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Preservation Hall Jazz Band: Preservation

Label: Preservation Hall
Released: 2010
Track listing: Shake It And Break It (with Andrew Bird); Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea (with Paolo Nutini); Tootie Ma Was A Big Fine Thing (with Tom Waits); Louisiana Fairytale (with Yim Yames); After You've Gone (with Del McCoury); Freight Train (with Ani DeFranco); Blue Skies (with Pete Seeger and Tao Rodriguez-Seeger); Nobody Knows You (with Jason Isbell); Old Rugged Cross (with Brandi Carlile); Trouble in Mind (with Richie Havens); Basin Street Blues (with Merle Haggard); There Is A Light (with Blind Boys of Alabama); Winin Boy (with Dr. John); Rockin Chair (with Louis Armstrong); Baby Won't You Please Come Home (with Amy LaVere); Tain't Nobody's Business (Steve Earle); Some Cold Rainy Day (with Cory Chisel); I Ain't Got Nobody (with Buddy Miller); La Vie En Rose (with Angelique Kidjo and Terence Blanchard).

Preservation Hall Jazz Band: Preservation

Read "Preservation Hall Jazz Band: Preservation" reviewed by Wade Luquet

Preservation Hall Jazz Band Preservation: An Album To Benefit Preservation Hall & The Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program Preservation Hall 2010 What do you get when you cross America's best traditional jazz band with 20 emerging or legendary musical artists? You get a terrific collection of highly listenable traditional jazz ...


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