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Chris Barber & His Jazz Band* - Battersea Rain Dance / Sleepy John

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  1. CHRIS BARBER & HIS JAZZ BAND Battersea Rain Dance ( UK Marmalade wide centred 7" vinyl including Sleepy John on the flip side. Graded Excellent with only a few surface marks, this copy is housed in a die cut Marmalade sleeve ).
  2. Chris Barber’s Jazz & Blues Band with Jimmy Witherspoon (vocals) in Berlin; Muddy Waters’ band in London Recorded Cologne, July and November , Berlin, August , and London Two CDs for the price of one. LAKE LACD [ + ] Here’s the latest Barber release from Lake – a twofer that is literally two-for-the-price-of one.
  3. Chris Barber discography and songs: Music profile for Chris Barber, born 17 April Genres: Dixieland, Jazz, Skiffle. Albums include The Skiffle Sessions: Live in Belfast, 70th Birthday Concert, and The Songs Lennon and McCartney Gave Away.
  4. Sep 20,  · Chris Barber's Jazz- and Bluesband Fred Barzilay. Chris Barbers Brass Band Lucerna 25 years of Maryland Jazz Band of Cologne Chris Barber Jazz Band CHIMES BLUES .
  5. Good Morning Blues to Battersea Rain Dance: An Overview of the Chris Barber Band, to The British trad boom collapsed in about , due to the combination of an excess of poorly prepared and unimaginative trad bands (we used to call them "ricky-tick bands"), the public's tiring of the same old music, and the rise of the British beat, R&B, and blues movements.
  6. Chris Barber (born 17th April ) is an English jazz trombonist. Barber was born in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England, and educated at St Paul’s School in London. He is best known as a trombonist playing in the trad style with his Dixieland jazz band.
  7. Ian made many recordings with Chris Barber’s Jazz Band during his first stint, one of the best being Barber At The London Palladium, from a concert where Ian almost stole the show. He also had his own feature EP (Introducing Ian), and made a major contribution to the first full-length inch studio LP on which he appeared, Best Yet.

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