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Night Train - The Desoto High School Band - Swings Down The Street (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The DeSoto High School Band under the direction of Delton Brown has been named one of the five divisional winners for the prestigious Dr. William P. Foster Music Education Alliance Award of Excellence. The award recognizes quality programs serving historically disadvantaged student populations.
  2. A fine all-round tenor player, Jimmy Forrest is best-known for recording "Night Train," a song that he "borrowed" from the last part of Duke Ellington's "Happy Go Lucky Local." While in high school in Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.
  3. Night Train. likes. We are Night Train, a band comprised of gig-seasoned musicians who play classic rock and blues.
  4. After recording their debut album, "Don't Look Down", at Night Train, The Zac Mac Band came back to record their follow-up LP, "Hope & Consequence". FooManChoo says "Good looks, great sound - keep it up guys, Foo thinks there's a nice future in the record business for ya!".
  5. This collection features audio collections reflecting music, art and culture. Collections include the unique contemporary compositions and performances found in the Other Minds collection, the hundreds of popular songs from the early 20th Century found in the 78 RPM collection and oral history.
  6. Jonathan Toubin (born July 29, ) is an American DJ, record producer, musician, writer, and urotlitatiternworlnisttinhumugest.xyzinfo is the founder and proprietor of the New York Night Train event production company. Heralded "The most-liked man in the soul music scene" by Rolling Stone and "New York's best DJ" and "the only DJ we actually like" by VICE, Toubin is best known for his energetic dance party sets.
  7. The first Jazz album that I ever bought that got me into jazz was the Sonny Rollins album A Night at the Village Vangaurd bout 8 years ago and.
  8. American boogie-soul funk group, formed in a Brooklyn, New York City high school in the early s by James 'D Train' Williams (lead vocals) and Hubert Eaves III (keyboards, bass, drums and arrangements). They garnered much success on the early s disco scene.

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