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More Best of the Dukes of Dixieland, Vol. 2

The Dukes Of Dixieland

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1.1
High Society
The Dukes Of Dixieland
3:40
1.2
Tromboneum
The Dukes Of Dixieland
3:00
1.3
Thunder & Blazes
The Dukes Of Dixieland
2:15
1.4
Lassus Trombone
The Dukes Of Dixieland
2:27
1.5
Maple Leaf Rag
The Dukes Of Dixieland
2:28
1.6
Washington Post
The Dukes Of Dixieland
2:27
1.7
Swanee River
The Dukes Of Dixieland
2:58
1.8
Dill Pickles
The Dukes Of Dixieland
1:57
1.9
Ta-Ra-Ra Boom-De-Ay
The Dukes Of Dixieland
2:16
1.10
Slide, Frog, Slide
The Dukes Of Dixieland
2:01
1.11
Asleep In The Deep
The Dukes Of Dixieland
3:12
1.12
With A Pack On My Back
The Dukes Of Dixieland
2:58
Total Playing Time    31:39
Audio Fidelity presents More Best of the Dukes of Dixieland, Vol. 2, a rousing collection of New Orleans classics presented in stunning clarity and style. The Dukes of Dixieland was an American, New Orleans "Dixieland"-style revival band, originally formed in 1948 by brothers Frank Assunto, trumpet; Fred Assunto, trombone; and their father Papa Jac Assunto, trombone and banjo. Their first records featured Jack Maheu, clarinet; Stanley Mendelsohn, piano; Tommy Rundell, drums; and Barney Mallon, tuba and string bass. During its run the band also featured musicians such as jazz great clarinetist Pete Fountain, Jerry Fuller, and guitar legends Jim Hall, and Herb Ellis. The band also recorded with Louis Armstrong. The original Dukes of Dixieland were featured on the first stereo record, released November 1957, on the Audio Fidelity label. Sidney Frey, founder and president of Audio Fidelity, had Westrex cut the disk for release before any of the major record labels. In 1978, the Dukes, under John Shoup's direction, recorded the first direct-to-disk album, and then, in 1984, were the first jazz band to record on CD.
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Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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