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Walking Backwards to New Orleans 11

Our last post on Bert’s Band starts with a couple of tunes from the 1920s jazz repertoire. First Copenhagen: named after a brand of chawin’ tobacco, and recorded by Bix and the Wolverines in 1924. Next Deep Henderson, recorded by…

Walking Backwards to New Orleans 10

The rapturous applause that greeted Bert Ambrose’s orchestra last week emboldens me to continue the Ambrosiad. Wouldn’t you agree that the musicians on, and arranger of, this tune had listened to some jazz? Moreover, Lulu’s Back in Town.

Walking Backwards to New Orleans 8

On listening to the trad bands after decades of ignoring theme I found that I still enjoyed the top tier bands – especially Chris Barber’s. But I also enjoyed one of the second tier bands enormously (Alex Welsh’s). What about…

Walking Backwards to New Orleans 6

Here’s an experiment: which do you prefer of these two? Roy Fox’s Band at the Monseigneur Restaurant, London 1931 give us the jazz standard Nobody’s Sweetheart Now. Directed by Lew Noble. Singer – shhhh! By way of contrast here’s the…

Walking Backwards to New Orleans 5

Almost Hogmanay, so time for some party music! How d’ye fancy Truckin’? That was Billy Cotton. I remember my father watching his lamentable show on the telly in the 50s and 60s. I now realise that the attraction was that…