Franz Jackson: It's No Good Tune​.​.​.​If It Doesn't Have A Story

by Franz Jackson

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  • Franz Jackson with Hugh Leal's Motown Classic Jazz Band recorded live in 1999 in Windsor, Ontario.

    Franz and Hugh Leal make wonderful music on this CD. Standout cuts include "Bourbon Street Parade" which makes you feel as if you're marching down the legendary street in old N'awlins!

    This CD also has some good old-fashioned classics such as "Darktown Strutter's Ball" and (I Wish That I Could Shimmy Like My) "Sister Kate" with Franz doing some great tongue-slapping clarinet work.

    A wonderful bonus on this CD are tracks 11 through 16 which feature Hugh Leal interviewing Franz about his career and thoughts on music.

    You don't want to leave this one out of your collection!


    Tracks:

    1. Undecided
    2. Mecca Flat Blues
    3. Bourbon Street Parade
    4. Sunday
    5. Darktown Strutter's Ball
    6. Sister Kate
    7. Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None of This Jelly Roll
    8. C Jam Blues
    9. *Bonus Tracks 11-16: Interview with Franz about his career and
    philosophy of music


    Personnel:
    Franz Jackson (tenor sax and vocals)
    Hugh Leal (guitar and banjo)
    Paul Klinger (coronet and soprano sax)
    Chuck Moss (trombone)
    Peter Siers (drums)
    Dan Pliskow (bass)
    Chuck Shermetaro (piano)


    Releaed by Parkwood Records 1999
    Produced by Hugh Leal
    Executive Producer Kathy Leal
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Franz Jackson with Hugh Leal's Motown Classic Jazz Band recorded live in 1999 in Windsor, Ontario.

Franz and Hugh Leal make wonderful music on this CD. Standout cuts include "Bourbon Street Parade" which makes you feel as if you're marching down the legendary street in old N'awlins!

This CD also has some good old-fashioned classics such as "Darktown Strutter's Ball" and (I Wish That I Could Shimmy Like My) "Sister Kate" with Franz doing some great tongue-slapping clarinet work.

A wonderful bonus on this CD are tracks 11 through 16 which feature Hugh Leal interviewing Franz about his career and thoughts on music.

You don't want to leave this one out of your collection!


Personnel:
Franz Jackson (tenor sax and vocals)
Hugh Leal (guitar and banjo)
Paul Klinger (coronet and soprano sax)
Chuck Moss (trombone)
Peter Siers (drums)
Dan Pliskow (bass)
Chuck Shermetaro (piano)

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released June 1, 1999

Releaed by Parkwood Records 1999
Produced by Hugh Leal
Executive Producer Kathy Leal

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Franz Jackson Chicago, Illinois

Born in 1912, the late Franz Jackson was a world renown traditional jazz musician who started his career at the age of 16 and continued playing up to the final months of his life when he left us on May 8, 2008 at the age of 95.

Jackson played with most of the greatest musicians of the 20th century including Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway, Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday and many others.
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