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Salt City Six - Salt City Six Plays the Classics in Dixieland flac album
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Salt City Six - Salt City Six Plays the Classics in Dixieland flac album

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Salt City Six
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Salt City Six Plays the Classics in Dixieland
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Style:
Dixieland
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Tracklist

A1 William Tell Overature
A2 Granada
B1 Ciri Biri Bin
B2 New Orleans
B3 El Capitan
B4 Ah, so Pure - From Martha

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ALSS-10005 Salt City Six Salt City Six Plays The Classics In Dixieland ‎(LP, Ltd, RE) Athena , Upscale Jazz™ ALSS-10005 US 1992

Complete your Salt City Six collection. referencing Salt City Six Plays the Classics in Dixieland, LP, Album, APS 5980. I have a press that's different cover and number than any of the ones listed here. It's got the same gold Audiophile label as this one (APS 5980) but it's on black vinyl, not red. The page for the '92 Athena repress says this was previously released as AP-80 and Aps 5980 ( this press).

Salt City Six Plays the Classics in Dixieland. Audiophile Records 5980.

Original Dixieland One Step. The Original Salt City Six. The Original Salt City Six Plays "The Classics". 11. Riverboat Shuffle. 12. When It's Sleepy Time Down South. 13. It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary

The Original Salt City Six Plays "The Classics", 6m 40sec. Original Dixieland One Step. Chat About Original Dixieland One Step by The Original Salt City Six. Similar Artists. For You. Music, radio and podcasts, all free. Listen online or download the iHeartRadio App. Connect.

The Original Salt City Six, Will Alger, Paul Squire, Robert Mahan, Lou Johnston, Ralph Haupert, Jack Maheu. The Original Salt City Six, Will Alger, Paul Squire, Robert Mahan, Lou Johnston, Ralph Haupert, Jack Maheu. I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None O' This Jellyroll.

The definitive Dixieland sound is created when one instrument (usually the trumpet) plays the melody or a recognizable paraphrase or variation on it, and the other instruments of the "front line" improvise around that melody. This creates a more polyphonic sound than the arranged ensemble playing of the big band sound or the straight "head" melodies of bebop. Many Dixieland groups of the revival era consciously imitated the recordings and bands of decades earlier. Other musicians continued to create innovative performances and new tunes. Eddie Condon, guitarist who led bands and ran a series of nightclubs in New York City and had a popular radio series. Successor bands played until the 1970s, and their mainstream style is still heard today, especially in touring bands led by cornetist Ed Polcer who was a co-owner of Condon's last nightclub in New York.

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  • I have a press that's different cover and number than any of the ones listed here. It's got the same gold Audiophile label as this one (APS 5980) but it's on black vinyl, not red. The page for the '92 Athena repress says this was previously released as AP-80 and Aps 5980 ( this press). What's strange is mine is AP 85. It's listed as having previously released as AP 80 But there isn't a page for it here (yet). Mine has a different cover , once again, to either of these presses. Does the AP 60 press have the same cover as mine? Also mine is in stereo, same as these. if anyone could help me figure this out, it would be gratefully appreciated.

  • AP 85 is an entirely different release than AP 80. Although the titles are similar the song selections differ. Audiophile Records in the early stereo era released some records as AP before switching to APS as the stereo designation. I assume there are mono and stereo issues of both releases (Owners of those records should create new discogs listings to clarify). To confuse matters, the label was sold and moved to Texas after which time Audiophile re-released AP80 as APS5980. So 5980 is a stereo reissue as is the Athena Upscale, which is correctly listed in discogs.com. Note that Harry Pearson listed only the stereo (original) AP 80 in his TAS Super Disk List.