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9 thoughts on “ Moscovitz Ramble (Muskrat Ramble)

  1. The song Muskrat Ramble was written by Kid Ory and was first recorded and released by Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five in It was covered by Henghel Gualdi e la sua Orchestra, Carling Family, Canal Street Jazz Band, Benkó Dixieland Band and other artists.
  2. "Muskrat Ramble" is a jazz composition written by Kid Ory in It was first recorded on February 26, , by Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five, and became the group's most frequently recorded piece. It was paired on the flip side with another one of Armstrong's hits, "Heebie Jeebies."Genre: Jazz.
  3. Muskrat Ramble Lyrics: I look at them shuffle and the shuffle come down / Ramblin’ and scramblin' and a-headin' for town / Hoppin' and boppin' and a-buzzin' around / Happily awaitin' at the.
  4. Muskrat Ramble by Kid Ory's Dixieland Band was written by Kid Ory and was first recorded and released by Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five in Kid Ory's Dixieland Band released it on the single Muskrat Ramble in It was covered by Harry Connick Jr, Onésime Grosbois et son piano d'occasion, Tony Romano [IT], Living Brass - Arranged and cond. by Ray Martin and other artists.
  5. Muskrat Ramble rewoodfstincafille.foefredilicdenidotsoiwaranbioti.co Trumpet player Michel Muller sings Kid Ory's Muskrat Ramble in Dutch! Slidin' Selena, who sometimes gets.
  6. Aug 26,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - THE DUTCH SWING COLLEGE BAND - Muskrat Ramble YouTube Dutch Swing College Band & Teddy Wilson - Vienna (Full Concert) - Duration: All That Jazz Don Kaart.
  7. Provided to YouTube by Zebralution GmbH Muskrat Ramble (Remastered) · Rusty Draper Golden Selection ℗ Master Tape Records Released on: Compos.
  8. Country Joe and the Fish was an American psychedelic rock band formed in Berkeley, California, in Through friends in the music publishing business Bigard identified the current publisher of "Muskrat Ramble", and he took Ory to their offices.
  9. The song Muskrat Ramble was written by Kid Ory and was first recorded and released by Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five in It was covered by Harry Connick Jr, Onésime Grosbois et son piano d'occasion, Tony Romano [IT], Living Brass - Arranged and cond. by Ray Martin and other artists.

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