George Lewis Leading The Eureka Brass Band - New Orleans Parade flac album
Title: New Orleans Parade
Style: Brass Band
MP3 album: 1869 mb
FLAC album: 1704 mb
Other formats: AHX AC3 MPC VOC VQF VOX AAC
Genre: Jazz / Military music
The Eureka Brass Band was the name of two prominent but unrelated Louisiana-based brass bands, one from Lake Charles, Louisiana, formed around 1881, and the other from New Orleans, formed around 1920. It was composed of several leading citizens of the time, including Rudolph Krause, Walter Moeling, Dr. . Knapp, Willie Mayo, Louis Runte, . Eureka Brass Band (New Orleans). A 1951 album New Orleans Parade features the players Humphrey, trombonists Charles "Sunny" Henry and Albert Warner, and saxophonist Emanuel Paul.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). If you happen to be interested in authentic New Orleans Funeral music, this is the real deal. The sound quality is what you would expect from something recorded in 1951, however, it adds to the sense of authenticity.
Eureka is a personal project of German musician Frank Bossert, born in 1967 in Hamburg. While relocated in Husum, Bossert started up the Eureka engine during the 90's and released a first low-budget self-titled album in 1997. A second one followed five years later, this time with a more professional sound. Entitled ''The Full Circle''
The New Orleans Album. The New Pacific Brass Band. March "Dooki No Sakura"-March'Die Like a Hero'. The Remus Tucker Band. New York Staff Band of the Salvation Army.
George Lewis and his New Orleans Stompers – Just a Closer Walk With Thee. George Lewis' New Orleans Jazz Band – When the Saints Go Marching In. 2:19. Chris Barber s Jazz Band – New Orleans Parade (Just a Little While t. :36. The George Lewis Band Of New Orleans – In The Sweet By & By. 2:51. The George Lewis Band Of New Orleans – Salty Dog. 4:45. Paul Barbarin & His New Orleans Jazz Band – Just A Little While To Stay Here. 4:41. George Lewis' New Orleans Ragtime Band – Mama Don't Allow.
A gem of an album, certainly among the finest extant examples of classic Crescent City jazz as played in the early '60s.
A brass band is a musical ensemble generally consisting entirely of brass instruments, most often with a percussion section. Ensembles that include brass and woodwind instruments can in certain traditions also be termed brass bands (particularly in the context of New Orleans–style brass bands), but may more correctly termed military bands, concert bands, or "brass and reed" bands.
New Orleans Funeral & Parade. In Rehearsal 1956 (feat. Music of New Orleans, Vol. 5 (New Orleans Jazz: The Flowering). The Best of the Hot 5 & Hot 7 Recordings.
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741
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|A2||Garland Of Flowers|
|B1||West Lawn Dirge|
|B2||Lady Be Good
Written By – George Gershwin
- Liner Notes – James Asman
NotesDifferent Track-setting on Sleeve and Label!
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- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): MLP +1 Z + 10 1 + A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): M LP +1 2 + 10 1 + B
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): MLP 12-101 (DAR 2209)
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): MLP 12-101 (DAR 2210)
|QSR 2410||The Eureka Brass Band*||New Orleans Parade (LP)||Alamac||QSR 2410||US||Unknown|
|SGC/MLP 12-014, DC SGC/MLP 12-014||George Lewis Leading The Eureka Brass Band*||George Lewis Leading The Eureka Brass Band* - New Orleans Parade (LP, Mono, RE)||Cadillac Records, Dawn Club||SGC/MLP 12-014, DC SGC/MLP 12-014||UK||1983|
|MLP 12-101||George Lewis ,Leading The Eureka Brass Band*||George Lewis ,Leading The Eureka Brass Band* - New Orleans Parade (LP)||Melodisc||MLP 12-101||UK||Unknown|
|AMCD-70||Eureka Brass Band||New Orleans Funeral & Parade. The Original 1951 Session (CD, Album, Mono, RE)||American Music||AMCD-70||US||1992|