Second Thursday

by Southside Aces

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J For Jump 02:52
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Japansy 04:16
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Skokiaan 03:54

about

The Southside Aces have put together their fifth album of traditional jazz, ranging from covering the masters to writing brand new originals. Second Thursday is named for the night each month that the Southside Aces descend upon the Eagles Aerie #34 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Any time you show up, you'll hear a different musician or composer from jazz history being featured, from Louis Armstrong to Jelly Roll Morton to Bob French or the Hall Brothers Jazz Band, just to name a few. Each of the songs on the album had their place in one of those great nights of jazz.

credits

released December 10, 2014

Erik Jacobson—sousaphone, vocal 5
Tony Balluff—clarinet
Zack Lozier—trumpet, vocal 4, 11
Robert Bell—guitar
Dave Michael—drums
Steve Sandberg—trombone, vocal 8, 14
Group vocals—Seward Mens Choir
Design—Jonathan Hankin
Photographs—Jonathan Hankin
Music arranged by Tony Balluff except 7, Zack Lozier, and 10 Mike Polad
Recorded—Lance Conrad at Humans Win!
February23-24 and March 5, 2014
Mixed—Lance Conrad at Humans Win!
Mastered—Rob Schlette at Anthem Mastering

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Southside Aces Minneapolis, Minnesota

Traditional jazz from the New Orleans dance hall and points north. From Jelly Roll Morton and King Oliver, Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington, George Lewis and Paul Barbarin. The Southside Aces sextet has been making New Orleans sounds since 2003.

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