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Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra / Jimmy Dorsey

Black and Blue / Dippermouth Blues

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Instant Purchase Price $2.99
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Item Location Natick, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, 01760
Secondary Artists Jimmy Dorsey
Label Audiodisc
Item Number none
Recording Date 1946
Physical Grade A :: B VG
Genre Big Band & Swing, Dance Band, Jazz, Personality
Format 10" 78
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1

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Description of Product

Audiodisc, not numbered, 78 RPM Acetate/Lacquer.

Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra performing Black and Blue / Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra with Louis Armstrong - Dippermouth Blues.

Record is in VG condition, plays nicely over mostly light surface noise.  Labels are  good, hand written. 

1946 issue; originally recorded recorded in New York, July 22, 1929, and in Los Angeles, August 7, 1936.

Personnel:

Louis Armstrong (tp,vcl) Homer Hobson (tp) Fred Robinson (tb) Jimmy Strong (cl) Bert Curry, Crawford Wethington (as) Carroll Dickerson (vln,cond) Gene Anderson (p) Mancy Carr (bj) Pete Briggs (tu) Zutty Singleton (d)

and

Louis Armstrong (tp) George Thow, Toots Camarata (tp) Bobby Byrne, Joe Yukl, Don Matteson (tb) Jimmy Dorsey (cl,as,cond) Jack Stacey (cl,as,bar) Fud Livingston, Skeets Herfurt (cl,ts) poss. Bobby Van Eps (p) Roc Hillman (g) Slim Taft (b) Ray McKinley (d)

This is a dub made in January, 1946 of sides from two different, older 78 RPM records.  "Black and Blue" was dubbed from 1932 English Parlophone R 1573.  "Dippermouth Blues" was dubbed from 1936 Decca 906.

Terrific and Scarce Hot Swing Jazz Acetate/Lacquer 78 in VG Condition.

 

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