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  1. "Basin Street Blues" is a song often performed by Dixieland jazz bands, written by Spencer Williams in and recorded that year by Louis Armstrong. The verse with the lyric "Won't you come along with me / To the Mississippi " was later added by Glenn Miller and Jack Teagarden.
  2. Basin Street Blues. 99 likes. "Basin Street Blues" is a song often performed by Dixieland jazz bands, written by Spencer Williams in and recorded.
  3. Heaven on earth, they call it Basin Street Basin Street is the street where the best folks always meet in New Orleans, land of dreams you'll never know how nice it seems, or just how much it really means Glad to be, oh yes-siree Where welcome's free and dear to me Where I can lose, lose my Basin Street Blues Basin Street, oh Basin Street Is the.
  4. Basin Street is a section of New Orleans, in Louisiana, which is a thoroughfare running through the Storyville Quarter. The area earned a name in the early days of jazz music as being a hub for jazz and blues singers and bands to make a name for themselves.
  5. Print and download Basin Street Blues sheet music by Louis Armstrong arranged for Piano. Instrumental Solo in Bb Major (transposable). SKU: MN
  6. Basin street blues: versions par artistes, Ray Charles, Charlie MC Coy, Liz Mccomb, The Golden Gate Quartet, Maxim Saury, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Diana Krall, Dave Brubeck, Louis Prima, David Sanborn, Claude Bolling, Willie Nelson, Keith Jarrett, Paul Motian, Gary Peacock.
  7. Songlist: Old St. Louie, Birth Of The Blues, I Only Have Eyes For You, I Love A Piano, Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans, I Tried To Forget You In Vain, Basin Street Blues, Dayton, Ohio - , Mississippi Squirrel Revival, To-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's An Irish Lullaby), Naturally, Lida Rose / Will I Ever Tell You, Love Letters.
  8. The song Basin Street Blues was written by Spencer Williams and was first recorded and released by Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra in It was covered by The Button Down Brass featuring the "Funky" Trumpet of Ray Davies, Omni Brass, Bob Belden Ensemble, Cab Calloway with orchestra directed by Henry Jerome and other artists.

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