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This previously unreleased recording from the Humphrey Lyttelton archives features Lyttelton and his band with guests at the Albany Hotel in Nottingham in 1972.
The lineup features current and past members of the band with the incomparable Humph on trumpet and clarinet, Bruce Turner, Kathy Stobart and Tony Coe on saxophones, John Picard on trombone and the rhythm section of Eddie Harvey on piano, bassist Dave Green and drummer Tony Mann. They perform ... [MORE]
Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band with Buck Clayton Live at the Dancing Sllipper Nottingham - Double CD
Amongst all of Humphrey Lyttelton's recorded music not previously available on CD or LP, none has been looked forward to by his followers as much as these sessions with trumpeter Buck Clayton in Nottingham from 1966. Humph's excellent band also includes Tony Coe, Dave Green and Chris Pyne, whilst Joe Temperley plays baritone saxophone on the 3 bonus tracks recorded at the same venue in 1964. 'Sessions' is the right word for this album - not 'dance' or ... [MORE]
This is the third CD of a project which was very dear to Humph's heart. He oversaw all the tracks on the album, directing, suggesting and fine tuning the dynamics and solo orders. He always said that the band he had at any particular moment in his life was his favourite, but there's reason to believe that this one really was. He loved it and devoted more of his time to it than to anything else that filled an extraordinarily busy life.
Humph can be ... [MORE]
Excellent studio album with a 'Jam session feel' from Humph and the Band, featuring special guests vocalist Stacey Kent and saxophonist Jim Tomlinson, who regularly join the Band on-stage for numerous live performances. The music for this CD was recorded 2000.
Humphrey Lyttelton (trumpet, clarinet), Stacey Kent (voice), Jim Tomlinson (tenor, alto and baritone saxophone, clarinet), Kathy Stobart (tenor and baritone saxophone, clarinet, ... [MORE]
We are delighted to be able to offer a limited number of copies of this classic album. Recorded between 1949 and 1959 when Humph was with the famous Parlophone record label, featuring a selection of classic tracks from the era. 25 terrific tracks - can't be bad!! [MORE]
Humphrey Lyttelton (trumpet, tenor horn), Jimmy Hastings (alto, flute), Kathy Stobart (tenor sax, baritone sax), Pete Strange (trombone), Ted Beament (piano), Paul Bridge (bass), Adrian Macintosh (drums). With guests Joe Temperley (baritone sax, soprano sax) and Alan Barnes (alto, clarinet). The music was originally recorded 1995-6. [MORE]
Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band here featuring all the usual suspects! Jimmy Hastings, Kathy Stobart, Pete Strange, Stan Greig, Paul Bridge and Adrian Macintosh.
The Humph Band really swings in mainstream style Webposting [MORE]
Calligraph Records releases the first album in the 'Humph Live Series'. Never before released, this re-mastered recording stands the test of time and delivers! This collection of undiscovered live material was recorded by Allan Gilmour at the Trent Bridge Hotel in Nottingham. The recording captures the Humph band supported by blues and gospel legend Marie Knight. Her stunning vocals inspire the Lyttelton eight piece band to produce what Humph would always ... [MORE]