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The Dixie Stompers


The name Dixie Stompers was utilized by a number of traditional jazz bands. One was a septet that documented within the Midwest through the middle and past due ’50s. There is a Belgian septet utilizing the name that documented and peformed from 1944 to 1965, and for just one session got Benny Waters using them on soprano and clarinet, in addition to doing some preparations. There is also a Dutch sextet that documented two singles in 1962, and another American group led by cornetist Steve Street that produced one recording for Major Small Records.

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Full Name The Dixie Stompers
Music Songs Hard-To-Get Gertie, Tampeekoe, When the Saints Go Marching In, Spanish Shawl, Florida Stomp, I Found a New Baby, Nervous Charlie Stomp, Les oignons, Ain't She Sweet?, Doudou-Dixie, St. Louis Shuffle, Doudou Blues, Piano Rag Nik, Basin Street Blues, The Wang-Wang Blues, Get It Fixed, Ja-Da, Variety Stomp, Royal Garden Blues, He là-bas, Mahogany Hall Stomp, Mixed Pickles, Black Horse Stomp, Ain't Misbehavin', Choux de Bruxelles, Oh, Baby!, Baltimore, Bugle Call Rag, Tishomingo Blues, Variety Stomp, Pt. 2, Panama, Alabama Stomp
Albums When Jazz Was King, Famous Jazz Team (Mono Version), Jazz: Albert Langue and the Dixie Stompers du Hot Club de Belgique, Doudou-Dixie (Mono Version), The Dixie Stompers, Light Source, Ultimate Top Hits, Forever, Swingin' In The Rain, Light My Fire, Spring Is Coming, Silent Places, Brave Heart, Souvenirs Of Summer, Long Play, Express Yourself, Easy Money, Lakeshore Town, What's afoot ?, Play My Favorite Hits, Feel Freely

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