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Veteran Australian cornetist Bob Barnard and stride pianist John Sheridan (best known for his 23 years playing with Jim Cullum) team up for this exciting duet set. Most of the songs on their collaboration were associated with Louis Armstrong or Bing Crosby, although there are some exceptions (such as Jelly Roll Morton's "Sidewalk Blues"). Both of the musicians are heard in prime form, inspiring each other and coming up with witty and swinging ideas within the genre of pre-bop jazz. One does not miss other horns when Barnard plays, and Sheridan is a full rhythm section by himself. With such highlights as "You're Lucky to Me," "The Skeleton in the Closet," "I'm Shooting High," and "Please," this CD is easily recommended to fans of small-group swing and hot jazz.

Biographie

Né(e) : 24 novembre 1933 à Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Genre : Jazz

Années d’activité : '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

One of the great jazz trumpeters of Australia, Bob Barnard has generally favored performing trad and pre-bop jazz. The younger brother of the fine drummer Len Barnard, he started playing jazz with a family band in 1947 and was in Len's group during much of the 1947-55 period. Barnard also led his own band and, after moving to Sydney in 1957, he worked with Graeme Bell and gigged locally. Barnard first came to the U.S. in 1978, where he was a hit at the Bix Beiderbecke festival in Davenport, Iowa,...
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