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Jara "Thomas" Kos: vocals, piano, Tomas Jirak: alt saxophone, clarinet, Jan Burle: alt, tenor & bass saxophones, Zbyněk Malý: violin, Andrej Ernyei: banjo
Louis Armstrong: vocal, trumpet, Trummy Young: trombone, vocal, Edmond Hall: clarinet, Billy Kyle: piano, Arvell Shaw: bass, Barrett Deems: drums, Velma Middleton: vocal
There really was a Tin Pan Alley, a stretch of 28th Street in Manhattan between Fifth Avenue and Broadway that became known as the Street of Songs. As a clearing house for the creation and dissemination of popular music, though, Tin Pan Alley extended through the saloons of the Bowery and the theaters of Broadway and ultimately beyond the boundaries of New York City. Tin Pan Alley was as much machinery as geography, an incipient pop music industry that anticipated the phonograph record and the radio while providing a soundtrack of the fin de siecle American synthesis.
Ralph Alessi - trumpet, Don Byron - clarinet, Uri Caine - piano, Diminic Cortese - accordion, Eddy Davis - banjo, Bob DeBellis - flute, Dave Douglas - trumpet, Mark Feldman - violin, James Genus - bass, Ben Perowsky - drums, Josh Roseman - trombone, Bob Stewart - tuba, vocals: Nancy Anderson, Sadiq Bey, Fay Galperin, Saul Galperin, Brian D´Arcy Jones, Nancy Opel