Bobby Hackett and Jack Teargarden as well as a host of top flight Jazz/Dixieland players. I said in a previous post not to be put off by the Dixieland tag, and I say the same here.
Once you get your teeth into this it's easy to hear the sheer quality of both the music and the musicianship.
Coast Concert - Bobby Hackett & his Jazz Band
1. I Want A Big Butter And Egg Man (Venable-Armstrong) 3.11
2. New Orleans (Hoagy Carmichael) 2.53
3. That's A Plenty (Pollack-Gilbert) 4.28
4. Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams) 4.38
5. Muskrat Ramble (Edward Ory) 2.59
6. I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan (Schwartz-Dietz) 3.20
7. Royal Garden Blues (Spencer & Clarence Williams) 4.52
8. Struttin' With Some Barbecue (Armstrong-Raye) 3.00
9. Fidgety Feet (La Rocca-Shields) 3.50
Bobby Hackett (trumpet); Matty Matlock (clarinet); Jack Teagarden (trombone & vocal); Abe Lincoln (trombone);
Nappy Lamare (guitar); Dick Owens (piano); Phil Stephens (bass, tuba); Nick Fatool (drums).
Recorded in L.A., October 18-19 1955.
(Original Issue Capitol Records T692).
Jazz Ultimate - Bobby Hackett & Jack Teagarden
1. Indiana (Back Home In Indiana) (Hanley-MacDonald) 2.58
2. Oh Baby (Murphy) 2.29
3. It's Wonderful (Smith-Wells-Parish) 3.59
4. I've Found A New Baby (Palmer-Williams) 2.43
5. Sunday (Miller-Krueger-Cohn-Stein) 2.28
6. Baby Won't You Please Come Home (Warfield-Williams) 3.40
7. Everybody Loves My Baby (Williams-Palmer) 2.27
8. Mama's Gone, Good Bye (Bocage-Piron) 2.45
9. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (Creamer-Layton) 3.31
10. 55th & Broadway (Teagarden-Hackett) 4.40
11. 'S Wonderful (George & Ira Gershwin) 3.43
Bobby Hackett (trumpet); Jack Teagarden (trombone); Peanuts Hucko (clarinet, tenor sax); Ernie Caceres (clarinet, baritone sax);
Billy Bauer (guitar); Gene Schroeder (piano); Jack Lesberg (bass); Buzzy Drootin (drums).
Recorded in N.Y.C. September 16-17, 1957.
(Original Issue Capitol Records T933).