[78-L] Bunny Berigan or not?
djwein at earthlink.net.invalid
Tue Mar 23 09:38:17 PDT 2021
Doesn't sound like Bunny to me, for what that's worth.
On 3/23/21, 12:32 PM, "RODMANLEWIS" <78-l-bounces at klickitat.78online.com on behalf of julianvein at gmail.com.invalid> wrote:
The Mosaic box set dedicated to Bunny includes it as the first track on the
set with the personnel given as: "poss. Bob Effros, Bunny Berigan (tp)...".
On Tue, Mar 23, 2021 at 3:36 PM Kristjan Saag <saag at telia.com.invalid>
> The March 18 1931 recording of Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal and Pierre
> Norman's "When I Take My Sugar To Tea" by Fred Rich & His Orchestra (on
> some labels named Frank Auburn & His Orchestra) is listed both in Rust's
> "Jazz Records" and in the "Dance Band Discography".
> Rust has it under Fred Rich, and the entry in "Jazz Records" can be seen
> on pages 1417-1418 in the online issue
> Rust has Bob Effros as one of two trumpeters, the other unknown, but
> mentions that Bunny Berigan replaces Effros for the next recording
> session on June 15.
> This entry has been unchanged, at least since the fifth edition of "Jazz
> Records" in 1983.
> But on a few compilation albums with Bunny Berigan's recordings he is
> credited having played the trumpet on "When I Take My Sugar To Tea".
> I've searched the net for comments about this "new discovery", but in vain.
> Does anyone know more about this? Here's the recording:
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