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8784Re: [RedHotJazz] Noone on Oliver's Camp Meeting Blues

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    Aug 29, 2011
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      Hi Folks,
                    Given some of the evidence subsequent to WCA & BALR's conclusions I would have agreed with you, but the subject cropped up some years ago and the question was put to someone who knew Bailey quite well from his time with Clarence Williams in 1923 and this person stated that they had been told by Buster Bailey that he had worked regularly with the King Oliver Band at around the same time. I am not able to say who it was with any certainty but the conclusion is that it may possibly have been Eva Taylor. It may be that Bailey was not the regular clarinet player in the Oliver band but may have been deputising for Dodds who did not always enjoy the best of health. The other connection was via Armstrong and his early work with Clarence Williams' Blue five in 1923.
                       As regards the latter, Eva Taylor recalled the sessions very well for the pyrotechnic exchanges between Louis and Sidney Bechet, who had a battle royal while attempting to blow one another off the stage (e.g. Cakewalkin' Babies) and this to the extent that poor Charlie Irvis was almost reduced to the level of an onlooker. Great music indeed but tough times for many musicians trying to eke out a living.
      TTFN - 007

      --- On Sun, 28/8/11, fearfeasa <fearfeasa@...> wrote:

      From: fearfeasa <fearfeasa@...>
      Subject: Re: [RedHotJazz] Noone on Oliver's Camp Meeting Blues
      To: RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Sunday, 28 August, 2011, 23:32

      No, Alan - Bailey was never the regular clarinet player with the
      OliverBand. It was Johnny Dodd(s) at this time.

      Chris Tyle is quite right about the Noone i/d on the Columbias. The
      gentleman "jazzologist" who started the Bailey hare all those years ago
      has a lot to answer for !

      J T Dyamond.

      Ar 28/08/11 23:21 :01, scríobh ALAN BOND:
      > Hi Folks,
      >                I am very much inclined to agree with this conclusion
      > and and at least eight leading authorities have identified the
      > clarinet player on this Oliver session as Jimmie Noone. However,
      Buster Bailey was the regular clarinet player with the Oliver band at
      > this time so just why he was not available for this session is a mystery.

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