Chris Barber Jazz Band & Sweet Substitute - British Bash: Live In New Orleans (2015)
Jazz: New Orleans Jazz, Vocals | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 53 min | 125 MB
Label: Leisure Music Group | Rel: 2015
British trombonist Chris Barber was born in 1930 and actually began the British invasion of musicians in the 1960's with his transatlantic hit "Petite fleur" in 1959 followed by another hit, "Rock Island Line", which sparked young musicians like Eric Clapton and the Rolling Stones. In the spring of 1982, he brought over his band along with a cappella, jazz fusion, swing trio of three young ladies, Angie Masterson, Teri Leggett and Kate McNab, AKA "Sweet Substitute. Backed up by Chris Barber and his seven piece swing band, including blues guitarist Roger Hill, this one hour show was taped before a live audience at DUKES PLACE, high atop the Monteleone Hotel in New Orleans French Quarter.