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I Ate Up The Apple Tree - Kermit Ruffins - Livin A Tremé Life (CD)

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  1. Kermit Ruffins - Livin' a Tremé Life was released on the Basin Street Records label and marks his 7th release with Basin Street Records and 11th overall. Livin' a Tremé Life was named after the neighborhood and lifestyle where Kermit resides today, and which has been the epicenter for music with greats like Louis Prima and Louis Armstrong having called this area home.
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  3. Album: Livin' a Tremé Life Pladeselskab: Basin Street Records År: Medvirkende. Sang: Kermit Ruffins Tonia Powell Klaver: David Torkanowsky El bas: George Porter Jr. Trompet: Kermit Ruffins Trombone / Basun: Corey Henry Trommer: Herlin Riley. Produktion. Producer: Tracey Freeman. Ophav. Komponist: Kermit Ruffins Tekst/forfatter: Kermit.
  4. Song: I Ate Up the Apple Tree; Add to Playlist; The Pin Stripe Brass Band formed in the late '70s, about the same time as the Dirty Dozen Brass Band. Some members were part of the Olympia Brass Band, some from the Chosen Few Brass Band, others from trumpeter Doc Paulin's Brass Band.
  5. Apr 28,  · Not surprising coming from the warm and charismatic Ruffins, Livin’ a Tremé Life is about and “I Ate Up the Apple Tree,” the latter a Ruffins says. Kermit Ruffins performs this week.
  6. Apr 28,  · Check out Livin' A Tremé Life by Kermit Ruffins on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on wordheasydkumadetexanchonddisderes.coinfo And that's a good thing. Here's what I like best: I Ate Up the Apple Tree, the humorous Hey Naa, the ironic I Got Mine, the rollicking Hello Good Evening, and the very well-played cover of Horace Silver's Song For My /5(11).
  7. Treme Mardi Gras () Kermit Ruffins is one of the prime reasons why New Orleans is mending post-Katrina, bringing his good-time music to the people as an entertainer. As a trumpet player and singer of heritage jazz, soul, and popular music, he's uplifting the spirit of Crescent City dwellers who are slowly but surely rebuilding their.
  8. Livin' a Treme Life: Kermit Ruffins: Production Coordination: Music Update: Jason Marsalis CD Art Adaptation, Label Manager: Livin' Large: Joe Krown I Ate Up the Apple Tree: Dave "Fat Man" Williams: Graphic Design: I Give Up, I'm In Love: Marlene VerPlanck.

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