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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 7987 7729
Name: 
Barbarin, Adolphe Paul
Barbarin, Paul
Dates: 
1899-1969
instruments: 
Percussion - Drum
Creation class: 
Musical sound recording
Creation role: 
performer
Related names: 
Addison, Bernard (co-performer)
Armstrong, Louis (1901-1971)
Armstrong, Louis (co-performer)
Bechet, Sidney (co-performer)
Bigard, Barney (co-performer)
Blair, Lee (co-performer)
Braud, Wellman (co-performer)
Caceres, Ernie (co-performer)
Callender, Red (co-performer)
Casey, Al (co-performer)
Cole, Cozy (co-performer)
Foster, Pops (1892-1969)
Guarnieri, Johnny (co-performer)
Hall, Al (co-performer)
Hemphill, Shelton (co-performer)
Higginbotham, J.C. (1906-1973)
Higginbotham, J.C. (co-performer)
Holmes, Charlie (co-performer)
Hucko, Peanuts (co-performer)
Jones, Claude (co-performer)
Jones, Dale (co-performer)
Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra (isMemberOf)
Madison, Bingie (co-performer)
Média 7
Morton, Jelly Roll (1890-1941)
Napoleon, Marty (co-performer)
Naxos Digital Services
New Orleans Band (Paul Barbarin) (see also from)
Nicholas, Albert (1900-1973)
Nimbus records Ltd
Oliver, King
Ory, Kid (1890-1973)
Paul Barbarin and His Band (isMemberOf)
Phillips, Russ (co-performer)
Punch Miller's Bunch
Ruffell, Donald (co-performer)
Russell, Luis
Russell, Luis (co-performer)
Santiago, Lester
Singleton, Zutty (co-performer)
Teagarden, Jack (co-performer)
Titles: 
AVALON
Barbarin's best
Bourbon Street parade
call of the freaks, The
CAN I TELL YOU
COME BACK SWEET PAPA
DIXIE
DON'T YOU THINK I LOVE YOU
FREAKISH LIGHT BLUES
Frog and his friends at Dixieland Hall 1964 live recording in old New Orleans
GEORGIA GRIND
GIVE ME YOUR TELEPHONE NUMBER
Hungarian Jazz History, Vol. 6 Dixie Favorites.
I'VE GOT THAT THING
It's tight like that
JUST A CLOSER WALK WITH THEE
Just a little while to stay here
King Oliver and his Dixie Syncopators 1926-28
Last journey of a jazzman the jazz funeral of Lester Santiago
LIMEHOUSE BLUES
Louie and the Dukes of Dixieland
Louis Cottrell and his New Orleans jazz band
Luis Russell Story (1929-1934)
MUST HAVE IT, I
MY GOOD MAN SAM
NEW CALL OF THE FREAKS
New Orleans contrasts-- Paul Barbarin and Sharkey Bonano
New Orleans jamboree
New Orleans memories
New York
Nobody knows the way I feel this morning (4min 35 s)
Nobody's sweetheart (3 min 055s)
Oil well (2 min 37 s et 3 min 07 s)
ON REVIVAL DAY
Original Jazz Recordings, Digitally Remastered (1928-1931)
PANAMA
PARADE MUSIC
Paul Barbarin and his band [sound recording].
Paul Barbarin and his New Orleans Band [SR] 1950:
Paul Barbarin & his New Orleans jazz
Ponchatrain blues (2 min 52 s)
POOR LI'L ME
Recorded in New Orleans : vol.1
RHYTHM CLUB STOMP
Ridin' with Red Allen
River City Six Jazz! New Orleans Style.
Rockin'chair
Russell, Luis Luis Russell Story (1929-1934)
Salty dog (2 min 49 s)
SARATOGA SHOUT
Savoyager's Stomp (3 min 08 s)
SCREAMIN' THE BLUES
Shake it and break it (2 min 39 s)
SHEIK OF ARABY, THE
Shreveport stomp (2 min 57 s)
Sidewalk blues (3 min 28 s)
Sing on (4 min 49 s)
Singin' the blues (2 min 58 s)
SINGING PRETTY SONGS
Someday, Sweetheart (2 min 51 s)
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue
SONG OF THE SWANEE
Sounds of New Orleans
South
St James infirmary
St Louis blues
Sugarfoot stomp (2 min 48 s)
Swedish Jazz History, Vol. 6 (1947-1951)
SWEET GEORGIA BROWN
SWEET LIKE THIS
SWING OUT
That'll never do (2 min 58 s)
That's a plenty (2 min 47 s)
That's like it ought to be (2 min 54 s et 2min 59 s)
TIGER RAG
Tight like this
TOO LATE
TROMBONEUM
TRUMPET'S PRAYER, THE
Turtle twist (3 min 08 s)
Walkin'the dog (2 min 25 s)
WANT YOU JUST MYSELF, I
WASHINGTON AND LEE SWING
Wath did I do to be so
West end blues
What do I care what somebody said (3 min 04s)
WHAT YOU WANT ME TO DO
When they get lovin' they's gone (3 min 37 s et 3 min 24 s)
WHO 'SIT
WOLVERINE BLUES
Yank Lawson’s Jazz Band
Yellow fire (3 min 04 s)
YES ! I'M IN THE BARREL
You done played out blues (3 min 21 s et 3 min 08 s)
YOU MIGHT GET BETTER, BUT YOU'LL NEVER GET WELL
You oughta see my gal (2 min 20 s)
You're drivin'me crazy !
YOU'RE JUST MY TYPE
YOU'RE NEXT
Contributed to or performed: 
Ain't Misbehavin'
Basin Street Blues
Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
Chronological Classics: Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra 1928-1929, The
Chronological Classics: Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra 1929-1930, The
Chronological Classics: Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra 1930-1931, The
Chronological Classics: Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra 1931-1932, The
Chronological Classics: Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra 1932-1933, The
Chronological Classics: Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra 1934-1936, The
Chronological Classics: Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra 1936-1937, The
Chronological Classics: Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra 1937-1938, The
Chronological Classics: Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra 1938-1939, The
Chronological Classics: Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra 1939-1940, The
Chronological Classics: Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra 1940-1942, The
Dallas Blues
Dinah
Heart Full of Rhythm, Volume 2 (1936-38)
Laughin' Louie (1932-1933)
Lazy River
Pocketful of Dreams
Rockin' Chair
Sounds of New Orleans, Volume 1
St. Louis Blues
Star Dust
Sweet Savannah Sue
When the Saints Go Marching In
When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You)
You Can Depend on Me
Notes: 
Sources: 
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