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History of jazz in Australia.

Author: Ron Wills; Sound Heritage Association.
Publisher: [Australia] : Sound Heritage Association, [1996]
Series: Soundabout Australia.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Authentic original recordings take us back to 1925 and the beginnings of jazz in Australia. We hear 60 years of playing from the great musicians who have made Australia one of the top jazz nations"--Booklet title page.
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Ron Wills; Sound Heritage Association.
OCLC Number: 50002092
Notes: Compact disc.
Accompanying insert with biographical information, bibliography and discographies in English by Ron Wills.
Performer(s): Various artists and musical groups.
Event notes: Recorded at various places in Australia from 1925-1989.
Description: 2 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 insert (51 pages : illustrations ; 12 x 12 cm).
Contents: Disc 1: Yes Sir that's my baby (Ray Tellier's San Francisco Orchestra) ; Freshie (Sidney Simpson and his Wentworth Cafe Orchestra) ; Milenberg joys (Palais Royal Californians) ; How could Red Riding Hood (Al Hammett and his Ambassadors Orchestra) ; Forty Second Street (Jim Davidson and his New Palais Royal Orchestra) ; Original Dixieland one step (Jim Davidson and his New Palais Royal Orchestra) ; It don't mean a thing (Frank Coughland and his Trocadero Orchestra) ; Harlem heat (Dudley Cantrell and his Grace Grenadiers) ; Ja da (Don Roberts' Wolf Gang) ; Georgia bo bo (Graeme Bell's Dixieland Six) ; Back to Croajingalong (George Trevare's Jazz Group) ; Smokey mokes (Graeme Bell and his Dixieland Band) ; Jazz parade (Lazy Ade and his Backroom Jazz) ; Red hot Henry Brown (Southern Jazz Group) ; King's Cross boogie (Les Welch and his 8 Beat Boys) ; That da da strain (Frank Coughlan and his Lucky Seven) ; Oh! Lady be good (Rex Stewart and his Sydney Six) ; Daily jazz (Frank Johnson and his Fabulous Dixielanders) ; Ice cream (Wocka Dyer and his Bacchanalians) ; Ole broke-up stomp (Barrelhouse Jazz Band) ; Nog's march (Graeme Bell and his Australian Jazz Band) ; S.O.L. blues (Paramount Jazz Band) ; I'm confessin' that I love you (Port Jackson Jazz Band). Disc 2: Ockeration (Music Maker All Stars) ; Ka link (Australian All Stars) ; Theme from McRobertsonland (Bob Gibson and his Orchestra) ; Old gold (Bob Gibson Sextet) ; Little Niles (Three Out) ; In vino veritas (Errol Buddle Quartet) ; When the saints go marching in (Frank Coughlan and his Dixielanders) ; Brown slouch hat (Graeme Bell and his All Stars) ; Spirit song (Bernie McGann Quartet) ; Rhino rag (Galapagos Duck) ; If I had you (Merv Acheson and his Mainstreamers) ; Milenberg joys (Dave Dallwitz Sydney Big Band) ; Now is the time (Don Burrows Quintet) ; Don't get around much any more (George Golla Orchestra) ; Night in Tunisia (Morrison Brothers Big Bad Band) ; Stompin' at the Savoy (Morrison Brothers Big Bad Band) ; Wagga Wagga (Dave Dallwitz Good Time Jazz Orchestra).
Series Title: Soundabout Australia.
Other Titles: Australia's heritage in sound

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"Authentic original recordings take us back to 1925 and the beginnings of jazz in Australia. We hear 60 years of playing from the great musicians who have made Australia one of the top jazz nations"--Booklet title page.

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