Ken Dean plays cornet in the sixties. (Musical CD, 1999) []
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Ken Dean plays cornet in the sixties.

Author: Ken Dean
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], [1999?]
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : English

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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Ken Dean
OCLC Number: 228992795
Notes: Compact disc.
Credits: Produced by Alex Dean.
Performer(s): Ken Dean, cornet; Cliff McKay, clarinet; Bob Stagg, tenor sax; Peter Bartram, bass; Jim Leitch, trombone; Norm Karkruff, piano; Bob Hackborn, drums.
Event notes: Recorded by Bob Hackborn.
Description: 1 audio disc (60 min., 18 sec.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 leaflet
Contents: Jazz me blues (5:47) --
Tin roof blues (6:53) --
Muskrat ramble (5:54) --
Basin street blues (6:08) --
When the saints (Traditional-P.D.) (5:18) --
St. Louis blues (8:12) --
At the jazz band ball (4:33) --
Royal garden blues (5:42) --
Margie (5:16) --
I've found a new baby (6:17).
Other Titles: Ken Dean plays cornet in the '60s


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by misao (WorldCat user published 2013-10-11) Very Good Permalink

This CD consists of recordings from outdoor concerts in Toronto recorded by drummer Bob Hackborn. The sound quality varies, but the playing is amazing. The CD was assembled by Ken Dean and his son Alex, and distributed for free at the celebration of Ken Dean's life at Hart House in 2000.

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