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Oh Baby

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This early release from the Arbors label (a company which in the 1990s became one of jazz's best at documenting the current small-group swing scene) features the underrated Rick Fay on clarinet, tenor and soprano interacting with trombonist Dan Barrett (who is responsible for many of the arranged spots) and cornetist Ernie Carson. The music is unabashed dixieland with a few swing standards thrown in. The playing is consistently creative and exciting within the style with the highlights including "Oh Baby," a three-song ballad medley (particularly Barrett's Jack Teagarden-inspired playing on "Emaline"), "As Long As I Live" and a spirited "Lou-Easy-An-I-A." Ernie Carson's solos in particular are a constant joy.

Biografía

Nacido/a: Chicago, IL

Género: Jazz

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s

Unrecorded until 1989, Rick Fay has made up for lost time with many fine records for the Arbors label. He had worked for the Disney music department for 24 years (in California and later in Florida), played regularly at Disney World, and in freelance jobs with Wild Bill Davison, Pete Dailey, the Firehouse Five Plus Two, and others. On the many Arbors releases, Rick Fay has had the opportunity to record...
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