Muggsy Spanier and His Dixieland Band

Performers Muggsy Spanier

Membran | February 5, 2007 | Compact Disc

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Personnel: Muggsy Spanier (cornet).
Recording information: Chicago, IL (03/27/1950); Chicago, IL (05/28/1952); Chicago, IL (08/10/1950); Chicago, IL (08/29/1951).
Translator: Steven Dearman Clark.
This LP is a cut above most of Muggsy Spanier's recordings of the 1950s due to a surprisingly fresh repertoire, which includes such songs as "Dixie Flyer," "Home," "Caution Blues," "Alabama Jubilee" and "Lazy Piano Man." The otherwise admirable (if hard-to-find) release inexcusably does not give the recording dates and personnel. The cornetist/leader is joined by either George Brunies, Henry Graves or Ralph Hutchinson on trombone, clarinetist Darnell Howard, pianist Floyd Bean, bassist Truck Parham and either Sid Catlett, Don Chester or Barrett Deems on drums; Buddy Charles takes the vocal on "Sunday." The concise performances (all but "Sunday" are under three minutes) successfully pack a great deal of heat into a brief space of time. ~ Scott Yanow

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: February 5, 2007

Genre: Dixieland

Style: Jazz Instrument

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Label Name: Membran

UPC: 4011222240040

Found in: Dixieland

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Muggsy Spanier and His Dixieland Band

Muggsy Spanier and His Dixieland Band

Performers Muggsy Spanier

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: February 5, 2007

Genre: Dixieland

Style: Jazz Instrument

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Label Name: Membran

UPC: 4011222240040


Title Track Time
1.Lazy Piano Man --
2.Dixie Flyer --
3.Sweet Georgia Brown --
4.Feather Brain --
5.Home --
6.It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary --
7.Caution Blues --
8.Alabama Jubilee --
9.South --
10.Sunday --
11.Tiger Rag --
12.Blue Room --

Editorial Notes

Personnel: Muggsy Spanier (cornet).
Recording information: Chicago, IL (03/27/1950); Chicago, IL (05/28/1952); Chicago, IL (08/10/1950); Chicago, IL (08/29/1951).
Translator: Steven Dearman Clark.
This LP is a cut above most of Muggsy Spanier's recordings of the 1950s due to a surprisingly fresh repertoire, which includes such songs as "Dixie Flyer," "Home," "Caution Blues," "Alabama Jubilee" and "Lazy Piano Man." The otherwise admirable (if hard-to-find) release inexcusably does not give the recording dates and personnel. The cornetist/leader is joined by either George Brunies, Henry Graves or Ralph Hutchinson on trombone, clarinetist Darnell Howard, pianist Floyd Bean, bassist Truck Parham and either Sid Catlett, Don Chester or Barrett Deems on drums; Buddy Charles takes the vocal on "Sunday." The concise performances (all but "Sunday" are under three minutes) successfully pack a great deal of heat into a brief space of time. ~ Scott Yanow
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