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Jack Delaney - Dixieland Way Down Yonder In New Orleans


Tracklist


1Till We Meet Again
Written-By – Eagan, Whiting
2Careless Love
Written-By – Traditional
3Bucktown Drag
Written-By – Joe Mares
4The Sidewalks Of New York
Written-By – Lawlor, Blake
5Hindustan
Written-By – Weeks, Wallace
6Basin Street Blues
Written-By – Spencer Williams
7Who's Sorry Now
Written-By – Kalman, Ruby, Snyder
8Shine
Vocals [Vocal] – Jack DelaneyWritten-By – Mack, Dabney, Brown

Credits


  • BassSherwood Mangiapane (tracks: Side 2)
  • ClarinetPete Fountain (tracks: Side 1), Raymond Burke (tracks: Side 2)
  • DrumsAbbie Brunies (tracks: Side 2)
  • Drums-MellophoneArthur "Monk" Hazel (tracks: Side 1)
  • GuitarJoe Capraro (tracks: Side 1)
  • Liner NotesJoe Mares, Jr.
  • PianoRoy Zimmerman (tracks: Side 1), Stanley Mendelson (tracks: Side 2)
  • String BassChink Martin (tracks: Side 1)
  • TromboneJack Delaney (tracks: Side 1), Jack Delaney (tracks: Side 2)
  • TrumpetAlvin Alcorn (tracks: Side 1), Lee Collins (tracks: Side 2)

Notes


S-LP 214 "Dixieland Way Down Yonder In New Orleans" blue album cover release.

Southland Records often had different covers for the same release: http://petefountain.blogspot.com/2008/06/jack-delaney-and-his-new-orleans-jazz.html

Note this is a different cover than (http://www.localhost/Jack-Delaney-Jack-Delaney-And-His-New-Orleans-Jazz-Babies/release/3705730) but is the same release (S-LP-214).

Info


Way Down Yonder in New Orleans is a popular song with music by John Turner Layton, Jr. and lyrics by Henry Creamer. First published in 1922, it was advertised by Creamer and Layton as A Southern Song, without A Mammy, A Mule, Or A Moon, a dig at some of the Tin Pan Alley clichés of the era. It was performed at The Winter Garden Theater in New York in Act 2 of the Broadway musical production Spice of 1922. The original 1922 sheet music featured a drawing of a girl on a spice bottle on the front. Featured New Releases. Way Down Yonder in New Orleans, allready a classic in the 1920's, is the signature tune of Holland's most famous Jazzband: the Dutch Swing College Band. Here played in medium swing tempo by the Dixieland Crackerjacks: Michel Muller - trumpet Slidin' Jazz dixieland new orleans. Sorry, something went wrong. Use shift and the arrow up and down keys to change the volume. Dixie Jazz Katz. Current track: Way Down Yonder in New OrleansWay Down Yonder in New Orleans. The New Orleans Jazz Vipers - Way Down Yonder In New Orleans. Original Dixieland Jazz Band - Jazz Me Blues. Original Dixieland Jazz Band - I've Lost My Heart In Dixieland Berlin. Original Dixieland Jazz Band - At The Jazz Band Ball. Title: Way Down Yonder In New Orleans Remastered 2018. Download original 320Kbps, Mb, 03:14. Album: That Happy Dixieland Jazz 2018. Artist: Jimmy McPartland And His Dixielanders. Genre: Tradjazz. Album 2002 15 Songs. New new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Sharkey and his Kings of Dixieland. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans. Love this track. From The Album. Play album. Midnight On Bourbon Street. 3 listeners. 1 more album featuring this track. Do you know the lyrics for this track. Ballin' The Jack. The Duke. Tony Almerico's Dixieland All-Stars released it on the album A Live Concert from the Rue Royale in New Orleans in 1956. It was covered by Fredrik Carlquist - Joan Chamorro, Willy Bischof Jazztet, Karin Krog & Morten Gunnar Larsen, The New Orleans Jazz Vipers and other artists. Way Down Yonder in New Orleans. Tony Almerico's Dixieland All-Stars. Muskrat Ramble

Jack Delaney - Dixieland Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
Performer: Jack Delaney
Genre: Jazz
Title: Dixieland Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
Country: US
Released: 1954
Style: Dixieland
MP3 album: 2200 mb
FLAC album: 1729 mb
Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono
№ Cat: S-LP-214
Label: Southland Records