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Over the years, Chris Barber's Jazz Band evolved into the Chris Barber Jazz and Blues Band, a richly-textured eight-piece group, blending brass, reeds, and electric guitar into a unique and unmistakable mix of blues and jazz. And despite being 'on the slide' since 1949, having performed over 10,000 concerts and made thousands of recordings, the Chris Barber Band keeps marching on, right into the 21st century. Chris Barber - trombone, vocals, bandleader Bob Hunt - trombone, trumpet, arrangements Mike Henry - trumpet, cornet Peter Rudeforth - trumpet, vocals. Nick White - alto, soprano & baritone saxophones, clarinet Ian Killoran - alto & tenor saxophones, clarinet Bert Brandsma - clarinet, tenor & bass saxophones. Joe Farler - banjo, guitar John Day - bass John Watson - drums. Becky Evans - sound and lighting.
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Over the years, Chris Barber's Jazz Band evolved into The Chris Barber Jazz And Blues Band, an eight-piece group, mixing the styles of blues and jazz. The demarcation of this transition is March 1973. At the end of 2001 Chris extended his band with three more musicians into The Big Chris Barber Band.
Donald Christopher Barber OBE (born 17 April 1930) is an English jazz musician, best known as a bandleader and trombonist. As well as scoring a UK top twenty trad jazz hit, he helped the careers of many musicians, notably the blues singer Ottilie Patterson, who was at one time his wife, and Lonnie Donegan, whose appearances with Barber triggered the skiffle craze of the mid-1950s and who had his first transatlantic hit, "Rock Island Line", while with Chris Barber's band
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|A||The Longest Day
Written-By – Anka*
|B||We'll Meet Again
Written-By – Charles*, Parker*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 7 XCA 26260
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 7 XCA 26261
|45-DB 4930||Chris Barber's Jazz Band||The Longest Day (7")||Columbia||45-DB 4930||UK||1962|