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If you haven’t noticed, my dad’s vinyl collection is filled with Dixieland jazz musicians. But there aren’t many musicians who were as famous as this artist born in New Orleans, stayed there for most of their career and died there. So, let’s lick that licorice stick down in the Big Easy for Volume 25: Pete Fountain a High Society Fathers Day

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Credits and Copyrights:

Pete Fountain ‎– High Society
Label: Pickwick ‎– SPC-3201
Format: Vinyl, LP, Stereo
Released: 1956
Genre: Jazz
Style: Dixieland

Recording Date: June 10, 1956 – June 12, 1956 in New Orleans, LA

High Society
Written in 1901 by Porter Steele
That’s A Plenty
1914 ragtime piano composition by Lew Pollack. Lyrics by Ray Gilbert
The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
1919 composed by Ernest Seitz
Up A Lazy River
1930 Hoagy Carmichael
Mahogany Hall Stomp
1929 Spencer Williams
Farewell Blues
1922 jazz standard written by Paul Mares, Leon Roppolo and Elmer Schoebel

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