Posted by Dick Parker, written by Mel Stitzel
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Genre: Jazz / Playing Style: 4-String (Tenor/Plectrum)
Reggie Hacksenflax Society Dance Band at the Emporium of Jazz in Mendota, Minn., in December 1982. This is our cover of the 1926 Jelly Roll Morton recording in our first concert at the Emporium. Trombonist/leader Al Holbert can be heard calling audibles, and the live recording balance isn't the best. Piano player Jeff Taylor had just graduated from Carleton College with a music degree and was working a minimum-wage day job. He's now an associate professor of musicology at Brooklyn College in New York.
Monday, January 4, 2010 @12:33:20 AM
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