Dirty Dozen Brass Band Voodoo TQMP

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Name:Dirty Dozen Brass Band Voodoo TQMP

Total Size: 238.71 MB

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Last Updated: 2017-11-30 10:40:49 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-24 01:36:33

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Voodoo.log (Size: 238.71 MB) (Files: 19)


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 Torrent downloaded from Demonoid.com.txt

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 08. Santa Cruz.flac

25.33 MB

 07. Black Drawers,Blue Piccolo.flac

53.19 MB

 06. Don't Drive Drunk.flac

18.78 MB

 05. Moose The Mooche (with Branford Marsalis).flac

18.53 MB

 04. Gemini Rising.flac

26.69 MB

 03. Oop Pop A Dah (with Dizzy Gillespie).flac

22.61 MB

 02. Voodoo.flac

40.06 MB

 01. It's All Over Now (with Dr. John).flac

30.68 MB



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  booklet cover .jpg

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  booklet 5-6.jpg

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  booklet 3-4.jpg

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  booklet 1-2.jpg

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229.47 KB

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A twister in music? The Dirty Dozen brass band!
The Dirty Dozen has been up for big challenges in the past with its bracing, innovative blend of traditional New Orleans sounds and modern jazz sensibilities. The ensemble has recorded with artists from Dizzy Gillespie (a hero and inspiration) to Elvis Costello, taken on the music of jazz inventor Jelly Roll Morton for the album Jelly and reinterpreted the hymns and parade songs of the Crescent City second-line bands for 2004's Funeral For A Friend (following the death of co-founding member Tuba Fats). They've mixed intriguing approaches to traditional and familiar material, but in a context emphasizing challenging original music composed by the Dozen members themselves. In the course, the band resurrected, revitalized and put distinctly personal stamps on what was a dying tradition of New Orleans brass bands when the group formed in the late '70s, inspiring a full-on revival that's flourished with several new generations of young brass bands each bringing their own twists to the form.

On this cd DDBB plays the Jelly Roll Morton pieces, per his own statement. "the inventor of jazz". take it or leave it, it was Jelly Roll jazz!

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