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A Celebration of Clyde Valley Jazz: For a small part of a (relatively) small island, Scotland has produced some amazingly fine players in the trad/Dixieland jazz genre. This album is a tribute to the Scottish jazzers who kept the Clyde Valley ringing & a-jumping. Lots of great players on this CD and 6 of the 16 tracks feature the inimitable 'George Penman's Jazzmen'. George, a stalwart of the Scottish jazz scene died in 2009 so we hope hearing his band on this collection will serve as a fitting tribute to his years of dedication and commitment to "keeping the music Live..."
Trumpet and/or Cornet: Len Herd, Gordon Dillon, Alex Dalgleish, Jim Petrie
Trombone: George Kidd, Jackie Murray
Clarinet: Tom Taylor, Ivan Henderson, Richard Stroake & special guest Forrest “Forrie” Cairns
Banjo: Kit Carey, Alastair McDonald
Bass: Eoin Millar, Roy Percy, George Penman
Bass Guitar: Clark Sorley, Cameron Findlay
Drums: Hamish Henry, Murray Smith, Jim O`Neil, Jim Milroy, Alan Dale, Billy Thom.
Tracks 1/5/7/9/13/15 - George Penman’s Jazzmen; 2/10 Quattro MacJazz; 3/8/11/14 Clan MacJazz; 4/6/12/16 Alz Jazz Palz (Tracks 6 & 12 vocals Alastair McDonald)
|1/1||The “Shake-up” of Araby|
|1/2||Yellow Dog Blues|
|1/3||That Da-Da Strain|
|1/4||Clyde River Valley|
|1/5||South Rampart Street Parade|
|1/6||Bye Bye Bloomberg|
|1/8||Strutting With Some Barbecue|
|1/9||Bugle Boy March|
|1/10||A Georgia Camp Meeting|
|1/13||Alexander’s Ragtime Band|
|1/16||Scotland the Brave|
|Deliver to:||United Kingdom|