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Firehouse Five Plus Two - Crashes A Party! Album

Firehouse Five Plus Two - Crashes A Party! Album

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Interprète: Firehouse Five Plus Two
Titre: Crashes A Party!
Pays: US
Publié sur: 1960
Style: Dixieland
Category: Jazz
Classement: 4.5
Catalogue #: S 10038
Label: Good Time Jazz

Tracklist

1Let's Have A Party
Written-By – Cliff Friend, Joe Haymes, Phil Baxter
3:35
2Bill Bailey
Written-By – Hughie Cannon
3:03
3I Want A Girl
Written-By – Harry Von Tilzer, Will Dillon
3:12
4Mama Inez
Written-By – Eliseo Grenet, L. Wolfe Gilbert
3:01
5Button Up Your Overcoat
Written-By – B. G. DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson
2:49
6Ballin' The Jack
Written-By – Chris Smith , Jim Burris
3:17
7Heart Of My Heart
Written-By – Ben Ryan
3:10
8You Are My Sunshine
Written-By – Charles Mitchell , Jimmie Davis
2:48
9Nobody's Sweetheart
Written-By – Billy Meyers , Elmer Schoebel, Ernie Erdman, Gus Kahn
3:10
10At The Fireman's Ball
Written-By – Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh
3:14
11When The Saints Go Marching In
Written-By – Traditional
3:33
12At The Jazz Band Ball
Written-By – Larry Shields, D. J. LaRocca
3:15


Crédits

  • BanjoDick Roberts
  • Design [Cover]Ward Kimball
  • DrumsEddie Forrest
  • Engineer [Sound By]Howard Holzer, Roy DuNann
  • Liner NotesLester Koenig
  • Photography By [Cover]Peter James Samerjan
  • PianoFrank Thomas
  • ProducerLester Koenig
  • Soprano SaxophoneGeorge Probert
  • Trombone, LeaderWard Kimball
  • TrumpetDanny Alguire
  • TubaDon Kinch
  • TypographyGuidi, Tri-Arts


Codes-barres

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): STEREO LKS 87 D9
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): STEREO LKS 88 D6
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): LKS 87
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): LKS 88


Album

The Firehouse Five Plus Two was a Dixieland jazz band, popular in the 1950s, consisting of members of the Disney animation department. Leader Ward Kimball was inspired to form the band after spending time with members of the Disney animation and sound department and finding that they had a lot in common as jazz aficionados. The lunchtime chats escalated into a full on lunchtime jam session as Kimball, an amateur trombonist, and animator Frank Thomas, a pianist, would find they sounded pretty good all. Gathering together friends and relatives to simulate a party, the Firehouse Five play their usual brand of spirited and exuberant Dixieland. Between songs the crowd which sounds purposely drunk shouts out requests and makes a variety of silly remarks about the music and the party itself. Plays for Lovers. Firehouse Five Plus Two. 2020 Album of 1955. Crashes a Party Firehouse Five Plus Two. 2020 Album of 1959. Goes to Sea. 2020 Album of 1957. Burning Dixieland Hits. Friends of Dixieland. Dixieland Jazz, Vol. Turk Murphy Jazz Band, Firehouse Five Plus Two, Lu Watters Yerba Buena Jazz Band, Bob Scoby's Frisco Band, Castle Jazz Band. Greatest Jazz Masters. Sweet Georgia Brown. Live EP. The Very Best Of Firehouse Five plus Two. Album 1959 12 Songs. Jazz 1959. Let's Have a Party. Mama Inez. The Firehouse Five Plus Two was a Dixieland jazz band, popular in the 1950s, consisting of members of the Walt Disney Studios animation department Danny Alguire - cornet Harper Goff - banjo Ward Kimball - trombone, siren, tambourine, The Firehouse Five Plus Two was a Dixieland jazz band, popular in the 1950s, consisting of members of the Walt Disney Studios animation department Danny Alguire - cornet Harper Goff - banjo Ward Kimball - trombone, siren, tambourine, read more. Similar Artists. From the album The Firehouse Five Plus Two Crashes a Party. Rivers of Babylon, Sugar Sugar, More Than I Can A Party is a dixieland music album recording by FIREHOUSE FIVE PLUS TWO released in 1960 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Crashes A Party. Firehouse Five Plus Two Format: Audio CD. Verified Purchase. This is beyond a doubt the best of Firehouse 5 2 I've ever heard. I grew up listening to the album and was thrilled to find the CD version. Overall, it's a pretty good likeness to the album, and it is very clean sounding. I do recall the soprano sax and piano being somewhat more prominent in the original album platform, so the mixing could have been a tad more faithful. The joy these musicians have in performing such fun music is definitely conveyed, and you, too, will be transcended into a happier place