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10er CD Trad Jazz- Milestones of Legends

20 Original Albums auf 10 CDs. In den 1950er war "Traditional Jazz" der 1. erfolgreiche musikalische Retro- Trend in Europa mit Stars wie Ken Colyer, Chris Barber, Papa Blue und Mr. Acker Bilk. Sie spielten Dixieland und New Orleans Jazz.

CD1

Ken Colyer´s Jazzmen – “New Orleans to London” 1953
– DECCA LF 1152
Trumpet: Ken Colyer Clarinet: Monty Sunshine
Trombone: Chris Barber Banjo: Lonnie Donegan
Bass: Jim Bray Drums: Ron Bowden
1. Goin´ Home (Colyer) 3.22
2. Isle of Capri (Grosz / Kennedy) 2.53
3. Harlem Rag (Turpin) 2.59
4. La Harpe Street Blues (Traditional) 3.28
5. Stockyard Strut (Taylor) 3.07
6. Cataract Rag (Hampton) 3.31
7. Early Hours (Colyer) 3.09
8. Too Busy (Traditional) 2.59
Ken Colyer´s Jazzmen – “Back To the Delta” 1954
DECCA LF 1196
Trumpet: Ken Colyer (9,10,11,12,16,17)
Clarinet: Bernard Bilk (9,10,11,12,16,17)
Trombone: Ed O´Donnell (9,10,11,12,16,17)
Bass: Dick Smith (9,10,11,12,16,17)
& Mickey Ashman (13,14,15)
Banjo: Diz Disley (9,10,11,12,16,17)
Drums: Stan Gregg (9,10,11,12,16,17)
Ken Colyer´s Skiffle Group
Guitar & Vocals: Ken Colyer (13,14,15)
Bass: Mickey Ashman (13,14,15)
Guitar & Mandolin: Alexis Korner (13,14,15)
Washboard: Bill Colyer (13,14,15)
9. Sing On (Traditional) 3.05
10. Lord, Lord, Lord You Sure Been Good to Me
(Traditional) 2.43
11. Far Away Blues (Lewis) 4.40
12. Moose March (Traditional) 2.48
13. Midnight Special (Traditional) 2.49
14. Casey Jones (Colyer) 2.33
15. K. C. Moan (Estes) 2.57
16. Saturday Night Function (Bigard / Ellington) 2.58
17. Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble (Williams) 2.36
Total Time 53.38

CD2

Ken Colyer´s Jazzmen – “Ken Colyer´s Jazzmen” 1956
– TEMPO Records L 11
Trumpet: Ken Colyer Trombone: Chris Barber
Clarinet: Monty Sunshine Banjo: Lonnie
Donegan Bass: Jim Bray Drums: Ron Bowden
1. Tiger Rag (LaRocca / DeCosta) 4.50
2. Just a Closer Walk with Thee (Traditional) 3.12
3. The Sheik of Araby (Wheeler / Smith / Snyder) 2.51
4. Wild Cat Blues (Williams / Waller) 2.47
5. Isle of Capri (Grosz / Kennedy) 2.53
6. Shine (Dabney / Brown) 4.25
7. If I Ever Cease to Love (Traditional) 3.07
8. Wabash Blues (Ringle / Meinken) 4.06
Ken Colyer´s Jazzmen
– “Club Session with Colyer” 1957
– DECCA LK 4178
Trumpet: Ken Colyer Clarinet: Ian Wheeler
Trombone: Mac Duncan Banjo: Johnny Bastable
Bass: Ron Ward Drums: Colin Bowden
9. Uptown Bumps (Bolden) 1.52
10. Blame It on the Blues (Dorsey) 5.51
11. Creole Song (Ory) 3.19
12. Chrysanthemum Rag (Joplin) 4.09
13. Snag It (Oliver) 6.31
14. The Thriller Rag (Aufderheide) 4.02
15. Black Cat on the Fence (Long) 4.25
16. The Old Rugged Cross (Bennard) 7.37
17. Walking with the King (Traditional) 4.15
18. Home Sweet Home (Bishop) 2.07
19. Auf Wiederseh´n Sweetheart (Storch) 3.22
Total Time 75.42

CD3

Ken Colyer´s Jazzmen & Skiffle Group
– “Colyer in Hamburg” 1958
– DECCA BLK 16092
Trumpet & Guitar (5,6,7): Ken Colyer
Clarinet: Ian Wheeler Trombone: Mac Duncan
Banjo: John Bastable Piano: Ray Foxley
Bass: Ron Ward Drums: Colin Bowden
1. Gatemouth (Armstrong) 5.34
2. Bourbon Street Parade (Barbarin) 6.01
3. Dauphine Street Blues (Traditional) 10.53
4. Bill Bailey Won´t You Please Come Home (Cannon) 4.49
Vocals: Mac Duncan
5. Ham `N` Eggs (Traditional) 3.05
6. Nobody Knows the Trouble I´ve Seen (Traditional) 3.58
7. Down by the Riverside (Traditional) 5.58
8. Bye ´N´ Bye / When the Saints Go Marching In
(Traditional) 10.52
Mr. Acker Bilk´s Paramount Jazzband – “Mr. Acker
Bilk Requests” 1958
– PYE NIXA – NJT 513
Clarinet & Titular Head: Mr. Acker Bilk
Trombone: Mr. J. Mortimer Trumpet: Mr. K. Sims
Tenor Banjo: Mr. J. Hawkins Double Bass: Mr. E. Price
Traps: Mr. R. McKay
9. Travelling Blues (Austin) 3.07
10. Delia Gone (Blake) 3.30
11. Gladiola Rag (Joplin) 2.27
12. Willy the Weeper (Melrose) 3.13
13. Dardanella (Bernard) 3.41
14. Franklin Street Blues (Traditional) 3.04
15. Easter Parade (Berlin) 2.43
16. Marching Through Georgia (Bilk) 3.18
Total Time 76.14

CD4

Mr. Acker Bilk´s Paramount Jazzband
– “The Seven Ages of Acker” 1959
– COLUMBIA 33SX 1205
Clarinet & Titular Head: Mr. Acker Bilk
Trombone: Mr. J. Mortimer Trumpet: Mr. K. Sims
Tenor Banjo: Mr. R. James Double Bass: Mr. E. Price
Traps: Mr. R. McKay
1. In a Persian Market (Ketelbey) 3.11
2. I´m Going Home (Bilk) 2.49
Vocals: Mr. Acker Bilk
3. Ory´s Creole Trombone (Ory) 3.00
4. Summer Set (Collett / Bilk) 3.39
Piano: Mr. D. Collett
5. Let the Light from the Lighthouse 2.52
Shine (Traditional) Vocals: Mr. R. McKay
6. Berliner Luft March (Gay Hussar) (Lincke) 2.47
7. Tiger Rag (Original Dixieland Jazz Band) 3.01
8. Lucky Rock (Ma Rainey) 5.27
9. Cushion Foot Stomp (Williams) 2.51
10. Run Come See Jerusalem 2.09
(Blake) Vocals: Mr. Acker Bilk
11. Old Comrades March (Teike) 2.55
Mr. Acker Bilk´s Paramount Jazzband – “Acker” 1960
– COLUMBIA 33SX 1248
Clarinet: Mr. Acker Bilk Trombone: Mr. Jonathan
Mortimer Banjo: Mr. Roy James
Trumpet: Mr. Ken Simms Bass: Mr. Ernest Price
Traps & Effects: Mr. Ron McKay
12. White Cliffs of Dover (Kent / Burton)
Vocals: Mr. Acker Bilk 4.02
13. Snake Rag (Oliver) 3.42
14. Blues (Desdume) 2.34
15. Fancy Pants (Bilk / Berkwood) 2.40
16. Lazy River (Carmichael) 2.19
Vocals: Mr. Acker Bilk
17. There´s a Rainbow Round My Shoulder
(Rose / Jolson / Dreyer) 2.48
18. Original Dixieland One Step (La Rocca) 2.42
19. Goodnight Sweet Prince (Mozart) 2.56
20. Good Woman Blues (Ledbetter / Lomax)
Vocals: Mr. Ron McKay 3.13
21. Bottom of the Bottle (Bilk) 2.58
22. Milenberg Joys (Roppolo / Mares / Morton) 4.07
Total Time 68.44

CD5

Mr. Acker Bilk´s Paramount Jazzband
– “Mr. Acker Bilk´s Lansdowne Folio” 1961
– COLUMBIA 33SX 1348
Clarinet & Lead Vocals: Mr. Acker Bilk
Trombone: Mr. Jonathan Mortimer
Trumpet: Mr. Colin Smith
Tenor Banjo: Mr. Roy James Double
Bass: Mr. Ernest Price Piano: Mr. Stanley Greig
Percussion & Vocals: Mr. Ron McKay
1. Stars and Stripes Forever (Sousa) 3.15
2. Perdido Street Blues (Armstrong) 4.05
3. Papa Dip (Armstrong) 2.58
4. My Heart Belongs to Daddy (Porter) 3.20
5. Gospel Train (Traditional) 3.43
6. Maryland March (Traditional) 3.25
7. That´s My Home (Rene / Rene / Ellison) 3.18
8. Go Tell It on a Mountain (Traditional) 3.53
9. Creole Jazz (Luter) 2.43
10. House Rent Stomp (Traditional) 3.18
11. My Bucket´s Got a Hole in It (Williams) 3.57
12. Stomp off, Let´s Go (Schoebel) 3.49
Mr. Acker Bilk´s Paramount Jazzband
– “Beau Jazz” 1962
– COLUMBIA 33SX 1456
Clarinet & Vocals: Mr. Acker Bilk
Trombone: Mr. Jonathan Mortimer
Trumpet: Mr. Colin Smith
Tenor Banjo: Mr. Roy James
Double Bass: Mr. Ernest Price
Piano: Mr. Stanley Greig
Percussion & Vocals: Mr. Ron McKay
13. Grandpa Spells (Morton) 1.55
14. Creole Love Call (Ellington / Jackson / Miley) 2.45
15. I´ve Found a New Baby (Palmer / Williams) 3.00
16. This Town (James) 2.59
17. Bula Bula (Mortimer) 3.00
18. Sentimental Journey (Brown / Green / Homer) 2.52
19. Tell ´Em About Me (Yancey) 2.27
20. Chattanooga Stomps (Oliver) 3.25
21. Sneak Away (Smith) 2.58
22. Wilbur (Smith) 3.01
23. Oh Marie (Di Capua) 2.56
24. Ole Miss Rag (Handy) 3.39
Total Time 77.15

CD6

Papa Bue´s Viking Jazzband
– “Beware the Vikings Are Over Us” 1959
– STORYVILLE SLP 802
Trombone: Arne “Bue” Jensen
Trumpet: Finn Otto Hansen
Clarinet: Joergen Svarre
Banjo & Vocals Bjarne Petersen
Bass: Mogens Seidelin
Drums: Ib Lindschow
1. When I Leave the World Behind (Traditional) 3.06
2. Corrine Corrina (Chatmon / Williams / Parish) 3.47
3. Thriller Rag (Aufderheide) 2.24
4. Breeze (Goodwin / Harley / McDonald) 4.53
5. Sobbin´ Blues (Kassel / Burton) 3.21
6. Ai, Ai, Ai (Traditional) 4.02
7. 1919 March (Traditional) 2.39
8. Weary Blues (Mathews) 4.06
9. Sometimes My Burden Is so Hard to Bear
(Traditional) 1.43
10. Mecca Flat Blues (Traditional) 3.14
11. Praise of Nyboder (Andreasen) 3.19
12. Bogalusa Strut (Traditional) 2.07
Papa Bue´s Viking Jazzband & George Lewis
– “George and the Vikings” 1959
– STORYVILLE SLP 102
Trombone: Arne “Bue” Jensen
Trumpet: Finn Otto Hansen
Clarinet: George Lewis & Joergen Svarre
Banjo & Vocals Bjarne Petersen
Bass: Mogens Seidelin
Drums: Ib Lindschow
13. The Old Rugged Cross (Traditional) 6.35
14. If I Ever Cease to Love (Traditional) 2.12
15. Martha (Lewis) 4.07
16. You Always Hurt the One You Love
(Fisher / Roberts) 3.26
17. In the Sweet Bye and Bye (Traditional) 4.01
18. Mary Wore a Golden Chain (Traditional) 2.38
19. Salutation March (Traditional) 4.26
20. Far Away Blues (Traditional) 3.40
21. Listen to the Mockingbird (Traditional) 4.34
22. Now Is the Hour (Scott) 4.07
Total Time 78.31

CD7

Papa Bue´s Viking Jazzband –
“Plays Spirituals, Marches, Ragtime, Cakewalk, Blues
and Standards” 1959
– STORYVILLE SLP 121
Trombone: Arne “Bue” Jensen
Trumpet: Finn Otto Hansen
Clarinet: Joergen Svarre
Banjo & Vocals Bjarne Petersen
Bass: Mogens Seidelin
Drums: Ib Lindschow
1. South Rampart Street Parade
(Haggard / Crosby / Bauduc) 3.40
2. Bucket Got a Hole in It (Traditional) 3.33
3. Kinklets (Marshall) 3.01
4. Storyville Blues (Traditional) 3.36
5. Gloryland (Traditional) 3.19
6. Maryland (Traditional) 3.25
7. Walking with the King (Traditional) 2.19
8. There´s Yes, Yes in Your Eyes (Santy / Cliff / Friend) 2.35
9. Yellow Dog Blues (Handy) 4.20
10. Climax Rag (Scott) 2.12
11. Golden Leaf Strut (Mares) 3.32
12. At a Georgia Camp Meeting (Mills) 2.53
Papa Bue´s Viking Jazzband – “Dixieland 1962
– STORYVILLE SLP 833
Trombone: Arne “Bue” Jensen
Trumpet: Finn Otto Hansen
Clarinet: Joergen Svarre
Banjo & Vocals Bjarne Liller
Bass & Tuba: Mogens Seidelin
Drums: Ib Lindschow
13. Copenhagen (Davis / Melrose) 3.10
14. Ostrich Walk (LaRocca / Shields) 3.15
15. Washington Post March (Sousa) 4.00
16. Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans
(Alter / DeLange) 4.09
17. Milenburg Joys (Morton / Melrose) 3.33
18. Chinatown (Schwarz / Jerome) 4.25
Drums: Knud Ryskov
19. Yes Sir, That´s My Baby (Donaldson / Kahn) 2.48
20. Ballin´ the Jack (Smith / Barris) 2.36
21. Mama Don´t Allow (Traditional) 3.53
Drums: Henrik Jensen
Vocals: “Champion” Jack Dupree
22. Kansas City Man Blues (Williams) 5.12
23. Somebody Stole My Gal (Wood) 3.21
Total Time 79.37

CD8

Chris Barber´s Jazz Band & Ottilie Patterson
– “Echoes of Harlem” 1955
– PYE NIXA NJL 1
Trombone: Chris Barber
Trumpet: Pat Halcox
Clarinet: Monty Sunshine
Banjo: Lonnie Donegan
Bass: Micky Ashman
Drums: Ron Bowden
1. Doin´ the Crazy Walk (Ellington) 2.29
2. Baby (Fields / McHugh) 2.38
3. Magnolia´s Wedding Day (Fields / McHugh) 4.38
4. Dixie Cinderella (Razaf / Waller / Brooks) 2.37
5. New St. Louis Blues (Handy) 5.09
Vocals: Ottilie Patterson
6. Here Comes My Blackbird (Fields / McHugh) 3.19
7. Can´t We Get Together (Razaf / Waller / Brooks) 2.34
8. I Can´t Give You Anything But Love
(Fields / McHugh) 3.52
Vocals: Ottilie Patterson
9. Sweet Savannah Sue (Waller) 3.34
10. Porgy (Fields / McHugh) 3.13
11. Diga Diga Doo (Fields / McHugh) 3.19
Chris Barber´s Jazz Band – “Chris Barber Plays” 1955
– PYE NIXA NJT 500
Trombone: Chris Barber
Trumpet: Pat Halcox
Clarinet: Monty Sunshine
Banjo: Lonnie Donegan
Bass: Jim Bray
Drums: Ron Bowden
12. You Don´t Understand (Williams) 2.14
13. Tishomingo Blues (Williams) 3.28
14. Wild Cat Blues (Williams / Waller) 2.54
15. Ugly Child (Williams) 2.44
Vocals: Ottilie Patterson
16. Everybody Loves My Baby (Williams / Palmer) 3.11
17. Careless Love (Williams / Handy) 3.25
Vocals: Ottilie Patterson
18. Papa De Da Da (Williams / Todd) 3.08
19. High / Society (Melrose / Steele) 3.01
Total Time 62.01

CD9

Chris Barber´s Jazz Band & Skiffle Group
– “New Orleans Joys” 1956 (Recorded 1954)
- DECCA LF
Trombone: Chris Barber
Cornet: Pat Halcox
Clarinet: Monty Sunshine
Banjo: Lonnie Donegan
Bass: Jim Bray
Drums: Ron Bowden Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group (Tracks 3 & 6):
Guitar & Vocals: Lonnie Donegan
Bass: Chris Barber
Washboard: Beryl Bryden
1. Bobby Shaftoe (Traditional) 2.48
2. Chimes Blues (Oliver) 3.25
3. Rock Island Line (Traditional) 2.27
4. The Martinique (De Paris) 4.09
5. New Orleans Blues (Morton) 2.34
6. John Henry (Traditional) 2.06
7. Merrydown Rag (Barber) 3.21
8. Stevedore Stomp (Ellington / Mills) 3.40
Chris Barber´s Jazz Band – “Barber´s Best” 1958 -
DECCA LK 4246
Trombone: Chris Barber Cornet: Pat Halcox
Clarinet: Monty Sunshine
Banjo: Lonnie Donegan
Bass: Jim Bray Drums: Ron Bowden
Alto Saxophone: Bertie King
The First 4 Tracks from This Original-Album are the same as 1, 2, 4 and 7
on This CD
9. Skokiaan (Msarugwa / Glazer) 3.24
10. St. Louis Blues (Handy) 3.46
Vocals: Ottilie Patterson
11. It´s Tight Like That (Whitaker / Dorsey) Tuba: Jim Bray
Vocals: Chris Barber 3.31
12. Ice Cream (Moll / Johnson / King) 4.30
Vocals: Pat Halcox
13. Oh, Didn´t He Ramble (Handy) 1.34
Vocals: Monty Sunshine
14. Storyville Blues (Sandole / Story) 3.30
15. The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise
(Seitz / Lockhart) 3.15
16. Reckless Blues (Longshaw / Gee) 3.10
Vocals: Ottilie Patterson
Chris Barber´s Jazz Band – “Barber in Berlin” 1959
– COLUMBIA 33SX 1189
Trombone: Chris Barber
Trumpet: Pat Halcox
Clarinet: Monty Sunshine
Banjo: Eddie Smith
Bass: Dick Smith
Drums: Graham Burbidge
17. Ice Cream (Moll / Johnson / King) 9.26
Vocals: Pat Halcox
Total Time 61.17

CD10

Chris Barber´s Jazz Band – “Petite Fleur” 1959
– LAURIE RECORDS LLP 1001 (USA)
Trombone: Chris Barber
Cornet: Pat Halcox
Clarinet: Monty Sunshine
Banjo & Guitar: Dick Bishop
Bass: Dick Smith
Drums: Ron Bowden
1. Petite Fleur (Bechet) 2.47
2. When the Saints Go Marching In (Part 1 & 2)
(Traditional) 6.23 Vocals: Ottilie Patterson
3. Olga (Nelson / Oliver) 4.20
4. Sweet Georgia Brown (Bernie / Pinkard) 3.17
5. Wabash Blues (Ringle / Meinken) 4.30
6. Wild Cat Blues (Williams / Waller) 3.00
7. Texas Moaner (Williams / Barnes) 8.00
8. Thriller Rag (Traditional) 3.01
9. Bugle Call Rag (Meyers / Schoebel / Pettis) 4.19
10. Old Rugged Cross (Bennard) 2.49
Chris Barber´s Jazz Band – “Barber in Berlin” 1959
Continued – COLUMBIA 33SX 1189
Trombone: Chris Barber
Trumpet: Pat Halcox
Clarinet: Monty Sunshine
Banjo: Eddie Smith
Bass: Dick Smith
Drums: Graham Burbidge
11. Climax Rag (Scott) 7.12
12. Easy Easy Baby (Cook) 3.59
Vocals: Ottilie Patterson
13. Gotta Travel On (Clayton) 5.39
14. What´s I´m Gotcha (Hodges) 5.20
15. What´s I´m Gotcha (Continued) (Hodges) 2.31
16. Oh My Maryland (Traditional) 3.56
17. Chimes Blues (Oliver) 6.25
Total Time 77.30
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