Traditional Dixieland Jazz from the 1930s, '40s & '50s

Label
Van Up Records
Release date
27 May 2010
Running length
26 tracks
Running time
75:21

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Tommy Dorsey and His Clambake Seven - The Music Goes 'Round And 'Round 3:24 171
2 Dukes of Dixieland - The Dukes' Stomp 2:40 80
3 Gene Krupa and His Chicago Jazz - I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles 2:38 131
4 Clancy Hayes - Melancholy 3:05 81
5 Bunk Johnson's Superior Band - Franklin Street Blues 3:17 77
6 Muggsy Spanier's Ragtimers - A Good Man Is Hard To Find 2:55 67
7 Nappy LeMaire's Levee Loungers - At The Jazz Band Ball 2:47 78
8 Eddie Condon And His Orchestra - Charleston 2:20 229
9 Pete Dailey's Chicagoans - Bluin' The Blues 3:04 60
10 Johnny Dodds And His Orchestra - Gravier Street Blues 2:42 87
11 Firehouse Five Plus Two - Fireman's Lament 3:09 595
12 Alexander's Jazz Band - Wild Man Blues 2:50 72
13 Turk Murphy Jazz Band - Irish Black Bottom 3:12 69
14 Muggsy Spanier and His Ragtime Band - At Sundown 2:32 99
15 Bob Crosby's Bob Cats - Who's Sorry Now 2:54 121
16 Wild Bill Davidson and His Commodores - Squeeze Me 2:33 46
17 Art Hodes' Chicagoans - Shoe Shiner's Drag 3:08 66
18 Sidney Bechet's Blue Note Jazzmen - Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out 3:07 106
19 Turk Murphy Jazz Band - Little John's Rag 3:08 68
20 Phil Harris - Muskrat Ramble 2:55 127
21 Pee Wee Hunt and His Orchestra - After You've Gone 3:12 42
22 Lu Watters Yerba Buena Jazz Band - Sunset Cafe Stomp 2:46 76
23 Ben Pollack and His Pick-A-Rib Boys - Royal Garden Blues 3:05 60
24 Wingy Manone And His Orchestra - She's Crying For Me 2:42 93
25 Jimmy Dorsey and His "Dorseyland" Jazz Band - That's A Plenty 2:52 37
26 Beatrice Kay - The Old Piano Roll Blues 2:24 61

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