Southern Jazz | Swingin' in Paducah

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Swingin' in Paducah

by Southern Jazz

"It's too much Dixieland to be called Swing and too much Swing to be called Dixieland"
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. I Can't Give You Anything but Love
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2. Shine
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3. Darktown Strutters Ball
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4. Cotton Fields
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5. Struttin'with Some Barbecue
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6. Indiana
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7. Careless Love
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8. Avalon
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9. Just a Closer Walk with Thee
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10. Saints(Battle Hymn, Amazing Grace)
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11. My Old Kentucky Home
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Marcel Joly of jazzgazette.be

Southern Jazz's, "Swingin' in Paducah"

"... Let me assure you right away that there is nothing amateurish about their playing. Each and every member of this band from Paducah, Kentucky, plays on a high professional level.
...It's too much dixieland to be called swing and too much swing to be called dixieland!
...If you like this kind of in between music, as it was played by a lot of swing musicians at the time when the war between the traditionalists and the modern guys had made swing music obsolete for a while, you sure will love these CDs of Southern Jazz. One thing is sure, the music swings all the time...."

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