Members: Cutty Cutshall, Danny Perri, Eddie Safranski, Ernie Caceres, George Wettling, Hymie Schertzer, Jack Pleis, Max Kaminsky, Nick Perito, Yank Lawson. Dixieland Classics (LP, Album).
Pure Clarinet Magic - The Magic of the Clarinet in All Its Glory. The Biggest & Best Fifties Album.
The Biggest & Best Fifties Album: Best 2 songs. Frankie Brent - I Ain’t Never Gonna Do You No Good 01:50. Norman Brooks - My 3D Sweetie 01:52. Album: The Biggest & Best Fifties Album. Teresa Brewer - Not Like A Sister Snowy Winter Hits, 2017 02:32. Teresa Brewer - Music!
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The Dixieland revival in the late 1940s and 1950s brought many semi-retired musicians a measure of fame late in their lives as well as bringing retired musicians back onto the jazz circuit after years of not playing (. Kid Ory and Red Nichols). Many Dixieland groups of the revival era consciously imitated the recordings and bands of decades earlier. Chicago style" is often applied to the sound of Chicagoans such as Jimmy McPartland, Eddie Condon, Muggsy Spanier, and Bud Freeman. The rhythm sections of these bands substitute the string bass for the tuba and the guitar for the banjo.
Jimmy Lytell (December 1, 1904 - November 28, 1972) was an American jazz clarinetist Lytell (born James Sarrapede) had his first professional experience at age twelve, and by the beginning of the 1920s he was recording with early jazz ensembles. He played in the Original Indiana Five in 1921 and the Original Memphis Five in 1922-25, and also played in the Original Dixieland Jazz Band in 1922-24.
All songs from The Biggest & Best Fifties Album. Pure Clarinet Magic - The Magic of the Clarinet in All Its Glory, 2012. All songs from Pure Clarinet Magic - The Magic of the Clarinet in All Its Glory
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