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Artist information:
Artist:
Russell Pee Wee
Instrument(s):
Clarinet, Saxophone
Country:
U.S.A.
Gender:
Male

Record title:
The Golden Era of Dixieland Jazz
Price: (Euro)
10
Main style:
Jazz
Substyle(s):
Traditional Jazz

Record information:
Record Company/
Label:
Pickwick
Catalogue
number:
PTP 2026
Released
originally:
196?
This copy:
(if not orig.)

Cover made in:
U.S.A.
Record made in:
U.S.A.
Media:
Album
Sub media:
2-LP
Condition/
cover:
EX
Condition/
record(s):
EX-/M-
Additional information about:
Label:Cover:
Silver labels. Black Pickwick/33 logo on the right.Glossy fold-out cover. Some seam, spine and corner wear.
Record(s):Attachment:
One needle mark (side B/track 1), causing several light clicks. Plays otherwise great although the pressing quality may not be the best in the whole wide world... Company inner sleeves.
Other information & picture:
One of the giants of jazz, born Charles Ellsworth Russell in 1906 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. As Pee Wee Russell & His Dixieland All Stars, featuring George Wettling, Buster Bailey, Vic Dickerson, Milt Hinton, Marty Napoleon and Rex Stewart. A total of 17 previously released tracks, including e.g. "High Society", "Jazz Me Blues", "Tin Roof Blues", "When the Saints Go Marching in", "Baby Won't You Please Come Home", "Sentimental Journey" and "I'd Do Most Anything for You". Electronically enhanced for stereo.


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