[78-L] Kemp or Specht?
banjobud at cfl.rr.com.invalid
Wed Feb 22 08:41:43 PST 2017
During the early fifties there was a disc jockey in Minneapolis called Johnny Morris. Could this have been the same guy?
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> On Feb 21, 2017, at 11:59 PM, Mark Bardenwerper <citrogsa at charter.net.invalid> wrote:
>> On 2/21/2017 10:35 PM, kil at roadrunner.com.invalid wrote:
>> While trying to make an MP3, I discovered where I found it, and therefore where the misinformation originated, (assuming that this is Harmony 639 -H, which we don't know yet). I'm depending on you to verify the artists so I can correct my notes.
>> It is from Internet Archive under Hal Kemp (#36)...
>> Anyone can hear it or download it there.
> Thanks for finding this. It's definitely Specht, He was at the Capital
> theater in 1928 where he experienced a drastic change in personnel. Hot
> trumpet Sylester Ahola left first, and my wife's banjo/trumpet
> grandfather later moved to the Capitolians. Thus ended Specht's hot
> music era. This is a feeble attempt; the old tightness is gone and it
> lacks flare and crispness.
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