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Eddie Condon - Chicago Style (His Greatest Recordings 1927-1940) (CD)

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  6. Eddie Condon was Chicago jazz in the s. He was a brilliant bandleader, composer and entrepreneur. Joining The Jim Cullum Jazz Band to celebrate the Condon sound are tenor saxophonist Bobby ‘Lips’ Levine and vocalist Stephanie Nakasian.
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  8. These beautifully recorded and remastered performances from the mid-'40s chart the path of the post-war Condon/Teagarden collaboration on records. This disc is indescribably wonderful Chicago-style Dixieland jazz, the kind that they don't make anymore: genial, gritty, authentic, and un-pretentious.5/5(7).