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Friar's Inn Revisited

Label: Delmark Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: 01. Intro to Angry; 02. Angry; 03. Sobbin’ Blues; 04. That’s a Plenty; 05. Tin Roof Blues; 06. Panama; 07. Clarinet Marmalade; 08. NORK Blues; 09. Sensation; 10. JaDa; 11. The Real Thing; 12. After You’ve Gone; 13. I Know That You Know.

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Article: Album Review

Art Hodes: Friar's Inn Revisited

Read "Friar's Inn Revisited" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


L’intento era quello di riproporre la musica dei New Orleans Rhythm Kings, il miglior gruppo bianco di jazz tradizionale nella Chicago degli anni ’20. A far rivivere la gioiosa prassi strumentale di Paul Mares e Leon Roppolo è un sestetto di veterani del jazz delle origini, capitanato dal pianista Art Hodes (1904-1993). Figura di spicco di ...

Album

Friar's Inn Revisited

Label: Delmark Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Intro To Angry; Angry; Sobbin' Blues; That's A Plenty; TinRoof Blues; Panama; Clarinet Marmalade; NORK Blues; Sensation; Ja Da; The Real Thing; After You've Gone (alternate); I Know That You Know (alternate).

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Article: Album Review

Art Hodes: Friar's Inn Revisited

Read "Friar's Inn Revisited" reviewed by Nic Jones


Delmark has hit the spot with this reissue in terms of music as social history. Trombonist George Brunis and clarinetist Volly DeFaut were both members of the New Orleans Rhythm Kings, a band that played Friar's Inn in Chicago in the 1920s, and at the time this music was caught--over the course of various dates in ...


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