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We break out another of my dad’s favorite musicians, but he’s not a trumpet player. He does however play the style of music that is a big portion of my dad’s collection…Dixieland. While this album was released 57 years ago, all of the music on it was written over 100 years ago. In fact four of the songs on this episode were written in the 19th century. So get ready for some old traditional music in true New Orleans fashion with Volume 133: The Village Fountain.

Promised links:
Pete Fountain at New Orleans Jazz Fest
Pete Fountain NY Times Obituary

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Credits and Copyrights:

Pete Fountain – Pete Fountain & The Village Scramblers (Jazz)
Label: Crown Records (2) – CLP 5478
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono
Released: 1966
Genre: Jazz
Style: Dixieland

We will hear 6 of the 10 songs on the album.

Dixieland One Step
Written by Nick LaRocca, Eddie Edwards, Larry Shields, Henry Ragas, and Tony Sbarbaro in 1917
All the members of the Original Dixieland Jass Band

There Is A Tavern In The Town
a traditional folk song, which first appeared in the 1883 edition of William H. Hill’s Student Songs.

Washington And Lee Swing
written by Mark W. Sheafe, Tod Robbins, Thornton W. Allen in 1910

Battle Hymn Of The Republic
written by William Steffe in 1856

My Wild Irish Rose
written by Chauncey Olcott in 1899

When The Saints Go Marchin’ In
written by James Milton Black, Katharine Purvis in 1896

I do not own the rights to this music. ASCAP, BMI licenses provided by third-party platforms for music that is not under Public Domain.

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