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The Original Salty Dogs: Ragtime Festival CD Track Listing

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The Original Salty Dogs Ragtime Festival (1980)
This jazz cd contains 12 tracks and runs 42min 53sec.
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  1. The Original Salty Dogs - Sage Hen Strut (03:10)
    Sage Hen Strut, a Lu Matters original happily evokes the sound or the composer's own version while retaining uniquely distinct.\n
  2. The Original Salty Dogs - Borneo (03:53)
    Borneo featuring Carol Leigh was recorded by Bix Beiderbecke in the late 1920's and is bet one of the many tunes originally recorded by this jazz great and featured by the Dogs.\n
  3. The Original Salty Dogs - Russian Lullaby (04:45)
    Russian Lullaby has seen many jazz treatments since its 1927 debut from the pen of Irving Berlin ant this version must rank as one of the best.\n
  4. The Original Salty Dogs - Trombone Charlie (02:48)
    Trombone Charlie was recorded in 1927 by Bessie Smith as a tribute to and featuring Fletcher Henderson's great trombonist "Cholly" Green. The Dogs with Carol Leigh, recreate the need of the original without in any way copying the style of the older versio
  5. The Original Salty Dogs - Chimes Blues (03:22)
    Chimes Blues and Grandpa' s Spells need little introduction to jazz enthusiasts for they are now accredited jazz classics. At the hands of the Salty Dogs they gain a new dimension.
  6. The Original Salty Dogs - Grandpa's Spells (02:36)
    Chimes Blues and Grandpa' s Spells need little introduction to jazz enthusiasts for they are now accredited jazz classics. At the hands of the Salty Dogs they gain a new dimension.
  7. The Original Salty Dogs - On Revival Day (03:38)
    On Revival Day (A Rhythmic Spiritual) composed in 1930 by Andy Razaf, wall known lyricist and collaborator with Fats Waller and James P. Johnson again features Carol Leigh.\n
  8. The Original Salty Dogs - Olga (04:07)
    Olga, jointly composed by King Oliver and his nephew, Dave Nelson, is a rarely heard tune and is an indication of the seriousness with which the Dogs select their material.\n
  9. The Original Salty Dogs - Oh My Babe Blues (03:36)
    Oh My Babe Blues, a Ma Rainey blues from 1926 has been a feature over the years for Australians, Judith Durham and Margaret Roadknight. Carol Leigh's version is a welcome and refreshing rendition of this haunting blues.\n
  10. The Original Salty Dogs - Dallas Blues (03:24)
    Dallas Blues, a 1918 popular song from the team of Hart A. Wand and Lloyd Garrett has been recorded so many times it has become a standard within the jazz idiom. Like all tunes adapted by the Original Salty Dogs, it has been revamped, carefully treated an
  11. The Original Salty Dogs - Lock And Key (04:32)
    Lock and Key, with vocal by Carol Leigh, differs remarkably from the Bessie Smith 1927 version and to my mind reflects sore of the hard humour intended by the composer.\n
  12. The Original Salty Dogs - Bay City Blues (02:56)
    Bay City Blues has become firmly established with the Turk Murphy Band over the years and this tribute by the Original Salty Dogs again reveals their ability to take a familiar tune and transform it into their own.\n


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