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  David Band, PLC, home page
Band often answers his own phone which, even after hours, is forwarded to her cell phone, and his law practice handles many different cases for all kinds of people and all kinds of cases.
David Band, while not a large firm with an overwhelming wealth of financial resources (we like to call it a Boutique Law Firm), is building a firm of specialists, and in any event, is well connected to many other specialists in the legal industry.
Band is now employing and recruiting additional young attorneys to do the leg work, interviewing clients and handling simple cases - all subject to his close supervision.
www.davidband.com   (1855 words)

 Orleans (band) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Orleans is a classic American Pop/Rock band best known for its hits Dance With Me (1975), Still the One (1976) and Love Takes Time (1979).
Orleans was formed in Woodstock, NY February 1972 by John Hall, Larry Hoppen and Wells Kelly.
Orleans found its core audience touring the clubs and college circuit of the Northeast US, crossing paths with other up-and-comers such as Bonnie Raitt, Tom Waits and Hall and Oates.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Orleans_(band)   (599 words)

 New Orleans Nightcrawlers recordings - Funknicity
Most New Orleans brass bands still follow the traditional style: collective improvisation in which the full voice of the band, all horns wailing at once, carries the weight of the music.
One reason for that is the crowd of second-liners that follows the band in the street, demanding the driving groove that pushes a parade along.
Of course all these elements are free-floating in the contemporary New Orleans brass band tradition, along with sounds of Horace Silver, Bobby Timmons, the Crusaders, the JB Horns, even some hiphop and rap.
www.neworleansnightcrawlers.com /cd_full_funknicity.html   (1015 words)

 June 2006   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
This current version is the band on Orleans’ first studio album in 10 years "Dancin’ in the Moonlight", nationally released in May by indy label, Friday Music.
Orleans’ home base was Woodstock, NY from 1972 through the 1990s; the Northeastern United States was and still is the band’s ‘back yard’.
Orleans shows include energetic performances of all the group’s hits, many fan favorites and a healthy dose of songs from the new CD.
www.orleansonline.com /pr1.html   (383 words)

 Norrie Cox - Traditional New Orleans Jazz - Recommended Listening   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Please note that the original style was in existence some 20/30 years before the first recordings were made in the early 1920s but it is believed that the style did not change radically until it became a part of the entertainment industry in the early 1920s.
It was born as a folk music and survived virtually unchanged in New Orleans until 1940 when it was rediscovered and went on to become a worldwide phenomena.
Joseph "King" Oliver left New Orleans for Chicago in 1918 and by the time these recordings were made had established himself as the premier entertainer in the New Orleans style.
www.norriecox.com /listening   (1128 words)

 New Orleans Jazz - ODJB Jazz History
The two "readers" in the band were Oliver and Manetta, with the latter serving as "straw boss" for Ory in the selection of material and direction of the band.
Indeed, the band had caught the doughboys going and coming, first as the hottest ticket in New York City 1917-18 when the city served as a major port of embarkation, and later in London in 1919 at the Hippodrome and the Armistice Ball, where they played for the returning servicemen and their generals.
Band members were considerably older and the music must have seemed dated to audiences at that time, but recordings from these two sessions are notable.
members.aol.com /ODJBjazz/odjbhistory.html   (5790 words)

 Traditional Jazz - New Orleans
The main features of New Orleans jazz are the unscripted ensemble work, the unwritten but generally acknowledged rhythms that may be used, and the defined roles of the instruments.
"The longer the band has been playing together the closer the harmony in the ensemble work" is a good maxim to judge a New Orleans band by; strings of solos generally indicate that the musicians do not either play together very often or that they do not have much confidence in each other.
Another band that should be featured is Lu Watter's Yerba Buena Jazz Band who were the prime revivalist on the west coast from the '40s onward; they were also instrumental in getting revivalists to go back to the original recorded sources.
members.tripod.com /GeoffBoxell/jazz.htm   (1030 words)

 The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
New Orleans music ushered in the 20th century with the wail of a joyful noise: collective improvisation, syncopated rhythms, eclectic stylizations and an infectious joie de vivre that was exhilarating.
For over seventy-five years, the brass band tradition existed largely unchanged until this forward-looking, bebop-influenced ensemble completely changed both the style and the repertoire of brass band music.
The band has received broad critical acclaim including a "Jazz Album of the Year" award from CMJ as well as five star ratings from both Downbeat and Jazz Times.
www.rosebudus.com /dozen/BuckJump.html   (687 words)

 New Orleans Brass Bands Downloads - Download New Orleans Brass Bands Music - Download New Orleans Brass Bands MP3s
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band in its prime successfully mixed together R&B with the instrumentation of a New Orleans brass band.
Of course, this band needs to be heard live for full effect, but this recorded effort might be their best yet.
Their spirited blending of New Orleans jazz parade rhythms with R&Bish horn riffs made them flexible enough to welcome guests Dr. John (who sings and play piano on "It's All Over Now"), Dizzy Gillespie ("Oop Pop A Dah") and Branford Marsalis ("Moose the Mooche") to their Columbia debut without altering their music at all.
www.mp3.com /new-orleans-brass-bands/genre/548/subgenre.html   (1004 words)

 Narvin Kimball, banjo player for New Orleans band - The Boston Globe
Kimball was the son of bassist Henry Kimball, and he made his first banjo with a cigar box, stick, and string.
Kimball formed his own band, Narvin Kimball's Gentlemen of Jazz, and played around New Orleans for 40 years.
It was on his mail rounds that he broached the idea of his band playing at the hall.
www.boston.com /news/globe/obituaries/articles/2006/03/19/narvin_kimball_banjo_player_for_new_orleans_band   (283 words)

 USATODAY.com - First post-Katrina Jazz Fest opens   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — New Orleans' music scene, languishing along with the city after Hurricane Katrina, was rejuvenated Friday as the city's annual Jazz and Heritage Festival provided electric moments from both its homegrown musical heroes and superstar acts.
A bit of Mardi Gras was also present — a brass band, surrounded by dancing festival-goers, snaked through the fairgrounds, its dancers waving white feathers to the beat of its booming horns.
One of New Orleans' most famous musical sons, Dr. John, was the closing act on the festival's main stage.
www.usatoday.com /life/music/2006-04-29-jazz-neworleans_x.htm   (709 words)

 New Orleans Spice Jazz Band
Whether y'all are in town for Mardi Gras, French Quarter Festival, New Orleans Jazz Fest or any other function you don't want to miss this boat.
The band is upbeat and entertaining with the most excellent, talented musicians who perform this style of jazz.
In keeping with the essence of New Orleans, there is an incredible repertoire of classic songs.
www.neworleansspice.com   (285 words)

 MFR Band | History
In 1996, the band began referring to itself as Marine Corps Band, New Orleans.
The band's buglers also travel around the country to pay tribute to veterans and fallen comrades from conflicts as far back as World War II and as recent as Operation Iraqi Freedom.
The band was recently given the honor of performing for President George W. Bush upon his arrival at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Fla., a distinction few other Marine Bands can claim.
www.mfr.usmc.mil /MFRHQ/Band/history.html   (480 words)

In the dim, dark years many years ago, a young woman by the name of Alison Miner asked Gary Edwards if he could supply sound systems for a little music festival that did not have a big budget, a whopping $200 for four stages for two days.
In 1972, Gary Edwards began Sound Of New Orleans Record Co by recording the Storyville Jazz Band at Montel Recording Studio in Baton Rouge, LA. The band leader was Drummer- Bob French; Bass and Vocals-George French; Piano-Ellis Marsalis; Trombone-Frog Joseph; Trumpet-Teddy Riley; Clarinet-Otis Basson.
Sound of New Orleans provides the live musical services of many of the great groups that appear on the label as well as other New Orleans performers.
www.bluesworld.com /SONO   (544 words)

 New Orleans JUICE ~~ The band
His first band, Hoppergrass, made an immediate impact on the Baton Rouge music scene in the early/mid '90's by sharing the bill with such notables as Widespread Panic, George Porter, Merl Saunders, The Aquarium Rescue Unit and The Samples, to name a few.
As the primary songwriter in the group, Dave’s influences are heard in his writing- from the organic instrumental grooves of the Meters, to the sharp wit and social commentary of Bob Dylan and the rhythmic wordplay of Dr. John.
He returned to New Orleans in 1998 to "get back to the funk" that he grew up on and, although he had known Dave since the early ‘90’s, they never performed together until Aron joined the band in August 1999.
neworleansjuice.com /band   (776 words)

 Butch Thompson's New Orleans Band
Butch Thompson leads this eight-piece band of top players in an exciting New Orleans repertoire ranging from 1920s classics by Jelly Roll Morton to blues and spirituals in the manner of Preservation Hall.
Trumpeter Duke Heitger is the band's youngest member, much in demand and currently living in New Orleans.
Drummer Jeff Hamilton was a student of the late Josiah 'Cie" Frazier, and banjoist Jimmy Mazzy of Boston is a poll-winning "musician's musician," a consummate instrumentalist and superb blues and scat singer.
www.butchthompson.com /pages/band.html   (275 words)

 New Orleans band regroups in EV
New Orleans band regroups in EV Jobs
It was a first-rate marching band, often the centerpiece of a New Orleans funeral.
Bennett's home is in New Orleans' Tremé district, the band's namesake.
www.azcentral.com /community/ahwatukee/articles/0921ar-jazz21Z10.html   (987 words)

 Funk Band New Orleans, LA - Orleans, Louisiana Funk Music, New Orleans Funk Bands
Escalade is a very energetic and high energy 8-piece Show & Dance Band from New Orleans that in it's short life have dazzled audiences all over the world, but mainly in the USA.., From the many costume changes to the high energy sound's form the 50's thru the 90's and beyond.
Phat Hat is a 9 piece horn driven band that specializes in the funk and dance favorites of the 70's, 80's and 90's.
NWC is a dance band with strong roots in classic Rock and Funk.
www.gigmasters.com /Funk/FunkBand_NewOrleans_LA.asp   (1006 words)

The Hot Tamale Brass Band have their origins in the colorful Dixieland band that used to hold forth during the late 19th and early 20th centuries in New Orleans.
The first outstanding Dixieland band exponent is generally acknowledged to have been Jack "Papa" Laine who attracted attention around 1892, when he organized a group known as the Reliance Brass Band.
One school -the Original Dixieland Jazz Band - was exemplified by the fast rhythms and rather staccato and agitated execution, The other school, usually identified with the New Orleans Rhythm Kings, was identified by a smoother rhythm.
www.hottamalebrassband.com   (585 words)

 (AP) New Orleans Musicians Band Together | WKRN.COM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The music of New Orleans is huddled in an old Austin recording studio.
The great talents of the New Orleans music scene had been accustomed to living minutes away from each other in the Ninth Ward, but Katrina scattered them across Texas, Colorado and elsewhere.
Ivan Neville is the son of New Orleans icon Aaron Neville, whose house was ruined in the floodwaters of Katrina.
www.wkrn.com /news/ap-new-orleans-musicians-band-together   (918 words)

 All Purpose Blues Band, New Orleans, Louisiana - Blues from the Big Easy
The All Purpose Blues Band is a dynamic live band with the versatility to deliver straight ahead blues, RandB, Soul, Rock and Roll.
This New Orleans band has a mix of stellar performance and great musicianship.
Who has a driving force that brings precision and cohesiveness to the band, coupled with his cool, and soulful singing style.
www.allpurposeblues.com   (249 words)

 Displaced New Orleans brass band drumming up Valley gigs
New Orleans jazz musicians were scattered across the country, ending up in shelters or with relatives.
Earlier this week, six band members were relaxing at Salzman's Chandler home.
Bennett's home is in New Orleans' Treme' district, the band's namesake.
www.azcentral.com /community/ahwatukee/articles/0920ar-jazz20-ON.html   (1003 words)

 Klezmer Review: The Panorama Jazz Band / Another hot night in February
The difference becomes obvious when you listen to the Panorama Jazz Band, a New Orleans outfit that has its roots in Dixieland, but which seems equally at home with dance music from around the world, whether it be jazz, klezmer, or Bulgarian.
The thing about Panorama Jazz Band is that they manage to use old-fashioned instrumentation, even, some old-fashioned arrangements, to play music that sounds delightfully current.
The band really draws out the "Arabisher" in Brandwein's tunes, and then hesitates not when it comes to applying full Dixieland press to "Baym Rebn in Palestina" or the former "Russian Sher" (here, "Here come the Philistines".
www.klezmershack.com /bands/panorama/hot/panorama.hot.html   (414 words)

 The Band: Live at the New Orleans Jazz Festival
Concert video recorded at the Lakefront Arena, New Orleans, LA, April 22, 1994, during the New Orleans Blues and Heritage Festival.
The Band were the opening act for the Allman Brothers Band.
The New Orleans concert was released on Laserdisc by Pioneer in 1996, and as a DVD in 1998.
theband.hiof.no /videos/live_at_new_orleans_jazz.html   (239 words)

 Stan McDonald's Blue Horizon Jazz Band--New Orleans Jazz to Early Swing.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Unlike many "Dixieland" bands, the Blue Horizon blends the unaffected spontaneity of early New Orleans jazz with a variety of tightly arranged passages and solos spanning the classic periods of American traditional jazz music to early swing.
The band has produced six record albums, many of which are available on CD, tape and LP.
One of the band's recordings features their old friend Tommy Benford who was Jelly Roll Morton's drummer and Bechet’s in the 30's and 40's.
www.bluehorizonjazzband.com   (375 words)

 CD Baby: JOE GALEA BAND: Midnight In New Orleans - from allrecordlabels
As Joe's band The Midnighters were the resident band at Teenage Cabaret, they also backed all the headliners performing there including those three brothers originally from England, of course "The BeeGees".
Since Joe formed his own band they have been in constant demand at many venues in and around Melbourne as well as earning a reputation at Music Festivals as being "The Highlight of the Festival".
The Joe Galea Band's new CD oozes Mississippi mud as it updates a host of New Orleans rhythm and blues classics, some Memphis soul'blues gems and a rousing original.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/galeaband/from/allrecordlabels   (899 words)

 Wedding Band New Orleans, LA - Orleans, Louisiana Wedding Music, New Orleans Wedding Bands
New Orleans music for weddings is plentiful on Gigmasters, and most of our New Orleans wedding bands have multiple audio and video samples available on their online press kits.
A great wedding music band in New Orleans Louisiana might need to be booked 12 to 18 months in advance.
The Stuff Like That Band features the talents of a 35-year veteran and master entertainer-- Bobby J. A multi-talented New Orleans native, Artist Bobby J captivates audiences with his melodic, raspy tenor voice.
www.gigmasters.com /Weddings/Wedding_NewOrleans_LA.asp   (1088 words)

He had six years of classical clarinet tuition from the age of 10 and later played in a military band for six years with parallel interest in jazz.
In ’85 he left the UK and formed two bands in Munich : «Roy’s Good Time New Orleans Band » and the «Isaria Brass Band aus München», a 10-piece parade band.
He joined «BW New Revival Band» in 2005 and is a member of various other New Orleans style orchestras.
www.newrevivalband.com /musicians.html   (649 words)

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