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artist: Trio Torkeat
This is an old blues from New Orlenas from the whore street.
title: Mardi Gras
Down in NEw Orleans
artist: Serapis
2004 (Chambers) - A dandy little ragtime number. Tony on tenor banjo, Bob on clarinet.
A jazzy take on a tune that pretty much everybody knows. This is the only thing I've recorded using just clari
From Saint Louis Tickle, introduced at the World's Fair in Saint Louis, but really derived from Buddy Bolden's
title: Ragtime
Ragtime for small ensemble, check out the xylophone solo at end
Fun ragtime song that takes you for a ride.
artist: John Cohmer
Our bass player Micheal Brose plays the melody and John Cohmer plays the rest.(yes, that's our bass man.)
artist: CmonMan
"New Cambridge March" here's a really different version. Part of what jazz is about never playing the same tun
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Rooney Tunes
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Rooney Tunes is a refreshing and sophisticated fusion of JazzRockPop. Enjoy!
Jazz Fusion
"Neon Dancer"
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