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    Etta James: "How Deep is the Ocean" from her Grammy award winning album:
    "Mystery Lady: Songs Of Billie Holiday" (1994)
    written by Irving Berlin in 1932


    Free "All Right Now"
    Written by Andy Fraser & Paul Rodgers.


    King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band
    Dippermouth Blues (Sugarfoot Stomp) 1923


    He was particularly noted for his playing style, pioneering the use of mutes. Also a notable composer, he wrote many tunes still played regularly, including "Dippermouth Blues", "Sweet Like This", "Canal Street Blues", and "Doctor Jazz". He was the mentor and teacher of Louis Armstrong. Two of Armstrong's most famous recordings, "West End Blues" and "Weather Bird", were Oliver compositions. His influence was such that Armstrong claimed, "if it had not been for Joe Oliver, Jazz would not be what it is today".


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    I used to know their roadie. He was known as Gimpie. I called him "Alan". That was his actual name.

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    I used to know their roadie. He was known as Gimpie. I called him "Alan". That was his actual name.
    Reminds me of

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    It's disabled here in UK but I'm well acquainted with Spinal Tap (I've got the special Anniversary release) so I'll check it!

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