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  1. " Basin Street Blues " is a song often performed by Dixieland jazz bands, written by Spencer Williams. It was published in and made famous in a recording by Louis Armstrong in The famous verse with the lyric "Won't you come along with me/To the Mississippi " was later added by Glenn Miller and Jack safftitinadibnoedrumemimpherweistav.coinfog: Chez Polo.
  2. Then the band swings through some of the old favorites, including Indiana, a roaring version of Basin Street Blues, the finely played Struttin' with Some Barbecue, the nostalgic Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans, the upbeat On the Sunny Side of the Street /5(7).
  3. Basin Street Blues finds Louis Armstrong again matched with Earl Hines. Earl Hines plays the opening bars on the celeste. Armstrong duets with the otherworldly tinkling of this instrument, later goes into some restrained and mournful-sounding skat singing, does a powerful solo on the cornet and then leaves off for Hines to play the last few bars on the safftitinadibnoedrumemimpherweistav.coinfog: Chez Polo.
  4. New Orleans Function Louis Armstrong and His All Stars 20 Basin Street Blues (Pt.1 & Pt.2) Louis Armstrong and His All Stars 5 Vous pouvez aussi faire vos achats dans un Apple Store, par téléphone au ou chez un revendeur agr.
  5. Basin street blues: versions par artistes, Ray Charles, Charlie MC Coy, Liz Mccomb, The Golden Gate Quartet, Maxim Saury, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Dave Brubeck, Diana Krall, Louis Prima, David Sanborn, Claude Bolling, Willie Nelson, Keith Jarrett, Paul Motian, Gary PeacockMissing: Chez Polo.
  6. New Policy for Researchers on Basin Street web site. Jazz researchers and other readers will now be able to access all material on the site free of charge. If you quote or use the material in your work we ask you give credit to the site. Donations will be welcome and can be sent to PayPal in my name, Karl Koenig – [email protected]: Chez Polo.
  7. The Basin Street Blues Songfacts tells us that Basin Street is a section of New Orleans, in Louisiana, which is a thoroughfare running through the Storyville Quarter. The area earned a name in the early days of jazz music as being a hub for jazz and blues singers and bands to make a name for safftitinadibnoedrumemimpherweistav.coinfog: Chez Polo.
  8. album search results for basin street blues. Album. Basin Street BluesMissing: Chez Polo.

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