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Chris Barber - Live in Sesjun 1997 Chris Barber: trombone, vocals John Crocker: clarinet Pat Halcox: trumpet, vocals Vic Pitt: upright bass Paul Sealey: guitar, banjo John Slaughter: guitar Alan 'Stickey' Wickett: drums Ian Wheeler: clarinet, saxophone, harmonica Also visit: http://www.youtube.com/user/BigChrisBarberBand
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Chris Barber Jazz and Blues Band Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, 19th June 1993 ARD, EBU Jazz Night Chris Barber (tb), Pat Halcox (tp), John Crocker (as), Ian Wheeler (cl), Johnny McCallum (bj), John Slaughter (g), Vic Pitt (b), Russell Gilbrook (dr)
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Chimes Blues Barber Chris 1990. November 2010. Over 350 000 of you have already seen the youtube postings on my Barber site, but with great pleasure I enclose Chris Barber's request. Have fun! Chris Barber. To:erwigfilms. Dear user, As the official representatives of Chris Barber and The Big Chris Barber Band, may we request that you include a link to the official Chris Barber Youtube channel in the description of your Chris Barber videos, and that you also include a link to Chris Barber's official webite. Please find these links below. Sincerely, BigChrisBarberBand. http://www.youtube.com/user/BigChrisBarberBand http://www.chrisbarber.net/I In 1990 Chris Barber and his Jazz Band celebrated their 40th anniversary and played a series of somewhere between 75 and 100 jubilee concerts all round Europe. Not only would Chris perform with his recent band, he would also make part of the show a feature with members of his early band. In this clip the early band with Pat Halcox and Monty Sunshine plays a version of King Oliver's 1923 band's tune "Chimes Blues". Instead of the Chimes being done by piano in the original recording Chris performed this with the three frontline horns. We with Climax Jazz Band copied that arrangement, and I remember very well how tough this part was, I guess especially for the cornet. Therefore it was amazing to see with Chris and the band in this clip that in the second time around the great Pat Halcox on cornet had a little problem as well.