Millennium Eagle and Eagle Jazzband CD’s

We have now recorded 7 CDs for more information or to purchase please email Brian


as The Eagle Jazzband

recorded live at Burton Jazz Club [2016]  

When you and I were young Maggie  /  Whistling Rufus   /   Buona  Sera   /   The Mooche  / Maple Leaf Rag  /  Somebody Stole my Gal   /  Memories of you  /  If I had a talking picture of you  /  The Coffee Grinder   /   Ole Miss Rag  /  The Old Rugged Cross  /   ‘Taint What You Do it’s the Way That You Do It  /  So Relax  /  Ice Cream /

Harlem Bound
recorded live at Burton Jazz Club [2014]

Isle of Capri/ Stevedore Stomp / Tie Me To Your Apron Strings Again / Summertime / Buddie’s Habit / Harlem Bound / Your Driving Me Crazy / Ce M’sieur Que Parle /  Sugar / Bugle Boy March / It Happened In Monterey / Undecided / After You’ve Gone

Traveling Blues
recorded live Sutton Coldfield Jazz Club [2011]

Traveling Blues / Always / Kansas City Man Blues / Steamboat Stomp / Under The Double Eagle / Algiers Strut / Hi Lilli Hi Lo / St Phillip St Breakdown / Sidewalk Blues / Hawaiian War Chant / Goodnight Sweet Prince / Le Marchand Du Poissons / You’ve Been An Old Wagon / High Society

Black Bottom Stomp
recorded live at Nottingham Rhythm Club [2010] PKCD-348

Climax Rag / That’s A Plenty / Go To New Orleans / I Double Dare You / Memphis Blues / Hesitating Blues / Black Bottom Stomp / Wild Cat Blues / Let the Light from the Lighthouse Shine on Me /  Black Cat on the Fence / Digga Digga Do / My Mother’s Eyes / East Coast Trot /  The Moose March / Chattanooga Stomp

Canal Street Blues
recorded live at Sutton Coldfield Football Club [2008] PKCD-336

Beautiful Dreamer / Fidgety Feet / South Rampart Street / Wolverine Blues / My Little Bimbo / Porter’s Love Song / Yellow Dog Blues / Canal Street Blues / Gatemouth / Petite Fleur / Mabel’s Dream / Crazy ‘Bout My Baby / China Boy

by George Giles
The Millennium Eagle Jazz Band was reformed nine years ago and five of the present line-up have been with the band ever since. This is evident when one listens to the superb ensemble playing which has been honed to perfection during their time together. As for the solos, superb playing from the five very experienced musicians, each a master of his instrument.
The newcomer is the phenomenal young drummer Jack Cotterill who at the time of this recording was probably under sixteen years old! Having seen him at a live session, it is almost unbelievable what he does with his sticks and it comes through strongly on this C.D., especially on “China Boy”. The opening number, “Fidgety Feet” sets the standard which is unfaltering trough to the finale, “Wolverine Blues”, ten great standards played with verve and enthusiasm, guaranteed to get feet tapping and three vocals nicely interspersed make this a C.D. well worth listening to.Thoroughly recommended as a good buy, it’s available at the band’s sessions or direct from Matt Palmer by phoning him on 0115 921 2464.

Midnight Choo Choo
recorded live at Sutton Coldfield Football Club [2007] PEKD-313

Old Green River / Papa Dip / That Teasin’ Rag / Red Wing /  Savoy Blues / Wabash Blues / Magnolia’s Wedding Day / Puttin’ on the Ritz / Let the Rest of World Go By / Old Green River / Original Tuxedo Rag /  Ol’ Miss Rag / When the Midnight Choo Coo Leaves for Alabam / I Get the Blues When It Rains / Let the Rest of World Go By

At Rocester [2006]

Original Dixieland One Step / Shim-me-sha-wabble / Travelin’ Blues / Creole Love Call / Chimes Blues / You Made me Love You / Back In Your Own Back Yard / Buddy Bolden’s Blues / Swanee River / You Meet The Nicest People in Your Dreams / My Gal Sal / Give Me Your Telephone Number / Foggie Moore Rag / Someday Sweetheart / Original Dixieland One Step / One Sweet Letter From You