|A1||Blue Bells Goodbye
Written-By – Traditional
|A2||Far Away Blues
Written-By – George Brooks
|A3||Bright Star Blues
Written-By – Armand J. Piron
|A4||East Coast Trot
Written-By – Jimmy Blythe, Vol Stevens
|B1||Lily Of The Valley
Written-By – Anatole Friedland*, Wolfe Gilbert
|B2||Don't Give Up The Ship
Written-By – Al Dubin, Harry Warren
|B3||My Daddy Rocks Me (With One Steady Roll)
Written-By – J. Berni Barbour
|B4||You Don't Understand
Written-By – Clarence Williams, Jimmie Johnson*, Spencer Williams
Two singles were released from the album. The first single, "We're an American Band", was released on July 2, 1973 and the second, "Walk Like a Man", was released on October 29, 1973.
The Grand Dominion Jazz Band came together in 1982 as the musical vision of Vancouver banjoist, immigrant to Canada from Wales, who was steeped in the music of the New Orleans revivalist musicians such as George Lewis, Bunk Johnson, Kid Ory, Baby Dodds and others. Mike and his expatriate friends in Vancouver had grown up in the UK listening to Ken Colyer, Chris Barber, Humphrey Lyttelton, and others on the trad jazz scene.
His crew knew him so well that they could work the ship with scarcely a command being uttered. Their gunnery, enhanced by special sights designed by Broke himself, was among the best in the fleet. So, despite the Americans’ confidence, the stage was set for their crushing defeat.
Sant Andreu Jazz Band is a project arising from a music class. Conducted by Joan Chamorro, the big band brings together children between 6 and 18 years old, around a classic jazz repertoire with lots of swing, which gained the public and sold-out some of the most important music auditoriums in Spain. Contact Sant Andreu Jazz Band. Streaming and Download help. Shipping and returns.