Lewis, George / Colyer, Ken / Jazzmen - Famous Manchester Free Trade Hall Concert 1957 | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. Basin Street Blues and Intro to George Lewis
2. Weary Blues
3. Shine
4. Tin Roof Blues
5. Bugle Boy March
6. Burgundy Street Blues
7. St Philip Street Breakdown
8. Nobody Knows the Way I Feel This Morning/The Old Rugged Cross
9. Over the Waves
10. Ice Cream
11. Corrine Corrina
12. Mama Don't 'Low/When the Saints Go Marching in
13. No Place Like Home/Auf Wiedersehen

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This CD is a recording of the first time George Lewis ever appeared in the UK. He agreed to come as long as he could play with Ken Colyer's Jazzmen. The 71 minute CD is full of great jazz from George Lewis ad Ken Colyer with Ken's amazing band and is full of great atmosphere.