Album · 1987 · 15 Songs. South Rampart Street Parade. George Segal, Canadian Brass, Frederic Mills, David Ohanian, Eugene Watts & Ronald Romm. 11. Royal Garden Blues. Canadian Brass, Frederic Mills, David Ohanian, Eugene Watts & Ronald Romm.
The Basin Street Six was a Dixieland sextet founded in 1950 in New Orleans that had some famous members, including George Girard, Roy Zimmerman, Pete Fountain, Joe Rotis and Charlie Duke among others. They recorded for various record companies, including Mercury Records and 504 Records. Missing lyrics by Basin Street Six? Know any other songs by Basin Street Six?
Dixieland From New Orleans by Basin Street Six. View all albums . Basin Street Si. 5. Basin Street Stomp. More albums from Basin Street Six: America’s Music by Basin Street Six. Dixieland From New Orleans by Basin Street Six. About.
From: Basin Street Six. Year: 1994. Count: 26. Views: 6. Pete Fountain & His Basin Street Six tracks. Sailing Down the Cheseapeake Bay.
George Girard, Pete Fountain, The Basin Street Six - South Rampart Street Parade The Complete Circle Recordings, 1994 03:12. George Girard, Pete Fountain, The Basin Street Six - Mahogany Hall Stomp The Complete Circle Recordings, 1994 04:22. George Girard, Pete Fountain, The Basin Street Six - World's Waiting for the Sunrise The Complete Circle Recordings, 1994 05:04. George Girard, Pete Fountain, The Basin Street Six - I'm Going Home The Complete Circle Recordings, 1994 03:24
Basin Street or Rue Bassin in French, is a street in New Orleans, Louisiana. It parallels Rampart Street one block lakeside, or inland, from the boundary of the French Quarter, running from Canal Street down 5 blocks past Saint Louis Cemetery. It currently then turns lakewards, flowing into Orleans Avenue. The name comes from the turning basin of the Carondelet Canal formerly located on the street, where it now turns on to Orleans by the Municipal Auditorium.
Basin Street Blues" is a song often performed by Dixieland jazz bands, written by Spencer Williams in 1928 and recorded that year by Louis Armstrong. was later added by Glenn Miller and Jack Teagarden. The Basin Street of the title refers to the main street of Storyville, the red-light district of early 20th-century New Orleans, north of the French Quarter. It became a red light district in 1897.
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