Midnight in Moscow, The Roaring Twenties Album Cover Art. Eddie Condon.
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A lighthearted session with not much to challenge listeners but plenty to entertain them, The Roaring Twenties features a couple of longtime veterans of Dixieland-inspired jazz enjoying themselves playing the songs they'd known for decades.
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One luxury afforded Eddie Condon on the LP era was the concept album, which he explored on the two releases featured on this collection. Midnight in Moscow has the more unconvincing gimmick of the two (songs pertaining to specific countries), but is really quite good, due in large part to the double threat of Peanuts Hucko and Bobby Hackett, who work together like a couple of linebackers. The second session, The Roaring Twenties, comes off as more of a growl than a roar. Every song seems slightly lethargic, as if it was recorded on a Sunday morning, and tunes selections like Minor Drag and My Monday Date seem aptly titled. Given the consistency of the players involved, it’s hard to fault the musicians; it must just have been an off day.
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Get the Tempo of the tracks from Midnight In Moscow, The Roaring Twenties (2002) by Eddie Condon. This album has an average beat per minute of 124 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 76/197 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Midnight in Moscow, The Roaring Twenties.
Credits:Billy Butterfield - Cornet
Eddie Condon - Banjo, Guitar, Primary Artist
Cutty Cutshall - Trombone
Wild Bill Davison - Cornet
Vic Dickenson - Trombone
Leonard Gaskin - Bass
Gene Schroeder - Piano
George Wettling - Drums
Bob Wilber - Clarinet