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Muggsy Spaniers Ragtime Band - At The Jazz Band Ball/Big Butter And Egg Man (Vinyl)

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  1. Apr 10,  · Muggsy Spanier's Ragtime Band - Topic views 78rpm: At The Jazz Band Ball - Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtime Band, - English HMV B - Duration:
  2. Label: RCA Victor - 2 • Series: RCA Victor Jazz Classics • Format: CD Album, Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Style: Ragtime, Dixieland Muggsy Spanier's Ragtime Band - .
  3. Muggsy Spanier's band is "ragtime" in name only -- these sessions date from swing-crazy , when Spanier's brand of gut-bucket was anachronistic, hence the "ragtime" name. Spanier's best here is "Black and Blue," with Spanier's scorching trumpet offset by the cool saxophone of Bernie Billings (who sounds almost exactly like Bud Freeman).4/5(4).
  4. Apr 06,  · I want a big butter and egg man- Bobby Hackett Bobbby Hacket and his band started recording in some Hollywood studio. The eight jazzmen set up .
  5. At The Jazz Band Ball Written-By – Shields*, LaRocca* B2: Dinah Written-By – Akst*, Young*, Lewis* B3: Big Butter And Egg Man Written-By – Friend*, Santly*, Clare* B4: Livery Stable Blues Written-By – Alcide Nunez, Ray Lopez (3) B5: Black And Blue Written-By – Razaf*, Waller*, Brooks*, Harper* B6: Riverboat Shuffle.
  6. Francis Joseph "Muggsy" Spanier (November 9, – February 12, ) was a prominent jazz cornet player based in Chicago. He was a member of The Bucktown Five, pioneers of the Chicago Style that straddled traditional Dixieland jazz and swing music.
  7. During four sessions in cornetist Muggsy Spanier performed definitive versions of 16 Dixieland standards that, due to the joy of the music and its huge influence on the future revival movement, would later be dubbed "The Great " This CD, which adds eight alternate takes, could have been subtitled "The Great " Spanier and his octet (which includes trombonist George Brunies.
  8. This CD contains what was originally called "the Great 16," the four recording sessions (16 songs in all) by cornetist Muggsy Spanier's hot Ragtime Band. All of that music (plus eight alternate takes) was reissued on CD by Bluebird in but this CD also contains two selections from Eddie Condon in and four songs from Bud Freeman 's Summa Cum Laude Orchestra in

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