4797Re: [RedHotJazz] Tony Parenti: what to buy?
- Oct 1, 2007If your interest is mainly in 20s jazz and hot dance music, the record by Parenti to get is definitely Frog DGF 4 "Strut Yo Stuff", which has all of Parenti's recordings under his own name from that decade. This has state-of-the-art audio restoration work by the late John RT Davies. There is much Parenti from the 40s to the 70s on various labels owned by George H. Buck, most of which can be safely recommended.
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> Hello jazz people.
> I'm still exploring 1920s jazz, and thoroughly enjoying it. Now I've
> come across the name and reputation of Anthony Parenti, and confidently
> expect to like his recordings, wherever they lie on the dance band/jazz
> My question is, there being several titles available from Amazon UK,
> what should I buy? Are there titles to avoid? Is there a "must-have"
> title? Is there a combination of discs that covers his recording career
> well? All opinions are welcome. Thanks.
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