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From Monday On - Eddie Condon And His Dixieland Band - Eddie Condon And His Dixieland Band At The Jazz Ball (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Jan 24,  · Eddie Condon and his groups made occasional television appearances through the years, some of which can be found on You Tube. ’s Chicago And All That Jazz (which teams Condon in a reunion with McPartland, Teagarden, Russell, Freeman, and Krupa) was released as a DVD as was a special sponsored by Goodyear Tires that has him leading a group with Wild Bill Davison, .
  2. Find Eddie Condon similar, influenced by and follower information on AllMusic. Guitarist Eddie Condon was instrumental in bringing Dixieland jazz up north during the s. Eddie Condon and His TV Dixieland Band; Eddie Condon Quartet; Eddie Condon Sextet;.
  3. Eddie was one hard-boiled character. Dour, opinionated, set in his ways, and frankly suspicious of anything that deviated too wildly from the music he knew and loved. Critics and journalists invented a stylistic war between the 'Be Boppers' and the 'Moldy Figs', as progressive innovators and traditional jazz-heads were respectively dubbed.
  4. Aside from the 40's recording, I would compare only, the Design record label recording, "Confidentially It's Condon",(DLP and SDLP vinyl record))from the later 50's, a significant and compareable effort in his recordings. Let there also be a compact disc compilation with the song selections from this vinyl lp, Soon!! Thank-you.5/5(7).
  5. Dec 01,  · After the Jazz Age ended -- the market for jazz collapsed when the economy did in , and when America began to recover from the Depression small-band jazz was replaced by big-band swing -- Condon retreated to the comfortable surroundings of the New York nightclub scene, first at Nick's Saloon and then at a club he founded, owned and named /5(9).

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