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New Orleans Brass Bands: Through the Streets of the City

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Paul Barbarin’s Second Line
Artist: Liberty Brass Band
4:14
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The Sheik of Araby
Artist: The Treme Brass Band
3:41
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Panama
Artist: Liberty Brass Band
5:25
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Liberty Funeral March
Artist: Liberty Brass Band
4:52
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Steamin’ Blues
Artist: Hot 8 Brass Band
3:36
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We Shall Walk Through the Streets of the City
Artist: The Treme Brass Band
4:12
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Keepin’ It Funky
Artist: Hot 8 Brass Band
6:43
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Old Rugged Cross
Artist: Liberty Brass Band
5:41
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Grazing in the Grass
Artist: The Treme Brass Band
4:45
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New Orleans (After the City)
Artist: Hot 8 Brass Band
6:48
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Give Me My Money Back
Artist: The Treme Brass Band
4:09
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Lily of the Valley
Artist: Liberty Brass Band
3:23
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Shake It and Break It
Artist: Hot 8 Brass Band
4:32
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Amazing Grace
Artist: The Treme Brass Band
3:42
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Whoopin’ Blues
Artist: Liberty Brass Band
4:02
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