If allowed, I would take a compilation of all my favorites. It would not be one style, but a wide variety, and fill it to capacity. Yup, that's my story, and I'm sticking to it.
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Rebirth Brass Band -25th Anniversary Album
but this is a very mean fairy!
Jupiter 416 Pocket Trumpet
2013 Corneta Traspositor C/Db
'32 Conn 40B Vocabell
'32 Selmer Louis Armstrong Special
'50 Blessing Super Artist
2009 Phaeton Flugelhorn
Gillespiana (10-song version)
you're not going to have electricity for your record player, so it doesn't matter what album you pick.
Whenever a thread like this gets started on no matter what forum, it still baffles me why there are those who find it so difficult to provide just one answer, as an OP requests.
Be that as it may, harrumph, my candidate is "The Bix Beiderbecke Story: Volume 2 - Bix And Tram", Columbia Records.
@Cornyandy. Shame. Ooohhhh shame.
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You can't blow it if you haven't lived it.
"Even if I could play like Wynton Marsalis, I wouldn't play like Wynton Marsalis."
Martin Committee (1956)
Connstellation 38B (1959)
LA Benge 3X (1970s)
Hans Hoyer G-10 Geyer Horn
By the way... in this fantasy Mr. Churchman, is the good fairy Trompetta cute? I mean if she came down to check up on me... You know... takes pity on me for only experiencing gratitude with a cardboard pic of the Whipped Cream Girl... do you think she might... you know... share a little fairy dust with me?
Absolutely this one . . .
When I was a kid it would have been this one . . .
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