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Visits New Orleans

Visits New Orleans
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Although born in England, clarinetist Sammy Rimington plays traditional New Orleans jazz like he was born to it. Rimington moved to New Orleans in the mid-1960s and performed at the first New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in 1969. A friend and student of the legendary George Lewis, Rimington channels the spirit of Lewis with his rendition of “Burgundy Street Blues.” All of the sessions on this release were recorded in New Orleans only four months before Hurricane Katrina struck the city.

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Smile, Darn You, Smile Sammy Rimington 5:39
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In the Upper Garden Sammy Rimington 4:40
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You Always Hurt the One You Love Sammy Rimington 3:50
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My Bucket's Got a Hole In It Sammy Rimington 5:57
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Mazie Sammy Rimington 5:19
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Burgundy Street Blues Sammy Rimington 4:12
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Bugle Boy March Sammy Rimington 6:28
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Far Away Blues Sammy Rimington 4:32
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Red Wing Sammy Rimington 4:29
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Over the Waves Sammy Rimington, Michael Doucet, David Doucet, Lionel Batiste, and Lars Edegran 4:31
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Mobile Stomp Sammy Rimington, Michael Doucet, David Doucet, Lionel Batiste, and Lars Edegran 3:20
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Sweet Georgia Brown Sammy Rimington and the Tremé Brass Band 7:43
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