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Oh, Didnt He Ramble - Pete Fountain - Oh, Didnt He Ramble (Vinyl)

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  1. Listen to music from Al Hirt Orch. like Al Hirt & Pete Fountain - Oh, Didn't He Ramble, Oh, Didn't He Ramble & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Al Hirt Orch.
  2. This double LP features both the Al Hirt and Pete Fountain bands performing live during halftime at the Super Bowl. Trumpeter Hirt, heard on one of his best recordings in 15 years, leads a sextet featuring longtime clarinetist Pee Wee Spitelera on two lengthy numbers, plus a four-song "Salute to Satchmo" medley. Clarinetist Fountain (at the front of an octet that also stars tenor great.
  3. Didn't He Ramble was written by Bob Cole and J. Rosamond Johnson and was first released by Arthur Collins in It was covered by Jelly-Roll Morton's New Orleans Jazzmen, The New Lost City Ramblers, Peggy Lee, Dr. John and other artists.
  4. didn't he ramble "Didn't He Ramble" (also referred to as "Oh! Didn't He Ramble") was composed by J. Rosamond Johnson, James Weldon Johnson, and Bob Cole in The trio worked as a songwriting team, creating numerous songs that are still played in today's Traditional New Orleans Jazz Repertoire.
  5. Jazz Funeral (Oh, Didn't He Ramble) – Pete Fountain And His Band: Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree: – Medley () – Pete Fountain And His Band: Mood Indigo – Pete Fountain And His Band: It's Been A Long, Long Time – Pete Fountain And His Band: When The Saints Go Marching In: – Salute To Satchmo Medley (9.
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  7. This 2xLP Vinyl record is in near-mint condition! A2 –Al Hirt And His Band Jazz Funeral (Oh, Didn't He Ramble) C1a –Al Hirt And His Band S-H-I-N-E. C1b –Al Hirt And His Band Coquette. C1c –Al Hirt And His Band C'est Si Bon.
  8. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Louis Armstrong - Pete Fountain Presents The Best Of Dixieland at Discogs. Complete your Louis Armstrong collection.
  9. Oh, Didn't He Ramble by Jim McHarg's Metro Stompers was written by Bob Cole and J. Rosamond Johnson and was first released by Arthur Collins in Jim McHarg's Metro Stompers released it on the album Stompin' at the Sheraton in It was covered by Jelly-Roll Morton's New Orleans Jazzmen, The New Lost City Ramblers, Peggy Lee, Dr. John and other artists.

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