Chris barber's jazz band - acker bilk and his paramount jazz band mr acker bilk and his paramount jaz
Bath: Piattino's , 7 Edgar Buildings, George Street, Bath, BA1 2EE.
Mel Henry's Jazz Times Three. Every 2 weeks. - pm
Performers: Dizzy Reece, Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Ken Wray (tb), Derek Humble (as), Ronnie Scott (ts), Tubby Hayes (bs), Norman Stenfalt (p), Lennie Bush (b), Victor Feldman (d). 11 Dec 1956
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Bulawayo Sweet Rhythm' original version took off and reached No 17 on the Billboard Best Sellers in Stores chart .  Whether London Records' was a new recording, or a re-release of the Cold Storage Band's old recording under a new name, is uncertain. The band's original name was changed, no doubt for easier Western consumption,  perhaps by the record company or by the band itself.
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The Crane River Jazz Band is one of the most revered jazz bands of the 20th Century. In 1949 they took the UK by storm appearing on BBC TV and Studio 51 in Leicester Square and in 1951 played at the newly opened Royal Festival Hall.
In 1972 the Cranes re-formed and their first London appearance was at the 100 Club in Oxford Street where this CD was recorded. The result was sheer ... [ MORE ]
After splitting from Barber, Donegan went on to make a series of popular records as "Lonnie Donegan's Skiffle Group", with successes including "Cumberland Gap" (1957), " Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour " (1958) and "My Old Man's a Dustman" (1960).  However, the British rock and roll scene was starting to take off, producing home-grown stars like Tommy Steele , Marty Wilde and Cliff Richard and the Shadows (themselves originally involved in skiffle). Donegan was the only skiffle act to make a serious impact on the charts, and even he began to look outmoded. The skiffle craze was largely over by 1958, as its enthusiasts either abandoned music for more stable employment or moved into some of the forms of music that it had first suggested, including folk, blues and rock and roll. As a result, it has been seen as a critical stepping stone to the second folk revival, blues boom and the British Invasion of the US popular music scene.  Donegan continued his career in skiffle until his death in 2002.