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Album contains definitive 1953 recordings of clarinetist Lewis, who led the most authentic New Orleans jazz band. It's a New Orleans brass band that's come inside to play with a full rhythm section - relevant in spite of the vintage. It's blues, gospel, ragtime, and pop before rock. It struts and it stomps. These are the first studio recordings of the Lewis New Orleans Band that toured colleges, clubs and festivals and later settled in at Preservation Hall.
Album contains definitive 1953 recordings of clarinetist Lewis, who led the most authentic New Orleans jazz band. It's a New Orleans brass band that's come inside to play with a full rhythm section - relevant in spite of the vintage. It's blues, gospel, ragtime, and pop before rock. It struts and it stomps. These are the first studio recordings of the Lewis New Orleans Band that toured colleges, clubs and festivals and later settled in at Preservation Hall.
038153020125

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Format: CD
Label: DLM
Catalog: 201
Rel. Date: 05/08/2001
UPC: 038153020125

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Artist: George Lewis
Format: CD
New: Available $15.98
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DISC: 1

1. Lord, Lord, You Certainly Been Good to Me
2. Dallas Blues
3. Swanee River
4. Just a Closer Walk With Thee
5. Doctor Jazz
6. Jerusalem Blues
7. Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None of This Jelly Roll - (Mix 109)
8. Tin Roof Blues
9. Mama Don't Allow It
10. Dippermouth Blues

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Album contains definitive 1953 recordings of clarinetist Lewis, who led the most authentic New Orleans jazz band. It's a New Orleans brass band that's come inside to play with a full rhythm section - relevant in spite of the vintage. It's blues, gospel, ragtime, and pop before rock. It struts and it stomps. These are the first studio recordings of the Lewis New Orleans Band that toured colleges, clubs and festivals and later settled in at Preservation Hall.
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