Hurricane sessions, Preservation Hall [Jazz Band]
The work Hurricane sessions, Preservation Hall [Jazz Band] represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Newburyport Public Library.

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  • 621mdyKKWY8
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  • True
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  • 2
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  • Hurricane sessions, Preservation Hall [Jazz Band]
Main title
  • Hurricane sessions
Responsibility statement
  • Preservation Hall [Jazz Band]
Language
  • eng
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  • multiple forms
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  • not applicable
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  • not applicable
OCLC Number
  • 232992561
Other event information
  • Recorded principally at Sea-Saint Recording Studio, New Orleans, LA, Apr. 27, 1959-2007
Table of contents
  • Radio intro. Let us make a record for my Lord/Everybody knows you dance -- How long blues (live) -- Eh la ba (live) (featuring Billie and DeDe Pierce, vocals) -- Band introduction -- Apple tree -- Complicated life (featuring Clint Maedgen, vocals) -- Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans -- Intro -- Lord I don't want to be buried in the storm (featuring Sister Gertrude Morgan, vocals) -- Over in the Gloryland -- Heebie jeebies -- Blow wind blow (featuring Sister Gertrude Morgan) -- Sugar blues -- I can't give you anything but love (featuring the Preservation Hall Hot Four) -- Who threw the whiskey in the well -- Precious Lord -- It's your last chance to dance
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