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Stardust - Pete Fountain - Plenty Of Pete (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Plenty Of Pete on Discogs. Label: Coral - CRL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Dixieland/5(4).
  3. Pete Fountain Rare Authentic Hand Signed Vinyl Lp Record Plenty Of Pete Clarinet Favourite Auctions LP, Album,, US: Pete Fountain: Pete Fountain And The Good Book (Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet) 97 Coral: LP,,, Europe: Pete Fountain: Pete Fountain .
  4. Pete went really into dixieland years after this, but his superior tone and unmatched technique for 'popular' songs of the era (mid-sixties) make that music special and long-lasting. At 5/5(1).
  5. Although this CD draws its 22 selections from clarinetist Pete Fountain's best period (his years on the Coral label), the selections picked are sometimes a bit eccentric. Fountain is heard playing Dixieland with some of his bands, but is also joined by -- choral groups and occasional strings; no Price: $
  6. Plenty Of Pete Jazz New - LP CRL Coral Sealed Mono Original. “Coral Certainly Offered Dixieland Fans Plenty Of Pete Fountain In The Early '60s For He Recorded At Least 16 Albums For The Label During
  7. I love Pete Fountain's recordings, some more than others. His artistry comes forth in all of his records. When I listened to this album today, it made me think of going to my cousins' weddings when I was a kid. These songs were staple of wedding bands at the time/5(2).
  8. The vastly popular clarinetist and New Orleans stalwart Pete Fountain recorded this album just after the end of his hugely popular two-year stint on Lawrence Welk's Sunday-evening television show. He quit to return to more jazz-based playing/5(25).

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