SELDOM EVER BLUE

Here’s a delightful performance of SHOE SHINE BOY by the Copenhagen Washboard Five:

They have the right spirit, don’t they?  (Almost as if Louis and Sidney had gotten together in 1940 to record a relaxed version of this pretty Cahn-Chaplin song.)  And the vocal needs no translation. 

The Five are Mikael Zuschlag (cornet); Erik Spiermann (soprano saxophone); Jonas Winding (banjo /vocal); Hans Kofoed-Nielsen (sousaphone); Knud Andersen (washboard and vocal).  The performance was recorded on November 7, 2009, in the John F. Kennedy Pub & Jazzlounge, Torvet 4, Hillerød, Denmark. 

And Mikael’s YouTube channel is “lic62,” where he’s posted more than one hundred and fifty jazz performances by a variety of bands.  The most recent set brings together the Jelly Roll Morton-inspired pianist Bob Greene and the Peruna Jazzmen, with Bob playing TIGER RAG on a Roland keyboard with the band.

2 responses to “SELDOM EVER BLUE

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  2. Wonderful!
    This is a local spot I visit as often as I can, living in Allerød, only 8 km south of Hillerød.
    Erik

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