Scott Black's Hot Horns

Scott Black's Hot Horns

by Scott Black


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Scott Black's Hot Horns

Cornetist Scott Black leads a septet (which also includes trumpeter Duke Heitger, trombonist Tom Ebbert, clarinetist Tom Fisher, pianist Buck Evans, Tom Saunders on bass and tuba, and drummer Charlie Fardella) for a variety of good-time standards, performed in a style not that different from Lu Watters's Yerba Buena Band of the 1940s. There are a few tolerable musician vocals, some unique trading off on two bass saxes (played by Fisher and Saunders) and plenty of heated and frequently exciting ensembles. Other than the completely unknown "Hindoo Man," all of the songs had classic recordings cut in the mid-to-late '20s but these new treatments (which hint strongly at New Orleans jazz, Bix Beiderbecke and Chicago jazz in addition to Watters) are fresh and enthusiastic. Dixieland fans are advised to check this CD out.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/28/1995
Label: Good Time Jazz
UPC: 0025218150323
catalogNumber: 15003

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Scott Black   Primary Artist,Cornet,Vocals
Tom Saunders   Bass,Tuba,Baritone Saxophone,Bass Saxophone,Vocals,String Bass
Duke Heitger   Trumpet
Thomas Fisher   Clarinet,Baritone Saxophone,Bass Saxophone
Charlie Fardella   Drums
Thomas Ebbert   Trombone
Buck Evans   Piano,Vocals

Technical Credits

Jesse Greer   Composer
Steve Reynolds   Engineer
Scott Black   Contributor,Musical Director
Phil Carroll   Art Direction
Tom Saunders   Contributor
Duke Heitger   Contributor
George Hocutt   Producer
Sam Coslow   Composer
Charlie Fardella   Contributor
W. Frank Harling   Composer

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