Ice Cream. Drive import. Re Union. Star Portrait. Stories 2. Stories 1. Stories 3. Concert for the BBC. Who's Blues. Jeton Compact Discs. Live in ' Jazz Holiday.
The Trad. Jazz Scene, Vol. Tuff City Records. GHB Records. Echoes of Ellington [Limited]. All That Jazz. We'll Meet Again. That's It Then. Live at the BP Studienhaus. Jazz Jamboree. Down on the Bayou. With Zenith Hot Stompers. Barber in Concert.
His New Orleans Friends. In His Element. He continues to lead a touring band, more than sixty years after it was formed. He played trombone in an eight-piece unit dedicated to the music of King Oliver, with Monty Sunshine on clarinet and Lonnie Donegan on banjo. Irish Blues singer Ottilie Patterson joined in and she stayed in the band for fifteen years, and stayed married to Chris for 24 years. High Society. Whistlin' Rufus. Kerry Mills. April Showers. Louis Silvers.
One Sweet Letter from You. Gipsy Davy. Doin' My Time. Jimmie Skinner. Thriller Rag. Sweet Georgia Brown. Bugle Call Rag.
Petite Fleur. Sidney Bechet. Wabash Blues. Lawdy Lawdy Blues. Betty and Dupree. My Old Kentucky Home. Stephen Foster. Track Listing - Disc 2. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Genre Jazz. Styles Dixieland Trad Jazz. Recording Date November 9, - September 14, Track Listing.
Chris Barber. Precious Lord Take My Hand. Thomas A. Sing On.Originally released as 10" LP by Columbia cat# 33S Recorded Advertised as part of "Jazz guys (and gals) for November" on page 4 in the Wednesday, November 7th issue of .