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For this gig in Nevada, trombonist Turk Murphy had a much smaller group than usual, just a quartet with clarinetist Bob Helm, pianist Pete Clute and drummer Thad Vandon. The musicians play quite well but, due to the thinness of the band, the music was unreleased until 1998. At that time, Bill Carroll on tuba and banjoist John Gill tastefully overdubbed rhythm parts to make the music sound more complete; one would not know that they were playing more than 30 years after the original performances. On most selections, Helm takes the melody filling in for the absent trumpet while Murphy provides boisterous harmonies. The repertoire was strong and even the seven vocals four by ...
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April 7, 1998 CD New in new packaging. Originally released: 1998. Personnel includes Murphy on trombone, Bob Helm-clariner, Thad Vandon-drums, Pete Clute-piano and others. ... Recorded Carson Hot Springs, NV December 1964. Read more Show Less

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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
For this gig in Nevada, trombonist Turk Murphy had a much smaller group than usual, just a quartet with clarinetist Bob Helm, pianist Pete Clute and drummer Thad Vandon. The musicians play quite well but, due to the thinness of the band, the music was unreleased until 1998. At that time, Bill Carroll on tuba and banjoist John Gill tastefully overdubbed rhythm parts to make the music sound more complete; one would not know that they were playing more than 30 years after the original performances. On most selections, Helm takes the melody filling in for the absent trumpet while Murphy provides boisterous harmonies. The repertoire was strong and even the seven vocals four by Helm and three from the leader work out well. Pete Clute has a few ragtime features a la Wally Rose and other highlights include "Doctor Jazz," "Railroad Blues," "Runnin' Wild," "Big Butter and Egg Man" and "Go Back Where You Stayed Last Night."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/7/1998
  • Label: S.f. Trad. Jazz
  • UPC: 652117010122
  • Catalog Number: 101

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Turk Murphy Primary Artist, Trombone, Vocals
Bob Helm Clarinet, Vocals
Pete Clute Piano
Michael Cogan Overdubs
Thad Vandon Drums
Bill Carroll Tuba
Technical Credits
Henry Busse Composer
Jelly Roll Morton Composer
King Oliver Composer
Ethel Waters Composer
Irving Mills Composer
Jimmy McHugh Composer
Louis Armstrong Composer
Gene Austin Composer
Michael Cogan Remastering
Al Dubin Composer
B. Johnson Composer
Johnny Dunn Composer
Arthur Gibbs Composer
Walter Melrose Composer
George Norton Composer
Benjamin Franklin Spikes Composer
Leo Wood Composer
John Spikes Composer
Roy Bergere Composer
Sidney Easton Composer
Gilbert Wells Composer
Gus Mueller Composer
Joe Grey Composer
James Scott Composer
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