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PKCD-161

RAE BROTHERS NEW ORLEANS JAZZ BAND "Echoes From The Dance Halls"

This very popular N.O.-style band are joined by Gordon Pettit, unquestionably one of our finest New Orleans-style drummers. The rest of the band is unchanged from their previous two CDs. The tunes include:- Yours, April In Portugal, Milneburg Joys, Ice Cream, Storyville Blues, Moose March, You Are My Sunshine, Careless Love, The Old Hickory Cane, Tishomingo Blues, Big Chief Battleaxe, Darkness On The Delta. (63 mins)

PKCD-164

EXCELSIOR VINTAGE JAZZ BAND "Blowin' A Storm"

Since the band's last recording in 1999 they have been joined by Bob Ward (tb) and on this CD they certainly do blow a storm. Led by Jim Holmes tpt and with Ron Rumbol cl, Doug Kennedy bjo, Ray Goold bs and Dave Evans dms they play some excellent New Orleans-style jazz, including:- Move The Body Over, September In The Rain, Beautiful Dreamer, Mama Inez, Up Jumped The Devil, Out In The Cold Again, June Night. (73 mins)

PKCD-165

ANNIE HAWKINS' NEW ORLEANS LEGACY "Some Of These Days"

On this recording by Annie Hawkins' fine New Orleans-style band, live at the 2000 Bude Festival, the line-up is David Copperwaite tpt, Dave Vickers tb, George Berry reeds, Mike Lunn bjo, Annie Hawkins bs, and Gordon Pettit dms. The tunes include:- Royal Telephone, Some Of These Days, Dallas Blues, One Sweet Letter From You, Pretend, In The Sweet Bye And Bye, Tin Roof Blues, Sweethearts On Parade, Down In Jungle Town. (74 mins)

PKCD-166

THE KEITH NICHOLS BLUE FOUR "Rhythm of the Day"

For quality of music, exuberance and pure entertainment this amazing quartet (live at Keswick 2000) would take some beating. Of course with this line-up - Keith Nichols pno and vocals, Norman Field cl, saxes etc, Chris Howse gtr and bjo, and Colin Turner bass sax - you can't go far wrong. The tunes include:- That's A Plenty, Someday Sweetheart, Rhythm Of The Day, Miss Hannah, Singin' The Blues, Heliotrope Bouquet, San. (68min)

PKCD-171

YERBA BUENA CELEBRATION BAND "Creole Belle"

It's over three years since this excellent Frisco-style band last recorded (PKCD-094). The band is almost unchanged from the '97 recording - Dave Waskett and Mike Barry cornets, John Rogers cl, George Tidiman tb, John Collinson pno, Dave Fawcett bjo, Graham Wiseman sousa, Jerry Card dms. The tunes include:- Creole Belle, Ostrich Walk, Bluin' The Blues, Weatherbird Rag, 1919 March, Oriental Strut, Chimes Blues. (64mins)

PKCD-172

BRIAN CARRICK'S ALGIERS STOMPERS "Can I Sleep In Your Arms Tonight Lady"

Recorded live at two sessions at the 2000 Bude Festival, the band line-up (same as PKCD-112) is Derek Winters tpt, Brian Carrick tenor sax, cl, Chas Hudson tb, Mike Lunn pno, Mike Cox bjo, Bill Cole bs, Guy Fenton dms. The tunes includes some old favourites and a couple of brand new gems:- Over The Waves, All I Do Is Dream Of You, By The Old Red Mill, The 9th Ward Song, Marie, Can I Sleep In Your Arms Tonight Lady. (68mins)

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