Northern Society For Jazz Study Vol.3 No.17 0014
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â Average. Better than
B9402 - BECHET & FEETWARMERS
A "Save It Pretty Mama"/"Swing Parade"B (A - just quartet of HINES, (B - NP.Street STEWART (tpt.) etc. (Parade)4 part mel.
H.M.V. B9399 - SHAW & QRCH. "Rosalie"/"Kon.Yankee" 1940
swing line-up. â
Hâ¢H.V. B9405 - BARNET & ORCH. "Lumby"/"Mother Fuzzy".â
(Leader1s sop.) . , Average Swing,
E.M.V. B9411 - TOMMY LADNIER ORK. "Weary Blues "/"When You
oc I Were Youngâ Line-up as "Really Blues".Plus Jazz
LADNIER & BECHET outstanding.
H.M.V. B9410 - BARNET & ORCH "Cherckeeâ/"Duke* s Idea". Better Swing
_ than expected.
Parlo. R2959 - FABER SMITH (Blues â singer) acc .by .JIMMY YANCEY
(piano) "East St.Louis Blues"/"l Received A Letter".
â Down to earth blues .-Piano outstanding. â ..............
Parlo. R2961 - G00HIAN SEXTET (Mixed line-up 1940) "As long As
I Liven/"l*ve Found":CHRISTIAN (gtr.)---------------Fair.
Parlo. R2960 - PARNELL-LEW1S JAZZMEN'"Ugly Child" (v)/"lndiana".
Dixieland style, below their average. ------------------
Parlo. R2964 - BASIE & RHY. SCT. "Bugle Blues "/"Sugar Blues"
_ Only fair jazz despite possibilities. -----------------
Parlo. R2962 - JAMES h ORCH. "Memphis Blues "/"Sleepy Time Gal"
Crimes in the name of jazz - least said, better.--------
Bruns. 03293 - ANDY KIRK & ORCH. "Big Time Crip"/"47th St. Jive"
â (Vocal latter). Good big band stuff (M.L.Williams Â¡r-
Bruns. 03292 - PETE JOHNSON (piano) rhy.aco. "Death Ray Boogie"/
"Basement Boogie": Latter original and outstanding
jazz, former appears a little overdone.â ---------------
Bruns. 03556 - HARLEM HAMFATS - "Barefoot Blues "/"Mellow Little
Devil" (v) HAMFAT MORAND (tpt. & Vol.) GOOD JAZZ.â -
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Jewett: 'ARTIE WHETSEL by E. F. Lowe: Corrections to Discography:
Latest concerts reviewed and poems etc. 30 pages.
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