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The Six and Seven-Eights String Band of New Orleans (1956)  CD

The Six and Seven-Eights String Band of New Orleans (1956) CD

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"This item is part of the Folkways archives.  The original liner notes from the LP are included."

New Orleans string band jazz was popular between 1910 and 1925, but the genre was seldom recorded. This ensemblefeaturing Bill Kleppinger, Bernie Shields, Edmond Souchon, and Frank "Red" Mackiebegan playing in 1913 and performs the traditional New Orleans jazz band repertoire on mandolin, guitar, steel guitar, and bass.

Tracks
1. Original Dixieland Jazz Band One-Step - 1:40    
2. Jealous - 2:36    
3. When the Saints Go Marching In - 1:32    
4. Medley in "D" - Hawaiian Guitar Solo - 2:10    
5. High Society - Introducing, Maryland - 3:39    
6. Old Green River - 1:44    
7. Tico-Tico - 1:15    
8. Donna Clara - 1:47    
9. Medley: Winter Nights, Stumbling - 3:01    
10. Who's Sorry Now - 3:01    
11. My Josephine - 1:58    
12. Bei Mir Bist Du Schon - 1:54    
13. Clarinet Marmalade - 2:09    
14. Lazy River - Introducing, Changes - 3:14    
15. Tico-Tico - 1:15    
16. Original Dixieland Jazz Band One-Step - 1:46    
17. Tiger Rag - 1:37


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