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Album Review

This collector's LP is one of the better Don Ewell records. Captured in concert in 1966, Ewell performs duets with bassist Charles Burrell (including Jelly Roll Morton, Earl Hines and Fats Waller medleys), plays a couple of other Morton numbers ("The Pearls" and "Sweet Substitute") and backs singer Barbara Dane on four trad jazz favorites. A well-rounded effort that finds Ewell paying tribute to his main influences, this frequently joyous album is becoming increasingly difficult to find.


Genre: Jazz

It seems strange that Dewey Jackson made so few recordings because he was one of the biggest names in St. Louis jazz of the 1920's and was considered a legend for decades. Jackson played early on with the Odd Fellows Boys' Band (1912), Tommy Evans (1916-17) and George Reynolds' Keystone Band. After working on riverboats with Charles Creath, Jackson led his Golden Melody band (1920-23). During 1924-41 the trumpeter was a fixture on the riverboats, either heading his own groups (including the St. Louis...
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In Concert, Dewey Jackson
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  • 3,99 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: 14 December 1966

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