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Jim Cullum JazzBand
The Real Stuff
Traditional jazz survives in the 1960's as a living, still pungent mode of musical expression largely because of the efforts of men for whom jazz is not a livelihood but a love. Their ranks include such stalwarts as Dr. Edmund Souchon, founder and mainstay of the New Orleans Jazz Club, Joe Mares, E.D. Nunn, George H. Buck and others whose small jazz labels have kept a constant stream of good traditional jazz records flowing into a market dominated largely by music having little or no relationship to the parent of the New Orleans style. And it includes such as the seven Texans who call themselves the Jim Cullum Jazz Band....
Jim Cullum Jr. cornet, Gene McKinney trombone, Jim Cullum Sr. clarinet, Cliff Gillette piano, Ben Valfrey banjo, Willson Davis tuba, Harvey Kindervater drums.
- 1 Peculiar Rag
- 2 Tishomingo Blues
- 3 Royal Garden Blues
- 4 Clarinet Marmalade
- Original Dixieland Jazz Band
- 5 Milenberg Joys
- P. Mares, Roppollo, Jelly Roll Morton
- 6 The Chant
- 7 I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
- 8 Bogalusa Strut
- 9 The Pearls
- 10 Panama
- 11 Fidgety Feet
- Nick LaRocca, Larry Shields
- 12 Winin' Boy Blues
- 13 Tia Juana
- 14 Terrible Blues
- 15 Papa Dip
Production Coordinator: Houcine Harrabi
Session produced by Jim Cullum, Jr.
Executive Producer: George H. Buck, Jr.
Recorded in San Antonio, Texas in 1964 and 1965
Cover Design: Houcine Harrabi + Jennifer Lagarde
Front cover photograph: Kent Gardner
Back cover photograph: Joe Davenport
Disc photograph: Jimmy Zintgraff
Text by Jim Cullum, Jr. and Allen Webber
Year Released: 2002
c/o GHB Jazz Foundation, Inc.
61 French Market Pl., New Orleans, LA 70116
Tel: 504.525.5000, Fax: 504.525.1776