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Performer:
Various Artists
Album:
Mardi Gras Parade Music from New Orleans
Style:
New Orleans Brass Bands,Big Band,Dixieland,New Orleans Jazz,New Orleans Jazz Revival,Swing
Date of release:
August 10, 1994
Duration:
01:09:47
FLAC vers. size:
1753 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1941 mb
WMA vers. size:
1758 mb
Other formats
TTA AC3 MMF WMA AUD MPC
Rating:
4.9 ★
Votes:
805

Mardi Gras Parade Music From New Orleans. Released by GHB Dec 2013 16 Tracks. Mardi Gras Parade Music From New Orleans is a English album released on Dec 2013. Mardi Gras Parade Music From New Orleans Album has 16 songs sung by Pete Fountain, santo pecora, Sharkey Bonano. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Mardi Gras Parade Music From New Orleans songs on Gaana.

Mardi Gras Parade - Emile Christian And His New Orleans Jazz Band. 2. Bourbon Street Parade - Santo Pecora And His New Orleans Rhythm Kings. 3. March Of The Bob Cats - Pete Fountain And His New Orleans Band. 4. Buzzard's Parade - Sharkey And His Kings Of Dixieland. 5. King Zulu Parade - Johnny Wiggs And His New Orleans Kings. I also chose a variety of artists CD's from New Orleans so was a great mix. I recommend New Orleans Second Line Mardi Gras Party, Treme Traditions, a variety of Galactic CD's, Trombone Shorty's CD's; "Backatown" and "Say That to Say This". I saw Trombone Shorty and Galactic in concert and enjoyed revisiting those songs they played on these CD's.

Free download and listen Mardi Gras Parade Music from New Orleans. Artists: Emile Christian. The Young Men Of New Orleans. Tracks count: 16. Views: 4. Emile Christian - Mardi Gras Parade 02:44. Santo Pecora - Bourbon Street Parade 04:06. Pete Fountain - March of the Bob Cats 03:48.

Come to the Mardi Gras. 13. How We Danced at the Mardi Gras.

After the Ball Is Over. A Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight. Chocko Mee Feendo Hey. Come to the Mardi Gras. My Indian Red. If Ever I Cease to Love. Why Don't You Go Down to New Orleans. That's Why I Like New Orleans.

This fascinating collection of music from the streets of New Orleans was recorded between 1954 and 1958, and includes an inspiring variety of material, from vegetable peddlers' street cries to the musical saw and brass bands, from a shoeshine boy's hambone to Sister Dora Alexander's impassioned "Russia, Let God's Moon Alone," written the day after Russia launched a satellite. To-wa-bac-a-way - The Indian Race. Mardi Gras Indians with Joe DeGrait. 202. Red White and Blue Got the Golden Band. 203. On Mardi Gras Day. Hank. 204. Uptown Dances - Bourbon Street Parade. 205. Parade of the Krewe of Momus, The, When the Saints Go Marching In, Margie, South Rampart Street Parade (medley). A parade with brass bands.

New Orleans music has a rich history. Whether you’re in town for Mardi Gras, or seeking authentic jazz performances, it’s the gift that keeps on giving. From the start, New Orleans music was about absorbing a world of influences and creating something uniquely funky and tasty out of it. A shot of wild abandon. Jazz was largely spawned in the brothels of Storyville, where Jelly Roll Morton and the unrecorded Buddy Bolden casually dispensed genius to the customers. The Divine Miss Dinah Washington.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Mardi Gras Parade 2:47
2 Bourbon Street Parade Paul Barbarin 4:09
3 March of the Bob Cats Ray Bauduc / Bob Crosby / Bob Haggart Pete Fountain 3:50
4 Buzzards Parade 3:44
5 King Zulu Parade Johnny Wiggs 3:02
6 High Society 2:44
7 While We Danced at the Mardi Gras Johnny Mercer / Alfred Opler Al Hirt 4:47
8 If I Ever Cease to Love 2:42
9 South Rampart Street Parade 4:13
10 Got to the Mardi Gras 4:32
11 Moose Parade Raymond Burke / Jefferson 3:04
12 Why Don't You Go to New Orleans Jim Beatty 9:12
13 Joe Avery's Whoopin' Blues 4:04
14 The Second Line 4:42
15 When the Saints Go Marching In Traditional 8:07
16 The Day After Mardi Gras 4:08

Credits

Paul Barbarin - Composer, Drums
Ray Bauduc - Composer, Drums
Jim Beatty - Clarinet, Leader, Primary Artist
Sharkey Bonano - Trumpet
Charlie Bornemann - Trombone
Lester Bouchon - Clarinet
Wendell Brunious - Trumpet, Vocals
Raymond Burke - Clarinet, Primary Artist
Mick Burns - Trombone
Billy Butterfield - Trumpet
Joe Capraro - Banjo
Ernie Carson - Cornet, Trumpet
Emile Christian - Trombone
Paul Crawford - Trombone
Bob Crosby - Composer
Phil Darois - String Bass
Sammy Duncan - Cornet, Vocals
Johnny Edwards - Drums
Paul Edwards - Drums
Nick Fatool - Drums
Andy Ford - Banjo, Tenor Banjo
Pete Fountain - Clarinet, Primary Artist
Edward Frank - Piano
Mike Goodwin - Bass, Sousaphone
Bob Haggart - Bass, Composer
Bob Havens - Trombone, Trumpet
Monk Hazel - Drums
Brad Herrett - Bass
Al Hirt - Primary Artist, Trumpet
Armand Hug - Piano
Jefferson - Performer, Primary Artist
Thomas Jefferson - Trumpet
Frog Joseph - Trombone
Orange Kellin - Clarinet
Harold Koster - Piano
Lloyd Lambert - Bass
Yank Lawson - Trumpet
Abe Lincoln - Trombone
Sherwood Mangiapane - Bass, Tuba
Chink Martin - Bass
Barry Martyn - Drums
George Masso - Trombone
Bill McPherson - Clarinet
Stan Mendelson - Piano
Johnny Mercer - Composer
Eddie Miller - Sax (Tenor)
Johnny Mince - Clarinet
Alfred Opler - Composer
Knocky Parker - Piano
Santo Pecora - Trombone
Mike Peters - Trumpet
Frank Powers - Clarinet
Jon P. Pult - Production Coordination
Neal Starkey - Bass
Lou Stein - Piano
Traditional - Composer
Dixie Web - Cover Design
Johnny Wiggs - Cornet, Primary Artist
Stanley Wrightsman - Piano
Roy Zimmerman - Piano