Acker Bilk and the Paramount Jazz Band, Free Trade Hall, Manchester - December 11th 1960 003
Pages 2 and 3 of a programme for a performance by Acker Bilk and the Paramount Jazz Band at the Free Trade Hall, Manchester, 1960. A list of songs that may be performed features, with a photograph of Acker Bilk and the Paramount Jazz Band.
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ï»¿Mr. Bilk. & the Gentlemen of the Ensembles
customarily select their
Cushion Foot Stomp In a Persian Market Panama Rag
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot / Marching Throâ Georgia Gatemouth Blues Papa Dip
Jump In The Line Travelling Blues Maryland
Under The Double Eagle El Albanico Gladiolus Rag C.R.E. March Musk Rat Ramble Blaze Away!
Dipper Mouth Blues Darkness On The Delta Original Dixieland One Step Down by The Old Mill Stream Missouri Waltz (!)
Savoy Blues Old Comrades
Pieces leaturing MR BILK
at the Clarionet:
Summer Set J
Burgundy Street Blues
East Coast Trot
Corinne, Corinna J
Grandma, Hold The Candle While I
Shave The Chickenâs Lip
Items to leature the Trumpet of
MR. C. SMITH: Walking With The King Bugle Boy March Climax Rag
In which MR. MORTIMERâS Trombone
Is shewn to good advantage: New Orleans Stomps Good Morning Blues v Oryâs Creole Trombone Tailgate Ramble The solo Banjo of MR. JAMES
in the spotlight:
Jelly Bean Blues 2.19 Blues Tishomingo Blues
Jazz airs giving free rein to the Vocal
talents of MR. BILK:
Delia Gone Higher Ground Liza
Up The Lazy River Carry Me Back
The White Cliffs Of Dover /
hythmic ballads offering a similar
service to the Ditto of MR. McKAY: Margie
Who Rolled That Stone Away?
St Jamesâ Infirmary Blues Willie The Weeper /
THE GENTLEMEN OF THE ENSEMBLE:
Mr. Acker Bilk (Clarionet and Master Mind); Mr. Ronald McKay (Traps and Effects); Mr. Jonathan Mortimer (Trombone); Mr. Roy James (Tenor Banjo); Mr. Ernest Price (Bass); Mr. Colin Smith (Trumpet); Mr. Stanley Greig (Pianoforte).
PROGRAMME FROM THE COMPREHENSIVE REPERTOIRE PRINTED HEREWITH
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