Papa Jack Laine - Papa Laine's Children mp3 downloadPerformer: Papa Jack Laine
Title: Papa Laine's Children
Style: Art Rock,Jazz Instrument
Location: Dixon Hall, Tulane University
Date of recording: June 6, 1951
Size MP3 version: 1833 mb
Size FLAC version: 1793 mb
Size WMA version: 1506 mb
Format: DMF AC3 DTS VOX MOD MMF
Papa Jack Laine - Papa Laine's Children mp3 download
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Laine's Reliance Brass Band was the first to fuse European, African, and Latin music. The earliest jazz musicians can be traced back to playing in the Reliance Brass Band or being influenced by those who had.
Members of his bands went on to form the "Original Dixieland Jazz band" who recorded the 1st jazz record: "Dixie Jass Band One Step" and "Livery Stable Blues. This record was made for the Victor label in New York on February 26, 1917. The record was released in May of 1917. There is a lot of mis-information on the web about Papa Jack and everything I post here is accurate and from a reliable source. My copy of Papa Jack Laine's "Children" red vinyl record: See all. Photos.
Papa Laine's Children - Get over Dirty March, Barnyard Blues, I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles and 15 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Papa Laine's Children. Count: 15. Views: 0. Papa Laine's Children tracks. Get over Dirty March.
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His Marching band was named Reliance Brass Band and it was the first to fuse European, African and Latin music together.
Talk:Papa Jack Laine. What is Adam Budofsky's source for making that claim? None seems to be given for the statement. It seems incredible that after all the interviews with surviving musicians and the numerous books written over the decades, this astounding information should have been entirely unknown to jazz history until Adam Budofsky published it in 2006
|1||Get Over Dirty March||Papa Jack Laine||3:08|
|2||Barnyard Blues||Papa Jack Laine||2:51|
|3||I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles||Papa Jack Laine||2:46|
|4||Postman's Lament||Papa Jack Laine||5:16|
|5||Ella Speed Blues||Papa Jack Laine||3:57|
|6||Sensation Rag||Papa Jack Laine||3:03|
|7||Just Jazz||Papa Jack Laine||2:32|
|8||Chef Menteur Joys||Papa Jack Laine||4:14|
|9||Oh, You Beautiful Doll||Papa Jack Laine||3:02|
|10||Sweet Sue||Papa Jack Laine||3:19|
|11||St. Louis Blues||Papa Jack Laine||3:22|
|12||Bucket's Got A Hole In||Papa Jack Laine||3:09|
|13||Papa Laine Talks||Papa Jack Laine||1:39|
|14||Papa Laine Talks, Pt. 2||Papa Jack Laine||0:30|
|15||Any Rags, Any Bones, Any Bottles Today||Papa Jack Laine||2:42|
CreditsRay Bauduc - Drums
Tom Brown - Trombone
George H. Buck, Jr. - Liner Notes
Raymond Burke - Clarinet
Paul Crawford - Trombone
Papa Jack Laine - Primary Artist
Sherwood Mangiapane - String Bass, Vocals
Chink Martin - String Bass
Barry Martyn - Producer
Stanley Mendelson - Piano
Santo Pecoraro - Drums
Jake Sciambra - Piano
Harry Shields - Clarinet
Edmond Souchon - Banjo, Guitar, Liner Notes, Vocals
Johnny Wiggs - Cornet