The Viper & His Famous Orchestra | A Song for All Seasons

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A Song for All Seasons

by The Viper & His Famous Orchestra

Turn-of-the-century skiffle, spasm jazz, and apocalyptic calypso -- live -- from the ukulele, suitcase, upright bass, and trombone quartet who brought you Everything for Everyone.
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. Limehouse Blues
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2. Heaven on Their Minds / This Jesus Must Die
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3. The Rump Steak Serenade / Take the 'A' Train
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4. The Amendment Song
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5. Whispering
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Album Notes
A Song for All Seasons was recorded live at two Champaign, Illinois watering holes: Mike & Molly\'s (April 29, 1999) and The Highdive (February 20 & 24, 2000). The musicians of the Orchestra are The Viper (baritone ukulele, tiple, lead vocals), Riley Broach (double bass, trumpet kazoo, and vocals), Edward Burch (suitcase, other percussion, straight-but-not-narrow kazoo, and vocals), Rob Henn (trombone, trombone kazoo, egg, and vocals), and guest violinist/sawist Colin McKoy on \"Limehouse Blues\" and \"Whispering.\" The cover art is by Edward Burch, with photographs by Rachel Leibowitz, modeled on a 1960s LP of the same title by harpist Robert Maxwell (Decca DL-74609).

For more bio on the Viper & His Famous Orchestra, see the notes on our other CD Baby offering, Everything for Everyone, or follow the link below to the home page/blog of The Viper.


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