[Dixielandjazz] News from ATJS.org

Dan Augustine ds.augustine at mail.utexas.edu
Tue Nov 7 08:18:25 PST 2006

     Here's Jim Ivy's rather intemperate (but 
flattering) newsletter of new stuff at 
www.ATJS.org (Jim has taken over the website and 
is doing a great job).
     See my further comments below.
From: "ATJSWEBMASTER" <ATJSWEBMASTER at austin.rr.com>
Date: Mon, 6 Nov 2006 11:31:27 -0600

List maker extraordinaire, Dan Augustine, has 
been hard at it. First Dan compiled a 
comprehensive list of traditional jazz web casts 
so no one can complain of not being able to hear 
enough Dixieland. Listening to jazz through your 
computer may seem unusual at first, but, if you 
have fairly good speakers and a fast connection, 
Dan's list will open a new world of jazz 
enjoyment for you.

Dan's latest contribution is an all encompassing 
list of jazz societies. Actually Dan has compiled 
two lists, one of jazz societies in the USA and a 
second of jazz societies around the rest of the 
world! The next time you travel, you can find out 
about all of the trad jazz before you get there. 
Check out the results of his latest labor on the 
"Jazz Links" page. There you will find all three 
of Dan's lists with clickable links.

What's next on Dan's agenda? Rumor has it that he 
is working on an exhaustive list of the very best 
beers to drink while listening to Dixieland jazz!

Another new feature that has been added to 
ATJS.org is the "Jazz Search" page. This is a 
Google search engine that has been optimized to 
search for jazz topics. Try it out the next time 
you have a question about anything to do with 

Of course, Dave Stoddard's list of local jazz 
performances is one of the most popular pages at 
ATJS.ORG. Dave's list gives the time and place 
where local bands that will appeal to ATJS 
members will be performing. Check Dave's list 
before you plan your next night on the town!

ATJS.ORG has visitors from many countries around 
the world.  If you are a writer, ATJS.ORG 
welcomes submissions of articles about Dixieland 
Jazz.  If you have an idea for an article, email 
ATJSWebmaster at austin.rr.com.

The Austin Traditional Jazz Society is a 
non-profit organization dedicated to the 
preservation and performance of Traditional 
Dixieland Jazz in Austin and Central Texas

     Following is my response to Mr. Ivy's having 
thrown down the gauntlet about which beers to 
drink (all of which i've had) while listening to 

Alamo City JB		Alamo Wheat Ale
"Alcoholic Blues"		Delerium Tremens Ale
"Am I Blue?"		Blue Ridge Porter
"Arkansas Traveler"		Warthog Ale
"Back Home in Indiana"	Indiana Pale Ale
"Ballin' the Jack"		In-Heat Wheat
"Barnyard Blues"		Goat Scrotum Ale
Barrelhouse JB		Big Barrel Beer
"Bass Ale Blues"		Bass Ale
"Big Bear Stomp"		Durango Brown Bear Ale, Grizzly Beer
Bill Allred JB		Red Ass Ale
"Black and Tan Fantasy"	Guinness Stout and Bass Ale
"Black Bottom Stomp"	Entire Butt English Porter
Black Dogs JB		Black Dog Yellowstone Pale Ale
Bohém Ragtime Jazzband	Bohemia
Buddy Rich		Arrogant Bastard Ale
Buffalo Disaster JB		Buffalo Butt Beer
Castle JB			Castlemaine XXXX Export Lager
Chris Barber JB		Haircut Beer
Cornet Chop Suey JB		Tsing-Tao
"Cow-Cow Boogie"		Jumping Cow Amber Ale
"Dallas Blues"		Texas Pride
"Dearly Beloved"		Dead Guy Ale
Devil Mountain JB		Devil Mountain Ale
Dirty Dozen JB		Dirty Dick's Ale
"Dixie", Dixie Power Trio	Dixie
"Doin' the Hambone"		Hamm's
Don Goldie			Golden Lager
Dry Throat Fellows		any beer
Firehouse Five Plus Two	Fire House Stout
Golden Gate Rhythm Machine	Golden Gate Original Ale
Grand Dominion JB		Dominion Lager
Great Pacific JB		Pacifico
High Sierra JB		Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
Independence JB		Independence Pale Ale
"Irish Black Bottom"		Naked Aspen Pale Ale
"Jubilee"			Jubilee Stout
"King Chanticleer"		Green Rooster Malt Liquor
Kings of Dixieland		Little Kings Cream Ale
"Mardi Gras Mambo"		Pete's Wicked Mardi Gras
Michael White		White Rascal Belgian Style Wheat Ale
"Midnight in Moscow"	Moscova Beer of Moscow
"Mississippi Mud"		Mississippi Mud Black & Tan
"My Old Kentucky Home"	Kentucky Hemp Beer
Natural Gas JB		Mexican Logger
Old Waterloo JB		Waterloo Hefeweizen
Original Salty Dogs		Flying Dog Classic Pale Ale (Doggie Style)
Queen City JB		Cactus Queen Ale
Red Rose Ragtime Band	Red Nectar Ale
River Boat Five JB		Riverboat Rye
Royal Society Jazz Orchestra	Royal Brand Beer
Scottish Jazz Advocates	Caber Tossing Scottish Ale
"Snake Rag"		Mamba Malt Liquor, Rattlesnake Beer
"Them Basses"		Blatz
"There'll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight" -- Cave Creek Chili Beer
"Tiger Rag"		Tiger Gold Medal Lager Beer
Turk Murphy JB		Murphy's Irish Amber Ale
"West End Blues"		West End Wheat
"Yellow Dog Blues"		Big Dog Brown Ale
"Yellow Rose of Texas"	Yellow Rose Honcho Grande
**  Dan Augustine  --  Austin, Texas  --  ds.augustine at mail.utexas.edu
**    "Without question, the greatest invention in the history of mankind
**     is beer. Oh, I grant you that the wheel was also a fine invention, but
**    the wheel does not go nearly as well with pizza."  --  Dave Barry

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