It is true, Jimmy was born in a leap year (1904) on february 29´, great musician Jimmy R.I.P.
Ron L <lherault@...
> escribió: Which reminds me, it is JD's birthday today!
Behalf Of Albert Haim
Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2008 7:39 PM
Subject: [RedHotJazz] Re: "My pretty girl"
Just to make certain that we are on the same page, the clarinetist in
Jean Goldkette's "My Pretty Girl" is Danny Polo. Polo replaced Jimmy
Dorsey who had replaced Don Murray, the regular cl/sax player for
--- In RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com, "jpibe_ar" <jpibe_ar@...> wrote:
> Some days ago I was listening to Bix Beiderbecke, cheking to this
> wonderful page www.redhotjazzarchives.com, I was deriving to diverse
> orchestras that Bix integrated in his short life, and ended up at this
> incredible demonstration(proof) of swing and force that is " My pretty
> girl " recording of 1927, with Jean Goldkette's orchestra and well,
> the fact it is that Goldkette's recorded again the year 1958
> and...Good, there the obvious demonstration(proof) of the difference
> in the vitality and creativity of the topic. The recording of 1927 is
> incomparably distant view!!! What power, what soloists, what hot!!! I
> strongly recomend to all the fans of the jazz they do the comparison
> and then tell me.The two versions are together in the same page in
> Red Hot Jazz Arch(Jean Goldkette and his Orchestra). Well, throughout
> the days and as arise, I will go posting my reflections on the music
> that inspires my life and fulfils(fills) my feelings... Up the jazz
> forever!!! PD All solos are wornderfull, Jimmy Dorsey, Joe Venutti,
> Trum but I am impressed by the bass ...incredible that bass!!!
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