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Lost Clarinet
     

Lost Clarinet

by Clem Raymond
 
An intriguing, if flawed, session. Banjo player Dick Oxtot teamed with clarinetist Clem Raymond to record an album of New Orleans stomps, blues and struts in 1958. The results have recently been issued on CD by Delmark, and they're recommended mainly due to Raymond's squiggly, entrancing solos and charming vocals on "Clem's Blues," "Keep Du Dah" and "Just A Little

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An intriguing, if flawed, session. Banjo player Dick Oxtot teamed with clarinetist Clem Raymond to record an album of New Orleans stomps, blues and struts in 1958. The results have recently been issued on CD by Delmark, and they're recommended mainly due to Raymond's squiggly, entrancing solos and charming vocals on "Clem's Blues," "Keep Du Dah" and "Just A Little While to Stay Here." Much of the backing band is little more than competent, although they sound enthusiastic and don't bog down the proceedings. But it's Raymond and Oxtot's contributions that make this worthwhile, and a find for traditional jazz fans.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/07/1993
Label:
Delmark
UPC:
0038153020828
catalogNumber:
208
Rank:
234294

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Performance Credits

Clem Raymond   Primary Artist,Clarinet,Vocals
Peter Allen   Bass
Bob Mielke   Trombone
Dick Oxtot   Banjo
Bill Bardin   Trombone
P.T. Stanton   Trumpet
Billy Young   Drums
Bill Young   Drums

Technical Credits

Jelly Roll Morton   Composer
Jimmy McHugh   Composer
Dick Oxtot   Producer
Dorothy Fields   Composer
Robert G. Koester   Producer
Kathryn Lynch   Art Direction
Stan Page   Engineer
Philip Elwood   Liner Notes
Benjamin Franklin Spikes   Composer
John Spikes   Composer

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