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Mp3 Eureka Brass Band - New Orleans Funeral & Parade. The Original 1951 Session

  • Performer: Eureka Brass Band
  • Album: New Orleans Funeral & Parade. The Original 1951 Session
  • Label: American Music
  • Catalog #: AMCD-70
  • MP3: 1015 mb | FLAC: 1950 mb
  • Released: 1992
  • Country: US
  • Style: Dixieland, Brass Band
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 959
  • Category: Jazz / Military
Mp3 Eureka Brass Band - New Orleans Funeral & Parade. The Original 1951 Session

Tracklist

1Garland Of Flowers8:38
2Lady Be Good4:53
3West Lawn Dirge5:33
4 Bonus tracks (previously unissued alternate takes)
5Just A Closer Walk With Thee3:43
6Sing On1:55
7Lady Be Good4:44
8You Tell Me Your Dream2:48
9Just A Closer Walk With Thee3:51
10West Lawn Dirge5:35
11Sing On4:46

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
QSR 2410The Eureka Brass Band New Orleans Parade ‎(LP)AlamacQSR 2410USUnknown
9001Eureka Brass Band New Orleans Parade ‎(LP, Album, Mono)PAX9001USUnknown
SGC/MLP 12-014, DC SGC/MLP 12-014George Lewis Leading The Eureka Brass Band George Lewis Leading The Eureka Brass Band - New Orleans Parade ‎(LP, Mono, RE)Cadillac Records, Dawn ClubSGC/MLP 12-014, DC SGC/MLP 12-014UK1983
MLP 12-101George Lewis ,Leading The Eureka Brass Band George Lewis ,Leading The Eureka Brass Band - New Orleans Parade ‎(LP, Mono)Melodisc MLP 12-101UK1954
MLP 12-101George Lewis Leading The Eureka Brass Band George Lewis Leading The Eureka Brass Band - New Orleans Parade ‎(LP)Melodisc MLP 12-101UKUnknown

Credits

  • Alto SaxophoneRuben Roddy
  • Bass DrumRobert "Son" Lewis
  • Clarinet [E-Flat]George Lewis
  • LeaderPercy Humphrey
  • Mixed By [EQ]Steven Lasker
  • Producer [Series Producer]Barry Martyn
  • Recorded ByDavid Wyckoff
  • Recorded By, Engineer, Photography By, Producer, Liner NotesAlden Ashforth
  • SnareArthur Ogle
  • SousaphoneJoseph "Red" Clark
  • Tenor SaxophoneEmanuel Paul
  • Transferred BySteven Teeter
  • TromboneAlbert Warner, Charles "Sunny" Henry
  • TrumpetEddie Richardson, Willie Pajeaud

Notes

Recorded in New Orleans, 25 August 1951.

Centerfold photo: Bernard Steinau
Cover design: Nowicki, New Orleans

First issued in 1953 on the PAX Label.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: AMCD70 2C 13 MFD BY JVC

Companies

  • Manufactured By – JVC
  • Mastered At – Audio Mechanics

Video

Album

New Orleans Funeral & Parade - Eureka Brass Band. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. New Orleans Funeral & Parade. In Rehearsal 1956 feat. Authentic New Orleans Jazz Funeral. Magnificent Sevenths. Music of New Orleans, Vol. 5 New Orleans Jazz: The Flowering. Various Artists. The Best of the Hot 5 & Hot 7 Recordings. Louis Armstrong. Millions of songs. August 25, 1951. Recording Location. New Orleans, LA. Submit Corrections. Eureka Brass Band. New Orleans Furneral & Parade. New Orleans, Louisiana, United States on 1951-08-25. recording engineer: Alden Ashforth on 1951-08-25 and David Wyckoff on 1951-08-25. engineer and producer: Alden Ashforth ended. balance engineer: Steven Lasker ended. Additional details. Type: Album. Packaging: Jewel Case. Status: Official. Language: English. This is a collection of photos showing a funeral parade in New Orleans, Louisiana by the Eureka Brass Band. The music with the slide show is You Tell Me Your Dream recorded by the Eureka Brass Band in 1951. The photos were taken by clarinetist Tom Sharpsteen during Eureka Brass Bands first recordings were in 1951 and 1956. Those selections had previously been released in full along with alternate takes on CD as New Orleans Funeral & Parade and the two-CD set In Rehearsal 1956, both from American Music which is owned by GHBJazzology. Recently, an LP titled New Orleans Funeral and Parade Music was released that has the best performances from those two dates, with five songs from 1951 and two from five years later. Listening to these primitive performances, it is easy to imagine that this is how jazz sounded 50-55 years earlier. And other albums from Eureka Brass Band are available on sale at Recordsale. Recorded in New Orleans, 25 August 1951, by Alden Ashforth & David Wyckoff Engineering, photography and production by Alden Ashforth EQ: Steven Lasker Digital transfer: Steven Teeter CD mastering and computer noise reduction: Audio Mechanics. Centerfold photo: Bernard Steinau Cover design: Nowicki, New Orleans. Series producer: Barry Martyn. First issued in 1953 on the PAX Label. Listen free to Eureka Brass Band New Orleans Funeral & Parade Sing On, Garland Of Flowers and more. 10 tracks . A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Play album. Get album. The Eureka Brass Band was the name of two prominent but unrelated Louisiana-based brass bands, one from Lake Charles, Louisiana, formed around 1881, and the other from New Orleans, formed around 1920. The first EBB was a local brass band organized in the town of Lake Charles, Louisiana around 1881. It is difficult to find any reference to the group after the 1890s and they are assumed to have disbanded. It was composed of several leading citizens of the time, including Rudolph Krause, Walter Moeling