The Dixie Rascals | Thanks For The Memories

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Thanks For The Memories

by The Dixie Rascals

Dixieland quartet, quintet and sextet. Tap-your-feet, clap-your-hands, grin-on-your face fun music with the spirit of Mardi Gras and the Fourth of July.
Genre: Jazz: Dixieland
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1. Yellow Dog Blues
4:38 album only
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2. Thanks For The Memories
3:58 album only
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3. Blue Skies
3:12 album only
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4. Some Of These Days
5:30 album only
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5. On The Sunny Side Of The Street
4:36 album only
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6. Smiles
7:29 album only
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7. Louisiana Fairytale
3:53 album only
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8. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
3:51 album only
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9. You Tell Me Your Dream/When I Grow Too Old To Dream
5:07 album only
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10. S'Wonderful
2:51 album only
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11. A Kiss To Build A Dream On
4:14 album only
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12. Down By The Riverside
3:52 album only
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13. Creole Love call
6:32 album only
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14. Rosetta
2:35 album only

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DIXIELAND MUSIC AND THE EMPHASIS IS ON FUN.
The Dixie Rascals perform the timeless music of New Orleans and Chicago romping through the rich heritage of American song, including Dixieland favorites and the best of Tin Pan Alley. Dixieland music is tap-your-feet, clap-your-hands, grin-on-your face fun music, and the Dixie Rascals bring that spirit of Mardi Gras and Fourth of July parades to every song they play. The basic quartet includes trumpeter Barry Bryson, Jack Stuckey on clarinet, James Chirillo on banjo and guitar, Jon Lesser on tuba with drummer Joe Ascione and Harvey Tibbs on trombone added to six of the tracks.

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