Sean Moyses | Tiger Rag !

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Tiger Rag !

by Sean Moyses

Popular titles from the jazz genre. An exciting genre of banjo music by a modern artist. Jazz banjo played with fire and passion. Plectrum banjo, resophonic guitar, ukulele and uke-banjo, it's all in here. Exclusive MP3 download.
Genre: Jazz: Dixieland
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1. Tiger Rag
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2. Makin' Whoopee
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3. Ice Cream, You Scream ! (We All Scream for Ice-cream)
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4. I Can't Give You Anything but Love, Baby
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5. Some of These Days
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6. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter
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7. Besame Mucho/south of the Border Down Mexico Way
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8. I'll See You in My Dreams
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9. Alexander's Ragtime Band
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10. 12th Street Rag
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11. The Saint Louis Blues
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12. It Had to Be You
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13. The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise
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14. When It's Sleepytime Down South
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Album Notes
Tiger Rag! An album of Jazz Banjo by Sean Moyses.

A showpiece album displaying the four string Plectrum Banjo and Sean Moyses at his best. Sean is accompanied by Thomas Jähn (Drums) and Bernd Kröger (Double bass and Sousaphone) on this happy album of scintilating, toe-tapping, straight ahead jazz banjo. He sings, strums and brings to the play-list first class renditions with his banjo, guitar and ukulele virtuosity, breezing through hot jazz and tunes of the Vaudeville era.
In the days before Bluegrass and Earl Scruggs, American Vaudeville star Eddie Peabody was "King of the Banjo" and this album is one Eddie would have approved of. Good rhythmic banjo playing with style, technique, taste and musicality.
If you have not heard the banjo played like this before I recommend you give this one a try.


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