Let’s Dance PapaJazz

Cover Let’s Dance

Album info



Label: Hunnia Records

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Mainstream Jazz

Artist: PapaJazz

Album including Album cover Booklet (PDF)


Formats & Prices

FormatPriceIn CartBuy
FLAC 96 $ 13.20
  • 1Flying Home03:11
  • 2When the Midnight Choo Choo Leaves for Alabam03:14
  • 3Darktown Strutters Ball02:50
  • 4Blue Skies04:08
  • 5I Would Do Anything for You03:10
  • 6Poor Butterfly03:29
  • 7Lulu's Back in Town04:24
  • 8Some of These Days03:13
  • 9Sugar03:43
  • 10Perdido03:12
  • 11Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me03:15
  • Total Runtime37:49

Info for Let’s Dance

...the most popular songs from the '20s,'30s and '40s.

By now we’re having less arrangements, less preparation so that we can be more spontaneous, our focus is more on improvisation. The songs on this current album is mainly music from the 20s and 30s of America.

This album is a time travel with dancing - a real ‘old school’ jazz with the most popular songs from the ‘20s, '30s and '40s.

“The Papajazz regularly plays for Lindy Hoppers for many years. On this album we present a bunch of the most popular songs among dancers. Enjoy and let’s dance!” (Dennert Árpád)

Attila Korb, cornet, trombone, bass sax, piano, vocal
Árpád Dennert, clarinet, tenor sax
Attila Sidoo, guitar
Péter Kovács, tuba
Balázs Cseh, drums

was formed in 2005 by professional musicians. Each member of the band - originally a quartet - has been a big fan of the so called „old school jazz, despite that not all of them had in depth experience in this style. Papajazz is committed to bringing the music of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s to life. Their latest record, My Blue Heaven features Scott Robinson, who also appeared on stage with the band in the Fall of 2016. The album and the concert brought fame for Papajazz who please the crowd with their light-hearted and highly entertaining music. Their repertoire feature well-known American and Hungarian jazz standards as well as hidden gems from the era. For their concert in the Zoo, Papajazz is joined by two popular Hungarian singers, Andrea Malek and Péter Szolnoki.

Their first record “Papajazz” was released in 2006. In 2009 following a member change, the band became truly committed to the music of the ’20es, ’30es and ’40es, later on in the beginning of 2013 a new, fifth musician joined the group.

The band has three albums: 2006 Papajazz, 2015 My Blue Heaven (with special guest Scott Robinson), 2016 Let's Dance.

Whether in a pub or in a huge concert hall they play delectable, entertaining music to their audience, their repertoire includes many well and lesser known old school hits. They fain to satisfy special requests, such as providing the background music at swing dance festivals or at other events like private parties.

Booklet for Let’s Dance

© 2010-2024 HIGHRESAUDIO