Pete Fountain - Broadway To Bourbon Street-The Original New Orleans Sound mp3 album
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Bourbon Street, one of the thoroughfares to not miss in the United States. Many people wouldn’t realize it is not named after the whiskey, but after the royal french house, because so much of that liquor is consumed on this infamous 13 block long street. There is more to do than just consume alcohol on this strip. It is known for it’s music, and live entertainment clubs of the adult variety. When visiting New Orleans, there is one street you won’t miss: Bourbon Street. For those of you, who ever wondered why it is called Bourbon Street, we can assure you, it is not named after the famous whiskey (though that interpretation would make sense for everybody coming to New Orleans). Bourbon Street in New Orleans is a homage to France’s ruling family at that time, the House of Bourbon.
A1Shine A2Sidewalks Of New York A3Hindustan A4Till We Meet Again B1When The Saints Go Marching In B2Diamonds And Pearls B3Dukes Blues.
Peter Dewey Fountain, Jr. was born July 3, 1930 in New Orleans, the cradle of American music, Jazz. He was a skinny kid who spent too much time hanging around the front stoop of the Top Hat Dance Hall near his home. The Top Hat was a stronghold of Dixieland Jazz and Jazz already had a strong hold on Pete Fountain. But, oh the sounds! This was music straight from the soul. Sounds that would never be written in stone, that would always be brand new because they were purely personal. By the time Pete was 16, he had already gained a reputation on Bourbon Street. Through these formative years of his musical training, Pete performed with several sensational bands. One such band was the Junior Dixieland Band which performed in the famous Parisian Room-often performing for legendary jazz men. A few years later Pete joined Phil Zito's International Dixieland Express.
Fountain appeared on Lawrence Welk’s and Johnny Carson’s showsand was known for annual walk through French Quarter. The clarinetist Pete Fountain, whose Dixieland jazz virtuosity and irrepressible wit endeared him to his native New Orleans and earned him decades of national television fame, died on Saturday of heart failure, his son-in-law and manager Benny Harrell said. He was 86. With his ready wit and infectious laugh, Fountain was the epitome of the happy New Orleanian who knew how to let the good times roll
Album · 2002 · 15 Songs. More By The Dixieland Ramblers. See All. Live and Lighting It Up In New Orleans.
Only 14 left in stock (more on the way). Pete Fountain, while a solid Dixieland performer, was able to stretch the genre somewhat and thus keep the music fresh and bright. This is some of his best work! Most of the songs are traditional Dixieland fare, but as usual Pete goes beyond the ordinary and adds some tunes not regularly done by Dixieland groups. It's just what the title of the album says. The very best of Dixieland. The most feel good music there is.
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Bourbon Street (French: Rue Bourbon) is a historic street in the heart of the French Quarter of New Orleans. Extending thirteen blocks from Canal Street to Esplanade Avenue, Bourbon Street is famous for its many bars and strip clubs. With 1. 4 million visitors in 2017 alone, New Orleans depends on Bourbon Street as a main tourist attraction. Tourist numbers have been growing yearly after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, and the city has successfully rebuilt its tourist base.
|A2||Sidewalks Of New York|
|A4||Till We Meet Again|
|B1||When The Saints Go Marching In|
|B2||Diamonds And Pearls|
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