Acker Bilk : Mr Acker Bilk Requests (UK)

CD [Cover Art for Acker Bilk / Mr Acker Bilk Requests (UK)] Your Price: $17.51
Availability: In Stock
Sell date: 7/2013
Label: Jasmine Music
Mfg's Catalog#: 8807392
CDC Part#: 1733579
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EU-only two CD collection. Acker Bilk was part of the boom in traditional Jazz that swept the United Kingdom in the late 1950s. Features his hits 'Summer Set', performed by his ensemble the Paramount Jazz Band, and 'Stranger on the Shore' which went to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart making him the first British artist to have an American #1... making Acker an international star. Other great songs of note include his interpretation of 'I Can't Get Started', 'Higher Ground', 'Carry Me Back', 'Franklin Street Blues', and 'Ory's Creole Trombone'. Described as the Great Master of the Clarinet, Acker Bilk was, and still is just as important as American jazzmen like Benny Goodman or Artie Shaw. Truly, the glory that is Acker Bilk transcends all ages and all manner of music. Jasmine Records.

 
 Tracks
 
Travelling Blues
Delia Gone
Gladiola Rag
Willy the Weeper
Dardanella
Franklin Street Blues
Easter Parade
Marching Through Georgia
In a Persian Market
I'm Going Home
Ory's Creole Trombone
Summer Set
Let the Light From the Lighthouse Shine
Berliner Luft March (Gay Hussar)
Tiger Rag
Cushion Foot Stomp
Run Come See Jerusalem
Old Comrades March
C.R.E. March
Carry Me Back
Jump in the Line
Blaze Away
El Abanico
Louisian - I - Ay
Higher Ground
Under the Double Eagle
Stranger on the Shore
Lullaby
Mean to Me
Greensleeves
Take My Lips (Meravigliose Labbra)
Sentimental Journey
Nobody Knows
Is This the Blues?
Cielto Lindo
Deep Purple
I Can't Get Started
Carolina Moon
Stars & Stripes
Perdido Street Blues
Papa Dip
My Heart Belongs to Daddy
Gospel Train
Maryland Parch
That's My Home
Go Tell It on a Mountain
Creole Jazz
House Rent Stomp
My Bucket's Got a Hole in It
Stomp Off Let's Go!