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On Campus

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
Track listing: Across the Field; Go, U. Northwestern; Notre Dame Victory March; Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech; Tiger Rag; Indiana, Our Indiana; On Wisconsin; Washington and Lee Swing; The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi; The Wiffenpoof Song; Far Above Cayuga's Waters.

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Dixieland Ramblers: On Campus

Read "On Campus" reviewed by Jim Santella

Dixieland never went out of style. Neither has college football. 'Tis the season to enjoy what you've always liked. With their fourth release on Summit Records, the Dixieland Ramblers swing with the kind of spirit that motivates college teams and gives us listeners a feel good attitude. Notre Dame's fight song has never swung ...

Live And Lighting It Up In New Orleans

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2003
Track listing: Hindustan; Milneburg Joys; Chinatown, My Chinatown; I

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The Dixieland Ramblers: Live And Lighting It Up In New Orleans

Read "Live And Lighting It Up In New Orleans" reviewed by Jim Santella

Five of the six traditional jazz artists heard here have paid their dues with The Dukes Of Dixieland. While it was a relaxed night out on the town for this group of veterans, recorded in action at the Old Point Bar across the river in Algiers, the session emphasizes superb virtuosity from each of the six ...


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