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New Orleans Album
     

The New Orleans Album

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by The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
 

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A bit of a hodge-podge, this CD features the Dirty Dozen Brass Band (comprised of two trumpets, two saxes, sometimes one trombone, the sousaphone of Kirk Joseph, snare drum and bass drum) welcoming such guests as singer Eddie Bo, guitarist-vocalist

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A bit of a hodge-podge, this CD features the Dirty Dozen Brass Band (comprised of two trumpets, two saxes, sometimes one trombone, the sousaphone of Kirk Joseph, snare drum and bass drum) welcoming such guests as singer Eddie Bo, guitarist-vocalist Danny Barker (showcased on "Don't You Feel My Leg"), trumpeter Dave Bartholomew (heard on "The Monkey") and rock singer Elvis Costello. However it is the R&Bish parade band that is the main star, romping through group originals plus Cannonball Adderley's "Inside Straight" and "Kidd Jordan's Second Line."

Product Details

Release Date:
04/01/2008
Label:
Sbme Special Mkts.
UPC:
0886972471525
catalogNumber:
724715
Rank:
14301

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Performance Credits

Dirty Dozen Brass Band   Primary Artist
Eddie Bo   Piano,Vocals
Elvis Costello   Vocals
Danny Barker   Guitar,Vocals
Dave Bartholomew   Trumpet,Vocals
Gregory Davis   Percussion,Trumpet,Vocals
Charles Joseph   Trombone
Kirk Joseph   Sousaphone
Roger Lewis   Percussion,Baritone Saxophone,Soprano Saxophone
Jenell Marshall   Percussion,Snare Drums
Efrem Towns   Trumpet
Kevin Harris   Percussion,Tenor Saxophone

Technical Credits

Jonathan Richman   Composer
Scott Billington   Producer
David Farrell   Engineer
Tina Hanson   Engineer,Contributor
Judy Kirschner   Engineer
Joe McEwen   Liner Notes,Executive Producer
Christopher Austopchuk   Art Direction
Josh Gosfield   Illustrations

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