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Re: [RedHotJazz] Prince's Band - That's A Plenty and other "Jazz" standards

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  • Howard Rye
    ³High Society² was on two VJM LPs: VLP1 and VLP51, but I don¹t have either! They shouldn¹t be difficult to find though. VLP1 was called ŒA Programme of
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      ³High Society² was on two VJM LPs: VLP1 and VLP51, but I don¹t have either!
      They shouldn¹t be difficult to find though. VLP1 was called ŒA Programme of
      Ragtime¹ and has three other Prince¹s sides on it. VLP51 was called ³Ragtime
      Memories² and also has Porcupine Rag and Georgia Grind.


      on 06/03/2011 18:01, Andrew Homzy at andrew.homzy@... wrote:

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      > I've been looking for recordings of a few tunes by Prince's Band which reflect
      > early jazz repertoire -
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      > So far, I've only found "Ballin' The Jack" - a good performance, but marred by
      > animal sounds and other "effects".
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      > Prince's band recorded the first versions of "That's A Plenty" and "High
      > Society" - maybe others.
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      > I'd love to hear them. Are they available?
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      > Cheers,
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      > Andrew
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      > http://www.archive.org/details/PrincesBand
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