[78-L] Larry Clinton Question
julianvein at blueyonder.co.uk.invalid
Sun Jun 11 13:33:26 PDT 2017
On 11/06/17 20:27, Taylor Bowie wrote:
> 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
> "Look out!"
> I've never been able to figure out what the source might be for that track.
Could it be this session?
Chris Griffin, Doc Severinsen, Bernie Privin, Jimmy Nottingham (tp) Jack
Satterfield, Mervin Gold, Lou McGarity (tb) Sid Cooper, Phil Olivella
(cl,as) Boomie Richman, Hank Ross (ts) Sol Schlinger (bar) Al Caiola (g)
Eddie Safranski (b) Jimmy Crawford (d) Helen Ward (vcl) Larry Clinton
New York, June 1, 1956
G2JB-4662 Study in surrealism Vic LPM1342
G2JB-4663 Martha (hw vcl) -
G2JB-4664 The dipsy doodle -
G2JB-4665 A study in Brown - , RCA VSP6043
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