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This English LP, which contains 20 selections and a full hour's worth of music, has eight numbers featuring trombonist Miff Mole with Roger Wolfe Kahn's Orchestra and 12 selections from sessions led by cornetist Red Nichols, four of which also co-star Mole. All but four tunes are from the 1926-28 period. Highlights include "Clap Yo' Hands," "Where the Wild, Wild Flowers Grow," "Delirium," "Feeling No Pain," "Sugar" and "Make My Cot Where the Cot-Cot-Cotton Grows." This somewhat rare album is a delight for 1920s collectors.

Biography

Born: 08 May 1905 in Ogden, UT

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '20s, '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s

Overrated in Europe in the early '30s when his records (but not those of his black contemporaries) were widely available and then later underrated and often unfairly called a Bix imitator, Red Nichols was actually one of the finest cornetists to emerge from the '20s. An expert improviser whose emotional depth did not reach as deep as Bix or Louis Armstrong, Nichols was in many ways a hustler, participating in as many recording sessions (often under pseudonyms) as any other horn player of the era,...
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