Wendell Eugene's New Orleans Band - West Indies Blues (1978)

Genre: Jazz / Dixieland | Total Time: 44:25 | Size: 100.91 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1. West Indies Blues
2. Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime
3. Muskrat Ramble
4. Blues
5. Lil' Lisa Jane
6. Pagan Love Song
7. Should I Reveal
8. Bourbon Street Parade
9. Boogie
10. I Can't Give You Anything But Love
11. China Boy
12. Exactly Like You
13. Fidgety Feet

Recorded in New Orleans September 1st 1978

Wendell Eugene, trombone
Albert Walters, trumpet
Raymond Burke, clarinet
Jeanette Kimball, piano
Emanuel Salyes, banjo
Les Muscutt, banjo
Chester Zardis, bass
Chester Jones, drums

Wendell Eugene is an American jazz musician from New Orleans, Louisiana. He is a popular trombonist on the New Orleans jazz scene and has recorded with artists such as Lionel Ferbos, Harold Dejan, and Kermit Ruffins. He is the oldest active jazz musician in New Orleans.

Wendell Eugene's New Orleans Band was oft heard at Preservation Hall in New Orleans in the 1970s. Their style was fresh and exciting and it was decided to record the band for posterity in 1978. This CD is the result of the session at Ultrasonic Studios on Washington Avenue. Enjoy!

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