond Hall (Clarinet), Peanuts Hucko (Clarinet), Lou McGarity (Trombone), Wild Bill Davison (Cornet), Cutty Cutshall (Trombone), Al Hall (Bass), Cliff Leeman (Drums), Gene Schroeder (Piano). Disc Two: Eddie Condon: (guitar), Wild Bill Davison (cornet), Cutty Cutshall (trombone), Edmond Hall (clarinet), Gene Schroeder (piano), Walter Page (bass), Dick Cary (trumpet), Lou McGarrity (trombone), Peanuts Hucko (clarinet), Cliff Leeman (drums), George Wettling (drums), Rampart Street Paraders.


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