Dukes of Dixieland: The Fabulous Sounds
You’ll love this collection of four albums’ worth of toe-tapping jazz from the Dukes of Dixieland. Founded in 1949, the latest incarnation of the group continues to thrill audiences today aboard the Steamboat Natchez in the French Quarter of New Orleans. The Dukes were the first jazz band to record in stereo and all four of the albums on this fantastic 2-CD set are in glorious stereo. Performed with enthusiasm and enormous ability, this snappy release features 47 great classics like: “St. James’ Infirmary,” “Sweet Georgia Brown,” “South Rampart Street Parade,” “Darktown Strutter’s Ball,” “Alabama Jubilee,” “Dippermouth Blues,” and more.
Total Time: Over 2 hours