Del McCoury Band- Preservation Hall Jazz Band Review


In 2010, Preservation was released. A collection of songs to benefit New Orleans’ Preservation Hall made with a wide-range of artists, the compilation was an almost-universally undisputed success.

Amongst the treasures revealed by that set was a single track featuring Del McCoury; “After You’ve Gone” was a swinging performance that allowed McCoury to explore his voice in a manner not previously imagined. The fact that it worked so effectively led to the conceptualization of American Legacies.

My review of this outstanding album has been posted at http://www.countrystandardtime.com/d/cdreview.asp?xid=4671.

I wouldn’t want all my Del music to sound like this, but I sure enjoyed this album.

Thanks for visiting Fervor Coulee. Donald

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