Sweet Substitute - New Red Onion Jazz Babies - Volume One (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The New Red Onion Jazz Babies is a Kansas City group dedicated to the preservation of traditional jazz, the way the "Red Onion Jazz Babies" played it in the s. They officially came into existence in June of when they began working at the nationally famous Bristol Bar & Grill in Kansas City. The nucleus of the band stretches back to trombonist Marvin Hart's own "Dixie Six", which.
  2. May 24,  · "Sweet Substitute" a Ferdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton masterpiece. Band Members: Barry Springer, cornet.
  3. The New Red Onion Jazz Babies is the Midwest's premier traditional jazz band. From Kansas City, Missouri, the band has excited audiences since , bringing the jazz "roots" to thousands around the Midwest and across the United States.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Red Onion Jazz Babies on Discogs. Label: Jazz Collector - JEL 9 • Format: Vinyl 7 Louis Armstrong And The Red Onion Jazz Babies - Red Onion Jazz Babies (, Vinyl) | Discogs5/5(1).
  5. The Red Onion Jazz Babies sessions (created by the Gennett label) were organized by Clarence Williams and featured Lil Hardin-Armstrong, who had come east to be near her husband Louis who had just joined Fletcher Henderson And His Orchestra the month before. The sessions are also famous for bringing Sidney Bechet and Louis Armstrong together for the first time on record.
  6. May 10,  · The New Red Onion Jazz Babies perform at Cafe Salvadore in Olathe, Kansas. Drop in on their website to learn more about the band and about their recordings. BAND MEMBERS.
  7. Jan 25,  · They changed their name not long after to the "New" Red Onion Jazz Babies. They have been performing in their home town Kansas City, and at Jazz .
  8. The Red Onion Jazz Band at the Jazz Convention EP (their second recording) contains two vocal tracks; the bawdy sea-shanty "Barnacle Bill", and a version of Tommy Dorsey's "It's Tight Like That". Gerry Humphrys left the band for four months in June , and Jerry Salt, Derek Miller or Eddie Robbins replaced his clarinet, while Brett.

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