Ray Bauduc - Nappy Lamare And Their Dixieland Band - Masters Of Dixieland Vol. 4 album flac
|A1||Walking With The King||2:40|
|A2||Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans||2:58|
|A3||Big Noise From Winnetka||2:39|
|A4||Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?||2:24|
|A6||South Rampart Street Parade||2:47|
|B1||Black And White Rag||2:08|
|B2||Lena From Palesteena||2:55|
|B3||Tin Roof Blues||3:58|
|B6||That Da-Da Strain||2:25|
Ray Bauduc - Nappy Lamare And Their Dixieland Band - Masters Of Dixieland Vol. 4 (LP, Comp).
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Dixieland songs download, free online mp3 listen. Ray Bauduc & Nappy Lamare - Tin Roof Blues. album: Masters of Dixieland. Ray Bauduc & Nappy Lamare - That Da-Da Strain. Herb Miller Jazz Band - At The Jazz Band Ball. album: Let The Good Times Roll. Kings Of Dixieland - Royal Garden Blues. album: Vol. 2. The New Dixieland Five - At the Jazz Band Ball. album: Chicago Shimmy. Tony Parenti's Deans Of Dixieland - New Orleans Joys.
Ray Bauduc's New Orleans origins instilled in him a love for two-beat drumming, which he retained even when he played with Bob Crosby's swing era big band. He was a was a hugely popular and influential jazz drummer best known for his work with the Bob Crosby Orchestra and their band-within-a-band, the Bobcats, between 1935 and 1942. Bauduc's regular feature with the band, The Big Crash From China, provided an excellent example of his intelligent soloing and superb cymbal work. After leaving Crosby when the band broke up in 1942, Bauduc worked with Jimmy Dorsey, Jack Teagarden and others and in the '50s became co-leader, with former Crosby-colleague Nappy Lamare, of a popular west coast-based band. Ray Bauduc was a trend setter in traditional jazz circles.