PAUL BARBARIN

Dixieland / Original New Orleans Jazz • United States
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One of the top New Orleans drummers, Paul Barbarin was also quite significant as both a bandleader (his groups almost always boasted high musicianship) and as a composer (he wrote "Bourbon Street Parade" and "The Second Line"). Part of a large musical family, Paul's father Isadore played brass instruments; three of his brothers were musicians (including Louis, who was also a fine drummer), and his nephew was banjoist Danny Barker. Paul started on clarinet before saving up enough money to buy a set of drums. He played in many important New Orleans groups, including the Silver Leaf Orchestra and the Young Olympia Band, and early on developed a basic, straightforward style that was perfectly suitable for both parades and dances; the press roll was his specialty. In 1917, Barbarin moved to Chicago, playing with local groups (including some that he led) and with Freddie Keppard and Jimmie Noone. From 1923-1924, read more...
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PAUL BARBARIN Crescent City Carnival (aka New Orleans Jamboree) album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Crescent City Carnival (aka New Orleans Jamboree)
Original New Orleans Jazz 1954
PAUL BARBARIN And His New Orleans Jazz album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
And His New Orleans Jazz
Original New Orleans Jazz 1955

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PAUL BARBARIN Jazz At Preservation Hall III album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Jazz At Preservation Hall III
Dixieland 1963
PAUL BARBARIN Last Journey Of A Jazzman (The Funeral Of Lester Santiago Vol. II) album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Last Journey Of A Jazzman (The Funeral Of Lester Santiago Vol. II)
Dixieland 1965
PAUL BARBARIN Paul Barbarin's Jazz Band Of New Orleans album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Paul Barbarin's Jazz Band Of New Orleans
Dixieland 1995
PAUL BARBARIN Paul Barbarin's Onward Brass Band In Concert 1968 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Paul Barbarin's Onward Brass Band In Concert 1968
Dixieland 2000

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