[78-L] Larry Clinton Question

David Lennick dlennick at sympatico.ca.invalid
Sun Jun 11 09:13:05 PDT 2017

DAHR shows only the Tommy Dorsey recording. Larry also couldn't record Study in 
Brown because Bunny Berigan had done it in August.


On 6/11/2017 11:57 AM, Julian Vein wrote:
> On 11/06/17 16:39, kil at roadrunner.com.invalid wrote:
>> Does anyone have or know a link to a Larry Clinton discography?
>> In particular I am looking to find the exact date he recorded THE DIPSY DOODLE with Bea Wain, probably in late 1937.
>>   From what I understand his recording was never released by Victor on a 78, hence it is missing from all of the discographies that I have found online.
>> I did see mention of a complete discography by Charles Garrod, but haven't located it online.
>> I am aware of an instrumental version that was released later, and also a Bea Wain vocal with the band from a radio transcription.
>> But I am ultimately looking for the date he recorded THE DIPSY DOODLE with Bea Wain for Victor, which was never released, if there was such a recording.
>> I am not trying to track down the audio, just the date.
>> Thanx for any leads.
>> RayK
>> _______________________________________________
> I have checked Lord 10.0 and ADBORAF and can't find it listed. Is there
> any evidence that it was recorded? Bearing in mind that Tommy Dorsey had
> recorded it for Victor on October 14 1937 (the day before Clinton's
> first session for the same company), it seems unlikely that the company
> would have Clinton do it as well, particularly as TD was the bigger name.
>        Julian Vein
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