3647Re: [RedHotJazz] Creole Jazz Band Clarinets
- Nov 30, 2006on 30/11/06 8:07, David Brown at johnhaleysims@... wrote:
>The new Archeophone issue raises again the old old chestnut of the clarinetRust 6 has Dodds. I would be surprised if this results from any conscious
>on the 5 October 1923 Gennett ' Zulu's Ball' session.
>Before proceeding can anybody -- Howard ? -- state the current
>discographical wisdom, which I assume the latest Rust.
reconsideration. According to LW's King Oliver, Baby Dodds identified his
brother, so did Louis Armstrong, and Lil Hardin said that if the session
took place in Richmond, then it was Dodds.
>My ' King Joe Oliver ' is first ed. and has Dodds on this and Noone on theNoone is retained for 15 October because he said he was on one session,
>following four Columbias. I think Laurie Wright subsequently revised,
>putting Noone on 'Chattanooga' on 15 October 1923 and Buster on the other
>three on 16 October 1923.
>If so, can anybody provide the source for this revision ?
though he both confirmed and denied his presence aurally on different
Bailey himself told Arnold Klein that he was on the 16 October session and
had once had test pressings of them. As he had, according to Laurie, not
previously been considered, it is unlikely this revelation was provoked and
it therefore looks copper-bottomed if everything is as it is said to be.
Laurie considers the claim to be aurally substantiated by his nearest work
in date with Clarence Williams.
Howard Rye, 20 Coppermill Lane, London, England, E17 7HB
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