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Label: Jazzology - JCD-12 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz •


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  1. Fautaur Permalink
    George Clarence Brunies was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on February 6, into a very musical family. His father led a family band, and his brothers Henry, Merritt, Richard, and Albert ("Abbie") all became noted professional musicians. By the age of 8 young George was already playing alto horn professionally in Papa Jack Laine's band.
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  2. Garisar Permalink
    20 rows · Trombonist George Brunies (who in later years shortened his name to Georg Brunis) led 9/
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  3. Tojakora Permalink
    Barney Bigard / Art Hodes All Star Stompers, Bobby Hackett And His Orchestra, Eddie Condon And His All-Stars, Eddie Condon And His Band, Eddie Condon And His Windy City Seven, Friar's Society Orchestra, George Brunies & His New Orleans Allstars, George Brunies And His Jazz Band, George Brunis And His New Rhythm Kings, Jam Session At Commodore, Louis Prima & His New Orleans .
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  4. Kerr Permalink
    George Brunies, aka Georg Brunis, (February 6, – November 19, ) was a well known early jazz trombonist. George Clarence Brunies was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on February 6, into a very musical family. His father lead a family band, and his .
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  5. JoJomuro Permalink
    Photograph: Wikipedia / William P. Gottlieb We can watch a video of George Brunies taking a solo with Bobby Hackett and Eddie Condon in playing At The Jazz Band Ball on "Saturday Evening Swing Club" show, Bobby Hackett and his Boys with Eddie Condon (banjo), Pee Wee Russell (clarinet), George Brunies (trombone). George is clearly having fun playing around during this recording.
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  6. Kazisar Permalink
    Find George Brunies song information on AllMusic Georg Brunis. Louis Prima & His Band. Alex Hill / Irving Mills. Bugle Call Rag feat. New Orleans Rhythm Kings / Leon Rapollo. Billy Meyers / Jack Pettis / Elmer Schoebel. Original Dixielan. Brunies' Blues feat. Baby Dodds / George Foster / .
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  7. Gogis Permalink
    Oct 10,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - George Brunies And His Jazz Band - Ugly child (commodore) () YouTube Workingman Blues - Duration: King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band - .
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  8. Malazilkree Permalink
    George Brunies, aka Georg Brunis, (6 February – 19 November ) was a jazz trombonist who came to fame in the s, and was part of the Dixieland revival. He was known as the "King of the Tailgate Trombone". After the Rhythm Kings broke up in Chicago in , Brunies joined the nationally famous Ted Lewis band, which he played.
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