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Jazz: Swing/Big Band Jazz: New Orleans Jazz Moods: Type: Vocal
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Miss Jubilee

by Miss Jubilee

Hot Jazz, Swing with Powerful Female Vocals
Genre: Jazz: Swing/Big Band
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1. I Found a New Baby
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3:13 album only
2. Some of These Days
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2:52 album only
3. My Blue Heaven
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2:13 album only
4. Keep It to Yourself
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3:48 album only
5. If You're a Viper
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2:42 album only
6. Swing, Brother, Swing
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2:19 album only
7. Walking the Floor Over You
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3:32 album only
8. Just Because
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1:56 album only
9. Everybody Loves My Baby
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2:54 album only
10. Dinah
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3:10 album only
11. Show Me the Way to Go Home
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3:02 album only
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"Miss Jubilee has been entertaining audiences around St. louis and beyond since the beginning of 2008 with their exciting blend of authentic Hot Jazz, Swing, Rhythm & Blues and R'n'R spanning the 1920's-1950's. Fronted by a high energy female vocalist and backed up by a horn fueled swinging' rhythm section, Miss Jubilee is a favorite among Swing Dancers and fans of all ages who enjoy uplifting and energetic roots music!"


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Very good CD, great for Swing Dancers. Mix of tempos, great vocals.


Miss Jubilee Represents St. Louis' Jazz Heritage
Miss Jubilee and her stellar line-up of musicians, some new to the scene, others holding veteran status both in St. Louis and throughout the country, represent St. Louis' rich jazz history on this self-titled album. It's a terrific mixture of songs, ranging from early the early blues sounds a la Bessie Smith as well as small group swing from the late 30s and early 40s at its finest. While this music is meant for dancing (and you can see why!) it's also a pleasure to listen to at home or on the go.