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The Influence of Bix Beiderbecke - Vol. One (USA)/ Vol. Two (Europe)

The Influence of Bix Beiderbecke - Vol. One (USA)/ Vol. Two (Europe) by Bix Beiderbecke buy album

Bix Beiderbecke

Label: Jass Masters
Released: 2009
Views: 3,901

Track Listing

CD1: You'll Never Get to Heaven With Those Eyes; Where's My Sweetie Hiding?; Doo Wacka Doo; Cataract Rag Blues; Riverboat Shuffle; Tiger Rag; The Co-Ed; Davenport Blues; A Good Man Is Hard to Find; Liza; Since My Best Gal Turned Me Down; Why Do I Love You?; Crazy Rhythm; Hula Girl; Out Where The Blues Begain; Wedding Bells; The Eyes of Texas; Broadway Rose; Alabammy Snow; When A Woman Loves A Man; Papa's Gone; No Trumps; Little Did I Know; Jazz Me Blues; The Blue Room. CD2: Tiger Rag; Riverboat Shuffle; Sugar; There's A Cradle in Caroline; Dance, Little Lady; Some Hauntin' Tune; I'm Glad; Nobody's Fault But Your Own; Louisiana; Oh! What A Night for Love; Forget Me Not; A Dicky Bird Told Me So; Gregorology; In the Moonlight; South Sea Rose; Every Day Away From You; The Song of the Dawn; I'm Singing My Way Round the World; A Miss Is As Good as a Mile; Minns Du?; A Ship Without A Sail; Kalua; Follow A Star - Selection; With My Guitar and You; Whispering.

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Various artists including Red Nichols: cornet; Perley Breed: reeds; Brad Gowans: reeds, trombone; Leroy Morris: cornet; Fred Rollinson: cornet; Rex "Curley" Preiss: cornet; Tommy Dorsey: trombone; Jimmy Dorsey: clarinet; Adrian Rollini: bass saxophone; Stan King: drums; Sterling Bose: cornet; Miff Mole: trombone; Arthur Schutt: piano; Dick McDonough: banjo, guitar; Ray Bauduc: drums; Jimmy McPartland: cornet; Frank Teschmacher: clarinet; Bud Freeman: tenor saxophone; Joe Sullivan: piano; Eddie Condon: banjo; Jim Lanigan: bass; Gene Krupa: drums; Paul Weirick: trumpet; Manny Klein: trumpet; Carl Kress: guitar; Jack Teagarden: trombone; Benny Goodman: clarinet; Tommy Gott: trumpet; Bob Mayhew: trumpet; Andy Secrest: cornet; Snoozer Quinn: guitar; Libby Holman: vocal; Phil Napoleon: trumpet; Joe Venuti: violin; Tom Smith: trumpet; Jack Jackson: trumpet; Norman Payne: trumpet; Sylvester Ahola: trumpet; Max Goldberg: trumpet; Phillipe Brun: cornet; Danny Polo: clarinet; Philip Buchel: alto saxophone, vocal; Buddy Featherstonhaugh: tenor saxophone; Spike Hughes: bass.


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