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Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - Dukes Of Dixieland With Moses Hogans New Orleans Gospel Choir - Gloryland (CD)

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  1. The original Dukes Of Dixieland formed in by the Assunto Brothers, Frank & Fred. This band played until the death of Frank Assunto in early June 15, , the Estate of Frank Assunto brought legal action preventing the unauthorized use of the Assunto Brothers' musical legacy and accomplishments by various individuals and/or entities.
  2. Gloryland, an album by New Orleans' Own DUKES of Dixieland with Moses Hogan's New Orleans Gospel Choir on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and .
  3. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. by Fisk University into a wagon, train or ship to hide and ride away. African-Americans working in the cotton fields would sing this gospel song about a slave escaping by this means, the word "chariot" being used as a euphemism for the means of transport. Ella Sheppard, was later re-united with her mother Sara.
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  5. Experience authentic New Orleans style with this uplifting music from the Dukes of Dixieland recording! Perform live with piano or with the Dixieland band accompaniment and Moses Hogan's gospel writing view details.
  6. 50 Classics: The Best Of Dixieland Jazz Various Artists Dixieland · Preview SONG TIME When The Saints Go Marching In Swing Low Sweet Chariot. The Kings of Dixieland. 6. New Washington and Lee Swing. The Kings of Dixieland.
  7. In , the Dukes, under John Shoup's direction, recorded the first direct-to-disk album, and then, in , were the first jazz band to record on CD. In , they recorded a television special at the old Civic Theater in New Orleans, with the New Orleans Pops Orchestra and later performed in a TV special with Woody Herman, "Wood Choppers Ball.".
  8. Swing low, sweet chariot. Other Title(s) Camp song (Title descriptor) Vocal group. Fisk University Jubilee Quartet. Bass vocal. Noah Walker Ryder, Alfred Garfield King. Tenor vocal. John Wesley Work II, J. A. Myers. Genre(s) Religious. Category. Vocal. Description.
  9. Celebrating 50 years of the Dukes of Dixieland, - With Moses Hogan's New Orleans Gospel Choir Tracks: Over in the Gloryland Amazing Grace Bye & Bye This Little Light of Mine Jesus on the Mainline Sermonette Just a Little While Dry Bones Hymn Swing Low Sweet Chariot Nobody Knows the Trouble. Raise the Spirit Saints.