Emanuel Sayles And The Cotton City Jazzband - New Orleans Today Volume 1 album
The Cotton City has done many recordings with original jazzmen like, Louis Nelson, Kid Thomas, Percy Humphrey, Don Ewell, Alton Purnell, Emanuel Sayles and Freddie Kohlman. Nowadays the legacy goes on and the Cotton City is still going strong playin' the New Orleans Jazz and get their inspiration by the great Jazzplayers
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The New Orleans Cotton Exchange was established in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1871 as a centralized forum for the trade of cotton. It operated in New Orleans until closing in 1964. Occupying several buildings over its history, its final location, the New Orleans Cotton Exchange Building, is now a National Historic Landmark.
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Preservation Hall on Bourbon Street is always a hit but also visit the Mother-In-Law Lounge on Claiborne Avenue, Rock-N-Bowl in Mid-City, the Maple Leaf Uptown and Vaughn’s in the Bywater. These local dives and music venues will keep you dancing all night. It’s all part of the magic, part of the brilliant je ne sais quoi that is found only in New Orleans. New Orleans history is in music clubs all over town: French Quarter, Mid-City, Uptown & more. Jazz wasn’t just born in New Orleans – it grew up here.
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New Orleans inters its dead a little differently than the rest of the country. Due to the city’s high water table, coffins are safeguarded in mausoleums instead of buried, creating eerily beautiful cities of the dead. In addition to infamous Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau, St. Louis No. 1 will also be the final resting place for Nicolas Cage, who has erected a huge pyramid tomb for his interment. Why go? You cannot - repeat - cannot visit New Orleans without experiencing the most joyful combination of café au lait and beignets at this iconic open-air coffee stand. The fluffy texture of the hot beignets, spilling over with powdered sugar (don’t wear black) is incomparable, especially with the cafe’s signature chicory coffee.
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Written-By – J. Oliver*
|A2||Just A Closer Walk
Arranged By – Sayles*Written-By – Trad.*
|A3||Over The Waves
Written-By – J. Rosas*
Written-By – P. Piron*
|B1||Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None Of My Jelly Roll
Written-By – Cl. Williams*, Sp. Williams*
Written-By – Joe Darensbourg
Written-By – Chatman*, Williams*, Parish*
|B4||Who's Sorry Now
Written-By – Kalmar*, Ruby*, Snyder*
|B5||Should I Reveal
Written-By – Freed*, Brown*
- Recorded At – G.S.T. Studio Ghent
- Banjo, Vocals – Emanuel Sayles
- Bass – Paul Gevaert
- Clarinet – Rudi Balliu
- Drums – Jean-Pierre Roelant
- Trombone – Romain Vandriessche*
- Trumpet – Jacques Cruyt