7790Re: [RedHotJazz] Re: BUDDY CHRISTIAN CREOLE FIVE
- Oct 16, 2009The 1943 sessions are split across Jazz Time 799877-2: Americans In Paris
Vol. 5 1939-1949; Jazz Time 789327-2: Americans In Paris Vol. 6 1942-1950,
Jazz Time 781336-2: Antillles Jazz 1930-1954. (These were probably marketed
by EMI for about three weeks but the series does turn up from French on-line
The 1947 titles were on Barclay 81.004/5: Le Jazz Parisien...liberé. Anyone
know a CD?
While we¹re here, I have a main title index to pre-war Jazz Hots and a
detailed index to Jazz-Tango Swing. If Charlie Johnson was interviewed by
contemporary French enthusiasts, I don¹t where the results were published.
Any ideas, Yves? These guys mostly played in upper-class watering holes to
which the young cognoscenti couldn¹t go and this probably accounts for the
very scant attention they devoted to them. Johnson is mentioned once in
Panassié¹s Douze Années de Jazz.
on 16/10/2009 10:13, David Brown at johnhaleysims@... wrote:
>Howard Rye, 20 Coppermill Lane, London, England, E17 7HB
> On Harry Cooper, I find not only the Fouad and Rostaing but three sessions
> in Paris under his own name 1943 and 1947. Do you have these and/or know
> where they were ever available ?
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