Clambake on Bourbon Street

Various Artists COOK11815

Polished off with a saucy French Creole chorus, Queen Mother of the Rue Royale Ms. Lizzie Miles treats you to the lustiest "All of Me" you'll ever hear. Tony Costa of the Parisian Room Band contributes a squealing clarinet that is matched only by pianist Red Camp's dazzling finger displays. And no one can touch band leader Tony Almerico's trumpeting. But one of the most special moments here is the Louis-Armstrong type grovel that Sam DeKemel spits out on "Waffle Man Blues," interspersed with his bugling blues. All together, this is stellar Dixieland jazz.

Record Label Cook Records
Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage

Copyright 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / Cook Records

Genre(s) Jazz & Ragtime
Country(s) United States
Instrument(s) Bugle
Subject(s) Blues; Jazz
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101 Some of These Days Lizzie Miles 2:40
102 St. Louis Blues Buglin' Sam DeKemel with Tony Almerico's Parisian Room Band 3:56
103 Old Grey Bonnet Buglin' Sam DeKemel with Tony Almerico's Parisian Room Band 2:35
104 All of Me Lizzie Miles 2:38
105 That's a Plenty Tony Almerico's Parisian Room Band 3:59
201 In a Little Spanish Town Buglin' Sam DeKemel with Tony Almerico's Parisian Room Band 2:41
202 Waffle Man Blues Buglin' Sam DeKemel with Tony Almerico's Parisian Room Band 3:37
203 Indiana Buglin' Sam DeKemel with Tony Almerico's Parisian Room Band 2:22
204 Darkness on the Delta Lizzie Miles 3:00
205 Swanee River Buglin' Sam DeKemel with Tony Almerico's Parisian Room Band 2:31
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