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Brian Carpenter’s Ghost Train Orchestra: Book Of Rhapsodies Vol. II

Read "Book Of Rhapsodies Vol. II" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

There have been several ensembles in the past couple of decades that delved into the novelty jazz recordings of the Thirties and Forties. In the Netherlands there have been The Beau Hunks and the Willem Breuker Kollektief and in this country there have been Don Byron's Bug Music group and Brian Carpenter's Ghost Train Orchestra.

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New Years Eve in a Haunted House

Featuring the music of Brian Carpenter's Ghost Train Orchestra
Duration: 2:31

GHOST TRAIN ORCHESTRA plays Raymond Scott's "New Years Eve in a Haunted House"
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Brian Carpenter's Ghost Train Orchestra: Hothouse Stomp

Read "Hothouse Stomp" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Capita, quando meno te l'aspetti, che un disco ti colpisca in pieno volto, come un sonoro schiaffo. Un disco dal quale, magari, non ti aspettavi nulla di particolare, e che invece, ascolto dopo ascolto (ma in questo caso ne è bastato uno per cedere di schianto) dispiega la sua irresistibile bellezza, l'incontornabile felicità espressiva, l'imperdonabile (come ...


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