Riverboat Shuffle

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All Music Guide - Richard S. Ginell
In less than an hour, Naxos tries to summarize the career of the nearly mythic trumpeter, drawing from the usual OKeh sources with a couple of early Gennetts thrown in to fill in the beginning of the story. After starting with the Wolverines' "Riverboat Shuffle" and Bix and His Rhythm Jugglers' "Davenport Blues," the CD weaves its way through some of the Frankie Trumbauer sides and the Bix and His Gang sessions, touching obvious high points "Singin' the Blues," "For No Reason at All in C", while leaving out a few where's "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans"?. The extensive series of recordings that Beiderbecke made with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra is not touched; the ...
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All Music Guide - Richard S. Ginell
In less than an hour, Naxos tries to summarize the career of the nearly mythic trumpeter, drawing from the usual OKeh sources with a couple of early Gennetts thrown in to fill in the beginning of the story. After starting with the Wolverines' "Riverboat Shuffle" and Bix and His Rhythm Jugglers' "Davenport Blues," the CD weaves its way through some of the Frankie Trumbauer sides and the Bix and His Gang sessions, touching obvious high points "Singin' the Blues," "For No Reason at All in C", while leaving out a few where's "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans"?. The extensive series of recordings that Beiderbecke made with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra is not touched; the emphasis here is strictly on the hot combo sessions. There is one most welcome detour; Beiderbecke's astoundingly beautiful, Debussy-like piano solo composition "In a Mist." Naxos' transfers are listenable and undistorted, yet still sound compressed in comparison with Sunbeam's open, ungimmicked transfers in its Bix Restored series and the actual 78 RPM pressings. However, they are preferable to Columbia's garishly brighter reissues. Collectors probably have all of this often-reissued stuff anyway, so this disc is aimed at those who want a compact introduction to this fascinating musician -- and as such, at Naxos' low price, it's a good bet.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/19/2002
  • Label: Naxos
  • UPC: 636943258422
  • Catalog Number: 8120584

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bix Beiderbecke Primary Artist, Piano, Cornet
Eddie Lang Guitar
Joe Venuti Violin
Adrian Rollini Bass Saxophone
Frankie Trumbauer Alto Saxophone, C-Melody Saxophone, Vocals
Bobby Davis Alto Saxophone
Jimmy Dorsey Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Tommy Dorsey Trombone
Tom Gargano Drums
Lennie Hayton Piano, Harmonium, Timpani
George "Happy" Johnson Tenor Saxophone
Stan King Drums
Paul Mertz Piano
Chauncey Morehouse Drums
Howdy Quicksell Banjo
Bill Rank Trombone
Frank Signorelli Piano
Roy Bargy Piano
Itzy Riskin Piano
Doc Ryker Alto Saxophone
Bob Gillette Banjo
Min Leibrook Tuba, Bass Saxophone
Harold McDonald Drums
Andy Secrest Cornet
Charles Strickfaden Alto Saxophone
Charlie Margulis Trumpet
Vic Moore Drums
Dick Voynow Piano
Charles Gaylord Vocals
Jimmy Hartwell Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Izzy Friedman Clarinet
Rube Crozier Bassoon, Alto Saxophone
Don Murray Clarinet, Baritone Saxophone
George Marsh Drums
Technical Credits
Hoagy Carmichael Composer
Irving Mills Composer
Frankie Trumbauer Director
Andy Razaf Composer
Jerome Kern Composer
Con Conrad Composer
Fletcher Henderson Composer
Oscar Hammerstein II Composer
Otto Harbach Composer
J.C. Johnson Composer
Raymond Klages Composer
Mitchell Parish Composer
Howdy Quicksell Composer
Jo Trent Composer
Joseph Meyer Composer
Sam M. Lewis Composer
David Lennick Producer
Dick Voynow Composer, Director
Peter Dempsey Liner Notes
Joe Young Composer
J. Russel Robinson Composer
J.C. Jones Composer
Walter Hirsch Composer
Bob Schafer Composer
Lewis Young Composer
Hal Dyson Composer
Louis A. Hirsch Composer
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