[78-L] Some weird jazz titles

Thomas Stern sternth at attglobal.net.invalid
Sun Nov 5 19:25:30 PST 2017

Herman Sandy (Belgian)
Invocation En Jazz No. 3: Herman Sandy's Quartet: 
Herman Sandy (tp) Jean Fanis (p) Jean Warland (b) Freddy Rottier (d) 
Brussels, August, 1955
    Gone with the wind    Innovation (B)ILP3
    Saul    Innovation (B)ILP3, Plymouth (B)P12155
    You and the night and the music              -
    Squint look              -                 -
    Diggin' chick              -                 -
    You're all I need              -
    Stick around              -                 -
    Fand and Sand              -                 -
Note: Innovation was a concern of large storehouses and only released a few
Plymouth P12155 issued as by "Cozy Cole and his All Star" (sic).
All titles from Plymouth P12155 also on Paris (F)P122.

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[mailto:78-l-bounces at klickitat.78online.com] On Behalf Of David Lennick
Sent: Sunday, November 5, 2017 10:10 PM
To: 78L; ToastOfNewYork at yahoogroups.com
Subject: [78-L] Some weird jazz titles

Anyone here still have access to Lord? There's a Palace lp (one of the
cheapest Remington derivatives) with a side of made-up jazz titles that
probably originated with Continental. Maybe the same stuff that was on a
Plymouth lp as well as a gatefold Continental (one or the other), coupled
with some Ethel Waters sides. The titles are, and I quote:

Squint Look
Diggin' Chick
Stick Around
Fand and Sand
The Black Rose Blues

played by The Jazz All Stars. Palace M-672, Side 2. mx 66-1733

Thank you all.

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