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Period's Jazz Digest

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Various Artists

Label: Empire Musicwerks
Released: 2005
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Track Listing

"Flow Gently Sweet Rhythm" - Charlie Shavers; "Danse Norvegienne" - Django Reinhardt; "Pee Wee Blues" - Pee Wee Russell; "Davenport Blues" - Jack Teagarden; "Baby Please Don't Go" - Big Bill Broonzy; "I'm Coming Virginia" - Maxine Sullivan; "Rose Room" - Charlie Shavers; "Nuages" - Django Reinhardt; "That Old Feeling" - Pee Wee Russell; "She's Too Much For Me" - Josh White; "Meet Me Where They Play The Blues" - Jack Teagarden; "It All Depends On You" - Pee Wee Russell; "A Letter To My Baby" - Big Bill Broonzy; "Melodie Au Crepuscule" - Django Reinhardt; "Loch Lomond" - Maxine Sullivan; "Evil Hearted Me" - Josh White; "Oh No!" - Pee Wee Russell.

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Charlie Shavers, Dick Cary, Ruby Braff: trumpet; Jack Teagarden: trombone, vocals; Vic Dickenson: trombone; Buster Bailey, Pee Wee Russell, Edmond Hall, Hubert Rostaing: clarinet; Russell Procope, Hilton Jefferson: alto saxophone; Bud Freeman: tenor saxophone; Billy Kyle, Nat Pierce, Leonard Feather, Dick Hyman: piano; Sammy Benskin: organ; Django Reinhardt, Carl Kress: guitar; Aaron Bell, Charles Potter, Walter Page: bass; Specs Powell, Karl Kiffe, Ray Bauduc, Louis Barnum: drums; Big Bill Broonzy, Josh White: guitar, vocals; Maxine Sullivan, Beverly White, William White, Sam Gary: vocals.


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