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Live at The Gaslight 1962 is a live album including ten songs from early Bob Dylan performances on October 15th, 1962 at The Gaslight Cafe in New York City's Greenwich Village. Released in 2005 by Columbia Records, it was originally distributed through an exclusive 18-month deal with Starbucks, after which it was released to the general retail market. Live at The Gaslight 1962 was recorded early in Dylan's career, when he was still virtually unknown outside Greenwich Village.

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Ladies from the St. Louis Visitors Center tour Gaslight Square in November 1966 as guests of local business owners who offered reassurances that Gaslight can be recommended as a tourist destination. Some of the visitor center volunteers had become worried about Gaslight's declining reputation. Thomas Moran assured them the area was well-patrolled and safe. St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Gaslight Square, 1961.

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Gaslight Square, 1963. Courtesy of the Western Historical Manuscript Collection, University of Missouri–St. The story and myth of Gaslight Square is kept alive with periodic television specials or features, radio interviews, books, articles, Gaslight entertainment revivals, plays, and events such as the one being offered this Thursday from 7 to 9 . at the Gaslight Theater. drum lessons at the Musical Arts Building and later played Russ Lewis’ Butterscotch Lounge; the late Frank Moskus’ son, Joe Moskus, who’ll display his oil paintings of the Square; Frank’s widow, Jan Mahannah, who performed there and married Frank when he had the Gaslight Bar; Jon Dressel, the poet, writer, playwright and owner emeritus of Dressel’s Pub on N. Euclid.

This release contains, FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER ON CD, Shirley Horn's ultra rare 1961 live performance at the Gaslight Square, in Saint Louis (wrongly presented on a long out of print LP as having been taped at the Village Vanguard). In addition to her vocals, she is also featured here on piano backed only by bass and drums. Bonus Album: Loads of Love Shirley Horn with the Jimmy Jones Orchestra. New York, September 13 & 15, 1962. Bonus Tracks: Shirley Horn (vocals & piano), Stuff Smith (violin), Lewis Packer (b), Harry Saunders (d). Washington, .

Remembering a forgotten treasure in the entertainment history of St. Louis.

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A1 When The Saints Go Marching In
Performer – Singleton Palmer & His Dixieland Band*
2:35
A2 On The Sunny Side Of The Street
Performer – Singleton Palmer & His Dixieland Band*
2:41
A3 Blues In The Night
Performer – Sammy Gardner And His Mound City Six
2:50
A4 Whiffenpoof Song
Performer – Sammy Gardner And His Mound City Six
4:51
A5 Oh Marie
Performer – Muggsy Sprecher & The Gaslighters*
2:58
A6 Floating Down That River
Performer – Muggsy Sprecher & The Gaslighters*
3:06
A7 Tonight
Performer – Quartette Trés Bien
2:15
B1 If Ever I Would Leave You
Performer – Marty Bronson
2:35
B2 La Vergen De La Marcarena
Performer – Pete Flanders
2:00
B3 Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home
Performer – Ceil Clayton
2:42
B4 Caravan
Performer – Quartette Trés Bien
2:47
B5 Heart Of My Heart, Saloon, Frivolous Sal, That Old Gang Of Mine
Performer – Davey Bold
2:43
B6 Butterscotch Twist
Performer – Jules Blattner
2:18
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