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Record Supervision Collection. Arguably the Welsh band's best album from this era (Semple/Crimmins/Hunt/Hastings/Pitt line-up). The original LP plus and EP one single track and some previously unissued tracks. Line-up also includes Danny Moss and Al Gay [MORE]
Classic Recordings from 1953 and 1954 featuring Chris Barber, Monty Sunshine, Lonnie Donegan and Acker Bilk
The original 10 LP, New Orleans To London is one of the classic landmark albums of the British jazz scene. The second 10 LP, Back To The Delta was by Colyer's next line-up and featured a then unknown Acker Bilk as well as other British jazz stalwarts, Diz Disley and Stan Greig. [MORE]
The Record Supervision Collection. The Lightfoot band at the height of the Trad era. Features Alan Elsdon on trumpet. [MORE]
THE ALLAN GILMOUR TAPES. WELL RECORDED 'LIVE' SESSION FROM THE FAMOUS DANCING SLIPPER JAZZ CLUB, NOTTINGHAM. ALMOST THE MAXIMUM PLAYING TIME (OVER 79 MINS) OF 'HOT' STOMPING JAZZ [MORE]
The Record Supervision Collection. A compilation of 2 LPs - AL and SANDY and AL'S PALS
Al Fairweather and Sandy Brown established themselves as leading protagonists for the Mainstream style of Jazz. Sandy Brown was one of the UK’s greatest jazz musicians. This collection based on two LPs marks Al and Sandy's debut for Columbia's Lansdowne Jazz Series. Their previous LP, McJazz, had established them as a force to be reckoned with. ... [MORE]
The Record Supervision collection. The original 'Lightfoot at Lansdowne' LP plus some singles. The band included Dickie Hawdon and Roy Williams.
Terry Lightfoot formed his first band in 1956 and many top players, and later band leaders, passed through its ranks including Kenny Ball, Alan Elsdon, the legendary Sonny Morris, Graeme Bell, and Cream's Ginger Baker.
Although he had previously been a member of Chris Barber's amateur band and the ... [MORE]
Turk Murphy was one of the legendary figures of the American Traditional Jazz Revival. He was a member of the pioneering Lu Watters Jazz Band of 1940 and stayed until forming his own band in 1950. His forthright big brassy trombone is instantly recognisable. He favoured a classic repertoire with an emphasis on ragtime. This collection (including a ‘live’ set recorded at the New York’s Carnegie Hall) showcases the band very well indeed. [MORE]
The Alex Welsh band’s skill with the Chicago style jazz made the band the first choice for visiting American musicians. One such was Peanuts Hucko. Peanuts had been a member of the big bands of Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman but came to prominence as a member of the Louis Armstrong All Stars. He went on to spend time in the bands of Jack Teagarden, Eddie Condon, Wild Bill Davison and others before embarking on a solo career. He is on peak form here and ... [MORE]
Last 4 copies EVER!
Freddy Randall led one of the best British traditional Jazz bands. Basing his band on the driving Chicago style of Jazz - personified by the Eddie Condon bands in the USA - it was one of the first of the revivalist bands of the late 1940s to get a recording contract with a major record label, Parlophone.
Various personnel including: Frdedy Randall: trumpet, Bruce Turner/Cliff Townsend/Bernard Stantson: clarinet, Eddie ... [MORE]
VARIOUS:GRAEME BELL, PIANO, ROGER BELL, TR, DON ‘PIXIE’ ROBERTS, CL, ‘LAZY’ ADE MONSBOURGH, VALVE TRBN, CL, JACK VARNEY, BANJ, LOU ‘BARON’ SILBEREISEN, BS TUBA, RUSS MURPHY DRS, DAVE CAREY, DRMS, DERYCK ‘KANGA VARIOUS:GRAEME BELL, PIANO, ROGER BELL, TR, DON ‘PIXIE’ ROBERTS, CL, ‘LAZY’ ADE MONSBOURGH, VALVE TRBN, CL, JACK VARNEY, BANJ, LOU ‘BARON’ SILBEREISEN, BS TUBA, RUSS MURPHY DRS, DAVE CAREY, DRMS, DERYCK ‘KANGA [MORE]
JOHNNY CODD, TR, TONY MILLINER, TRBN, TONY GIBBONS, CL, PAT HAWES, PNO, VOC, BOB MACK, GTR, BNJ, ERIC STARR, BS, DAVE CAREY, DRS [MORE]