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Wilbur De Paris And His New New Orleans Jazz - Wilbur De Paris At Symphony Hall

Wilbur De Paris And His New New Orleans Jazz - Wilbur De Paris At Symphony Hall

Musician: Wilbur De Paris And His New New Orleans Jazz
Album title: Wilbur De Paris At Symphony Hall
Style: Dixieland
Released: 1958
Country: US
Size MP3 version: 1471 mb
Size APE version: 1415 mb
Size WMA version: 1756 mb
Rating ✫: 4.2
Votes: 177
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Genre: Jazz / Blues

Wilbur De Paris And His New New Orleans Jazz - Wilbur De Paris At Symphony Hall


Tracklist

A1 Introduction By Wibur De Paris
A2 Majorca 3:46
A3 Juba Dance 2:31
A4 Toll Gate Blues 7:05
A5 Wrought Iron Bag 5:57
B1 Cielito Lindo 2:54
B2 Sister Kate 3:52
B3 Banjoker 2:35
B4 PIano Blues 6:51
B5 Farewell Blues 5:02

Notes

Lime green labels, cover has a silver stereo sticker on a mono cover.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1253 Wilbur De Paris And His New New Orleans Jazz Wilbur De Paris At Symphony Hall ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Atlantic 1253 Denmark 1957
1253 Wilbur De Paris And His New New Orleans Jazz Wilbur De Paris At Symphony Hall ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Atlantic 1253 Denmark 1957
1253 Wilbur De Paris And His New New Orleans Jazz Wilbur De Paris At Symphony Hall ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Atlantic 1253 Italy 1957
ATL 50 237 Wilbur De Paris And His New New Orleans Jazz Wilbur De Paris At Symphony Hall ‎(LP, Album, RE) Atlantic ATL 50 237 Germany 1976
1253 Wilbur De Paris And His New New Orleans Jazz Wilbur De Paris At Symphony Hall ‎(LP, Album) Atlantic 1253 US 1957



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AllMusic Review by Scott YanowIn the 1950s, trombonist Wilbur DeParis & His New New Orleans Jazz Band played an intriguing mixture of Dixieland standards, obscurities, originals, and offbeat pieces in spirited fashion. With cornetist Sidney DeParis (Wilbur's brother) and former Jelly Roll Morton pianist Omer Simeon in the front line, this was one of the most exciting trad bands of the era. Two-CD set brings back a pair of DeParis' Atlantic albums (none of which have been reissued by Atlantic): Marchin' and Swingin' (the first recording by the group) and DeParis' At Symphony Hall concert of 1956. The former set is particularly rewarding, with memorable versions of "Martinique," "Under the Double Eagle," "Shreveport Stomp," "Hindustan," and a version of "The Saints" that (in its second half) is taken at a blistering tempo. The At Symphony Hall recording has five DeParis originals among the nine songs (including "Toll Gate Blues" and "Wrought Iron Rag") and also finds the band in prime form.