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Yank Lawson's Jazz Band: Saddle River Shout
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performed by Yank Lawson, 1911-, George Masso, 1926-, Johnny Mince, 1912-1997, Lou Stein, 1922-, Bucky Pizzarelli, 1926-, Bob Haggart, 1914-1998 and Nick Fatool, 1915-2000, Yank Lawson's Jazz Band (Audiophile, 2007), 43 mins
performed by Yank Lawson, 1911-, George Masso, 1926-, Johnny Mince, 1912-1997, Lou Stein, 1922-, Bucky Pizzarelli, 1926-, Bob Haggart, 1914-1998 and Nick Fatool, 1915-2000, Yank Lawson's Jazz Band (Audiophile, 2007), 43 mins
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Sammy Duncan & his Big Horn All Stars: Midnight Session Underground
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performed by Sammy Duncan, Skip Derringer, Herman Foretich, Don Reitan, Jerry Russo and Spider Ridgeway, Big Horn All Stars (Jazzology, 2005), 1 hour 5 mins
performed by Sammy Duncan, Skip Derringer, Herman Foretich, Don Reitan, Jerry Russo and Spider Ridgeway, Big Horn All Stars (Jazzology, 2005), 1 hour 5 mins
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Bob Schulz and His Chicago Rhythm Kings: Oh! Play That Thing!
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performed by Bob Schulz, Mark Shane, Marty Grosz, 1930-, Mike Karoub, Hal Smith, 1953-, Tom Fischer and Bob Havens, 1930-, Chicago Rhythm Kings (Jazzology, 2002), 1 hour 15 mins, 14 page(s)
Bob Schulz is a solid if underrated classic jazz cornetist with an appealing sound and a melodic swinging style. On this well-conceived date, he heads a top-notch septet (called the Chicago Rhythm Kings) comprised of trombonist Bob Havens, clarinetist Tom Fischer, pianist Mark Shane, guitarist Marty Grosz, bassist...
performed by Bob Schulz, Mark Shane, Marty Grosz, 1930-, Mike Karoub, Hal Smith, 1953-, Tom Fischer and Bob Havens, 1930-, Chicago Rhythm Kings (Jazzology, 2002), 1 hour 15 mins, 14 page(s)
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Sammy Duncan and His Hot Jazz All Stars
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performed by Sammy Duncan, Charlie Bornemann, Herman Foretich, Don Reitan, Chuck Lawson and Spider Ridgeway (Jazzology, 2002), 1 hour 6 mins
performed by Sammy Duncan, Charlie Bornemann, Herman Foretich, Don Reitan, Chuck Lawson and Spider Ridgeway (Jazzology, 2002), 1 hour 6 mins
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Parenti-Davison All Stars, Vol. 1
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performed by Tony Parenti, 'Wild' Bill Davison, 1906-1989, Lou McGarity, Ernie Carson, Jerry Rousseau and Bob Dean, Parenti-Davison All-Stars (Jazzology, 1994), 53 mins, 8 page(s)
The first of two CDs, this music was released for the first time in 1991. An all-star front line (clarinetist Tony Parenti, cornetist Wild Bill Davison and trombonist Lou McGarity) is backed by Ernie Carson (normally a trumpeter) on surprisingly effective piano, bassist Jerry Rousseau and drummer Bob Dean. Althoug...
performed by Tony Parenti, 'Wild' Bill Davison, 1906-1989, Lou McGarity, Ernie Carson, Jerry Rousseau and Bob Dean, Parenti-Davison All-Stars (Jazzology, 1994), 53 mins, 8 page(s)
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The Ed Polcer All-Stars: Some Sunny Day
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performed by Ed Polcer, Allan Vaché, 1953-, Bob Havens, 1930-, Johnny Varro, 1930-, Marty Grosz, 1930-, Jack Lesberg, 1920-2005 and Hal Smith, 1953-, Ed Polcer And His All Stars (Jazzology, 1992), 1 hour
performed by Ed Polcer, Allan Vaché, 1953-, Bob Havens, 1930-, Johnny Varro, 1930-, Marty Grosz, 1930-, Jack Lesberg, 1920-2005 and Hal Smith, 1953-, Ed Polcer And His All Stars (Jazzology, 1992), 1 hour
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Parenti - Davison All Stars, Vol. 2
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performed by Tony Parenti, 'Wild' Bill Davison, 1906-1989, Lou McGarity, Ernie Carson, Jerry Rousseau, Bob Dean and Eustis Tompkins, Parenti-Davison All-Stars (Jazzology, 1991), 53 mins, 8 page(s)
The second half of this two-CD release has music from the same Atlanta concert as the first. Clarinetist Tony Parenti is the nominal leader of a group that also includes the fiery cornetist Wild Bill Davison, trombonist Lou McGarity, pianist Ernie Carson, bassist Jerry Rousseau and drummer Bob Dean. What is differ...
performed by Tony Parenti, 'Wild' Bill Davison, 1906-1989, Lou McGarity, Ernie Carson, Jerry Rousseau, Bob Dean and Eustis Tompkins, Parenti-Davison All-Stars (Jazzology, 1991), 53 mins, 8 page(s)
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