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Royal Garden Blues

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  1. “Royal Garden Blues” was written in by Spencer Williams and Clarence Williams. As Clarence Williams (not related to Spencer) was the publisher, it is thought that he received credit for this. The song is considered to be one of the first popular songs based on a riff. It first hit the charts in and was added to the big band.
  2. This CD includes a set of swing tunes, Swinging at the Haven and Royal Garden Blues, which are standard fair though executed well. There is a drum vehicle at the end (featuring drummer, Tain Watts) which is a throwback to Coltrane's "Drum Thing" from Crescent.5/5(5).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Royal Garden Blues on Discogs.4/5(26).
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  5. Royal Garden Blues, arranged here for various Quartets and Quintets is a well known and readily recognizable Dixieland classic. This arrangement is suitable for professional musicians and more experienced ensembles.
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  9. ROYAL GARDEN BLUES, in homage to the Crescent City of New Orleans, takes its title from s composer/bandleader Clarence Williams' familiar theme, Branford (on soprano saxophone) adding his name to a long list of jazzmen who've recorded the number in the last half-century, Kid Ory, Armstrong, Bechet, Bix, Mugsy Spanier, got the picture?

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