An uplifting spiritual journey of music and vocals, featuring Claudia Schmidt
Featuring the infamous Lithuanian set.
Irreverence at its most irreverent.
We came across a video that highlights the ‘back story’ of how the best photograph in classic jazz history was conceived and created. Shot in 1958, the image features most of the best jazz performers of the era. Eve Perry, a Facebook friend of our marketing person, reposted it. Thank you, Eve.
A priceless link to some of the happiest music on earth by the NRB:
Trumpet: Dave Tatrow
Trombone: Keith DeWitt
Clarinet/Saxes: Vincent O’Keeffe
String Bass: Ted Harley
Banjo/Guitar: Dave Miller
Drums: Rick Bryant
Piano/Patter: Dave Oppermann
Vocals Tatrow, DeWitt, Miller
1. Announcer Intro (0:10)
2. Alexander’s Ragtime Band (3:42)
3. The Lithuanian Connection (1:20)
4. It Don’t Mean a Thing (4:10)
5. Otisville Funeral and Pizza Parlor (0:56)
6. St. James Infirmary (6:26)
7. Hippity Hop Chat and Attractive Lady (1:49)
8. Slide Frog Slide (1:47)
9. Shi-Nay Intro (0:45)
10. Shine (4:33)
11. Self-Invite to Sacramento Jazz Festival (1:55)
12. I Would Do Most Anything for You (4:57)
13. Here all Weekend and Band Intro (1:36)
14. Down in Jungletown (5:29)
Live at the Nugget CD
$15 + $3* = $18
*flat rate shipping no matter how many CDs ordered at same time
**Original recording 1986. Digitally remastered 2016
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