- Performer Bourbon Street Band
- Title B-Street
- Date of release 1981
- Other formats VOX APE MOD WAV AA ASF MMF
- Genre Rock / Blues
- Size MP3 1365 mb
- Size FLAC 1523 mb
- Rating: 4.1
- Votes: 522
Australian four-piece rock band Bourbon Street (all original members) formed in Byron Bay, NSW, in February, 1987. The band enjoyed immediate success on the live circuit as a 70’s-styled high-energy cover band and soon began writing their own songs. During the next 6 years, Bourbon Street played more live shows than any other band in Australia.
A new version of Last. Norman Granz Jazz: Bourbon Street (Mono Version). Go to artist profile.
Bourbon Street, to be even more exact. Those who’ve had the pleasure of attending Ati’s Wildflower, have been witness to a blues show with the highest intensity, rivaled only by Attila’s talent as a performer. Beter yet, as a frontman. The other being The SoulFood Band, in which he, unsurprisingly, puts the emphasis on soul rather than blues, but both formations draw a great deal of inspiration from that unique New Orleans sound. Curious to see how a man from Budapest interprets the timeless music of artists like Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Van Morrison and many, many other? Then you’ve got absolutely no better place to be than at Bourbon Street, on Friday, July 12th and Friday, August 30th!
Blues on Bourbon Street. Bourbon Street Album.
Bourbon Street Parade is a popular jazz song written by drummer Paul Barbarin in 1955. The song is an example of how early marching bands influenced New Orleans jazz. It has become a Dixieland classic and New Orleans Jazz standard. It is often performed as part of "Second line" parades in New Orleans. The melody of Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey can be played simultaneously with Bourbon Street Parade and makes a pleasing counterpoint.
Bourbon Street Parade - Side Street Strutters Jazz Band. Wedding Jazz Band - Silk Street Jazz (Puttin' on The Ritz). St. James Infirmary, Bourbon Street Parade. You're Driving Me Crazy - Silk Street Jazz Band. Papa Bue's Viking JazzBand 1978 Bourbon Street Parade. Acoustic Wedding Band - Silk Street Jazz (Way Down Yonder in New Orleans).
|A1||Touch & Go|
|B1||Nobody Knows You|
|B2||Sorry I Ate Your Pie|