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Ernie Carson And His Original Cottonmouth Jazz Band Vinyl Record Albums

Ernie Carson (December 4, 1937 – January 9, 2012) was an American Dixieland jazz revival cornetist, pianist, and singer. He was born in Portland, Oregon. Carson played trumpet from elementary school, and played with the Castle Jazz Band in the mid-1950s prior to a stint in the U.S. Marines. Following this he worked in Los Angeles with Dave Wierbach, Jig Adams, Ray Bauduc, Pat Yankee, and Turk Murphy, and led several of his own groups from the 1970s, including the Capital City Jazz Band and a new version of the Castle Jazz Band. After more than twenty years of playing based in Atlanta, he moved back to Oregon in 1995. He died in 2012 in Portland, Oregon.

 

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LP
At The Hooker's Ball
Ernie Carson And His Original Cottonmouth Jazz Band
At The Hooker's Ball
1980
GHB-125
GHB Records Label; Album cover and record appear new; Track Listing: The Smiler; Poor Little Bird; Give Me The Sultan's Harem; Jazzin' Babies Blues; A Canvas Dress; Livin' High; At The Hooker's Ball; A Summer; Melontime In Dixieland; My Cherokee Maiden; Minstrels Of Annie Street; Hey Engineer
NM-/NM-
$49.99
LP
At The Hooker's Ball
Ernie Carson And His Original Cottonmouth Jazz Band
At The Hooker's Ball
1980
GHB-125
GHB Records Label; Album cover has minor wear; Record has minor scuffs; Track Listing: The Smiler; Poor Little Bird; Give Me The Sultan's Harem; Jazzin' Babies Blues; A Canvas Dress; Livin' High; At The Hooker's Ball; A Summer; Melontime In Dixieland; My Cherokee Maiden; Minstrels Of Annie Street; Hey Engineer
VG+/VG+
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