“Runnin’ Wild” for Emile!

Emile Van Pelt

Jazz&Jazz YouTubes Part 18

A Birthday Special for Emile Van Pelt Back in May 2014


“Runnin’ Wild”, a popular song written by A.H. Gibbs, Joe Grey and Leo Wood, and first recorded in 1922, performed here by The New Orleans Zulus at The Peartree Jazz Club, Welwyn Garden City, on 14th April, 2014. I just happened to be there to film it on Emile’s birthday.

Emile Van Pelt (piano), John Defferary (Clarinet), Brian Turnock (Leader, Bass), Dan Vercruysse (Trumpet), Emile Martyn (Drums), Philippe de Smet (Trombone).

Peter M Butler
Editor & Proprietor Jazz&Jazz

(Photos & YouTubes © Peter M Butler, Jazz&Jazz)

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Previously in the Jazz&Jazz YouTube Series!

Part 1: “Davenport Blues” with Alan Gresty and Tony Pitt.
Part 2: Denise Gordon and Roy Williams “Sugar”!
Part 3: Barry Palser Presents “That Dada Strain”
Part 4: Tuba Skinny “New Orleans Bump”
Part 5: Taimane Gardner Captivates Fest Jazz Fans
Part 6: The Adrian Cox Quartet at the Café in the Crypt
Part 7: 
Ben Holder Playing Django Reinhardt
Part 8: Old Hat Jazz Band “Lady Be Good”
Part 9: Featuring Bob Dwyer’s Bix&Pieces “Ole Miss Rag”
Part 10: The Hemsby Festival All Stars
Part 11: “Can’t Buy Me Love” Ben Holder: A Touch of Beetle Mania
Part 12: Featuring Julian Marc Stringle: “Just Friends”
Part 13: Mike Owen’s Scarlett’s Serenaders “Far Away Blues”
Part 14: Tuba Skinny at Fest Jazz “Cold Morning Shout”
Part 15: Joan Chamorro with Eva Fernández
Part 16: 
Andrea Motis stole the show with the “Motis/Chamorro Quintet”
Part 17: Worthy Praise for Joan Chamorro & The Saint Andreu Jazz Band

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