The Hot Sardines | Shanghai'd

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Shanghai'd

by The Hot Sardines

The Sardine sound – wartime Paris via New Orleans, or the other way around – is steeped in hot jazz, salty stride piano, and the kind of music Louis Armstrong, Django Reinhardt and Fats Waller used to make: Straight-up, foot-stomping jazz.
Genre: Jazz: New Orleans Jazz
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1. Baby Won't You Please Come Home
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2. Dinah
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2:31 album only
3. Some of These Days
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3:53 album only
4. Lulu's Back in Town
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3:30 album only
5. St. James Infirmary Blues
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4:52 album only
6. C'est Si Bon
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7. Meet Me at the Bottom of the Bottle
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8. Them There Eyes
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2:46 album only
9. Bread and Gravy
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10. Eddy's Fancy
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11. Dinah (Live)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Shanghai'd is the debut album by the Hot Sardines, a traditional-jazz outfit with a live tap dancer, founded in New York City by Elizabeth Bougerol and Evan Palazzo. They've played Lincoln Center's Midsummer Night Swing, the Manhattan Cocktail Classic, Wit's End and City Winery. The album's name is a nod to Shanghai Mermaid, a modern-day speakeasy which—like the album—is a valentine to the spirit and music of a near-century ago, and whose stage the band has proudly played.

Produced & Arranged by Elizabeth Bougerol & Evan Palazzo, with Justin Blaser
Recorded by Nate Putnam at the Red Lotus Room, Brooklyn, except Dinah (Live) recorded at Banjo Jim's, NYC
Edited by Evan Palazzo
Mixed by Justin Blaser

Vocals: Elizabeth Bougerol, except on Lulu's Back in Town: Evan Palazzo
Piano, Pianny & Accordion: Evan Palazzo
Drums & Assorted Percussive Doodads: Justin Hines
Trumpet & Cornet: Jason Prover, except on Dinah (Live): Drew Nugent
Saxophone & Clarinet: Peter Anderson, except on Meet Me at the Bottom of the Bottle: Jay Rattman and Dinah (Live): Tom Abbott
Trombone: Joe McDonough, except on Dinah (Live): Britta Langsjoen
Bass: Kevin Hseih, except on Dinah (Live): Rob Adkins
Guitar: Nick Russo
Tap: Eddy Francisco


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