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Roaring Through the '20s
(1975 Public TV Special)
Feat. Claude Hopkins
The second part of the 1975 WGBH Public TV special "Roaring Through the '20s" hosted by Bobby Short, features the "New Black Eagle Jazz Band" with Tony Pringle cornet & leader, Stan Vincent trombone, Stan McDonald soprano sax, Bob Pilsbury piano, Peter Bullis banjo, Eli Newberger tuba, and Pam Pameijer drums, with special guest pianist Claude Hopkins. -For Part 3 Click Here
After a medley of popular 1920's dance tunes from the "New Black Eagles" Bobby Short takes to the piano for a memorable performance of Harry Warren and Mort Dixon's Tin Pan Alley hit "Nagasaki".
The best is yet to come with the historic live performance of two numbers played by the legendary stride pianist Claude Hopkins. Bobby Short concludes, seated at the keys once more, with another lively pop song.
1 "Dance Medley"
"Ballin' the Jack"
3 "I Would Do Anything for You"
4 "Honeysuckle Rose"
5 "Crazy Fingers"
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