Dr. Jazz Vol. 11


By the 1950s, the feverishly sculpted, rough-hewn innovations characteristic of the early Chicagoan period had mellowed into a polished band style remarkable for both its integrity and its staying power. Condon nevertheless continued to produce superior hot jazz for many more years, with the front line of Davison, Cutshall, and Hall being one of the best ever to have played beneath his banner.

Wild Bill Davison and others.

Improvisation For The March Of Time
That Da Da Strain
Dippermouth Blues
Keepin’ Out Of Mischief Now
Black And Blue
Baby Won’t You Please Come Home
At The Jazzband Ball
Mandy, Make Up Your Mind
Singin’ The Blues
Blue And Broken Hearted
Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans
I Want To Be Happy
Fidgety Feet
Memphis Blues
The Blues; Ole Miss
Improvisation For The March Of Time

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