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Jass for Fun

by Jass Two Plus One

Hot and Swing Jazz styles of '20's & '30s fun Novelties and classic Standards both vocals and instrumentals
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. At the Codfish Ball
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3:13 album only
2. Undecided
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3:18 album only
3. No Moon At All
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3:37 album only
4. Petite Fleur
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2:45 album only
5. Baby Face
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1:50 album only
6. Walking My Baby Back Home
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3:24 album only
7. Comes Love
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3:22 album only
8. Taking a Chance On Love
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2:24 album only
9. Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans
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10. Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby
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2:52 album only
11. It's Only a Paper Moon
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12. Taint No Sin to Take Off Your Skin and Dance Around in Your Bones
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13. Si Tu Vois Ma Mere
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album is made up of the flat out "fun" tunes we love play in our shows. Classic standards like "It's Only a Paper Moon" and '20's Novelties such as "At The Codfish Ball" (originally sung by child star Shirley Temple in the '30's movie "Captain January") are heavily requested favorites. Each of these great tunes has its own unique essence we have so much fun with, just as did the earlier musicians on bandstands and in studios all over the world.


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