[78-L] Frank Deniz
dlennick at sympatico.ca
Sun Mar 6 16:27:42 PST 2011
On 3/6/2011 7:05 PM, Julian Vein wrote:
> David Lennick wrote:
>> Just came across a disc by Frank Deniz& His Spirits of Rhythm. London 188,
>> "New Idea" b/w "Spooky Takes a Holiday"..it was probably the latter title that
>> intrigued me, since it's obviously "Satan Takes a Holiday" with the title made
>> less offensive for sensitive souls. Not unpleasant, not earth shattering, and
>> not in Lord although other Deniz recordings with probably this same combo are
> It's listed in Lord 10.0:
> Frank Deniz (British)
> no details
> London ?, 1940's
> DR-8841-1 New idea London (E)188
> DR-8843-2 Spooky takes a holiday -
> Not much, I know.
> There was a fellow at work who was the nephew of Joe Deniz (and,
> presumably, Frank?). There was another fellow whose father played with
> Teddy Weatherford in India, but appeared not to have recorded with him.
> Sorry about the name-dropping!
> Julian Vein
Here's what Lord Online has:
Frank Deniz And His Spirits Of Rhythm : Jimmy Skidmore (ts) Clare Deniz (p)
Frank Deniz, Joe Deniz (g) Tommy Bromley (b) Tony Lytton (d)
London, May 17, 1944
DR-8441 When I grow too old to dream De (E)F8456
DR-8442 Soft winds - , Topic (E)TSCD781 [CD]
DR-8443 A smooth one (unissued)
So this one is probably from later in 1944, and seems to have been issued only
on London. Odd.
DR-8444 Washington whirlygig -
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