New Orleans Jazz Band of Cologne – Santa Claus Is Coming to Town (Live) (2019) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

New Orleans Jazz Band of Cologne - Santa Claus Is Coming to Town (Live) (2019) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: New Orleans Jazz Band of Cologne
Album: Santa Claus Is Coming to Town (Live)
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 2019
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:06:50
Total Tracks: 13
Total Size: 1,52 GB

Tracklist:

1. New Orleans Jazz Band of Cologne – Santa Claus Is Coming to Town (Live) (07:01)
2. New Orleans Jazz Band of Cologne – Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (Live) (04:16)
3. New Orleans Jazz Band of Cologne – Here Comes Santa Claus (Live) (04:48)
4. New Orleans Jazz Band of Cologne – God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Live) (04:23)
5. Bruno Van Acoleyen – Christmas Time in New Orleans (Live) (07:34)
6. New Orleans Jazz Band of Cologne – Christmas Song (Live) (05:21)
7. New Orleans Jazz Band of Cologne – Frosty the Snow Man (Live) (04:50)
8. Richard Bernhard Smith – Winter Wonderland (Live) (05:58)
9. John Defferary – You’re All I Want for Christmas (Live) (04:29)
10. New Orleans Jazz Band of Cologne – Mary’s Boy Child (Live) (03:22)
11. Bruno Van Acoleyen – At The Christmas Ball (Live): At the Christmas Ball (Live) (04:44)
12. Bruno Van Acoleyen – Zat You, Santa Claus (Live) (04:32)
13. John Defferary – Blue Christmas (Live) (05:26)

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The “New Orleans Jazz Band of Cologne” can look back on more than 60 years of history, mostly as “Maryland Jazz Band of Cologne”. At the request of the bandleader Doggy Hund, who died in the autumn of 2015, the band changed their name and presents itself since the beginning of 2016 as “New Orleans Jazz Band of Cologne”.The musical concept of cultivating the traditional and authentic New Orleans Jazz continues to be in focus – too because we know that the “New Orleans Sound” is no longer (often) listening to an ubiquitous, original band like ours. As an example and musical orientation, the bands of the legendary Preservation Hall were from the very beginning.

On the first trip to New Orleans, where the band had been accompanied by a large group of German fans On April 2, 1994, all musicians were named honorary citizens of the city of New Orleans – a great honor and tribute to us of service to the preservation and dissemination of New Orleans Jazz.

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