Happy Jazz & Co.: 10 Jahre Happy Jazz & Co, LP (Vinyl)
Happy Jazz & Co.: 10 Jahre Happy Jazz & Co, LP (Vinyl)
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Happy Jazz & Co. : 10 Jahre Happy Jazz & Co

  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
zwei Vinylplatten im Klappcover
  • Zeroone (2)
  • (G 2007)
  • 23 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • some surface marks on vinyl, shelf wear on cover

tracks

A1

Kansas City Stomp

Arranged By
  • Hans-Jörg Elter
Written By
2:30
A2

Just A Closer Walk With Thee

Arranged By
  • Hans-Jörg Elter
Written By
5:30
A3

Baby, Won't You Please Come Home

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
3:43
A4

Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
2:50
A5

Summertime

Written By
4:35
A6

The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
1:52
B1

St. Louis Blues

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
3:45
B2

Dr. Jazz

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
2:46
B3

Lazy Mississippi Steamer Goin' Home

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
2:59
B4

African Queen

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
2:48
B5

Alexander's Ragtime Band

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
2:55
B6

Basin Street Blues

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
2:52
B7

Big Butter And Egg Man

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
2:55
C1

At The Jazzbandball

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
4:40
C2

Nobody's Sweetheart

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
4:00
C3

Creole Love Call

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
5:30
C4

Flat Foot Floogie

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
4:05
C5

Bye Bye Blackbird

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
3:45
D1

Hello Dolly

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
3:15
D2

Squeeze Me

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
4:10
D3

Tin Roof Blues

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
5:15
D4

Indiana

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
5:35
D5

St. Louis Blues

Arranged By
  • Teddy Krahtz
Written By
7:00

Credits

Banjo
  • Hans-Jörg Elter
  • Wolf Bebenroth
Bass
  • Achim Öls
Clarinet
  • Horst "Pops" Popanda
  • Jochen Breitfeld
  • Uli Gehl
Co Producer
  • Waldemar Ziegler
Drums
  • Cle Neumann
Piano
  • Arpad Schacht
Trombone
  • Jan Klugkist
  • Norbert Görth
Trumpet
  • Teddy Krahtz
Tuba
  • Heiner Baurmeister
Vocals
  • Pat Keeman
  • Peter Sauer
  • Rusty Taylor

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