"The Manhattan Minstrel" Eddy Davis playing and singing a standard in the Early New Orleans Jazz library written by the great NOLA drummer Paul Barbarin. He's on all those wonderful recordings by Louis Armstrong's Big Band. Davis is playing his Custom OME 12' head - 17 fret neck Tenor Banjo.
Hey my old friend, I know you got this one. We should meet someday in New Orleans. It's a young man's (and Women's) town now. Never thought I'd be -- "over the hill." Well, I had a good run. Hey, Hey. It's Eddy Ray.
Sounds great Eddy. I always thought Second Line was the same as Joe Averys Blues, but apparently not. Love it.
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