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Jazz Parades: Film Facts

1990, 3/4 inch videotape: U-matic
58 minutes, Color
Description: Alan Lomax's overview of the Jazz scene in New Orleans with interviews and performances by Majestic Band, the Preservation Hall Band (Willie Humphrey, James "Sing" Miller, Emanuel Sayles, Alonzo Stewart, Kid Thomas Valentine and Chester Zardis) and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band (Greg Davis, Charles Joseph, Kirk Joseph, Roger Lewis, Jenell Marshall and Ephrem Townes) at the Glass House and participating in a funeral parade.
Featuring: Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Willie Humphrey, James "Sing" Miller, Emanuel "Manny" Sayles, Alonzo Stewart, Kid Thomas Valentine, Chester Zardis, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Gregory Davis, Kirk Joseph, Charles Joseph, Roger Lewis, Jenell Marshall, Efrem Towns, Zulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club
Copyright: 1990, Association for Cultural Equity
Filmmaker(s): Alan Lomax
Produced by: Alan Lomax
Cinematography: Jim Brown
Editing: Alison Ellwood assisted by Mark Tobin
Sound: Kenny Delbert, Gary Olsen
Acknowledgements: American Patchwork Series developed by the Association for Cultural Equity at Columbia University and Hunter College. Associate Producer, Jaime Barrios. Additional Camera by Toby Armstrong, Bruce Conque, and Larry Davis. Consultants: Bill Russell, Allan Jaffe, Michael P. Smith, Andrew Kaslow, Al Rose, Kurt Jerde, Forrestine Paulay

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