[78-L] Larry Clinton Question
bowiebks at isomedia.com.invalid
Sun Jun 11 12:27:40 PDT 2017
When I was little (ca. 1960), I recall that my aunt had one of those Victor
compilation albums called "Sixty Years of Music America Loves Best." I
can't recall all the tracks, but three stick in my mind: The Berigan of I
Can't Get Started...the Crosby of Just a Gigolo...and a Larry Clinton
version of Dipsy Doodle...no vocal, but at the end the band guys all holler
I've never been able to figure out what the source might be for that track.
Speaking of old compilations...one of the strangest examples of a mystery
record on any of them is on the Columbia Original Sounds of the
Twenties...there is a nice electric vocal of Irving Kaufman singing Pagan
Love Song, and the album notes indicate it's from a 700 or 800 series
Harmony. When I located a copy of the Harmony 78 I was puzzled as it was a
typical boxy-sounding acoustic. But years later I found Kaufman's version
on Romeo...and discovered THAT was the source for the track on the
Columbia set...pretty strange.
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Lennick" <dlennick at sympatico.ca.invalid>
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Sent: Sunday, June 11, 2017 9:13 AM
Subject: Re: [78-L] Larry Clinton Question
> 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
>>> 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
>>> I am not trying to track down the audio, just the date.
>>> Thanx for any leads.
>> 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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