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  • Gutaxe says:
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    Label: Big3 - BT • Format: 3x, CD Compilation Box Set Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band, Post Bop Chris Barber - The Absolutely Essential 3CD Collection (, CD) | Discogs.
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    ProductI_maccpepcongviticatocontkingsulbiohar.co; A 60 track survey of one of the UKs most influential musicians ever, Chris Barber, not only being at the forefront of British Jazz from the 50s onwards but he was also key in the popularisation of Blues, paving the way for the British Blues explosion in .
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    CHRIS BARBER Vinyl Records and CDs Trombonist and band leader Chris Barber is one of the leading lights of Britain's Traditional Jazz scene. Since the early '60s, he has been keeping Dixieland, Traditional Jazz, and swinging Big Band jazz in the forefront of the European public.
  • Meztizahn says:
    This ‘Absolutely Essential 3 CD Collection’ includes numbers from Barber’s hey-day years in the s and s. There are many of my favourites including plenty of Ottilie Patterson, Monty Sunshine and even Lonnie Donegan playing a variety of traditional, blues and gospel along with ‘trad’ renditions of /5(55).

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