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Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers - Washington Square album flac

Performer: Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers
Title: Washington Square
Country: Australia & New Zealand
Released: 1964
Style: Dixieland
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 903
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Arranged By – Frank Traynor. Companies, etc. Published By – Palings ∙ Sydney. Distributed By – W & G Distributing Co. Pty. Ltd. Published By – Woomera Music Pty.

Arranged By – Frank Traynor. Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers. Washington Square ‎(7", EP). W & g, w & g. Wg-e.

A1. Washington Square Written-By – Goldstein. A2. Sweet Patootie Arranged By – Frank. Title (Format) Label. W & g, w&g.

1964 "Trombone Frankie" (Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers & Judy Durham), "House Of The Rising Sun" (Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers & Helen Violaris). 1967 "The Olive Tree"/"The Non-Performing Lion Quickstep" – UK No. 33. 1967 "Again and Again"/"Memories".

FRANK TRAYNOR'S JAZZ PREACHERS - Washington Square 1964 Australian W&G Oz Jazz. Australian Jazz Single. 1964 W&G Release. Dave Dallwitz & His Jazz Band-Ern Malley Jazz Suite (Australian 12 vinyl LP album issued thru Swaggie Records-S1360) – Recorded in Adelaide at Pepper Studios Pty. Limited on 16th and 17th August, 1975.

Washington Square with Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers - 1963 . - Woomera Music. Very Good (VG ): Possible light scratches, plays good, but may have the occasional pop. I also separate the vinyl from the cover, so there is no splitting of sleeve in transport. I Have for sale a 3DB herald privilege 7" 33 rpm record ep titled the geelong football club song by frank traynor and the jazz preachers.

Background to the Project.

Frank Traynor (8 August 1927 – 22 February 1985) was an Australian jazz musician, trombonist and entrepreneur based in Melbourne. He led Australia’s longest continuously running jazz band, the Jazz Preachers, from 1956 until his death in 1985. He founded the Melbourne Jazz Club in 1958. He founded and ran Frank Traynor's Folk and Jazz Club (1963–75), which played a central role in the Australian folk revival Traynor formed his first band,.

Tracklist

Washington Square 2:44
Sweet Patootie 2:56
The Longest Day 2:35
Just A Closer Walk With Thee 2:40

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WG-E.1758, WG-E-1758 Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers Washington Square ‎(7", EP) W & G, W & G WG-E.1758, WG-E-1758 Australia & New Zealand Unknown
WG-E-1758 Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers Washington Square ‎(7", EP) W & G WG-E-1758 Australia 1964
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