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Artist: Fat Babies, The
Title: Solid Gassuh
Format: CD
Label: DELMARK  ( )
Catalog Number:257
Barcode:038153025724 itemnumber=1000119981
Price: $15.98  (All prices include domestic shipping.)
Genre: JAZZ
Release Date: 10/21/2016
Availability: In Stock
Additional Musical Category Notes:
traditional jazz 

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18th & Racine (DMK 255) was the name of the previous Fat Babies album and it's also the location of Honky Tonk BBQ where they play Sundays and recorded this new album, after-hours. The JazzTimes review of 18th said "The young, Chicago septet is steeped in the music's earliest moments, performing 1920's jazz not only faithfully but perfectly in every way. The interlocking lines, the dazzling piano runs,, the cornet blasts and clarinet squiggles and lockstep banjo-it all feels so exciting, so immediate. The Fat Babies are stuck in the past, and hopefully they won't get out." Solid Gassuh features 15 songs including "Doctor Blues", "Alabamy Bound", "Delirium", "Egyptian Ella", "Pencil Papa" and "China Girl".

Track Listing
[2:51] After A While

[3:08] Alabamy Bound

[2:37] Original Charleston Strut

[3:54] Delirium

[3:05] Doctor Blues

[4:20] Did You Ever See A Dream Walking?

[3:20] Egyptian Ella

[2:51] Feelin' Good

[3:24] Maple Leaf Rag

[2:45] I Miss A Little Miss

[2:34] Parkway Stomp

[2:45] You Were Only Passing Time With Me

[2:49] Pencil Papa

[3:42] China Girl

[2:59] Slow River

Performers on this Album
Beau Sample: string bass
Andy Schumm: cornet
John Otto: clarinet, alto saxophone
Dave Bock: Trombone
Paul Asaro: piano, vocals
Jake Sanders: tenor banjo, guitar
Alex Hall: drums
Additional Technical Information Available For This Album
Release Format: CD         
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