RENE NETTO <br> On Bourbon Street <br> 1970s (LSI Records - Out of Print)

Details: LSI Records (no catalog number), Stereo, release date unknown (probably 1970s)

Condition: Jacket VG+, Vinyl VG++ (very clean!)

Rene Netto is one of New Orleans finest traditional jazz clarinetists, and one of the city's best kept secrets. Of late, Mr. Netto has received recognition for leading the band that backs Harry Connick, Sr., the former New Orleans District attorney and father of Harry Connick, Jr.

This unusual self produced LP features Rene Netto on clarinet, sax, and flute, accompanied only by Ray Shall on organ and Walter Trocquet on drums.

Long out of print, exceedingly difficult to find, and highly desirable to collectors of New Orleans jazz.

The tracks are:
1. Way Down Yonder in New Orleans
2. Birth of the Blues
3. Sweet Georgia Brown
4. Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans
5. On the Sunny Side of the Street
6. Take the A Train
7. Bourbon Street Parade
8. Tin Roof Blues
9. Muskrat Ramble
10. Blues in the Night
11. Swingin' Shepherd Blues

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