Pete Fountain - Broadway To Bourbon Street-The Original New Orleans Sound album flac
Title: Broadway To Bourbon Street-The Original New Orleans Sound
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St. James Infirmary (3:10) When The Saints Go Marching In (3:57).
Fountain appeared on Lawrence Welk’s and Johnny Carson’s showsand was known for annual walk through French Quarter. The clarinetist Pete Fountain, whose Dixieland jazz virtuosity and irrepressible wit endeared him to his native New Orleans and earned him decades of national television fame, died on Saturday of heart failure, his son-in-law and manager Benny Harrell said. He was 86. With his ready wit and infectious laugh, Fountain was the epitome of the happy New Orleanian who knew how to let the good times roll
Peter Dewey Fountain, Jr. was born July 3, 1930 in New Orleans, the cradle of American music, Jazz. He was a skinny kid who spent too much time hanging around the front stoop of the Top Hat Dance Hall near his home. The Top Hat was a stronghold of Dixieland Jazz and Jazz already had a strong hold on Pete Fountain. But, oh the sounds! This was music straight from the soul. Sounds that would never be written in stone, that would always be brand new because they were purely personal. By the time Pete was 16, he had already gained a reputation on Bourbon Street. Through these formative years of his musical training, Pete performed with several sensational bands. One such band was the Junior Dixieland Band which performed in the famous Parisian Room-often performing for legendary jazz men. A few years later Pete joined Phil Zito's International Dixieland Express.
Get Notified about the latest hits and trends, so that you are always on top of the latest in music when it comes to your friends. Okay, Got it! Bourbon Street Party: 50 Dixieland and new Orleans Jazz Classics. Bourbon Street Party: 50 Dixieland And New Orleans Jazz Classics. Released by Disembogue Records Feb 2012 50 Tracks.
Complete your Pete Fountain, Al Hirt collection. At The Jazz Band Ball. Blues On Bourbon Street. Pete Fountain And Al Hirt - Pete Fountain And Al Hirt In New Orleans (LP, Album, Mono).
Pete Fountain & Al Hirt - 1962 - Bourbon Street – At The Jazz Band Ball. Al Hirt - 1990 - All Time Greatest Hits – Bourbon Street Parade. Al Hirt & Pete Fountain 1957 - At The Jazz Band Ball – Jazz Me Blues. Pete Fountain, Al Hirt – March Through the Streets of their City. Al Hirt & Pete Fountain - 1957 - Blockbustin Dixie – Original Dixieland One-Step. Pete Fountain, Al Hirt – March of the Bob Cats. Pete Fountain & Al Hirt - 1962 - Bourbon Street – Blues On Bourbon Street. Al Hirt with Pete Fountain – Sugar (That Sugar Baby O' Mine).
The icons of Bourbon Street - Al Hirt and Pete Fountain - teamed up for a series of gigs in conjunction with the 1975 Super Bowl being played in Tulane Stadium, with the performances pulled from a number of the evenings. The album mirrors the shows; opening with Hirt and his band, then Fountain and his group performing a set and the night culminating with a jam session featuring Hirt, Fountain and all the band members. Al Hirt and Pete Fountain played together during the celebrations surrounding the Superbowl in New Orleans in 1975, and this disk presents some of the very enjoyable results.
Artists Pete Fountain Pete Fountain's New Orleans. Pete Fountain's New Orleans Pete Fountain. Pete Fountain's New Orleans. This album has an average beat per minute of 117 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 96/161 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Pete Fountain's New Orleans. 1. While We Danced at the Mardi Gras. Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans. 9. Basin Street Blues.
Pete Fountain's name still adorns the sidewalk outside the Bourbon Street building that housed one of his music clubs decades ago. The building, at 800 Bourbon Street, is now home to the dance club Oz. Fountain, the iconic New Orleans jazz clarinetist, died at the age of 86 on August 6, 2016. Advocate photo by SOPHIA GERMER. AP Photo/Bill Haber).
Watch the video for South Rampart Street Parade from Pete Fountain's Treme - The Sound Of New Orleans for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. A new version of Last. South Rampart Street Parade. Set as current obsession.
|A2||Sidewalks Of New York|
|A4||Till We Meet Again|
|B1||When The Saints Go Marching In|
|B2||Diamonds And Pearls|
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- Illustration – Berger*
|GS 1451||Pete Fountain||Broadway To Bourbon Street-The Original New Orleans Sound (LP, Album)||Guest Star||GS 1451||US||1963|