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by The Belgrade Dixieland Orchestra

Traditional dixieland music-the "roots" of jazz. This album matches traditional dixieland with traditional Serbian songs.
Genre: Jazz: Dixieland
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1. My Perfect Baby (Moja Mala Nema Mane)
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2. Last Night (Sinoc Kad Je Pao Mrak)
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3. Thinkin' of Ya (Na Te Mislim)
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4. I'm Local Bohemian (Seoska Sam Lola)
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5. The Old Carriage (Fijaker Stari)
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6. Oh, Night Be Silent (Tiho Noci)
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7. The Soot Covered Inn (Na Kraj Sela Cadjava Mehana)
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8. Three Meters of Velvet (Tri Metera Somota)
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9. A Little House By the Lake (Kraj Jezera Kuca Mala)
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10. When I See You Down the Street (Kad Te Vidim Na Sokaku)
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11. In That Sombor Town (U Tem Somboru)
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12. In the Early Dawn (U Ranu Zoru)
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Album Notes
A legend says that Dixieland music, the beginnings of jazz, was born in New Orleans from where it was carried by river steamboats up the Mississippi river towards Memphis , Saint Louis and finally Chicago. There are even more reasons that will prove the truthfulness of this story. The first were testimonies of old musicians who were unanimous in their statement that the musicians from New Orleans played a different, special kind of music, which others started to copy and adopt. The second unquestionable reason is the gramophone recording: all recordings which were made by 1925 were, without exception, recorded by musicians from New Orleans or by those who openly copied this new way of music called “Dixieland”.
Music merged: marches, ragtime, labor songs, blues, opera overtures- African music with European influence and European music with African influence– all these merged into one stream and one day “Dixieland” was born, a music which did not exist before, a music which during the next thirty years moved out of honky-tonk bars, left picnic sites, sneaked out of brothels, and took off the streets of New Orleans to fly all over the world…....


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