[Dixielandjazz] Doc Evans
arnieday at optonline.net
Sun Mar 27 07:28:57 PST 2005
There is also Jazzology JCD-195 issued in 1993. It is a compilation of
the two Lps, AP-68 and AP-69. (from around 1969). Evans,
Nicholas,Simeon, Earl Murphy (b) and Gene Juckem (dr). Thanks for the
Bill Haesler wrote:
>In the early 1960s I bought three Audiophile LPs by Doc Evans and His Jazz
>Band. (Mainly because they included a favourite pianist of mine at that
>time, Knocky Parker.)
>Wonderful stuff, played often and well-loved:
>AP-33 'Traditional Jazz -Dixieland of course)'
>AP-34 'Traditional Jazz -Dixieland of course)'
>AP-56 'Muskrat Ramble'
>The good news is that they have just been reissued on Jazzology CDs by the
>indefatigable George Buck, Jr.
>I have so far received JCD-236 'Muskrat Ramble' which couples AP-56 with
>AP-44 "Chattanooga Stomp" (one I was never able to find) and am waiting for
>JCD-312 'Four or Five Times', a coupling of AP-33 and AP-34 above.
>If you don't know what the 'oldies' from the mid-west USA were doing
>musically during the 1950s you should listen to these new Jazzology CDs.
>Interesting tunes, with only a few old warhorses, played by top musicians.
>If you were there, and remember Doc Evans (1907-1977), you will know what I
>Doc Evans' son, Allan, has set up a fine web site
>which gives an extensive listing of all Doc Evans' records and links to all
>manner of things, including a comprehensive biography and sound clips.
>No. I have no connection with any of this.
>Just a nostalgic Doc Evans fan from way back, reliving old memories of his
>fine band and its LPs.
>Do I feel a new 'thread' coming on?
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