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Blues on Parade

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Download links and information about Blues on Parade by Woody Herman. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 59:37 minutes.

Artist: Woody Herman
Release date: 1991
Genre: Jazz
Tracks: 20
Duration: 59:37
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Woodchopper's Ball (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 3:14
2. Blues on Parade (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 3:01
3. Blues on Parade (Vocal) (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 3:06
4. Blue Prelude (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 3:14
5. Blue Flame (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 3:16
6. Doctor Jazz (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 2:57
7. River Bed Blues (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 2:58
8. Dallas Blues (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 2:58
9. Blues Downstairs (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 2:47
10. Farewell Blues (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 3:02
11. Get Your Boots Laced Papa, Pt. 1 (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 2:53
12. Get Your Boots Laced Papa, Pt. 2 (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 2:58
13. Chips' Blues (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 3:13
14. Fan It (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 2:58
15. Everything Happens to Me (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 3:12
16. Woodsheddin' with Woody (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 2:09
17. Blues in the Night (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 3:11
18. Yardbird Shuffle (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 2:40
19. Las Chiapanecas (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 3:02
20. Down Under (featuring Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 2:48

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This single CD gives a definitive look at Woody Herman's first orchestra, the Decca ensemble he led during 1936-1942 billed "the Band That Plays the Blues." Although he also recorded many vocal ballads during this era, the emphasis here is on hot swing with such highlights as the original version of "Woodchopper's Ball," "Blue Prelude," "Blue Flame," the humorous "Fan It," and two takes of "Blues on Parade." Also heard are performances by Herman's early small combos (the Woodchoppers and the Four Chips) along with a Dizzy Gillespie composition/arrangement ("Down Under") that hints at Woody Herman's future.