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The London Jazz Club. Mack's Restaurant. 100 Oxford Street. Humphrey Lyttelton & His Band_0003.jpg

The London Jazz Club. Mack's Restaurant. 100 Oxford Street. Humphrey Lyttelton & His Band_0003.jpg

Rear cover of a programme for Saturday Night Jazz, a concert by Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band presented by the London Jazz Club at Mack's Restaurant, 100 Oxford Street, 12th August 1950. The conclusion of an opinion piece on the conflicting tastes of aficionados of traditional and modern jazz and a short list of new releases available through the London Jazz Club's record department.

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Date Made 1950
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Event Date August 12th 1950

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meet the demands of an audience so mixed in taste,.as the Jazz public.
My idea-, -is that we have a different programme for each sub—divided category of Jazz. This would moan approximate500 Jazz programmes a week, end I shall certainly plump for a California Ramblers’ half-hour.
And if 1 dont, Ralph Venables will.
fOW AVAILABLE ! ! ! !
GREAT NEW JOSB ’WHITE ISSUE.
"Mean I lis treat in* Woman /'“Baby, Baby"
Lie Iodise 8008 12"
Also available;-Bocbot/Bicbolas Blue Five.
7/2.
,!01d Stacko’ Lee Blues /"Bee el’s Fantasy'"
Ja.7.7. Pa.rade 5.1, 7/2d.
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12’
HEAR THE ORCHESTRA CF THE DUTCH SWING COLLEGE ON TEMPO.
"Absent Minded Blues'“/“Original Dixieland One-Stop". A.21.
"Sister Kate '"Four or Five Times" A.31.
Alexander’s Ragtime Band-/ Birthday Blues A.52.
"Willie The Weeper- / Come Back Sweet P’apa" A.4-2,
"Nothin’ Ain’t Right"/-High Society.- A.55-
write to the LONDON JAZZ CLUB RECORD DEPT.
82 St. John’s Wood High Street our let st mailiacatalogu .
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