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Revival

sun 1 jul 2007 16:00 

The Saints Jazz Band from England with recordings between 1951 and 1956.

Originating in the Lancashire area, it was one of the best known traditional jazz groups in England during the 1950s. A great number of records were released on the Parlophone label.
Strength:
Mike McNama(t), Ron Simpson(tb), Fredy
Fydner(tb), Alan Radcliff(cl), John Fish(p), Jim Lolley
rr Nevil Skrimshire(bjo), Thomas Gregory(b), John
Mills(d), Doreen Beatty(v).
1.      I Want A Little Girl
2.      Milenburg Joys
3.      Tiger Rag
4.      Savoy Blues
5.      Gawbies Lament
6.      Stay Out Of The North
7.      Ory’s Creole Trombone
8.      Gone Away Blues
9.      Sweet Georgia Brown
10.  Miss Jenny’s Ball
11.  Fidgety Feet
12.  Mahogany Hall Stomp 
13.  Stack ‘Lee Blues
14.  Till We Meet Again
15.  Blue Turning Grey
16.  How Come You Do Me
17.  Willie The Weeper
Recorded between 1951 and 1956.
Originating in the Lancashire area, it was one of the best known traditional jazz groups in England during the 1950s. A great number of records were released on the Parlophone label.
Strength:
Mike McNama(t), Ron Simpson(tb), Fredy
Fydner(tb), Alan Radcliff(cl), John Fish(p), Jim Lolley
rr Nevil Skrimshire(bjo), Thomas Gregory(b), John
Mills(d), Doreen Beatty(v).
1.      I Want A Little Girl
2.      Milenburg Joys
3.      Tiger Rag
4.      Savoy Blues
5.      Gawbies Lament
6.      Stay Out Of The North
7.      Ory’s Creole Trombone
8.      Gone Away Blues
9.      Sweet Georgia Brown
10.  Miss Jenny’s Ball
11.  Fidgety Feet
12.  Mahogany Hall Stomp 
13.  Stack ‘Lee Blues
14.  Till We Meet Again
15.  Blue Turning Grey
16.  How Come You Do Me
17.  Willie The Weeper
Recorded between 1951 and 1956.

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