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My dad’s collection is filled with Dixieland jazz. You’ve already heard a couple in previous episodes. This album has an all-star cast that was pulled together in the wee hours of the morning. But they definitely were not ready to stop swinging yet. So get ready to put on your all night dancing shoes for Volume 20: Golden Era of Dixieland Jazz.

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Credits and Copyrights:

Claude Hopkins, Pee Wee Erwin, Vic Dickenson, Buster Bailey, Milt Hinton, George Wettling ‎– The Golden Era Of Dixieland Jazz 1887 – 1937
Label: Design Records (2) ‎– DLP 38
Format: Vinyl, LP, Mono
Released: 1957
Genre: Jazz
Style: Dixieland

Bass – Milt Hinton
Clarinet – Buster Bailey
Drums – George Wettling
Piano, Leader – Claude Hopkins
Trombone – Vic Dickenson
Trumpet – Pee Wee Erwin

When The Saints Go Marching In
Traditional
Struttin’ With Some Barbeque
1927 by Lil Hardin Armstrong
Muskrat Ramble
written by Kid Ory in 1926.
Clarinet Marmalade
composed by Larry Shields and Henry Ragas in 1918
I Would Do Anything For You
Written in 1932 by Alex Hill, Claude Hopkins and Bob Williams
Birth Of The Blues
Written in 1926 by Ray Henderson

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