Saw that youtube didn't have this classic version, so I thought I'd do this song justice and share it with the world.
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Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue Der "Prince of Jazz" , virtuose Posaunist, brillante Trompeter, charismatische Sänger und Songwriter am 21.03.2011 live in Bonn (Germany).
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Song by Louis Armstrong. Crucial Thanks to: BE @ Mercury Messenger Men Jon O & Jeff A Sweet Baby Jesus AKA Mojo AKA Dark Chocolate AKA Pope John Paul II & his Lovely Assistant @ FX McRory's Young Joolze, for letting me film her even though she hated every second of it. Don't tell her I put this on youtube.
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Subscribe to Bonnaroo365: http://bit.ly/bonnaroo365 See all of the Jam in the Van Bonnaroo sessions: http://ow.ly/dXBRs Read up on the official Bonnaroo Guide to Mardi Gras 2013: http://ow.ly/hwhEo Young singer, Sasha Masakowski, does an incredible take on a New Orleans jazz standard, ""Saint James Infirmary"" for Jam in the Van with her band the Sidewalk Strutters. This song definitely captures the unbelievable feeling of hanging out in one of our favorite cities. Get more Bonnaroo! Facebook: http://facebook.com/bonnaroo Twitter: http://twitter.com/bonnaroo Web: http://www.bonnaroo.com Get it all: http://bit.ly/BonnarooWebsite Get your tickets!!: http://bit.ly/BonnarooTicketInfo Subscribe to Bonnaroo365: http://bit.ly/SubBonnaroo365 Great Bonnaroo365 Music: http://bit.ly/AllB365Music Great Bonnaroo365 Shows: http://bit.ly/AllB365Shows All Access Pass: http://bit.ly/AllAccessPassB365 Facebook: http://bit.ly/B365Facebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/B365Twitter Bonnaroo Blog: http://bit.ly/BonnarooBlog Instagram: http://bit.ly/BonnarooInstagram Tumblr: http://bit.ly/BonnarooTumblr G+: http://bit.ly/BonnarooGooglePlus Pinterest: http://bit.ly/BonnarooPinterest What we are listening to: http://bit.ly/BonnarooSpotify We got Apps: http://bit.ly/BonnarooApps bonnaroo Radio: http://bit.ly/BonnarooRadio Bonnaroo 2013 takes place June 13th to 16th in Manchester, TN. The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival is four of the best days ever. 80,000 happy campers. 700 acres of Tennessee nature. 150 epic performances. 10+ stages of music. Several dozen comedians. An escape into excitement. Music. Art. Discoveries. But Bonnaroo is more than a music festival. If you love music, laughter, animals, dance parties, coolness, friends and good stuff, Bonnaroo 365 will keep you feeling the vibe all year round. Enter a world of music discovery, incredible characters, soulful inspiration, and flat-out ridiculousness. Most importantly, be sure to join in on the fun, conversation, and free stuff. Bonnaroo 365 - Your year round ticket to performances, artists, happiness, adventures, nirvana, couscous, over-joyousness, sharing, dancing, hyperbolic verbiage, system overload... Saint James Infirmary - Sasha Masakowski & The Sidewalk Strutters - Jam in the Van | Bonnaroo365 http://www.youtube.com/user/bonnaroo365
6 г. назад
Preservation Hall Jazz Band is the name for numerous groups of Dixieland Jazz and traditional jazz bands at Preservation Hall in New Orleans, Louisiana, and on tours as organized by the Preservation Hall. The purpose of the Hall has been to preserve the heritage of both New Orleans traditional and Dixieland jazz music born in New Orleans and common to the Riverboats plying the Mississippi River, which spread throughout the South until the early 20th century.
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Jack Teagarden - And His All Stars - St. James Infirmary Weldon Leo "Jack" Teagarden (August 20, 1905--January 15, 1964), known as "Big T" and "The Swingin' Gate", was an influential jazz trombonist, bandleader, composer, and vocalist, regarded as the "Father of Jazz Trombone". Teagarden's trombone style was largely self-taught, and he developed many unusual alternative positions and novel special effects on the instrument. He is usually considered the most innovative jazz trombone stylist of the pre-Bebop era, and did much to expand the role of the instrument beyond the old tailgate style role of the early New Orleans brass bands. Chief among his contributions to the language of jazz trombonists was his ability to interject the blues or merely a "blue feeling" into virtually any piece of music. "Jack Teagarden died, alone, of a heart attack complicated by bronchial pneumonia in his room at the Prince Conti Hotel in the French Quarter of New Orleans on January 15, 1964. He was only 58. "I sometimes think people like Jack were just go-betweens," Bobby Hackett told a friend. "The Good Lord said, 'Now you go and show 'em what it is', and he did. I think everybody familiar with Jack Teagarden knows that he was something that happens just once. It won't happen again. Not that way..."
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Sweet Emma Barrett
6 г. назад
This was recorded for "The Culture Show", but it was the add on for the NY Times article