Joe Darensbourg And His Dixie Flyers - On A Lark - In Dixieland download album
On A Lark In Dixieland (LP). Joe Darensbourg And His Dixie Flyers.
Darensbourg's Los Angeles-based septet features trumpeter Michael DeLay, trombonist Warren Smith, and pianist Harvey Brooks playing such Dixieland standards as "Just a Little While to Stay Here," "That Da-Da Strain," "Copenhagen," and "Sweet Georgia Brown," with Darensbourg displaying his slap-tonguing technique on "Yellow Dog Blues. One of his best sessions.
Musician performer: Joe Darensbourg And His Dixie Flyers. Title: On A Lark - In Dixieland.
All songs from On A Lark In Dixieland. Coros Cantores De Madrid Jose Perera The Original Broadway Cast Of Do Re Mi Laura Brand Scottish Junior Singers Brand Sisters Glasgow Police Male Voice Choir Ian Powrie & His Band Jack Leonard And Chorus Aki Aleong And His Licorice Twisters Ronnie Aldrich & The Squadcats Bill Savill Doug Fowlkes And The Airdales Jelly James And His Fewisicans Fess Williams & His Royal Flush Orchestra Mark.
Joe Darensbourg (July 9, 1906–May 24, 1985) was an American New Orleans based jazz clarinetist and saxophonist notable for his work with Buddy Petit, Jelly Roll Morton, Charlie Creath, Fate Marable, Andy Kirk, Johnny Wittwer, Kid Ory, Wingy Manone, Joe Liggins and Louis Armstrong. The Web's Largest Resource for. Music, Songs & Lyrics. A Member Of The STANDS4 Network.
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|A1||Yellow Dog Blues|
|A2||Just A Little Time To Stay Here|
|A3||How Long Blues|
|A4||That Da-Da Strain|
|A5||When My Dream Boat Comes Home|
|B1||Dixie Flyer March|
|B5||Winin' Boy Blues|
|B6||Sweet Georgia Brown|
NotesDeep blue colored vinyl pressing
|LLP-331||Joe Darensbourg And His Dixie Flyers||On A Lark - In Dixieland (LP)||Lark Records||LLP-331||US||Unknown|
|LAE. 12149||Joe Darensbourg And His Dixie Flyers||On A Lark In Dixieland (LP)||VOGUE||LAE. 12149||UK||1959|