Steve Wells Music featuring Jack Roberts | Dixieland Treasures

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Dixieland Treasures

by Steve Wells Music featuring Jack Roberts

A smooth, polished approach to New Orleans Dixieland Jazz and traditional Southern Classics.
Genre: Jazz: Dixieland
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1. I've Found a New Baby
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2. Mardi Gras Mambo
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2:19 $0.99
3. Is It True What They Say About Dixie?
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3:02 $0.99
4. That's a Plenty
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2:47 $0.99
5. Jada
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3:24 $0.99
6. St. James Infirmary
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3:05 $0.99
7. Bye, Bye Blackbird
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8. Yonder
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9. At the Jazz Band Ball
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10. Gone Fishin'
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3:00 $0.99
11. Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me
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12. Saints / Cotton Fields
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13. When It's Sleepy Time Down South
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14. Bourbon St. Parade
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15. New Orleans
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16. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter
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17. Bill Bailey
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Album Notes
Based in Natchitoches, Louisiana, Steve Wells has been a working musician since 1974. His group, Steve Wells Music, plays a wide variety of styles and does a ton of weddings, but this project centers in on the "Dixieland" style. After many years of playing together, Steve now presents some of his favorite music, featuring his friend, Jack Roberts.

Jack Roberts of Shreveport, Louisiana, is a master musician and plays many instruments extremely well. His clarinet playing is the star of this show, however, and is simply amazing. Shreveport's Clyde McArty, one of the finest Dixieland trumpet players you'll ever hear, lends his talents and blends perfectly with Jack's clarinet.

Most of these songs are Steve's own arrangements with some variation to make them sparkle, but preserving the tradition of this wonderful style. There's high energy here, with hot tunes like "That's a Plenty" and "I've Found a New Baby". And, on the mellow side, you'll discover smooth approaches to "Gone Fishin'", "Sleepy Time" and "New Orleans".

So, grab a big iced tea or a mint julep, enjoy the late summer evening on the back porch, and listen to "Dixieland Treasures"!


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Carroll Blewster

This music is everything cdbaby says it it. REALLY FINE MUSIC

William Watson

Wonderful, Wonderful, Wonderful!
This is a terrific collection. Congratulations, Steve, on highlighting this great Louisiana treasure, Jack Roberts!

This was GREAT for my Mardi Gras party!

Keith Sladen

Nice to hear dixieland again
This is a fine outfit. It was good to hear so many old favourites. The band shows that you can swing without blowing your head off and that it is no disgrace to have a really fine technique

Archie Breazeale

I used to run with Steve Wells when all he did was mouth all the instruments of a band while playing his keyboard. He and his music is the greatest from my part of the country. He still can do a good 5-K.


great stuff
I love this CD - especially the track "Gone Fishin'" - it's a great track to play when you are at work and really just don't want to be there!

Roger Whitcomb

Surprized me!
With over 1000 Dixie albums, I'm critical. But this is a good, foot tappin' listen from start to finish. If you are new or old to Dixieland Jazz, buy it and enjoy.