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Marty Grosz emerged in the 1970s first with Soprano Summit and then with a variety of freewheeling groups as a chordal acoustic guitarist in the tradition of Dick McDonough and Carl Kress, a Fats Waller-inspired vocalist and at least in concert a very funny personality. However, he actually began back in the 1950s, sounding quite mature on this early effort from 1957. This tribute to Bix Beiderbecke reissued on CD has a dozen songs, recorded in the 1920s by the legendary cornetist, performed by Grosz who takes a few vocals with his Honoris Causa Jazz Band. The octet
onet consists of four horn players including cornetist Carl Halen and the ...
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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
Marty Grosz emerged in the 1970s first with Soprano Summit and then with a variety of freewheeling groups as a chordal acoustic guitarist in the tradition of Dick McDonough and Carl Kress, a Fats Waller-inspired vocalist and at least in concert a very funny personality. However, he actually began back in the 1950s, sounding quite mature on this early effort from 1957. This tribute to Bix Beiderbecke reissued on CD has a dozen songs, recorded in the 1920s by the legendary cornetist, performed by Grosz who takes a few vocals with his Honoris Causa Jazz Band. The octet
onet consists of four horn players including cornetist Carl Halen and the Pee Wee Russell-influenced clarinetist and baritone saxophonist Frank Chace, a rhythm section with pianist Tut Soper, and Turk Santos sometimes on second cornet or guitar. The Dixielandish interpretations include such numbers as "Changes," "Sorry," "Clementine," and "For No Reason at All in 'C.'" Recommended. But why did it take Marty Grosz so long to catch on?
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  • Release Date: 4/18/2000
  • Label: Good Time Jazz
  • UPC: 025218106528
  • Catalog Number: 10065

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Marty Grosz Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals
Carl Halen Cornet, Track Performer
Frank Chace Clarinet, Baritone Saxophone
Turk Santos Guitar, Cornet
Harry Budd Trombone
Bob Skiver Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone
Tut Soper Piano
Chuck Neilson Bass
Pepper Boggs Drums
Technical Credits
Walter Donaldson Composer
Kirk Felton Remastering
Otto Harbach Composer
Dave Jones Producer, Engineer
Benny Meroff Composer
Paul Bacon Cover Design
Sam Coslow Composer
Walter Hirsch Composer
Hal Dyson Composer
Jessie Deppen Composer
Thekla Hollingsworth Composer
Louis A. Hirsch Composer
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