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  1. Tygolkree
    Feb 10, - Explore PlanetaryVinyl's board "Jazz / R&B / Soul / Blues Vinyl Records" on Pinterest. See more ideas about R&b soul, Vinyl records and R&b pins.
  2. Kazragis
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CRC / Columbia House Vinyl release of Pete Fountain's Crescent City on Discogs. Label: MCA Records - MCA • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Club Edition, Stereo CRC / Columbia House • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Dixieland.
  3. Kigajas
    Mar 21,  · Pete Fountain's Crescent City MCA Records MCA Stereo Side One 1. Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Old Oak Tree 2. Am I Blue 3. A.
  4. Yozshugal
    Dec 24,  · Southland Records SLP Mono Only. Same LP was also published as "Jack Delaney & His New Orleans Jazz Babies" same catalog number, tracks and back cover and as "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans" (but not featuring Pete Fountain's picture on the cover). Both have different front covers. Southland commonly has two or three different covers for the same LP but .
  5. Daim
    May 28,  · Pete Fountain's other album on Crown is Pete Fountain And The Kings Of Dixieland Crown Records CST Stereo / CLP Mono About Crown Records Crown Records was a budget label for the Bahari Brothers, who ran Modern and RPM labels.
  6. Gardam
    Pete Fountain NEW ORLEANS, TENNESSEE Produced By Charles "Bud" Dant Pete Fountain, the jazz clarinetist, was born and raised in New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz. As a young boy, Pete spent much of his time 'sitting in' with the great players of the times, .
  7. Dourisar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Pete Fountain's Crescent City on Discogs.5/5(1).
  8. Duzragore
    Find Pete Fountain discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations Singles & EPs All. Year Album Label Pete Fountain's Crescent City: MCA Alive in New Orleans: Laserlight /.
  9. Mokus
    Jul 31,  · The album closes out with satisfying versions of 'Jazz Me Blues' and 'Blue Skies', demonstrating the permanent value of both numbers in the repertoire. As I continue to survey these classic albums (this is my seventeenth Pete Fountain album reviewed on The Jazz Clarinet to date) I'm astonished by the lack of reissues.

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