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Jack Teagarden's final recording, performed less than four months before his death, finds the trombonist/vocalist in particularly high spirits at the Monterey Jazz Festival. Mr. T. was reunited not only with his brother trumpeter Charlie and sister pianist Norma, but his mother, who performs a couple of ragtime piano solos. The strong supporting cast, in addition to the many Teagardens, features clarinetist Pee Wee Russell, baritonist Gerry Mulligan, and pianist Joe Sullivan. The two sets included on this historical CD are filled with blues, standards, and Dixieland, the results of Jack Teagarden's two sets at Monterey. This important and enjoyable music is proof that the ...
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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
Jack Teagarden's final recording, performed less than four months before his death, finds the trombonist/vocalist in particularly high spirits at the Monterey Jazz Festival. Mr. T. was reunited not only with his brother trumpeter Charlie and sister pianist Norma, but his mother, who performs a couple of ragtime piano solos. The strong supporting cast, in addition to the many Teagardens, features clarinetist Pee Wee Russell, baritonist Gerry Mulligan, and pianist Joe Sullivan. The two sets included on this historical CD are filled with blues, standards, and Dixieland, the results of Jack Teagarden's two sets at Monterey. This important and enjoyable music is proof that the great trombonist went out on top.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/28/1994
  • Label: Memphis Archives
  • UPC: 781371701023
  • Catalog Number: 7010

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Jack Teagarden Primary Artist, Trombone, Vocals
Gerry Mulligan Baritone Saxophone, Baritone (Vocal)
Pee Wee Russell Clarinet
David Allyn Vocals
Sleepy Matsumoto Tenor Saxophone, Tenor (Vocal)
Joe Sullivan Piano
Charlie Teagarden Trumpet
George Tucker Bass
David Allen Vocals
Paul Collins Drums
Nick Ceroli Drums
Sid Feller Trumpet
Jose Gutierrez Trombone
Ernie Hughes Piano
Danny Polo Reeds
Jimmy Bond Bass
Norma Teagarden Piano
Jack Teagarden Orchestra Track Performer
Tony Antonelli Reeds
Pokey Carriere Trumpet
Joe Ferrall Trombone
Arnold Fishkind Bass
Seymour Goldfinger Trombone
Helen Teagarden Piano
Truman Quigley Trumpet
Art Moore Reeds
Art Beck Reeds
Technical Credits
Jack Teagarden Arranger, Director
Irving Mills Composer
Louis Armstrong Composer
Rich Caughron Remastering
Lil Hardin Composer
Wally Heider Engineer
Jimmy Hite Remastering
Steve LaVere Producer, Liner Notes
Don Raye Composer
Jack Towers Engineer
Ned Washington Composer
Victor Young Composer
Dave Dexter Jr. Composer
Eddie Dattel Producer
Ken Crawford Source Material
Dick Dupage Arranger
Joe Showler Liner Notes, Source Material
Traditional Composer
Joe Primrose Composer
Dick Larkin Composer
Lil Hardin Armstrong Composer
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