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St. Peter Street Strutters

Label: Delmark Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: St. Peter Street Strut; Winin' Boy Blues; The Pearls; Wolverine Blues; Snake Rag; Just A Closer Walk With Thee; Some Of These Days; After You've Gone; Dr Jazz; Kansas City Stomp; Mr. Jelly Lord; Angry; Sweet Substitute; Tiger Rag; Atlanta Blues.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bob Greene: St. Peter Street Strutters

Read "St. Peter Street Strutters" reviewed by Nic Jones

The more time passes the more important it becomes that traditional New Orleans jazz, like the music on St. Peter Street Strutters, is restored to the public domain. This might not be so much because of the music's history, however, as much as it's due to the fact that the playing of such vintage jazz in ...

St. Peter Street Strutters

Label: Delmark Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: St. Peter Street Strut; Winin' Boy Blues; The Pearls; Wolverine Blues; Snake Rag; Just a Closer Walk With Thee; Some of These Days; After You've Gone; Dr. Jazz; Kansas City Stomp; Mr. Jelly Lord; Angry; Sweet Substitute; Tiger Rag; Atlanta Blues.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bob Greene: St. Peter Street Strutters

Read "St. Peter Street Strutters" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Back in December 1964, pianist Bob Greene, cornetist Ernie Carson, tubaist Shorty Johnson and banjoist Steve Larner went into the studio to record this set of New Orleans tunes. The music was played by groups larger than a quartet, but size did not matter; the four filled the music with a sense of tradition that has ...


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