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Jump Sturdy - Mardi Gras Brass Band* - Live Im Capitol (CD, Album)

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  1. No big-band sounds from Bill Lagman, no Bay City Brass, no Excelsior Band, no "Moonpie Mardi Gras" from Rollin in the Hay, no "Joe Cain" from Slow Moses. Them's the breaks. There was, of course, a.
  2. KOE festivities culminate with a parade which gathers in front of St. Louis Cathedral on Mardi Gras morning and parades through the French Quarter. Members costume following a yearly theme and the parade is accompanied by Treme Brass Band. Laissez Boys – They don’t dance or march but, in the true spirit of Mardi Gras this krewe rolls. Watch.
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  8. Pared down to a trio, Creedence Clearwater Revival had to find a new way of doing business, since already their sound had changed, so they split creative duties evenly. It wasn't just that each member wrote songs -- they produced them, too. Doug Clifford and Stu Cook claim John Fogerty needed time to creatively recharge, while Fogerty says he simply bowed to the duo's relentless pressure for.

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