Re: [RedHotJazz] new Frog CDs/Birmingham Serenaders
- on 9/6/05 12:53, Michael Rader at Rader.Michael@... wrote:
> The main reason for connecting them with Williams, if I understand LordI didn't say he was good. I said he was a real blues singer. Clear?!!
> correctly, is the repertoire, i.e. the numbers played at the session, which
> were owned by Williams' publishing company. Another reason might be the use of
> brass rather than string bass - at times the work does remind me of
> contemporary Cyrus St. Clair. I have them on a Harrison LP, which isn't as
> badly dubbed as I recalled. The first track on that has a - at first hearing -
> rather "hammy" vocal which reminded me of Kellog Jefferson, or whatever the
> vocalist on the Troy Floyd sides was called. Either he improves on the other
> tracks or there is a second vocalist.
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