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THE BEST OF BRITISH JAZZ FROM THE BBC JAZZ CLUB Volume 4 - Various Artists

THE BEST OF BRITISH JAZZ FROM THE BBC JAZZ CLUB Volume 4 - Various Artists
£12.99
CD / Product Number: URCD122

The fourth CD in our series offers two bands' attempts to play basic Chicago style dixieland - Alex Welsh and his Band and Diz Disley and his String QuartetThe third band - Mick Mulligan's Magnolia Jazz Band with George Melly -was known for its gutsy kick to the music. All in all 20 terrific sounds for your collection!

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The Best of British Jazz from the BBC Jazz Club Vol 4

Tracks 1 to 10 Alex Welsh and his Band - Alex Welsh - Roy Crimins - Archie Semple - Fred Hunt - Bill Reid - Johnny Richardson
Tracks 11 to 14 Diz Disley and his String Qaurtet - Diz Disley - Danny Purssold - Neville Skrimshire - Dick Powell - Tim Mahn
Tracks 15 to 20 Mick Mulligan’s Magnolia Jazz Band with George Melly - Mick Mulligan - Frank Parr - Ian Christie - Ronnie Duff - Neville Skrimshire - Terry Forster - Pete Appelby - George Melly

1. S’Wonderful – Gershwin
2. Blue Turning Grey over you – Waller Razaf
3. Chinatown, my Chinatown – SchwartzJerome
4. The Preacher – Silver
5. Sidewalk Blues – Morton-Melrose
6. As Long as I Live – Arlen-Koehler
7. On the Alamo - Jones-Kahn-Lyons
8. Everybody Loves my Baby – Palmer Williams
9. Exactly Like You – Fields-McHugh
10. There’ll be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight – Hayden-Metz
11. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea – Arlen-Koehler
12. Oui – Reinhardt
13. Shine – Brown-dabney-Mack
14. Crying the Blues – Terry-McGee
15. Ding Dong Daddy from Dumas – Phil Baxter
16. Hesitation Blues – Handy
17. Muddy Water – De Rose-Trent-Richman
18. Wolverine Blues – Morton-Spikes
19. It’s only a Shanty in Old Shanty Town – Young-Little-Siras
20. Shim-me-sha-wobble – Williams

Reviews of This Recording

Good music on this album from the often indiscriminately maligned Trad boom era. Jazz Journal