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9 thoughts on “ Muskrat Ramble - Bunk Johnson / Lu Watters Yerba Buena Jazz Band* - Bunk & Lu (Vinyl, LP)

  1. The folks at the San Francisco Traditional Jazz Foundation should be commended on this CD, which provides a fascinating glimpse into the development of the most famous of the early traditional jazz revival bands: Lu Watters' Yerba Buena Jazz Band. The material here is drawn mostly from private recordings and live performances/5(2).
  2. Lu Watters' Yerba Buena Jazz Band Series (Good Time Jazz L) Wally Rose, piano; Russ Bennett, Clancy Hayes, banjo; Bill Dart, drums. San Francisco, CA, March 22,
  3. Malasida says:
    " Muskrat Ramble " is a jazz composition written by Kid Ory in It was first recorded on February 26, , by Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five, and became the group's most frequently recorded piece. It was paired on the flip side with another one of Armstrong's hits, "Heebie Jeebies.".
  4. Voodoonos says:
    Lu Watters & the Yerba Buena Jazz Band is the name of the Traditional Jazz revival band founded by Lu Watters. Notable members include singer and banjoist Clancy Hayes (from to ); clarinetist Bob Helm; trumpeter Bob Scobey; trombonist Turk Murphy; tubist/bassist Dick Lammi; and Watters himself. The band broke up in In the late s, cornetist Lu Watters .
  5. When Lu Watters formed the Yerba Buena Jazz Band, and they played in San Francisco and environs from about , they began the revival of New Orleans Jazz. This album contains all the tunes they recorded for the Good Times label during that decade, including several previously unreleased titles and alternate takes/5(7).
  6. Jan 30,  · Here is a fine example of San Francisco style jazz by Bunk Johnson with the Yerba Buena Jazz Band minus Lu Watters from early According to John Buchanan's book on Watters, these were.
  7. Gardalkis says:
    Lester Koenig's Dixieland and traditional jazz label created in May ; became the sister label to his Contemporary Records, launched two years later. The label was responsible for the s revival of Dixieland jazz and recording New Orleans Dixieland legends Kid Ory, Turk Murphy, Lu Watters and Bunk Johnson as well as the Firehouse Five Plus Two, a Dixieland combo led .
  8. Zulujora says:
    Tracks to recorded in San Francisco on December 19, Tracks to recorded in San Francisco on March 29, Tracks to recorded in San Francisco as a KYA radio broadcast in August

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