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Performer: Alan Rhodes And His Powerhouse Jazzmen
Title: All Rhodes Lead To Dixieland
Released: 1956
Style: Dixieland
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.2 ✦
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Laminated picture sleeve Recorded 19th June 1956 with Marco Naturalsound Response: . In Hi-Fi" Sleeve notes state: ALAN RHODES. Born, Rochdale, Sydney, 1928. Alan began his drumming career while still at school, and played with various big bands in Melbourne. In 1950, Bob "King" Crawford joined the outfit as vocalist, and the band took up residence at the "Jump Club. At this time they made their first Planet records on 78's with such titles as "Bumble Boogie," "Moonglow," "Blue Moon," et. which.

Laminated picture sleeve Recorded 19th June 1956 with Marco Naturalsound Response: .

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 March Of The Bobeats
Written By – CrosbyWritten-By – Haggart*, Bauduc*
2:32
A2 12th Street Rag
Written-By – Euday Bowman*
2:36
A3 Muskrat Ramble
Written-By – Ory*
1:57
B1 South
Written-By – Morton*, Hayes*
2:16
B2 When The Saints Go Marching In
Written-By – Redding*
2:22
B3 Smokey Mokes
Written By – Holzmann
2:38

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Chappell
  • Published By – Allan

Credits

  • Artwork [Art & Blocks] – Gordon Wall, Helen Powell
  • Banjo – Peter Cleaver
  • Bass – Ron Terry
  • Clarinet – Larry Kean
  • Cover – R.K.C.*
  • Directed By [Direction] – King Crawford*
  • Drums – Alan Rhodes
  • Engineer [Sound] – Marcus Herman
  • Guitar – Peter Cleaver
  • Photography [Photos] – Boris Ruemin
  • Piano – Ron Rosenberg
  • Supervised By – Bruce Clarke
  • Trombone – Ken Coburn
  • Trumpet – Eric Thomson*
  • Tuba – Ron Williamson

Notes

Laminated picture sleeve
Recorded 19th June 1956 with Marco Naturalsound
Response: R.I.A.A.
"A Triple-Play 45 R.P.M. In Hi-Fi"
Sleeve notes state:
ALAN RHODES. Born, Rochdale, Sydney, 1928. Alan began his drumming career while still at school, and played with various big bands in Melbourne.
In 1950, Bob "King" Crawford joined the outfit as vocalist, and the band took up residence at the "Jump Club." At this time they made their first Planet records on 78's with such titles as "Bumble Boogie," "Moonglow," "Blue Moon," etc., which has since been re-released on 45 r.p.m.
He became a name drummer through a series of Jazz concerts called, "Make Way For The Bands," and is rated as one of the finest rhythm drummers in the profession.