Albert "Papa" French And His New Orleans Jazz Band - A Night At Dixieland Hall Vol.1 album
Leader & Banjo – Albert „Papa French, Bass – Stewart Davis, Clarinet, Lead Vocals – Joseph .
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Recorded live at Dixieland Hall. Box 2428, New Orleans, La. 70116. Nobility LP 702 on back sleeve. Shalom Records LP-702 on labels. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.
29 (AP) -Albert (Papa) French, banjostrumming leader of the Tuxedo Jazz Band and a wellknown New Orleans musician, died Wednesday after a brief illness. He was 66 years old. Mr. French was hired in 1950 as a banjo player for the famous Tuxedo Band, the group founded by Oscar (Papa) Celestin in 1910. He became leader in 1958. He recorded an album Papa French at Traditional Hall. Continue reading the main story.
This album was released in 1965 year.
New Orleans differed greatly from the rest of the young United States in its Old World cultural relationships. The Creole culture was Catholic and French-speaking rather than Protestant and English-speaking. A more liberal outlook on life prevailed, with an appreciation of good food, wine, music, and dancing. On a Saturday night Frankie Duson's Eagle Band would play the Masonic Hall because he played a whole lot of blues. All the bands around New Orleans would play quadrilles starting about midnight. When you did that nice people would know it was time to go home because things got rough after that. Jelly Roll Morton, "Mr. Jelly Roll" (Alan Lomax). You see, New Orleans was very organization-minded.
Original Dixieland Jass Band (after mid-1917 spelling changed to Jazz) A Chicago that played the popular Dixieland Jazz style. A band which, in 1917, was the first ever to make a jazz recording. It was also the first jazz band to achieve widespread prominence. The Original Dixieland Jass Band are often known by their initials, the . The band consisted of 5 white musicians who had previously been playing in the Papa Jack Laine bands, a diverse and racially integrated collection of musicians who played for parades, dances, and advertising in New Orleans.
1997 Preservation Hall Jazz Band of New Orleans, LA (Sony). 1998 Because of You (Sony). 2004 Preservation Hall Hot 4 with Duke Dejan (Preservation Hall). In 1976, Brunious substituted for his father in Albert "Papa" French's band for Mardi Gras, and by 1979 was playing regularly at Preservation Hall with Kid Thomas Valentine. He was named leader of the group upon Valentine's death in 1987. He also played with the Eureka Brass Band (1980), Lionel Hampton (1981), Linda Hopkins (1984), and Sammy Rimington (1984). He played with Louis Nelson in 1986-89, and did recordings with the Caledonia Jazz Band of Norway in 1986 and 1987.
Albert "Papa" French (November 16, 1910 – September 28, 1977) was an American jazz musician, banjo player, and band leader in New Orleans. He was a banjo player in the Original Tuxedo Brass Band of New Orleans. This band was founded in 1910 and led for 44 years by Papa Celestin. After the death of Papa Celestin in 1954, leadership was briefly taken over by trombonist Eddie Pierson until his death in 1958
A New Orleans institution, the Original Tuxedo Jazz Band was formed in 1910 by the Creole trumpeter-cornetist Oscar "Papa" Celestin, who led the band for 44 years. After Celestin's death in 1954, trombonist Eddie Pierson took over the leadership until his death in 1958. They follow with a mellow rendition of "The Savoy Blues" from their A Night At Dixieland Hall album. And for their finale, they launch into the rousing New Orleans jazz classic "Tiger Rag," a tune first recorded in 1917 by the Original Dixieland Jass Band and one that best exemplifies the spirit of collective improvisation
|A1||Rampart Street Parade|
|A2||Way Down Yonder In New Orleans|
|A5||Darktown Strutters Ball|
|A6||Mack The Knife|
|B2||St. James Infirmary|
|B3||Twelfth Street Rag|
|B5||Bourbon Street Parade|
- Banjo, Leader – Albert "Papa" French*
- Clarinet, Vocals – Joseph "Cornbread" Thomas*
- Design [Cover] – Emerson E. Mangum
- Double Bass [Bass Fiddle] – Stewart Davis
- Drums – Louis Barbarin
- Engineer [Recording] – Cosimo Matassa*
- Liner Notes – I. Anderson
- Piano – Jeanette Kimball
- Trombone – Waldren "Frog" Joseph, Wendell Eugene
- Trumpet – Alvin Alcorn
NotesBlue labels, all-silver print. LARGE title and song titles.
This record is respectfully dedicated to the Jazz Museum, 1017 Dumaine Street, New Orleans, LA.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Run out, Side A): 186-842-2 NashvilleMatrix 86
- Matrix / Runout (Run out, Side B ): Side 2 186-L843 -2 G? NashvilleMatrix 86
|LP 702, LP-702||Albert "Papa" French And His New Orleans Jazz Band*||A Night At Dixieland Hall (LP, Album, Mono)||Nobility, Nobility||LP 702, LP-702||US||Unknown|
|LP 702, LP-702||"Papa" French And His New Orleans Jazz Band||A Night At Heritage Hall (LP, Album, RE)||Nobility, Shalom Records||LP 702, LP-702||US||1969|
|LP 702, LP-702||"Papa" French And His New Orleans Jazz Band||A Night At Heritage Hall (LP, Album, RE, Blu)||Nobility, Nobility||LP 702, LP-702||US||1969|
|LP 702, LP-702||Albert "Papa" French And His New Orleans Jazz Band*||A Night At Dixieland Hall Vol.1 (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Nobility, Nobility||LP 702, LP-702||US||Unknown|