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Performer: Armand Hug
Title: Dixieland From New Orleans
Country: US
Genre: Jazz
Style:Dixieland
Catalog number: LP-224, SLP-224
Label: Southland Records
MP3 album szie: 1220 mb
FLAC album size: 2328 mb

Tracklist

1Peace In The Valley
Vocals – Sister Elizabeth Eustis
2Old Smokey Mary
Vocals – Phil Dooley
3Missouri Two Beat
4I Never Knew What A Gal Could Do
5Smiles
Vocals – Phil Dooley
6Southland Ramble
7Blues For Paul Mares
8All Dressed Up With A Broken Heart

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
GHB-124, LP-224Armand Hug Dixieland From New Orleans ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE)G.H.B., Southland RecordsGHB-124, LP-224USUnknown

Credits

  • BanjoJoe Capraro
  • Bass [String Bass]Bob Coquille (tracks: A1-A4), Chink Martin (tracks: B1-B4)
  • ClarinetHarry Shields
  • Design [Cover]Johnny Donnells
  • DrumsMonk Hazel
  • Liner NotesArt Anderson
  • Photography ByCharles Vagabond
  • PianoArmand Hug
  • TromboneBob Havens (tracks: B1-B4), Sam Head (tracks: A1-A4)
  • TrumpetMike Lala
  • TubaChink Martin (tracks: B1-B4)
  • VocalsSister Elizabeth Eustis (tracks: A4), Phil Dooley (tracks: B2-B3)

Notes

Although no specific band name is noted on cover or labels, liner notes indicate that Armand Hug was the leader for this gathering of New Orleans Dixieland musicians. His photo is featured in the center on the cover.
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