Wendell Brunious & Louis Nelson: In The Tradition/April In New Orleans
In The Tradition/April In New Orleans is a single CD containing the music of two very complementary former LPs, both of which feature the frontline
Michael Gamble and the Rhythm Serenaders
Do you enjoy hot small-group swing? Then Michael Gamble and the Rhythm Serenaders’ self-titled CD is definitely for you. Bassist Gamble utilizes an octet or
Woody Allen’s Café Society Original Soundtrack
Woody Allen has long loved early jazz, whether it is Sidney Bechet, Django Reinhardt or virtually any of the giants of the 1920s and ‘30s.
The Midiri Brothers- Simply Splendid
Any self-respecting swing fan should know about the Midiri Brothers. The twins, clarinetist Joe Midiri and vibraphonist Paul Midiri, are two of the most consistently
Henry “Red” Allen: World on a String
Henry “Red” Allen (1908-67) was one of the greatest and most advanced of the early New Orleans trumpeters. He was always a bit of a
Alcide “Slow Drag” Pavageau’s Half-Fast Jazz Band
Bassist Alcide “Slow Drag” Pavageau was a member of Bunk Johnson’s band during 1944-46 and was a regular fixture with clarinetist George Lewis for decades.