Eddie Condon Jazz as It Should Be Played
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- by Eddie Condon ~ Bixieland / Treasury of Jazz ~ $7.49 (Save 50%)
- Released: July 31, 2006
- Label: Jazzology
- 1.At the Jazz Band Ball
- 2.I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
- 3.Royal Garden Blues
- 4.That's a Plenty
- 5.Muskrat Ramble
- 6.Medley: Ja Da / When a Woman Loves a Man / You Took Advantage of Me
- 7.You Took Advantage of Me
- 8.Squeeze Me
- 9.I've Found a New Baby
Personnel: Eddie Condon (guitar, banjo); Tommy Gwaltney (clarinet); Wild Bill Davison (cornet); Georg Brunis (trombone); Don Ewell (piano).
Liner Note Author: George H. Buck, Jr.
Unknown Contributor Role: Eddie Condon.
This little-known LP would be worth picking up if only for the occasionally hilarious wisecracking of Eddie Condon, trumpeter Wild Bill Davison and trombonist George Brunies. However there is also a fair sampling of fine Chicago Dixieland from these unique veterans along with clarinetist Tommy Gwaltney, pianist Don Ewell, bassist Bill Goodall and drummer Frank Marshall. Particularly enjoyable are "At the Jazz Band Ball," Brunies's vocal on "Sister Kate," "That's a Plenty" and "I've Found a New Baby." ~ Scott Yanow
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