This early jazz standard receives a unique treatment with its inclusion of a small Dixieland group within the ensemble: soprano sax or clarinet, trumpet, and trombone along with the rhythm
Take this familiar folk song with its natural melodic swing, add a New Orleans style swing feel at a tempo of 158 bpm, create nice interplay between the rhythm section and horns, make it
Welcome to Bourbon Street! Part of the First Place for Jazz Series, this New Orleans party groove is sure to get everyone moving. At about 200 bpm, the groove is clearly established in the rhythm section
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