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  • https://uk-mg-bt.mail.yahoo.com/neo/launch?.partner=bt-1&.rand=3439cia876sk7#mail I have highlighted and copied to the openming of this mail the address of the page I am responding to... This is because the mail I received contained evidence of links having been sent -- Jeff Barnhardt, etc., but only useless fragments of the addresses linked to. It should be possible to send links...
    ROBERT R. CALDER Feb 22
  • Bravo, Patrice! Half a decade ago I was otherwise preoccupied, and somehow the info about http://hotjazzfiles.bluesnet.fr/ had never got to me. And now my room has been filled with The Terror, as well that splendid Cliff Jackson band performance as anything else! I'm afraid you'll have to put up with another load of congratulations and thanks!!!!! Congratulations and thanks all the...
    ROBERT R. CALDER Dec 1, 2014
  • And after the gig people could follow Roosevelt Sykes and sing, "Hello, World, have you seen Miss Ida B." Probably the full name could be given, Blue, for an altered rhyme (the girl in Sykes's song "look[s/ed] something like a Japanese") is probably indicated. I have never seen Miss Ida Blue, but it's sound not sight which is most immediately relevant! Robert R. Calder From Ragtime...
    ROBERT R. CALDER Nov 30, 2014
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  • Messages " Re: Digest Number 1993 Sat Nov 22, 2014 4:42 am (PST) . Posted by: "Alexandre Litwak" litwakalex2000 It isn't André sauré but André Saury , father of Maxime Saury " my subject line above could seem like an apology, but my typing wasn't at fault -- I simply cut and pasted, and I hope that discographies more recent than the one I chopped the Josephine Baker date data...
    ROBERT R. CALDER Nov 23, 2014
  • I googled Leon Jacobs and mysteriously found a working link to BUT ALAS NOT BEYOND http://www.redhotjazz.com/bakerfb.html anyway my hopes of hearing the 1931 track were dashed anyway, since it was not there !!! Only the recordings dated 1927. Presumably the bananas Ms. Baker was wearing were artificial ??? (perhaps the photo can still be raised by the above link? Howard Rye's liner...
    ROBERT R. CALDER Nov 22, 2014
  • Josephine Baker (vcl) le Melodic Jazz du Casino de Paris : Léon Jacobs, René Compère (tp) Jules Testaert (tb) André Sauré (sopranino,cl,vln) Joe Hayman (as) Romeo Silva (ts) Luis Lopez Da Silva (bassax) Gabriel Radics (vln) Fritz Stamer (p) Oscar Aleman (g) Sigismund Beck (b) Bibiano Miranda de Abreu (d) Paris, June 6, 1931 You're drivin' me crazy AAD (F)251277-2 You're the...
    ROBERT R. CALDER Nov 21, 2014
  • was not working here in Scotland a couple of days ago, and when I tried again on receipt of the digest a couple of minutes back it did not work I am sure we are all sorry about this, eh, well! Robert
    ROBERT R. CALDER Nov 17, 2014
  • I know where my copy of that Jazz Monthly is, but I can't at the moment get hold of it. It's been a long time since I was properly involved with jazz scholarship. Perhaps Digby Fairweather's archivings provided the wherewithal to dig out and collect similar items Robert >________________________________ > From: "RedHotJazz@^$1" >Re: John Postgate RIP by "David Brown" dvd.brown...
    ROBERT R. CALDER Nov 11, 2014
  • http://www.theguardian.com/science/2014/nov/10/john-postgate#start-of-comments a very able author on jazz, John Postgate, with as well as his Plain Man's Guide to Jazz a mightily impressive Jazz Monthly article on what he saw as a St; Louis trumpet style, going back to Baby James and Dewey Jackson, taking in Joe Thomas, and Clark Terry, and even indeed Miles Dewey Davis. A very...
    ROBERT R. CALDER Nov 10, 2014
  • Or the sexuality of Little Titch/ Tich? Friends called Mr. Jaxon Frankie? Presumably not as in "and Johnny" or (Leadbelly version) "and Albert"? I had always thought half-pint a reference sheerly to size, except of course when in a tavern the ordering of less than a pint of ale might be associated with a deficiency in manliness. According to a lady dancer on a film documentary...
    ROBERT R. CALDER Sep 3, 2014