Mama Don't Allow by Thacher Hurd
April is Jazz Appreciation Month. Mama Don’t Allow features jazzy alligators who inspire New Orleans style food. Put on a song like Sugar Plum by New Orleans’ own Preservation Hall Jazz Band to really get into the mood, and party with the Swamp Band with Jazz Chicken Sausage Gumbo. Gumbo is a flavorful, thick stew from Louisiana with rice, meat, and vegetables.
When Miles gets a saxophone for his birthday and starts playing jazz around town with his friends, they find their most appreciative audience in the thick of the swamp. The sharp-toothed, long-tailed, yellow-eyed alligators love their Swamp Band music and invite Miles and his band to play at the Alligator Ball.
If you liked Sugar Plum, check out the whole album by Preservation Hall Jazz Band, That’s It!
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