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California Here We Come!

Paris Washboard

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Album Review

Fans of classic jazz and Dixieland will enjoy this heated effort. Paris Washboard is comprised of clarinetist Alain Marquet, trombonist Daniel Barda, pianist Louis Mazetier and the washboard of Gerard Bagot; Gerard Gervois guests on tuba during half of the selections on this CD. Marquet's playing is so strong that it makes up for the absence of a trumpet. Together the quartet jams on trad standards and obscurities, with the highlights including "Down in Honky Tonk Town," "The Minor Drag," "Candy Lips," "Maple Leaf Rag" (in the spirit of Sidney Bechet's 1932 recording) and "There'll Be Some Changes Made."

Biography

Formed: 1988

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Clarinetist Alain Marquet (formerly a member of Charquet & Co.) and trombonist Daniel Barda (who was with the High Society Jazz Band) first regularly played together with the Gilbert Leroux Washboard Group in 1987. When Bob Erdos of Stomp Off Records wanted to record Marquet, Paris Washboard (consisting originally of Marquet, Barda, Leroux, and pianist Louis Mazetier) was formed. Their recording of "When We're Smiling" was so popular that the recording group became a regular band. Their spirited...
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  • $16.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: 1993

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