Federal 12196, 78 RPM.
Gerald Wilson and his Orchestra performing Mambo Mexicano, Part 1 / Part 2.
Record is in Very Nice E- condition, plays beautifully. Labels are very good, radio station sticker on both labels. White Promo Dee Jay Special Label.
This record was found in an old radio station library in eastern Massachusetts.
1954 issue; recorded in Los Angeles, prob. mid-late April, 1954.
John Anderson, Louis Grey, Allen Smith, Clark Terry (tp) Isaac Bell, Atlee Chapman, John "Streamline" Ewing, Britt Woodman (tb) prob. Jerry Dodgion (as) Teddy Edwards, Paul Gonsalves, Frank Haynes (ts) Bill Green (bar) Cedric Haywood (p) Addison Farmer (b) Gus Gustafson (d) Gerald Wilson (arr,cond)
The volume and fidelity on this record will blow your doors off. A jaw-dropping powerful band including Clark Terry and Paul Gonsalves.
This is a killer tune that was featured on the great Jukebox Mambo collection a few years ago. Tough to track down an original since then, especially on 78.
Terrific and Scarce Modern Jazz Mambo Promo 78 in Very Nice E- Condition.