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Firehouse Five - Vol. 5: Firehouse Five Plus Two Goes South! Album

  • Performer: Firehouse Five
  • Title: Vol. 5: Firehouse Five Plus Two Goes South!
  • Size MP3 ver: 2737 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 2147 mb
  • Country: UK
  • Date of release: 1954
  • Style: Dixieland
  • # Catalog: LDG 169
  • Label: Good Time Jazz
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Genre: Jazz
Firehouse Five - Vol. 5: Firehouse Five Plus Two Goes South! Album

Tracklist

1Tuck Me To Sleep In My Old Kentucky Home
Written-By – George W. Meyer, Joe Young , Sam Lewis
3:00
2Original Dixieland One-Step
Siren – Ward KimballWritten-By – D. J. La Rocca
5:12
3At A Georgia Camp Meeting
Written-By – Kerry Mills
3:33
4I'm Gonna Charleston Back To Charleston
Written-By – Lou Handman, Roy Turk
2:59
5Alabama Jubilee
Siren – Ward KimballWritten-By – George L. Cobb, Jack Yellen
3:18
6Basin Street Blues
Written-By – Spencer Williams
5:57

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
L-23Firehouse Five Plus 2 Vol. 5: Firehouse Five Plus 2 Goes South! ‎(10", Mono)Good Time JazzL-23US1954
L.D. 220Cinq Pompiers Plus Deux Vol. 5: Firehouse Five Plus 2 Goes South! ‎(10")Good Time JazzL.D. 220France1954
LAM-G 12087Firehouse Five Vol. 5: Firehouse Five Plus Two Goes South! ‎(10")Vogue RecordsLAM-G 12087New Zealand1954
EP 2-23Firehouse Five Vol. 5: Firehouse Five Plus Two Goes South! ‎(2x7", EP, Red)Good Time JazzEP 2-23US1954

Credits

  • BanjoDick Roberts, Harper Goff
  • Clarinet, Soprano SaxophoneGeorge Probert
  • CornetDanny Alguire
  • Design [Cover By]Robert Guidi
  • DrumsMonte Mountjoy
  • Liner Notes, ArtworkWalt Kelly
  • PianoFrank Thomas
  • TromboneWard Kimball
  • TubaEd Penner

Notes

UK Original 10" release of Vol. 5 in the Good Time Jazz series

Album

The Firehouse Five Plus Two was a Dixieland jazz band, popular in the 1950s, consisting of members of the Disney animation department. Leader Ward Kimball was inspired to form the band after spending time with members of the Disney animation and sound department and finding that they had a lot in common as jazz aficionados. The lunchtime chats escalated into a full on lunchtime jam session as Kimball, an amateur trombonist, and animator Frank Thomas, a pianist, would find they sounded pretty good all. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1990 CD от Vol. 5: Firehouse Five Plus Two Goes South на - Firehouse Five Plus Two. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. South - Firehouse Five plus Two 1951 In the early period of the Firehouse Plus Two a number of fimclips were issued. We see the band perform the album. The Firehouse Five Plus Two. Songs in album The Firehouse Five Plus Two - Goes South 2010. The Firehouse Five Plus Two - Alabama Jubilee. The Firehouse Five Plus Two - Swanee River. The Firehouse Five Plus Two - Basin Street Blues. The Firehouse Five Plus Two - Birmingham Papa Your Memphis Mama's Comin' To Town. The Firehouse Five Plus Two - Tuck Me To Sleep In My Old Kentucky Home. The Firehouse Five Plus Two - Milenberg Joys. Firehouse Five Plus Two-The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise. Firehouse Five Plus Two Story. Firehouse Five Plus Two-Fireman's Lament. Firehouse Five Plus Two-Riverside Blues. Firehouse Five Plus Two-Who Walks In When I Walk Out. Firehouse Five Plus Two-Lovin' Sam. Firehouse Five Plus Two-Show Me The Way To The Fire. Firehouse Five Plus Two-Brass Bell. Listen to music from Firehouse Five Plus Two like Yes Sir That's My Baby, Chinatown, My Chinatown & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Firehouse Five Plus Two. The Firehouse Five Plus Two was a Dixieland jazz band, popular in the 1950s, consisting of members of the Walt Disney Studios animation department Danny Alguire - cornet Harper Goff - banjo Ward Kimball - trombone, siren, tambourine, sound effects, leader Clarke Mallery - clarinet Monte Moun read more. The Firehouse Five Plus Two's humor sometimes came dangerously close to corn although their musicianship was usually quite strong, with soprano saxophonist George Probert being a first-class soloist. Comprised mostly of members of the creative staff of Walt Disney, these part-time musicians always seemed to enjoy themselves and had a wide audience during the 1950s. Goes South Firehouse Five Plus Two Format: Vinyl. Goes South Please retry. This time they are going South and they seemingly are having a lot of fun. I had that album on vinyl way back when. Now its on CD. I still enjoy the heck out of it. And other albums from Firehouse Five Plus Two are available on sale at Recordsale. 5: Goes South

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