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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 ...

Bourbon Street to Broadway

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Released: 2002
Track listing: Give My Regards to Broadway; Mame; 76 Trombones; I Could Have Danced All Night; Lady is a Tramp; It's All Right with Me; Sing, Sing, Sing; Summertime; Luck Be a Lady Tonight; Lady Be Good; Fascinating Rhythm; Old Man River; Cabaret; Stike Up the Band; Put on a Happy Face

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The Dixieland Ramblers: Bourbon Street to Broadway

Read "Bourbon Street to Broadway" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Bourbon Street to Broadway is a steaming collection of show tunes performed in true Dixieland fashion by a group that has proved more than capable of doing so. The Dixieland Ramblers, a group created by clarinetist Mike Bennett and drummer Tom Stevenson while the two were in high school, features a cast of extremely talented musicians ...


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