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Uncollected Larry Clinton & His Orchestra (1937-1938)
     

The Uncollected Larry Clinton & His Orchestra (1937-1938)

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by Larry Clinton & His Orchestra
 

Product Details

Release Date:
09/28/1992
Label:
Hindsight Records
UPC:
0014921010925
catalogNumber:
109
Rank:
50681

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Larry Clinton & His Orchestra   Primary Artist,Track Performer
Larry Clinton   Trumpet
Arthur "Skeets" Herfurt   Saxophone
George Dessinger   Saxophone
Bea Wain   Vocals,Track Performer
Jack Chesleigh   Guitar
Walter Hardman   Bass
James Sexton   Trumpet
Eddie Yumansen   Trumpet
Leo White   Saxophone
Tony Zimmers   Saxophone
Henry Adler   Drums
Walter Smith   Trumpet

Technical Credits

Irving Berlin   Composer
Larry Clinton   Composer
Horace Henderson   Composer
Sammy Cahn   Composer
Saul Chaplin   Composer
Ornette Coleman   Composer
J. Fred Coots   Composer
Jimmy Dorsey   Composer
Fletcher Henderson   Composer
Wally Heider   Producer
Willie "The Lion" Smith   Composer
Irving Townsend   Liner Notes
Jack Lomas   Cover Art
Maceo Pinkard   Composer
Roy   Composer
Julian Kay   Composer

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5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There are not too many Larry Clinton CDs out there, and among the few that exist, this one is a MUST-HAVE!! Why? Well, for starters, you get to hear a studio version of &quot The Dipsy Doodle&quot by the very band that made it famous! Though Larry Clinton and his Orchestra never released it on Victor or Bluebird, I feel that it is much more loose and swinging than Tommy Dorsey's verson. Also, you can hear the very first versions of &quot Martha&quot (an entire YEAR before the 1938 version, and for me, better), &quot Zig Zag&quot and &quot Let Her Go&quot . Also, an excellent arrangement of &quot Dipper&quot ...oh, excuse me, &quot Sugar Foot Strut&quot as well. I heartily want you to take a listen at this CD.