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Hothouse Stomp: Music of 1920s Chicago & Harlem

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Produced by Grammy-winning engineer Danny Blume
(Klezmatics). Features Brian Carpenter (Beat Circus), Rob
Garcia (Woody Allen Band), Ron Caswell (Slavic Soul Party),
Dennis Lichtman (King Wilkie), and Curtis Hasselbring
(Golem). Original artwork by award-winning children s book
illustrator Molly Crabapple.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Ghost Train (Orchestra)
  2. Mojo Strut
  3. Stop Kidding
  4. Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You?
  5. Voodoo
  6. Blues Sure Have Got Me
  7. Hot Bones and Rice
  8. Dixie Stomp
  9. Lucky
  10. The Boy in the Boat
  11. Slide, Mr. Jelly Slide
  12. Hot Tempered Blues


Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 8, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Accurate Records
  • ASIN: B004INNRFU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #167,266 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I stumbled on this cd while browsing Amazon, and am really happy that I did! Great collection of period music and orchestrated very well. If you enjoy jazz and blues music of the first quarter of the 20th century, this will be a great addition to your collection. Great value as well.
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How many times have you heard old scratchy recordings of music from the 20's or 30's and said "I wish someone would play these tunes today in a modern studio" Well someone has finally done it. Now if I could only hear these guys live.
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This set will leave you wanting more, but I do not mean that in the best way. While the music is excellent, it feels lean. They are covering the music of 5 bands and do only 12 songs, with a terrific singer coming out for only 2. It felt like a tease to have a voice like that and feature her so little. I kept waiting on my first listen for the singer to jump in again, but she never does. That said, what is here is mostly great. My other issue is that the tuba player seemed to be the most enthusiastic musician in the studio. Ever seen the Will Ferrel sketch where the cowbell player is overwhelming everyone else? I hope you like rhythmic pum...pum...pum pum pum pum...pum...pum...because that one note is going to be playing loud and proud through every track for 39 minutes. I listened to some samples of the real stuff that is being covered- the tuba is a background instrument, as it should be. No one has ever written a starring role for a tuba, and for good reason. Perhaps he was too close to the microphone? Tiny Parham and McKinney's Cotton Pickers are available on CD or download and are the predominant groups covered here. I recommend checking out the real old stuff too, though there are few good quality recordings of Parham. His tunes "Mojo Stomp" and "Voodoo" are given special justice here and are the highlights for me.
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