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by The Barrelhouse Wailers

Prohibition era hot jazz & blues.
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. When I Get Low, I Get High
3:24 album only
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2. Crow Jane
3:43 album only
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3. Yes Sir That's My Baby
3:34 album only
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4. Freight Train
3:17 album only
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5. After You've Gone
4:53 album only
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6. St. Louis Blues
5:17 album only
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7. I Can't Give You Anything but Love
4:43 album only
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8. Do Your Duty
3:54 album only
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9. Some of These Days
3:14 album only
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10. I Need a Little Sugar in My Bowl
4:58 album only
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11. Joseph, Joseph
3:45 album only
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12. St. James Infirmary
6:12 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Barrelhouse Wailers serve up their own take on Prohibition Era hot jazz and blues music of the 1920’s and 1930’s. They perform on only acoustic instruments to retain the authentic sound of that period. The Wailers bring their passion and energy to the style, making it as fresh today as it was when it was the newest, hottest dance music 90 years ago! They have been influenced by a cocktail of artists, past and present, like Bessie Smith, Ella Fitzgerald, Asylum Street Spankers, Gershwin, Sydney Bichet, Billie Holiday as well as Traditional New Orleans Jazz, Classic Blues, Country Blues and Jug Band sounds.
The band formed in the spring of 2012 by guitarist, Wayne Philipp, and singer, Karen Parkhouse, who wanted to perform the Pre-WWII Jazz and Blues they both loved. The duo soon found like minded musicians over the next few months and after a few personnel shifts, cemented the current lineup by the end of the year. Featuring a line up of 6-8 musicians, they began performing shows in January, 2013 and have been playing steadily around Ventura and Los Angeles since then.

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