Eddie Condon | 1930-1944

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1930-1944

by Eddie Condon

Bandleader, banjo and guitar player, worked with many other great names in jazz, from Louis Armstrong to Billie Holiday, from Jack Teagarden to Fats Waller.
Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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1. That's A Plenty
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2. Panama
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3. When Your Lover Has Gone
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4. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
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5. Rose Room
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6. I Must Have That Man
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7. Original Dixieland One Step
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8. Baby Won't You Please Come Home
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9. Sensation
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10. Fidgety Feet
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11. Oh, Sister Ain't That Hot
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12. Georgia Grind
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13. Ballin' The Jack
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14. I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None O' This Jelly Roll
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15. Ja-Da
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16. Love Is Just Around The Corner
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17. Embraceable You
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18. Sunday
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19. California Here I Come
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20. The Eel
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Bandleader, banjo and guitar player, worked with many other great names in jazz, from Louis Armstrong to Billie Holiday, from Jack Teagarden to Fats Waller.
His career spans for more than 50 years (1920 to his last performance in 1972) andhe was also known as a great organiser of jazz concerts and events, including festivals and radio/tv broadcasts dedicated to the jazz world.

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